Good walking, superb views, true hospitality...
For most people a trek in the Himalaya is a life-changing experience. The only problem is, once you have done it you will want to return again and again. Fortunately there is no shortage of treks to undertake, from the very famous ones, like those in the Annapurna and Everest regions, to explorations into lesser known corners of this fascinating country.
 
To trek in Nepal there is no need to join a large group with a host of guides and porters. You can organise your own trek, whether it is entirely on your own or with a personal guide and, if you want to make life particularly comfortable, with your own porter. Staying in small guest houses (usually called tea-houses) you can walk as far as you like in any day, as there is almost always a small village around the corner.
 
Getting to the trek start from Kathmandu usually involves travel in a bus or taxi, and perhaps a spectacular mountain flight. These flights are not as expensive as you might think and can be a real addition to your holiday experience. All the transport you need can be arranged in advance by Himalayan Magic Adventures, as well as the trekking permits required for the National Parks.
 
Of course, if you have a larger group and would like to go on a camping trek that too can be arranged, with a full complement of guides, porters and cooks. Whatever the size of your group it's important to know that Himalayan Magic Adventures' guides and porters are experienced, properly paid and properly equipped.
 
Whatever your plans please get in touch. We can advise on the best places to trek and at what time of year. Although the prime trekking months are in the Spring and Autumn there are other possibilities outside of those periods.
Annapurna trek
Annapurna Circuit
 
Kagbeni
Kagbeni, Mustang