Renjo-La – 14 Days

Renjo-La pass in Nepal definitely tough trekking route – but the scenery provides more than ample rewards. Think of this not just as a trek but more as one of the finest mountain journeys you are ever likely to undertake in your lifetime.

Challenging Trek

It is reasonably popular but takes you over little-trekked passes – the Renjo La (5,340 m) through the remote Bhote Khosi valley. It provides fantastic views of well-known 7,000 and 8,000 m peaks.

We have the superb classic objectives of ascending the summits of Gokyo Ri, for unrivaled views of Mount Everest, offering panoramic views of Cho Oyo, Mount Everest, Cholatse and many more Himalayan giants.

You may encounter herds of Yaks. This area has some lodges and a nice trekking trail. It is now considered as tea-house trekking route of Nepal.

These days it is easier to cross but a few years ago the pass was steep and dangerous at the top. Still, we suggest crossing it in good weather though. Practically every one crosses in the Thame to Gokyo direction.

To see five different lakes, Ngozumpa glacier– consider as the largest glacier in Nepal, the beautiful view of Mt. Everest (8848 m), Makalu (8463 m), Lhotse(8516 m), Cho-yu (8201 m) and many other snowy peaks are the main most outstanding feature of this trek.
Apparently, this is one of the challenging treks in Nepal.

A Famous Destination

Renjo-la pass in Nepal has variously been spelled as Henjo and Renjo but the correct way is Lhenjo La. This trek also starts from Lukla (2880 m) and follows the Dudh Koshi valley and climb to Namche Bazar and it is popular as the capital of Sherpas.

Going up through the Thame valley will be very interesting for every trekker. Also, the Bhote Koshi valley will put you on the ancient historical trade route between Nepal and Tibet.


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Everest Base Camp and Gokyo via Cho-La – 18 Days

Cho-La pass is a popular trekking route with challenge and unforgettable panoramic views, well-conserved bio-diversity. Everest trek is famous for its spectacular mountain peaks with shiny snow, the loyalty, and friendliness of its inhabitants (the Sherpas). The Everest region (Khumbu) is significant destinations for tourists in Nepal. We also offer from Cho-La pass in Nepal with Everest base camp trekking in Nepal, many of the routes through the mountains are strenuous. There are plenty of places to rest and enjoy the meal along the way.

Gokyo lake and Cho La Pass trek guide you through the foot of Mt. Everest through high Cho-La pass with an altitude of 5,420 m. This is classic and unbelievable trekking, visiting all of the high valleys of the Khumbu area with extra time at Gokyo to explore the upper Gokyo valley.


In  Gokyo valley, we can manage our time to climb Gokyo Ri 5,360 m. We may observe world famous four peaks above 8000 m namely Mt. Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,516 m), Makalu (8463m) and Choyu (8201 m) exposed above Gokyo. Toward the Everest base camp, our camp at Gorakshep provides the opportunity to ascend to Kala Patthar 5,545m for more spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, including the black rocky Everest from the southwest face. We will further get an excursion to Everest Base Camp from this end.

Everest Base Camp Gokyo Trekking Route


Gokyo lake and Cho La Pass trek will take you to Gokyo Lake and over the Cho-La pass. We will have a circuit of Tawache and Cholatse. Entering the Khumbu Valley above Lobuche the trail continues up to Kalapatthar and back to Lukla via Tengboche, Namche Bazaar. In order to make our trek unique, we climb Gokyo Ri (5,488m) for a panoramic view of the greatest mountain scenery in the world. We can also see five 8,000m giants and many other peaks of the Mahalangur Himalayan range.


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Jiri to Everest Base Camp – 23 Days

Jiri To Mount Everest Basecamp Trekking Tourists Nepal

Jiri to Everest Base Camp is a highly praised trekking route of the Everest region.
It was established in 1953 when two re-known figures Sir Edmund Hillary and Mr. Tenzing Norgey Sherpa had taken the same route for the Mt. Everest expedition. They became the god-father for the settlements in this region.
The trekking route is fairly popular and busy among the trekkers until the Tenzing-Hillary airport was established at Lukla. These days people who are following their steps and got more time to acclimatize still is on high priority.

About the Trek

This is the magnificent part of trekking in Nepal Himalayas who has a long holiday. You will have lots of acclimatizing during the first week of your trekking. The Trek will start about 8 hours bus ride from Kathmandu, through magnificent scenic riverbank and mountain road with numbers of bends.

Jiri is a small settlement as a trade center for supplies of daily need to high altitude and rural areas.

You will have differently experienced different ethnic groups of Nepal and their cultures and languages. You can also see the lower part of the country and the highest peak on the earth.

