Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Trekking in Nepal, Budget Trekking packages in Nepal, Spiritual Tours

#Trekking in Nepal, Budget Trekking packages in Nepal,Spiritual Tours

Nepal is a country well known for its Himalaya mountains. Among the 10 highest peaks in the world, eight, including the highest peak Mt. Everest, crown this country. Nothing on earth can beat the exhilaration of scaling them. No wonders Nepal is the favorite destination for mountaineers and every year more than 600 expeditions trudge up the Himalaya, including the trekking peaks.

There are four mountaineering seasons: spring (March-May), Summer(June - August), Autumn(September - November) and winter(December - February). A total of 153 Himalayan peaks are open to mountaineers. Climbing permits are issued by the Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation (MOTCA) for 135 peaks known as mountaineering peaks, and by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) for 18 smaller peaks, known as trekking peaks, which range from 5,587 to 6,654m  altitude.

The following documents have to be sent to MOTCA, Mountaineering Division when applying for a climbing permit: completed application, endorsement of the National Alpine Club, short biographies of all the members of the expedition (with photograph and signature), map and/or photograph of the mountain indicating climbing route and approach route map. Enlistment of the expedition's name does not require any fee and it should not be paid before receiving the permit from the Ministry of Tourism. Permits to climb the 18 trekking peaks are issued by NMA on "first come first served" basis. It is necessary to appoint a government recognized trekking agency of Nepal as a local liaison for the expedition in Kathmandu. The Nepal Wonders Treks will look after all the requirements during the expedition.


Food and equipment imported for expeditions require an import license and should be custom cleared. Walkie- talkies, transceiver sets and other communication equipment are controlled items in Nepal and have to be declared at the customs office at the entry point.

Monday, April 1, 2019



Nepal Wonders Treks & Expedition P. Ltd es una empresa lider entre la variedad de empresas de trekking registradas en Nepal. La empresa se establecio en ano 2017 se registro oficialmente en el Ministerio de Turismo. Organizamos varios programas de trek, expediciones, eascalada a picos, tours culturales, safaris en la selva, rafting, paquetes de luna de miel y otros muchos mas tanto en Nepal, como en otros paises India, Mongolia, Tibet y Butan con personal capacitado, motivado y experimentado. Nuestros guis y porteadores estan bien entrenados y son muy cooperativos, sinceros y profesionales en su trabajo. Nuestra empresa esta comprometida con la satisfaccion del cliente desde nuestro comienzo hasta la fecha. Con respecto al servicio de calidad, somos diferentes de otros, ofreciendo un servicio, bien eqipados, bien pagados y altamente atentos, con buena salud y excelentes maneras. Creemos que si podemos garantizar la felicidad y las satisfacciones de nuestro guias y porteadores, entonces ellos a cambio haran felices a nuestros huespedes.

Unrapidoresumen de Nepal
Area: 147181 Kmts
Ubicacion: Situado entre China al norte e India al sur
Capital: Katmandu
Poblacion: Aproximadamente 28 millones
Gruposetnicos: 125 gruposcon 123 idiomashablados


Nepal es uno de los principales destinos de trekking en el mundo. Entre las diversas actividades de aventura, el trekking es con mucho, la actividad mas popular que se experimenta en el regazo de los altos Himalayas. La diversidad natural y cultural hace que este pais sea ideal para el trekking. Los treks en Nepal ofrecen la oportunidad de explorar y observar la belleza natural la diversidad cultural a lo largo de antiguos senderos serpenteantes que pasan por las riberas de los rios, vistas a las montanas, nevadas, campos intricados en terrazas, crestas boscosas entre aldeas pintorescas y asentamientos unicos de montana.

Thursday, March 21, 2019


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                                   JUNGLE SAFARI WITH NEPAL WONDERS TREKS

Welcome to the land of paradise. Nepal is renowned for its popular repertoire of enchanting cultures and exquisite temples, thick tropical jungles holding a wealth of wildlife, thundering rivers swollen by the snows of the Himalaya, and most of all, the friendliest people you have ever met.

