The Ultimate Travel Package: Explore Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and More

The Ultimate Travel Package: Explore Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and More

We welcome you to acquaint yourself with the unmatched beauty of Nepal through its landscape, vibrant and authentic culture, heritage, hospitality, and uniqueness. The gateway for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers, we introduce wholesome packages for Everest Base Camp short trek, Annapurna Base Camp short trek, Pun Hill trek, Ghandruk trek, Pikey Peak trek, and Nepal-Bhutan journey.

Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek: Thrilling Exploration

Are you looking for a light trekking for refreshment with adventure, excellent vistas, and nature? Annapurna Base Camp’s short trek for seven days is what you are looking for. Annapurna Base Camp has always been an epitome for trekking enthusiasts. This majestic white peak lies in the Kaski district, the northern part of central Nepalrict. The exciting expedition starts from the vibrant city of Pokhara and moves to Macchapuchre Base Camp, then marches to Annapurna Base Camp.

Itinerary of Annapurna Base Camp Short Trek:

The expedition starts with a short drive of about 30 mins to Phedi. The road is well constructed, and the smooth drive will freshen you with beautiful landscapes and nature. Phedi leads to Dhampus with a stony staircase and rocky uphill. Dhampus belongs to the Gurung community, an ethnic group of Nepal with blissful and vibrant cultures. Dhampus defines traditional Gurun lifestyles and the fantastic picturesque Himalaya ranges. We then head to Pothana and Pritam Deurali and march uphill to our overnight destination at Tolka.

With a golden beam of sunlight, we head to Landruk, a small village at 1565 meters above sea level. After about 2 – 3 hours of trekking along rhododendron blooms, we reach Jhinu Dada, famous for its natural hot springs. Further hiking takes us to the gateway to Annapurna Base Camp—Chhomrong, your overnight stay area.

The next goal is Chhomrong to Dovan at 2,540 meters. The adventure will be elevated with slopes, steps, rocky pathways, and high altitudes. But you will enjoy the trek with its wonders of flora and fauna, virile rhododendrons, bamboo forests, and views of mighty Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Machhapuchre.

Dovan leads to one of the most anticipated destinations for trekkers—Machhapuchre Base Camp, where you can enjoy views of Mt. Machhapuchre(6993 m), Mt. Annapurna, and Mt. Gangapurna. This worthy trek will take about 7-8 hours.

Acclimatizing to the altitude, we excite ourselves for the most manifest journey to Annapurna Base Camp, at an astounding elevation of 4,190 meters. We reach our destination through the trails of the Himalayas and the stunning Annapurna glacier. The Annapurna Base Camp will glorify you with close vistas of Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Machhapuchre, Mt. Gangapurna, and Mt. Hiunchuli. We then descend to Dovan village and spend the night.

Retracing our path, we descend to Chhomrong and Jhinu Dada along the Khuldi Ghar and Sinuwa. Here, at natural hot springs, you can relax your sore legs and tired body.

Walking along the music and flow of the Modi River, we follow our path to Landruk and Nayapul, from where we depart for the lively Pokhara Valley.

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    Cuisines and Delicacies of Annapurna Base Camp trek:

    Gurungs have their magic for a taste of authentic cuisines and delicacies. The locally available crops, herbs, and preparation process elevate the meal’s flavor. Though oatmeal, bread, chapati, paratha, spaghetti, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and more are readily available at the tea houses, we recommend trying their local taste. Dhido, gundruk and sink, kodo bread, Gurung bread, kinema, measure, yak’s meat, Allu tama, sekuwa, and jand are well-served dishes in this region.

    Things to do During the Annapurna Base Camp trek:

    Want to complete your expedition to the Annapurna Base Camp trek? Don’t miss out on these moments:

    Stay at a typical Gurung house.
    Walking along golden rice fields.
    Enjoying blooms of rhododendrons and bamboo forests.
    Relaxing your body in the natural Jacuzzi at Jhinu Danda.
    Enjoying sunrise and sunset through a range of the Himalayas.
    Exploring Landruk, Dovan, Pothana, Chhomrong, Khuldi Ghar, and Sinuwa.
    Dancing and singing at Rodi Ghar.
    I am dashing traditional attires, enjoying culture, dancing, and celebrating with natives and locals.
    Add your national flag at Everest Base Camp.
    Diverse flora and fauna. Explore unique 518 aerials, 105 mammals, 40 reptiles and 23 amphibians.
    I am enjoying the flow of the Modi River.

    Trail along Annapurna glacier.

    Night sky at Dovan village.
    Spiritual experience with monks.
    I was wandering around the Annapurna Butterfly Museum.
    I am devouring local cuisines like Dhido, gundruk and sink, kinema, kodo bread, Gurung bread, measure, yak’s meat, and allu Tama.
    I indulge myself with the chef while preparing local cuisine.
    I talked with locals and shared the ancient stories of villages.
    Bonfire with local meat and raki.
    They are buying traditional goods made of bamboo, such as baby.
    They glorify you with close vistas of Annapurna, Mt. Machhapuchre, Mt. Gangapurna, and Mt. Hiunchuli.

    Best Time to Explore? – Annapurna Base Camp

    Want the best stunning views to imprint your memories? The best seasons for trekking to Annapurna Base Camp are spring and autumn. April, May, June of spring, September, October, and November of autumn are the best times. You can enjoy a clear sky, views of mountain peaks, a vivid night sky with a cluster of stars, vibrant rhododendrons blooms, and comfortable trekking temperatures.

    Budget and Necessities for Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    The cost for the Annapurna Base Camp short trek is the same as the package you decide. It may cost USD400 to USD500 per person, excluding extra expenses like bars, additional food, and shopping. We also recommend trustworthy travel insurance to begin your journey.

    Are you worried about what to pack? A short list, warm clothes, comfortable trekking pants, fleece jacket, raincoat or poncho, trekking boots, medicine, caps and muffles, accessories such as emergency torch light and compass, mouth- -guard or buff, high calorie and high protein snacks, hand warmers and socks, chocolates, abundant water, sanitary products, protecting glasses sleeping bag, and other things you require. You can buy these goods in Kathmandu or Pokhara. But make sure to pack light so you won’t have difficulties trekking. Try omitting materials that you might not need.

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      Challenges in ascending Annapurna Base Camp

      Annapurna Base Camp at an astounding elevation of 4,190 meters. Altitude sickness, nausea, shortening of breaths, risk of getting injured, or your body not being able to adjust are some hurdles trekkers face. But provided with licensed guides who are accommodated with sound equipment and trained for such hurdles and first aid, we ensure your safety and comfort.

      Everest Base Camp Short Trek: Thrilling Exploration to Pinnacle of World

      Everest base camp astounds trekkers with its amusing panorama and challenges. This sane beauty lies in Solukhumbu district in eastern Nepal, which is also one of Nepal’s world heritage sites. The expedition starts from Salleri and lengthens about 15 days to a maximum altitude of 5,555m at Kala Patthar. Are they expecting the best out of the adventure? The Everest Base Camp trek reflects its best vibrant shade around spring and autumn. Trekkers prefer March, April, May, spring, September, October, and November.

      Itinerary of Everest Base Camp Short Trek:

      Adoring the delights of Kathmandu and the journey leading to Salleri or Lukla, the wonders of a 15-day trek begin on arriving at Phakding. This trail includes indigenous inhabitants of the Himalayas, small villages, majestic waterfalls, and Dudh Kosi.

      Ascending Namche Bazaar is the trek’s highlight, showcasing unique Tibetan culture. You can also enjoy vistas of the settlement of Monjo, Kongdi Ri Peak, Tmaseru Peak, Bhote Kosi River, and Chomolungma. Fun fact: Chomolungma is the Tibetan name of Mt. Everest, and Nepali people love to call the peak Sagarmatha. The trek then traces to the renowned Tyanboche monastery and Dingboche.

      Acclimatizing to the epic heights of the Himalayas, we then reach Nagsathsang Hill, which is embedded with stupas, glaciers, and alpine flora and fauna. The next stop is Thukla and Lobuche, which go through rocky and steep slopes, Phalung and Karpo valley, and Dugla. The most anticipated Khumbu Glacier and Cholatze Lake lie here.

      The real challenge then begins, which thrills most of the trekkers; we now ascend to the heights of 5,000m, where the oxygen level drops, pressure lowers, temperature reaches negative, and chills run through spines. But we assure you of your safety, comfort, joy, and adventure.

      The manifested trek to Kala Patthar initiates, which leads us to our destinations. The destination of Everest Base camp graces us with mesmerizing vistas of Mt. Sagarmatha, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyo,  Mt. Ama-Dablam, Mt. Tamserku, Mt. Pumori, and Mt. Nuptse. With a heart of remorse, we reach Periche village and retrace our steps to Namche Bazaar and Salleri to descend from heaven to heaven.

      Cuisines and Delicacies of Everest Base Camp Trek:

      Sorting for unique, authentic culture and widely spoken taste of herbs and spices? The Himalayan belt of Nepal is a perfect example. Though tourists are provided with globally available oatmeal, bread, chapati, paratha, spaghetti, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, burgers, and more, it is recommended to try authentic food from the Himalayas.

      Tampsa, Riki kur, Shakpa, Tmomo, Thukpa, Rildhuk, Churpi, Dhindo, and Daal- Bhat- Tarkari are some local cuisines and delicacies that belong to the Himalayas. Rakshi and Chhyang are some alcoholic beverages that keep you warm. Other drinks recommended are herbal tea, yak’s milk, and Himalayan soup. The trekkers are advised to eat light and high-protein food.

      Things to Do during Everest Base Camp:

      Want to complete your expedition to the Everest Base Camp short trek? Don’t miss out on these moments:

      View to Lukla or Salleri.
      Enjoying the flow of Dudh Koshi and Bhote Koshi.
      The night sky of Namche bazaar.
      Mesmerizing vistas of Mt. Sagarmatha, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt. Ama-Dablam, Mt. Tamserku, Mt. Pumori, and Mt. Nuptse.
      Prayer in Tyanboche monastery and stupas.
      View of Phalung and Karpo valley.
      Sherpa Museum and Edmund Hillary School.
      Majestic Khumbu glacier and Cholatze lake.
      I am exploring villages such as Khumjung of indigenous people of the Himalayas.
      Enjoy sunrise and sunset, as well as alpine flora and fauna.
      We enjoy local cuisines such as Tampsa, Riki kur, Shakpa, Tmomo, Thukpa, Rildhuk, Raksi, herbal tea, and herb pickles.
      I indulge myself with the chef while preparing local cuisine.
      I am enjoying a bonfire with the meat of change and raki.
      Spiritual experience with monks.
      She wears traditional attire, enjoys the culture, dances, and celebrates with natives and locals.
      Add your national flag at Everest Base Camp.
      Pamper yourself with local materials, jewels, beads, pashmina cloths, arts, and sculptures.

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        Best Time to explore Everest Base Camp?

        Autumn and spring are expected to be the best times of the year for trekking. The weather conditions are favorable during spring, which is March, April, and May, and autumn, September, October, and November. The temperature is mild and adjustable. Also, the skies are clear. These conditions help provide clear views of mountain peaks. Tourists can anticipate a vivid night sky shining and twinkling with stars and the moon.

        Budget and Necessities for Everest Base Camp Trek

        Are they worried about cost and expenses? The Everest Base Camp trek is expensive. For a prolonged 15-day trek, the budget is estimated from USD1600 to USD3200, depending upon the package. This may include fighting expenses, log and guest house charges, food, and trekking supplies as per the package. We also recommend adopting trustworthy travel insurance. However, the additional expenses are to be managed by the tourists themselves. It is highly recommended that tourists look into their budget plans for the trek.

