Tour from Lumbini; birth place of Lord Siddhartha Gautama invites you to spend quality time by visiting Nepal. Country rich in culture, tradition, natural beauty, history arts and architecture, Nepal welcomes you.
Recently operating Bhairahawa International Airport is the 2nd international airport of Nepal. After Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathamandu ,Bhairahawa International Airport, Lumbini is also ready to welcome everyone travelling through the airport. Similarly, we are also ready to welcome our respectful guest from the airport.
Now, to those tourists who are travelling via lumbini airport should not worry because, we are offering various kind of package that include pick and drop off from and to Lumbini Airport. We are also ready to customize your package as per your interest and desire. Moreover we are also offering an airport shuttle service to your hotel also
If you have any question regarding the tour from Lumbini, airport, travel then you can directly email us at email@example.com. We are always ready to help and to answer your question.
Here are some packages lists from Bhairahawa Airport along with the airport transfer services.
Everest Base Camp trek info. It is undoubtedly the most popular trekking program in the world that promises to take you to the foot of Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain.
Everest Base Camp trek itinerary begins from Lukla that was construct in 1961 by Edmund Hillary. Similarly, you will spend a day in Namche. The capital of Khumbu, for acclimatization before heading towards Kalapathar via Sherpa villages of Syagboche, Dingboche, Pheriche and Lobuche. At 5550m, hence, Kalapathar offers majestic view of Mt. Everest and Khumbu Glacier. The highlight of this trip and then walk down to Everest Base Camp (5360m) to witness the glorious south face of Mt. Everest. Another high of this Everest Kalpathar trek is the tour of 800 year old Thyanboche Monastery tower. Over by the beautiful Ama Dablam mountain.
The Everest Base camp 13 days itinerary route is design to allow you adequate time for acclimatization as well as natural exploration. Moreover, you will enjoy learning about Sherpa culture and lifestyle and exploring the wildlife of Sagarmatha National Park which is a world heritage site.
Everest base camp trek itinerary
Day 1: Kathmandu to Phakding
Day 2: Phakding to Namche
3 Day : Namche rest
Day 4: Namche to Phortse
5 Day: Phortse to Dingboche
Day 6: Acclimatization at Dingboche
Day 7: Dingboche to Lobuche
8 Day : Lobuche – Everest Basecamp GorakShep
Day 9: Gorakshep – Kalapatthar and downhill trek to Pheriche
10 Day: Pheriche to Namche
Day 11: Namche Bazar to Lukla
Day 12: Lukla to Kathmandu
If you would like to follow the longer classic route to Everest Base Camp from Jiri, then please follow this link www.besttournepal.com/jiritoeveresttrek.com.
Similarly, Aside from the programs mentioned above, we also run other treks in Everest region as listed below:
August is one of the important times of the year in Nepal. It is the mid monsoon season or rain season that sees a wet weather all over in Nepal except trans-Himalayan ranges. For those wondering how will be the weather in August in Nepal, here is a clue what Nepal looks like.
The temperature in Kathmandu remains above 30 maximum and around 15 minimum in the night and morning. Similarly Pokhara which is regard as the wettest place in Nepal has temperature range from 15 to 32 degree Celsius. While in Chitwan in southern Nepal, the highest recorded is 35.
Weather in August
Kathmandu Maximum Temperature
Aggregate Kathmandu Rainfall up to
Aggregate Pokhara Rainfall up to
High Temperature of Chitwan
Low temperature of Chitwan
Rain fall up to
Mustang/Upper Mustang/Muktinath etc Reason: protected from the rains by the Himalayas
Cultural & City Tour
However, due to heavy rains, most parts of Nepal, especially hilly region is full of affluent greenery. The rivers in Nepal also swell and raises in current and volume. This is the time when Europeans have vacation and they often try to come to Nepal. During this August season, the best activities in Nepal are culture tour. Trekking in almost all regions are not recommend. Due to cloudy weather, poor visibility and problems of leaches and swelling rivers.
