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Annapurna Region Trek

Annapurna Region Trek

Annapurna Region gains its name from Mount. Annapurna, which is the 10th highest mountain in the world. Annapurna is a series of peaks in the Himalaya, a 55-km-long Massif whose highest point, Annapurna I, stands at 8,091 m (26,538 ft). It is located east of a great gorge cut through the Himalaya by the most famous river, Kali Gandaki and which separates it from the Mount Dhaulagiri. Annapurna is a Sanskrit name which is translated as Goddess of the Harvests. In Hinduism, Annapurna is a goddess of fertility and agriculture. The Region, Annapurna is surrounded by many Himalayan ranges which include the Annapurna range, Dhaulagiri and Machhapuchhre – the famous fish-tail mountain that dominates the skyline above Pokhara. In addition this area possesses the Kali Gandaki, the worlds deepest gorge.

The Region Annapurna is famous for trekking. In this region there are awe-inspiring trekking routes likes Jomsom Muktinath, Annapurna Sanctuary (which is also called Annapurna Base Camp), Annapurna Circuit etc. About two-thirds of the trekkers who came to Nepal visit Annapurna region every year. The area is easily accessible, hotels in the hills are plentiful, and treks here offer good scenery of both high mountains and lowland villages. In this Region there is one project known as ACAP (Annapurna conservation Area Project). ACAP was established in 1986 under the guidance of the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation. The project covers the whole Annapurna range, more than 7600 sq km. In an inventive advance to environmental protection, it was declared a “conservation area” instead of a national park. A large number of people live within the protected region.

Annapurna Conservation Area offers varieties of flora and fauna form sub tropical to alpine and you will grace by the heart touching blossoming rhododendron on your way to trek. This region is also the home to copious wildlife like pika, blue sheep, snow leopards, tigers and Himalayan thar. Multiplicity of birds including multi –colored Impheyan, koklas and blood pheasants, offer you their natural beauty. In this region you will encounter with the Gurungs and Thakali people whose unique culture and tradition makes you surprise. You will experience how friendly and open hearted these people are, and you can get a taste of their lifestyle by staying in their house and knowing their way of living and their culture and tradition.

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Bardia Jungle Safari

Bardia Jungle Safari

The Bardia National Park is the largest and most undisturbed protected area in the terai and is the home to the endangered Royal Bengal tiger and Nepal’s famous one-horned rhinoceros. It is situated in the mid far western Terai, east of the Karnali River of the country. About 70% of the land is covered with forest with the balance a mixture of grassland and riverrine forest. You will reach here three hours by jeep (95km) from Nepalgunj which is one hour ten minutes by air or 531km by road from Kathmandu.

The famous park offers 30 different mammals, more than 250 species of birds, and several verities of reptiles and water animals. Some of the other animals found here are elephant, swamp deer, blackbuck, gharial crocodile and marsh mugger crocodile. The exotic Gangetic Dolphin is also sometimes seen in river Karnali. The activities done here are Jungle safari on elephant back, jungle walk, boat ride, jeep drive etc.

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Best Selling Trips

Best Selling Trips

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Bhutan Festival Tours

Bhutan Festival Tours

The history of the Kingdom of Bhutan is shaped by religion and religion continues to play an important role in the lives of the god fearing and spiritual people. Religious festivals are the real exhibits of Bhutanese culture which are celebrated throughout the country and occurring in a host of diverse forms, depending upon the scale, the nature of the ceremonies performed or the particular deity being revered.

The best known being Tshechus, a festival to honor Guru Rinpoche which is celebrated annually in or around all the monasteries and the great ‘Dzongs’ – fortress, attracting both foreign visitors and a large number of people alike from surrounding districts. The festival lasts for several days with the center focus being the series of prayers and religious dances. These dances, made especially striking by the spectacular costumes of the dancers – bright silks and rich brocade, orange hats or extraordinary masks- may either depict morality tales, invoke protection from demonic spirits or proclaim Buddhist victories and the glory of remarkable saints. The festival is also a social gathering for the Bhutanese families.

Besides Tshechus many other colorful festivals are celebrated in Punakha when the weather will already be warm during early spring, as well as Wangdi festival in Autumn and Trongsa festival during the middle of winter. Primarily the festivities consist of masked dances, chanting, blessing or reading religious texts aloud and last two or three days.

The Punakha Dromchoe, which is celebrated either before or after the Tsechu, is performed to commemorate victory over the Tibetans when they invaded in the 17th century.

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Biking in Bhutan

Biking in Bhutan

Bhutan, besides being rich in it’s culture and traditions, is a mountainous country so it’s one stop destination for any cycling enthusiast exploring it’s mountainous terrains. Most of the winding roads of Bhutan go dramatically up and down with exhilarating drops of thousands of meters, and there’s always a challenges of crossing over high mountains passes of over 3,000 meters. The high routes often passes through mixed forests, pasturelands, rich meadows and hills dotted with age-old villages and towns rich in culture. Ride through and discover the prominent cities and towns of Bhutan like the colorful Paro, the tiny capital – Thimphu and the ancient capital city of Punakha including Trongsa, Bumthang, Gangtey, Ura Valley, Haa Valley and Phobijikha Valley, considered the most beautiful valleys in Bhutan. The choices are from easy to adventurous trails backed up by the professional supporting staff at all times. Mountain biking is slowly gaining it’s popularity ever since the government opened up the country for tourism. It’s like taking a breath of fresh air when biking in Bhutan.

