When you trek Nepal, you’ll want to feel well prepared. I’ve trekked in Nepal several times and have learnt some things the hard way. I’m sharing my top tips with you now, so you don’t have to! I have plenty more which I’ll share another time, but I believe these 8 tips are the most important things you need to

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

People who’ve traveled by bus in Nepal just know. Until you’ve experienced it, you can only guess what it’s like. Bus travel in Nepal is part of the adventure and you’re guaranteed to have a story to tell after every single journey. It’s fascinating, scary, incredible and fun all at the same time! All Aboard! Every driver has a co-pilot

On most treks you’ll certainly see yaks in Nepal! These incredible, prehistoric looking creatures have many uses in the Himalaya. Just be careful not to get in their way! I saw yaks for the first time when I trekked to Everest Base Camp. They were carrying provisions in the Sherpa village of Khumjung above Namche Bazaar. They were decorated with

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