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    Top 10 Best Trekking packages in Nepal offered by Nepal Hiking Team

    Balaram Thapa
    Balaram ThapaUpdated: Sep 13th 2023  |  Adventure

    Trekking is one of the best things to do in Nepal. It goes without saying that trekking in Nepal is one of the most famous and preferred adventure activities to be done. The fact that Nepal is the home of some of the tallest mountain peaks on Earth helps bring more visitors to the country. Nepal's multicultural aspect also helps make the trekking journeys more comprehensive and layered. The virtues of trekking through the far-off regions, passing under the colossal shadow of the Himalayas and visiting ethnic settlements at the foothills of silver mountains make for the most wonderful of vacations. Holidays in Nepal are pretty fascinating as you get the chance to enjoy and revel in one of the most splendidly diverse mountainous terrains on the planet, and you also get to experience the ethnic culture and customs of the people at the same time. Various factors like the region's biodiversity and wildlife are also added into the mix, showcasing a neatly wrapped present for you to enjoy without worry.

    We at Nepal Hiking Team have many well-rounded and compendious trekking and travel packages to enjoy. With the steady passing of this year and the coming of the next, we have gathered the top ten best trekking packages in Nepal. Among the many trekking journeys that span the country and vary according to duration and trip grading, these ten best trekking packages are selected based on their popularity and highlights. Hence, if you are looking for a trekking journey for the next year with your family, friends, or even solo, look no further than the best trekking packages in Nepal offered by Nepal Hiking Team for 2023/2024.

    Everest Base Camp Trek

    It is one of the best and most famous trekking journeys not only in Nepal but the entire world- it is no surprise that the Everest Base Camp Trek would be the number one best trekking journey. Among all of the best trekking packages in Nepal, the trip to the base camp of Mount Everest is the one that is the most sought after by most enthusiastic trekkers and travelers. It has many notable highlights and hallmarks that contribute to its fame.


    Occurring in the Khumbu region of Nepal, the Everest Base Camp Trek includes features like experiencing authentic Sherpa culture and customs, visiting many ethnic Sherpa villages, enjoying the lively atmosphere of mountain towns and settlements like the famous Namche Bazaar and Tengboche and looking at breath-taking sights of prominent mountain peaks like Everest, the Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse and many more at every turn of the path. Finally, as the trekking trail reaches the base camp of Mount Everest, there's nothing more significant than the sense of accomplishment that grips trekkers. As Khumbu is a prime Sherpa settlement and many of the Sherpa people live in the region, the journey is fundamentally a journey of experiencing their culture and customs. At every turn, there is the presence of colorful prayer flags atop small chortens and gumbas. Moreover, the Khumbu also possesses a very diverse geography.

    Situated in northeastern Nepal on the Nepalese side of Mount Everest, the Khumbu's elevation ranges from 3,300 meters to the peak of the 8,848 meter Mount Everest. It includes the Sagarmatha National Park- a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site and the Sagarmatha Buffer Zone. Thus, trekking in the Khumbu to reach the base camp of Mount Everest allows you to trudge through the alpine woodlands of the natural park, walk along river valleys like the Imja and the Dudh Koshi and then experience the snowy topography the higher up you reach. What makes the Everest Base Camp Trek most famous among the best trekking packages in Nepal is Mount Everest itself. 

    Reaching the base camp of the world's tallest mountain peak is no small feat. Add secluded Sherpa villages and beautiful mountain terrain and you've got yourself a journey of a lifetime! Furthermore, the vantage point of Kalapatthar is also another famous highlight. The view of the entire panorama of the Mount Everest massif from Kalapatthar is beyond words of description.

    It is a relatively moderate trekking journey and can be done by people of all ages and demographics. Of course, it helps to have excellent physical capacity, but having previous trekking experience is optional to do this trek. It can be done any time of the year, but the best and most recommended time for the hike is the spring and the autumn seasons, which last from March to May and September to December. The journey lasts for about two weeks, but the duration is adjustable. If you still need to do the Everest Base Camp Trek, you are missing out on one of Nepal's most adventurous and rich trekking journeys! 

    Everest Panorama Trek

    Much like the base camp trek to Mount Everest, the Everest Panorama Trek also follows the same trekking trail. It is relatively more straightforward than the latter, and the highest point you will reach is the village of Khumjung, at 3,700 meters. Since it follows basically the same trekking trail, it also starts with a flight to Lukla and the path goes through villages like Monjo, Phakding, Namche Bazaar and Tengboche. Sagarmatha National Park is entered and much of the highlights of the base camp trek can be experienced with the panorama trek as well. As the name suggests, the journey focuses more on the views and sights of the Everest panorama. Throughout the trekking expedition, the Everest Mountains can be seen spectacularly.


