First Environmental Trekking (P) Ltd.


Annapurna Everest Manaslu Panchapokhari Dolpa
Helambu Ganesh himal Makalu Sailung Rolwaling Mustang
Langtang Dhaulagiri Kanchanjunga Phulchoki Gorkha


  shivapuri.jpg (16462 bytes)SHIVAPURI (4 to 5 days)

This trek begins at Budhanilkantha with the option  end at Nagarkot or Dhulikhel. Budhanilkantha offers you the sight of the ancient statue of lord vishnu sleeping on a bed of snakes. Beautiful, long-range views of mountains and magnificent view of sunset and sunrise and the effect of the change of colour over the mountains will be seen from the slopes of Shivapuri, the second highest hill on the Kathmandu Valley rim. This trail is popularly known as Rhododendron Trail because this trail bath with rhododendron flower in spring.  


 helambu1.jpg (16387 bytes) HELAMBU     (7 to 9 days)
One hour drive brings the trekkers to Sundarijal, the starting point of this trek, where there are sparkling waterfalls flowing down through an Oak Forest. This trek offers the experience of being in a typical Sherpa village and many ancient monasteries. It is a golden chance to learn about life in our villages. The trek ends at Melamchipul Bazaar on the banks of Indravati River.



   LANGTANG GOSAINKUNDA (10 to 12 days) langtang.jpg (28184 bytes)

A pleasant eight hours drive pastTrishuli Bazar brings you to Dhunche, the starting point of this trek. A variety of sights including Buddhist monasteries, a cheese factor factory, yaks, glaciers and mountain lakes make this trek an exciting one. You will visit Gosainkunda, one of the holiest lake in Nepal, where thousands of pilgrims throng each August to bathe in its cold and spiritually refreshing water. 


ANNAPURNA  (8 to 30 days) annapurna.jpg (27900 bytes)

This is the most famous and popular trekking area in Nepal. With the exception of the Annapurna Circuit, all treks begin at Pokhara, a lakeside city with a marvelous mountain backdrop. Here you may visit  lake, Devi’s Falls, caves, plunging gorges, museums,  a Tibetan camp or simply enjoy the unsurpassable views of the Annapurna Range. Options for your trek   includes a climb up to Poon Hill to see the sunrise over Annapurna peaks and Machhapuchhare. Visit  Ghandrung, a large and typical Gurung village. This  is the home of many of the Gurkha soldiers, famous for their brave exploits in World War and more recently, the Falk and War. There are natural hot  springs in this area, a welcome place to relax for the weary trekkers. Another favourite destination is Muktinath, a holy pilgrimage for both Hindus and Buddhists. The mountain scenery will bring you lifetime memories. The option of Annapurna Circuit gives the trekkers a chance of an adventure of crossing Thorong Pass (5416m.).

There are four route options to fit you time schedule:

 Annapurna Base Camp
Jomsom – Muktinath.
Annapurna Circuit.


GANESH HIMAL (6 to 25 days)

Treks in the Ganesh Himal Region are designed to introduce you to a broad spectrum of life in different Nepalese communities and a variety of beautiful scenery. You may visit the Base Camp of Ganesh Himal where there are two lakes - Black and White. Twin waterfalls – Ganga and Jamuna, bring joy to your heart. Visit this area in March or April, and you see the mountainsides red with magnificent Rhododendron blooms – Nepal’s national flower. Visit Gorkha, the birthplace of modern Nepal. This was the home  of King Prithvi Narayan Shah, who fought many wars to unite the tiny kingdoms spread throughout the land now known as Nepal. His palace can be seen on the top of a hill at Gorkha. This area is also the homeland of the original Gurkha warriors.The Ganesh Himal treks begin at Trishuli, a three hours drive from Kathmandu and end at Gorkha, a six hours drive to return to Kathmandu.

We offer four optional routes in this area:
Shiva Cave. 6 Days
Ganga – Jamuna Twin waterfalls. 10 Days
Chamere Cave. 12 Days
Ganesh Himal BC & Black and White Lakes. 25 Days


DHAULAGIRI   (21 to 28 dadhaulagiri.jpg (23795 bytes)

Dhaulagiri   (8,167 m.) is the World’s sixth highest mountain peak. It is part of great massif that includes 14 other summits exceeding 7000 meters. The jagged ridgeline of the Dhaulagiri Himal extends westward more than 40 miles from  the Kali Gandaki Khola. Trekking routes in this area are very strenuous and trekkers must be equipped for camping. Several optional routes can be taken.

All routes offer spectacular scenery in remote and challenging country and are suitable for experienced trekkers with basic mountaineering skills. Treks start at Baglung and end at Pokhara.


  EVEmt.everest.jpg (29713 bytes)REST  (14 to 28 days)

The name "EVEREST" is magic in itself. Everest (8848m.) is called "SAGARMATHA" in Nepali – "Higher than the Sky" and "CHHOMOLUNGMA" in Tibetan – "Mother Goddess of the Earth". The quickest and easiest way to reach this region is by flight to Lukla at 2827 m. The Solu – Khumbu region has sweeping glaciers, magnificent mountains, forests, animals, birds, monasteries and is the home of the world famous Sherpa people. Sherpas are the real mountaineers of Nepal. In 1953,Tinzing Norgay Sherpa became one of the first men to conquer Mount everest along with Sir Admon Hillary of New Zealand. For an extended trek and experience of village life, we start the trek to this region at Jiri, a 10 hours drive from Kathmandu. This option requires 26 to 28 days.


MAKALU – TUMLINGTAR (16 to 22 days)

This is a remote trekking area for those particularly interested in mountain flora and fauna and who love adventure. You have the options of flying to Tumlingtar to begin this trek or driving to Hille, 12 hours east of Kathmandu on the main East – West Highway.



Mount Kanchanjunga (8586 M.) is the third highest mountain in the world and the second highest peak in Nepal. It is located in the extreme northeast corner of Nepal bordering Sikkim (an Indian State) to the east and China to the north. This trek is the most adventurous of all the routes offered. This trek begins at Tumlingtar or Taplejung accessible by air, or Ilam or Basantpur accessible by road. Soaring peaks, the Yalung Glacier and a wide variety of natural vegetation and agricultural areas can be seen in this region


MANASLU (16 to 25 days)

All the treks to Manaslu Region begin at Gorkha, a 6 hours drive to the west from Kathmandu. This recently opened area brings you the opportunity to experience village culture and the beauties of the pine forest. View the Tibetan Plateau from Larke Pass or choose the Base Camp trek and enjoy natural hot springs. Another option of this varied area is the Rupinala Route, which will take you to "Dudh Pokhari", a holy Lake. The choice is yours:

Rupinala – Dudh Pokhari 16 Days.
Manaslu Base Camp 20 Days.
Larke Pass 25 Days


SAILUNG (7days)

Sailung offers another opportunity for a short trek to experience colourful cultures and beautiful forests with varied flora and fauna. From Narayansthan you can see Mt. Everest and Mt. Gaurishankar and other peaks of the Eastern Himalayan Range. Your trek will begin at Mude and end at the village of Dolalghat.



This is a short but very rewarding trek on the rim of Kathmandu Valley. You will begin you trip at Dakshinkali, a holy temple dedicated to Kali, where you can view animal sacrificial ceremonies on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Along the route, the hilltop of Fulchoki (2762 m.) is the highest hill on the valley rim. This trek is of special interest to those wanting to learn about village life and enjoy the sight of vast variety of flowers and birds in this region. The village of Panauti is our final destination.


PANCHPOKHARI CHARIKOT (Kalingchok) (12 days)

This trek starts from Sundarijal, one hour drive from Kathmandu and ends at Dolalghat. You will trek through Helambu, a typical Sherpa village and enjoy memorable views of Panchpokhari, which means five lakes. This is a beautiful forested area situated on the slopes of the Rolwaling Mountain Range.


ROLWALING    (12 to 28 days)

This region lies between Langtang range and Everest range and the sight of both Mount Langtang and Mount Everest is the highlight of this trek. The trekkers will be rewarded with the enchanting view of Majestic Mountain Gauri Shanker (7134 m.). The trek to this region starts from Dolakha, a small township near Charikot, an 8 hours drive from Kathmandu. The trail following the course of River Tamakoshi on the way to Simigaon adds more thrills to the trek. The option of crossing Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755 m.) to go to Namche Bazar of Everest region is an adventure of its own kind. In this trail the Glacial Lake Tsho Rolpa offers the experience of lifetime



Gorkha is the homeland of the famous Gurkha warriors, renowned worldwide for their courage and loyalty. This trek introduces you to Nepalese life in the central mountain area as you visit scores of villages clinging to terraced mountain slopes. The rugged landscape is divided by a multitude of high ridges and deep river valleys providing breathtaking views at every turn and ridge top. This trek offers you visit of Begnas and Rupa lakes near Pokhara. The trek begins with a scenic six hours drive to Gorkha and ends at Pokhara from where a drive back to Kathmandu offers you more opportunity to view the lush green valleys and hillsides of Nepal.


DOLPA   (28 to 35 days)

This is a very recently opened trekking region and offers the longest trek in Nepal. You will be taken to the most remote villages where people still live as they did long ago. Few tourists visit this fascinating area even today. This area which is a Shangri_la in itself provides you with great mountain views including the magnificent Mt.Dhaulagiri (8167 m.). This area is the dwelling place of Snow Leopard and an enchanting trek in this region by Peter Matthiessen gave birth to his masterpiece "SNOW LEOPARD", a spiritual novel and one of the best sellers. A trek to this region is recommended for groups. This trek begins with a flight from Kathmandu to Jumla or a drive to Baglung.


MUSTANG (14 to 30 day) mustang.jpg (30667 bytes)

Mustang has been described as Desert in the mountain. The trek to this region is a very rewarding one for those who want to experience the hospitality of the people living in this remote region. A trek to this region offers a chance to experience very typical customs and life style of the mountain people. This land is a perfect destination where ample scopes are offered for visiting Buddhist Monasteries. A trek to this region inspires divine imaginations in the heart and soul of all who come within its magical range. Though the final destination of this trek is Lo-Manthang, a side trek to Damodar Kund, a holy shrine for Hindus, can be made. This trek begins from Jomsom – accessible by air, Pokhara – accessible by road or Besisahar – accessible by road. Trek starting from Besisahar includes Annapurna circuit.

There are four options being offered according to your schedules.
Jomsom – Mustang – Jomsom.
Jomsom – Mustang – Pokhara.
Pokhara – Mustang – Pokhara.
Besisahar – Mustang – Pokhara/Jomsom