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TREKKING PLANNER AWARDED A MERIT 2021 CERTIFICATED OF BEST IN CLASS

Trekking Planner (P.) Ltd has been awarded the BEST-IN-CLASS Certificate, only awarded to the top 5% highest performers within the travel industry!Tre...

Nepal government eliminates required 7 Days Quarantine

Nepal government gives new travel rules in a bid to help the travel industry. The chamber of pastors meeting declared new rules on Thursday under whic...

Unexplored Trekking Destinations in Nepal

Less famous headquarters journey in NepalNepal has eight of the world’s most elevated mountain on the planet and is the country with many pinnacles. I...

Traveling to Nepal – Coronavirus Updates and Advices

22nd July 2020Nepal Tourism Commence | Government permits the travel industry exercises for the impending seasonOn 21 July 2020, an undeniable level b...

Everest Heli Tour – Should I Choose Spring or Autumn?

In Nepal, the peak tourist seasons are spring and autumn. Although there are parts in the mountainous region of Nepal that are accessible throughout t...

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour – Why and When

Everyone presumably will not have satisfactory time and energy for going to Everest headquarters through journeying. Along these lines, we have arrang...

Mardi Himal Treks – Things To Know

Lying in the western area of Nepal, Mardi Himal is the drifting course for all Foreign just as Domestic voyagers. The short schedule and loaded with p...

7 Reasons Why One Should Visit Nepal

It’s been only 50 years Nepal opened its way to the travelers officially. In any case, in these couple of decades, the nation has turned out to be a s...

Best Time To Visit Nepal

While in Nepal, inside the stretch of just 70 kilometers, you can experience temperature instability running from boiling warmth to hardening cold. Su...

Everest Helicopter Tour – What You Need to Know

Everyone likely won’t have sufficient time and energy for going to Everest headquarters through journeying. Along these lines, we have arranged Everes...

Nepal Opened From Tourism From 17 October, 2020

The WAIT IS OVER NOW!The Nepalese government will return the nation’s outskirts to worldwide travelers from October 17, 2020, following a right around...

Nepal Trekking Planner Earns 2020 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence

Kathmandu, Nepal – (PRESS RELEASE)–  Nepal Trekking Planner today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence. The ac...

What Can I Do to Keep Myself Safe From Coronavirus During my Travels?

As per the WHO (World Health Organization), to guard yourself on the off chance that you travel during the COVID-19 episode, you need to:Wash your han...

Is it Safe and Good Idea to Travel During the Coronavirus Outbreak?

Shockingly, nobody can disclose to you that going during the Covid flare-up is completely hazard free, paying little heed to your age, well being, or...

Why is Autumn the best time of the year for trekking in Nepal?

Nepal’s trekking trails offer everything – from scorching sunrays to freezing cold nights, crowded trekking trails to ghost towns, and from incessant...

3 Best Trekking Destinations for Autumn 2019 in Nepal

Harvest time, the season among summer and winter, is the pinnacle season for trekking and snow capped undertakings in Nepal. In spite of the fact that...

Why Should You Choose Everest Heli Tour Over Trekking?

Home to the world’s youngest yet tallest mountains, Nepal is a trekker’s paradise. It is the only country in the world with an altitudinal variation t...

Five best winter destinations in Nepal

Most of us associate winter months with a cozily lit room, warm blankets, and a hot cup of tea. As the temperature plummets, the gravitational forces...

Five reasons to visit Mustang for your next trek

Trekking to Mustang is a rare privilege. Today, it has become one of the most visited tourist regions in Nepal. The fact that it is home to the holy t...

5 Best Trek Destinations for Teahouse-Style Trekking

With the increasing inflow of tourists for treks, the major trekking routes have lodges dotted across their trails. These lodges are also known as tea...

Trekking in Nepal: Expectation Vs Reality

Expectations are good only when done little. This quote is in fact true in the context while trekking in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal can be a lot differe...

