Nepal Tourism Adventure Kathmandu is one of the well-recognized trekking companies in Nepal, specialized in trekking, day-tours, and many more adventures.
Since its establishment on 2005 the company has worked continuously and has earned recognition from the government too for its contribution and dedication in the development tourism in Nepal.
After working in this field for more than 20 yrs, we started this company in order to meet the increasing desire for adventures in our guests.
From the very day of establishment, we have been taking our clients to a new world of culture and natural beauty, allowing them to experience another level of adventure and excitement.
Nepal Tourism Adventure Kathmandu is an owner-operated company of qualified and experienced outdoor professionals. Our team members were born in the Himalayan mountainous regions of Nepal and have spent their childhoods traversing the endless trails of these parts of the country. Our staff has intimate knowledge of the terrain, the people, and the cultures you will encounter on your trek. With these years of experience and knowledge, it is our goal to provide a memorable and safe experience. We follow a social philosophy that seeks to be responsible to the society and the environment in which we work. REPEATED! Our guides have respect for the natural environment in which they work and live. With our solid experience and international reputation for leading the way in adventure travel, we set out on exciting but safe, independent and fully supported group wilderness treks and expeditions.
Fully supported Campaign Treks
In a fully supported trek, we supply all the necessary support and equipment. We make all the arrangements, including ground transportation and an orientation talk before departure.
Adventure Equipment & Sleeping Accommodation
We provide all the outdoor gear needed to enjoy the comforts of home while experiencing the sanctity of the Himalayas, such as two-person insulated tents, sleeping mattresses, dining tent, tables and chairs, lanterns, toilet tents, and comprehensive first aid kits.
You can expect delicious cuisine throughout your adventure. Food will be prepared freshly and hygienically to maximize and maintain health and energy levels. We serve hearty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, with stops for snacks to revive your energy along the way. We promise you won’t go hungry!
Questions & Concerns
We provide a full staff including a trek leader, assistant guides, cook, kitchen staff, and porters who carry all of the gear. We provide you with information about the environment, culture, wildlife, flora and fauna. We address your personal questions and concerns and work together to accommodate your needs, overcome obstacles, and enjoy the outdoors.
Independent Tea House – Treks
For the budget trekker, carrying your own pack and stopping at tea-house is a fun way to explore the country. Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and Helambu circuits have plenty of tea houses to accommodate you. We can assist in planning the perfect holiday itinerary to get most out of your time and budget.
Do I need a Guide?
No matter how experienced you are in outdoor environments it is important to have someone to help orientate yourself to a new area. Ignorance costs lives. A qualified guide is a minimum safety requirement and can also enhance your enjoyment and understanding of the region as they ‘re not only your geographical guide but your cultural and linguistic guide as well.
A major concern along the trekking routes is the transport of safe drinking water. At Nepal Tourism Adventure Kathmandu, we do not support the use of plastic water bottles. Rather, we boil safe drinking water and also have water sterilization drops available for your trek. We also cook over kerosene, shower only in solar heated water and carry out all rubbish acquired, in order to reduce our impact on the natural surroundings. Please trek only with environmentally responsible companies.
Time & Duration
Seek out impartial advice about how long the trek should take, bearing in mind weather and terrain. Beware of trekking agencies and companies (or your travel companions) telling you can do it in less time. On longer, high altitude treks, allow for rest and altitude acclimatization days.