The west-east highways of Bhutan (approx. 600 kms) are a challenging route that passes along several mountain passes over 3,000 meters. You will feel the adreline rush cycling down the highway winding up and down with the drops of thousands of feet. There will be a dramatic change in the flora and fauna and temperature while gradually descending, from the alpine heights into the temperate regions of the east. Biking in Bhutan certainly is a different experience discovering Bhutan ancient culture and witnessing majestic views of the snow-capped mountains.

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Bungee Jumping

Bungee Jumping

If you are looking for the most spectacular jump on the planet, then the ultimate bungee jump over the Bhote Koshi River in Nepal will fulfill the desire. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhoti Koshi River gorge on the Nepal/Tibet border is the longest free-fall in the world. Bungee Jump is the fastest growing adventure sports all over the world, which is yet the safest but the scariest. The overall procedures for the jump meets international standards as it is designed, constructed and operated by very experienced Kiwis to guarantee the safety of the valued jumpers.

The ultimate bungee spot is just four hours drive from Kathmandu on a single lane road built by Chinese along the Bhote Koshi River. The site is located on the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway within 12km of the Tibet Border and the famous Friendship Bridge.

The Gorge
Cross Culture Trekking takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River.

The Bridge
Swiss designed, especially for bungee jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41,500kg or 4.5 tonnes. Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge which is so far known as the longest suspension bridge in Nepal. The bridge joins two sides of a great valley.

THE BUNGY JUMPING PACKAGE IS AVAILABLE ALL SEVEN DAYS A WEEK.

If you want more information or want to request an itinerary, please feel free to contact us. Please make sure you to list the requirements for the trip. Also you can inquire about adding other services like rafting, mountain biking, sightseeing etc to the ultimate bungee trip.

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Chitwan Jungle Safari

Chitwan Jungle Safari

Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1979. This park is situated in southern central Nepal, covering 932 sq.km covered with deciduous forests overlooking the floodplains of Narayani, Rapti and Reu rivers. The park headquarters at Kasara is 21 km drive from Bharatpur which is 20 minutes by air or 146 km by road from Kathmandu. In this park there are many Resorts hotels and lodge to accommodate.

This famous park offers a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and water animals of several kinds. The highlights of this park are the 500 Asian one-horned rhinoceros and some hundred nocturnal Royal Bengal tigers that live in the dense forests of the park. You will discover a lost world of towering trees and twisting vines, of pre-historic rhino and lumbering elephants, crocodile, python and deer; brilliantly colored birds and if you are fortunate – the superb Royal Bengal Tiger. Sharing home with these are other animals like rhesus monkey, grey langur, deer, leopards and wild cats etc. Another most important factor adding to the chitwan experience is the colorful Tharu Culture, their way of living, culture and tradition and heart touching Tharu Dance. Here you will do many activities likes Jungle Safari on elephant back, jungle walk, canoe ride, jeep drive etc.

Activities while doing Jungle Safari

Village Tour – into the villages to learn about new culture and traditions.
Elephant Safari – thick jungles awaits you to explore wild animals.
Nature Walk (or also known as Jungle walk)
Cultural Program – watch programs consisting of traditional (folk) dance and songs.
Birds Watching.
Other Services – have a go for splendid boating and canoeing experience in the rivers and ponds.
Accommodation – stay where the action is. Get the lodges or resorts at the place where Safari begins and ends.
Observe the unique life style of local people.
Visit the local surrounding near your safari place.
Things needed to bring while doing Jungle Safari

Binoculars
Flashlight
Insect repellent
A jacket or sweater from November through February
Lightest clothing with sunglasses and hats from April onwards
Pants should be worn during elephant rides
Bright colors such as red and white should be avoided since those colors have been known to upset the rhinos
Comfortable walking shoes are essential
Summer months require cool clothes
Good walking shoes
Shady hat
Sunscreen
Make sure your clothes are in colors-like brown and green
If you are closer to the monsoon months, carry some waterproof jackets and an extra pair of shoes
During the warmer months swimming suits are recommended

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Cultural Tours

Cultural Tours

Nepal being the paradise for the highest mountains on earth, the country has an extremely rich cultural and natural heritage displayed all around like an open museum. We have designed our Nepal cultural holiday package incorporating all the cultural highlights along with Natural beauties that Nepal does unleashes. Holy pilgrimage sites, historical monuments and UNESCO world heritage sites reflect richness of Nepal culture variations in Nepal cultural tour.

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Day Tours

Day Tours

Day tour in Nepal is single day tour package inside/outside the Kathmandu and Pokhara valley. Our day tours are suitable for those who are limited by time, but want to do private tour to explore and experience the taste of Nepalese culture, history and natural beauty. You will visit UNESCO Word Heritage Sites, National Parks, Hill Stations, Villages, Farming lands and other different interesting places during your day tour.

