There’s no shortage of trekking tours through Nepal, home to the highest mountains on earth with scenery to die for. Visit Sherpa villages on the way to the famous Everest Base Camp, ride an elephant through Chitwan National Park, home to the bengal tiger and the indian rhinoceros. The many colourful festivals begin with religion and end as a social event . A visit to fascinating Kathmandu is not to be missed.
"Hi Cigdem, my name is Troy and I am from Brisbane. I will be joining you on the trek to Everest Base Camp. Looking forward to the adventure and fun ahead. Ps have just joined Facebook for this trip. Thanks to friends guiding me on how it works, chat soon, cheers!"
commented 15 May
"Since I was a child I had a dream of once going to the mighty Sagarmatha. When I was medical student I missed an opportunity, but now at 55 I grasped my chances. Finding trekking companies for the Solukhumbu is not difficult. But a good one, I found only by studying well the different websites, test..."
reviewed 2 Mar
"This trip was the most amazing experience of my life. It was physically and mentally very difficult at times, but I would do it all again in a heart beat. It was an amazing challenge and biggest accomplishment ive ever achieved.I met amazing people along the way and lifelong friends as well. Our am..."
reviewed 14 Nov
Just wanted to see who else is in our group for this trek! My husband and I are quite excited to visit Nepal for the first time! This will be our second trekking trip with KE. "
commented 19 Mar
"Join Glyn Harper and help him complete his personal Great Himalayan Trial while you do a couple of sections of yours. He walked all the sections in 2012, but is missing parts of Everest & Rolwaling section.
Rest assured. This will be one of the most memorable journeys you will have ever made."
commented 25 Jan
"Great, active tour of Nepal - encompassing city and country. You visit many local villages and meet the people along your trek. Meals on the trek are particularly good. Outside of the trek, accommodations and transportation are basic. You visit many of the most important cultural sites. You m..."
reviewed 5 Mar
"great to see both countries!! It was a good taste of northern India and Varanasi was definitely a highlight!! Wouldnt have enjoyed India as much without it! and Nepal is so amazing! fantastoc to do it after India coz much more chilled and you can get right into it. Lumbini, buddha's birthplace was t..."
reviewed 6 Feb