Adventure Treks in Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet


Everest Region Treks · FAQ · Book

Everest Base Camp Trek (USD 1200+) · FAQ · Book

Everest View Trek · FAQ · Book

Jiri EBC Trek · FAQ · Book

Gokyo Chola EBC Trek · FAQ · Book

EBC Kalapathar Trek · FAQ · Book

Everest Gokyo Valley Trekking · FAQ · Book

Gokyo Renjo La Pass Trekking · FAQ · Book

Everest Panorama View Trek · FAQ · Book

Ganesh Himal Region Treks · FAQ · Book

Ganesh Himal Trek
FAQ · Book

Annapurna Region Treks · FAQ · Book

Dhaulagiri Round Trekking · FAQ · Book

Jomsom Muktinath Trekking · FAQ · Book

Royal Trekking Nepal · FAQ · Book

Upper Mustang Trek · FAQ · Book

Siklish Trekking · FAQ · Book

Nar-Phu Valley Trekking · FAQ · Book

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek · FAQ · Book

Annapurna Base Camp Trek · FAQ · Book

Annapurna Circuit Trekking · FAQ · Book

Mardi Himal Trekking · FAQ · Book

Panchase Trekking · FAQ · Book

Dolpo Region Treks · FAQ · Book

Upper Dolpo Trekking · FAQ · Book

Lower Dolpo Trekking · FAQ · Book

Langtang Region Treks · FAQ · Book

Langtang Valley Trekking · FAQ · Book

Langtang Gosainkunda Trekking · FAQ · Book

Gosainkunda Helambu Trekking · FAQ · Book

Langtang Classical Trekking · FAQ · Book

Helambu Circuit Trekking · FAQ · Book

Langtang Ganja La Pass Trekking · FAQ · Book

Eastern Region Treks Trekking · FAQ · Book

Kanchanjunga Trekking · FAQ · Book

Makalu Trekking · FAQ · Book

Manaslu Treks · FAQ · Book

Manaslu Circuit Trekking · FAQ · Book

Rupina La Pass Trekking · FAQ · Book

Tsum Valley Trek · FAQ · Book

Homestay Treks Nepal · FAQ · Book

Sirubari Village Trekking · FAQ · Book

Bhairav Kunda Trekking · FAQ · Book

Panch Pokhari Trekking · FAQ · Book

Gorkha Trishuli Trekking · FAQ · Book

Ghalegaun Village Trek · FAQ · Book

Tamang Heritage Trail · FAQ · Book

Planning a trek in Nepal is one of the most rewarding decisions of a seasoned traveller. Admiral Adventure Treks stands out amongst travel agencies because of its perfect balance of high quality authentic Gorkha-style service and budget-conscious affordability.

Trekking in Nepal means multi-day hiking & walking through rural, often isolated, rugged, and mountainous regions. While trekking, travelers enjoy unparalled mountain sceneries: the backdrops of the Himalayas. Many trekking routes vary in duration and difficulty. Admiral offers various routes through Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Gaurishankar, Dolpa, and Rara. The offerings range from day hikes to off the beaten track escapades. We have something for anyone and everyone, regardless of level of difficulty and budget. It is possible to organize treks in Nepal throughout the year.

We have treks that last a day or shorter, but we recommend you stay for at least a week. Most Pokhara and the Kathmandu Valley treks can be completed within two to four days, but the very popular Everest and Annapurna Circuit options mandate three weeks to a month.

Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Ramdung Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Singu Chuli Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Yala Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Pisang Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Naya Kanga Peak climbing · FAQ · Book

Chulu East Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Island Peak Climbing · FAQ · Book

Nepal Peak Climbing or the Mountaineering is considered as the sport, profession, or recreational activity of climbing or going up the mountains. It is a more challenging than a simple hiking; where one have to trek on higher altitudes. Although the toughest, this outdoor activity is also the most fulfilling. Mountaineering is all about challenge and determination, about putting hands and feet onto rocks and ice and snow and finally reaching a summit. There, high above the world of cities and civilization, the climber can pause and look across a natural world ruled by nature and her precise beauty.

Mountaineering or the sport of Peak climbing mountains is simply one of the finest outdoor opportunities available to the lover of high places through from Nepal Admiral Adventure. This sport challenges an individual's capabilities and skills; plus it is also a great way to be one with nature. Thus the mountaineer's enthusiast engages in mountain Climbing. Mountaineering is a sport with many hazards, which are often divided into three main groups: weather, falling, and avalanches. Weather is one of the primary dangers of mountaineering. Snowstorm may cause poor visibility, leading to climbers getting lost or falling into the void. Besides snowstorm, avalanches can consist of falling rocks, ice, and even gear. Falling rocks are a much more common danger than snow avalanches; they are also a lot harder to predict, which exposes climbers to a higher risk. Climbers also run the risk of slipping on the ice and falling into crevasses. Equipment failure accounts for only a small percentage of mountaineering accidents.

Nepal, the country is well known for its Himalaya and Mountains. Among the 10 highest peaks in the world, eight, including the highest peak Mt. Everest, crown this country. Nepal's Himalaya is known as the roof-top of the world. There are some 326 peaks in Nepal open for mountaineering. Spring summer, autumn and winter are consider as the main four season for mountaineering in Nepal.

Nepal Peak Climbing is another chief tourism activity proving Nepal the cradle for mountaineers for ages. Expedition and Mountaineering is a major attraction of Admiral Adventure Treks also. Nepal is the preferred destination for mountaineers all over the world. Some of the mountains like, Mt. Pumori, Mt.Amadablam, Mt.Baruntse are considered the popular mountaineering among 6000 and 7000 meter peaks where as Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt.Makalu , Mt.Manaslu, Mt.Lhotse , Mt.Everest are the 8000 meter peaks for the challenging mountaineering in Nepal. Whether your interest is simply climbing a peak or an expedition on 7000 or 8000 meter peak, Admiral Adventure Treks would befriend you in the hard snowy rocks to help you win the challenge.


Mt. Everest (8848m) Expedition · FAQ · Book

Kanchenjunga (8586m) Expedition · FAQ · Book

Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m) Expedition · FAQ · Book

Nepal Mountain Expedition or Mountaineering is the prime attraction of Nepal. The mountains of Nepal have stood as irresistible landmarks for the world's adventures since Nepal opened its doors to visitors in the 1950s. Mountaineering can range from climbing the highest peaks over 8,000 metres to climbing lower peaks which even though considered minor by Himalayan standards are technically quite challenging. There are 33 "Trekking peaks"opened by the Government. Mountaineering teams can apply for permit at mountaineering section of the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation.

Admiral Adventure Treks offer mountaineering packages providing all necessary camping equipment, food, transportation, helicopter, experienced climbing guides, Sirdar, Sherpa, Porters and all necessary logistics including climbing permits.


Nepal Family holiday Tour with children · FAQ · Book

Nepal Hindu Pilgrimage Tour · FAQ · Book

Central Nepal Tour · FAQ · Book

Himalayan Exploration Tour · FAQ · Book

Nepal Magnificent Tour · FAQ · Book

Honeymoon Tours in Nepal · FAQ · Book

Nepal Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour · FAQ · Book

Kathmandu Chitwan Rafting Tour · FAQ · Book

Kathmandu Pokhara Jomsom Tour · FAQ · Book

Best of Nepal Tour · FAQ · