Mountain guide, specialized in expeditions in Nepal, Tibet,
Bhutan and Sikkim.
I organize you personalised itineraries according to your desires and
physical condition. You will encounter the most exceptional and typical
Let you guided and charmed by these countries with an incredible culture...
Tented or Tea House trekking trails or altitude trekking.
These treks offer you the opportunity to climb high mountains. Even the
short rises present the most wonderful panoramas.
For the beginners, we propose easy tours and visits of the wildlife :
Khumbu Everest Best camp
This trek leads northwest out of Pokhara via an ancient route to Tibet
across glaciers, past gorges and waterfalls until you reach Annapurna
Base Camp. From the base camp you have a close look at the high mountains,
passing through the famous Gorkha soldiers’ village on the way. In these
places you will find a wealth of ancient culture and traditions, different
from any you’ve seen before. At the final destination, you will find the
sanctuary awaiting you with a hearty welcome. 14 days.
On this trek, you can see Buddhist monasteries and beautiful
villages. Walking up and over hills and valleys, you can view Mt. Dhaulagiri,
Machhapuchhre and other peaks. You will not forget the gorgeous views
of the Himalayas from this trek. Note that Jomsom is the starting point
of the Mustang trek. 14 days.
This is the most popular and famous trek in Nepal. It is distinct from
any other treks by its variety of people, culture, landscapes and natural
scenery. Crossing over Thorang Pass to Muktinath, a holy place for Hindus
and Buddhists, you will have a close look at Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri,
and Machhapuchhre the virgin peak. 21 days.
Base Camp -
The highest mountain peak in the world is an inevitable attraction to
trekkers and nature lovers. This trek starts from Jiri, at an altitude
of 2,300 m, and continues up to Everest Base Camp, 5,356 m. On the way,
you will see the Sherpa culture and traditions, and ancient monasteries
are a common sight. Passing through deep forests, over steep mountains,
and through beautiful villages, you will then trek from Namche back to
Lukla, from where you fly back to Kathmandu. 14 - 28 days.
East-West valley in the tibetan border, at feet of Gaurishankar. Trekking
in a little populated valley. Passage of the Tesi Lapcha pass - 5,755
m. Possibility to envisage the climb of Pachermo
6,273 m. Period : April-May & September-November. 15 to 22 days.
One of the holiest sites for Hindus, Gosainkunda Lake is situated at the
altitude of 4,312 m. There are more than one hundred lakes in the vicinity,
all total. Beautiful landscapes are a common sight on this trek. Thousands
of pilgrims visit this
area every year during the festival. 10 days
Langtang is a narrow valley, that lies just south of the Tibetan border,
sandwiched between the main Himalayan range to the north and slightly
lower range of snow clad peaks to the south. This high and isolated region
is inhabited by people of Tibetan origin. Langtang valley offers an opportunity
to explore villages and monasteries as to visit glaciers at the head of
valley and views of Mt. Langtang, Mt. Goasinkunda, Mt. Lirung, Mt. Ganesh
and Chinese mountains. 10 days.
This trek starts from Trishuli, 60 km away from the capital. Breath-taking
natural scenery is common : green hills, streams, waterfalls and thick
forest all appear on the way. A variety of ethnic groups such as Brahman,
Newar, Gurung and Tamang inhabit this area. On the way back to Kathmandu
via Gorkha, you will see the ancient Gorkha Palace of the late King Prithivi
Narayan Shah, founder of modern Nepal. Mt. Manslu, Mt. Buddha, Mt. Gorkha,
Mt. Lamjung and Mt. Ganesh I, II, and III can all be seen from close up.
Offers a hidden treasure for trekkers having a keen sense of enthusiasm
for exploring unseen and untouched routes. Passing through snowy mountains,
thickly forested hills and Thuliveri river Starting from Pokhara you will
also experience the diverse cultures of small villages – for your maximum
satisfaction. 30 days.
This newly opened place is still virgin land for almost all trekkers.
This trek begins from Gorkha. This place has diverse tradition and culture
of Tamangs and Sherpas. Indeed, the trekker who reaches this place feels
the pleasure of paradise. 25 days.
This trek begins from Pokhara, but if you are interested in going up to
Lomuthanka you need to fly to Jomsong, where the trek begins from Kagbeni.
This challenging route passes through flora and fauna, river gorges, thick
forests and glaciers. You can view various mountains and people of diverse
ethnicity and culture. 30 days.
You can make a trekup Arun River valley, which is the home of Rai and
Limbu people. Or you leave the Arun upstream, and enter the National Park
to ascend to the Base camp. The walking is harder here, you have to cross
three passes above 4000 m. altitude. A nice place for a side trip from
Makalu B.C is Barun Pokhari, situated high between glacier aside a lake,
and providing a beautiful mountain view. You retun by the same route (to
theArun), or cross a small pass to reach Lukla. 15 / 29 days.
This is the longest trek in Nepal. Viewing the flora and fauna of inner
Nepal, with panoramic views of mountains, you will pass through the Yalung
glacier at the highest altitude, while you will see cardamom farms at
the lowest altitude. You can reach Base Camp after 28 days, from which
you walk 3 days back to Taplejung (Suketar) Airport to fly to Kathmandu.
Mt. Kumbhakarna, Mt. Kiratchali, Mt. Nepal Peak, Pathibhara Himal and
Chang Himal are the famous mountains one can see from this trek. 30 days.
Cost of some trek