Himalayan Holidays in Nepal for 2023/2024
Top 10 Himalayan holidays for 2023/2024 for you to choose from for your next adventure
Thinking of where to visit in 2023/2024? Nepal is one of the worlds popular? Nepal, It’s from the high Himalayan mountains to the plain lowland of Terai, Nepal is made up of so many diverse Himalayan holidays that it’s hard to decide which place in Nepal deserves the distinction. With so diverse destinations, the activity, things to do in Nepal also vary widely.
The Nepal Himalayas is full of incredible destinations and challenges and we look forward to guiding you in the Himalayas.
Here we have presented below a list of 10 iconic Himalayan holidays for 2023/2024 to inspire and dream for all of us.
The Everest Base Camp trek is truly one of the greatest treks in the world and is undoubtedly on the bucket list of many adventurers. Breathtaking scenery, hospitality and culture of the Sherpa tribe, the base camp of the world’s highest mountain and many more are the highlights of the trek. For the best Himalayan holidays 2023/2024, why not add a bit of fun by finishing with a helicopter fightback instead of walking all the way? This way you can see the mountains high and above while overlooking the walking trail from your window seat.
If you have done high-altitude trekking before and are looking for something challenging then this trip may suit your preference. The 6189m high island peak is an ideal peak for those looking to climb their first Himalayan peak. We recommend you trek to Everest Base Camp before going straight from Lukla to the top of the island or do the three high passes for better acclimatization.
One of the classic Nepal treks offering varied scenery, geographical diversity and cultural richness, the Annapurna Circuit trek is still one of the best treks in the world. Cross Thorung La Pass (5416m), be awestruck by the Annapurna range, seek salvation at Muktinath, taste delicious apple pie and much more on this classic trek. Alternatively, if you are short on time, you can opt to fly to Pokhara from Jomsom Airport on the last leg of your journey to Pokhara.
Three high passes of over 5000 meters in one trek may seem too challenging but the scenery on this trek is unlike anything you will ever see. Complete a full circumnavigation of Mount Everest, visit hidden villages and lakes, see Mount Everest and other peaks from different angles and return home with a final sense of accomplishment. No technical gear is required and the views are nothing short of climbing 6000m peaks.
The most popular trek in the Annapurna region takes you to the Annapurna mountain’s southern base camp and Poonhill, a viewpoint. A perfect trek for people looking for a medium-grade trek above 4130m. This trek starts and ends from Pokhara which adds another reason to visit this region. Feel surrounded by the Annapurna range, panoramic views from Poonhill, chilling by the lakeside of Pokhara and taking a dip in the hot springs of Jhinu. We suggest you combine the Annapurna Base Camp and the Poonhill trek in one itinerary so that you get the best views possible.
6. Yalung Ri Peak Climbing 5,630m/18,472ft
If you are among those who prefer the quieter side and untouched natural beauty then perhaps this trek and climb to Yalung Ri in Rolwaling valley may be of your interest. Situated between Langtang and Everest, this region is unknown to date to many people. While this region doesn’t have 8000m mountains, the Rolwaling valley is still a great place offering untouched nature and religious richness. Yalung Ri Peak Climb can be done in two weeks’ time if you have limited time too and even in this shorter time, you are guaranteed to have a wonderful experience. It is a perfect peak for beginners and serves as a good entrée for beginning mountaineers. Yalung Ri is a perfect peak if you are looking for beginner-level peak climbing Himalayan holidays for 2023/2024.
Mount Everest helicopter tour which is popular these days is a half day trip. Take a helicopter flight from Kathmandu, fly close to the world’s highest mountain, land at Kalapathar at 5545m for a quick photo session and have breakfast at the world’s highest resort at 3900m. If you have limited time or don’t want to do the trek then this Everest base camp helicopter tour will be a perfect option. Reward yourself with the views without losing a sweet.
The highest trekking peak in Nepal at 6476m, Mera Peak is an excellent choice for the first ideal Himalayan trek if you are looking for something more than a traditional trek. Not technically challenging and reaching an altitude of around 6500m, this climb is perfect for people looking to climb their first Himalayan peak. Plus, you’ll be rewarded with a view of five (5) 8000 meter (E5) 8000 meter (E5) mountains (Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu and Kanchenjunga) from summit of Mera.
Test your mountaineering skills and climb one of the most technical peaks in Nepal combining mixed climbs of Rock, Ice and Snow. The month-long expedition to the beautiful mountain at 6812m is a real adventure for the experienced climber. You will need previous experience of a 6000m peak for this climb and with this achievement, you are certain to feel proud of yourself. Get the technical climbing experience of conquering this mountain sharply pointed as this is a steep pyramid of ice with vertical walls and sharp, exposed ridges.
Everyone loves a little luxury and adding this to the Everest base camp trek couldn’t get any better. With comfortable lodges along the way, completing the Everest base camp trek with more comfort is not a mere dream now. Our luxury Everest Base Camp trek allows you to spend the night at a 5-star hotel in the heart of Kathmandu and stay for 3 nights at comfortable lodges in Phakding Namche and helicopter flight back to Kathmandu instead of walking all the way down to Lukla to catch a flight back.
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