        The other significant questions are: What are the necessities? What to pack? How to pack? A short list, warm clothes, comfortable trekking pants, fleece jacket, raincoat or poncho, trekking boots, medicine, caps and muffles, accessories such as emergency torch light and compass, mouth- -guard or buff, high calorie and high protein snacks, hand warmers and socks, chocolates, abundant water, sanitary products, protecting glasses sleeping bag, and other things you require. But make sure to pack light so you won’t have difficulties trekking. Try omitting materials that you might not need.

        Challenges of Ascending Everest Base Camp

        The Everest Base Camp short trek is risky but full of adventures, excitement, and thrills. Located above 5,000 meters, trekkers often experience altitude sickness, injuries, inability to adapt to the environment, and shortening of breath, mainly due to low oxygen levels, critical temperature, and low pressure. But provided with licensed guides who are accommodated with sound equipment and trained for such hurdles and first aid, we ensure your safety and comfort.

        Pathivara Mata Temple Nepal – Known as the Goddess of Desires

         Do you ever believe in heaven on earth? Well, Pathivara Mata Temple peripheral will make you feel like heaven.

        Pathivara temple visit is the best tour if you are a travel dreamer. This destination is essential to the Hindu people. You can travel with your family, friends, or a group.
        Nepal is a country of temples, with thousands of temples at every footstep. The Pathivara temple is significant in eastern Nepal.

        Pathivara  Mata temple is located on the hill of the Taplejung district. It is recognized as the most significant Hindu temple of Goddess Pathivara. Not only this, but it is also considered the holy place of Kirants. Pilgrims from different parts of Nepal and India influxed here during unique festivals. It is believed that the worshiper’s wishes and desires will be fulfilled after visiting there.

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          This Temple lies at 37,94 m(12,444 ft) east of the Phungling municipality. Pathivara Mata temple is about 19.4 km east of the Phungling Bazar, the famous Bazar of Taplejung district. The pilgrims offer sacrifices of the offering of various animals to please the Goddess. Besides this, they also offer gold, silver, and many other materials to the Goddess Pathivara.

          Pathivara Mata Temple

          It lies in Tapethol and Phawakhola VDC.

          Pathivara Mata temple lies at the junction of Limkhim, Tapethol, and Phawakhola VDC. It takes around 5- 6 hours to walk from Suketar to Pathivara. If you wish to go to Pathivara Mata temple from Kathmandu, ensure you have enough time, as it takes a week-long trek to reach Pathivara temple. Otherwise, there is an optional choice of Kathmandu to Suketar flight for those who have a limited period.
          Interestingly, it is also known as the Temple and has a list of devotees, including the ex-Royal family of Nepal. Besides visiting a holy place, this place can be the top and best destination for trekkers. This week-long trek involves passes through the ethnic villages of Taplejung. You can have a beautiful cultural trek in this region, Limbu.

          The surroundings here are nothing less than heaven. The waterfall at Sawa, which lies behind the Temple, is also worth seeing. It is also advisable to visit Timbung, which is near the Temple.
          The Pathivara Mata temple is the most sacred place where Mata Pathivara dwells. Every year more than hundreds of thousands of visitors influxed here.

          Hindu and Buddhist people mainly visit here. March to June and September to November are the best seasons. At this time, the weather will be clear and favorable for an excellent trip. The sparkling Himalayas, such as Mount Kanchenjunga and Mount Kumbakarna, will surround you.

          Pathivara Mata Temple

          Major Attractions in Pathivara Temple:


          • Pathivara Mata temple is known as the Goddess of Desires, as worshippers’ wishes are fulfilled after visiting it.
          • Incredibly panoramic Mountain vistas will surround you.
          • Lying at 3800 meters, this place is the best viewpoint.
          • Visitors can also visit the famous monasteries in Olangchung Gola and Lungchung.
          • The beautiful views of the Sawa waterfall and the Timbung Pond are the significant highlights of this trip during autumn and spring.
          • Not only this, but the forest ecosystem along the trekking trail would also melt your heart.
          • The trekking trail offers a spectacular view of the diverse wildlife, varieties of birds, beautiful flowers, and butterflies. You can directly see the whole of Kanchenjunga (the third highest mountain in the world)lying in the periphery of Pathivara Mata temple.

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            The history behind the Pathivara Mata  temple:

            People greatly believe in the Goddess as she possesses supernatural powers that fulfill devotees’ wishes. She exhibits the Goddess Durga, who is also known as Kali, Chandi, Maha Maya, Maha Rudri, etc. She talked about the history of this significant Temple.

            The history tells the story of local shepherds losing hundreds of their sheep. At the same place where the Temple stands today, hundreds of sheep were lost while grazing. Then, the worried shepherds got a dream in which the Goddess urged them to carry out the formalized detriment of the sheep. Also, she suggests building a memorial in her honor. Magically, after offering the sacrifice, all lost herds suddenly returned.

            This is why the ritual of offering animal sacrifices developed. The story of the lost sheep gave birth to the ritual of presenting animal sacrifices. Nevertheless, the Pathibhara Mata temple evolved from devotees pleasing the Goddess with simple and selfless acts of kindness and prayer to offering animal sacrifices. The actual meaning of sacrifice in Hinduism depicts the sacrifice of the ego and greed of the person.

            Pathivara Mata Temple

            Day to Day Itinerary for Pathivara Mata Temple tour

            Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu
            The first day of your trip includes your arrival in Kathmandu from your Home country for your Pathivara Mata temple tour. Our office representative will receive you at TIA (Tribhuvan International Airport). They will greet you and take you to the luxurious hotel. After reaching there, you will have some refreshments and a short trip orientation. You can stroll around Kathmandu’s famous and colorful city in the evening.
            Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu.

            Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu
            The second day of the trip starts with a delightful breakfast. Today, you will visit some of the famous places in Kathmandu. You can see the Pashupatinath temple (the most significant Hindu temple of Lord Shiva), Swyambunath temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square, etc. This will be a short rehearsal of the long trek journey. After that, you will be dropped off at the hotel overnight.

            Day 3: Travel to Kakarvitta, Jhapa

            Have an early morning breakfast at the KTM Hotel. After breakfast, your Kathmandu to Jhapa trip starts in a private vehicle. If you have a short period, you can opt for an alternative flight from Kathmandu to Bhadrapur, Jhapa.
            After you reach there, our representative will welcome you to the guest house at Kakarvitta, Jhapa. They will ensure a comfortable stay at the hotel.
            Have some rest and have a delightful dinner at night.
            Overnight at Kakarvitta, Jhapa, Nepal

            Day 4: Day tour and sightseeing in Kakarvitta town
            Start your day with an early breakfast for our Pathivara Mata temple tour. Today is the day to visit Krishna Thumki, Mini Mountain, which lies nearly 6 kilometers northeast of Kakarvitta town. After the beautiful sightseeing, get back to the hotel and have Lunch. Afterward, you will be driving from Jhapa to Illam. You can enjoy stunning views of Jamunkhadi, Arjundhara, and Kanyam Chiyabari.
            Finally, you can capture beautiful moments with your camera overnight at Illam.

            Day 5: Half Day sightseeing in Illam Tea Garden
            The major highlights of this day’s Pathivara Mata temple tour are visiting the Local Tea Garden at Illam, observing the view tower, visiting the Narayan temple, Singhabahini temple, and the local market. Afterward, go to the hotel to check out and carry your backpack. After this, a 6-hour drive will take you to Taplejung, Nepal. You will be mesmerized by the beautiful Phungling Bazar.
            Many luxurious hotels in Phungling Bazar offer better service. You can stay in one of them. Overnight at hotel

            Pathivara Mata Temple

            Day 6: Phungling to Pathiavara

            Today is the primary day of your whole Pathivara Mata temple trip. Today, you will travel for around 2 hours from Phungling to Sano Phedi. Early morning transfer to Suketar will take about half an hour from the main Bazar. Have breakfast at Suketar, and the journey continues to Sano Phedi. With an easy 2 hrs drive, you will finally reach Sano Phedi.

            At this point, your driving journey will be finished, and the trekking journey will start. You must trek for around 4 hours from Sano Phedi to Pathivara Devi temple. Along the way, you can see a small hotel and shops. There, you can have tea and some rest. You can also buy some worshipping materials in that shop.

            Realize that the trekking trail will have much snow at a higher altitude. The snow will make it difficult to walk. Thus, carrying a walking stick and wearing sports shoes with a grip is advisable. The view at the top of the Temple is worth watching. Jaw-dropping mountains will surround you.

            There is a saying that every difficult journey leads to a magical view. This trip will fulfill your zeal to see heaven. After a darshan trek back to Sano Phedi, you can have Lunch and drive back to the hotel in Phungling.
            Overnight at Taplejung

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              Day 7: Taplejung to Kathmandu

              You can get a direct flight from Suketar to Kathmandu to avoid driving risks and save time on the Pathivara Mata temple trip. However, the flight from Suketar to Kathmandu runs for three days: Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. You should confirm this with your guide person.
              Alternatively, you can go by taxi, but that takes approximately 24 24-hour drive from Taplejung to Kathmandu for Pathivara Mata temple.

              Day 8: Final Departure

              This is the last day of your Pathivara Mata temple trip. If you have extra days, you can explore the nearest beautiful cities to Kathmandu, such as Bhaktapur, Banepa, and Dhulikhel. On this day, you can visit the famous city of Kathmandu and buy gifts for your family, parents, and loved ones. After snacks, it was finally time to wave goodbye to the hotel and guide. Our guide will drop you off at the International airport for your final departure. Then, they will wish you a safe journey onward.

              Pathivara Mata Temple


              The Pathivara Mata temple, Taplejung, is a dream come true. Regarding the trip duration, if you wish to travel from Kathmandu, it will take about one week. For those who want to travel from Biratnagar or Illam, you can complete the Pathivara visit within three days.

              Anybody would feel spiritual after visiting this holy place. Kathmandu to Taplejung is the most extended trip. Thus, hiring a vehicle (car, jeep, van, or bus) would be the best idea to accomplish your journey. Doing so would cut off your trip cost. Other than that you can get food and accommodation at a reasonable price. You can find many resting places along the way to the Temple.

              The best times to visit Pathivara Mata Temple are March, April, May, June, September, October, and November. Visiting this place in the winter is not advisable. Heavy snow may block the trail and make walking difficult. From the summit, you can see a stunning 360-degree panorama. The surrounding mountains and resting houses are also filled with snow and look spectacular.

              From April onwards, the Pathivara Mata temple tour includes visiting a dense forest with varieties of Rhododendrons.
              Henceforth, the Pathivara Mata temple is the most significant and must-visit Temple in the Taplejung District.

              Top 10 Highest Mountain in the World

              The Himalayan is the highest mountain and is considered a ‘freshwater reserve in the form of a glacier, ice, and snow, which face extensive effects of climate change. The world’s highest mountains are some of the most majestic and beautiful things that one can be blessed enough to witness in one lifetime. Climbing to the tallest  Mountains is a lovely and physical dream of the land. Among the ten highest peaks in the world, Nepal has 8, including Mt. Everest. We are introducing the list of the Top 10 highest mountains in the world.

              List of Top 10 Highest Mountains in the World

              1.    Mount Everest (8848m), Nepal

              Top 10 highest mountain in the world

              Mount Everest is the world’s highest mountain. It lies on the Nepal-Tibetan border and is 8848m above sea level. It is located in the Mahalangur Himal sub-range of the Himalayas in Northeastern Nepal.