Jungle Safari with Nepal Wonders Treks allows exploring hidden paradise of the Southern region. It is a lowland which is known as the Terai which is covered with dense tropical jungles teeming with diverse wildlife and exotic birds. Here you will find some of the most exciting safari destinations in the world. You will be going into deep jungle on elephant back or four-wheel drive vehicle to view wild animals in their natural habitat. Other thrills are canoe rides on the jungle rivers, nature walks, bird watching excursions, and village tours.

Among the 14 national parks and wildlife reserves in the Kingdom, the Royal Chitwan National Park (932 sq km) is the most popular safari destination. More than 43 species of animals are found in Chitwan. The endangered one-horned rhino. Royal Bengal Tiger, Gharial crocodile, four-horned antelope, striped hyena, and the Gangetic dolphin are the main attraction here. The best part is that it is close to Kathmandu and easily accessible(only 165 km overland), and Bharatpur airport adjoining the park is a mere 25-minute flight away (there are daily flights from Kathmandu). Many adventurers also choose to go down by raft. However, you go, a jungle safari is an experience you will remember for a long time.

Nepal Wonders Treks offer you an excellent safari tour which includes air/ground transportation, accommodation, safaris, and other jungle activities are available from Kathmandu and Pokhara. There are comfortable resorts and lodges with modern facilities in the jungle. 

Friday, March 8, 2019



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#My Journey to the top of the world

The Lhasa is renowned for its pristine culture and traditions. Popular for a multitude of images: colorful prayers flags snapping crisply in the cold, clear air, the visual magic of Potala Palace as it rises wondrously from its rocky perch, and delicate threads of juniper smoke winding through densely decorated chapels and musty monastery halls. Traveling between Lhasa and Asia's other mystery-laden city, Kathmandu, is regarded as adventure travel extraordinaire. The Journey provides an unforgettable collection of contrasts in landscapes and cultures.

Flying to Lhasa from Kathmandu, we are a large group of an international mix. We are a large group of an international mix. We gather together at the Tribhuvan International Airport and anxiously scan the sky for blue patches to emerge and enlarge. When at last China Southwest airliner touches down we collectively breathe a sigh of relief; today we will arrive in Lhasa! Boarding the plane there are satisfied smiles on the faces of those who have randomly been awarded the coveted "left-hand side" seats - those with the best views of the Himalaya on our flight north. More than just a standard "mountain flight" which parallels the spectacular range, this 60-minute cruise actually veers down and cuts a path around Mt. Everest.

Curving again the plane drops into a wide brown valley and makes its final descent onto the simple airstrip at Gonggar Airport. As the fuselage doors open, arriving passengers step out into the blinding sun and get their whiff of thin Tibetan air. Bags are quickly loaded into the transport truck and we board the bus bound for Lhasa. Heading down the paved highway we have a two-hour drive in which we can fully absorb our initial impressions of Tibet. The tree-lined roadway is scenic with tractor loads of Tibetans skirting the pavement's edge. Traditional mud farm houses cluster together in small communities. Yaks lumber across fields as we follow the Yarlung Tsangpo river. Arriving in Lhasa (3,650 m) we find our hotel and quickly settle into assigned rooms. Excited to see as much of the city as we can, rickshaws are hired and soon we are flying down the wide boulevards soaking up the city's ambiance. It is a strange mixture of Tibetan and Han culture. Old Tibetan women in worn gray chubby shuffle slowly along the Lingkhor, the longest pilgrimage route around the city passing by a profusion of beauty shops, pool halls, and two-table pubs. The activity and concentration of people seem to culminate at the Barkhor, the old Tibetan part of town where the revered Jokhang Temple forms the central component of a sacred circumambulation path.

In Lhasa, the days pass quickly by as there are many sites to see. Exploring the interior of the Potala with its lavish tomb stupas containing precious relics from previous Dalai Lamas and navigating the richly decorated chapels enhance one's appreciation of the architectural splendor that is expressed here. Day trips to the monasteries of Drepung and Sera provide a quick look at massive assembly halls which are cavernous in size and glow from the subtle light of hundreds of butter lamps.