Highlights of the Upper Mustang Trek

Located in the western region of Nepal, Upper Mustang Trek has more than what meets the eye. This beautiful place has its own history over the centuri...

Why Everest Base Camp short trekking is getting so popular?

To put it simply, because it is a trek to the base camp of the highest peak in the world. While only a very small fraction of people makes it to the p...

Top 8 Reasons To Visit Nepal For Your Next Holiday

Nepal opened its doors to the foreigners oddly half a century ago. But in these few decades, the country has become one of the most visited and loved...

Short Trekking Destinations in Nepal For Visit Nepal 2020

Nepal is broadly known for its broad trekking courses that take explorers to the core of the mountains. However, similarly well known are short tourin...

Yoga Tourism In Nepal

The delightful Himalayas of Nepal, much needed refresher and the authentic actualities, for example, Gautam Buddha conceived in Nepal has consistently...

Visit Nepal 2020 Year

‘country full of lively culture, heritage sites with world highest mountains’Why Visit Nepal 2020 Year?Colorful, lively cultures of both Hindu and Bud...

Trekking During Mid Winter in Nepal

Numerous trekkers, aides and neighborhood individuals believe it is anything but a smart thought to venture out to higher heights mid winter trekking...

Things to Carry For Trekking in Nepal

Making a beeline for the highest point of the tallest slope? Or on the other hand investigating that way your companion suggested? It’s constantly enj...

Short Trekking Destinations in Nepal

On the off chance that you love investigating the wild yet don’t possess energy for a full trek, you can pick treks in Nepal course that are short, ye...

Recommended Places to Visit in Nepal

You more likely than not read different web journals expressing top spots to visit in Nepal, giving you a thought of the spots maybe with experiences...

Ghorepani Poonhill Trekking Highlights

It would not be right to state that Poon Hill and Ghorepani trek is the most well known trek of the ongoing occasions. With heavenly treks prompting t...

Trekking Types in Nepal

Nepal is home to 33% of the marvelous Himalayans. The nation is altogether minor however houses 800 kilometers out of 2400 kilometers in length Himala...

Upcoming 3 Popular Festivals in Nepal

It would be an understatement to say that Nepal is rich in culture and diversity. This small mountain country is home to more than 125 different ethni...

3 Best High Passes Treks in Nepal

On the off chance that you have had a longstanding affection for the Himalayans, crossing its enchanting passes perhaps something that you have depend...

Nepal Trekking Planner Earns 2019 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence

Kathmandu, Nepal – 29th May 2019 (PRESS RELEASE)–  Nepal Trekking Planner today announced that it has received a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Exce...

5 reasons why autumn is the best time of the year for Everest Heli Tour

In Nepal, there are several trekking destinations that are trekkable year-round. However, this is not applied when you are flying. There are several f...

Everest Base Camp Trekking Tips

You don’t need to be a mountain lover for needing a look at the world’s tallest pinnacle, Mt. Everest, and that is the reason it’s basecamp is the mos...

2019 Certificate of BEST-IN-CLASS By BookMundi.com

We have been awarded the BEST-IN-CLASS by Bookmundi.com which is awarded to the only top 5% highest performers within the travel industry.Bookmundi is...

21st March 2019 Trekking in Nepal – Top 3 Picks For Autumn

Harvest time, the season among summer and winter, is the pinnacle season for trekking and snow capped experiences in Nepal. Despite the fact that the...

Five high-altitude treks in the Himalayas for experienced trekkers

The trekking trails in the Nepalese Himalayas go higher than the summit of the highest mountains in Europe. Trekking through the hair-raising, nerve-w...

3 Popular Trekking Destinations in Everest Region

The Everest district in Nepal is one of the most well known and stunning locales in the Himalayas, and it is considerably more than only a notorious p...

A beginner’s guide to teahouse trekking

Every year, Nepal hosts swarms of trekkers, from beginners rambling on from teahouse to teahouse to hardcore trekkers who suffice on a backpack and a...