              The measurement of the Highest Peak, Mount Everest, is 8848m (29,029 ft.) above sea level. Mount Everest is called “Sagarmatha” in Nepal; Tibetan people call it  Chomolungma. This mountain lies in the number one position of the Top 10 highest mountain in the world. Land Surveyor General Sir George Everest first tried to locate the exact position of the Peak, given the name Mt Everest.

              Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary were the first to climb Mount Everest in May 1953. Everest base camp trek is the most popular trekking package in this region. Additionally, you can see some rare species of flora and fauna inside Sagarmatha National Park. Some rare animals are red pandas, musk deer, snow leopards, Himalayan black deer, Himalayan thaur, langur monkeys, martens, and Himalayan wolves. Sagarmatha Nation Park is also included in the world’s heritage site UNESCO. Gokyo Lake is another highlight of the Everest base camp trek.

              Mt Everest got its name from the  Land  Surveyor General Sir George Everest‘ who first tried to locate the exact position of the Peak. Everest base camp trek is the most popular trekking package in this region.

              Climbing  Everest or you can do the trek up to Base camp 5353m

              Are you looking for a trip of your lifetime to Reach the highest point on earth or choose your trek to Everest base camp Nepal and the famous viewpoint of Kala Patthar (5555m height)? Trekking above the Himalayas will fulfill your adventure dream. You can book your Everest adventure with our team and make your dream come true.

              The Everest region in Nepal is more than just climbing and trekking; it is a life-changing experience, and some see it as a journey close to nature and Sherpa’s local culture. It is located in the northeastern province of Nepal. Mount Everest has its own, with vast glaciers, icefalls, the highest mountains, deep valleys, precarious settlements, and hardy people challenging the harshest conditions thrown at them by nature in the thin air of high altitude.

              Passing through legendary Sherpa villages, the trek combines profound cultural and spiritual experiences and physical challenges that test your strength and endurance. Buddhist lamas, monks, and nuns led by Rinpoches (reincarnate at mas) serve the predominantly Sherpa communities from their gompas (monasteries).

              The journey to Everest or Base Camp begins with a dramatic flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. You then hike up to Everest base camp via the famous Namche Bazaar. The trek is 12  to 14 days by foot from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.

              There are many side trips along the way, like the famous Gokyo Lake, Cho la Pass, a day hiking trip to Everest View Hotel, Khunde, and Khumjung village. To start, Everest climbers can climb island or lobule peaks.

              The first person to climb Mount Everest

              The first person to successfully climb Mount Everest was Sir Edmund Hillary, a New Zealand mountaineer, and Tenzing Norgay, a Sherpa climber from Nepal. Their historic ascent on May 29, 1953, marked a monumental achievement in mountaineering and exploration.

              Born on July 20, 1919, in Auckland, New Zealand, Sir Edmund Hillary developed a passion for mountaineering at an early age. His skills climbing in the Southern Alps of New Zealand quickly earned him a reputation as a skilled and determined climber. Hillary’s adventurous Spirit led him to join several expeditions, including the 1951 British reconnaissance expedition to Everest.

              Likewise, Tenzing Norgay, born Namgyal Wangdi, was born in 1914 in the Khumbu region of Nepal, then part of the Kingdom of Nepal. Growing up in the shadow of Everest, Tenzing developed unparalleled mountaineering skills and became renowned for his strength, endurance, and intimate knowledge of the mountain.

              News of their historic achievement spread rapidly around the globe, capturing the imagination of people worldwide. Hillary and Tenzing’s ascent of Everest symbolized the triumph of human Spirit, courage, and teamwork over seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

              Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s pioneering climb paved the way for future generations of mountaineers and adventurers. Their legacy inspires countless individuals to push their limits, pursue their dreams, and explore the world’s highest peaks.

              Additionally, Hillary and Tenzing received widespread acclaim and recognition for their achievement. They became international heroes and were knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for their contributions to mountaineering and exploration.

              Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay’s ascent of Mount Everest remains one of the greatest triumphs in the annals of human endeavor. Their Spirit, courage, and determination serve as a testament to the boundless potential of the human Spirit and the enduring quest for adventure and exploration.

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                2. Mount K2 (8611m), Pakistan

                Top 10 highest mountain in the world

                Mount K2 is the world’s second top 10 highest mountain, and it is in Pakistan. It is situated on the border of China and Pakistan. It is also the highest point in Xinjiang and Pakistan. The name K2 stands for the 2nd Peak in the Karakoram Range. Climbing to K2 is a challenging task, but still, about 250 climbers have successfully reached the top of K2.

                So it is even called Savage Mountain. However, the vast ice pyramid stands away from all the rest of the peaks of K2. Italian expedition got the name for its first climb, Mount K2, in 1954. Mount K2 is one of the world’s ten highest mountains.

                Mount K2 is famous for its name, Mount Godwin, and the Mount Godwin Austen as col. H.H. Godwin Austen was the first to survey the Peak. As Mount K2 has been difficult to climb, it is the only one among the eight thousand peaks that have never been climbed during winter from its east face. Mount K2 base camp is located in Pakistan. People tend to choose a climbing route from Pakistan rather than China.

                3. Mount Kanchenjunga (8586m),  Taplejung District Nepal/Sikkim India

                Top 10 highest mountain in the world

                Mount Kanchenjunga is one of the world’s top 10 highest mountains, with a height of 8586 meters. It is located in Taplejung District, Nepal, Sikkim, India. Kanchenjunga is also the highest mountain in India and the second-highest amount in Nepal. We can also say this mountain is “Th” Five Treasures of Snows” b” cause it is blessed with five treasures of God: gold, silver, gems, grains, and holy books. Joe Brown and George Band successfully climbed it, becoming the first people in the world to do so in 1955. It lies at a distance of 78 miles from Mount Everest. Kanchenjunga is the second least climbed mountain.

                There is a Kanchenjunga National Park that conserves endangered birds and animals. The Kanchenjunga trekking and its areas are enlisted as world heritage sites by UNESCO. There are three routes to climb Mount Kanchenjunga: South West, North West, and North East from Nepal and North East Sikkim from Sikkim. However, the three routes from Nepal are considered the safest. Religious Mountain also takes Mount Kanchenjunga; it is said that Kanchenjunga is the home of the mountain deity. Kanchenjunga base camp is located in Taplejung, Nepal.

                4. Mount Lhotse (8511m), Nepal

                Top 10 highest mountain in the world

                Mount Lhotse is another beautiful mountain in Nepal in the same ranges as Mount Everest; It is the fourth Top 10 highest mountain in the world. Its height is 8511 meters. Mount Lhotse is connected to Mount Everest, south of Mount Everest, in the Khumbu region. It is a complex and dramatic rocky route.

                Mount Lhotse lies on the Nepal and Tibet Border. Mount Lhotse is considered one of the most deadly mountains in the world because of many failed attempts and fatalities while trying to climb. In addition to this, Mount Lhotse is the most dangerous mountain to rise because of KhuKhumbu’s fall. Ernst Reiss and Fritz Luchsinger successfully climbed this Peak in 1956.

                There are three main three summits of Mount Lhotse: – the main summit is 8,516 meters (27,940 ft.), and smaller peaks, Lhotse Middle (East), 8,414 m (27,605 ft.) Lhotse Shar is 8,383 m (27,503 ft.) in height. The middle Lhotse is the highest point on earth and did not climb until early 2001. Sergei Timofeev, Alexei Bolotov, and Petr Kuznetsov, with their leader Eugeny Vinogradsky, a Russian expedition, became the first to climb middle Lhotse on May 23, 2001.

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                  5. Mount Makalu (8462m), Nepal

                  top 10 highest mountain in the world

                  Mount Makalu is another beautiful mountain in Nepal, and it holds its fifth Top 10 highest mountain in the world, with an elevation of 8463 meters. This mountain lies on the Mahalangur range, about 19km Southeast of Mount Everest.

                  This mountain has very sharp edges and steep pitches, which makes it quite challenging to climb. This is an isolated peak whose shape is a four-sided pyramid. Mt Lionel Terray and his climbing partner Jean Couzy successfully climbed this Peak in 1955, becoming the first people on earth to climb it.

                  Mount Makalu is also one of the eight thousand. It is a lonely mountain and a unique mountain. Mount Makalu is shaped like a pyramid, so climbing it is challenging because of its knife-edge ridge. The average day taken to climb Makalu is around 61 – 65 days. Many trekkers climb Makalu from the western face because of the beautiful and enjoyable route.

                  The Makalu region is an entirely natural beauty. Studies have shown that 3,128 species of flowers, 25 different species of Rhododendron, 440 other species of birds, and 88 different species of mammals live there.

                  6. Mount Cho Oyu (8201m), Nepal

                  Top 10 highest mountain in the world

                  Mount Cho Oyu is another of the top 10 highest mountains in the world. It lies in the Himalayas range, and Nepal is the sixth-highest mountain in the world. Its height is 8201m meters. Mount Cho Oyu is one of the accessible mountains to climb; H. Tichy, S. Jochler, and Mr. Pasang Lama were the first men to reach Cho Oyu in October 1954.

                  Cho Oyu Mountain is the “Tu” quote Goddess” i” Tibetan. It lies on the border of Nepal and China. This mountain range is in the Mahalangur range and is 20 km far away from Mount Everest.

                  Climbers climb Mount Cho Oyu from the northwest, northeast, and Southeast sides. Mount Cho Oyu is not that hard to rise, and many trekkers climb Mount Cho Oyu before climbing Mount Everest as practice and experience. Mr. Ang Phiri Sherpa was recorded as the first Nepali to climb Mount Cho Oyu. Moreover, you can get the best view of other eight-thousanders mountains during the climb while rising Cho You.

                  The climbing starts in March and ends in May. The second season is from  September through November and is considered the best month for climbing Mount Cho Oyu. We will fix the three more base camps and a final Advanced Base camp before making the last attempt at the Cho Oyu base camp.

                  7. Mount Dhaulagiri  (8167m), Nepal

                  Mount Dhaulagiri

                  Mount Dhaulagiri is the seventh of the top 10 highest mountains in the world, located north of central Nepal. The elevation of this Peak is 8167 meters. Dhaulagiri has become the pivot point for tourists and climbers.

                  Dhaulagiri means “Wh” the Mountain” i” one of the eight thousand lists. K. Diemberger, P. Diener, Nyima Dorji, Nawang Dorji, climbed it in May 1960. The route through Dhaulagiri goes through the world’s most sacred gorge, Kali Gandaki. Winter is the best time to trek to Dhaulagiri, as you can get the best view.

                  Dhaulagiri is also called the highest mountain by Europeans. It is also the highest point in the Gandaki basin. Generally, Dhaulagiri is derived from the Sanskrit words dazing, white, and beautiful, which means white beauty.

                  Passing through an ever-changing landscape with numerous picturesque villages, we reach Dhaulagiri Base camp. On the way, we can encounter semi-wild yak herds, mountain sheep, the elusive snow leopard, Kali Gandaki River, the world’s most sacred gorge, and so forth. While you are in the hidden snow valley (after crossing French Pass), it gives you a heavenly test of the white world.

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                    8. Mount Manaslu (8163m), Nepal

                    Mount Manaslu

                    Mount Manaslu is the eighth Top 10 highest mountain in the world, located in the Nepal Himalayas with an elevation of 8163 meters and surrounded by rock-hard ice, which covers a large area at the bottom of the hill, this mountain is one of the most exciting things to see. The Manaslu means “Mo” ntain of the Spirit.”  “The first climber of this beautiful mountain, T. Manisha, from Japan, in 1956. For this reason, this mountain is famous among Japanese people.

