Luxury trekking in Nepal’s
Annapurna Himalayas

On foot along ancient winding paths linking isolated rural villages, you’ll find jaw-dropping mountain scenery


About our private treks in Nepal’s Himalayas

On foot through isolated rural villages of Nepal’s Annapurna Himalaya, you’ll find epic mountain scenery and spend the nights in small civilized lodges.

Nepal is a walker’s paradise. Trekking used to be the preserve of the hardy who were prepared to rough it in tents, but in the foothills of the Annapurna you can walk all day with breathtaking views of some of the highest peaks in the Himalaya knowing that there is a cosy bed to collapse in at the end of the day. Four comfortable lodges are conveniently located five hours walk apart within the Annapurna Conservation Area and treks can include just one or a combination of lodges.

The landscape and scenery here is what many visualise when they imagine the Himalaya – brilliant green terraces of rice and barley, fields ploughed by buffalo, pretty hillside villages of thatched houses and dry stone walls, forests of oak and rhododendrons that burst into colour in spring, all against a backdrop of towering snow-capped mountains.

Along the way you will share your path with local hill peoples, passing by on trails trodden for centuries by traders and pilgrims between yak pastures and villages, temples and holy lakes. Sustained by hearty snacks provided by the lodge to keep you going, there’s no rush to reach the next one and plenty of time to visit villages, photograph the scenery and soak up the spirit of the mountains.

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On foot with your private Gurkha guide, you’ll discover the true nature of Nepal.

Leading the way, your guide will share his knowledge of customs and traditions while trekking. Locally recruited Sherpa porters carry your bag between lodges.

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Late autumn and early spring are the best times to visit the Annapurna Himalaya and when heading out on foot it’s best to visit at a time of stable temperatures, good weather conditions and panoramic views.

Weather conditions in spring – March to the start of May – are also good, though Annapurna can be very cold in early March especially at night. Colourful forest trails climb through rhododendrons in bloom and wild flowers emerging as the season advances.

You should also avoid trekking in the summer monsoon season from June to August. Wet, unstable trails and even floods may occur as a result of the heavy rainfall, and it’s rare to have a good view of the mountains.


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Himalayan Trekking (FAQs) Need to Know

Do I need to have a reasonable level of fitness to trek the Himalayas?

You don’t need to be super fit to enjoy our walks and treks as we can design your trip around your ability. With your personal guide by your side, you walk at your own pace. 

For anyone in good health we can recommend many excellent relatively easy day walks along rural trails used by villagers and children, across fields and hillsides to reach farms and schools, often still with fabulous views. 

Of course, we can suggest more challenging multi-day treks too. If you’re interested in multi-day treks, we always recommend you begin a programme of regular exercise at least two months prior to your holiday.

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