Hence, trans Himalayan region such as Upper Mustang and Dolpo. These two destinations that don’t receive any rainfalls and are perfect for trekking. So this is one another reason to visit Nepal if you are still wondering how will be the weather in August in Nepal. Furthermore, here are the list of cultural tour that can be done in August season as well:
Upper Mustang trek is one of the most coveted trekking trail that takes you to the kingdom of Lo Manthang. Which is culturally and socially linked with Tibet.
Upper Mustang is a controlled tourism area located along Nepal-Tibet border. The trek itinerary allows you to explore two beautiful valleys: Manang and Mustang. Both these valleys are known for their rugged geographical features and unique biodiversity. Along with the trek of Nepal you will visit ancient Luri Gumba. The palace of Lo Manthang, exquisite Choser cave where Milarepa have meditated.
Similarly, the latter part of the trekking follows Mustang trekking route along the famous Kaligandaki River Gorge. Which is the deepest gorge in the world between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri .
Moreover, you will visit Muktinath Temple, Kagbeni Village and Jomsom which is the hometown of Thakali traders. Along with the trek you will learn about Tibetan Buddhism and their Cultures, visit ancient monasteries and see the geographical and ecological diversity. Tiji Festival is one of the most famous festival observe in Upper Mustang.
Furthermore, only group trekkers are allow in Upper Mustang and trekkers are require to obtain special permits from the Nepalese government. The best time to do this trek is the period between February and November.
Hiking in Nepal guarantees you beautiful Himalayan views, typical village lifestyle, culture and pristine nature. Nepal is known world over as a hiking and trekking destination. Furthermore, Nepal is home to world’s nine highest mountains in the world including world’s highest Mt. Everest and third highest Mt. Kanchenjunga.
Its unique geographical diversity of Himalayas, hills, valleys, lakes and forests give it a unique edge and competitive advantage over every other country.
Nepal is paradise for hiking and trekking. Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Dolpo and Manaslu are few of the most popular hiking and trekking destinations in the world. In fact trekking and hiking comprise almost 30% of the tourism activity in Nepal.
When it comes to hiking, you don’t even have to travel all the way to the mountains. There are plenty of of options even from cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara. These hiking opportunities range from a few hours walk to few days, depending upon your choice. And further hiking opportunities are available in all parts of Nepal.
Things to know about Manaslu Circuit Trek. Manaslu Circuit trek involves making a complete circle of Manaslu Himalayan ranges, which is the eighth highest mountain in the world. Along with the trail you will have great views of Manaslu, Annauprna, Himlung Himal, Gyaji Kang and Kang Guru.
Because this is a challenging trek that requires you to go into the higher elevation and even cross Larky La Pass at 5167 meters, very few trekkers go choose Manaslu trek. The Manaslu Circuit trek takes you to Nubri and Tsum valley where people follow Tibetan culture and dialects and visit medieval Shringi, Rachen and Mu Gompas. Also Manaslu Larke pass trek is a controlled area where trekkers have to pay extra permit fees to enter the area. The trekking region lies within Manaslu Conservation Area which is rich in flora and fauna such as Himalayan Musk Deer, Red Panda and Snow Leopard.
Mt. Manaslu at 8156m tall is the eighth highest mountain the world. The Manaslu Himalayan range lies in Gorkha district of Nepal inside Manaslu Conservation Area. And has several trekking routes in Manaslu region.
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Manaslu Mountain located 63km east of Annapurna region is the eighth highest mountain on earth. Also called mountain of spirit, Mt. Manaslu was first climbed in 1956 by a Japanese expedition. Since then over 300 mountaineer have climbed the mountain.
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Manaslu Conservation Area has recorded 11 types of forests that is home to 2,000 species of plants, 39 mammals, 201 birds, 3 reptiles and 11 butterflies. Some of the rare animals found in the area like Snow Leopard, Musk Deer, Brown Bear, Himalayan Thar. The conservation project in support of local community has been promoting eco tourism in the region.