5 reasons why Annapurna Circuit Trek is the ultimate trek in the Western Nepal

Annapurna Circuit – the trek that encircles the 8,091m Annapurna Massif – is the most popular trek in the Western Nepal. This journey from the lowland...

5 romantic travel destinations in Nepal

Be it your honeymoon trip or a visit to renew your vows, there is no other country in the world that will offer you an ambience or a suitable setting...

Five best highlights of Poon Hill and Ghorepani Trek

It would not be wrong to say that Poon Hill and Ghorepani trek is the most popular trek of the recent times. With magnificent treks leading to the hea...

Three Side Trips To Add To Your Everest Region Trek For A Richer Experience

Three Side Trips To Add To Your Everest Region Trek For A Richer ExperienceThe Everest region isn’t the most popular trekking region in Nepal for no r...

Four Reasons To Visit Rara For Your Next Trek

Four Reasons To Visit Rara For Your Next TrekJust a few years ago, hardly a hundred people made trips to Rara. Today, it is one of the most sought-aft...

Where to go running in Kathmandu?

Like any other capital on the planet, Kathmandu has quintessentially turned into a concrete jungle. This City of Temples is now populated with skyscra...

Adventure Sporting Events to attend in Nepal

Nepal Don’t go after Nepal’s size. It is tiny, but what it lacks in size, it makes up with its adventurous offerings. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that...

Where to trek during this Dashain?

Dashain is just around the corner. It’s that time of the year when the skies are brighter and the weather is cooler. It’s the nation’s merry-making ti...

Tips to take professional-looking photos while trekking in Nepal

Most of you have first known about Nepal for the first time through someone else’s spectacular mountain photography.  Be it in the postcards you...

Why now is the best time to book trekking holidays in Nepal

Nepal is a haven destination to trek for every trekker around the globe. Though a year round travelling destination, some challenging trek routes are...

Scope of Sports Tourism in Nepal

Nepal is known for its beautiful mountains, culture, bio-diversity and countless alluring elements of bucket lists for every tourist. Despite all thes...

Nepal as a wedding destination

A wedding day is definitely one of the most important, life-changing events in a person’s life. Most girls grow up dreaming about their wedding day qu...

Top five trekking destinations to explore in Visit Nepal 2020

Once is never enough. Nepal has so much to offer from its dreamlike mountains to ancient temples to serene national parks, just one visit to this smal...

How to manage your anxiety while traveling?

If you have panic disorder or any other mental illness, panic attacks and anxiety-related symptoms might keep you from travelling. Travelling to new a...

How can you be a responsible traveler?

Through the ways we travel, the regions we decide to cover, and the choices we make on how to spend our money and where can have a tremendous positive...

Tea House Trekking in Nepal

A tea house trek is a fun way of getting accustomed to the culture of Nepal.Also it is extremely cheap!! It not only helps you to save time, it also h...

Trekking Insurance – what to cover when hiking at altitude?

Trekking in the Nepalese Himalayans comes with several risks and that is the part of what makes it the adventure of lifetime. From a blister-covered f...

Nepal Trekking Planner Received Travellers’ Choice TourRadar Partner Status

We are privileged to share that TourRadar has announced our company “Nepal Trekking Partner” to achieve Travellers’ choice TourRadar Partner Status wh...

Motor biking Trips in Nepal, Why it’s getting popular?

Race the rain, ride the wind, and chase the sunset. These are the words a biker lives by no matter where he or she is originally from. Motor biking is...

When is the best time of the year to travel Nepal?

While in Nepal, within the stretch of just 70 kilometers, you can experience temperature fluctuation ranging from sweltering heat to freezing cold. Su...

2018 Certificate of Excellent Service By BookMundi.com

We have been awarded the EXCELLENT SERVICE Certificate by Bookmundi.com which is awarded to the only top 10% highest performers within the travel indu...

How to plan a trip with group of friends

Planning a holiday travel with friends has only two possible endings: Go big or go home. Simply put, group holidays can be the worst or the best type...