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Everest Region Trek

Everest Region Trek

Everest region is famous for trekking as well as peak climbing. The prominent magnetism of this area is the majestic mountains, the high mountain villages, the isolated monasteries, and the local Sherpa peoples. This area includes the highest mountain in the world, Everest at 8848m. as measured by the height of its summit above sea level. The mountain, which is part of the Himalaya range in High Asia, is located on the border between Nepal and Tibet, China, and many of the world’s 8000m peaks such as Lhotse, Cho Oyu, and Makalu. Nearness to the Everest region requires either a week’s walk or a flight to Lukla.

Everest regions become the demanding trekking destination for its fascinating natural scenery and it boasts many more spectacular and beautiful mountains, as well as some of the most rewarding trekking route not found anywhere in the world. Because of rewarding and unique Sherpa villages and monasteries, this region gets it popularity all over the world. The main goal of many Everest trekkers is the Everest Base Camp at an elevation of about 5340m. From Everest Base Camp you will have the spectacular views of Mount Everest. Kalapattar is the best place to observe the panoramic view of Mount Everest.

The must-see place of this region is Sagarmatha National Park spreading 1,148 square kilometers, which is the gift of nature and the home of a rich cultural heritage The Park is also the home to the world renowned mountains-climbing people, the Sherpa’s. From this area you will observe some of Nepal’s gushing Himalayan Rivers. The snow clad mountains and various glaciers of this region touch the heart and imagination of everyone. The prominent glaciers are Khumbu, Lhotse, Imja, Ngozunba and Nangpa which are the remarkable jewels of this area. In this region, you will found much interesting wildlife including the Himalayan Tahr, ghoral, musk deer, pikka (mouse hare), weasel, jackal and others. Birds found in this region are the Impeyan Pheasant (danphe), blood pheasant, red billed chough, yellow billed chough, snow cock, snow pigeon, Himalayan griffon and lammergeyer. The kind and warm hearted people of this region welcome you with their deep smile and you will explore the unique culture tradition of the local people.

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Family Friendly Treks

Family Friendly Treks

Family Friendly Treks are easy hikes organized relatively at the lower altitudes where a family with children can also go for a Himalayan trek in the mountains. The trek days will be shorter and the trekking trails are also not strenuous and challenging good enough for any family planning a not so difficult but an enjoyable trek in the Himalayas.

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Family Tours

Family Tours

Nepal family tours have been specially designed for families who want to see the spectacular scenery in Nepal, to experience and learn about the local culture, and to enjoy some adventurous activities. We always run these tours on a private basis or as part of a group of families so that you dont feel left out or out of place. Although these tours are less physically demanding than our standard tours, they do include re is always the option to add more adventures activities for the older children.

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Honeymoon Tour

Honeymoon Tour

Honeymoon tours are specially designed for the newlywed couples planning their honeymoon holidays. Nepal is the perfect destination for honeymooning to find peace and serenity and togetherness for any couples in it’s natural wonders, majestic mountains and also discover some new Nepalese culture and traditions. Honeymoon packages visits some of the best places around the Himalayan Kingdom such as the natural paradise ‘Pokhara’, pristine wildlife of Chitwan or simply watch the day to day life of busy Kathmandu city and explore it’s ancient landmarks. Even better drive towards hill-station with some great Himalayan views and peacful environment like ‘Nagarkot’ just a stone throw away from Kathmandu. These tours are carefully designed for those who are bounded by time but still wish to have the time of their life and taking back home unforgettable memories to cherish for the rest of their lives.

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Langtang Region Trek

Langtang Region Trek

Langtang is the popular trekking region in Nepal which lies to the North of Kathmandu and bordering Tibet. Most of the area of Langtang region is protected by Langtang National Park which also includes the high and panoromic peak Langtang Lirung (7246m). The most popular National park contains different kind of flora and fauna from sub tropical to alpine. Most of the areas of this park are forested and you will find varities of endangered wildlife.

The main ethnic groups of this region are Sherpa’s and Tamangs whose religion, culture, languages and dress are similar to that of the Tibetan people. Wild dog, red panda, pika, muntjac, musk deer, Himalayan black bear, Himalayan thar, ghoral, serow, rhesus monkey, common langur, snow leopard are the animals found in this park. Birds found here include hawks, hoopoe, cuckoos, barbets, owls, and night jars, laughing thrushes, black-capped sibias, red-billed, minvet. The flora includes sky blue gentians, epiphytic orchids and primroses.

Access to this region is easy and quick. Sundarijal, which is one of the most suitable starting points, is an hour’s drive from Kathmandu. For Langtang you have to drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche in Rasuwa district. The road then continues to Syabrubesi from where Ganesh Himal and Langtang treks can start. Hindu pilgrimage site and popular tourist place Gosainkunda also lies in this region which can be reached from either of the two routes. Every year many Hindu pilgrims visit this place to worship the lord Shiva. During full moon time in August many pilgrims from Nepal as well as India visit to this place. Other famous Lakes adjoining it are: Saraswoti, Bhairav, Sourya, Ganesh Kunda etc. Buses leave regularly from the Balaju Bypass every day.