                    Manaslu is a Sanskrit word that means soul. This mountain is the eighth highest on our list of the top 10 highest mountains in the world. It lies 64 km east of Mount Annapurna, and the Manaslu base camp is 4700 meters above sea level. Mount Manaslu is in the Gorkha district of Nepal, where Trekking started in 1991.

                    Many plants and animals are about to become extinct in the Manaslu conservation area. The conservation area covers an area of 642 square. Km. Mount Manaslu is a moderate-level Trekking. Luckily, Mount Manaslu is among the world’s number of tourists.

                    9. Nanga Parbat (8125m), Pakistan

                    Top 10 highest mountain in the world

                    Nanga Parbat is one of the world’s top 10 highest mountains. It is located on the south side of the Indus River in Gilgit Baltistan, Pakistan. Nanga Parbat means “Na” ed Mountain.” T” The elevation of this Peak is 8125 meters.

                    It is also named the Killer Mountain because many climbers died in the first half of the twentieth century. The Australian climber, Mr. Hermann Bahl, was the first to climb Nanga Parbat in 1953. This is another mountain from Pakistan on the list of the top 10 highest mountains in the world. Mount Nanga Parbat is also the second-highest mountain in Pakistan after Mount K2.

                    The southern face of Nanga Parbat is the highest. Nanga Parbat also comes from the Sanskrit word Parvata, which means Naked mountains. Nanga Parbat is also one of the world’s greatest thieves. Furthermore, Nanga Parbat is so difficult to climb that many trekkers have died while rising Nanga Parbat, which is why it is called Killer Mountain. Nanga Parbat range also covers an area of 120 mi (190 km).

                    10. Mount Annapurna (8091m), Nepal

                    Mount Annapurna

                    Mount Annapurna is the world’s top 10 highest mountains and last on our list of the ten tallest mountains. It is located in central Nepal with an elevation of 8091 meters. Annapurna is a Sanskrit name that refers to the Goddess of the Harvests. This Annapurna peak is also the world’s most dangerous for climbing. Annapurna conservation area is NepNepal’s first and largest conservation area, with 7,6,29 sq. Km.

                    The famous climbers from France, M. Herzog and L. Lachenal, reached this mountain on June 3, 1950, as the first climbers. Annapurna base camp trek is the gateway to climbing this mountain. Nepal’s conservation area covers many towns like Manang, Mustang, Kaski, Myagdi, and Lamjung, with an area of approximately 7,629. Last but not least,

                    Mount Annapurna is another example of beauty and ability to be listed in the 10th position in the list of the top 10 highest mountains in the world. You can get a fantastic view of Annapurna I (8091 m), Annapurna South (7219 m), Machhapuchhre (6993 m), and Hiunchuli (6441 m), glacier dome, Gangapurna (7454), fang (1647m). Moreover, the distance of the road varies between 160–230 km (100-145 mi), depending on where the transportation motor is. Also, the Annapurna trek is the best long-distance trek as it combines cultural and natural beauty.
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                    Bhutan Holiday Packages

                    Bhutan is a stunning Himalayan nation located in Southeast Asia. It is known worldwide for its magnificent mountains, beautiful and diverse landscapes, top-notch hospitality, and unique culture and tradition. Tourists from every part of the world visit the nation of paradise every year, which remains isolated from the outside world.

                    Known for its vibrant natural heritage and rich cultural legacy, Bhutan has numerous breathtaking canyons, lush green vegetation, and snow-capped mountains worldwide. In addition, it is the only nation to be carbon-negative.

                    The Bhutan holiday package provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with customs, cultures, and festivals that have not changed throughout the years. Buddhism is practiced by a far more significant percentage of people in Bhutan, where it makes up the core of the population. Hence, Bhutan is filled with historic palaces and monasteries that reflect the kingdom’s cultural diversity.

                    The atmosphere will change as soon as you get to Bhutan. The praying flags and bells that flutter above the monasteries will calm your soul. Bhutan, often known as the Land of Dragon, is visited every year by visitors who are captivated by the breathtaking view of the tall mountains, the beautiful landscape, the traditional clothing of the Bhutanese people, the art, architecture, or design of the buildings that embody the culture of Bhutan, and excellent Bhutanese hospitality.

                    Types of Bhutan holiday packages

                    Standard holiday package

                    This holiday package is perfect for visitors who want to experience Bhutan quickly. In a few days, you will visit beautiful landscapes, rich cultural valleys, and other beautiful locations, giving you maximum experience in the least amount of time.

                    Bhutan is heaven on Earth due to its breathtaking mountains, diverse wildlife, old Buddhist monasteries, lively culture, and ethereal atmosphere. The standard package, 6-night/7-day, takes you to the best places in Bhutan and makes your journey pleasant in this beautiful and sacred country. This standard holiday package covers Bhutan’s top attractions, such as Paro, Punakha, Wangduephodrang, Thimphu, and Phuentsholing.

                    This seven-day Bhutan holiday package will take you to fascinating tourist destinations. The package will also include tours of well-known pilgrimage and historical sites such as Ta Dzong National Museum, the Taktsang Monastery, and many more.

                    The package includes lodging at a 3-star hotel and meals at breakfast, lunch, and dinner. An English-speaking tourist guide and private transportation are also included. The package covers sightseeing, such as entrance fees and visa fees. This package also comes with other miscellaneous services.

                    Adventure holiday package

                    Many visitors visit Bhutan every year for adventure activities. Especially adventure enthusiasts from all over the world visit Bhutan as Bhutan caters to all the adventures junky of every kind. Adventures such as trekking, cycling, or someone looking for adventure activities mixed with cultural exploration and many more are offered by this Bhutan holiday package. Here, we list some adventure tour packages in Bhutan and their detailed information.

                    Mountain biking – Bhutan, a mountainous nation with rough and rugged terrain, has many different bicycle routes. Depending on their level of physical fitness, mountain bikers can choose between taking off-road tracks in rural areas or riding smoothly on peaceful roads for pleasure.

                    It is highly recommended that visitors discover this nation’s unexplored regions and engage with the locals. During their tour, visitors can learn about Bhutanese ethnic culture and traditions. Traveling by bicycle to well-known locations like Phobjikha Valley and Paro Valley is also advisable.

                    Paro to Thimphu—This route offers serene scenery of Bhutanese biodiversity and natural vegetation. It is a 55-kilometer trip from Paro to the capital, Thimphu. Along the ride, cyclists can make pit stops at the well-known Paro Taktsang, Tiger’s Nest.

                    Thimphu to Punakha—The route offers breathtaking views of the Himalayas and 108 decorated stupas. Still, it challenges cyclists as they have to pass the Dochula pass, which is challenging at an altitude of 3100m. The subtropical climate and breathtaking Punakha Dzongis are the main highlights of the Thimphu to Punakha route.

                    Bumthang Valley—This valley caters to cyclists of all levels due to its simple and easy routes. It is the cultural core of Bhutan, and there are many monasteries and temples in the area where tourists can indulge in Bhutan’s artistic and traditional aspects. This route takes you through networks of paths and beautiful scenery.

                    Cycle culture – This Bhutan adventure holiday package mixes moderate cycling with cultural activities and is perfect for families and leisure bikers. It offers chances to take part in regional festivals, village visits, and guided tours of the area’s top sights.

                    The Bhutan holiday adventure package usually costs around 3500$ per person. This package includes accommodation in 3-star hotels as well as high-quality meals. It also provides mountain bikes with all the necessary cycling gear. The package also covers support vehicles for luggage and emergencies and an experienced cycling guide with permits and entrance fees.

                    Whitewater rafting and kayaking—This package is perfect for people who want to experience the thrill of river activities in Bhutan’s waters. It allows visitors to experience the thrill of whitewater rafting and introduces them to Bhutan’s culture and tradition.

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                      Family rafting adventure—This family-friendly Bhutan holiday package is appropriate for people of all ages and includes mild rafting experiences on the Mo Chhu River. It also includes family-friendly events, comfortable accommodations, and cultural experiences for younger visitors.

                      Adventure and cultural combo—This Bhutan holiday adventure package perfectly balances a cultural trip to religious and cultural sites and an adventurous trip of rafting and kayaking on the white waters. Touring the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery, rafting on the Pho Chhu River, and touring Thimphu, the country’s capital, are significant highlights of this package.

                      Punakha River adventure—This Bhutan holiday adventure package is for experienced adventurers. It is a lengthy adventure that includes several days of rafting and kayaking on the rivers surrounding Punakaha, the Pho, and Mo Chu Rivers. The trip takes you deep into the natural and cultural aspects as you make your way through Punakha Dzong and nearby villages.

                      The experience usually costs around $2,200 per person, including lodging in 3-star hotels, riverside camps, and meals. Guides, all necessary equipment (rafts, kayaks, helmets, life jackets), and professional rafting and kayaking service are also included in the package. Transportation, entry fees, and all permits are covered in the package.

                      Trekking and hiking – One of the activities you should do when visiting the kingdom of Thunder Dragons is trekking. It is a perfect way to discover the striking mountain ranges, immaculate lakes, towering glaciers, and diverse animals. Numerous trekking paths are available to accommodate visitors as per their needs.

                      Snowman Trek—This package is meant for experienced trekkers with a spirit of adventure. Snowman Trek will take you on the most challenging trekking expedition into Bhutan’s isolated highlands. You will ascend steep, difficult, and rugged routes through the beautiful Himalayas.

                      Durk Path Trek—This trip takes you through cultural destinations, including Taktsang Monastery and Thimphu, the country’s capital, and includes a guided hike along the splendid and beautiful Druk Path.

                      Jomol Hari Trek—This trek mainly caters to experienced trekkers as it is one of the most challenging treks through the rough and rugged terrains of the Himalayas. Nomadic yak herds and the beautiful scenery and landscape of Jomol Hari are its main highlights.

                      The price varies according to the place and type of trek you want to experience. Still, all the Bhutan holiday packages include accommodation in tents and basic guesthouses with meals and high-energy snacks. A professional trekking guide and support team with animals to carry equipment, supplies, and camping gear are also included in the package. Trekking permits and transportation to and from the trekking route are also part of the package.

                      Luxury holiday packages

                      Bhutan’s luxury holiday package also offers a luxury option for its country, which has beautiful scenery, a rich cultural history, and a peaceful atmosphere. People from all around the world travel to Bhutan for a unique, lavish experience. Bhutan’s luxury holiday packages offer luxurious accommodations in its reputed hotels, top-notch service, and hospitality, which ensures a unique and comfortable journey. This is a detailed explanation of Bhutan’s luxury travel packages, including cost details.

                      Luxury Expeditions and Adventures in Bhutan—This package offers luxury and adventure through the beautiful Himalayas, landscapes, and historic cultural sites. This Bhutan holiday package strikes the right balance between luxury and heart-pounding adventure activities, creating a pleasant experience for the visitor.

                      This Bhutan holiday luxury package offers accommodations at upscale resorts like Taj Tashi Thimphu and Gangtey Lodge. This package also provides exclusive access to historical places during cultural tours in Paro, Punakha, and Thimphu, as well as a private chopper tour of the Himalayas and isolated valleys. This package also takes you through the legendary Druk Path while camping in luxury and enjoying fine cuisine, as well as kayaking on the Wang Chhu River and whitewater rafting on the Mo Chhu River, creating a thrilling as well as luxurious experience for its visitors.

                      Bhutan’s Cultural Display—This lavish holiday package offers an unmatched level of luxury as you explore Bhutan’s rich cultural history. Experience the heart and soul of Bhutanese culture with the best lodgings and services, including private tours of historic monasteries and unique cultural events.