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Manaslu Base camp is situated at an altitude of 5200m. It is about 4-5 hrs steep walk from Samagaon to reach Manaslu Base Camp. As soon as you reach to the base camp you can see the spectacular Manaslu glacier and Mansalu ranges.
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Manaslu Circuit trek is one of the most adventurous and longest treks in the Himalayas. The aim of the Manaslu Circuit trek is to circumambulate the Mt. Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world. The trek also passes through Manaslu Conservation Area.
Manaslu circuit trek itinerary
Manaslu circuit trek itinerary is designed to give you a real taste of what Himalayan trekking is like. You will enjoy medieval monasteries, spectacular views of Manaslu ranges and rich natural diversity. The Manasu circuit trek itinerary also features visit to Tsum Valley.
Trek takes you to Manaslu region which is a controlled area and requires special permit to enter.Thus, Manaslu trek encompasses Manaslu Conservation Area which includes the eighth highest mountain Mt. Manaslu. Experience the Tibetan culture in Tsum valley.
Manaslu Trek itinerary takes you to all the best spots of Manaslu region including Manaslu Base camp. You will also visit Mu and Rachen Gompa and trek to Tsum Valley. The highest point of this trek is Larkey La at the altitude of 5167m.
Manaslu Trek difficulty
Manaslu Trek difficulty is usually graded as moderate to strenuous. The trek is an adventurous trekking that takes you to high passes and valleys while making a complete circle of Mt. Manaslu. The trails are challenging and require acclimatization.
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You can easily find Manaslu trek map in map shops and stores in all tourist destinations in Nepal. A Manaslu map will help you to get information and navigate Manaslu region. It costs anywhere between US$2-5 per copy.
Manaslu trek best season is either during Spring (Mar-May) or Autumn (Sep-Nov). During these seasons the weather is fine, the visibility is clear to see snowcapped peaks and the forests come alive with flowers and wildlife activity.
Manaslu trek weather entirely depends on the season you chose to trek. Manaslu trek is best in Spring (Mar-May) and Autumn (Sep-Nov) when the weather is mild sunny. The higher valleys in Manasu region has alpine climate as compared to temperate ones in lower region.
Manaslu trek in august
Manaslu trek in August is probably the best time of the year. August signals the beginning of the Autumn season and promise for a warm and balmy weather ahead. Skies are clear and blue and the Himalayan peaks glisten in full sight.
Manaslu trek in December
Manaslu trek in December is possible but not recommended. It is the height of the winter season when Manaslu region is much snow. The visibility is too poor and the temperature will go below zero in higher region of Manaslu.
Cheap Manaslu Trek
Cheap Manaslu Trek is one of the options we have for those trekkers who are travelling on tight budget. This trek includes transportation, food and accommodation along with a guide. Cheap Manaslu trek is best approached during Spring, Autumn and even during Summer season.
Trek without guide
Manaslu trek without guide is not recommended and is highly risky. It is a high adventure trek in to the Himalayas which involves crossing passes and going to higher altitudes. In this case an experienced guide with local knowledge is a must necessary to do Manaslu trek.
Manaslu trek accommodation comes in two types: basic lodges or homestay. Lodges are available all along the trek while homestay has recently been opened in few places in lower region of Manaslu. The trek accommodation is of basic standards with some offering hot shower.
Manaslu trek road building
Manaslu trek road building has been going for a few years. The roads being built however do not obstruct the Manaslu trek whatsoever. Manaslu trek is one of those pristine areas that is full of natural and cultural diversity. So for, Road access has been connected till Soti Khola.s
Manaslu base camp trek
Manaslu Base camp trek is one of the several trekking trails in Manaslu region. Similarly, the purpose of Manaslu Base Camp trek is to take you to Manalsu Base Camp which is located at an altitude of ,,,,,m. Best approached during Spring and Autumn.