    Highlights of the Everest Panorama Trek include villages like Namche and Tengboche- where the holy Tengboche monastery lies, and the Everest View Hotel- the highest-located hotel in the world. It is situated a little further than Namche, and from all of the hotel's windows- the view of Mount Everest can be seen. You can rest at the hotel, have a cup of butter tea, and enjoy the vast cerulean Himalayas right before you. There is nothing like having the snowy mountains be suitable in front of your eyes in a very striking manner. It is among the best trekking packages in Nepal, designed especially for people with limited time to spend here. The Sherpa villages and the tranquil atmosphere of the region, paired with the distant views of the mountain and the rhododendron forests that cover the hill ridges of the villages, are utterly dramatic and outstanding.

    Unlike the base camp trek, however, the Everest Panorama Trek is also suitable to do during the winter. It can be done at the beginning of the year when the rest of the trekking journeys at higher elevations aren't appropriate. The trek is available and convenient from the start of the year in January to the end of spring. Autumn is also a good time for this journey. If you want a trek without all the long hours of trekking to the base camp but still want to experience the Khumbu region's main highlights, then the Everest Panorama Trek is the one you are looking for!

    Everest Base Camp Heli Trek

    A journey that is paired with a beautiful helicopter ride in the mountains, the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek is a journey that adds more thrills to the regular trekking expedition to the base camp of Mount Everest. Starting the trekking trip with a flight to Lukla from the capital and making your way steadily to the base camp, the end of the trek involves a helicopter ride back to Kathmandu. The journey adds more weight and new experience to the expedition. For the initial part of the journey, you follow the standard trekking route, and then after reaching Kalapatthar, the helicopter is taken to ride back to the capital.


    Looking at the aerial views of the mountains from the Heli is something most people only come around to do sometimes. It adds more veneer to the journey. Looking at the changing terrain from a bird-eye's view is truly remarkable. The journey is a memorable one you will likely remember sometime soon.

    The mountain views are striking, and the landscape from the heli is also quite fascinating. Looking at the changing geomorphic makeup of the Khumbu region from high above, present sights and views of the pastures, the villages, the river valleys, and the woodlands below, unlike anything you have ever experienced. It is also a moderate trekking journey that can be done by everyone. Highlights like the Khumbu icefall and the Khumbu glacier, the cultural aspect of the region, the natural landscape, and its beauty are presented in a lovely fashion and are paired with a helicopter ride at the end of the journey. It doesn't get any better than this!

    The best time to do the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek would be March to May and September to December. The time of trekking this package has to be suitable and precise as doing the trek in unrecompensed seasons like the summer or the winter can have repercussions in the form of delays. Besides, the views of the mountains and the forests in spring and autumn are the most beautiful. As seen from the Heli, spring woods in the region are lush and verdant, and the pastures look like green velvet carpeted in the ground while the autumn colors of gold and orange make the view pop out more. If you want more thrills in the journey, then the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek is the one you would immensely enjoy!

    Annapurna Base Camp Trek

    Just like the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is equally, if not more, famous. Among the best trekking packages in Nepal, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek definitely crosses all of the checkmarks. Taking place in the beautiful Annapurna region of Nepal, the journey to the base camp of Mount Annapurna is filled with the region's fantastic natural and cultural qualities. Due to the close accessibility of the area from the capital, it is generally more preferred. Since the trekking trail follows the Annapurna Sanctuary, this trek is also called the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek. It starts from the beautiful lake-side city of Pokhara and follows many ethnic Magar and Gurung villages along the way.


    The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is so famous because it is straightforward. The terrains are filled with lush natural verdancy and impressive topography. The landscape changes from terrace farms, vast open pasturelands, the sanctuary's protected foliage, and faunal life to the snowy acreages of the Himalayas the further you progress into the journey. The dainty villages of the ethnic people and their way of life and day-to-day practices in remote locations are highly riveting.

    Highlights of this trekking journey include villages like Tikhe Dhunga, Ghorepani, Deurali, and Dovan. The region is a primary settlement of the Magar, Rai, and Gurung people, and their abundance in cultural riches is significantly felt while trekking. It also includes traveling to the famous vantage point of Poon Hill, where the entire panorama of the Mount Annapurna massif can be seen. From the Magar village of Ulleri with 3000 stone step stairs carved into the terrain to the towns famed for their mountain views like Chhomrong and Tadapani, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a culmination of all of the best and most daring features of an excellent trekking journey should possess. The views of mountain peaks like the Annapurna, the Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, the Tukuche Peak, and Gangapurna, among many others, play on the beauty of the region and add more allure and cultural glamour to the journey.

    Like most trekking journeys, the best time for the trek would be the peak trekking seasons of spring and autumn, but it can be done throughout the year as well (although summer and winter months aren't generally recommended). It is easy to do, and the chance of altitude sickness occurring during the journey is next to none. With the best natural and Himalayan features and a good revelation of the ethnic culture of the region, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is undoubtedly one of the best trekking packages in Nepal!

