Off The Beaten Path Trekking

Off The Beaten Path Trekking Quantities of regions in Nepal have only recently become identified to Tourists and development is still in its early life. These treks are away from the more popular trails and provide a wilderness experience in both natural and cultural aspect. You can observe the isolated mountain villages of Nepal where people are surviving by growing their own food. People are unaffected by modern civilization, no politics but they have a quite happy life with their own civilization and Culture. Exploring these areas gives different pleasures to the trekkers. Actually these treks give you a very special experience of the real Nepal. In some remote land of Nepal there are no tea house/lodges on the track. So the fully organized camping is only one option.

Trips of Off The Beaten Path Trekking

  • Ganesh Himal Trekking

    Ganesh Himal Trek, not frequented by many tourists and it situated in central Nepal, northwest of Kathmandu the terraced hillsides seem to climb to the sky. Many interesting ethnic groups a mixed of lifestyle offer you a glimpse into real Nepali life and this gives visitors an opportunity to observe the rich Nepalese...

  • Panch Pokhari

    This trek to Panch Pokhari at the base of Jugal Himal offers pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure. This area offers a combination of rich cultural heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity as you trek to a group of high altitude holy lakes, sacred to both Buddhist and Hindu people.

  • Rolwaling Trekking

    Rolwaling is a valley extending east-west just south of the Tibetan border below Mt. Gauri Shanker (7,145 m). It lies to the west of the Everest region. Not many people go trekking here and it is secluded from the rest of the country. The Rolwaling area offers varied cultures and stark landscapes.

  • Dhaulagiri French Pass Trekking

    Dhaulagiri French Pass Trek Dhaulagiri (White Mountain), separated from the Annapurna region by Kali Gandaki Gorge (deepest in the world) includes some fifteen peaks above 7000mt. The trekking in this area is relatively strenuous and needs some mountaineering knowledge. Magdi Glacier, Dhaulagiri...

  • Bhairav Kunda Trekking

    Bhairav Kund is named after the destructive aspect of Lord Shiva (Bhairav) and is one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Shamans. Both Hindus and Buddhist devotees visit this high altitude (4200m) holy mountain lake (‘kund’) to pay homage and bathe away sins during every Bhadra (August) Full Moon.

  • Gorkha - Pokhara Trekking

    A 25 kilometer road off the main highway connecting Pokhara and Kathmandu brings you to an ancient Gorkha - the untouched and captivating town of Nepal. Gorkha to Pokhara Trek is an easy trek providing a wonderful insight into Nepalese rural life with few uphill climbs of any significance.

  • Churen Himal Trekking

    Churen Himal trek is virgin trekking trail of Nepal Himalayas. Churen Himal trek offers an opportunity to discover areas, which remain practically, untouched and still retain an Individual lifestyle without being affected by western influences. In Churen Himal you will have a chance to trek into the mass of the Dhorpatan...