Nar Phu valley Trekking in Nepal

Warm greeting From Himalayan Country in the world. Ace vision Nepal offers many outdoor activities in Nepal, Among them, this is really remote, and very few tourists in this trekking area. Nar Phu Valley Trek lies in the most remote region of the Manang District and access is granted only with the purchase of a special Area. This area consists of two main villages – Nar with 300 permanent residents called Nar-ten and Phu with 200 permanent residents called Phu-ten. These remote villages are situated above the tree line and completely cut off during the snowy winter months. Residents of these valleys make their livelihood mainly from herding yak and trading meat, wool, and hide with the villages located in the lower regions of Manang.

Nar and Phu Valley Trek, Settled around the 10th Century by Tibetan herders and traders migrating south from Tibet, the inhabitants of Phu once placed a high value on their remote and strategic location. Tall stone lookout towers, now standing in ruins, were used to spot possible invaders coming from all directions and thick wooden doors were bolted shut at night locking the residents securely inside. We can have an entire day to explore this fascinating area. We can have the great pleasure of sightseeing inside the Tashi Lakhang Monastery, which sits high above the village. Tashi Lakhang – ‘the blessed house of gods’ is one of the oldest monasteries (or Gompas) in Manang. As well as it is an Annapurna Circuit Trekking in Nepal. The Gompa is one of 108 constructed by Lama Urgen Lhundup Gyatso and, along with the monastery in Braga, makes up the heart of spiritual life in the Manang District. It takes two days to reach Naar from Phu Village, the principal and seemingly more prosperous village in these remote valleys. Naar, situated at 13,730 feet, is also called Chuprong meaning ‘the place of Blue Sheep.

The original inhabitants of this valley are believed to be from Tibet’s ancient Shang Sung Kingdom arriving sometime in the 8th Century and converting from Bon to Buddhism after the birth of Buddha in Lumbini. Nar Village sits above a large flat plain that makes up the extensive agriculture fields being plowed by teams of humans and their yak. It seemed as though the entire village population are in the fields turning the soil and planting seeds in anticipation of the summer rains. As in Phu, wandering around the village and observing local life untainted by the outside world is fascinating.
Highlights of the Trip:

  • Exploring the lost valley of Naar and Phu Village,
  • Visit to the ancient Buddhist Monasteries including
  •  Tashi Lakhang Monastery is listed out of the 108 world’s great Buddhist Monasteries;
  •  it is believed to be the last monastery constructed by Karmapa Rinpoche,
  •  Ruined forts of the Khampa settlement (the place which Khampa refugees from Tibet  once captured and lived illegally),
  •   Nepal’s classic trek with a wide range of spectacular mountain scenery to cross Kang-la Pass,
  •  crossing over high suspension bridges,
  •  smooth gradual walking up through subtropical the dense Rhododendron and Pine forest to a Tibetan-influenced valley,
  •  meeting local people and their cultural mix takes in Gurung,
  •  Manangis communities, passing several Buddhist monuments and their traditional stone-walled villages,
  •   worthwhile side trip to Milarepa’s Cave from Braga,
  •   popular excursion trip to Praken Gompa and Chongar View Point from Manang,

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Tsum Valley Trek, Trekking in Nepal

The Tsum Valley trek is a relatively fresh destination for trekking in Nepal. A colorful and vivid valley on the foothills of the Shringi Himal (7061m) with the views of Ganesh and Manaslu Himal Ranges in the backdrop. The Tsum Valley Trek explores the mystical land of the Tsum and Nubri communities which prevail in the cultural brilliance. Along this route are historic monasteries such as the picturesque Rachen and Mu Gompas, while the trails are decorated with Chortens and Mani walls. Along the Manaslu region, the Manaslu Circuit Trek is a unique hike route in Nepal’s Himalayas.

Nepal is known as a Himalayan Country, We offer many trekking destinations in Nepal. We are outdoor specialized in Nepal. Known as a unique country in the world.  We offer Himalayan trekking in Nepal.  Tsum Valley Trek is one of the spectacular treks with rough steep tracks. This trek is culturally fascinating with strong continuing links to Tibet in the upper Budhi Gandaki. The main highlight of this trek is the strong, friendly, and hospitable people you see around, a living Buddhist culture, and untouched wildlife.

The word ‘Tsum’ came from the Tibetan work ‘Tsombo’, which means intense and we can only agree. The main occupation of the people here is agriculture and also the people are poor since they have been avoided by development for centuries. But this means that their unique culture has remained intact. Tsum Valley Trek-A unique Cultural & Mountain view.

