Mustang "The Ancient Kingdom" Trek (21 days)

Mustang "The Ancient Kingdom" Trek (21 days)

Mustang "The Ancient Kingdom" TrekA vast expanse of rock; wilderness of huge proportions, Mustang opened only for selected organized groups since 1992. Mustang offers a truly exceptional opportunity to explore an area rich in ancient tradition and mythology. An almost treeless, barren landscape with a countryside similar to Tibetan plateau. In lower Mustang the hills tend to be great, red fluted cliffs, while upper Mustang offers an endless expanse of yellow and gray rolling hills, eroded the wind, which is prevalent in this area. The people here are Tibetan in origin and their way of life and spoken language reflect this ancestral lineage. The trek takes you to the walled town of Lo-Manthang, a visually extraordinary place, home of the present Mustange King and full of beautiful temples and Gompa.

Fixed Departure Trips 2015-2016

Fixed Departure Trips
High Mountain Wave Trekking offers fixed departure Trekking, expedition, climbing, Tour and travel packages in Nepal, Tibet, India and Bhutan with applicable time for the traveler who wants to explore the nature, culture and panoramic Himalayas .

Everest Base Camp/Kalapatthar Trek (16 days)

Everest base Camp,Kalapattar Peak up the Dudh Kosi river from the Sherpa villages of Namche Bazaar and Khumjung. It is less touristy area than the traditional route to Kala Pattar and EVerst Base Camp.

The day-hike to the Gokyo Ri-5483m on day 7th allows you to look down on the vast Ngozumpa Glacier and have the great views of four of the world's ten highest peaks Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu and Makalu. Our return route to Namche Bazaar will be via the Sherpa villages of Phortse and the great Tengboche Monastery.

Lhasa & Mt. Everest base camp motorbiking trip (14 days)

One of our most praised off-road adventure by motorbikes in Tibet will be recorded as a journey of treasured experience and memories. We will bring you to Lhasa, the capital city of Tibet by overland then return back the same route via the highest Himalayas in the World, the Mt. Everest base camp.

Everest Classic Trekking (21 days)

Everest Classic Trekking (21 days)
Everest Classic TrekkingSince early days of the climbing history in Nepal’s top of the World 8,848m peak has had drawn many adventure seekers to scale it and hold world record and trekkers to glimpse its amazing views. Mt. Everest trekking route becomes one of the most popular trails among the outfitters. Getting a test of unique Sherpa cultural hospitalities the most of the trekking days will be spent above altitude of 3000m in the Khumbu and Imja Khola valleys exploration- there will be plenty of time to enjoy the local culture of the Sherpa people, visiting ancient monasteries, learn about Buddhism influence in Sherpa’s life and traditional farming system will add to your journey an unforgettable experiences.
Your trekking to the Everest region will begin with exiting STOL flight to Lukla at 2800 meter above sea level. The trail passes through the picturesque Sherpa cultural villages of around together stunning mountain views via meadow land of upper Khumbu valley and finally you will be at Gorakshep (5140m) the last stop point and from there ascent of Kalapatthar ridge (5545m) from where you can observe classic views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Mt Pumori and its many surrounding peaks. You will be also exploring up to the Everest Base Camp and Khumbu glacier section observation along the entire trip. Besides you will be crossing also the famous Cho La pass and enjoy its best panoramic views from Gokyo Lake.

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Growth in Visitor Arrivals in July 2013

The figures released by Immigration Office, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) reveal that visitor arrivals in the month of July 2013, compared to the same month last year, have increased by 0.28% to 38,560.

Govt waives off climbing permit for five more years

The government has decided to waive off climbing permit fee for mountain peaks in mid and far western regions for five more years effective from July 16.

Tibet open to foreign Tourist

Tibet tourism Bureau said that Tibet open to foreign Tourist start from April 1st, From Now we will get the Tibet Travel Permits without any Restrictions for Nationalities and group size, even for Solo Traveler. We can get the Permits.

Tourists to hit record high during Spring Festival holiday in China

The number of holiday tourists is expected to rise by 20 percent compared with the previous year, surpassing 200 million for the first time, the China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) said.

Malaysia launches VISIT MALAYSIA YEAR 2014

Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak said this target is achievable by enhancing the growth momentum of the country’s tourism industry through the VMY 2014 promotional campaign. The campaign, which runs for one year, not only promotes Malaysia on an international level but also highlights various pro-active initiatives by the Ministry of Tourism to ensure Malaysians understand the economic benefits of a successful VMY 2014.

Everest summiteers feted in Dublin

The Nepalese Embassy in London organized a special function in the Irish capital of Dublin on July 12 to felicitate Irish Everest summiteers and also to promote Nepal Tourism Year 2011 campaign.

Number of visitors coming for trekking, mountaineering down

The number of tourists coming for trekking and mountaineering – two popular tourism products of the country – declined to 11.65 percent of the total visitor during fiscal year 2010/11 from 20.9 percent of the pervious fiscal year, according to Economic Survey 2011.

Eco-trekking workshop in last week of July

Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) is organizing the 13th Eco-Trekking Workshop in the last week of July. The workshop is being held with the them of 'Promoting Responsible Tourism in Destinations'.

Around 70 participants from TAAN's member agencies are expected to participate in the program. TAAN has been organizing the event to promote responsible tourism practices among member agents.
The workshop will center on eco-tourism, developing corporate culture, responsible tourism, trade unionism, flora and fauna and field-based practical for eco-tourism, according to Bachhu Narayan Shrestha, first vice-president of TAAN.
"We will finalize the destination for the workshop within a few days," Shrestha added.

The last edition of the workshop was organized in Godavari of Lalitpur.

Tourist arrivals rise by 6 % in May

Tourist arrivals rise by 6 % in May :

Tourist arrivals to Nepal in the month of May increased by six percent as compared to the figure recorded in the same period last year. A total of 26,634 foreign tourists entered the country via air in the month, according to Immigration Office at Tribhuvan International Airport.

Korean is the first woman to climb all 14 highest peaks

Korean is the first woman to climb all 14 highest peaks

South Korean mountaineer Oh Eun-sun became the first woman to climb all 8,000-meter peaks in the world. Oh reached the summit of Annapurna (8091m) on April 27 to complete her illustrious campaign that she started by climbing Gasherbrum II (8,035m) in 1997. Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner was the first mountaineer to climb all eight-thousanders.

Nepal's Sales Mission to China concludes

Nepal Tourism Board with the cooperation of China Southern and six prominent tour operators who have long experience in serving Chinese tourists organized a Nepal Sales Mission in PR China.

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