# 1 Real Everest Trek

Everest Kalapatthar

# 2 Everest base camp

Everest Base Camp Trekking

# 3 

Annapurna Base Camp

# 4 

Iceland Peak

About Us

Nepal (नेपाल) has its flag red with a blue border around the unique shape of two overlapping right triangles. The smaller, upper triangle has a white stylized moon and the larger and lower triangle displays a white 12-pointed sun. The color red represents the rhododendron (the National flower of Nepal) and the color red is sign of victory and bravery. The blue border signifies peace and harmony; the two right triangles are a combination of two single pennons (pennants) that originally symbolized the Himalaya Mountains. The moon represents the serenity of the Nepalese people and the shade and cool weather in the Himalayas, while the sun depicts the heat and higher temperatures of the lower parts of Nepal. The moon and the sun are also said to express the strong belief that the Nepal will be there in the earth as long as Sun and Moon are in the sky. Nepal is in Southern Asia, between China and India. It covers total area of 143,351 sq km and its boundary is 2,926 km long in total, bordered by China 1,236 km and India 1,690 km. It is a landlocked country.

Best Selling Packages

Langtang Valley Trek
Langtang Valley Trek
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 11 Days
Langtang Valley Trekking takes you to the north of Kathmandu in the mystic Langtang valley. In fact, the famous British Mountaineer- Bill Tilman himse...
Pikey Peak Trekking
Pikey Peak Trekking
 USD 0
 8 Days
Pikey peak is situated at lower region of Solukhumbu district at an altitude of 4070 m. From Pikey peak, one can get the grand view of nature. During ...
Everest Kalapatthar Trek
Everest Kalapatthar Trek
 USD 0
 18 Days
Biological brilliance through spectacular outlook of Everest's amazing trip to Lukla and the set up of the amble to Namche Bazaar, the multicolore...
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek
Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trek
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 25 Days
Jiri to Everest Base Camp trek was brought into limelight by two great trekkers- Tenjing Norgay Sherpa of Nepal and Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealan...