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Expedition in Nepal

Nepal is a land of unparalleled scenic beauty and one of the most diverse geographical regions on earth. It contains an incredible variety of terrain in a relatively small area, ranging from the tropical lowlands of the (Terai) at about 300 ft above sea level to the summit of Mt. Everest at 29,035 ft (8850m)! What adds an even more interesting dimension to Nepal is the fact that its friendly people are from over 36 different tribal groups!

Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal has 1310 mountains (the major portion of the Mountain range.) which are over 5500 meters (18,090 ft) to 8848m (29,028ft) above sea level. This makes our country exceptionally popular for mountaineers. Mountaineering in Nepal is one of the most attraction and courageous parts rather than high adventure trekking. This beautiful tiny Himalayan kingdom of Nepal is one of the paradises that have met anyone who wish to conquer high mountains by their own foot. This small kingdom is the land of world's top highest peaks including Mt. Everest is majestic crowned to the north. Eight of the world's 14 peaks over 8000m including Mt. Everest (8850m), Kanchenjunga (8586m),Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8463m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m) Annapurna (8091m), are only located in Nepal. Mountaineering and trekking in Nepal has relied heavily on the progress and inspiration developed by various expeditions to Everest. Most of the attraction of Nepal in the early days resulted from the discovery that the highest peak in the world lay within the forbidden and isolated kingdom. Beside Royalty and other government liable charges, Nepal Holiday Trek & Expedition provides its best service with experienced climbing Sherpa in very negotiable price. Our Sherpas have already succeeded all peaks higher then 6000m and of course Mt. Everest (8848m).

We offer guided mountaineering and trekking expeditions to Everest, Cho Oyo, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Annapurna and others peaks in Nepal. Our long association with the Himalaya has led to the formation of the most respected Sherpa team in Nepal. The team, all of whom speak good English, has been working together for over 7 to 10 years. The result is an incredible level of teamwork, communication, understanding and support.

Mt. Annapurna Expedition

Mt. Annapurna is the tenth highest peak in the world situated in the western Nepal. The Annapurna massif extends between Kaligandaki and Marshyangdi river valleys.

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Mt. Amadablam Expedition

Amadablam (6812m) situated to the south of Lhotse and Mt. Everest and is well-known for its captivating beauty. And it lies beside Everest in the center of the Khumbu Valley.

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Mt. Dhaulagiri Expedition

The word Dhaulagiri (8157m) originally came from Sanskrit "Dhavala" which means white and “Giri” means Mountain. The Mountain was flaunted evaluators in India by British in the early 1800s.

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Mt. Baruntse Expedition

Mount Baruntse lying at an elevation of 7129m is recognized as one of the fantabulous peak in Nepal. This is an extensive snow peak which has four edges and 4 peaks altogether.

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Mt Manaslu Expedition

The name Manaslu (8163m) comes from the Sanskrit word Manasa which means Intelligence or Soul. Mount Manaslu was first summated by a Japanese expedition group in was summated in 1956.

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Mt. Pumori Expedition

Pumori AKA Pumari is a mountain on the Nepal-Tibet border in the Mahalangur section of the Himalaya just 8 km to the west of Mount Everest just nearby the Tibet border.

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Mt. Tukuche Expedition

Mt. Tukuche Peak is one of the striking peaks that towers in Annapurna region in front of gigantic 8000m Dhaulagiri peak. Ascending Tukuche Peak regarded as less dangerous and technical way.

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Dhampus Expedition

Thapa / Dhampus Peak is situated in the Dhaualagiri region the northern side of the wildest valley of Nepal (hidden valley) and along with Kaligandaki River flow its bottom.

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