Trips & tours in HimalayaPrice$ 0Found 8 trips displayed belowCountries visited: Nepal, IndiaFill your face with momos in Kathmandu and get ready for a HUGE trip. Rafting, beach camps, Pokhara lake chill times, Annapurna trek (awesome), animal guys in Chitwan National...Countries visited: NepalKick off your trip in Kathmandu, go rafting and hang in Pokhara. Head off on your trekking adventure in Annapurna, stay in rad lodges, take a bazillion photos, fall in love with...Countries visited: Nepal, IndiaEmbrace your inner hippy in Kathmandu, search for Bengal tigers at Chitwan, check out Buddha’s hometown, fall in love with Varanasi, ogle at the Taj, hang in a palace at...Countries visited: Nepal, IndiaHead from bustling Delhi to remote Tordi Garh, get down and dirty with the best street food in Jaipur, gape at the Taj, cruise down the holy Ganges in Varanasi, hang in Buddha...Countries visited: NepalThis trek covers the trifecta: Everest Base Camp, Kala Patar and Gokyo. BOOM. You’ll also swing by Namche Bazaar, hang out in birch forests and Instagram some jealousy-...Countries visited: NepalLeave Kathmandu and head for Pokhara before hitting the road for our five-day Community Lodge trek. You’ll get to see loads of amazeballs stuff… views of the...Countries visited: Nepal, TibetSample the high life (altitude, not extravagance wise) on this Himalayan adventure through Nepal and Tibet. Catch the craze of Kathmandu, visit sacred Buddhist monasteries in...Countries visited: NepalGot your trekking pants on? Good. Fly from Kathmandu to Phakding then start walkin’. Check out Namche Bazaar, have a lil’ look at old Everest, bliss out in the coolest...
About the Himalaya
- If Tenzing Norgay is your big-time idol and you’ve got an inherent passion for prayer flags, then pack your hiking boots because Nepal is awaitin’.
- Whether you wanna trek to Everest Base Camp, explore Buddhist Tibet or chill out by Pokhara’s serene lake, the Himalayas are a pocket of patchouli just waiting to be explored.
- So jump on a Geckos Himalaya trip and hit the Annapurna trails, drink chai in Kathmandu, hang out in Lhasa, go whitewater rafting in Chitwan and let the mountains do all the talking. Breathe deep, friends.
It’s considered offensive to touch anything with your feet in Nepal (shoes and floors are obvious exceptions).
Nepal’s flag is the only one in the world that’s not rectangular or quadrilateral (that means a four-sided shape).
Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments
The Road to Kathmandu
James - Australia, 7 Apr, 2014
I thoroughly enjoyed the trip. The value for money was excellent, I doubt that we would've been able to pay for the accommodation, transport and activities for less than the cost of the trip, even if we were to organise the trip ourselves. I felt safe at all times.
Footsteps of Hillary
Justine - Australia, 21 Jan, 2014
Great trip, placed together with another great couple. Despite the cold and the level of difficulty it was great. Only suggestion you need a high level of fitness to enjoy the trek, moderate is ok but not as enjoyable.
Ain't no Mountain High Enough
Shelby - Australia, 22 Jan, 2014
It was incredible. Definitely recommend doing as many optional extras as possible so you get the most out of your trip.
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