Tour Trekking Company in Nepal
Ace vision Treks & Tours Based in Thamel Kathmandu Nepal. Your Hospitality Travel Partner organized many outdoor activities such as, Trekking in Nepal, Cultural Tours, World Heritage sites sightseeing With hiking, jungle safari, rafting, mountaineering, and other adventure activities. Experienced travelers looking for adventure holidays further into unknown parts of Himalayan Nepal, be sure we can provide you with our trekking experience. We organize individual and Group treks and tours with reasonable prices and high service quality.
Nepal is landlocked country situated between India and China; it is rich in culture and nature. Technically you can hike in Nepal all round the year, but most trekkers choose between the two peak hiking seasons of fall and spring. If it’s your first time trekking in Nepal, we recommend visiting one of these peak seasons. The trails will be more crowded, but the benefits tend to be worth it in our opinion. One who is making a trip to Nepal for travel or trek not only offered by hiking and walking in trails, the traveler in Nepal can observe the flora and faunas of Nepal and also explore the culture and living style of Nepal and Nepali peoples. Nepal a synonyms for Mountains has 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world including Mount Everest (8,848m.), the highest mountain in the world.
Ace vision Treks & Tours is your Tour Trekking Company in Nepal that provides you many adventure activities like peak climbing and expedition in Nepal. Some of the popular peak climbing in Nepal including Trekker’s peak are Mera Peak (6,476m.), Island Peak (6,189m.), Yala Peak (5,520m.), Pisang Peak (6,091m.), and Mount Everest ( 8,848m.) itself. We also operate trekking and tour in Tibet, India, and Bhutan. Jungle Safari in Nepal is another must-do activity during holidays in Nepal. Jungle Safari Trip is one of the most fascinating trips in Nepal who is traveling in Nepal with family. It is the best family holiday Trekking packages in Nepal. Elephant Safari inside the dense forest of Chitwan National Park & so on offers to encounter wild animals and various species of birds of Nepal. Chitwan National Park; is an animal heritage. Bardia National Park is another best option for Jungle safari trips in Nepal. Mt. Everest flight is as well.
If it’s your first time trekking in Nepal, we recommend visiting one of these peak seasons. The trails will be more crowded, but the benefits tend to be worth it in our opinion. below are are some information but for more information about Weather in Nepal visit us.
Autumn/great (October – November): This is the most popular trekking season in Nepal. During this time you’ll have the best chance for clear mountain views, sunny skies, mild temperatures, and little precipitation.
Spring (March – April): Spring is the second most popular time of year to trek in Nepal. As the snowpack melts on high mountain passes, giant rhododendron trees bloom across the hillsides of Nepal. Temperatures are generally mild this time of year and it’s a good time for viewing wildlife too.
Trekking outside the peak seasons in Nepal can be rewarding as well. Solitude is easier to find, and befriending locals is easier too. That said, there are significant downsides to trekking outside the peak seasons in Nepal, so don’t be too cavalier when choosing your travel dates.
Experienced winter travelers (December – February) can find sunny days and brilliant mountain views this time of year. That said, temperatures can be bitter cold, daylight hours are shorter, and harsh winter storms can disrupt travel plans with little warning. Also, many popular trails will not be accessible this time of year due to heavy snowfall at high elevations.
Trekking during monsoon months (May – September) Monsoon rains bring landslides and leaches to Nepal in Lower evaluation. The former makes mountain travel very difficult (if not dangerous) and the latter is just gross and obnoxious. The weather can also be hot and humid this time of year and the mountains are often obscured by clouds.
Best Tea House Trekking in Nepal
One of the reasons Nepal is such an amazing place to hike is the tea house trekking culture. “Tea houses” are essentially small mountain lodges frequently spaced along popular trails. On most trails in the Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Langtang regions you’ll pass a tea house every hour or two. They’re a great place to meet other travelers, eat a home-cooked meal, warm your toes by the fire, and bed down for the night.
For those looking to hike in Nepal’s more remote areas, camping treks can be arranged through most trekking agencies in Kathmandu. This option will add cost and complexity but could lead to a unique and rewarding trek. That said, camping treks aren’t nearly as popular as tea house treks and camping won’t be necessary on any tea house trekking route. Ace vision has many Trekking packages in Nepal, but we made trip according to your interest and time frame.
Everest Region Trek,
– Everest Base Camp Trekking: 13 to 16 Days.
– Everest Panorama Trekking: 8 to 10 Days.
– Gokyo Valley Trek / Gokyo Lake Trek: 11 to 16 Days.
– Everest Three Passes Trekking / Everest High Passes Trekking: 17 to 25 Days.
– EBC Cho-la Pass and Gokyo Lake Trek: 14 to 19 Days.
– Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking: 17 to 23 Days.
Annapurna Region Treks
– Annapurna Base Camp Trek / Annapurna Century Trek: 9 to 13 Days.
– Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking: 5 to 7 Days.
– Annapurna Round Trek / Throngla Pass Trek: 15 to 21 Days.
– Annapurna Semi Circuit Trekking: 13 to 16 Days.
– Annapurna Panorama Trekking: 10 to 12 Days.
– Dhampus Sarangkot Trek: 4 to 6 Days.
Langtang Region Treks
– Langtang Valley Trekking: 7 to 10 Days.
– Tamang Heritage Trek: 7 to 12 Days.
– Gosainkunda Lake Trek: 5 to 10 Days.
– Gosaikunda Pass Trekking: 10 to 15 Days.
– Helambu Trek: 7 to 10 Days.
Manaslu Region Trek
– Manaslu Circuit Trekking: 12 to 18 Days.
– Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek: 16 to 22 Days
– Lower Manaslu Trek: 10 Days.
Advantage of Guided Trekking
-All pre-trip details (permits, fees, etc.)
-All transportation arranged (bus, plane, jeep, etc.)
-Guidance & safety while trekking at high altitude
-Local information on religion, culture, food, etc.
Disadvantage of self Trekking
-Hike on your own schedule
-More direct interaction with locals
-More choice on where to stay & eat (though guides usually know the best spots)
No group dynamics to deal with, just you and the trail.
GUIDES AND PORTERS
Guides and porters are very common in Nepal (though not always mandatory), and prices are quite competitive. In general, a guide will cost around $25-30 per day, and a porter will cost around $20-25 per day. The guide will help with information, and safety on your trek. A porter will carry heavy gear, so you only have to hike with a small daypack.
Porters are also useful and very common along trails in Nepal. Porters have the job of carrying heavy gear, so you don’t have to. This is especially beneficial for older trekkers, novice trekkers, or groups with children. Just remember, even if you do decide to trek with a porter, it’s still very important to keep your gear weight to a minimum. Porters have an absolutely backbreaking job, so please don’t make it any harder on them.
Looking for a guide on your trip to Nepal? I highly recommend reaching out to our friend Ganesh in Kathmandu. Ganesh is truly an exceptional guide and you’ll love trekking with him if he’s not booked up. He’s knowledgeable, friendly, funny, and highly experienced. Here’s his contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org, ACE Vision Treks & Tours and Ganesh on Facebook.
Trekking Company Recommendation
During our most recent three months in Nepal, we worked with Ace Vision Treks & Tours was absolutely fantastic and we’d highly recommend contacting him if you have any questions. He gave us tons of useful information and helped us plan transportation, accommodation, and trekking permits on a few of our hikes.
ACE Vision Treks & Tours (P.) LTd
Paknajol marg 43, Chhetrapati chowk
Kathmandu 44600, Nepal
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