8. Expedition Style Trek in less visited areas of Nepal

Enjoy a fully organised expedition style camping trek to wild and lofty places with the comfort of sleeping in tents and eating three hearty meals a day prepared by trained cooks throughout the trek.


  • Kanchenjunga – The third highest mountain located on the Indian boarder. It is a strenuous trek up to the base camp. We can arrange transfers from Kathmandu to the start of this trek.
  • Dolpa – Visit the remote Land of Bon also known as Upper Dolpa. Strong Tibetan influences are prominent in this region. Lower Dolpa can be reached by plane.
  • Narr-Phu Valley – Recommended for camping style treks, taking around 9 days from Koto to Ngawal. The Tibetan valley is just north of the Annapurna circuit and was only opened to visitors in 2002.
  • Upper Mustang – Foreign visitors have been allowed to the region since 1992, but tourism to Upper Mustang is regulated. Mustang is rich in Buddhist culture, similar to the area of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Festival in the area: Tiji Festival –  a three-day ritual known as “The chasing of the Demons”, centered around the Tiji myth celebrated in Mustang, Nepal.

When: May.

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