Summer Trek Packages

Summer trekking in Nepal offers a distinctive experience, providing adventurers with the opportunity to explore less frequented trails, lush landscapes, and vibrant cultural gems. While the monsoon season brings rain and challenges, it also transforms the terrain into a lush, green paradise. Here's an overview of summer trekking in Nepal:

  • Upper Mustang Trek: between Tibet and the Himalayas, Upper Mustang is a restricted region that opened to trekkers in the early '90s. It is often referred to as the "Last Forbidden Kingdom" due to its isolation and unique Tibetan culture.

Highlights: Explore ancient monasteries, whitewashed settlements, and the fascinating Lo Manthang, the capital of Upper Mustang. The landscape is characterized by barren yet captivating terrain, eroded canyons, and stunning views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountain ranges.

Challenges: The trek takes you to high altitudes, and the weather can be unpredictable. Be prepared for drastic temperature changes and pack accordingly.

  • Limi Valley Trek: Tucked away in the far northwestern corner of Nepal, the Limi Valley Trek offers a remote and untouched trekking experience. The region is rich in Tibetan culture, and the trail takes you through picturesque landscapes, quaint villages, and lush greenery.

Highlights: Witness the beauty of pristine rivers, traditional villages like Halji and Til, and the captivating Nyalu La Pass. Encounter the warm hospitality of the locals and experience the unique Bon culture, a pre-Buddhist religion.

Challenges: Limited facilities and infrastructure make this trek suitable for those seeking a more rustic and less commercialized experience.

  • Upper Dolpo Trek: Upper Dolpo, made famous by the movie "Himalaya," is a remote region that offers a challenging yet rewarding trekking experience. Known for its ancient Tibetan culture and stunning landscapes, Upper Dolpo is a trek for those seeking a true wilderness adventure.

Highlights: Explore the Phoksundo Lake, the deepest lake in Nepal, visit Shey Gompa, and traverse high passes like Kang La and Shey La. The trek takes you through remote villages, ancient monasteries, and vast yak pastures.

Challenges: The trek involves crossing high passes, and the trail can be rugged and challenging. Proper acclimatization and physical fitness are essential.