The Annapurna region in the west and Everest region in the east are Nepal’s principal trekking areas, attracting walkers from across the world in spring and autumn, when visibility and weather conditions are optimum. The scenery in both is in a league of its own, though requires considerable time, effort and levels of fitness to enjoy to the full.
As a consequence, TransIndus also offer a range of more leisurely routes, ranging from one day to a fortnight in duration. As well as being less physically strenuous, these avoid the problems associated with altitude that complicate and extend itineraries to higher regions.
Our favoured low-altitude routes are also served by some particularly comfortable, beautifully situated accommodation.
Whatever your chosen itinerary, rest assured all our treks are accompanied by experienced guides, cooks and porters, and that we conform to the guidelines set out by the International Porter Protection Group, limiting the weight carried by porters and ensuring fair wages.