Too soon we must depart for the next part of our journey, the overland trip back to Kathmandu. As we climb aboard the behemoth bus that is to traverse the contours of this wild land, we all silently wonder if it is possible to negotiate the many hairpin turns and high altitude passes required of the trip. The bus departs Lhasa and leaving paved road far behind, it churns up the first series of switchbacks. Conversation quite as we ascend and travel across alpine land. Huge black yaks with red tassels dangling from each ear snort and dance away from the road as we approach. Suddenly we take another curve and erupt in spontaneous applause. Yamdrok Tso, Tibet's third largest lake shimmers in turquoise clarity from our first conquered pass, the Kampala (4,794 m).

Barreling down toward the lake we continue on through silently beautiful scenery, passing through traditional Tibetan villages and wide expanses of shadowed land. Climbing the next pass we are treated to close approximation of two glaciers seemingly determined to engulf the road. Pausing at the Karola (5,045 m) we watch the everyday activities of a nomad camp and listen pensively to the groaning thunder of the Norinkangsa Glacier massively suspended above.

The arrival at Gyantse is a welcomed one. With the castle-like fortress looming above and cobbled walk-ways leading to the Kumbum Stupa, the charming town of Gyantse is a true emanation of old Tibet. Horse-drawn carts rattle down the road as we walk the next morning in early light eager to explore the ancient Pelkor Chode Monastery. Our destination is easier to reach. A straight, tree-lined road leads to Shigatse. Highlights in Shigatse include visiting Tashilunpo Monastery and encountering the enormous Maitreya Buddha (the Future Buddha) housed there and a friendly visit to the Free Market in town.

The next day begins early as we have a long stretch of road to cover and our highest pass yet on the way to our desolate destination of Shegar. Beginning our climb towards the Lhakpala(5,220 m) the road dries out and dust invades all. Chugging up the twisting road to the summit, we inadvertently engage in a slow-motion race with several Chinese army vehicles and transport trucks. We arrive late in Shegar, or New Tingri as it is frequently called. Due to altitude, appetites are depressed but spirits soar high as we celebrate our high pass crossing with a Chinese food feast.

From Shegar we are heading down to Nepal. Our views of the Himalaya are obscured by rain clouds but occasional breaks provide brief glimpses of the massive snow peaks shining in the sun. Climbing up once again, we cross a desolate stretch where a single nomad guides his scruffy herd to who knows where. We crest the final high point, the Lalungla (5,050 m) and quickly begin our descent. Weaving between peaks, Shishapangma (8,013 m) gleams nearby, while the landscape quickly grows greener. At Nyilamu the road twists and turns dramatically into the clouds as we drop sharply downwards toward Nepal. Gone are the dry desert-like surroundings we have become so accustomed to; lush green vegetation abounds with waterfalls and wildflowers. Cautiously making our way to Zhangmu we are amazed to find it humid and wet. Choosing to walk the final day rather than ride the back of a truck, the two-hour hike to the border affords us our last bit of scenery here. Although we are still in Tibet, the presence of Nepal is strong with topi clad porters passing by and the brightly painted Nepalese trucks hauling goods to Zhangmu above. The Friendship Bridge, the actual border between Nepal and China has the Bhote Koshi river bursting over boulder below.

Crossing into Nepal we savor our first cup of milk tea and have a restorative dal bhat lunch now that appetites have returned. A silent drive back to Kathmandu is spent appreciating the brilliant green rice terraces and lovely faces of the Nepalese children along the road. As we round the final bend outside of Banepa, the sprawling Kathmandu Valley comes into view. Roadworn and weary we have completed the trip. Longing for hot showers and cold drinks we happily rediscover the place from where this arduous journey had begun.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019




If you are wondering to travel to Nepal. The best way to experience Nepal's unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them. You don't need to be unbeatable with rippling muscles to enjoy trekking. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of adventure and are not afraid of walking, you qualify. Here is Nepal Wonders Treks excellent trekking agency that will take care of all the details.