Enjoying with beautiful views, the encounter with different faces of people, their ethnic groups including Brahmin, Chettri, Tamang, Jirel, Rai and many more, of course, the Sherpa’s too.

Sherpas are the main inhabitant of the Khumbu region.

Walking ascents and descending to the hill trail brings you to well-serviced tea houses and also leads to good campsites villages. Crossing over the Lamjura-La (a trekking pass) at the elevation of 3530 m can be the highlight of this route.

Passing beautiful villages, many suspension bridges, visit beautiful Temples, Monasteries, reach Everest base camp.

Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek is also the other name to explore with many spices flora and fauna on the beautiful landscape of Nepal Himalayas which you won’t forget in your lifetime.


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Dhaulagiri Circuit Trekking

Dhaulagiri Circuit trekking takes you toward the base camp of Mt. Dhaulagiri. Mt. Dhaulagiri was discovered in 1808 and then thought to be the highest mountain in the world for westerners. It was assumed as the highest peak for 30 years before its place was taken by Kanchenjunga. Dhaulagiri means ‘white mountain’ which justifies magnificent peak rising like a giant shoulder of shining ice and snow. This is a quite tough trek in Nepal but you will never forget the awesome view of this region.

Dhaulagiri is the 7th highest mountain in the world. Be ready for something challenging adventure in Nepal through Dhaulagiri Circuit trekking.

Dhaulagiri lies northwest of Pokhara culminating to its highest point at the eastern end. Dhaulagiri is unique in the world in terms of its rise above local terrain where it rises to 7000 m over the Kali Gandaki gorge to the southeast in about 30 km of aerial distance. In fact, Kali Gandaki is dramatic as two eight thousand mountains  Dhaulagiri &Annapurna I, both stand near the river facing each other over a deep valley.

Travel by bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara and head west further to Baglung. Follow part of the trail about 3 days towards Dhorpatan hunting reserve area and turn north to the base camp of Dhaulagiri. Low hill with terraced rice field and villages gradually gives away to rugged mountain landscape. In about 7 days you reach base camp. The pass-through from base camp to the ridge is steep and long. Cross the ridge at French pass (5100 m) and descend to Tukuche base camp.

Continue to pass through snow condition until you cross the pass. Because of the wind, altitude, and snow, the visibility is usually very low while crossing the main ridge to Tukuche. After crossing the pass you descend to high pastureland for overnight camp. Next day make further steep descend to Tukuche. You are back to civilization as you follow the main trail to Jomsom. Fly out from Jomsom to Pokhara and travel further to Kathmandu or any other destination according to your plan.


Spring – March to May
Autumn – September to November

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Kathmandu Valley Trek

Kathmandu Valley Trek is designed for those trekkers who have limited time to explore nature and mountain in Nepal. This trek also offers you the best landscape with field terraces and low land green forest along with stunning village settlement, as well as beautiful Himalayan ranges. In this trek, we see too many local people like Newar, Chhetri, Brahman, Tamang and their culture local activities daily routine. Tamang is one of the ethnic groups of Nepal living at the periphery. They have their own language and culture.

However, they can understand and speak Nepalese language as well. This is only three days of hiking at the periphery of the capital of Nepal. The trekkers can feel the difference between city life and live in country site easily. The trekking trail also goes through Shivapuri National Park, the smallest National Park of Nepal.  There are big chances to see wild animals and birds in the National Park.

Kathmandu Valley Trek is one of the family trips in Nepal. In this trek, we see the Ganesh Himal range and Langtang Himalayan range. This trek considers as gentle, smooth and normal trek. So, Eagle Treks gives the name of the trek as EASY TREK NEPAL. The trek stands on approximately 5 to 6 hours in normal pace of walking.  The economy of this area depends upon agriculture. Slowly it is changing towards tourism too.

Not only nature, but you can also enjoy the pilgrimage site of Hinduism at Changunarayan throughout the trekking period. Chagunarayan is also an old temple in Kathmandu valley which came in existence in the 4th century? The temple also adorned with best specimens of stone, wood, and metal craft in the valley. The Chagunarayan temple stands as the epitome of culture, religion, history, and faith of the Kathmandu valley.

(The temple was destroyed from the earthquake of April 25, 2015.)

Historical Importance,

  • It is the oldest temple in Kathmandu valley.
  • A Vishnu idol with ten heads and ten arms is a fine example of stone carving from the 5th century.
  • The temple is of great importance due to its idols and shrines having rich architectural beauty.