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The Tsum Valley Trekking lies in the northern part of Manaslu and it used to be a restricted area until 2008. The people here have their own way of family life, which may be quite surprising and unique for many outsiders. The trek starts and ends in Arughat. First, the trek ascends the Budhi Gandaki Valley with a beautiful view of mixed dense forest, terraced fields, and hill villages. We also pass through the alpine forests, and glacial rivers, and enjoy the warm hospitality of ethnic people.

Then our treks pass through the regions of Liding, Machhakhola, Jagat, and Philim. This is also an opportunity to visit ancient Gompas like Rachen Gompa, Mu Gompa, and Dephyudonma Gompa. Tsum Valley trek is also famous for the attractive views of Himalchuli, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Ngadi Chuli, Sringi Himal, and other mountains. This place is truly a rich blend of Tibetan and Nepalese culture that offers a true adventure for visitors to Nepal.

Tsum Valley  Trek is a great trek to learn the culture and lifestyle of the people residing here. The package is a combination of the Tea house and Homestay. The tea house trek is comparatively the least cost so it is affordable for most of you. So don’t delay and call us to make your dream come true.

The Tsum valley trek begins from the market town of Arughat. We make our way up the tropical, forested hills, and settlements set among paddy fields. Gradually ascending through the valley above the Budhi Gandaki River basin passing the villages of Soti Khola, Machha Khola, Jagat, and Chisopani. Along the way, the landscape will change and the skyline will have views of different mountain ranges.

From Lokpa, the trek officially enters the Tsum Valley while passing villages like Chumling, Chhokang Paro, and the Nile. En route, you can also explore the Rachen Gompa, a local nunnery, which boasts immense history and cultural influence in the surrounding regions. Finally, your Tsum valley trek ends at Mu Gompa. In Mu Gompa, you will explore the revered monastery. This is heavily inspired by the cultures of Tibet in the north.

After a night’s homestay in Tsum Valley, We head back down the picturesque valley stopping over at different locations as we soak in the complete feel of the Tsum region. You will trek down from Mu Gompa to Chumling, Philim, Khorlabesi, Soti Khola, and finally, arrive at Arughat. Your trek ends at Arughat as you drive back to Kathmandu.

Ace Vision Treks/Nepal is a leading operator of treks, tours, and mountain expeditions in Nepal. With our vast knowledge and expertise in the region as well as past experience, we have fine-tuned our approach to guarantee the best trip for our guests.

Tsum Valley Trek Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive at Kathmandu airport & Transfer to hotel (1300m) 

As you land at Tribhuvan International Airport, you are welcomed by the rugged surroundings of the Kathmandu valley. If the weather is clear, you can see the uneven but beautiful landscape of the valley as you approach down. You will be picked up by an Ace vision representative, and transferred to your hotel. We will also organize a small welcome dinner for you.

Day 2: Sightseeing of Kathmandu valley & Trip meeting| Welcome to Dinner

Today Ace vision Provides full-day city sightseeing for Kathmandu valley a beautiful small valley where all the different cultures from Nepal’s many ethnic groups come together. This cultural fusion can be seen everywhere from architecture to cuisine. The valley is home to 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We recommend visiting Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, and Swayambhunath, and one of the three Durbar squares (Patan, Bhaktapur, or Kathmandu). In the evening, we will discuss the essentials of the trek. We will also organize a small welcome dinner for you.

Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Arughat Bazaar (550 m), Driving Duration: 8 to 9 hours

Today, we do a road trip from Kathmandu to Arughat. We first arrive at Dhading Bensi, the headquarters of Dhading, before embarking on a dirt road. The bumpy road is a scenic one as we take this route through the hills to Arughat. Arughat Bazar is a market town that spans to both sides of the Budhi Gandaki River.

Day 4: Trek from Arughat Bazar to Soti Khola (710 m), Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

You leave Arughat and cross the Budhi Gandaki River on a suspension bridge. As you walk through farm fields, you head on a trail through the forests. You eventually arrive at Shyanta Bazaar walking through the field of rice and eventually enter a lush forest. From here, you get a great view of Shringi Himal (7061m). You ascend on stone-paved trails through suspension bridges and waterfalls crossing the villages of Arkhet and Kuerepani on the way. Next, you arrive at Soti Khola.