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Manaslu Region Trek

Manaslu Region Trek

Manaslu trekking is geographically and culturally fascinating. Unlike other parts of Nepal, Manaslu is a very fine trekking destination which offers great mountain scenery, Tibetan culture, astonishing glacier lakes, old monasteries, dominant ethnic groups, typical Nepalese houses, green forest full of pines, oaks, rhododendrons bamboo and fascinating flora and fauna.

The Manaslu area really incorporates everything Nepal has to offer to make a rewarding and worthwhile trekking area.

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Mountain Flights

Mountain Flights

The Everest Mountain Flight is an exclusive flight over the world’s tallest mountain ranges and a lifetime unforgettable experience. The flight takes it’s participants deep into the Himalayas, flying into the valleys closer to the rock face, and as closer as five nautical miles from Mt. Everest itself. Witness the great snow-capped peaks with all it’s the glory which is truly stunning, raw, undiluted and majestic. For anyone not having physical requirements or due to time constraints, Everest Flight is the right choice, besides especially for those who don’t want to leave Nepal without witnessing the scared and majestic Himalayas. Viewing the panoramic Himalayas onboard is another experience altogether and that too flying out from Kathmandu in a matter of minutes and within the safety and comfort of Beech Craft 1900D.

During the Everest flight first passengers will come across the peaks straight towards the north of the Kathmandu Valley starting with the 8013m high Shisha Pangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, which is actually located in Tibet, a few kilometers from the border. Then comes a series of several smaller peaks beginning with Dorje Lakpa (6966m) which looks like figure eight and is located on the eastern edge of Langtang National Park, followed by Phurbi Ghyachu (6637m) on its right, the 5970m Choba Bhamare which remains unconquered, Gauri Shankar (7134m) named after Lord Shiva and his consort, Melungtse (7181m) all part of the Rolwaling range. Mountain Flight is enjoyed by thousands around the year, and through our experience; we would strongly recommend from February to April and October to December as the ideal time to enjoy the Everest flights.

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Multi Country Tours

Multi Country Tours

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Mustang Region Trek

Mustang Region Trek

Mustang is an ancient Himalayan Kingdom which lies in the northern central part of Nepal and at the top of the Kaligandaki River. Upper Mustang consists of two distinct regions: the southern part and the northern where the languages, culture and traditions are alike to those of the Tibetan people. This area is consider as one of the most interesting and picturesque places in Nepal. The whole area has an isolated and mystical feel to it, enchanting and inspiring visitors to this region.

The trek to Mustang is through high altitude desert country climbing in and out of the huge sided valley of the Kali Gandaki. In places the gorge which the Kali Gandaki River runs through is the deepest in the world. This region is full of some of Nepal’s oldest Buddhist Monasteries, ancient and isolated villages with quaint white washed houses.

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Nepal Adventure Tours

Nepal Adventure Tours

Nepal Adventure tour is a tailor made package to take in the excitement of rafting and the jungle adventure on offer at Chitwan National Park. It gives you a great chance to explore the nature, culture, and history of Nepal. It also gives you the chance to visit some of the best tourist sites on offer around Kathmandu, Pohkara & Chitwan. This is a great package for families traveling with children, Student groups & Adventure lovers.

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Nepal Helicopter Tours

Nepal Helicopter Tours

The Heli tours are most suitable to those who can’t afford their time by taking day’s long treks to remote places to get close to the majestic Himalayas. Heli tours are also suitable for the pilgrims to Muktinath, Gosainkunda, Pathibhara, Lumbini & Kailash. Even those who have already taken their field works of trekking in the rugged mountains may delight to see their routes from the air.

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Nepal Jungle Safari

Nepal Jungle Safari

Not only does Nepal offer glorious mountain trekking and raging river rafting, but it also has a fine selection of pristine national parks. A Jungle Safari in Nepal can be a very exciting experience. You can trek into the jungle by foot with an experienced tracker, by elephant back, by dugout canoe or by jeep. A safari in Nepal is a fun filled package ideal for anyone. The national parks offer a range of accommodations from lush resorts to basic tent style. The resorts make a package for you that included everything from your sleeping arrangements to meals to days full of activity.

Means Nature walk or Jungle walk overlooking or observing the enthralling beauty of Jungle vicinity. Actuality jungle walks bestow close-up chance to analyze different categories of animals as well as observe their track, sign and sounds. The most gripping and attention-grabbing program offered by Nepal not found elsewhere in the world is regard as jungle safari. In Nepal, you will discover the ideal situation of viewing the jungle scenery, birds and animals and the indigenous local people, their colorful tradition, unique dress and languages.

Nepal attracts visitors from all over the world for jungle safari in the Terai region. In fact, a visit to the jungle involves game-stalking by a variety of means-: foot, dugout, canoe, jeep, elephant back etc. Far beyond one’s imagination, a jungle safari in Nepal offers one of the finest experiences and opportunities to see a variety of wildlife, flora and fauna species. Going on a jungle safari is a great way to relax after trekking any time of year except the monsoon season is a good time to visit the national parks.