    Annapurna Circuit Trek

    The Annapurna Circuit Trek is more of a classical trekking journey that has been done by trekkers for many years since its initial opening. The journey ranges from moderate to strenuous, including the circumambulation of the Annapurna Himal.


    Many highlights of this trip range from religious temples to mountain passes. It starts with a drive to Synge/Jagat and follows the trail to villages like Dharapani, Chame, Pisang, and Manang. Places like the Thorung Phedi and the holy temple of Muktinath are also included in the journey. It is a great way to experience the heartland of the beautiful Annapurna region. You would be crossing the famed Mountain Pass of the Thorung La and visiting places like Jomsom and the Kali Gandaki Gorge- the deepest river gorge in the world. It is a journey brimming with both natural and cultural resplendence of the Annapurna. The views and sights of the Annapurna Mountains while trekking and crossing the Mountain Pass are also unlike anything other trekking journeys offer. Albeit it is a relatively strenuous trekking journey, it can still be done by all people, but particular preparation for the trek prior is necessary.

    It can be done during the peak trekking months of spring and autumn. Winter and summer monsoons are not good trekking seasons as the mountain passes can be blocked during the winter due to heavy snow and the summer monsoons make the trekking trail muddy while giving off poor visibility of the mountains. Thus, the spring and autumn are the best time for the Annapurna Circuit trek. Among the many trekking journeys, the Annapurna Circuit Trek is another of the best trekking packages in Nepal that should be done if you want to experience the region's best and most famous attributes. It usually lasts about two weeks and involves trekking on rugged terrains like the Mountain Pass and the uneven path alongside the gorge. But the views of mountain peaks like the Chulu range, the Gangapurna, the Tilicho Peak, and the Thorung Peak, among many others along the journey, form beautiful serrated snowy walls against the villages and the valleys. It is a journey that immerses you in the remote and dynamic life of the Magar and Tamang people. Chortens and gumbas line various places along the trip and it is much a cultural trek as a Himalayan one.

    Annapurna Panorama Trek

    Best suited to do by people who have limited time to spend here and want to avoid going through the hassles of a base camp trek, the Annapurna Panorama follows a similar trekking trail as the base camp to Annapurna. It is suitable to be done by people of all demographics as the trekking trails are the easiest among all of the best trekking packages in Nepal. It follows the standard trekking route that allows you to witness the panoramic views of the Annapurna Mountains magnificently. However, unlike the base camp trek, it can be done during winter. It lasts for about 10 days and includes highlights like trekking through many different ethnic villages and the vantage point of Poon Hill.


    The Annapurna Panorama Trek presents the features of the Annapurna region concisely while not shying away from including its defining attributes. Easy and beautiful, it is famous for shorter treks. The villages and the settlements lying at the foothills and the rich pulchritude of natural beauty are wrapped neatly in the journey. The views and sights of mountain peaks like the massif of Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna, and Nilgiri, among many others, are also seemingly heaven-like. The quaint and peaceful life of the villagers in the remote locations of the region makes for a very atmospheric short trek.

    Upper Mustang Trek

    Upper Mustang is a vastly different trekking destination in all of the country. Instead of green hills or snowy terrains, Upper Mustang resembles the Tibetan plateau more than a Himalayan landscape. The desert-like terrain is where the people still practice the age-old culture of Tibetan Buddhism. Trekking in Upper Mustang is like going back in time because little has changed in the way of the cultural reforms in the region- a fact contributed by the region's relative isolation from the rest of the country. The Upper Mustang trek is by far the most culturally rich best trekking package in Nepal. Since it is located in the rain-shadow zone of the Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri Himal, there is very little rainfall here, making it suitable for summer treks. The glow of the cerulean Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri Himal, when seen from Upper Mustang while trekking, is also unlike anything else. The tips of the mountain peaks seem to shine with silver luster, and the contrast of the amethyst landscape of the region makes it even more ethereal.


    If you are looking for a more isolated trekking experience and want to enjoy cultural treks, then the Upper Mustang trek is for you. The region has also gained more traction recently because of the discovery of mysterious sky caves. The part is also quite rich and opulent in some of the world's most unique and spectacular rock formations. The corroded hills set against the red of many old monasteries are just beguiling. Upper Mustang doesn't even look like it's on the same planet as the rest trekking destinations. There is something quite alien-like about its corroded cliffs and the bone-white washing of the boulders.

    Apart from the different landscapes, Upper Mustang is also famous as one of the last vestiges of unsullied Tibetan Buddhist culture globally. The many shrines and Buddhist monasteries of the region house many ancient artifacts and treasures of the past. If you want to experience old Tibet or know what life was like hundreds of years ago, you can find that in Upper Mustang.