                      This holiday package offers luxurious accommodations at world-famous establishments like Le Méridien Thimphu and Zhiwa Ling Heritage in Paro, which offers authentic Bhutanese cuisine and private dining experiences. A private guide to Thimphu’s cultural landmarks, such as the National Library and the Tashichho Dzong, along with special access to private dance performances and workshops for traditional arts and crafts, is also included in the package. A helicopter tour through the serene Himalayas and valleys of Punukha is also included in the package.

                      Royal Retreats of Bhutan

                      This Bhutan holiday package is designed for tourists willing to spend a good amount of money on luxurious experiences in Bhutan. It offers a royale experience at the most luxurious resorts in Bhutan, where you can indulge in lavish lodging, fine food, and unique experiences.

                      The trip offers exquisite stays at renowned establishments like the Taj Tashi in Thimphu and the Amankora resorts located throughout Bhutan, along with exclusive access to special dining events and private guided trips to historical attractions such as The famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery and the Paro Dzong. Events and Bhutanese cultural and traditional performances are highlights of the package. Helicopter trips above the towering peaks of the Himalayas, as well as customized spa services and wellness excursions, are some additional amenities.

                      The luxurious Bhutan holiday package usually costs around 10000$ to 20000$, with accommodations in a 5-star hotel, gourmet cuisine, private transportation with a dedicated chauffeur, and personalized tours and experiences with an expert guide. All the entrance fees and permits are also included in the package.

                      Festival holiday packages

                      Bhutan is a country rich in cultural heritage. Many festivals occur in Bhutan annually, and participating in one is a great way to experience the country’s rich cultural heritage. This Bhutan holiday package offers a chance to experience the largest “Tsechu” in the nation.” Tsechu” means a holy event in Buddhist translation. Thimphu, Paro, Punakha, Wangdue, and Bumthang Tsechu/Festivals are a few of those festivals. At these events, masked performers present Padmasambhava’s teachings through dance performances, usually lasting for a week.

                      Paro Tsechu Festival Tour—This festival allows visitors to view dance performances by skilled monks in masks. The laypeople also dress in vibrant outfits, delivering a show that tells a different story daily. The life of Padmasambhava and other saints forms the basis of the Tsechu.

                      During this Tsechu, “Paro Thongdrel” the thangka is displayed. On the last day of the celebration, it is displayed for a short period at dawn as a holy picture scroll. The celebration brings freedom only by looking at the sacred scroll. The dances are performed in the Dzongs’ courtyards. This trip offers you an exceptional chance to see the rich Paro Tsechu. Additionally, you get the opportunity to travel to and discover several locations in Thimphu and Paro.

                      Thimphu Tsechu Festival Tour – Bhutan gives a 3-day national holiday in September as people from all over the nation go to Tashichho Dzong City in Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. Over three days, exquisite religious dances are presented with grace. The actors wear masks and glitzy, vibrant clothes. Not only domestic tourists but also international tourists visit this festival as it provides an enriching cultural and traditional experience.

                      Punakha Drubchen and Tsechu Tour—Punakha Drubchen is a distinctive celebration that reenacts 17th-century ancient battles against Tibet. This battle is shown through a dance performance performed by skilled, magnificent masked dancers during Punakha Tsechu at Punakha Dzong. For an enriching and fulfilling cultural experience, you can also visit the Khamsum Yulley, Namgyal Chorten, the Punakha Valley, and the fertility temple, Chimi Lhakhang.

                      Bhutan is known for its “high-value, low-impact” tourist policy. Such policy creates awareness among tourists and promotes eco-friendly travel that protects the nation’s natural and cultural assets. This festival Bhutan holiday package ranges around $250 to $300 in the offseason and $300 to $350 in the peak season.

                      The package includes lodging in standard Bhutanese guesthouses or three-star hotels with authentic Bhutanese cuisine. Throughout the tour, a private vehicle with a driver will be provided. English-speaking licensed guide services, along with admission fees to museums, fairs, and other venues, are included in the package.

                      Wildlife and nature holiday package

                      Bhutan is also rich in natural aspects, as it is a country with many endangered species like the Bengal tiger, red panda, the majestic snow leopard, and various types of fauna and flora. Hence, the government has numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries that protect the country’s biodiversity and wildlife. This holiday package offers a unique tour through natural habitats and wildlife to experience nature. Bhutan is also a country that preserves 70 percent of its forest and has zero to non-carbon emissions.

                      Bird Watching Tour in Bhutan -This holiday package tours various wildlife sanctuaries, including the Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary. Multiple species and types of birds inhabit this sanctuary. It also offers a trip to view the black-necked cranes in the valleys of Phobjika. The main highlights of this package include viewing unique and rare bird species such as the Rufous-necked hornbill, White-bellied heron, and Himalayan monal in the forest of the Tashiyangtshe area and the wetland of Gangtey Valley.

                      Bhutan Wildlife Safari Tour

                      Discover the Royal Manas National Park, the oldest national park in Bhutan, renowned for its abundant wildlife, including tigers, elephants, and golden langurs. The wildlife safari tour offers a majestic view of the Himalayan black bears, snow leopards, blue sheep, and several endangered species in the Jigme Dorji National Park.

                      The travel also takes you through several environments, such as thick forests and meadows at a high altitude, where you can view various flora and fauna. The safari also takes you through excellent spots for bird watching, like Phobjikha Valley, where you may see black-necked cranes.

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                        Fishing tours

                        —Bhutan has 109 fish species, 41 of which are native to the country. Tropic rivers and mountain streams are among the places to go fishing. Additionally, brown trout and golden mahseers are the most prevalent fish. Tourists can fish in most rivers, but some are prohibited during certain months, considered breeding seasons, and in specific locations, such as Punakha and Wangdue. Haa Chhu is one of the hotspots for fishing because of its stunning and immaculate surroundings.

                        The wildlife and nature Bhutan holiday packages usually cost around $200$ to $250$ per person per night. The package includes accommodation at guesthouses, eco-lodges, camping tents, and traditional Bhutanese cuisine. A private vehicle with a driver is also provided throughout the tour. Permits and fees needed for wildlife exploration and trekking, along with a professional English-speaking guide, are also covered in the package.

                        Spirituality and wellness holiday package

                        Bhutan is a developing Asian wellness destination. Many tourists visit the nation to experience its breathtaking scenery and wellness retreats while learning about its ancient and profoundly spiritual culture. Bhutan is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a place to relax, find peace, and heal. Several options are available, such as relaxing in a mineral hot spring or practicing reflective meditation, which promotes total well-being while facilitating spiritual and cultural exploration. Some of those experiences are discussed below.

                        Meditation and retreat—Bhutan’s natural environment, with its beautiful valleys and lush woods, is perfect for therapeutic massages and meditation. Retreat and meditation trips are very common and well-liked in Bhutan. These meditation retreats offer the best possible havens from the stress and worries of daily life.

                        The retreats provide the ideal setting for focusing on one’s inner self and life’s purpose. The Bhutanese healers assist in regaining spiritual balance and harmony. Your package also includes regular spa treatments and yoga. To nourish the soul, you must embark on a spiritual journey during your vacation in Bhutan.

                        Hot spring therapy 

                        Bhutan is another place endowed with the greatest gifts from nature. Hot springs, referred to locally as Tshachus or Menchu, can be found in Bhutan. Hot spring therapy offers several therapeutic advantages and is popular among tourists worldwide.

                        This is due to the water’s geothermally generated warmth and several naturally occurring minerals known to treat a wide range of conditions, including blood flow and circulation issues, skin conditions, arthritis, and nasal congestion. The most well-known ones are Gasa Tshachu, Duenmang Tshachu, Dhur Tshachu, Gelephu Tshachu, and Chuboog Tshachu, which are located across Bhutan.

                        Wellness and Spiritual Healing Tours

                        Bhutanese healers use hot stone baths and herbal medicine made with natural herbs from the area. According to traditional Bhutanese healing methods, these spa therapies and wellness treatments give visitors a peaceful and pleasant experience.

                        Visitors can attend prayer meetings and spiritual rites in revered monasteries like Kyichu Lhakhang and Punakha Dzong for more spiritual knowledge. They can also participate in a customary blessing ceremony in Bhutan for good luck and purification. Due to its spiritual aspect, the well-being and collective happiness of the Bhutanese population are also high.

                        This Bhutan holiday package usually ranges from $ 200$ to $ 250$ per person per night. The package includes health spas, meditation centers, classic guesthouses in Bhutan, and organic and healthful Bhutanese meals.

                        Throughout the holiday trip, a private vehicle and driver are on standby for transportation. Wellness specialists for traditional therapeutic methods, spa treatments, yoga and meditation classes, and guides are also included in the package. Admission charges for spa facilities, temples, and monasteries are also covered in the package.

                        Photography holiday package

                        Bhutan holiday tour also offers a photography package, which is every photographer’s dream package. This package caters to every level of photographer as it takes you through beautiful environments, unique topography, lush landscapes, majestic Himalayas, and local valleys filled with rich culture and traditions. But in Bhutan, every location you go to is a potential location for photography. This package takes you to the most significant places where you may experience Bhutanese culture, scenery, and joyful people at their finest.

                        Vibrant Festivals and Cultural Events

                        Bhutan is known for its culture and tradition, especially festivals such as the Paro Tsechu and Thimphu Tshechu, which reflect its cultural relevance worldwide. These festivities offer fantastic chances to take striking pictures of masked dances, traditional attire, elaborate ceremonies, and spectacular celebrations. Photographers may experience and capture Bhutan’s distinctive cultural traditions through their lenses.

                        Access to remote and off-the-beaten-path Locations

                        Bhutan’s dedication to eco-friendly travel and low visitor population guarantees that many places are undiscovered and underexplored. This holiday package allows photographers to capture beautiful mountains and landscapes by traveling through rugged terrains.

                        The problematic and challenging route to the stunning landscapes and scenery is different and more peaceful than the mainstream places, which gives photographers the perfect opportunity to achieve their goals. Because of its challenge, it creates a sense of adventure and thrill to reach the destination and provides a chance to take one-of-a-kind pictures.

                        Wildlife photography

                        Bhutan’s natural habitat has numerous rare and endangered wildlife species, such as the majestic snow leopard, Bengal tiger, red panda, and black-necked crane. This holiday package lets photographers visit national parks, conservation areas, and wildlife sanctuaries and capture amazing animals up close in their native environments.

                        The Bhutan holiday package for photography can cost according to the place and the nature of the place one is visiting; still, the package will indeed include cozy accommodations in eco-lodges or guesthouses with traditional Bhutanese cuisine. Workshops for cultural and environmental awareness are also held before a photography tour.

                        The tour includes a private vehicle with a driver and a licensed guide. Fees for entering national parks, festivals, and other sites, as well as licenses required to enter protected areas and go hiking, are also covered in the package.

                        Family and group holiday package

                        Group travel to Bhutan provides the ideal balance of culture and adventurous activities. You can visit world-renowned places such as Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Punakha Dzong, and many more. Participating in Bhutan’s cultural events, indulging in Bhutanese cuisines, and relaxing in its peaceful and vibrant environment are ways to experience the country’s ins and outs.

                        Adventure seekers should attempt Bhutan’s national sport, archery, or take a beautiful hike or bike ride. They can also go rafting in the Paro River. Bhutan holiday group tour packages allow you to experience the stunning Himalayas and landscape and indulge in rich Bhutanese culture and tradition.