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Nepal Luxury Tours

Nepal Luxury Tours

Nepal Luxury tours is discovering Nepal in an elegant way, staying at the finest hotels, traveling with the best methods available and with the great attention given to your holiday and with best service. Nepal is the popular travel destination with wide range of tours, treks and many adventure activities on the list. The high mountain trails offer a great opportunity for trekking in the Himalayas where the Everest region being the most popular. Likewise, many palaces, Hindu temples, Buddhist stupas inside the ancient Kathmandu Valley are considered UNESCO World Heritage Sites where one can have an enlightening sightseeing experience to know more about Nepal’s culture and traditions, art and architectures. One can have a relaxing jungle safari at the Chitwan National Park located in the Terai plains. And Nepal is also the birth place of Lord Buddha in Lumbini. Visit to all of these places offers a great insight into Nepal and there are some finest hotels, resorts, lodges for accommodations in these places. If you wish to explore the high mountain trails without the hassle of physical trek or have limited time but still wish to be in the high Himalayan locations like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp then there’s an option of helicopter tours for flying in/out to such locations. Or you can also do it as half trekking, staying at the finest lodges on the trail, and fly back to Kathmandu by helicopter in the places like Everest, Annapurna, Mustang, Muktinath. Nepal luxury tour is witnessing the Himalayan country with a taste of what the best Nepal has to offer.

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Nepal Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak Climbing

Nepal Peak climbing is one of the most adventurous activities in the Himalayan terrain of Nepal. Peak climbing in Nepal has become a passionate adventure treat for trekkers and mountaineers around the globe ever since the country first opened the door to the climber back in 1949. The historic and successful attempt to conquer the highest peak of the world, Mt. Everest in 1953 by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay inspired the climbers and trekkers to scale and climb some of the majestic peaks of Nepal. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) is the main body that issues the trekking permits for the peak climbing expedition in Nepal. Nepal boasts of having eight of the world’s highest fourteen peaks over 8000m, including the highest of all Mt. Everest. There are numerous other trekking peaks between 5000m and 6500m. NMA has designated 33 of Nepal’s peaks as trekking peaks. Some peaks may offer an easy trekking adventure but some are categorized as strenuous and difficult. Breakfree Adventures has a long history of successfully operating peak climbing expeditions to numerous trekking destinations of Nepal. We have a pool of highly experienced trekking experts, guides, porters, kitchen crews and other support staff who would always strive to make the Himalayan adventure a truly successful one. We are a full-fledged trekking agency and we value the needs and demands of our clients. We invite you to explore our website and choose your ideal peak climbing destination for collecting a lifetime adventure experience in the Himalayan terrain. Our itineraries are designed by highly professional experts and Sherpa guides and make sure that your adventure in the Himalayas becomes truly a memorable one!

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Nepal River Rafting

Nepal River Rafting

You know that Nepal is home to eight out of fourteen highest peaks in the world, but did you know that Nepal is also called world’s second largest country in terms of water resources? Nepal three great River Systems, i. e. the Kosi(or SaptaKosi) River, the Narayani River (Gandak River), and the Karnali River originate in Tibet from glaciers & lakes, flow down south through deep gorges, and after overflowing and irrigating the Terai plains flow toward Ganges in India. Each of these mighty rivers have seven major tributaries – the tributaries themselves no less ferocious. For example the famous Bhote Kosi or Sun Kosi Rivers are the two tributaries among the seven of the SaptaKosi River.

Adventurous souls recently discovered that some of the thousands of roaring rivers in Nepal offer a variety of white water sports. Rafting, Kayaking, & sightseeing along the river course from the Himalayas to the Terai plain have become popular activities among those yearning for adventure, nature, & cultural insights.

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Nepal Summer Treks

Nepal Summer Treks

Nepal summer treks are also good which is a bit off-tourist-season when trekking trails won’t be crowded as in the main tourist season. It’s a monsoon period in the summer season in Nepal, so the weather will be hot and humid. Trekking is actually possible in the rain-shadow areas like Mustang which receives less rainfall compared to other parts of the country.

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Nepal Village Trekking

Nepal Village Trekking

Village Trek allow visitors to experience a stay in a typical Nepal village. You will get to stay in home of the villagers and during your stay, you will get delicious local food and drink and comfortable accommodation provided by your host family. You are get a chance to interact with the villagers and g et to know their culture, tradition and way of life first hand beside, you will be contributed directly to the welfare of the village which is directly beneficial for local peoples. Village tours are conducted in Sirubari, Gorkha, Dhading and many more.

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Nepal Winter Treks

Nepal Winter Treks

Trekking during winter in Nepal is quite possible though you definitely need to pack warm clothes. One benefit trekking at this time of the year is the trails are not crowded and the weather is also incredibly clearer with great views as you get higher.

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Nepal Yoga Trek

Nepal Yoga Trek

Yoga is a considerably important exercise to keep the balance of our body and mind. Daily meditations, yoga, stretching, massage helps in fulfilling physical exercise of strengthening and opening the mind while trekking. And daily walks for 4-5 hrs make a complete exercise. In addition, Nepal’s Himalayas are such an ideal locations for achieving the goals of Yoga which you can’t find in other places. Yoga helps to revitalize the hidden energies by freeing the mind. Through yoga, you can gain techniques of breathing in high altitude and a safe journey is assured with healthy physical and mental conditions. The combination of Yoga and trekking creates happy and fruitful journeys and overcoming Nepal’s tough high altitude hills and mountains. Thus, trekking in Nepal and practicing yoga is a unique opportunity for every adventure enthusiast.

