Touch The Himalaya Treks and Expedition offers treks in every region of Nepal. We use lodges and tea houses for our more classic and popular treks and bring our own camps for the remote treks. Trekking is the ultimate way to experience the beauty and culture of Nepal.
Camping Trek:
There are many rural and remote trekking destinations which offer an unforgettable journey in the rich Himalayan wilderness as well as traditional and barely unchanged Nepalese villages and communities. Trekking through these areas takes you far away from the more crowded tourist hotspots, but require a little more preparation. Our camping trek excursions provide you with the gear and services you need to trek in these regions leaving you to enjoy the magnificent surroundings. These treks take you off the beaten path and offer wholesome and tasty meals prepared by our well-trained cooks.

Teahouse Trek:
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The more popular destinations can be enjoyed by teahouse trekking, which is more economical than a camping trek. Teahouse treks are suitable for individuals or small groups, and offers perhaps more contact with local people which helps to provides insight into Nepalese culture and promote local employment. For teahouse treks, Touch The Himalaya provides you with guiding services, accommodation, and meals in the lodges which are attentively supervised by our guides.

  • Everest Region
     The Everest region is located in Sagaramatha National Park in the northeast of Nepal. Trekking through the middle hills of Solu into the higher altitudes of Khumbu and to the base of Mt Everest (Sagarmatha in Nepalese) provides an opportunity to observe and participate in the daily life of the legendary Sherpa people. The prime attraction however is Mt Everest itself standing at a height of 8848m and the national park is also home to two other eight thousanders – Lhotse and Cho Oyu – as well as several other prominent peaks above 6000m.
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  • Annapurna Region

    The diverse terrain and variety of cultures of the region north of Pokhara make each day's walk a different experience and make the area the most popular destination in the country. Four favorite treks, each with minimum of about one week and maximum of three week treks, to Kali-Gandaki basin include Manang region, Annapurna range, Jomsom and the Annapurna Sanctuary. Alpine meadows, moraines, glaciers and breathtaking views of the Annapurna range abound. The three hundred kilometer Annapurna Circuit combines the first two areas by crossing high altitude pass, Manang Thorang-La (5360 meters) and takes up to three weeks to complete

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  • Langtang Region

    A trek to the Langtang valley has to be one of the most rewarding of the short treks available anywhere in Nepal. The east-west running valley is the site of some spectacular alpine scenery as well as being a great place to meet unique people. A minimum of one week is required but trekkers are well advised to add a few extra days for acclimatization and for side trips in the valley. Along our journey you will walk through Langtang National Park. Although wildlife is never easy to spot in a forest setting, here you get the chance to see some interesting animals and birds. Among those found in the park are monkeys, musk deer, Pika and the national bird of Nepal, the colorful danphe.


    The trek is best started either from Dhunche or from Syabrubesi
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  • Manasalu Region
    Trek from the historic centre of Gorkha aftera 6-7 hrs drive from Kathmandu. The trail heads up the valley of the Budhi Gandaki River through wild and unexplored country inhabited mainly by members of the Gurung ethnic group.

    The trail circumvents interesting Manaslu peak [8156m.] crossing Larkya pass at 5100 meter and finally emerges onto the Marshyangdi river valley along the main trail of Annapurna circuit. You will have two options as where to conclude your trek.

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  • Eco-Trekking Package
    The Kathmandu Valley is indeed a unique type of valley, wearing an exotic setting. Twenty-five centuries back it stood as a titanic lake. It is completely surrounded by a tier of Green hills walls above which to the north tower the mighty snow-capped peaks during.
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  • Restricted Area Trekking
     There are many parts of Nepal into which the entry of foreigners is strictly controlled. Many treks that may be suggested on a map are in restricted areas and you either cannot get a permit for those regions or must travel with a liaison officer and pay for a special permit.
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