                        Group tour to Paro

                        Group holiday packages to Bhutan will take you through various landscapes and culturally rich historical and religious sites in the valley of Paro. The valley is perfect for group tours and is known for its breathtaking scenery and peaceful environment, providing visitors with a pleasant experience. One of the main highlights of Paro Valley is its traditional architecture and the Paro River, which one can visit during one’s tour.

                        Group tour to Thimphu

                        The package also offers a tour of Thimphu, the nation’s capital. From historic temples and monasteries to the rustling and bustling markets, Thimphu perfectly balances traditional and modern culture. Visitors can also view the breathtaking scenery of the mountains while traveling through Thimphu’s streets and purchasing merchandise in its markets.

                        Group tour to Bumthang

                        Discover Bumthang, the ancient temples and monasteries that are the hallmark of Bhutan’s spiritual heartland, with holiday packages to Bhutan. Groups can study Bhutanese culture and traditions in the valley in several ways. It is one of Bhutan’s most well-known valleys, and visitors come here with their groups to discover the area’s history and natural splendor from all over the world.

                        Group tour to Punakha

                        Punakha is known for its beautiful surroundings and historical sites. It is also known as the core historical city of Bhutan. This city is a hot spot for nature lovers and hikers as it offers various hiking options in its serene nature. The “Fertility Temple,” also called Chimi Lhakhang, is another option for groups to visit. Both worshippers and adventure seekers come to this lovely place.

                        Group tour to Phobjikha

                        Bhutan travel packages for groups to the valley of Phobjikha, a must-see location for nature enthusiasts in the heart of Bhutan. Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains by visiting the Gangtey Monastery. Whether the group is an adventurer, a nature lover, or someone looking to go on a spiritual journey, Mysterious Valley offers something for everyone.

                        The Bhutan holiday package for families and groups includes cozy guestrooms, motels, or traditional Bhutanese farmhouses with conventional cuisine. Transportation and guide services are also included. Adventure activities such as hiking, strolling through nature, attending festivals, and cultural tours are some of the package’s highlights. Permits and entrance fees to national parks, dzongs, monasteries, and other protected regions, as well as trekking, are also covered in the package.

                        Other significant highlights of Bhutan holiday packages

                        Taktsang or Tiger’s Nest Monastery – Bhutan is home to many spiritual and cultural monuments, and Taktsang Goemba, also known as the Tiger’s Nest monastery, is one of them. It is a holy location for the Bhutanese people, established in 1692 AD. According to local legend, the tantric Buddhist master, Guru Rinpoche, went to this location in a blazing tigress and meditated in the Taktsang Senge Samdup cave. This location is a must-visit for many Bhutanese populations, and every year, people from all over the nation visit this monastery.

                        Phobjikha Valley

                        This magnificent valley, a wildlife preserve close to Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, is well known for its breathtaking natural beauty. The area is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Additionally, you can see the uncommon black-neck cranes that migrate through the valley from far locations.

                        Gangatey Valley

                        The Gangatey monastery is located in the stunning Gangatey Valley. The rhododendron, magnolia, and juniper forests are blooming in the routes leading to the valley. The route trails through bamboo trees and ferns. The villages of Gogona and Khotokha offer a cultural overview of the area’s traditional way of life as well. In the spring, the vibrant faunas and floras are in full bloom.

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                          Tashichho Dzong Museum

                          Along with the main Bhutanese monastery, the Tashichho Dzong houses other administrative offices: Je-Khenpo, the Bhutanese spiritual leader, summers at the Tashichho Dzong residence. Monks from Thimphu and Punakha are also housed at the dzong. One of Bhutan’s most remarkable landmarks is the Tashichho Dzong National Museum. This magnificent museum features old Bhutanese monuments arranged chronologically.

                          Chimi Lhakhang

                          Chimi Lhakhang is one of the most sacred Bhutanese temples. The Temple of Fertility honors Lama Drukpa Kunley, the “divine madam.” The temple is said to bless couples with children, so many couples worldwide visit it. The temple is decorated with numerous vibrant phalli, which are said to ward off evil spirits and bad omen.

                          Memorial Chorten

                          – Bhutan has a large, white, tall building called the Memorial Chorten. A four-story white structure with sculptures, tantric teachings, and other arts of deities inside, the memorial Chorten is dedicated to King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk. In the chorten, the monument is visited by worshippers from all over the nation.

                          National Library and Folk Heritage Museum

                          The National Library of Bhutan has primary Buddhist holy literature and monuments. It also houses Bhutanese arts and crafts and old Buddhist writings. The museum is dedicated to preserving Bhutanese folk traditions and agricultural history. In the folk heritage museum, you can view documentation of rural Bhutanese life.

                          Dochula Pass and 108 Chortens -Dochula Pass is known for its 108 stupas, also known as “chortens,” established in memory of Bhutanese warriors who lost their lives in battle. The tour offers a beautiful balance of spirituality and nature as you can view the tall snowcapped mountains.

                          Red Panda Brewery

                          he Red Panda Brewery welcomes beer lovers from all over the world. It’s the nation’s first officially recognized brewery, founded by Fritz Maurer in 2006. This brewery’s beer is solid and tasty.
                          Takin Sanctuary

                          Bhutan’s national animal is the Takin, an unusual animal with significant historical significance. Popular mythology holds that the Takin’s magical abilities were created by the “Divine Madman.” Within the family kingdom, the Takin is classified as a distinct animal. The sanctuary strives to preserve the national animal through various means.

                          Best time for Bhutan holiday packages

                          The best seasons to book Bhutan holiday packages are spring and fall. During these two seasons, the Bhutan tour will enter a new realm. March through May and September through November will have normal temperatures, averaging around 20 degrees Celsius. In the spring and fall, the Bhutanese landscapes have mystical integrity. Fall and spring are great times for Bhutan holiday Packages because of lush foliage and consistently mild, sunny weather devoid of rain or snow.

                          The intense heat and abundant rainfall next to the Bay of Bengal will make the summer and monsoon seasons unique. Bhutan also experiences severe winter weather, with subfreezing temperatures. Trekking is difficult due to cold temperatures and rough terrains.


                          Bhutan is a Himalayan nation with breathtaking landscapes, tall mountains, and a rich historical culture. Also known as the “land of happiness,” Bhutan is rich in natural and cultural aspects and hospitality. The people of Bhutan are very welcoming and hospitable and are the happiest people on the planet. The Bhutan holiday package allows you to experience its rich nature and culture.

                          Also known as “the land of the thunder dragon, “this nation is home to a rare and unique species on Earth. The people of this country place great importance on their traditions, morals, and culture, which, when combined with the breathtaking Himalayan Mountains and surrounding terrain, may soothe an individual’s mind and spirit. Therefore, Bhutan is a destination that you should visit once in a lifetime to spend your holidays. Hence, one can get different packages that offer other amenities and experiences.

                          A Guide to Travel in Nepal- What to Take? Trip check list

                          A guide to travel in Nepal

                          Nepal is famous for its stunning landscapes, mountainous treks, and unforgettable experiences. The most renowned summit is the mighty Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, which draws people from all over the globe to view its majestic peak. However beautiful and impressive as it is, there is much, much more to Nepal than Mount Everest. We will discuss a guide to travel here to Nepal. We will discuss it here and give you more Info about a guide to travel in Nepal.

                          From the traditional teahouses and ancient monasteries to the rich culture and mouth-watering cuisine, Nepal is one of the most unique places in the world. The Himalayan mountain range is the “spine” of the country and holds some of the nation’s most valued treasures. The best way to explore these beautiful summits is by trekking them, but there are a few things worth knowing before you start a guide to travel in Nepal. 

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                            What to take for a guide to travel in Nepal

                            When trekking through tricky terrain, having a few essentials is crucial. You’ll need your passport, trekking permits, and insurance details; these should be kept in a waterproof bag in an accessible place, as the licenses will be checked at various points along the trail.

                            You’ll also need:

                            • Sleeping bag – anything from -30° to a -15° bag is sufficient
                            • Warm jacket
                            • Gloves
                            • Worn-in hiking shoes
                            • Toilet paper
                            • Reusable water bottle
                            • Camera
                            • Sun cream, sunglasses, and sun hat
                            • Lip balm and moisturizer
                            • Head torch
                            • Cash
                            • A book
                            • Trekking poles

                            Invest in clothes that dry quickly and retain warmth to layer up easily. Bring something comfortable to wear on your feet in the evening so you can take your heavy boots off, and always bring plenty of snacks. For more Info and detailed planning and checklist,

                            Caption: Every trek is different, so it’s essential to follow safety procedures     

                            Where to go

                            Trekkers are spoiled for choice in this beautiful region. If this is your first trek, the best thing to do is look for Everest view treks that offer the most features that suit you. Look at difficulty levels, trek length, budget, and scenery options to nail down the proper trek.

                            • Everest Base Camp is the most popular option for anyone looking for a spectacular close-up of the mountain. You can also see Sherpa villages on the way, as well as see the Dudhkoshi River and learn about famous mountaineers who have gone before you.

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                              • Annapurna Circuit offers stunning views of the Annapurnas, Macchupucchre, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. Trekkers acclimate as they traverse various landscapes, from fresh alpine valleys to arid peaks. This moderately complex trail lasts 14 days.
                              • Manaslu Base Camp is a stunning trek with incredible vistas of the peaks along the Nepal-Tibet border. It is an adventurous trek for those looking for something more challenging and remote. The rugged terrain demands that a Nepali guide or Porter accompany at least two trekkers, which takes around 15 days.

                              There are many more treks to choose from, so consider what you hope to achieve with your tour and use the criteria to determine which one is right for you.

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                              Climbing Everest does not come without its difficulties. You’re more likely to get into MENSA than make it up to the summit and back safely, so it is essential to take extra precautions to ensure your safety.

                              First, ensure that a guide always accompanies you, and let other people know your plans so that someone will see if you are missing. Stick to the high side of the route and get regular weather updates to stay ahead of any changes in wind direction and conditions.

                              It’s important to remember that avalanches will likely occur after heavy snowfall. Avoid Trekking when snow is predicted or following an earthquake to minimize risk.

                              Altitude sickness is a real danger in Nepal. It happens when the body does not get enough oxygen to allow the body to function normally. Cut back on sugar, stroll uphill, and stay hydrated to minimize the effects.

                              A guide to travel in Nepal will provide you with a lifetime’s worth of memories. You remember to pack the right equipment. Choose the correct route and take all the safety precautions to ensure you have the best possible time.

                              Your Trek Leader and Support Staff

                              An experienced trekking guide and Porter will lead your Nepal trekking guide and Porter, joining you from Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Lukla at your convenience. Our guides have trained for and attained a Trekking Guide license provided by the Government.

                              The license exam is organized by TAAN and the Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHAM) annually. They have vast knowledge about the trekking trails and kinds of medical treatments and emergency services, as well as first aid, altitude sickness, and other relevant issues. Our Porter will safely take your belongings, making walking easy, pleasant, and comfortable. Our Sherpa and Porter will carry a maximum of 30 kg for two trekkers’ bags. If you have any extra weight, we suggest you hire another porter, which will cost you an additional amount.

                              Passport and Visa info

                              in your Nepal trip checklist, ensure you have a valid passport with at least six months of validity from the return date. You can obtain visas for Nepal from the Nepalese Consulate in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu Airport. USD 30 or equivalent convertible currency for 15 days for single/multiple entries. If you get a visa for 30 days, It is USD 50 or equivalent convertible currency. USD 125 or equivalent convertible currency for 90 days for single/multiple entries

                              You can get a Nepal visa before arrival from the Nepalese Embassy in your home country. Likewise, you can quickly get a visa upon arrival at Kathmandu airport and other borders from Nepal.