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Off the Beaten Path

Off the Beaten Path

Off the beaten paths treks is to witness remote and un-spoilt locations of Nepal which are less touristic. Such treks are great mountain journeys into the wilderness and ideal for those trekking enthusiasts who are up for adventure and challenging hikes. Most of the times, facilities of lodges are not available in these trekking trails where a fully camping trek has to be organized. But it is the exclusive and traditional way of trekking that too in the high Himalayas where several world’s tallest mountains are located. Off the beaten path trekking trails goes to diverse landscapes and terrains from lowlands to hidden valleys, lush green woodlands, high mountain passes, raging ice-cold Himalayan rivers, frozen lakes, glaciers, dry barren lands, way past ancient monasteries and age-old villages. People living in these far and remote lands have their own unique culture and traditions which is another interesting feature of the off the beaten path treks where one gets to witness new culture and traditions. These high mountain people have beautifully preserved their age-old culture and their daily lifestyles haven’t changed much from the early times. It can be felt even more witnessing their festivals or spotting the ancient monasteries, shrines, Chortens scattered all over the trekking trails. En-route, one gets rewarded with high mountain panorama of some of the world’s highest Himalayan series like Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Mt. Makalu (8,481m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163m). These treks passes through protected areas and national parks abundant with varied floras and faunas, some of them include Makalu Barun National Park, Manaslu Conservation Area, Rara National Park, Langtang National Park. Off the beaten path treks certainly is a different kind of trekking experience in the Himalayas compared to the popular trails like Everest, Annapurna and are the hidden jewels of Nepal.

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Short and Easy Trek

Short and Easy Trek

For Trekkers with no previous trekking experience and seeking a short and relatively easy trekking at warmer and lower elevation, we offer a diverse range of easy trek in a Warmer, lower elevations, there are a few options available, although these former treks have been modified by new roads, making them more suitable as day hike areas.

Normally, in this trek you’ll be walking not more then 6-7 hour a day. Although this trek does not take you to high altitude, it provides a very nice opportunity to see the beautiful mountain of Nepal. It provides a good introduction to Nepalese rural life. This is ideal for people who can not afford a long duration trek or do not wish to undertake a strenuous.

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Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing Tours

Nepal, a country with diverse people and language, rich cultural heritage, finest art & architecture and different land formations, makes the most amazing and interesting location for sightseeing. Nepal is considered one of the best sightseeing destinations among tourists globally. On top of that the people here are hospital-able, ever smiling and helpful. Nepal’s two principle religion is Hinduism and Buddhism besides other religions followed by different ethnic groups. Nepal is thus known as the multi-religious country with numerous God & Goddess depicting the deep faith of the people. The Kathmandu Valley alone has seven UNESCO world heritage sites besides many other temples, stupas, monasteries and shrines. Kathmandu City is also known as city of temples. The valley of Kathmandu has three major cities – Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur. Some of the major sites inside the Kathmandu Valley are Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath- Monkey Temple, Boudhanath- all of them being world heritage sites.

Besides, another name that connects Nepal with rest of the world is Lord Buddha. Lumbini is the birth place of Buddha and the city is about 180 km away from Kathmandu City. Visit to Lumbini alone is a tranquil and serene feeling. Major sites in Lumbini includes the birth place of Buddha, Maya Devi Temple, Scared Pond, King Ashok’s Pillar and many other monasteries & shrines erected by different Buddhist nations. Pokhara is the beautiful lakeside town in Nepal blessed by many natural wonders. It is also called ‘city of lakes’ and popular for spectacular Himalayan views. Fewa Lake, Begnas Lake, Gupteshwor Cave, Davis Fall, Tibetan Camp are the major tourist attractions of Pokhara. Pokhara is also the centre point for most of the trekking going to the Annapurna region. Towards the plains of Nepal popularly known as ‘Terai’ is the sub-tropical jungle and there exits the Chitwan National Park. With a total area of 932 sq. km, the park shelters many wild animals and mammals like deer, monkeys, crocodiles, leopards, Royal Bengal Tiger, elephants to name a few. Different species of butterflies, birds and wide range of flora & fauna can be found here. Nepal is the Himalayan Kingdom with over eight of the fourteen world’s highest mountains are located inside the country, so magnificent views of snow-capped mountains are regular sites here. There are many Himalayan vantage points from where spectacular panorama can be spotted. One such point is ‘Nagarkot’ which is about an hour’s drive from Kathmandu city and very popular for witnessing the Himalayas (including Mt. Everest if he day is clear). Sightseeing tour in Nepal is certainly an activity never to be missed and be at some of the world’s amazing places plus witness the age-old culture and tradition and be closer to the natural world.

