Nepal is a never-ending outdoor adventure playground. Home to eight of the world’s fourteen highest peaks over 8000m. and ancient cultures, Nepal is the place to visit if you are looking for adventure and a cultural experience. By trekking, you will be involved in a way you could never be in a car, bus, train or airplane. You will walk through the streets of cities and villages and past the open front doors of houses.
You will see the people at their daily tasks, the clouds forming below you and the magnificent peaks of the mountains towering over you. You can enjoy the friendliness of the people, feel the magnetism of the mountains, be at one with the country and at peace with yourself.
The rich cultural spirit that represents a unique blend of Buddhism and Hinduism, the birthplace of the Buddha, home of Mount Everest, world-class rivers, and World Heritage sites – Nepal has something for everyone. Druk Expedition, with many years of experience in this field, is proud and excited have the opportunity to share our Nepali natural world & ancient culture with you.
Trekking in Nepal is an all-season activity. It’s possible at any time of the year depending on the region. Taking advantage of the best weather, the most popular seasons are spring (February-May) and autumn (September-November). Even during the monsoon (June-August), you can trek in the rain shadow areas of Mustang, Upper Manang, and Dolpo in the north.
Lopuche Peak – 2000 USD per person
Dhaulagiri / Annapurna trek – 1300 USD per person
Chorolpa View Trekking (8 days) – 900 USD per person
Saklung Trekking (with Panorama view, from North of Nepal, Himalaya) – 600 USD per person and also possible to do jungle safari, paragliding in Pokhara, and so on.
Ghodepani Trekking (7 days) – 900 USD per person
Manaslu Trekking – 2000 USD per person
Gosaikunda Trekking – 1200 USD per person