Off Beaten Treks
These treks are suitable for serious trekkers who dare to venture “the road less traveled”. As the name suggests these treks lead you to remote regions of Nepal requiring self motivation during the entire trip. These long duration treks covering routes of high elevation are physically demanding. Yet, as the adage goes the fruit of labor is always sweet, so is yours. You will be treated to the delights of simple village life and the varied cultures, the wonders of the diverse eco-system and the awe inspiring experience of trekking the high mountain passes and the pristine glaciers.
These types of trekking must be of camping treks because in these areas there are no lodges and Camping treks are organized by us with full board support. We provide extensive advice about equipment, health and travel, arrange flights to Nepal and ensure that everything work smoothly throughout the trek.
This remote and challenging trek for the more adventurous walker circles Dhaulagiri, the seventh highest mountain in the world. The name means "white Mountain": towering in solitary splendors, this magnificent peak rises as a giant shoulder of shining ice and snow.
The high valleys north of the Ganesh range on the Tibetan border are the complete wilderness and away from much of the trekkers. This very trek is newly introduced by us and all of our clients are lucky enough to obtain the permission to enter this beautiful area.
Panch Pokhari is named after 5 holy ponds and Hindus religiously respect the place. This is just northeast of Kathmandu toward snow wall.
Bhairav Kund - means in Sanskrit a holy lake named after a destructive name of lord Shiva the "Bhairav". The place "Bhairav Kunda" is located to the northeast of Kathmandu and next right to Panch Pokhari and closer to Nepal - Tibet border.
If you want to escape the congestion of commercialized trekking trails and get ‘off-the-beaten track’ then plan your trek to the recently developed trekking route, the 'Numbur Cheese Circuit (NCC)'. Located in Ramechhap, around 190 km east of the capital city Kathmandu.