For over years Fair Trekking Nepal (P) Ltd has leaded the way in traveling, trekking and climbing in Nepal. We will take you to interesting and exciting places of natural wonders, enabling you to experience high adventures and local cultures set against the magnificent backdrop of the Himalayan range – a setting where joy and tranquility prevail for one’s eternal peace and happiness.
We is also famously known for the warm hospitality given to every guest. For all who come to this mysterious realm awaiting you is an atmosphere of welcome and warmth. We also give you breathtaking and enchanting land of myths and legends to come, see, and experience.
The trek to Everest Region continues to be one of our most rewarding programs and will prove to be your greatest journey. This unique blend of outdoor adventure and cultural exploration is a great way for you to experience the Himalayan region of Nepal. On this once in a lifetime trip, your first day begins with the chance to explore the exotic city of Kathmandu before flying into the mountain.
The Annapurna region is situated in the center of the Nepalese Himalaya, and occupies about 80km of land between the Marsayangdi River in the east and the Kali Gandaki River in the west. The mysterious and veiled land of Mustang, closed until just recently, lies to the north. Among the hump-like Annapurna I (8091m) are 11 other soaring peaks.
Langtang is situated close to the Tibetan border. A remote valley enclosed by snow-capped mountains that culminates in the peak of Langtang Lirung (7246m). It is all part of the beautiful Langtang National Park. Among the deep valleys and high peaks lives both the Tamang and Tibetan people who have cohabitated here side by side for generations.
A highly favored, and fairly recently opened trekking route to the Manaslu Massif will award you with pristine mountain views, and genuine adventure. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich culture heritage, unsurpassed beauty, and biological diversity. Manaslu stands at 8163 meters (26, 775′) and is the 8th highest peak in the world. It sits along the border of Nepal.
The landscape of Mustang is more akin to a grand high desert dotted with solitary mountain pillars rather than the usual forested and high pastures typical of the Himalayan Mountains. These high plateaus and barren windswept terrains together present a colorful mosaic made up principally of ochre, yellows and brown shades.
In the northwest of Nepal lies a region ringed like a horseshoe shape of soaring peaks called Dolpo. These peaks rise higher than 21,000 feet and have a cold high desert feel to it. Home to people of Tibetan decent since the early centuries of the Christianity, Tibetan refugees continue to trickle into Dolpo.
There are a handful of areas in Nepal that are still rarely visited by outsiders and considered extremely remote. Kanchenjunga region is one of them. This trek takes you through pleasant villages and beautiful forests in the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area and is named after Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m).