There is no better partner to explore Nepal and its surrounding area with than Green Society Adventure Pvt. Ltd. With an array of enjoyable tours, adventure-packed treks, and peak climbs available. They unquestionably offer some of the most spectacular experiences you will find in the Himalayan region. Either choose from one of the many exciting itineraries already available, or for a more bespoke requirement, they can work with you to deliver your very own personalized excursion.
Established in 2013, you can be sure that by savoring Nepal with Green Society Adventure Pvt. Ltd. you are in very capable and experienced hands. Tours and treks vary in length, but there is something to suit everyone, no matter your age or fitness level. We have selected some of their best tours and treks in Nepal to give you an insight into the world that awaits you on your Nepalese adventure.
1. Everest Base Camp Luxury Trek
Lasting a fabulous 12 days in the Everest region, the Luxury Everest Base Camp Trek includes all that you need. From your very own personal guide, airport and hotel transfers to full board meals, snacks, teas and coffees, literally everything is taken care of. The facilities and support you receive from your knowledgeable trek team is second to none, and although perhaps not as challenging as some of their other treks, you will still find it physically demanding. The trek itself involves a long hike through sometimes rocky and steep terrain, with magnificent views of some of the world’s highest mountains, including Mount Everest, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam. Altitudes are high, and so good physical condition is a must, but the guides really make you feel comfortable, regardless of your pace. Take in the spectacular views as your experienced English speaking local navigates you through some of the traditional Sherpa villages, and witness some of the captivating Heritage sites in Kathmandu on your way to Base Camp. What better way to finish the day than by returning to the comfort of your deluxe luxury accommodation for a good nights rest before the next chapter of your adventure begins.
2. Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara Lumbini Tour
One of the most spiritual and fascinating tours imaginable is the Kathmandu Chitwan Pokhara Lumbini Tour, providing the opportunity to experience the beauty of Nepal alongside its religious culture. Over these varied eight days you will visit Chitwan National Park, where an elephant ride awaits you, followed in the evening by a cultural show. You’ll then make your way via the 2nd largest city in Nepal and one of the most popular and picturesque tourist destinations, Pokhara. After the tranquility of boating on the ever-so-peaceful Phewa Lake, your journey continues to Lord Buddha’s Birthplace Lumbini, Maya Devi Temple and Monastery – the birthplace of the Lord Buddha and one of the most revered places for Buddhists around the world.
3. Heritage Site Tour in Kathmandu
The Heritage Site Tour in Kathmandu is a nice length at three days. In a small group of no more than 12 people, your tour guide will take you to some of the most historic gems this capital city has to offer. An introduction to Kathmandu and the local area, this tour is a perfect way to explore and provides a mixture of amazing views combined with historical visits to some of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.
4. Short Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
This four day trek is ideal for introducing you to the beautiful Annapurna region of Nepal. The Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is one of the shorter and easier treks, beginning in Kathmandu and ending in Pokhara with a wonderful farewell meal. The drive is 6 hours of stunning lush green landscapes and mountains before arriving at Pokhara. From here the adventure continues with a drive to Banthani for your 3-hour trek to Ghorepani. Making your way through rhododendron lined forests, you’ll encounter traditional villages and have the opportunity to interact with the local people before reaching the Poon Hill – a break-taking spot to watch the sun rise and set over the extraordinary Himalayan range. An unforgettable experience.
5. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour
The most luxurious way of experiencing Nepal has to be by helicopter. The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is just perfect for getting a bird’s eye view of the mountain terrain – including Mount Everest. The round trip takes about 4 hours, starting and ending in Kathmandu, briefly stopping at the highest hotel in the world, Everest View Hotel. It is here that you will witness one of the most breathtaking views of Mount Everest you can possibly ever experience.
6. Jungle Safari Tour in Bardiya National Park
Your six day Jungle Safari Tour in Bardiya National Park begins and ends in Kathmandu. Including all your airport, hotel transfers, and park entrance fees (as per itinerary), you are transferred in nice small groups by private vehicle to this unspoiled wilderness of grassland and forest. One of the largest parks in Nepal, it is also one of the most undisturbed national parks in the country, home to endangered swamp deer, wild elephants, Royal Bengal tigers, and the greater one-horned rhinoceros. If you are looking for a unique jungle adventure, then this tour is for you – engage in a day of bird watching and even accompany your expert guide on a tiger-tracking expedition!
7. Manaslu Circuit Trek
Walking on average 6 to 7 hours a day the carefully planned Manaslu Circuit Trek is a fast-paced trek to Manaslu Base Camp. One of the more ‘off the beaten track’ treks, this takes you into the most lusciously green forests and alpine meadows. You will also visit Birendra Lake and cross the truly breathtaking Larkya La Pass, one of Nepal’s longest and most spectacular passes. Not for the faint-hearted, it’s one of the more challenging treks offered by Green Society Adventure Pvt. Ltd., both from a stamina and acclimatization perspective. Rest assured, the guides and porters are there to assist every step of the way.
8. The Langtang Valley Trek
The Langtang Valley Trek really does combine everything Nepal has to offer. Situated north of Kathmandu, the trek navigates Langtang National Park, where you will encounter local Tibetan life and the most stunning mountain views and waterfalls you’ll ever have the pleasure of experiencing. Beginning with an approximate 6-hour drive from Kathmandu in Syabru Bensi, it is from here that the excitement starts. With daily treks varying in length from 3 to 6 hours at a time, over the next 9 days, you will encounter mostly uneven terrain on this moderately difficult trek.
9. Mera Peak Climbing
One of the best treks for climbing, this challenging 15-day trek takes you to Mera Peak – one of Nepal’s highest trekking peaks. The Mera Peak Climbing Trek combines breathtakingly stunning scenery with panoramic peak views. It’s definitely action-packed with a back-to-back itinerary crossing through many places, including Mera La Pass and Hinku Valley, where you will encounter ‘local living’ in one of the most unspoiled parts of the Himalayas. The well-deserved down time at the very end in Kathmandu is a most welcome day of rest.
10. Upper Dolpo Trek
A tougher 24-day trek in group sizes of 2 to 8 people, the Upper Dolpo Trek takes you through the more rugged side of Nepal. This restricted area trek is a more remote experience through local Tibetan villages and forests. The absolute highlight has to be the visit to Phoksundo Lake – a stunning turquoise lake nestled in the heart of the Dolpo region. The deepest lake in Nepal, it is considered one of the most beautiful and serene lakes in the Himalayas, as it mystically changes color throughout the day. Definitely a spot for picture-taking!
Whatever level of fitness you are and whatever trek you are seeking, Green Society Adventure Pvt. Ltd. truly has a trek in Nepal to suit you.
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