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Tours in Bhutan

Tours in Bhutan

Bhutan, an independent kingdom in the eastern Himalayas, is the last bastion of Tibetan Buddhist culture and religion in its purest form. Often also known as the Land of Thundering Dragon, it’s a mystical place rich in natural beauty of the fascinating Himalayas and the remote monasteries and spiritual temples. Although Bhutan opened up for tourism in the late 70’s, it has managed to minimize the effect of the outside influences and virtually untouched, be it environmentally, religiously and in architecture and lifestyle too. Thus, it is considered as a traveler’s paradise. Various tours are on offer in Bhutan which is filled with fun and excitement taking you to its open landscapes, beautiful mountains and visits to artistic cultural temples and monuments. Plus you get to know more about rich Buddhist culture, ancient Buddhist traditions and many more customs and traditions still practiced today. Breakfree Adventures offers you different such packages for your trip to Bhutan; all you need to do is choose one of them as per your interest and traveling time frame. No Matter which tour you select, it will be an enjoyable and fascinating experience.

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Tours in Nepal

Tours in Nepal

Nepal is one of the most gorgeous countries in the world, Nepal stands bordered by China in the north and by India in the south, east and west. Though the country is not very large, it boasts of a diverse topography, which ranges from Terai in the south to the Himalayas in the north. In fact, Nepal is home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the whole world. Its awe-inspiring locales stand in beautiful contrast to its ancient temples and monasteries. Nepal is one of the preferred destinations for those coming to Asia on holiday tours.

The vast diversity of the people, their culture, language and traditions will intrigue everyone. The two predominant religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, are ever present, with a huge variety of gods and goddesses, numerous temples, stupas and monasteries, and depict the deep faith of the people. The panoramic mountain scenery and a vista of beautiful landscapes will enchant you and make your visit one of the most romantic and memorable ones you have ever experienced.

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Tours in Tibet

Tours in Tibet

Tibet, the land of mysticism and once isolated from the rest of the world, is a dream destination for any avid traveler or adventure seeker. The World’s highest mountain, Mt. Everest (8,848m), abruptly stands in Tibet at the Nepal-Tibet border including other greater Himalayan ranges in which four mountains exceeding above 8,000 meters and other thirty-eight exceeding more than 7,000 meters. There are over 1,500 lakes in Tibet as well as great green valleys and the vast Tibetan plateau covering over 1.23 million Sq. km area lined to the south by the 2500 km long Himalayas and to the west by Karakoram. Thus, the land is considered as ‘Roof of the World’. Since it remained a hidden sanctuary from the western world for many years, Tibet opened up it’s doors for travel during the mid 1980’s and travel to Tibet became a prime tourist interest globally. With passing of time and an amazing opportunity to explore the newer hidden territories of the remote world, tour to Tibet gained more popularity among the keen travelers and holiday makers alike. Despite the modernization and the rapid global urbanization, Tibet has succeed in retaining it’s authenticity and preserve their culture and tradition. Age old monasteries, Gompas, beautiful temples, ancient market places, amazing turquoise lakes still amazes any travelers in Tibet.

The popular tourist destination in Tibet is the capital city, Lhasa itself, besides other locations like Everest Base Camp, Mt. Kailash & Lake Mansarover, Yamdrok Lake, Lake Namtso and other rural towns and cities with age old monasteries, temples, stupas. Lhasa is located on the banks of Kyichu River at an elevation of 3650 meters and Lhasa literally meaning ‘Place of Gods’ has a history of over 1300 years. UNESCO World Heritage Site ‘Potala Palace’ is located in Lhasa including other major cultural and religious landmarks such as Jokhang Temple, Norbulinka, Ramoche Temple, Sera Monastery, Barkhor Market. Tibet Overland is the most popular tour to Tibet starting from Nepal and ending at Lhasa in which overland drive passing along the great Tibetan plateau winding along the Nepal-Tibet Highway through various rural Tibetan towns and cities to ultimately arrive at Lhasa. Or this program can also be reversed with flying into Lhasa first then driving back to Nepal. Besides, other shorter tours with flying in & out of Lhasa are also very well liked.

Besides, Tibet boosts other exciting and adventurous tours such as visit to the base camp of the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest. Likewise, tour to holy Mt. Kailash and the Lake Mansarover, Tibet cultural tour and there are many among the list to choose from. Tour to Tibet is for those who are up for undaunted experience plus witnessing age old culture and tradition of this exotic land.

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Trekking in Bhutan

Trekking in Bhutan

Bhutan is a country still untouched by modernization and with it’s splendid scenic beauty, lofty mountains and deep valleys, there are hoards of trekking opportunities. For any adventure seeker trekking in this Himalayan Kingdom is an amazing experience, hiking in it’s rich natural habitats and at the same time meeting the indigenous people and get to know their culture first hand. It is slightly different experience if compared to trekking in Nepal where you meet every other trekker round the bend. A person may walk for several days before sighting a village here.

Bhutan is one of the most exclusive and exceptional destinations for any enthusiastic travelers. The land is thinly populated with scattered settlements and from dense forest of sub-tropical jungles to the alpine shrubs coupled up with a wide spectrum of Himalayan flora and fauna. It’s unique culture, architecture, snowcapped mountains; fortress like dzongs, Buddhist tradition plus the friendly people leaves an ever lasting impression on the visitor and entices to visit the land again and again.

