Nepal could be one of the best places for the photographers or for those who are keen in taking photos. Nepal is a naturally gifted country with beautiful mountains, landscape, flora and fauna, lakes, rivers, forests and many more. Nepal is best known for Everest and the incomparable Himalaya Range. It also has rugged valleys that connect the snow-capped giants from the north with the tropical jungles in the south. Beside the natural beauty, it also has ancient traditions, rich cultural heritage and nice and friendly people.
Journey to Druk-Yul is a 5-day tour that revolves around the historical and cultural highlights of central Bhutan.
Paro beckons you with promises of breathtaking natural sights, cultural richness and good accommodation; you can view Mount Chomolhari from Drugyel dzong, capture Paro’s incredible landscapes from Ta-Dzong and visit indigenous hospital art & craft school, National library, Royal goldsmith workshop and handicraft centers.
This trek is a best way to experience Nepal in a short period of time where you traverse through the foothills of the highest peak of the world ‘Mount Everest’. Walk less but get showered with the best treats that the nature can ever offer! This trek takes you all the way through the legendary Everest region that offers miraculous views of towering peaks, charismatic landscape, the typical Sherpa settlements and ancient monasteries.
Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is a moderate nature trek that starts at Nayapul, a drive of about 2hrs from Pokhara, which takes you to the foot [Base Camp, 4130m] of Mt. Annapurna, one of the most magnificent peaks in the world.
The meeting and handling was excellent. Everything worked! Good tents and facilities (dining & toilet tents). For young mountaineers I suggest an extra day/camp between Kyangjin Gompa and High Camp, some where around 4,400m.