Trekking in Nepal
Luxury Trekking Holidays in Nepal
With eight of the world’s highest mountains lying within Nepal’s borders, it’s no wonder that it’s a hikers paradise. However, it’s not only mountain ranges that attract walkers; there are Kathmandu’s exotic markets, maze-like backstreets and expanses of countryside to explore. Along the way, Sherpa villages come dotted with teahouses, prayer flags and rivers on one side, and rice terraces on the other. If you’re looking for a luxury trekking holiday, our Travel Designers can create a tailor-made itinerary for you.
Close to the Annapurna mountain range is Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city. This is a great base for hikers to start their journey to the Annapurna Conservation Area – the largest and first conservation area in Nepal. Or go from mountain ranges to jungle-like nature reserves at Chitwan National Park where nothing quite beats the early morning landsacpe.
Of course, if the world’s highest mountain is on your travel bucket list, this is where you’ll find the South Base Camp of Mount Everest.