Christmas and New Year Tour Package 2024-2025

  • Sarba -In mountain's embrace , my soul finds its grace
  • Last Updated on Dec 24, 2023


Get in the spirit of the season by embarking on one of Nepal's most exciting Christmas or New Year's treks. In the presence of the magical charm that awaits you, we would be delighted if you decide to celebrate your special event at this remarkable venue.

Experience the cultural diversity and genuine friendliness that characterize this magical nation set against the backdrop of the towering Himalayan hills. As you say goodbye to the old year and hello to the new in the embrace of nature's magnificence, take in the fresh mountain air, snow-covered paths, and breathtaking vistas. I wish you an unforgettable voyage full of wonder, adventure, and celebration as you make memories that will last a lifetime in front of one of the most breathtaking settings on Earth.

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Top Christmas and New Year Trek in Nepal

Nepal offers some of the world's most spectacular Christmas and New Year trekking experiences, where crisp mountain air, jovial locals, and spectacular scenery make for an exciting and memorable holiday excursion.

Everest Base Camp Trek

everest-base-camp-trekAn exciting journey into the majestic Himalayas awaits anyone brave enough to set out on the Everest Base Camp Trek. Trekkers are welcomed with genuine hospitality and an insight into the rich local culture as the route winds through charming Sherpa villages, beginning in the charming town of Lukla. From verdant rhododendron woods to the awe-inspiring high-altitude countryside, the scenery changes dramatically as the route climbs. A vital acclimatization station, Namche Bazaar allows hikers to acclimate to the rising altitude. It is a busy trade area. At Kala Patthar, the highest point of the climb, you can see Everest in all its glory, embraced by the morning colors of the Himalayas. As you make your way up the trail, stop at the old Tengboche Monastery, a spiritual sanctuary nestled between Everest and Ama Dablam. At an altitude of 5,364 meters, reaching Everest Base Camp itself is a victory of physical strength and unyielding will. Together with your fellow hikers, you will discover the awe-inspiring Khumbu Icefall and Glacier and create experiences that will last a lifetime under the shadow of the most famous mountains on Earth.


Island Peak Climbing

island-peak-climbingIn the heart of the Everest area, Island Peak (or Imja Tse) offers adventure seekers a tough but thrilling climbing experience. Start your adventure at Lukla and acclimate to the rising altitude as you walk through stunning Sherpa settlements and thick woods. Ascending the route passes through alpine meadows and rugged terrains, which provide a breathtaking scenery. The ascent itself entails fording a glacier and climbing precipitous slopes of ice and snow, finishing at the peak of a spectacular ridge. Island Peak, at 6,189 meters (20,305 feet), is a highly sought-after vantage point for mountaineers due to its panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, and the surrounding peaks. With its technical demands—including the use of an ice axe and crampons—the climb serves as a great introduction to climbing at high altitudes. Success reaching the top is a tribute to the climbers' tenacity and will, as well as an individual achievement. Climbing Island mountain is an exhilarating alpine experience because it mixes the excitement of conquering a difficult mountain with the stunning splendor of the Khumbu area.


Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Annapurna-Base-CampAs it winds its way through many terrains and gorgeous towns in Nepal's Annapurna area, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a gem of a Himalayan trek. Starting in the lively city of Pokhara, trekkers may fully immerse themselves in the local culture as they visit terraced farms, thick rhododendron woods, and traditional Gurung villages. Along the way, you'll be able to see breathtaking views of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machapuchare, all of which are covered in snow. The hike starts at a lower elevation, making it easier to acclimate and more pleasant overall. Chhomrong, a picturesque village, welcomes visitors to the sanctuary, and Machapuchare Base Camp gives a sneak peek at the towering mountains that await. At an impressive altitude of 4,130 meters (13,550 feet), hikers who make it to Annapurna Base Camp are greeted with a spectacular view of majestic peaks, including the world-famous Annapurna Massif. As they meet locals, taste traditional food, and make lasting experiences in the breathtaking Himalayan scenery, trekkers go on a cultural trip in addition to a physical one.