Tsum Valley Trekking – 20 Days

Tsum Valley Trekking trail leads along the Budhi Gandaki valley at the beginning and towards Tsum Valley.  Tsum Valley is an undiscovered land located in the remote corner of Nepal. As newly explore trekking route in Nepal reflects natural beauty on it. Until recently this region open for trekkers. However, realizing the potential for tourism in this area the Nepalese government opened this region for tourists. Tsum Valley Trekking region is rich in cultural heritage and can observe the number of Chortens, Gumbas, and Mani walls.

The ‘awful snowman ‘ or ‘Yeti’ can appear to observe in this remote land. The Tsum Valley is also home to a pilgrimage route cause it is believed that the great Buddhist Guru Milarepa had once meditated in the mountain caves of this valley. We also get to visit the famous natural hot springs in this trek. There is believe that the hot water of these springs cures any kind of allergies related to our skin. Tsum Valley is one of Buddhism’s purifying hidden valley. Also, Tsum Valley Trekking holds important old monasteries amid remote villages.

For centuries, people have depends on subsistence agriculture, grazing herds of yak, and trading with Tibet. The trails also curve past square Chortens and piles of stones and hand-carved with Buddhist prayers and deities. People still grow barley and tends to their yaks. Tsum Valley Trekking is opened for tourism only after 2010. Tsum Valley is well-found culturally and environmentally and also has breathtaking beauty and big mountain views.

During this trek, you can also have a chance to trek with Buddhists Lama. The lama will teach us about the basics of Buddhism, help coordinate a special blessing ceremony at one of the area monasteries, lead optional brief meditation sessions for interested clients, and generally provide a deeper level of entry to Tsum Valley’s rich cultural heritage.


Spring – March to May
Autumn – September to November

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Dolpo Trekking in Nepal

Dolpo Trekking is in the West-North part of Nepal. This is a very charming place in Nepal Himalaya. This trek was closed for trekkers until 1989. Eventually, it is open now although it is in the list of restricted area of Nepal. In order to preserve nature, culture, flora, fauna of this region it is termed as a restricted area. If you want to explore this area you need a special permit for a certain time.

As this trekking route is full of natural resources and vegetation heart of nature lovers, trekkers can’t fulfill at once. Lying in the rain shadow area of the Himalayas, the landscape resembles that of the Tibetan Plateau, instead of the lush green monsoon watered hills elsewhere in Nepal, at comparative altitudes. The great people, very pleasant nature and unique culture, Tibetan descent who follow the Buddhist religion are the highlights of Dolpo Trekking. Their language is closely related to Tibetan. The elevation of the trails is from 1650 meters to 5136 meters above sea level.

In the south, there is a large east-west valley,  Lower Dolpo and to the west is Mugu. It lies beyond the sacred Crystal Mountain and the Kanjiroba massif. To complete Dolpo’s isolation, the Khyaklum and Mt. Dhaulagiri create a natural border to Mustang and Annapurna to the east. A combination of ancient animist beliefs, Tibetan Buddhism, and Bon religions predominate throughout the region.

The best season for this trekking is Spring and Autumn.

There is also a number of trekking options that run through Dolpo, they are all magnificent and provide some wonderful scenery. Trekkers enter and exit Dolpo via dirt airstrip which is at Juphal in Lower Dolpo. Alternatively, experience groups also consider committing routes from Mustang (east) or Mugu (west). They found this trail as more acclimatized with more additional challenges. Phoksundo Lake, a beautiful lake and attractions of this place lies in the center of Dolpo. This trail combines to Shey (Crystal Mountain) to access Bhijer, Saldang, and the northern villages, or Dho Tarap and the valleys to the east. Other routes that also follow the Bharbun Khola, through Chharka Bhot and also Hidden Valley to the north of Dhaulagiri.

Most part of Dolpo Trekking lies on Dolpa and eastern Mugu district.  Shey Phoksundo National Park and Buffer Zone help to protect this trekking area. It also covers a massive 3555 km2 and is the largest such park in Nepal. Referred to as a Trans-Himalayan Ecosystem (the lower, lush valleys of the mid-hills are linked with the arid Tibetan plateau), this is a culturally and environmentally sensitive and also fragile region, which demands the utmost respect and care.

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Kanchanjunga Trekking in Nepal

Kanchanjunga Trek is considered a technical trek and suitable for those who moderately fit and have a sense of adventure. The trek designs for acclimatizing you gradually and not to experience high altitude sickness. However, you need to check your altitude fitness and its path. We suggest you strengthen your knee muscles and prepare for several days of steep descents. As this trek is arrange on a factual basis and also can change in some circumstances but adjustments will have to make during the trekking.