Nepal Wonders Treks will provide equipment like sleeping bags, foam mattresses, and tents. If you choose a camping trekking into the pristine routes. All you need to bring are your personal wear like walking boots and sandshoes, water- and windproof shirts, T-Shirts, thick pullover, shorts/skirts, and trousers/tracksuit. Thermal underwear is necessary for high altitudes and kinds of cotton are best for lower and warmer altitudes. Also don't forget a water bottle, Swiss army knife, sewing kit, torch light with spare batteries, extra boot laces, sunglasses, sun cream, and personal medical supplies.

Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on where you are going. The most popular seasons are spring(February-May) and autumn (September- November). Winter is very cold above 4,000m, and high mountain passes may be snowbound, but it is good for trekking at lower altitudes. During the monsoon season ( June- August), you can trek in the rain shadows "behind" the Himalaya like Mustang, Upper Manang and Dolpo. These places are out of reach of the clouds because of the mountains and are unaffected by the monsoon.

You trek to enjoy the scenery on the trail, not to get to any place in a hurry. The main precaution to be taken while trekking is not to go up too high too fast. The body should be given plenty of time to acclimatize. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) refers to the effects of the thin air at high altitudes which can be very dangerous and may even result in death. If you get initial symptoms like nausea, dizziness, swelling in the face and breathless, descend to a lower elevation immediately and seek medical help. Comprehensive travel insurance is advised to cover emergencies like helicopter rescue and medical treatment in case of accidents on the trail.

The entire length and breadth of the kingdom is a paradise for trekkers. There are easy walks lasting a few days and there are strenuous expeditions that take several weeks.
1) Annapurna
The most popular trekking route in Nepal, you will be walking through rhododendron forests over the foothills of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. The Kali Gandaki Gorge, the deepest in the world, and Lake Tilicho(4919m) the highest lake are located here. Treks to the Annapurna region start from Pokhara or either Kathmandu. The maximum elevation covered on the Annapurna Circuit Trek is 5,416m)

The highest mountain in the world continues to lure adventures as ever. A scenic flight lands you at the airstrip of Lukla (2,850m) from where you begin walking to the Sherpa Village of Namche Bazaar and on to Tengboche monastery. Then it's over the glaciers to the foot of Everest for the view of a lifetime (maximum elevation 5,546m)

3) Langtang
The third most popular trekking region lies to the north of Kathmandu. The Gosaikund lake situated here is a much-revered Hindu pilgrimage site, Langtang offers baffling extremes in topography and climate conditions (maximum elevation 4,480m)

4) Remote Areas
For those who want to get off the beaten track, there is the trail to Mustang (maximum elevation 5,400m) north of the Annapurna range which offers mind-boggling landscapes and mystical cultures. Dolpo in northwest Nepal (elevation 4,500 m) captivates visitors with its Phoksundo Lake and unparalleled scenery. Manaslu in west-central Nepal (elevation 5,213 m) offers a diverse range of pristine ecosystems. Makalu in the eastern part of the country (elevation 5,350m) takes you through isolated valleys and high mountain passes. Kanchenjunga in the extreme east offers a close look at the world's third highest peak.                                                   

Friday, February 22, 2019



                                             TRAVEL RELATED INFORMATION(FAQ)


If you are wondering about accommodation in Nepal. Don't worry about it. Nepal has a wide variety of accommodation which ranges from five-star hotels to budget hotels and lodges. In order to get quality service, it's better to use only the facilities of government registered hotels and lodges.

Restaurant and Food

Different kinds of food representing the culinary arts of many parts of the world can be easily found in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Most of the Hotels may have several restaurants under one roof serving a wide variety of dishes while individual restaurants cater to several types of cuisines like Chinese, Indian, Continental, Japanese, Tibetan, Nepalese etc.


Nepal is a land of paradise with its pristine culture and natural beauty. Adventure in Nepal offers off-beaten trails or virgin trail. There is something for everyone- the magnificent tumble of great snow summits, the highest in the world, or great-ridges carpeted in alpine flowers, a forest of rhododendron, isolated hamlets, villages, small mountain, towns, birds, animals, temples, monasteries many different people etc. Trekking can be done from October to May, however, the best seasons are October to May, but October and November are best seasons indeed. To assure quality service and safety purpose it is advisable to make the trekking programmes through a government recognized trekking agency.