Everest Three High Pass Trek


A thrilling and difficult experience, the Everest Three High Pass Trek passes through some of the region's most spectacular and untamed scenery. The trail begins in Lukla and offers a mosaic of Himalayan views as it goes through many landscapes, from verdant valleys to stony moraines. An adventurous mindset and physical stamina are required to conquer the three high passes: Kongma La (5,535m), Cho La (5,420m), and Renjo La (5,360m). Views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Makalu, among other magnificent peaks, may be enjoyed from these routes. Travelers can fully immerse themselves in the local culture and learn more about the Sherpa way of life as they traverse distant settlements like Gokyo and Thame on this journey. Along the way, you'll come to Gokyo Ri, a lookout point that offers a breathtaking picture of the mountains and blue glacial lakes. If you are looking for a life-altering trekking expedition, this is it. Not only will you put your trekking skills to the test, but you will also get to view the breathtaking natural scenery and untamed environment that characterize the Everest area.


Kongde Heli Tour To Everest Base Camp

Kongde Heli Tour To Everest Base CampIndulge in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Mount Everest from above on the Kongde Heli Tour to Everest Base Camp. Hovering above the beautiful Khumbu valley, participants set off from Kathmandu on a helicopter ride. From above, you can see the majestic Himalayas, while below, you can see verdant valleys, terraced farmland, and traditional Sherpa settlements. Participants are rewarded to panoramic views of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam as the helicopter ascends towards Kongde. Landing at Everest Base Camp, where visitors may set foot on the famous location and take in the breathtaking scenery, is the tour's crown jewel. Visits to cultural landmarks like the ancient Tengboche Monastery round out the trip. For those in search of an unparalleled Himalayan adventure, this unique heli trip offers a luxurious and hassle-free approach to explore the magnificence of Everest.


Tibet Everest Base Camp


An enchanting trip brings explorers to the base camp of the world's highest peak—Everest—in Tibet. Trekkers will start their journey in Tibet's capital, Lhasa, and stop at the stunning Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple on the Tibetan Plateau before making their way to the Everest area. While traveling through Tibet on the way to Everest Base Camp, one may take in stunning vistas of the Himalayas. On the horizon, one can make out the majestic peaks of Cho Oyu, Everest, and others. The trip takes on a more cultural and spiritual tone when one stops at the Rongbuk Monastery, which is one of the world's tallest monasteries. At an altitude of 5,200 meters (17,060 feet), Everest Base Camp offers a surreal background for trekkers surrounded by towering glaciers and ice formations, making the walk a tough but rewarding experience in and of itself. Witnessing the dawn over Mount Everest from base camp is the climax of this experience, leaving a lasting memory that attests to the majesty and grandeur of the tallest peak on Earth.


Bhutan Cultural Tour


A cultural tour to Bhutan immerses visitors in a country that, in the face of the stunning Eastern Himalayan scenery, has managed to maintain its own character and traditions. The voyage usually starts in Thimphu, the capital, where tradition and modernization mix together. Visits to the National Library, the imposing Tashichho Dzong, and the bustling marketplaces provide tour goers a taste of Bhutanese culture and everyday life. The excursion continues to the verdant Punakha lowlands, home to the magnificent Punakha Dzong, an edifice that attests to the architectural and historical importance of Bhutan. One of the oldest temples in Bhutan, the venerated Kyichu Lhakhang, embodies the spiritual soul of the nation. Visits to the National Museum and the cliffside Taktsang Monastery, popularly known as the Tiger's Nest, are set against the picturesque Paro Valley, which is characterized by traditional Bhutanese dwellings and is bordered by rice fields. Join us on a cultural journey around the Kingdom of Bhutan as we meet people, dine on traditional Bhutanese food, and celebrate festivals. You will leave with a profound appreciation for this magical place.


Tibet Nepal Bhutan tour


This incredible trip to three separate Himalayan nations Tibet, Nepal, and Bhutan flawlessly merges varied cultures, breathtaking scenery, and old traditions. Tour participants will get a sense of Tibet's spiritual legacy and illustrious past as they travel from Lhasa, Tibet, to the holy Jokhang Temple, the magical Potala Palace, and the lively Barkhor Street. Once in Nepal, the journey continues in the capital city of Kathmandu, home to many historic temples that attest to the rich cultural heritage of the nation. The journey continues to Bhutan, the "Land of the Thunder Dragon," where sights like Thimphu, the capital city, and the ancient Punakha Dzong give visitors a feel for Bhutanese culture and history. As they traverse the majestic Himalayan vistas, participants will get a glimpse of the local traditions and Buddhist practices that make each country special. In addition to providing a breathtaking panorama of alpine landscapes, the trip helps participants better understand and respect the spiritual and cultural diversity that defines Bhutan, Tibet, and Nepal.

Sarba -In mountain's embrace , my soul finds its grace

Sarba -In mountain's embrace , my soul finds its grace

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