This is a long and challenging hike around Mt. Kanchanjunga while visiting both North and South Base Camp. This trail explores around Kanchanjunga which is the third highest mountain in the world. Trekkers, hikers may observe a wide range of scenery from lush, tropical jungle through to rhododendron. As well as chestnut and oak forests and then at higher altitudes into the alpine zone. You will see a range of Nepalese culture and lifestyle from Rai and Limbu to Tibetan Buddhist villages.

The route starts by approaching the north side of Kanchanjunga where you see views of Tent peak, Nepal peak, Cross peak and then at Base Camp Kanchenjunga itself becomes visible. From Pangpema the trek returns to Ghunsa and then crosses the Mirgin La pass over to the south side of Kanchanjunga. Once over this pass, we visit the yak pastures of Ramche and Oktang where there are impressive views of the southwest face of Kanchenjunga.

We request you be flexible with a situation to enjoy natural beauty, the natural vegetation of this region. As Kanchanjunga Trek is known for camping arrangement. Mainly, Sherpa and Porter’s team arrange all the arrangement during the trek. Also, cook carries the equipment, set up the camp and prepared hot meals waiting for us at every food break. We will cater this trek with alpine style offering also for the nature lovers.


Spring – March to May
Autumn – September to November

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Manaslu Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal along the Manaslu circuit will be an extremely rewarding experience. The trekking starts from Aarughat. It is a small town of Gorkha on the bank of Budhigandaki river expands on both side of the river, while the next edge lies on Dhading. The Aarughat has enough settlement of tea-houses and shopping facilities. You can recall some trekking gears if you miss some from Kathmandu. Earlier Nepal and Tibet had barter trade system through the same trail.

You will indulge with the full splendor of the Manaslu regions natural beauty, offering unsurpassed views of the Manaslu sanctuary. Manaslu Trekking will give an opportunity to interact with a long range of awe-inspiring peaks over 6500 meters, including the awesome Manaslu and Ganesh Himal. The journey starts unfolding with the majestic views of ancient oak and rhododendron forest, and terraced fields of rice and millet, along with breathtaking views of waterfalls.

Manaslu trekking route is characterized as a narrow winding track in the lower valley with many suspension bridges. You can observe yourself sharing trails with trains of donkeys carrying goods for local settlements and guesthouses. The trail also has many steep narrow sections and trekkers may find quite challenging. Make sure you are not on the edge side while donkey passes you! Above 3000 m, the valley widens and the trail opens up presenting magnificent views of the Manaslu and Annapurna mountain ranges. Manaslu region is full of austere monasteries, Mani walls, Chortens, and other Buddhist religious landmarks. The valley is a sanctuary to many highly endangered animals, including snow Leopards and Red Pandas.


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Manaslu Trekking can give you more experience on hiking steep sections, especially if trekkers are carrying their own packs. The circuit is more remote compares to Annapurna with the closest transport locations are Aarughat and Dharapani.

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Tamang Heritage Trail – 18 Days

Tamang Heritage Trek

Tamang Heritage trek is newly explored trekking route in popular Langtang trekking region. This  route covers culture, religion and daily lifestyle of Tamang community located in  Langtang region. It is of total 15 days trekking including 1 day rest although we designed for 18 days including the time in Kathmandu. It is a combine of home stay and lodge trekking package. Trek can also organizes with only home stay and lodge for a small group size. If the group size is bigger we need to use camping gears to operate the Tamang Heritage Trail.

Tamang heritage trek is located at north of Kathmandu. It also an interesting trek through Tamang villages and their settlements. They are descendants from Tibet and have hardly seen any tourist earlier. Their culture are virtually untouched.

A mild climate, and friendly hospitable inhabitants which makes it the ideal trek almost year round. The 1,710 SQ km Langtang National Park hosts a variety of natural splendors, from lush valleys alive with red pandas, snow-leopard, langur monkeys etc. to towering fir and rhododendron forests bursting with spring colour. In the month of March and April Rhododendron forests have many different species of trees, birds and butterflies. Tamang Heritage trail trek is special for those trekkers, who would like to see traditional and untouched heritage, custom and lifestyle of indigenous Tamang people.

During this trekking, you can discover rough history of Tibetan ancestors. Their descendants are Buddhists and living on agriculture and trade. They also dress colorful and their houses are adorn with beautiful woodcarvings. The closer views of the snow-capped mountains will be unforgettable.


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Rules and Regulations

Langtang National Park entry permit, Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) is compulsory to Trek on this route. If you hire guide we will have more knowledge about the local costumes as well as porters will support you to trek light.

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