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Nepal Trek Ways

Bhaktapur, Nepal
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About Nepal Trek Ways
Nepal Trek Ways Pvt. Ltd. is licensed to operate adventure trekking, expeditions and exotic cultural tour in Nepal. The company has its Office located in the historic City Bhaktapur. We are a proud team of experienced and dedicated mountain guides. They are friendly, efficient and sincere in their duty. We also have extensive network with reputed agents in Tibet and Bhutan. Therefore, we can organize trekking and cultural tours combining both Tibet and Bhutan.
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Everest Village trek

Witness the Sherpa Culture closely while enjoying  the best views of numerous peaks including Amadablam, Everest,Lhotse etc.

The major highlights of the trip can be enlisted as hike in Himalayan aroma, discover himalayan flora and fauna, have a relaxing days for reading, Photography, Tranquil Natural Environment, Scenic Flight To/from Lukla, Visit Sherpa Villages, Mountain Museum  in Namche Bazar, Tengboche Monastery, Khumjung Valley and Views of Everest, Lhotse, Tawoche, Amadablm, Kantega and many othere snow-capped  Mountains.

Gain the maximum altitude to 4345 m.
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15 days
from $1,000.00

Bhaktapur 32 Secret Exits Tour

The ancient city of Bhaktapur is a must-visit destination in the Kathmandu Valley. On this ’32 Secrets’ tour a local guide will show you all kinds of things that you would struggle to find if you were traveling independently. While searching for the 32 secret exits of the city, you’ll learn about Bhaktapur’s traditional architecture, city planning, culture, and ways of life. See the main attractions of Bhaktapur as well as many lesser-known, hidden spots.
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3 to 4 hours
from $15.00

Manaslu Special Trekking permit and guide

Manaslu Circuit Trek is a treasured trekking route that offers pristine mountain views, unique culture and thrilling adventure. Since the area only opened to trekkers in 1991, the region has successfully preserved its distinctiveness and offers a great combination of exclusive culture, unmatched natural beauty and rich bio-diversity. The eighth tallest mountain in the world, Manaslu (8163), stands tall in the very center of the Nepalese Himalayas.
The trek takes you to the off beaten tracks passing through colorful villages filled with prayer flags, Mani walls, splendor of pine, bamboo and rhododendron forests and monasteries along the dramatic landscape of the Manaslu Circuit.
Manaslu’s unmatched natural magnificence and rich blend of Tibetan and Nepalese culture makes it a perfect trek for anyone searching for wilderness and ‘authentic’ village experiences.
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14 days
from $950.00
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v_lewe02 wrote a review Dec 2019
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We (couple from Germany) traveled to Nepal in September/Oktober 2019 and experienced the Manaslu Circuit within 12 days. While Bikash was a great contact person in advance and answered all our questions for travel preparation, Hari welcomed us in Kathmandu on our second travel day and organised the trip permits and everything around. Great thank you to you two guys, they gave us an easy time covering all the bureaucratic preparation for the trip!! We started the Manaslu circuit from Soti kola with Tendi (guide) and Kamdawa (porter) Sherpa. After some amazing hiking days during which we always felt safe and well guided, we reached the larke la pass crossing at 5106m with a remarkable view and astonishing impressions of the landscape. Tendi and Kamdawa were a great team and lead us with respect to our hiking speed and personal needs. Looking forward to another trip to Nepal - we will surely reach out to Nepal Trek Ways again! Vanessa & Tobias
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from HariSharanB, Manager at Nepal Trek Ways
Responded Dec 11, 2019
Hi Tobias, thank you so much for sharing your experience despite your busy schedule. It was wonderful to have you and organize your Manaslu Circuit Trek. We are committed to deliver excellent service. It would be lovely to welcome you back in Nepal. Hari
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Sange chewaing wrote a review Dec 2019
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Tilicho lake the world's highest altitude lake which is located at 4800 above sea level. The lake was surrounded by mountains and on the middle of the mountains there's the great tilicho lake .when I was on the great tilicho lake it was completely forzen and I hear the frozen lakes ice cracking wow it was really the most memorable trip ever.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Response from HariSharanB, Manager at Nepal Trek Ways
Responded Dec 8, 2019
Hi Sange, thank you for sharing your wonderful experience in Tilicho lake trek. It is indeed, one of the most amazing place in the world.
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AK B wrote a review Nov 2019
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We are a couple from Germany and End October we did a trekking tour for 14 days: the manaslu circuit. It was great and absolutely recommendable. Our guide was Suraj and he is a very positive and spirituell person. He brought us closer to the locals but also the the religion. Every morning we did some meditation and Joga. Especially to train our breath. Also we stopped at temples to get to know more about Buddhism. He always tried to visit smaller tea houses where we can sit in the kitchen. To see how our food is being prepared, to talk to the owner, to get to know other locals staying there for an night or only having some food/drinks. During the trek we also learned many Nepalese words, sentences and also songs. It really was fun and we also sung local songs in the night at tea houses, together with the locals. Suraj brought his flute and we were able to play guitar. But next to this closeness to the country the most important point is, that he brought us save to the larke pass and back to Kathmandu. He was always very caring and trying to help where he could. When I felt sick he supported with a head massage. Also the whole organization was very good And the communication very easy. We organized everything from Germany and when we arrived we meet them and got the permit. Overall we can really recommend the agency and our guide! Nothing we can complain about. Anja & timo
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Paul T wrote a review Jul 2019
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I first met Hari in 2012 when he was my Tour Guide and we've been great friends ever since - it's not hard to warm to Hari, a genuine & friendly guy who laughs a lot and wants his guest to enjoy Nepal and leave with only fond memories of his beautiful country - I certainly did as I went back in May 2019 to see Hari and stay at his new Homestay where we not only got a warm Nepali welcome from Hari's wife and young boy but we got to live like local Nepalis for a few days - an experience I'd thoroughly recommend. Whilst we were in Bhaktapur Hari took us on his 32 Exits Tour which was just superb - I am a serious Travel Photographer and to take part in Haris brilliant tour was a superb chance to explore all the back streets, alleyways and residences that normal tourists would be too shy to explore especially with a high chance of getting totally lost in the maze of alleyways etc. Hari's enthusiasm for his country and its people shines through and he explained all about the history of Bhaktapur which was hit badly by the 2015 Earthquake but is being rebuilt - the Nepali people are amazing, everywhere we went we were met with laughter and friendly smiles - I love Nepal and can't wait to go back for my 3rd visit to see Hari and his lovely family. I'd recomemnd a trip with Hari and if you want an insight into Nepali life away from the usual tourist haunts (although we went there too) I'd recommend the 32 Exits Tour.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from HariSharanB, Manager at Nepal Trek Ways
Responded Jul 24, 2019
Thank you Paul for such a sweet remarks for the way you support Nepal and Nepalese. Hari
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Way wrote a review Jun 2019
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I stayed with Hari family and it's wonderful. Warm welcome and I was a part of this family. Munu (Hari's wife) is a great cook. I lived in the separate floor, peaceful bedroom with comfortable beds and private, clean toilet and lovely balcony! Free Wifi. Just a few-minute walk to city center and I've learned cultural info and local living. I will come back and hope to have a chance to trek with Hari and Nepal Trek Ways soon, for sure. Thanks Hari for the perfect moment in Nepal. Welika.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from HariSharanB, Manager at Nepal Trek Ways
Responded Jun 4, 2019
Hi Welika, Thank you for your sweet feedback. I would love to welcome you again in Nepal. see you soon. Hari
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