Manaslu Basecamp trek itinerary takes you to the base camp of Mt. Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world. Moreover, it is an adventurous trek that involves crossing high Himalayan passes, walking through glaciers and snows and dense forest. In addition you will also learn about Tibetan culture and lifestyle and visit Rachen and Mu Gombas.
Manaslu larke pass Trekking
Manaslu larke pass trekking is the most adventurous and longest trekking route in Manaslu region. In addition this trek you will cross Larke pass lying at an altitude of 5167m and see spectacular Manaslu range. Other attractions include visit to Tsum Valley and Mu and Rachen Gompa.
Manaslu Larke pass trek
The highest point you will reach in Maanaslu Larke pass trek is the Larke pass located at an altitude of 5167m. Thus trekking trail mostly passes through Manaslu Conservation Area which is home to many rare animals. Enjoy spectacular views of Manaslu ranges, world’s eighth highest peak.
Larke pass trekking
Larek pass trekking is one of the finest trekking routes in Manaslu region. Located in Gorkha district, Larke lass trekking takes you to Larke Pass (5167m) to enjoy majestic views of Manaslu Hiamalyan range. You will also visit the medieval monasteries RAchen and Mu Gompa and learn about Tibetan culture in Tsum and Nupri valley.
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Manaslu Trekking is one of the most adventurous and exciting Himalayna trek. In this trek you will visit Manaslu Base Camp as well as cross Larke La pass. However the best part is to visit Tsum Valley along with Mu and Rachen Gompa.
Manaslu Annapurna trek
Manaslu Annapurna trek is a combination of two famous Himalayan trekking, Manaslu which is the eight highest and Annapurna which is the ninth highest mountains in the world. This trek involves crossing highest passes, trekking through two conservation areas and visiting ancient palaces and medieval Buddhist shrines such as Chumig Gyatsa and Rachen Gompa.
Gokyo lakes trek from Kathmandu is undoubtedly the most adventurous trekking route in the famed Everest region. The trek offers you a unique opportunity to visit Gokyo Lakes in Everest region which almost reach the altitude of 5000m.
Moreover, Gokyo Lakes is world’s highest freshwater that is glacier fed and appear deep turquoise in color. There are five lakes in Gokyo Valley which are located at a considerable distance from each other. Similarly, the Gokyo Valley trek follows these Gokyo Lakes that lies side by side Ngozumpa Glacier. Which is one of the world’s largest glaciers. As part of Gokyo trek. You will also climb Gokyo Ri (5483m) to watch the majestic peaks of Everest, Cho Oyu, Lhotse and Makalu.
Gokyo Trekking begins at Lukla and goes a longer route around Everest region passing through villages of Namche, Dole, Macchermo and Monjo. One of the attractions of this trek is the visit to Khumjung village where Hillary established the first school for Sherpa community.
The Gokyo Trekking gives you a glimpse of Sherpa lifestyle and their culture and Tibetan Buddhism. Gokyo Valley trek is equipped with good lodges and hotels and is suitable for trekkers who are physically and mentally fit.
We are also offering following packages in Everest region:
I don’t have enough time thus I did the Mardi Himal Trek in shortest time frame.
I am the tour planner for Eyes on Nepal Tours & Treks, and for me – November is the busiest period of the year and yet I choose this time to come for this trek.
Why Mardi Himal Trek 4 days in November?
Because the period I am picking is the best time for this trek. (Date: 16 – 19 November)
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Day 1: Pokhara – Kande – Australian Camp – Pothana – Pitam Deurali – Forest Camp
From Pokhara, we drive to Mardi Himal Trek starting point Kande. From Kande, we trekked to Australian Camp then to Pothana.
NOTE: Australian Camp Trek 1 day is the easiest 1 Day Hike from Pokhara. Many tourist will do this trek from Pokhara as it only take a few hours and the view are so rewarding.
Eyes on Nepal Instagram has some nice pictures of Australian Camp. See below:
Please note at Pothana, you will meet the ACAP Check Post & Information Centre Pokhara, and you need to register your ACA Entry Permit here.
