Trekking is the best way to explore Nepal’s stunning natural beauty and cultural diversity, and has been known to leave an indelible mark in the minds of those who set out on this kind of adventure. There are two different types of trekking: ‘teahouse’ treks where you stay in comfortable accommodation in small picturesque villages and eat delicious food off their menus; and ‘camping’ treks on more remote trails where everything is brought along with the group, and food cooked along the way. Treks can be as long or as short, as easy or difficult as you desire; we can cater for any age group and for any level of experience from novice through to well seasoned adventurers.
Trekking is one of the only ways to intimately experience the landscape and become immersed in the culture and lifestyle of the local people. The Himalayan hills contain more than half of the total population of Nepal, and the hillsides are marked with a network of tracks and trails leading between the delightful local villages. A short trek can reveal a multitude of landscapes, from the lowland hillsides covered with golden rice paddy terraces to beautiful lush rhododendron forests with abundant flora and fauna, to the stunning and magical alpine landscapes with panoramic views of some of the highest and most famous mountains in the world.
Nepal Social Treks and Expedition has been operating since 1999 and has built up a strong team with a wealth of knowledge and experience. We very much enjoy planning treks and adventures for others in Nepal and would love to hear from you if you should have any queries about what we are able to offer.
Everest region can be reached by air or on foot. Jiri is a ten hour drive from Kathmandu, by air there is three options. The most convenient from Everest trek is Lukla, which is serviced by many domestic airlines with daily flights from Kathmandu.Another option is the airstrips at Phaplu, near the district headquater which is serviced by daily flight from Capital... Read More
Annapurna is the most popular trekking route for the trekker's one of the top ten trekking trails of the world.It offers excellent view of the three peaks over (8,000m.) walking through the rhododendron forest and the deepest Kaligandaki gorge in the world add spice to this trip.Other specialties are cultural life of different ethinic groups.... Read More
Langtang, the third most popular trekking area in Nepal after Everest and annapurna it lies langtnag trekking nepal in the middle part of Nepal directly north of Kathmandu. This region includes Langtang Himal,Langtang national park & the Gosaikunda Lake (the most popular Hindu pilgrimage site) is situated in this region. Langtang also boasts baffling extremes in topography and climate conditions, and just one day ... Read More
Nepal has a large population of both Hindus and Buddhists, and the countryside is crisscrossed by trails in all directions. It is remote and unknown from the Western viewpoint because of its relative inaccessibility and its distance from Kathmandu . Regular flights to Jumla and several other airstrips in the west reduce this remoteness somewhat, but add considerably to the cost and to the logistical problems.... Read More
Eastern Nepal Trek gives an Ample opportunity to explore cultural & spiritual knowledge its goals in eastern Nepal include Makalu base camp, an eastern approach to Everest, and the area near Kanchenjunga . There is endless variety in this part of the country. Most ethnic groups are represented and many villages, such as Dhankuta, Khandbari and Bhojpur, are large, prosperous and clean. The area has hot, rice-growing districts and also encompasses the cooler tea-growing region of Ilam.... Read More
One of the reasons that we are different is because we can offer you treks in remote and undisturbed parts of Nepal, on trails that stay well away from the very popular trekking areas. Sometimes even deploying exploratory recce treks to find ancient pilgrim routes and trails that connect villages to very scenic and remote high altitude grazing pastures. Following are some of the treks that give you the best oppurtunity to see the real Nepal... Read More