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Off The Beaten Trails

Off the Beaten trekking path includes new and remote trekking trails of Nepal. If you are seeking for the wilderness adventure, it is an ideal choice. Nepal Hiking Himalaya ensures awesome experience while taking you to Nepal’s wonderful places.

Nepal Hiking Himalaya is well and truly adventure outdoor oriented trekking agency of Nepal. However, we are more concerned about the sustainable and overall tourism development of Nepal. We are happy to offer alternative trails in various non touristic areas as well.

Alternative Trails

Nepal is mountainous and Himalayan country with plethora of the places still not visited by many. There are countless villages and naturally attractive places where trekkers or tourists can enjoy. Therefore, we created various remote and less commercial trekking trails. Namely Ganga Jamuna Dhading, Barpak Village Trek, Rolwaling Valley Trek, Rara Lake Trek and Chepang Village Trek are few examples.

You can customize your own trip in regard to the alternative trails. It is to create the freedom environment for the trekkers to explore hilly terrain and Himalayas of Nepal. Furthermore, Nepal Hiking Himalaya Treks & Expedition always wants trekkers to have thrill.

Promotions of Unknown Trails

When every corner of Nepal is touched by the tourism then overall sustainable tourism can be achieved. Countries like Switzerland and Austria are very popular for the touristic activities. It is because of the equal promotion of the attractions.

Unfortunately, in Nepal popular destinations like Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Upper Mustang and Manaslu region are promoted. Nepal Tourism Board and Government of Nepal too need to give attention for the equal distribution of the touristic activities.

Come and join us to trek in the remote less explored trails of Nepal. Together with us let’s experience the authentic real Nepal. Off the beaten trekking path would be the best package to do so. Spend your holiday in the most tranquil places of Nepal.