Your Mardi Himal Permit will be registered by your tour guide. If you did not apply the permit, you need to return to Pokhara from Pothana. This is the furthest you can trek to without the ACAP permit(Annapurna Conservation and Project).
NOTE: There is no restaurant, lodge, or rest point from Pitam Deurali to Forest Camp, thus, you need to fill your stomach full as this will be a 4 hours trek non stop in the pine forest. Please bring along enough water or snacks.
Day 2: Forest Camp – Rest Camp – Low Camp – Badal Danda – High Camp
Day 3: High Camp – Mardi Himal Base Camp (4500m) – Upper View Point – High Camp – Low Camp
Today, my friends went to the Mardi Himal Base Camp then to Upper View Point at 4am. They returned to our hotel at High Camp exactly at 1pm for lunch.
When they were back, I just woke up from a good night sleep. It was a good day to remember as I was so happy at high camp on my own and enjoy the view at high camp almost all alone. It was so beutiful and I have no will to trek further up for better view(which they told me but I don’t want to risk 8 hours for similar views as what I was getting in my bed and hotel at High Camp).
At 3pm, we packed and checked out and descent down to low camp which took us 2 hours to do it.
We checked in hotel at Low Camp at 6pm. Rest down.
I am not tired at all as today I did only 2 hours downhill trek.
Nepal tour operatorspecialize in tours of all types be it cultural, historical, and natural or pilgrimage. They can also help you in arranging visas, transportation, airline and bus tickets and coordinating sightseeing tours.
The first travel/tour agency was open in Nepal back in 1964. Nepal Association of Tour and Travel Agents (NATTA) was formed in 1966 and today has over 800 members.
According to 2017 data, there are altogether 3824 travel
agencies in Nepal and their number is increasing annually by 10%. Some are run on
traditional manner while others are more modernized. Some focus on B2B and some
on B2C. Still others focus exclusively on recommended clients.
Likewise trekking agencies manage trekking and other
adventure activities in Nepal. Formed in 1979, Trekking Agencies Association of
Nepal (TAAN) has over 1800 members and is the biggest tourism association in
Nepal. TAAN also issue Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) cards to
Eyes On Nepal is a Nepal Tour operator as well as trekking organizers based in Kathmandu. It operates in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and India. Best Tour Nepal is commit to providing trustworthy services at reasonable prices.
Nepal tour guide Nepal Trekking guide. Tour guiding in Nepal is one of the most lucrative and sought after professions. Though, there are over 4000 certified Nepal tour guides in tourism providing a strong foundation for Nepalese tourism industry.
The attraction of educated youth in tour guiding profession
is increasing every day. Since 2000, there has been a dramatic rise in the
number of young adults, both men and women, taking up tour guiding as a
Every year Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management (NATHM) conducts training to produce skilled manpower in trekking and tourism field. Of late Nepal Mountain Academy (NMA) has also started organizing training and offering Nepal tour guide Nepal Trekking guide license.
Training includes both theoretical and practical courses. Tour guide training offers classes in Nepalese culture, history, nature, anthropology, trekking, iconography, environment, art &architect, religion, wildlife and demography. As well as First Aid and communication are two other courses offered in the training.
In order to be eligible for tour guide training, one should have bachelor’s degree, possess few years’ experience in the field and those with a flair for second language (European, English, Japanese, Chinese etc.) is given a priority.
Thousands of youth apply for the training but only few get
selected year. The aspirants have to go through rigorous monitoring, screening
and interview process. Besides practical
classes, trainees are also required to sit in examination to receive tour guide
Similarly there are nearly 15000 trekking guides in Nepal.
To be eligible for trekking guide training, one needs to have some years of
experience working as trekking porter and have at least passed 10th
grade. Unlike tour guide training, trekking guide training focuses more on
nature, culture, history, first aid as well as communication.
Best Tour Nepal employs qualified licensed guide, who are
selected on the basis of their experience, discipline and commitment to their