Experience Nepal’s enchanting natural beauty, breathtaking mountain vistas and scenery, diverse wildlife, rich culture and history and warm Nepali hospitality while trekking in Nepal!

Trekking in Nepal is an adventure of a lifetime where you can walk through the vast temperate plains of Terai, hike on the sub alpine hills and scale towering snowcapped peaks.

Recognized around the world as a trekker’s paradise, Nepal is a haven for all kinds of adventure seekers, boasting easy treks lasting a few days to strenuous expeditions that can last for weeks if not months. Among the plethora of enjoyable and rewarding trails available in Nepal, the most popular ones are in Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions. While trekking in Nepal, you will pass through quaint villages, lush hills and forests, desolate mountains and icy glaciers. In doing so, you will come across countless varieties of rare flora and fauna numerous, archaic temples and monasteries, fast flowing rivers and frozen lakes and the glorious landscape. Providing an unrivaled overall experience in terms of adventure, scenery, biodiversity, culture and hospitality, trekking in Nepal is sure to leave you with precious lifelong memories.

If you are thinking of trekking in Nepal, it is recommended to visit during the spring (March - May) and autumn (September - November) seasons. While most of the treks are open all year long, these are the peak seasons for tourism, and for good reasons too. The weather, temperature and visibility will be optimal during these periods providing the ideal conditions for trekking with best possible views and experience. During monsoon or winter, caution is advised as some trails can become slippery and perilous, while others might even get blocked due to snow.

Most treks in Nepal can be performed in two ways; as tea house/lodge treks or camping treks, depending on your experience level and preference. Apart from them, homestay at local villages can be arranged on some treks.

Nepal caters to trekkers of all experience and fitness levels with the trails ranging from easy to challenging. You can find easy treks like Ghorepani Poonhill or Langtang Valley, moderate / strenuous treks like Annapurna and Everest Base camp and challenging treks like Everest Three Pass and Makalu Three Cols. Altitude sickness and AMS can be an issue, especially on the more challenging and high altitude treks. So, remember to stay hydrated, take your time to acclimatize and carry some emergency meds with you.

While trekking in Nepal, you are required to have a Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card. You will also require National Park entry permits, Climbing Permits for Trekking Peaks and Trekking Permits for restricted regions depending on the trek you’re on.

Randonnée Népal Treks has a team of experienced and caring members who are dedicated to offering excellent services to give you a memorable experience and help you explore the Himalayas in a way that no one else does. We offer quality service for some of the most reasonable prices in the industry. We have a variety of trekking packages ranging from short and easy 4-5 day treks, medium trekking of 10-14 days, and long treks and expeditions of 20 days or more. Book your trip with Randonnée Népal Treks for the best trekking experience in the Himalayas.