Massive mountains, golden temples, fluttering prayer flags, Buddhist stupas, wild yaks and awesome people, Nepal REALLY has it all (and then some).
With King Kong-sized peaks (quite a bit bigger, if we’re being technical), crystalline lakes, cute tea-houses and mountain-bound monasteries, a trip to Nepal will take you to infinity and beyond.
Travel to Nepal on a Geckos tour with a small crew of 18-29 year olds and you’ll get to drink a zillion cups of spicy chai in Kathmandu, visit the world’s most famous climbers convention (otherwise known as Everest Base Camp), be blown away by the beauty of the Annapurna Ranges, capture insanely good panoramic shots of the Himalayas and get as close as you’ll ever get to a Bengal tiger (if you’re lucky) in Chitwan National Park.
Travelling to Nepal is an arresting experience full of life-changing moments; you’ll see fat yaks, breathe thin air, gape at too-good-to-be-true vistas, and discover muscles you never knew you had - trekking will do that to you! Unless you are a muscleologist of course, and then you'll already know what we're talking about.
Some of our tours & treks in Nepal visit high altitudes.
What people say
Nepal was everything I expected and more. Vibrant colours and breathtaking mountains it is not just a trekking destination but a place of incredible history and culture. Get ready to get your mind blown with stunning views and the friendliest of people!
Nepal travel highlights
Trek a rugged trail through the Annapurna Mountains
Experiences (and views) don’t get more epic than this. Meet locals in villages, stay in hilltop lodges and take the best photos of your short life
Ride the white water rapids of the Trisuli River
These rapids have names such as ‘Ladies Delight’ and ‘Snell’s Nose’, so…that’s awesome
Nepal tour reviews
Our Nepal trips score an average of 4.8 out of 5 based on 128 reviews in the last year.
Nepal at a Glance, January 2017
This trip was awesome! It had a bit of everything, and was a great way to experience a lot of what nepal has to offer in a short period of time. I would absolutely recommend this trip
Review submitted 13 Jan 2017
Everest Base Camp, December 2016
What a journey! This was by far the hardest thing I have ever done. It really is about the journey, not the destination. Spectacular scenery, outstanding staff and lifelong friends. Dhal baht power, 24 hour!
Review submitted 07 Jan 2017