                              We find that most travelers find themselves having difficulty as sometimes they don’t have money to get a visa at the time of their arrival. There is no ATM inside the visa section. Though there is a provision for an ATM outside, it is more likely that it doesn’t work sometimes. So, for your comfort, we recommend you bring the cash US$ to get them on arrival visa.

                              Health Guidelines:

                              Trekking in Nepal is a beautiful experience and doesn’t involve many risks. However, we suggest you carry out a standard health check and advise your doctor about your travel plans before arriving in Nepal. If required, immunizations should be taken at least six weeks before arrival.

                              Always have valid health insurance for the whole period of your trip. You can enjoy your Nepal travel guide vacations only when you feel healthy and spirited from the inside. And make sure you are healthy so you can make the trip easily. Thus, we present you with tips on staying healthy before these enjoyable vacations to a great destination become a burden and you go on a journey while you are away.

                              Before you go:

                              1. Immunizations or vaccinations, if needed, should be taken at least six weeks before you leave. Some vaccines need about six weeks after you get the shots to reach the highest protection level
                              2. Get your medical and dental check-up before starting your trip. This will help you be aware of any problems.

                              Then, you can learn about medicines you might need to take.
                              3. Enquire fully about your health insurance, in case you might see a doctor while you’re in another country. Take your regular medicines in their original containers and extra prescriptions for them. Also, bring your eyewear prescriptions. Bring a first-aid kit along.
                              Vaccines You Might Get
                              Nepal doesn’t officially require any immunizations to enter the country. However, several significant diseases can be prevented, or immunizations significantly decrease the risks.
                              Consult your doctor once before your Nepal travel guide trip so that he can decide if you need any vaccinations. The treatments you should consider for a Nepal trip include the following:1. Hepatitis A
                              2. Hepatitis B
                              3. Japanese Encephalitis
                              4. Meningococcal meningitis
                              5. Polio
                              6. Rabies
                              7. Tetanus and diphtheria Toxoids
                              8. Typhoid fever

                              Money Exchange for the trek

                              If you trek or tour Nepal, you will need extra money for your expenses. Nepal banknotes are available in Rupees 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 250, 500, and 1000 denominations, and coins are available in Rupees 1, 2, 5, and 10. Foreign currencies must be exchanged only through banks or authorized money exchangers.

                              The receipts of such transactions are to be obtained and retained. Upon arrival, visitors can exchange foreign currency at the airport’s foreign exchange counter; although their rates are pretty low, it is better to trade in the city.

                              You can also withdraw money from ATMs. There are many in the city, and they allow a maximum of 40,000 per day. Note: Most established banks in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn, or faded. Please ensure you have new, clean notes on your Nepal trip checklist.


                              Accommodation for most of the trek in Nepal is now in a lodge and a teahouse. They care about a basic locally owned guest house with a shared bathroom; some guest houses also offer to attach rooms. The good trekking route now has luxurious lodges like Everest and Annapurna. If you want to stay at the luxury lodge, contact us in advance, and we can book it for you at an extra cost.

                              You will sleep in a bare room with a bed, mattress, bed cover, and pillow. It would help if you had your sleeping bag and better have a liner. The facilities are pretty bare at the lodge. Some places have no electricity but solar power in the dining room. You can charge your battery for cell phones and cameras at extra cost.

                              Food During the Trekking in Nepal

                                We will eat at the local guest house. Our package includes your daily meals, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner. All the guest houses have a menu fixed by a National park or conservation area project. There are local and international hygienic food choices.

                              You will eat at the same tea house where you stay. Being vegetarian is better in high altitudes and remote areas. The meat items are carried long, so they are not fresh. The typical Nepali food is Dal Bhat ( Rice lentil, mixed vegetable curry, and pickle)

                              For breakfast, you will have a choice of pancakes (plain, apple, cinnamon, lemon, etc.) served with peanut butter or honey, porridge, egg items (scrambled, boiled, fried, omelet), and bread (toast, chapatti). For lunch and dinner, try Nepali food; they will also serve pasta, pizza, garlic soup, momos, curry, macaroni, and other rice and noodle-based dishes are served.

                              Drinking water during your trek

                              Care for water in your Nepal trip checklist for Trekking or any tour. We suggest you drink 3/4 liters of water daily on the trail. Meanwhile, bottled mineral water can be purchased all over Kathmandu and along popular trekking trails. Plastic water bottles are a significant problem in Nepal’s mountain areas, so travelers should purify their water instead of relying on bottled water.

                              Get water purification iodine or tablets. They are small, cheap, and light to carry. Another better way is to get water filters; they are easy to maintain and use. You can bring two reusable water bottles so that you always have one bottle to drink from while the water in your other bottle is being purified.

                               Showers and electricity – Most tea houses during the trek have solar hot showers and cold showers available. Few places ever charge the cost for hot showers for the extra cost of around USD 3 to 4. Electricity is usually available in most parts of the route with hydropower; you can charge your battery for the camera and phone; usually, they charge an extra cost of about USD 1 to 2 for complete battery charging.

                              Health and Fitness:

                              The main thing for trekking and hiking in Nepal is to think positively and walk 5- 6 hours on the rocky trail. You can be fit for the trek before you arrive here by doing small exercises in your home country. The more stamina you build up, the more effortless it is to trek for high altitude trekking. You can do running, cycling, Zumba, or some yoga practices to boost your stamina. You will walk 5 to 7 hours daily, so be prepared for your legs. The best exercise you can do at home is squats and lunges.

                              Altitude sickness:  Our entire Nepal trek itinerary is designed to climb slowly to prevent altitude sickness. When we ascend above 2500 meters, our bodies must acclimate to the decreasing amount of oxygen available. The early symptoms are a headache, extreme fatigue, and loss of appetite. The only cure for Acute Mountain Sickness is to descend. When we climb slowly, avoid alcohol during your trek, eat crab food, and drink ¾ liters of water daily, which will help you.

                              Communication  during the trek

                              During the trek, internet service will be available at the lodges with some extra service charges. While you are in this area, many villages have telephone facilities. You can make international calls, and most places have wifi facilities. Now, you can contact your family and friends via the lodges. Our guide has a cellular phone, and we’ll communicate with them frequently to learn about the trek and your health.

                              Furthermore, we ensure you’re okay, safe, feel right, and have everything up there. Also, the easy way now is to get the local SIM card upon arrival at the airport, which has a 4g/3g network on most routes. Nowadays, Most places on the trekking route have wifi service available. Typically, wifi works for every part of the trek in lodges/lodges, which will be provided with a minimal fee or someplace free.

                              Travel rescue Insurance for a guide to travel in Nepal

                              We suggest you have a complete travel insurance package that covers medical, personal accident, and emergency evacuation. Furthermore, it should include trip cancellation, loss of gears, natural calamity, theft of or damage to baggage, etc. While trekking at high altitudes, you get illnesses, minor injuries, or sickness. If you have any problems and get ill or injured during your trek, Above the Himalayan trekking will take care of you, and in an emergency, we will rescue you.

                              Suppose minor injuries, such as health problems and altitude sickness, occur during the trek. Our staff will descend on you immediately. Emergency Above the Himalayan trekking company will arrange helicopter rescues for more serious medical issues.

                              We need a guarantee of payment from your insurance company, a cash deposit, or a promise from Kathmandu. While you are trekking with Above The Himalaya Trekking, we will arrange the travel rescue insurance and initial payments. We will claim the refund from your insurance company again. When you buy the insurance, it should cover both rescue and medical assistance. We suggest you provide your complete insurance information when you book your trip with us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation and get emergency medical help for an emergency case.

                              Tipping Info for a guide to travel in Nepal

                              Tipping is not mandatory, but In the hospitality industry of Nepal, the workers expect some tips while you are on your tour or Trekking.

                              While on the tour and Trekking, you can tip the guide and Porter. Usually, people list 10% off their trip payable amount. Suppose you have booked the complete board package for your Trekking and tour. But if you hire a guide and porter service, you can tip differently on a per-day calculation basis.

                              We don’t suggest tipping while you have something to eat at the restaurant as they have already taken a 10% service charge and 13% Government Taxes. However, while you enter the hotel, the bellhop may expect some tipping, and you can get some minor changes for this purpose.

                              Equipment Renting and buying: It is wise to bring all your clothing and gear from home; however, in Kathmandu and Pokhara, there are many shops where you can buy and rent trek-related equipment.

                              Your trekking luggage:  You will have one Porter for two trekkers to carry your luggage. The maximum weight per trekker is 15 kg, as we never overload our porters. However, you only have your valuables in your backpack., including your sleeping bag and down jacket; other items not required on a trek can be stored in our office or your hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

                              Transportation Car, Jeep, Tourist, and local bus options

                              In your Nepal trip checklist, read about different means of transport. You can take a private car, Jeep, and tourist bus to the significant trek start point of the other trekking regions. We can also hire a local sharing jeep if you have a short time and shorten the trip.

                              We can also use the same means of transport for the return trek to Kathmandu or Pokhara. From Pokhara to Kathmandu, you can take 25 25-minute flight or 6/7 hours drive by bus or private car. The primary way to get there is by driving. Above the Himalayas, Trekking is always careful when choosing the best transport options available for your travel period. We select the means of transport based on your package itinerary and budget.

                              Flight Options

                              Most of the local towns have flights to start your trek. We can also fly to Pokhara and start the trek there. Another business in a small provincial town is Lukla, a small Sherpa village located at 2800 meters above sea level.

                              Kathmandu to Lukla flight offers spectacular views of the 18 highest peaks, and interestingly, four lie above an altitude of 8000 meters. It is about 35 minutes flight from Kathmandu. However, in the busy season, flights divert from Ramechhap to Lukla. To get to Ramechhap, you need to drive for 4 hours. We will take you to the airport and back to the hotel by private transport two times for the trip.

                              The Kathmandu to Pokhara flight is more accessible and takes just 25 minutes. Many flights go on daily. Similarly, you can take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. For the Langtang trek, there are no flight options. You can drive by local bus or private Jeep.

                              Flight delay/cancelation  and changes in the itinerary:

                              Sometimes, the flight can be delayed or canceled if the weather is terrible. This mostly happens for the Lukla and Jomsom sectors. Be aware that flights in the mountains are based on weather conditions. We constantly endeavor to make sure you reach your destination on time. For any trekking adventure, we will re-arrange your ticket to the next available flight.

                              If Lukla’s flights are delayed, the client bears all additional expenses, including food and accommodation costs. If you wish to make alternative arrangements, such as a helicopter flight, to avoid flight delays, all other expenses will be your responsibility.

                              In your Nepal trip checklist, we will try to accommodate you with the same hotel in case of flight delays. We will look for other hotels to determine your availability if it is unavailable until we have a confirmed flight. We will adjust the itinerary to ensure you get as much time as possible in the mountains. This may mean reducing/removing the Kathmandu nights at the end of the trip.

                              Hotel arrangements after a flight delay

                              Ensure the flight gets delayed in your guide to travel in Nepal trip checklist. As a result, if you need a hotel, we have to find availability. We will try to manage the same hotel that you used earlier at night. However, in the season, hotels are mostly complete, and it is pretty challenging to get a room. If we can’t get a room in the hotel, we will find alternative options for you.

                              The check-in time policy applies to guests arriving after 2 p.m. We try to get the room ready as soon as possible. Furthermore, you can put on your bag and use the hotel’s facilities. The hotel will ask you for the extra night’s cost directly, or you can pay for your guide also.

