Active Holidays


Starting at

$ 365

Duration : 6 Days

Group Size : 3-5 pax

The home of Sherpa community of Nepal is known as Solu-Khumbu. All famous mountaineers from Sherpa Tenging Norgey to 10th time summiter Ang Rita came from Thame in Khumbu region. Sherpa belongs to Nyingma-pa Tibetan Buddhist sect. They practice their own Buddhist tradition and custom, which their ancestors brought from East of Tibet. The area above Jorsale, about 113 sq. km is under the protection of National Park. There are blue pine, fir, and juniper forest in the lower elevation and, birch and rhododendron forest in between 3300m to 4000m. Musk deer, Himalayan Thar and serow are commonly found. There is panoramic view of the Himalayan range all the way from Gaurishanker to Mt. Makalu. The view of Amadablam is photogenic.

You follow classic route used by all Everest expedition that starts from Lukla to the base camp of Mt. Everest. Continue the journey to Phakding and enter into the home of Sherpa perched in the nook and corner of the valleys in Khumbu. Stop at Namchebazar and Syangboche. Visit Khunde and Khumjung. You get to see great view of Mt. Everest and Amadablam. Amadablam may be the most photograhphic peaks anywhere. It is beautiful and imposing right in front of you. Descend back to Dudh Koshi and stop overnight at Mongo. Travel onward to Lukla. Fly to Kathmandu.

Namche Bazaar is the commercial center of Khumbu region. It is important stop for trekkers and mountaineers on way to base camp of Everest and many other mountains in that area. It is home of Sherpa ethnic group. Their traditional occupation used to be yak herders and traders. Now due to change in geopolitical condition they have changed their occupation to tourism. They are well known as trekking and mountaineering guides and widely used as high altitude porters by expedition teams. Their religion is Buddhist.

The trek to Everest is incomplete without being influenced by the culture of Sherpa people of the Khumbu region. Ever since the first successful ascent of Mt. Everest (8848m) by Sir Edmund Hillary the whole community benefited from the influx of tourist who come to enjoy the unique landscape of the high mountain that has been the subject of many books and research. Named it, all famous explorers and mountaineers have traded the path. Ever since the peak XV was spotted as the highest point on earth the whole region came into international focus.  Though the mountain is named Sagarmatha by the Nepalese and Chomolongma by the Tibetan (Chinese) yet the name of Sir George Everest after whom the name was given has become synonymous with the peak itself and the region. After the British Swiss made 2 serious attempt to reach the summit; in 1952 Raymond Lambert with Tenzing reached 8500 meter in their second attempt. As a result they prepared unwittingly Teng Sherpa for the British expedition to help them summit the peak of Everest in 1953 for the first time in the history of human being. Since then the attention on Everest have kept on increasing every year.

Starting at

$ 3750

Duration : 1 Days

Group Size : 2 pax

Fly across the panoramic himalayan ranges that are covered with snow. As you take off from Kathmandu Langtang Lirung (7245m) looms before you. The chopper turns east towards Gaurishanker and Everest. As you travel you will be watching unrestricted view of Gosaithan (8046m), Chhoba Bhamare (5496m), Gaurishanker (7134m), Melungtse (7161m), Chugimago (6259m) and then prominent peaks like Numbur (6957m) and Cho Oyu (8201m) appear as you approach Syangboche airstrip. The flight may land at Lukla (2800m) airstrip before heading to Syngboche. The fight journey continue through Dudh Koshi valley that leads to the beautiful alpine lake at Gokyo (4750m). The helicopter hover round Tawache peak (6542m) and follow Imja valley to Everest Base camp (5364m). The photogenic peak of Amadablam (6814) and Thamserku (6618m) in the east looms very close. You may stop Thyangboche monastery or at Syangboche for a brake. The close of view of Mt. Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8501m) and Pumori (7165m) are everlasting memory. Return to an airstrip at Syangboche for breakfast. The close up view of Amadablam is simply mesmerizing.

