This low-altitude trek does not exceed 2,500 meters above sea level and is ideal for travellers who want to see authentic Nepal. Stay in basic lodges or local homes, eating traditional meals.
Remote trekking in Nepal
There are many undiscovered remote trekking routes in Nepal. Most people are only aware of the popular regions Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang. There are areas in Nepal that are not known to adventure tourists because they do not have ‘tea houses’ or ‘lodges,’ or adventure tour operators do not promote these areas. We provide the best-secluded trekking vacations in non-touristic parts of Nepal and the Himalayas.
To keep these places pristine and unspoiled, we will keep the names of the places we will be camping at a low profile. These treks bring you to locations that only a handful of tourists have visited. It is most likely because their guides are from those areas. We will operate these treks in a ‘luxurious’ expedition-style camping trek. We provide all camping equipment, porterage or pack animals, trek leader, assistant guides, a trekking chef, and helpers. We will give three-person tents for every two trekkers, a dining tent, a toilet tent, a portable toilet seat, and a shower tent on all our treks. We will give you the best service available in the whole of the Himalayas.
- Off-the-grid trekking – a non-touristy area
- Unspoiled villages of authentic Nepal
- Socially distanced trekking adventure away from the crowds
- Witness fading traditions and cultures
- Expedition style Camping – the closest to glamping in the Himalayas
Choose your off the beaten path tour
Ideal for beginners, families, corporate or school excursion trips. Discover the undiscovered remote trekking routes in Nepal. Witness the mountain range from Mount Dhaulagiri to Mount Pandim. See authentic Nepal.
Get to know the real Nepal in rural, remote, and untouched areas near Mount Everest. Meet people who live in traditional villages and learn about their culture and way of life.
Discover the real Nepal through a once-in-a-lifetime cultural event, the marriage of rural villagers. Meet people far from the tourist part of Nepal and get to know their culture.
If you’re looking for one of Nepal’s hidden gems, you’ll find it on this restricted area trail that requires a permit for trekking. So explore one of the least-visited areas in West Nepal with us!