Day 5: Trek from Soti Khola to Machha Khola (887 m), Trek Duration: 4 hours

You head further upstream along the Budhi Gandaki River and witness its fierce rapids. You trek most of the way through rock formations, with streams winding around until you get back on the trails sandwiched in between rice fields. You will also cross two waterfalls on your way to the Gurung village of Lapubesi. From here, you walk down along the riverbed before climbing to the village of Machha Khola.

Day 6: Trek from Machha Khola to Jagat (1340m), Trek Duration: 7 hours

The path from Machha Khola begins with an up and down trail. After crossing a stony ravine, you arrive at Khorlabesi. It is a small village situated amongst the wheat, buckwheat, and tobacco fields. From here, the climb up the valley is steep. You continue along the eastern side of the river and cross the small settlements of Dobhan and Yaru Khola to climb up the rock steps of Tharo Bharyang until you arrive at Jagat.

Day 7: Jagat to Chisopani (1660m), Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

From Jagat, firstly, we head along Budhi Gandaki River to Salleri and then carry on further to Sirdibas. The route to Ghatta Khola widens as you traverse down the picturesque valley. From here, you ascend to Philim, a mini valley that houses a modest police station and even a school. We witness the livelihoods of small Gurung communities as we walk past Philim to Chisopani.

Day 8: Chisopani to Chumling (2386m), Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Today, we will officially enter the Tsum Valley. The forest is dense with coniferous trees and Rhododendron trees scattered around. You will soon arrive at the village of Lokpa. Here, you get a wonderful view of the Himal Chuli and Boudha Mountain Ranges. About two and a half-hour ahead is the village of Gumlung. The path to Gumlung winds around the hilly forest, while Chumling lies further away across Siyar Khola.

Day 9: Chumling to Chhokang Paro (3031m), Trek Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Today you will trek alongside Siyar Khola all the way to Chhokang Paro, which is a Tibetan-Buddhist settlement. From their clothing to their trading activities, everything in Chhokang Paro is a tribute to Tibetan culture on Nepal’s side of the border. The route passes through various ancient monasteries like Tanju and Rainjam monasteries. As you near the village, you get a view of Ganesh Himal (7422m) and the Tibetan Mountain Range further in the background.

Day 10: Chhokang Paro to the Nile (3361 m), Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

Leaving Chhokang Paro, you trek to the Nile. On your way, you will see the Milarepa cave. The Buddhist saint, Milarepa, is believed to have meditated in the cave. Another attraction is the Chi Phu Gompa monastery engraved into the hillside. From afar, the monastery isn’t visible as it blends so well with the surroundings. You then, trek along the Siyar Khola until you arrive at the Nile.

Day 11: The Nile to Mu Gompa (3700m), Trek Duration: 3 hours

Today is a relatively shorter trekking day. You will cross a couple of suspension bridges, and pass the villages of Sengum and Sho Syong to arrive at Mu Gompa. The trail itself is pleasant, a gradual ascent of around three hours through the drylands with Chortens and Mani stones keeping you company. Mu Gompa is the largest Monastery in the region. The Gompa offers a great panoramic view of the mountains ahead.

Day 12: Sightseeing & Acclimatization at Mu Gompa (3700 m)

Today, we explore and get acclimatized to the altitude. From Mu Gompa, we can walk out of the Tsum valley into Dephu Doma Gompa. This Gompa is around 600 years old and is only a 45-minute hike from Mu Gompa. We can also visit the monastery, Dhephu Doma Gompa. It is surrounded by grassy meadows all around. You may also take the other option of trekking to Pika Himal. From here, you get a view of the Himalayas bordering Tibet and Ganesh Himal.

Day 13: Mu Gompa to Burgi Village (2386 m), Trek Duration: 5 hours

Today, we get back down along the east bank of the Siyar Khola. You will retrace the same way you walked to Mu Gompa. The trek is mostly downhill so this trek will not be too difficult. After about five hours of walking, we reach Burgi village.

Day 14: Burgi village to Chumling (2386 m), Trek Duration: 5 to 6 hours

You make your way back to Chhokang Paro and then back to Gho monastery for the second time. You enter back into the lower regions of Tsum arriving again at Chumling. You will walk past the smaller villages of Kowo and Tanju on the way. The trek initially will go downhill and go uphill for a while before doing downhill again to reach Chumling.

Day 15: Chumling to Philim (1570 m), Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Before we head to Philim, we arrive at Lokpa over level ground. The trek is pleasant but takes it easy on your knees. The trail is a mild descent over a long period. The village of Philim is a beautiful blend of different landscapes and the lifestyle of the villagers. It is a Gurung villager and is a viewpoint for Shringi Himal (7161m).