Like all tours to Bhutan, trekking can only be organized through a registered agency in Bhutan. October-November and March-May is the best trekking season in Bhutan for all the high treks going over 4000 meters. Some shorter and cultural treks like Druk path, Bumthang, Gangtey can be done anytime from October to May. There are other choices of treks from four to twenty-five days, and the seven to ten days trek to the base camp of Chomolhari, the sacred mountain of Bhutan, is the one of the most popular hikes in Bhutan. Others like the Laya, Lunana and Snowman treks are challenging trekking programs that goes to the remote areas. Autumn is the season when clear mountain views can be seen and spring is best for flowering rhododendrons along with magnolias and other flowering plants.

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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

A trek in Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday. Nepal’s geographical conditions make for some of the most exciting and breathtaking trekking the world has to offer. Nepal is truly one of the world’s beautiful countries, not just in nature but in its culture and variety of ethnic groups inhabiting it. Compared to trekking in other Himalayan countries like India and Pakistan, Nepal offers better serviced trekking routes, making trekking for you easy and comfortable for you. Though if you are not inclined to stay in the teahouse and want a more wild experience there are limitless opportunities for camping and fully self supported remote trekking in Nepal.

Trekking in Nepal has captured the imaginations of mountaineers and explorers for more than 100 years. The lifestyle and habits of the inhabitants of the mountain regions have not changed for generations, the village people offer a huge sense of hospitability and welcome to trekkers and mountaineers alike, it often forms the people that trekkers take there fondest memories.

It is not complicated or expensive to trek in Nepal. One of the biggest parts of your trekking experience is your guide. Your Nepali guide will be everything to you along the trek and for most people life long friendships are formed with their guides and the guide’s families. Nepal is a country of friendly people belonging to many different ethnic groups, each having their own variety of cultures, religions, festivals and castes etc.
Of course, Nepal also offers the highest mountains in the world. Mountains like Sagarmatha, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri are major attractions for trekkers coming to Nepal. Trekking in Nepal gives you the chance to walk amongst these giants and in some cases to the very foot of them, where you truly will be exhilarated. Not only are there mountains in Nepal, but a diverse range of flora and fauna. Many of Nepal’s trekking regions are encompassed by national parks with a diverse range of wildlife, some rare and endangered. If you are lucky you may spot a tiger or an elusive snow leopard. Any trek in Nepal will involve walking through diverse forests, from subtropical to alpine as well as different environments, like barren mountain landscapes, lush alpine meadows and rocky snow-covered passes, not to mention the ice falls, glaciers, high altitude and frozen lakes….what more could you want from a trekking holiday? If you have the time and are planning on a trekking holiday, Nepal is a must destination for you.

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Trekking in Tibet

Trekking in Tibet

Trekking in Tibet is a great exploration outing for any adventure seekers and keen hikers. Tibet offers numerous trekking opportunities and allows trekkers to see and witness it’s real wonders and get to know the age-old culture & tradition of this religious land. Especially rural and remote Tibet is hidden paradise where time has stood still for centuries. The land is bestowed by unique landscape with ancient religion and culture too. For many centuries the only form of transportation across Tibet was by walking or by horses. Mostly Tibetan has been nomads and traders traveling across the country with their yak caravans trading salts, yak butter for other goods in order to survive in the harsh and barren land. Thus, they have many such caravan routes. Not only for trade Tibetans make pilgrimage journeys like the one to the Holy Mt. Kailash & Lake Mansarover. Mt. Kailash is the holy site not only for Buddhist but for Hindus alike, and every year thousands of Hindu & Buddhist pilgrimages come to Kailash to circumnavigate the mountain.

There are other various trekking trails to embark and among them is the Everest Base Camp, the most renowned and popular one. Besides, there exits other exciting trekking routes such as Kharta Valley, Namtso Lake, Advance Everest Base Camp, Ganden Samye, Shisapangma Base Camp etc. Kharta Valley trek offers some of the grandest Himalayan panorama during it’s spectacular hike including steep sided valleys and glacial lakes. In summer the valley is beautifully covered with magnificent grassland colorful wild flowers. Likewise, trek to Namtso Lake allows observing some beautiful birds during the summer season as well as very remote nomad landscapes in the planet. It really is a great trek to witness it’s nomad wilderness, the lake surrounding areas, yak herds, high plain open grassland and breathtaking views of the snow-clad peak Mt. Nying Cheng Thangla (7,210m). Usually Tibetan treks are combined with sightseeing at the main cultural heartland, Lhasa. The capital city of Tibet, Lhasa has a history of over 1300 years and many cultural & religious sites are located here such as Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Norbulinka, Sera Monastery, Ramoche Temple, Barkhor Market etc.

Trekking in Tibet is perhaps one of the most remote and rugged journeys into the distant and unexplored locations on earth. Most the trek here is done as camping basis as facilities are limited and basic. It’s one of the last places in the world to witness the pristine wilderness so a sense of adventure and exploration is required. Truly trekking in Tibet is one of the challenging and rewarding journeys of a lifetime.

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