Mountain Trekking in Nepal is the supreme experience which cannot be obtained in any other part of world. Nepal being the host of 8 among the 14 highest peaks in the world and also being the home nation of world’s highest mountain Mount Everest is a Himalayan nation which any trekkers in the world cannot miss for the trekking purpose. In fact, Nepal is the dream nation for the mountain trekkers who just loves hiking and trekking activities. We have specialized Annapurna and Everest Base Camp Trek.
Mountain Trekking in Nepal is one of the top trekking activity on the world. The geographical diversity, evergreen forests, valleys, rustling rivers and narrow passes are some of the plus points which makes Mountain Trekking in Nepal remarkably the top mountain trekking experience. The most important part that every trekkers while Mountain Trekking in Nepal talks about is the suitable climatic conditions and the hospitality of the people along the trekking routes.
We spent more than a decade in trekking and tours business in Nepal and have a team who are well experienced. We have focused on almost everything which are essential other than Mountain Trekking like safety standards, equipment, trekking permits etc. Our tour guides are exceptionally familiar with every nook and cranny of the trekking routes and are also trained in high altitude rescues and first aid. We have some of the best available guides in Nepal for Annapurna and Everest base Camp Trekking routes.
The view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Makalu, Cho Yuo etc.. from High Camp on the Mera peak trail is one of the most incredible views that one might experience as a mere human (ie not from a plane). I would recommend this experience for anyone looking for the unique, off beaten path beauty of our planet. I would also like to recommend Royal Mountain Trekking for Mera Peak Climbing.
Not an easy trek, but relatively accessible for people in generally good fitness shape and mental toughness.
I trekked to Tengboche Monastery from Jiri with Royal Mountain Trekking, flying back from Lukla. I’ve done this several times before as a trek leader but this time it was a private trip and it was one of the best yet. Our guide Saugat Malla was first rate and had an excellent command of English and our porters Torpey and Neptey were also extremely good. Accommodation in the lodges was of a generally high standard and some, especially The Nest in Namche and the Numbur Hotel in Lukla were outstanding. I can also warmly recommend the Apsara Boutique Hotel in Thamel Kathmandu, a real home from home. Well done Royal Mountain Trekking, I would be happy to travel with your team again.