Aircraft- Ecureuil AS350 and Bell 206 III Long Ranger are used for the flight. The interior of the helicopters are well furnished and sound proof. It can carry maximum 5 persons plus pilots depending upon the altitude it has to go. These aircraft can reach a maximum of 4800-meter (16000-ft.). Though the flight is expensive but within a short time you are very closed to the mountain and the people who lives there.
Since you will be flying high little above 5000-meter elevation the helicopter will not be able to carry more than 2 person at one time. For more than 2 persons a logistics arrangement has to be made. The places you visit also depend upon the logistics of the flight. Our representative will meet you the day before your flight and will brief you about the trip. The weather plays a crucial factor for the flight to take place. For any cancellation 10% service change will be deducted.



Starting at

$ 325

Duration : 5 Days

Group Size : 2 pax

Ghorepani (2530m) is the favorite destination of Annapurna foothill trek. It used to be main pass through which traders with Mules from Mustang and Tibet used to pass through to reach Pokhara. Early morning sunrise over Dhaulagiri and Annapurna from Pun hill is very famous. The panoramic view of Annapurna range on the way to Ghandrung village is unforgettable. The other highlight of the trek is Ghandrung.

This is a large Gurung village from where Gorkhas are recruited in the British and Indian army. It is situated above Modi Khola (river) at the elevation of 1951 meter. It is one of the best-known villages in the foothill of Annapurna. The village has an office of Annapurna Conservation. The panoramic view of Annapurna dominates the entire skyline almost throughout the trek. Lodge and teahouse along the trail make this trip affordable and easily accessible.

The trail from Birenthati gradually climb to Tirkhedhunga. After an overnight at Tirkhedhunga we climb the steep trail to Ulleri and continue to ascend through thick oak and rhododendron forests till we reach Ghorepani. Next day climb slightly up the ridge and then descend steeply on a narrow trail through rhododendron forest to Banthati and another up and down hill walk to Tadapani. Then descend gradually to Ghandrung; next day make steep descend to Modi Khola (river) and climb up to Landrung (1646m). The trail from Landrung continue to ascend gradually to Toljka (1892m). We climb to the pass at 2439m and then finally descend to Pothana (1981m); walk further to Dhumpus (1829m) for an overnight camp. Dhumpus is situated at the end of the ridge. On the last day we make steep descent to Phedi through terraced rice field to the floor of Yangri khola (river) and drive to Pokhara.

Starting at

$ 420

Duration : 3 Days

Group Size : 2 pax

Chitwan is situated in Rapti valley in subtropical land of Terai.Owing to its rich adornment of nature, Chitwan National Park was declared UNESCO Natural Heritage Site in 1984. The park that includes in its area a part of the Shivalik Hills, is covered with deciduous forests overlooking the flood plains of Naryani, Rapti and Reu rivers and offering a wilderness of rich ecosystem that includes mammals, birds, reptiles and many amphibions of various kinds.

There are around 600 over plant species, 50 over mammals , 500 over birds, 50 over amphibians and reptiles are found around the park. It is one of the few remaining habitat of Royal Bengal tiger and great one horned rhinoceros. Small herd of wild elephants are occasionally seen. There are scientific research projects funded by WWF (World Wild Life Fund) and international organization to understand ecology, behavior and preserve species like rhino, tiger and deer. There is breeding center for nearly extinct ghariel crocodile. Tharus are an inhabiant of this place and the culture adds a distinct touch tos the Chitwan experience in a colorful way. There are also sites of historical importance at Devghat. Pandavnagar, Balmiki Ashram, and Kabilaspur.

How to get there?

Driving distance 140kms 5 hours drive OR Fly Chitwan (Nearest airport is Bharatpur 10kms drive)


Note: Oct/March (average temp. 25 degreees)

May June - Hot above 40 degrees

July to Sept : Rainy

Sugested Items

  1. Short & Long Sleeve Shirts - Long sleeved is for protection from the sun and insects in the evenings.
  2. Shorts & Trousers - again, long trousers can protect from the sun & insects
  3. Swim wear for on the river
  4. Shoes - Comfortable trainers/shoes and a pair of sandals. You will need some type of hiking or safari boot if you plan on any walking safaris.
  5. Binoculars Camera
  6. Personal first-aid kit and wash kit
  7. Guidebooks, maps, etc
  8. Water bottle
  9. Insect Repellent
  10. Sunscreen and lip protector
  11. Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  12. Personal medication
  13. Flashlight
  14. Footwear
  15. Reading book
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