Heartily Welcome you in Himalayan Unforgettable Adventure!                                                                                                                                                                              Draped along the greatest heights of the Himalaya, Nepal is where the ice-cold of the mountains meets the steamy heat of the Indian plains. It's a land of yaks and yetis, stupas and Sherpas and some of the best trekking on earth. The Himalaya's most sophisticated urban cultures took shape here in the three great mini-kingdoms of the Kathmandu Valley - Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur - home to a world-class artistic and architectural heritage.

It’s not just mountaineers with their hearts set on conquering Everest who fall in love with the Himalayan country of Nepal. With stunning scenery, fringed by the highest peaks on the planet, leading down to steamy jungle packed with wildlife, there’s something for everyone. The country became independent in 1923, but it was not until 1947 (the year of Indian independence) and total withdrawal of the British before Nepal achieved complete autonomy. In May 2008, the monarchy was abolished making Nepal the world’s newest republic. Nepal, situated in the Central Himalaya, has diverse physiographic zones, climatic contrasts and altitudinal variations, which provide habitats for biological species of both Indo-Malayan and Palaeoarctic realms, including endemic Himalayan flora and fauna. A total of 118 ecosystems with 75 vegetation types and 35 forest types have been identified in these realms.

Important Note:

We would like to inform you that we are improving after the earthquake. Only the old and traditional things and house have been damaged but others are same as before. So, the tourist can easily get accommodation and foods as well as stay in Guest Houses in Kathmandu and in the mountain as well.  The local community is working hard to bring it back. 
We can treks and trips in other regions easily like Everest trek, Annapurna trek, Langtang Trek, Tamang Heritage Trail, and Gosaikunda areas, You can safely travel and trek in Nepal.  In spring season for trek Clear weather with beautiful rhododendrons and mountain will make your trek really memorable. Here are some details:
Option this trail are goods. 

Langtang region there are three trails
1) Tamang Heritage Trail with  tea house open
2) Gosaikunda Helambu Trek with  tea house  open                                                                                                                                                                                                       3) Langtang Valley Trek with tea house open

You can start your trek from Tamang Heritage and end at Gosaikunda, Helambu, Sundarijal in 17 days. 
In the Langtang Valley Trek and Manaslu trek, most houses are being rebuilt in the trail.  But for this situation for  Langtang Valley Trek, we need tents for sleep and foods to have with us.

 There is all facility in another region except in Langtang valley but it will recover all.  Therefore detail  option is given below : 

1: Tamang Heritage Trail and Gosaikunda 
2: Everest region 
3: Annapurna Region
4. Ghorepani poon hill
5. Annapurna Base Camp 
6: Annapurna Circuit 

The government has provided visit opportunity in the mountain. Nepal is safe now, no more danger. Please note that all Nepali houses haven’t destroyed, unlike the broadcasts made by international media.
If you have any question information, please kindly let me know. I will do my best to help you and I hope you will be happy with the above suggestions and your trek. 

We welcome you to our beautiful country.

In the section SERVICES, you will find a myriad of trips that we have prepared for you ranging from climbing the peaks to a jungle safari. Alternatively feel free to contact us and we will draw up an itinerary together.

"Visit Nepal year' planned for 2020  :

As the government has set a target to bring in two million tourists each year by 2020, the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) has planned to organize ‘Visit Nepal Year’ in 2020 to attract more tourists to the country. More news will be unveiled soon by the Tourism Minister Jitendra Narayan Dev.

The destructive 2015 Earthquake killed around 22,000 people, and Nepal will be recovering for years to come. Many significant Monasteries, Temples, Heritage Cites and other culturally and religiously important areas were destroyed in the Earthquake. The rebuilding efforts across the country.  Nepal is a safe and welcoming country to visit, and tourism supports both the local economy and rebuilding efforts Trekking in Nepal, Nepal Trekking around the country. Himalayan Unforgettable Adventure

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