Is ‘getting fit’ on your resolution list for the New Year? Give yourself a great incentive. Get fit to trek Nepal! Home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world – you don’t need any more reasons to visit this incredible country! Yet there are more, many more and it still costs less than most adventure holiday destinations.

The fourth interview in our series of Nepal Trekking Guide Interviews is with our wonderful, professional trekking guide in Nepal – Buddhi! You’ll spot Buddhi’s smile before you see him and he’s every bit as genuine as his pearly whites suggest! Krishna met Buddhi in 2015 through Bibek, one of our other fabulous Nepalorama guides. They’re from the same village

Let the views take your breath away – not the high altitude! In this blog, we’ll explain all you need to know about altitude sickness in Nepal, including what symptoms to look out for and how you can prevent it. This simple knowledge could save your life. Altitude sickness can affect anyone, regardless of their age, trekking experience or level

Updated 26 December 2018 If you’ve never been to Nepal, it can be a bit daunting when you arrive in Kathmandu! After a long journey it’s helpful to know exactly what to expect, so that you can be prepared! Before You Leave Home Before you leave home, (within 15 days before your arrival in Kathmandu), complete the Online Tourist Visa

Updated 24 August 2018. If you’re determined to get trekking fit this year, why not create a walking plan or find one to follow? Having a plan and committing to it always helps me to achieve my goals! It can work for you too! It’s true that anyone with a moderate level of fitness can trek in Nepal. There are

Updated 1 February 2018. So you’ve decided to trek in Nepal and hopefully you’re going with us! We’ll take care of everything once you arrive. But there are a few things that you need to do before you go to Nepal. Trekking in Nepal can be dangerous. After all, you’re not spending this holiday by the pool! So it’s important