Nine Ideas to Help You Travel Cheap

How to save money during travels is one of the most frequently asked questions for holidays. Like us, most people put travel on their top list every y...

5 amazing attractions in Nepal that you have never heard of

You have all heard of the world-famous Everest and Annapurna regions. Sure, you have also heard of historic world heritage sites of the Kathmandu vall...

Eight Things All First-Time Travelers Forget

Despite the amount of time you’ve put into selecting a suitcase and finally fitting everything inside it, it might still happen. You’ve left your home...

Seven Tips For Staying Safe While Traveling

While there is a certain charm, an appeal of traveling with naivety in an unknown place, it is better to be safe than sorry. Although traveling around...

7 most beautiful peaks in the Himalayans

Formed as result of a collision between the Eurasian Plate and the Indian Plate that started some 50 million years ago, the Himalayans are the highest...

5 Tips to Improve Your Everest Base Camp Trekking Experience

Everest region simply doesn’t need any introduction. Home to the world’s tallest peak, it is also one of the most versatile and gratifying trekking re...

Patan- City of Art and Culture

Patan, generally known as Lalitpur and historically known as Manigal is the third largest city of Nepal. It is located at the south-central part of Ka...

Nagarkot – overnight escape

Nagarkot, one of the scenic spots of Nepal is located at 28km north east of Kathmandu and situated at an altitude of 2300m. Nagarkot is mostly known f...

5 Things to do in Pokhara

Pokhara is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal. Located 200 kilometers west of Nepalese capital, it is also the most frequented city...

The essential backpacker’s guide

There are backpackers who love to go tramping in the jungles, sleeping on beaches and in tents, and hitchhike halfway around the world. And then there...

Ritual of girls in Nepal

Nepal, the country with numerous ritual where almost every community practices some kind of rituals and none of the seasons are free from the ritual c...

Ten things to do at Patan

There are lots of things to explore at Patan (Lalitpur). If we have to list them then here are the ten things that one can do at Patan.1. Patan Durbar...

Hiking along the edge of the valley

Take a taxi or bus to the Newar settlement of Gokarna (10 km from Kathmandu on the road to Sundarijal from Boudha) and check out the Gokarna Mahadev T...

Yomari Punhi: Newari delicacy

Yomari, also called Yamari, is a delicacy and important part of Newari community. It is a steamed dumpling with outside layer of rice flour and an inn...

Shivapuri: Day Hike Near Kathmandu

Shivapuri is an amazing hiking route situated at an elevation of 2563m north of Kathmandu. It is the second highest hill around Kathmandu valley. The...

Elephant Tourism in Nepal: A Different Approach

In Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, elephants are nowadays being used as walking guides in the forest rather than as outdated and punishing tourist carr...

Homestay Experience in Nepal

Nepal’s varied population with equally diverse customary and cultural approaches can best be explored with trekking across the rural sites of country....

10 reasons to visit Nepal

You do not need to think of reason to visit Nepal. Visit this beautiful small country and make it an experience of life time. You will want to keep co...

Why Hiring a Trekking Guide in Nepal is Necessary?

Planning a trek in Nepal? Then you are bound to wonder if hiring a local trekking guide is necessary for you or not. To answer that pondering question...

Guidelines for Everest Base Camp Trek

“Go for a remarkable Everest Base Camp Trek and enjoy awe-inspiring adventures in Nepal.”Have you ever wondered about the sudden rush of joy making yo...

Annapurna Base Camp Trek VS Annapurna Circuit Trek

"Memories made in the mountains stay forever in our hearts.”Planning for a trip to Nepal and want it to be a gratifying one. Well, then you are like m...

Best View Point of Everest

“When everything feels like an uphill struggle, just think of the view from the top.”Look if you are a person who dreams of going on an Everest Base C...

Holi The Festivals of Color

-Nepal’s most colorful and vibrant festival-Overall Holi is considered as a festival of adoration with the rainbow-hued colors over the globe. Celebra...

