Many treks feature accommodation in trekking lodges….called teahouses historically in Nepal.About 85% of people who go trekking in Nepal are undertaking a tea house trek. What are they like?
One of the toughest Himalayan circuit treks and one that feels more like an expedition than "just a trek". The Dhaulagiri Circuit is serious and committed undertaking with a number of very tough trekking days at high altitude. The realm of the experienced trekker only. A journey into a true Himalayan wilderness that goes beyond the definition of spectacular. Still in this "Moving Pictures" Video you can do the whole thing in just 2 minutes!
To become a professional guide with Snow Cat Travel isn’t easy. We only choose the very best ones for our clients. All Snow Cat Travel guides are both professionally qualified and licensed by the Government of Nepal. Our Nepal guides are consummate, dedicated professionals.
Everything you need to know before you go! From the high peaks of the Himalayas to the crowded spaces of the Kathmandu Valley and the steamy jungles of the Terai, Nepal is rich in unforgettable experiences. It is home to a beautiful and varied landscape, a wealth of cultural sights, and a diverse people. Here’s everything you need to know, from the capital of Nepal to visa rules.
Simply put on a camping trek in Nepal all you need to do just about is eat, sleep and walk Yet the thought of camping high and wild in the Himalayas seems to either inspire people or send them running in search of a 5 Star hotel! Here's our FAQ's about a camping trek in the Nepal Himalaya.
Poon Hill is one of the most famous view points in the entire Himalayas. At 3210m and with just 5 days of walking, this is the ideal first time trek in Nepal to do, particularly if you're short on time too.
A unique opportunity to partake in a very special Nepal "not for profit" tour. Combining an eco-holiday with voluntourism and much, much, more. Contribute – Create – Flourish – Adventure This is a “not for profit” group tour to not only see the splendour of the Himalayas, but to also get really involved, contribute and … Continue reading GO “MAD” IN NEPAL –How you can “Make a Difference”