Day 16: Trek from Philim to Khorlabesi (970 m), Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

We trek back along the same path we came but today we plan to stop by Khorlabesi. We cross Sirdibas, Jagat, and Tatopani as we start to see more and more green vegetation around us. The trail follows the Budhi Gandaki River and you descend most of the way while the last stretch of the trek is an up and down the trail.

Day 17: Trek from Khorlabesi to Soti Khola (700 m), Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours

Today is the last of our long days of descent. The overall descent is not much and the trek today should be fairly pleasant. We will pass Lapubesi and other Gurung villages on the way. The trail from Lapubesi is rocky for a while. The Budhi Gandaki flows below us as we cross the tropical forests arriving at Soti Khola.

Day 18: Trek from Soti Khola to Arughat (550 m), Trek Duration: 3 to 4 hours

We pass back through the now familiar sights of farmed terraces, cultivated hillsides, waterfalls, and suspension bridges. The trek down back to Arughat is downhill and does not get very steep. We cross bigger villages and towns during our travel to the small settlements at higher altitudes. At Arughat, we can celebrate the successful completion of the Tsum Valley Trek.

Day 19: Drive from Arughat Bazaar to Kathmandu, Drive Duration: 7 to 8 hours

We drive back the picturesque road through Gorkha and Dhading districts back to Kathmandu. We catch the last mountain glimpses of the trip as well as the last experience of the hilly terrain of Nepal. Your trip commences once you arrive in Kathmandu. Feel free to do some souvenir shopping in Kathmandu if you are not tired out by the trek.

Day 20: Transfer to the international airport for your final flight departure

Our trip comes to a close. A representative of Ace Vision will accompany you and transfer you to the airport. We thank you for trusting us and giving us an opportunity to give your insight into one of the most pristine regions of Nepal. We hope we meet again and travel to another region in the future.

Mardi Himal Trek-Ace vision Nepal-Himalayan Travel Partner

Nepal is rich in culture and natural diversity. Nepal is one of the land lock and sovereignty countries in the world. Nepal is a Himalayan country situated on the lap of Himalayan. In general, Trekking means visiting for getting enjoyment and to learn about different things or traveling from one place to another place. Nepal is one of the best countries for traveling sector. In Nepal especially many countries people come to Nepal for trekking.

Annapurna circuit is one of the famous for trekking in Nepal. Especially in Nepal the famous trekking and peak climbing route is the Himalayan area. In Nepal Annapurna conservation area involves, Everest national park, Manaslu conservation area and upper mustang conservation area treks. In the Annapurna conservation area the main trekking in Annapurna circuit, Ghorepani poonhill, Annapurna base camp, Annapurna sanctuary. This is the best area of Annapurna conservation trek. Everest national park trek includes Everest base camp, Everest sanctuary, and Everest base camp via Gokyo- re trek. In Manaslu conservation trek Manaslu trek, Manaslu lark pass trek, Manaslu sanctuary trek, Manaslu with tsum valley trek. In upper mustang conservation area upper mustang, Langtang, Gosaikunda, Kanchenjunga is a major trekking area in Nepal. These are the major viewpoint of the western part of Nepal. Many visitors want to trek in Nepal to see the natural beauty of Nepal. These are the major trekking area of Nepal. In those areas every visitor can get maximum enjoyment. Many abroad visitors want to see the natural beauty of Nepal so almost every people want trekking in Nepal. Mainly visitor wants to see amazing views and maximum enjoyment and to learn about different things like tradition, cultural, religion environment and so on. In Nepal, visitors want to get enjoyment and learn about different things so visitor wants to visit above trekking area in Nepal. So, In Nepal visitors want to visit for an amazing view and natural resource. These above trekking areas are most popular in the world. In Nepal visitors can do different recreational activities which may be strange in another country.

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In Nepal Hikers can do sightseeing, trekking, rafting, jungle safari, paragliding, bungee jump, peak climbing, mountain flight, etc. From these sports and activities visitors can get both mental and physical enjoyment. Visitors could get maximum enjoyment from these activities. Different visitors want different activities from the above activities and do what they want to own self-views. From these activities travelers can get maximum enjoyment. Trekking makes peoples happy and joyful.

