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The Best Off the beaten path trek in Nepal

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Private Tour Min 4 people

The Best Off the beaten path trekking in Nepal

Trip Highlights:

  • Off the grid trekking – a non-touristy area
  • Pristine villages of authentic Nepal
  • Socially distanced trekking adventure away from the masses
  • Cultural Immersion
  •  Join this trek to find out how wide exactly and how many exact peaks above 8000 can be seen, including Everest on this trek.
  • Perhaps the broadest mountain Panoramic view in the world.
  • Expedition style Camping – the closest to glamping in the Himalayas

There are many undiscovered remote trekking routes in Nepal. Most people are only aware of the popular regions Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang. We truly provide the best-secluded trekking vacation in a non-touristic part of Nepal.

To keep this place pristine, we won’t give the names of the places we will be camping at. This trek brings you to locations where only a few tourists have visited because their guides live in those areas. This trek will be operated on an expedition-style camping trek. We will provide all camping equipment, porterage, trek leader, assistant guides, a trekking chef, and helpers. We will provide three-man tents for every two trekkers, a dining tent, a toilet tent along with a portable toilet seat, shower tent, like on all our treks. We will be giving you the best service that is available in the whole of the Himalayas.

This off the beaten path trek is ideal for beginners, families, corporate, or school excursion trips. The highest point on this trek is only 3365 meters above sea level. It provides you a well-rounded adventure with a good combination to observe some ethnic people of Nepal and their lifestyle and culture. You will be trekking through an agricultural region of Nepal.

The actual hiking per day on most days is five to six hours. You should be fit by that period. The panoramic views are unlike anything in the Himalayas or perhaps even the whole world. On clear days you will be able to see Mount Everest, Lhotse, and other mountains.

The trek’s highlight is when we go up a hill of 3365 meters to witness the mountain range from Mount Dhaulagiri in the west to Mount Pandim, which is in Sikkim to the East. The panoramic distance is just under 500km as the crow flies, according to Google maps. Eight mountains above 8000 meters on are this vista, including Mount Everest and hundreds of peaks between 6 thousand and 7 thousand meters high. It is advised that you bring binoculars for close up views as the vista’s distance is massive.

There aren’t many places with a perfect combination of being off the beaten track with the Himalayan peaks’ best panorama.

Useful Info


Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu to be received by your trek leader and transferred to your hotel.

Day 02: We leave Kathmandu early after breakfast. The drive to the starting point will take place on a black-topped road, and the final part will be on a fair-weather road.

Day 03: We begin our trek on a combination of flattish and uphill ascend. We will camp above a Sherpa village at 2800 meters. Total trek 6 for hours.

Day 04: Today, we hike in undulating terrain and camp above a Tamang village 2745 meters. 5 hours trek. Great views on clear mornings.

Day 05: We will be heading towards a Pristine Sherpa village. 2575 meters. 5-6 hours.

Day 06: This is the day we climb to the highest point of the trek. We begin a steep ascent for about 3-4 hours. We will be camping just below the top of the hill. 3300 meters.

Day 07: Today is the day to witness the most panoramic view that extends from Mount Dhaulagiri 8167m in the west to Mount Pandim 6691m in Sikkim.

Day 08: We will be walking near the ridgeline for some time. The views are good on cloud-free days on this hike. We camp near a Sherpa village at 2920 meters. 6-7 hours trek.

Day 09: We hike on the dirt road for about 4 hours. We drive to a small town, and our trek ends here.

Day 10: Fly back to Kathmandu.

Day 11: Morning walking tour of Swaybhunath Stupa (UNESCO World Heritage site), known as the monkey temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Ason.

Day 12: International Departure.

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