Difficulty of Everest Base Camp Trek

“People do not decide to become extra ordinary. They decide to accomplish extraordinary things.”-Sir Edmund HillaryWith more than 30,000 sightseers a...

Best Way to Celebrate your Christmas and New Year Holidays is Trek in Nepal

While Christmas and New Year are knocking at the door, most of the people are thinking to celebrate them in the best way possible. How about celebrati...

What is Trekking?

“Altitude is the difference between an ordeal and an adventure.”Trekking- in simple terms may just come up to you as an act of going on a long laborio...

Nepal Trekking Tips

We all have heard about the exquisiteness and flares’s of Nepal and just like you many people dream about coming to this land of mesmerizing beauty an...

Know about Altitude Sickness before Trekking

The amount of oxygen in the air decreases with altitude. As you reach higher, air pressure is lower and there will be less oxygen in every breath you...

Best Treks for Photography in Nepal

Without any hesitations one can easily say that Nepal is truly a gift full of natural and cultural variations. Thus it makes Nepal one of the best des...

Dashain: To bring families together

“As the festivity grows closer, the desire to get back with one’s family grows higher”Dashain is the best celebration of Nepal mainly for Hindus. Like...

Top 5 short Treks of Nepal

“Where ever you go, go with all your heart.”Nepal is a country full of natural beauty consisting of many high Himalayas, majestic mountains, strange w...

People of the Himalayas

“Individually we are one drop, Together we are an ocean.”The Himalayas is one wonder of nature that has intrigued us since time immemorial. Its high s...

Nepal Trekking Styles

“Only one who wanders finds a new path”For people all around the world “Trekking” is still the Number One activity in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal truly i...

Book via Trekking Company or Hire a Local Guide?

We advise you to book your trip via trekking company of course. But this recommendation is not biased because we are one of the trekking companies in...

Gai Jatra -To lead dead ones to heaven

“For Nepalese death is not the opposite of life, but rather it’s a part of life”IntroductionGai is cow and Jatra is Procession (Festival). Gai Jatra,...

Packing for Trekking in Nepal

Packing your things, clothing and equipments among the other things, are one of the most essential things to complete your trekking in Nepal. Remember...

Trekking for beginners in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is always a much desired adventurous activity for any adventure seeker. Getting out of the cozy comforts and beginning this adventur...

Permits and cost for trekking in Nepal

Home to world’s tallest mountains and some of the most diverse landscapes, Nepal obviously has some of the best trekking trails in the world and the m...

Nepal Trekking Routes

So you are all set for Nepal Trekking? If yes, you are one of several thousand tourists who are set to trek in various trekking routes and destination...

Trekking in Nepal from Sep to Nov (Autumn Season)

Autumn months from September to November are the one of the best time for trekking in Nepal. Many travelers from all around the world visit Nepal to e...

Make the best out of holiday in Nepal during Monsoon Season

While others went out for holidays during the peak trekking season in Nepal and you are the one left with holidays during June/July yet want to holida...

Few Handy Tips on Trekking in Nepal

Are you planning for your holidays? Then trekking in Nepal might be in your to do list. If you love traveling around the foothills of Himalayas, then...

Top 5 Reasons to Choose Nepal as Your Next Trekking Destination

Choosing a destination for your next holiday is quite a challenge in itself. And to make your task simpler, I would like to suggest you to visit Nepal...

Best cycling routes in Kathmandu

If you haven’t got enough from trekking and hiking then try cycling. Cycling in Nepal is one of the best popular activities. The Unique landscape of N...

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

“Trek through the beautiful landscape and hospitable Gurung ethnic inhabitants Encircled by the high mountain peaks in all direction at Annapurna Base...

No Matter What Nepal Rises Back

Although Nepal Is Gifted With Immense Natural Beauty That Can Overwhelm Anybody, This Beautiful Country Has Faced Many Natural And Political Problems...

Safe Trips After Earthquake

(On April 25th 2015, a large-scale earthquake hit Nepal. Very few of the trek routes are affected but most are still safe to go.)

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