                              Trip extension

                              After finishing our package treks and any tour, and if you still have extra days for a guide to travel in Nepal, don’t worry. We will help you make your spare time easier. There are lots of things to do, such as different activities. You can go to Chitwan National Park for a jungle safari tour or a day Hiking trip.

                              You can also travel to Pokhara, a famous place for adventure activities.
                              Furthermore, you can try paragliding, ultralight flights, and bungee jumping. We can arrange other tours and make these extra activities optional tours for you. We will also arrange a tour of Tibet and Bhutan. So, if you plan for the Tibet tour and Bhutan after you have a guide to travel in Nepal, please let us know.

                              Buddha Jayanti in Nepal, Its Date and Celebration

                              Nepal is the country of the great Himalayan trails and the land where Gautam Buddha was born. Every festival in Nepal is celebrated with colossal pride and excitement. All festivals are equally important in Nepal, no matter their religion. Buddha Jayanti is one of many such festivals.

                              Buddha Jayanti in Nepal celebrates the unlimited knowledge that Lord Buddha has provided. On the day of Buddha, the Jayanti people also memorize his life, his deeds of enlightenment, and his death. People refer to the death of Lord Buddha as Mahaparinirana.

                              Lord Buddha was born in the western Terai plans of Nepal. He was born into the family of King Suddhodhana and Queen Maya Devi. While pregnant with Gautam Buddha, She also loved to walk around the garden, so she got into labor while roaming.

                              She gave birth to them in the garden, using the branches of the trees as support. Buddha was born on the night of Purnima (a full moon day) in 682 B.C. As the king’s son, he was given every privilege. But he firmly believed in taking some steps and educating people about humanity’s importance.

                              Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini, on the Kapil Vastu, in western Terai Nepal. After his birth, Buddha spent his first 29 years in Devdaha, his maternal home; during his stay there, he visited many sacred places and monasteries around the country.

                              Visit the Boudhanath and Swoyambhunath during the festival

                              Two great stupas, Shyambhunath and Baudhanatha, were also established in honor of Lord Buddha. UNESCO has also enlisted these stupas as a World Heritage site.

                              On this day, the government of Nepal has declared a public holiday to celebrate Buddha Jayanti. This festival is mainly celebrated around the Buddhist Monuments of Nepal: Swyanbhunath Stupa, Lumbini, Bouddhanath Stupa, etc. Near this Temple, different images of Buddha and scrolls are kept for display.

                              Devotes from all over the country gather in the early morning to worship and walk around the shrines in ritual circumlocution on this auspicious day. On this day, devotees offer butter lamps, rice, flowers, coins, etc. Various prayer ceremonies are organized during Buddha Jayanti.

                              This festival is celebrated not only in Nepal but also in other countries. On this day, all the Buddhist Monuments are decorated with colorful flags and flowers. Devotes spend the entire day in the Vihara, participating in group meditation, lectures on Buddhist Scripture, worshipping the Lord Buddha statue, eating Kheer, and sharing food and clothing with poor people.

                              Not only Buddhists but also Hindus celebrate this festival. The reason for celebrating this festival is to memorize the birth and death of Lord Buddha and to attain knowledge. If you plan to visit Nepal during this festival, it can be a fantastic lifetime experience, and you can witness and participate in this event. We highly recommend that you join our tour of Nepal during your visit.

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                                Traditions of Buddha Purnima

                                Buddha Purnima is the most significant festival for all the Nepalese people. Gautam Buddha founded Buddhism around 3000 years ago. There have been various controversies about the exact day when Buddha was born or died; however, according to the Buddhist tradition, he was also said to have been born on April 8 and died on February 15, around 949 BC. Gautam Buddha was one of the Shakya who had a small clan. The kingdom was situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and is now south of central Nepal.

                                Traditionally, on Buddha Purnima, people dressed differently, mostly wearing white. They also make a rice pudding, which they call Kheer. Kheer is made on the occasion of Buddha Purnima to remember the legendary story of a woman named Sujata who once offered Gautam Buddha Kheer on his birthday. So, since then, providing KKheer to the monasteries has been a tradition. Dharma chakra is another crucial thing to remember about Buddha Purnima.

                                It is said that the dharma wheel is the symbol seen during Vesak. The wheel is mainly made of a wooden wheel with eight spokes. The dharma wheel is essential for Buddhists as it represents the teaching of Lord Buddha towards the path of enlightenment. Those eight spokes on the wheel represent this noble eightfold path of Buddhism.

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                                When is Buddha Purnima?

                                Buddha Purnima is the most sacred and awaited day of the year. This festival is celebrated not only by Buddhists but also by people worldwide. This is the day when people celebrate and ensure humanity among themselves. People enjoy this festival with great enthusiasm and Delight. The exact date of Buddha Purnima falls on the fourth month in the Chinese lunar calendar. Although the date varies yearly, this day typically falls on the Jestha month of the Hindu calendar, around May on the English calendar.

                                Although people of all religions celebrate Buddha Jayanti nowadays, only Buddhist followers have been celebrating this festival. Since the conference of Buddhists held in South Lanka in 1950, it has been official that people of all religions could enjoy Buddha Purnima. Followers of Buddhism take every full moon as sacred. This particular full moon on Jestha has separate significance as lord buddha was born on this day.


                                Buddha  Jayanti 2025 date

                                Buddha Purnima, commonly called Buddha Jayanti, is the most auspicious day for Buddhists. It celebrates the birth anniversary of Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. On this day, Lord Buddha found the alignment and drew the path to humanity. Many countries, including Nepal and India, also provide a national holiday for Buddha Purnima.

                                Buddha Purnima’s date varies yearly, so 2024 Buddha Jayanti falls on Thursday, May 23. Every year, the full moon day in the month of the Hindu calendar is the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. Interestingly, on the date of his birthday, Lord Buddha served enlightenment and left his body to achieve Mahaparinirana, which is said to be his ultimate salvation.

                                How is this festival celebrated in Nepal?

                                Being the hometown of Lord Buddha, Buddha Purnima has special significance in Nepal. It would help if you visited Lumbini, as the entire place is decorated with lights and flowers. Thousands of people visit Lumbini every year on the day of Buddha Jayanti. The beautiful Maha Maya Mandir, made in memory of Queen Maya Devi, will be reopened. This Temple is about 300 years old and is the oldest building with an ancient structure.

                                However, this Temple was destroyed by the earthquake. Different forms of celebrating are done for honoring lord Buddha. Compassion and wisdom are the great messages that Buddha had given. An organization known as the Buddha Jayanti Committee was established in 2003 to celebrate Buddha Jayanti with proper rituals. This organization also takes care of the Buddhist culture, their ideas, and Buddha’s life. Along with that, here are some social works that are done in memory of lord buddha: –

                                • Social media, radio, and T.V. channels organize different talk shows about Buddhism. T.V. channels run a separate program featuring Buddhist teachers. They discuss the abbot ceremony in Buddhism. People remember Buddhist philosophy from the day of Buddha Jayanti.
                                • Different organizations hold nationwide quizzes on Buddha for schoolchildren. These social events help people understand the life of Buddha and Buddhist arts and cultures.
                                • Every year, on the occasion of Buddha Jayanti, a blood donation Campaign is held at monasteries, including Swayambunath and Boudhanath.
                                • Social organizations collaborate with medical groups to organize free health campaigns elsewhere.
                                • Food and clothes distribution programs are held to help poor and helpless people.
                                • Social awareness rallies are also conducted on the special occasion of Buddha Purnima.

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                                Happy Buddha Jayanti

                                Buddha Purnima is sacred and one of Nepalese people’s most important days. Many programs were organized throughout the country on the day of Buddha Jayanti. Today, people offer different things to the Bodhi tree planted in Bihar. Following the knowledge given by lord buddha, people help poor and needy people by providing them with food and clothes. On this day, people visit buddhis monasteries and stupas.

                                The oldest monastery in the Khumbu region in Nepal is where the most fantastic celebration of this festival is held. Buddhist monks read their traditional book based on Lord Buddha’s life story. Many people also pledge to live a life of non-violence and harmony. This year, 2021, as the entire world is suffering from the coronavirus pandemic, learning Buddha Jayanti might not be limited to your home due to the restrictions.

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                                  Buddha Purnima Significance

                                  During the entire month of Buddha Purnima, Buddhist people eat non-vegetarian food. They make different types of food to offer in stupas in Buddha Jayanti. They also wear white clothes and conduct charity events. People feed animals and homeless people on the day of Buddha Purnima. The different organizations held rallies against social problems, remembering the lessons of lord buddha. People do yoga, offer water to the plants, and meditate.

                                  Buddha Purnima has a different significance. Mainly, Buddhist people gather around the monasteries and stupas to offer prayers, meditate, and chant Buddhist songs. There is the tradition of keeping fast and helping others on the occasion of Buddha Purnima to cherish his knowledge. Besides the Buddhist people, Hindu people also perform rituals on Buddha Jayanti. Hindu people believe that taking a holy bath at the Ganga River will keep away all the sins from their lives.

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                                  There have been various disputes about the origin of  Buddhism. However, many people believe that Buddhism was established in Nepal. Buddha went to many countries, including India, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka, so Buddhism significantly impacted these countries. Lord Buddha is now said to be the time of revival and rejuvenation of mystical and regional thoughts. Buddha establishes the system of philosophical, spiritual, and social importance in life.

                                  The life of Siddhartha is often referred to as the elimination of suffering. Lord Buddha created the path all humans can follow to become free from suffering. Buddhism is based on “the Nobel eightfold path” or the “middle way path” formed by Lord Buddha.

                                  Gautam Buddha sacrificed his life to teach people the true meaning of life. He told the world that the cycle of birth and rebirth depends on Karma. Gautam Buddha was a great personality who guided people to religion and spirituality. He inspired people to help each other in need and maintain peace.

                                  People remember the four Nobel paths drawn by Lord Buddha in Buddha Jayanti. Gautam Buddha taught people the importance of good works rather than other things. He left all his privileges as king to make the world a better place. Lord Buddha is also important for Hindu people because he is taken as the ninth form of Lord Vishnu.

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                                    What is the eightfold path set by lord buddha?

                                    We all know how lord buddha spends his entire life teaching people to respect each other and have humanity among all plants and animals. Although Buddha came from a privileged life, he sacrificed his life for the entire world’s welfare.

                                    • Right Speech (Samma vaca)

                                    Right to speech means avoiding or not lying, backbiting, and slander. Or you are saying anything that may cause negativity among people, resulting in conflict, enmity, hatred, and disunity. You should also always speak well about people and spread positivity among them.

                                    • Right action (Samma kammanta)

                                    This path, created by Lord Buddha, promotes morality and peace in society. Today’s generation has been destroying other people’s lives, stealing, and being dishonest. They are losing an honorable life, so Buddha teaches people to create peace to live a meaningful life.

                                    • Right livelihood (Samma ajiva)

                                    right to live means that we should live by not harming other beings. One should not believe in evil works such as trading arms or weapons, drinking alcohol, or killing animals. According to lord buddha, you should not give pain to other living beings to fulfill our needs. We should respect every living being on this planet.

                                    • Right effort (Samma Vayama)

                                    Right to effort implies preventing evil thoughts from entering life. One should also try to kill evil thoughts and improve one’s life. For that, one should see the positive side of everything. One should develop and try to bring perfection to everything.

                                    • Rightful mildness

                                    People should have the proper mindfulness, i.e., sensations or feelings toward everybody and thoughts about everything. One should always keep others’ emotions in regard. It would help if you did not have any opposing thoughts about anything. It would help if you did not have hatred in your mind against anything. We also must always try to keep peace in everything we do.