Trekking in Nepal offers an unparalleled adventure, blending stunning natural beauty with rich cultural experiences. The most sought-after trekking destination is the Everest Base Camp, where trekkers are rewarded with breathtaking views of Mount Everest. The Annapurna Circuit and Langtang Valley treks are also popular, showcasing diverse landscapes from lush forests to alpine meadows.

The best time to trek in Nepal is during the pre-monsoon (March to May) and post-monsoon (September to November) seasons, when the weather is clear and stable. Trekkers can expect a range of accommodation options, from teahouses to more comfortable lodges, depending on the route. Proper preparation, including physical fitness and acclimatization to altitude, is essential for a safe and enjoyable experience.

Whether you seek the challenge of high-altitude passes or the serenity of remote villages, Nepal’s trekking routes offer something for everyone, making it a top choice for adventurers from around the globe.

We like to Work as a Team: Guide & Porter

As a trekking guide I work with a porter. I want to work with a porter for the following reasons:

  • The services of a porter are invaluable during the trip. My clients welcome taking a porter along. It frees them up to have a more enjoyable trip because they don’t have to carry as much weight themselves especially in challenging terrain with many elevation changes. He carries a max. 20 kg load.
  • The experience the porter gains is an important step to become a guide himself.
  • He is an important source of support in emergency situations.
  • We have done many trips together and I have complete confidence in his ability. We work well as a team.