Trekking in the Everest or Khumbu region of Nepal is a real bucket list adventure. Most treks go to Kala Patthar at over 5,000m which is the best viewpoint for Mount Everest with some treks including other areas such as Gokyo or trekking peaks such as Mera or Island Peak. The options are endless!
Classic treks and treks to summit peaks.
Explore the lesser travelled trails of Nepal, on a fully guided adventure in the Annapurna region, which avoids the more popular routes, in search of an authentic and traditional Himalayan adventure.
Take on the toughest Everest Base Camp trek, navigating high altitude mountain passes on a fully guided Himalayan adventure, a trek for connoisseurs of adventures on foot.
Climb the highest trekking peak in Nepal, the 6476m high Mera Peak, a huge undertaking with supreme rewards and feelings of accomplishment on a fully guided Himalayan adventure.
Hike the majestic Himalayas, without the need to undergo acclimatisation to deal with high altitude. Whilst remaining at a relatively low level, experience the best of the mountain scenery in Nepal.
Follow in the footsteps of all the Everest summiteers on this trek to Everest Base Camp, one of the world’s great iconic walks, and stay in traditional lodges en route.
Trek to the top of Poon Hill, possibly the best viewpoint in Nepal, giving a real taste of the Himalaya with those classic picture-perfect views. Ideal for novice trekkers or those short on time.
Embark on an unforgettable guided trek to Everest Base Camp. Offering a more budget friendly alternative for intrepid hikers who want guided trekking in the footsteps of Everest summiteers.
Climbing the Himalayan mountain of Island Peak at over 6,000m is an incredible experience for the adventurous trekker and takes in Everest Base Camp on route up the Khumbu Valley.
All the best of Himalayan trekking with stunning scenery and fascinating culture. A superb introduction to trekking in Nepal, fully guided and ideal for those short on time.
The Gokyo route to Everest Base Camp is tougher than the standard route and ideal for the more experienced trekker. It's a circular route which avoids the crowds with lodge accommodation, not camping.
Trek one of the most iconic mountain trails in the world in the heart of the Nepal Himalaya with its spectacular gorges, suspension bridges, majestic peaks and magical landscapes.