Nepal is a unique Country; here is a lot of different this to do. Trekking, Tours, Adventure activities, Pilgrim side visits among them Mardi Himal Trek is the short, and spectacular in the Annapurna region of Nepal where we stay in the tea house, try local food. We will be awarded with an opportunity of close look to excellent hill and mountain landscape.  We can observe massive Himalayan Mountains including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri Hiunchuli and Mardi Himal and many more.

The hike goes along small winding paths, through unbelievable rhododendron forests. Mardi Himal Trek package Cost itinerary provides a rare experience to the mountainous environment soaked view of greens hills, snow-capped mountain and walks into the dense forest of lovely rhododendron and oak.

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We walk through the trail with the constant view of the Annapurna mountain range and Dhaulagiri at the west. Mardi Himal is located beneath Mt. Machhapuchre(Fishtail) which is one of the holy mountains and unlimbered mountains up to now. You will get a magical outlook of Mt. Machhapurchre, Mt Hiunchuli and colorful Rhododendron forest will steal your heart. You will get a great chance to know the social-cultural values and lifestyle of the Magar and Gurung community.

During the trek, the astonishing sunrise and sunset views are impressive. If you are passionate about solo trekking then you will certainly love Mardi Himal trek. During the trek you first reached to Kande and you trek to Deulari which is at the altitude of 2232m. From Deulari you can get a chance to observe the Annapurna range and Pokhara valley.

Annapurna trekking trail and fallow the forested path to forest camp. As it is a new trekking destination you need to carry pack lunch and sufficient water. After passing through rhododendron forest can be reached to low camp. The view of Mt. Fishtail and Mardi Himal appears closer. From that it takes 1 hour more to reach an outstanding hill called Badal (cloud hill).

From there you can be reached to Mardi Himal Base Camp where a trip is more difficult than other days with a steep climb and longer walk. From base camp we trek back to forest camp along the Lwang Ghale village at the altitude of 1500 m. At the village you can observe organic farming and return back to Pokhara. During the trek, within a short period you can get a chance to observe an outstanding view of Great Himalayan from Mardi Himal.

Kathmandu Day Tour | Ace vision Treks | world heritage sites Tours

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Nepal is an Amazing Country in the world. Kathmandu is a unique city in Nepal. The Kathmandu Day Tour is an incredibly diverse historic city with breathtaking Newari architecture, centuries-old Hindu and Buddhist religious sites along with dedicated tourist-friendly accommodations and restaurants. Temple’s city is known as Kathmandu. Stepping into Kathmandu valley is like stepping into another world that everybody should experience at least once in their lifetime.

World Heritage sites Temples and Stupa are fascinating cities for tourists, who love old straighter.  Kathmandu is a city where ancient traditions rub shoulders with the latest technology. The grandeur of the past enchants the visitor whose gaze may linger on an exquisitely carved wooden window frame, an 18th-century bronze sculpture, or spiritually uplifting sputa. Kathmandu, the largest city of Nepal, is the political as well as cultural capital of the country. Like any big city, Kathmandu has seen rapid expansion in the last decade, but despite the hustle and bustle so typical of metropolitan cities, its people remain refreshingly friendly. The city is a warden of its ancestral value  “Atithi Devo Bhava” meaning “Guest is equivalent to God”.

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Retaining its ancient traditions, Kathmandu is blessed by Living Goddess Kumari and is enriched by endless ceremonial processions and events that take to the streets every now and then with throngs of devotees seeking joy in spiritual celebrations. These religious festivals are steeped in legends and are quite a spectacle with chariot processions and masked dancers often possessed by the spirits of deities. Kathmandu is a result of diverse culture and lifestyle, a long history of faith and beliefs, and arts and architecture. Therefore, more than just a city, Kathmandu is a living museum; it is an opportunity to travel back in time and relive history.

Himalayan kingdom Nepal is Unique Paradise Country in the world. Amazing mountain view, Naturally and Culturally diverse in the world. Kathmandu Valley consists of three vibrant cities Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur with cultural highlights. Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Hanumandhoka, Patan Durbar Square, and Bhaktapur Durbar Square are some cultural and heritage sites for sightseeing. Kathmandu is the capital city of the country and one of the most popular tourist destinations famous all around the world for its uniqueness. The old palaces, crafts, monuments, temples, museums, Newari villages, and the nature around are the major highlights of the valley. Tribhuvan International Airport is the one and only international airport in Kathmandu so most foreign tourists first step into Kathmandu and then go to other destinations. So, Kathmandu is the major touristic hub of the nation. Dhulikhel, Kiritipur, Kakani, Namobuddha, Pharping, Godavari, Panauti, Chandragiri, and Nagarkot are some famous natural outskirts around Kathmandu valley. There are many hotels, resorts, and restaurants that deliver international quality services to their guests and you will have the amazing experience of walking around the cities and local markets.