Rafting in Nepal offers worthwhile memory for a lifetime. There are numerous fine rivers in Nepal which offer excellent rafting or canoeing. You can glide on calm jade water with a magnificence of scenery all bout or rush through roaring white rapids, in the care of expert rivermen employed by government authorized agencies.

Permit for Trekking

For foreigner intending to trek in any part of the kingdom of Nepal shall have to obtain a trekking permit from the Department of Immigration restricted area permit are obtained from Immigration office. But for the normal routes, permits can be easily obtained by joining the trekking agency. Some of the rules for trekking are as follows:

-Trekking may be undertaken for only one place or an area at a time.
-Trekkers should follow the route prescribed may create serious problems regarding security, food, and accommodation.
-It is advised to arrange trekking through the registered trekking agencies to prevent oneself from any unseen accident which may occur at any time during the trekking period.
-While trekking it is advisable to take only authorized guide and porter.
-Be careful with matches around wooded or grassy areas, forest and grass fires cause serious damages.
-Be most economical with all fuel, especially regarding the local firewood use minimum fuel for hot showers and discourage camp-fire.
-Trekkers are strictly forbidden to cut any green forest resources and to kill any wildlife.
-Give preference to lodges and trekking companies that do not use firewood and encourage their efforts to conserve the environment.
-Support measures to reduce pollution and improve the environment.

Altitude Sickness

Altitude Sickness, often known as Acute Mountain Sickness, if not treated when symptoms first appear, can lead to death. It is the effect of altitude on those who ascend too rapidly to elevations above 3,000 meters. Early mountain sickness will manifest itself in headache, loss of appetite and sleeplessness. Do not ignore these warnings otherwise more serious symptoms can occur which can even cause death sometimes within a few hours. Being young, strong and fit does not help. Medicine is no substitute for descent. If a doctor is available, he/she may give medicine and oxygen. However, the patient must go down even if given treatment. If you travel in the Khumbu region you can contact at khunde, and Pheriche hospital and if you travel to Manang you can contact and Manag hospital respectively for altitude sickness and information. Doctors are available there during trekking season.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019



If you are travelling to Nepal make sure that Tribhuvan International Airport is one and only international airport in Nepal. Nepal Airlines the national flag carrier of Nepal and other international Airlines operates flight from Bangkok, Colombo, Calcutta, Dhaka, Dubai. International flight operating their flights in Kathmandu are Biman Bangladesh, China Southern, Malindo Air, Qatar Airways, Fly Emirates, Druk Air, Indian Airlines and Thai Airways.


The entry points for Nepal are Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belahiya, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi and Mahendra Nagar. The only entry point at Nepal from China is Kerung, Rasuwa and Kodari.


If you are travelling from the border of India. The road transportation is only options to travel Nepal. Kathmandu is a major hub connected with India through the fertile plains of the Terai by the most fabulous highways. Visitors are permitted to drive their own cars but their vehicles must possess an international carnet. There are regular bus service to Kathmandu from all the border points. The interior parts of the country are also linked with a number of motor-able roads. Buses for the different parts of the country are available at the Gongabu bus terminal which is located near Balaju.


Nepal Janakpur - Jayanagar Railway operates a freight and passenger service in the eastern Terai.


The Nepal Airlines operates an extensive network of air service in the interior parts of Nepal. It has scheduled flights from Kathmandu to Taplejung, Bhadrapur, Rajbiraj, Bhojpur, Phaplu, Lukla, Lamidanda, Tumlingtar, Rumjatar and Biratnagar in the Eastern Development Region to Simara, Janakpur, Ramechhap, Jiri, Bharatpur and Meghauli in the Central Development Region: to Pokhara, Jomsom, Manang, and Bhairahawa in the Western Development Region; and to Nepalgunj, Chaurjhahari, Surkhet, Dang, Juphal, Jumla in the Mid- Western Development region and to Bajura, Baitadi, Dipayal, Darchula, Mahendranagar, Dhangadi, Tikapur in the Far- Western Development  Region.