Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Special packages of Tour

Everest Base Camp Trek :-
The Everest region (or Solu Khumbu region, as it is locally known) is the second most popular trekking area in Nepal (the Annapurna is the first). The popularity of this region is derived, of course, from its proximity to the world's highest mountain, but also from its Sherpa people and buddhist monasteries.

Of the trek's strongest difficulties are it's up-and-down walking (resulting from crossing ridges instead of walking along them) and it's steep gain of altitude (especially for those starting at Lukla).

Although the trek is named the Everest Base Camp trek, the main highlight of the trek is the walk up to Kala Pattar ("Black Rock") peak, a magnificent view point at 5545 meters, offering astonishing views of Mt. Everest and it's surrounding mountain peaks. more..........
The word Dolpo refers to a specific area of Tibetan heritage located in the northern portion of Dolpa District. Actually, Dolpa District, as a whole, is home to many diverse ethnic groups, including Hindu, Shaman, Buddhist and Bonpo. Dolpa is one of the most remote and sparsely populated Districts in Nepal. The landscape is characterized by high steep valleys and relatively dry climate. No roads exist; access is by small plane or many Day walking.

This trek starts from a high vantage point at the township of Hille. For a few kilometers the trail follows a new road being built by the Nepali Army before turning back on to the original trail and the commencement of a long and steep descent to the floor of the valley

Activities : Sightseeing/Trekking/Rafting & Jungle Safari. (optional)
Best time to go : Sept to Apr more..............
Gokyo lake
Description : The Gokyo Lakes trek is one of the best treks in the Khumbu region. Much of the trek takes place at moderate to high altitudes, venturing through rich Buddhist villages, red birch and dwarf rhododendron forests together with magnificent views of the peaks of Sagamartha, Cho Oyo, Lhotse. Makalu and Tawetse. Highlight of this trek is the walk to the sacred lakes of Gokyo. Two days will be spent exploring the Gokyo area, including a steep climb to the top of Gokyo Ri to witness what is the most comprehensive and impressive panoramas in all the Himalaya. This trek will appeal to those who wish to see the major mountains of the Sagamartha region from a less-trekked trail, as well as visit the regions key monasteries. more...........