An amazing experience, visit architecturally and culturally rich heritage sites in Kathmandu Valley and Lumbini, the birthplace of the Buddha; or get a glimpse of the exotic flora and fauna of Nepal’s Himalayas and in Chitwan.

7 sites in Kathmandu Valley are counted together as one and Lumbini – the birthplace of Lord Buddha is listed as UNESCO Cultural World Heritage Site. Enter the historical grounds at the Kathmandu Durbar Square, which is in the heart of the capital city, and experience the origins of how Nepal was unified. Or visit the equally enthralling Patan and Bhaktapur.

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Renovations are ongoing and you can still learn about the rich history of the Malla dynasty, the foremost pioneers of art and culture in the valley, or be a part of vibrant festivals that are still carried out with much joy by the local Newars.
Or take a tour around Patan Durbar Square where can walk through the old Gallis (streets), where timeless wood and stone carvings of hundreds of Hindu and Tibetan deities greet you from every wall of temples. Or admire the flawless Newari architecture of the beautiful temples and residential homes which are hundreds of years old.

Another place to put on the trip is the Bhaktapur Durbar Square, which the highlight is the 55 Window Palace and other numerous temples like the Nyatapola Temple or Dattatraya Temple, the Golden Gate, which all date back to the 14th century, built during the reign of Malla kings. One of the other major attractions is the Changu Narayan Temple situated 8 miles east of the Kathmandu Valley. This place is a must-visit, for it is known to be one of the oldest temples of Nepal, which according to legends is said to have existed since 325 AD. Make a day’s trip where you can enjoy the rich archaeological relics and stone carvings, which are the oldest epigraphs of Nepal’s history.

If you want to experience Buddhism, then visit the Swayambhunath also popularly known as the Monkey Temple, or Bauddhanath, and let the bliss seep in, away from the noise and chaos of the city. Spin the hundreds of prayer wheels that surround the main domes and be a part of spiritual incantations and prayers that take place in the evenings. Light oil lamps and send prayers to a loved one.

Why with- Ace vision Treks & Tours

Ace vision Treks and Tours is founded Ganesh Adhikari in 2015, however, prior to owning their company of they worked relentlessly in the field of tourism for 15 years. Ganesh is an appropriate example of someone who has been greatly affected by the benefits of tourism, having not let life circumstances and hardships come in the way they established Ace vision Treks and Tours with the sole purpose of giving their clients a well-worth experience. I started from the basics in the field, their experience of support staff and trekking guide for many years led them to understand the business thoroughly. As well as, I hiked Manaslu, Everest, Annapurna, Langtang and much more Remote Trekking Area. At present Ganesh is operating and managing Kathmandu office.

The company has served over 100 groups of Tourists from many countries and continues to keep this stream going through with relentless efforts. Our objective through the company is to ensure that our clients do not feel that they have spent their valuable money but rather invested in an experience that will last them a lifetime. What stands out for the company is a number of things, we practice honesty and quality service, our services span from little gestures like offering our clients welcome drinks to bigger things like guiding them as constant motivators in their travels. Our keen attention to detail keeps us on our toes as we make sure each aspect of your trip ranging from your food to your trek is well understood and taken care of.

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Additionally, our guides have been well trained to play varying roles, we understand that a trip to the Himalayas is nothing short of its challenges which is why our guides are there with helpful tips, skills, and friendship all very important aspects to making a trip successful and worthwhile. Our team is also heavily invested in your process of travel, from beginning to end, we are there to answer any query, support your every decision and guide you when it gets overwhelming. A hassle-free exchange is what our team hopes to deliver to you. Nothing passes our observant eye, ensuring 100 percent attention on our clients with an option to reach us anytime in the day. A team of reliable and knowledgeable colleagues is always there to greet you at Ace vision Treks and Tours.

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3. Accountable service

We entire team of Ace Vision Treks & Tours keeps no stone upturned to let you experience probably the most accountable service throughout the trip.

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The entire team of Ace Vision Treks & Tours including the crew is responsible and professional. They always are optimistic to enhance the most enjoyable trip.

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We are highly committed to supporting social development in the poorest regions of Nepal, particularly the remote mountain communities that we come from. So, our 10% of profit on each…

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