    Manaslu Circuit Trek

    Generally seen as an off-the-beaten-paths trekking journey, the Manaslu Circuit Trek takes place in the far-flung region of Manaslu- named after its' Manaslu Himal. It is a relatively less crowded trekking journey among the best trekking packages in Nepal. Once a highly secluded region where tea houses were scarce, the Manaslu Circuit Trek was mostly preferred by people who wanted to camp out in the open. But with the recent establishment of many tea houses along the trail, it has gained more trekking visitors. Many of the villages in the Manaslu region have yet to touch upon modernization; thus, the Manaslu Circuit Trek gives off a strong sense of isolation and solitude. If you want to experience a trekking journey that only a few people take, then the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the one you will most enjoy.


    The views of the Manaslu Himal- the eighth-highest mountain peak on Earth while trekking along the circuit- are breathtaking in every sense. Along with Manaslu, many other prominent peaks can also be seen, like the Sringi Himal, the Himlung and the Cheo Peaks, the Gyagi Kung, the Kang Koru and the Annapurna II. The circuit lets you follow an ancient salt-trading route, and the region is enriched by the ebullient flow of the Budhi Gandaki River. Mani-stone walls carved with prayers and Manaslu's ivory landscapes make trekking here such a fascinating affair. One of the highlights of the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the Larkya La Mountain Pass, from where the views of the valley and mountain peaks are out-of-this-world. The terrain changes from sub-tropical jungles from the Himalayan foothills to alpine woodlands as you move from the Soti Khola to the village of Namrung. Gurung and Buddhist cultures are the region's most prominent, and many monasteries and small stupa structures are encountered while trekking.

    The journey lasts for two weeks and is strenuous. As with most trekking trips, the best time to do the Manaslu Circuit Trek is the seasons of spring and fall.

    Langtang Valley Trek

    The Valley of Langtang lies north of the Kathmandu Valley and borders Tibet. It is also called "the valley of glaciers" and offers one of the most beautiful landscapes among the best trekking packages in Nepal. The Langtang National Park is also included in the area. The Langtang Valley Trek offers a wide variety of climatic zones. As you trek into the valley's heart, you can encounter subtropical biomes that eventually change to alpine woods and jaded acreages.


    Evergreen forests of pine and maple make the region prosperous and peaceful. The animal life of the national park of Langtang is also awe-inspiring, with endangered animals like Himalayan Thars, Rhesus Monkeys, and Himalayan Black Bears residing in the deep woods.

    Famous highlights of the Langtang Valley Trek include the holy Kyanjin Gompa and the famed Cheese factory. The Langtang village in the valley was also a renowned destination while trekking, but in the recent 2015 earthquake, it was completely wiped out. But life has returned to the way before the earthquake at the Langtang Valley, and trekking is as impressive as it was. The views of Himalayan peaks of the Langtang range, like the Langtang Lirung, the Langtang RI, the Dorje Lakpa, and the Yala peak, among many others, make the trekking journey more beautiful.

    It is a relatively easy trek to do. Spring and autumn are the best trekking seasons. Tamang and Gurung's people reside in the villages along the promenade, and the feel of refreshers as one trudge through the rhododendron and daisy woods is indescribable.

    Short Everest Trek

    A short trek designed for travelers with a minimal time frame, the Short Everest Trek is a swift short trek in the Everest region. If you are willing to trek to the Everest region of Nepal but need clarification due to time constraints, then the Short Everest Trek is the one for you! You will walk along the trail to the famous trading center in the Everest region – Namche Bazaar. It allows you to explore people and their lifestyles in the mountainous region of Nepal. Namche Bazaar is not only a trading center in the Everest region but also the gateway to Everest's Himalayas. Hike up to the Everest View Hotel for a rewarding close view of the mountains in the Everest region like Mount Everest, Mount Lhotse, Mount Nuptse, Mount Thamserku, and Mount Ama Dablam and many other peaks in the Everest region of Nepal.


    The Short Everest Trek starts with a stimulating flight to Lukla. As you arrive in Lukla, you descend to the Dudh Koshi River and ascend along a well-paved path to Phakding. Moving ahead along rhododendron forests, crossing suspension bridges over the River of Imja, you enter the Sagarmatha National Park. Villages like Monjo and Jorsale are passed to reach Namche. Visits to the Syangboche airport, the Kunde hospital, and a museum with a photo gallery on the way back from Namche are some of the major highlights of this trek.

    We at Nepal Hiking Team always cater to our customers and make sure that all our clients enjoy their trek here to the optimal. We also customize itineraries to best suit your requirements and convenience. So, if you want to do a tour in Nepal, come join us and choose from the best trekking packages in Nepal offered by us!

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