There are many unidentified and unexplored areas in Nepal, as the majority of trekkers all visit the same regions, Everest, Annapurna, Langtang and Helambu regions. While these regions offer spectacular views and interesting culture, during the high season, the trekking paths can get crowded, which can make trekking less appealing. While the villages you pass on common trekking are fabulous, the people have already seen many trekkers and are very used to your presence. If you are someone that wants to explore off the beaten track destinations where very few tourists have gone before, then trekking in one of Nepal's newer destinations is for you.
We highly encourage our guests to visit newly opened trekking routes of Nepal. These places are the perfect answer for those trekking who are looking for something different, unique and fresh which also gives an ample opportunity to explore deeply spiritual cultures, natural beauty, and of course snow-capped high mountains. Trekking to new destinations allows a traveller to encounter truly isolated villages, that have not seen many trekkers. In addition to our clients experiencing a trek of a lifetime, trekking to newer destinations allows new rural villagers to benefit economically from your trekking. The newer destinations all have an eco- tourism aspect by focusing on helping the environment and local village development.
As the heart of jungle, Chitwan offers many adventure and other activities such as jungle safari, bird watching, canoe trips, etc. The Chitwan National Park, one of Asia’s finest national parks, is renowned for its dense tropical forest with a large number
Dudhkunda (4,560m), the holy lake situated in the lap of Mt. Numbur is a popular trekking destination of Nepal. Literally, 'Dudhkunda' means the "lake of milk' is said to be a sacred lake and is revered by the local people. This trek can be completed either starting from Phaplu
Dudhkunda (4,560m), the holy lake situated in the lap of Mt. Number is a popular trekking destination of Nepal. Literally, 'Dudhkunda' means the "lake of milk' is said to be a sacred lake and is revered by the local people. This trek can be completed
Situated between the alleviation ranging from 140m to 3,636m above the sea level, Illam is one of the untouched destinations for tourists. Famous for tea production, Illam is a small hill town with pristine landscapes of sloped tea gardens, mountain streams,
Limbu Cultural Trail is a newly developed trekking trail in the north-east part of Nepal. The new trail between Kabeli and Khaksewa rivers offers an in-depth experience of the culture, tradition and lifestyle of the Limbu people who are dominant in this region.
Pathibhara Devi shrine (3,794m), located at Tapethok VDC, 19km from Phungling, the district headquarters of Taplejung district is a popular pilgrimage destination of both Hindus and Buddhists. Both the Hindus and Buddhists worship the animist deity
Phortse (3,950m) is a unique Sherpa settlement of about 80 households situated at the buffer zone of Sagarmatha National Park. The village has been developed as a model ecotourism village with the aim of adding cultural aspect to the Everest experience.
Pikey Dada (4,065m) is one of the tallest hills of Solu. The name Pikey is derived from the name of the Sherpa Clan deity. We can view the beautiful mountains such as Sagarmatha (Everest), Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Annapurna, Gaurishanker, Lhotse,
The Tamang Heritage Trail is one of the many fascinating trekking trails in Nepal, The trail offers new heights in exhilaration. Situated in the Langtang Region in north central Nepal, the route presents a combination of spectacular Himalayan views,
Bandipur is a picturesque town nestled in the Himalayan foothills of Nepal, a land as famous for its natural beauty as for the hospitality of its people. Bandipur lies midway between the capital Kathmandu and Pokhara, another popular tourist destination.
The Tsum Valley is a sacred Himalayan pilgrimage valley situated in a trans-Himalayan region of Gorkha, Nepal. The Tsum Valley's acquaintance with Tibet, natural beauty and its pristine culture make this trekking unique. Tsum comes from the Tibetan work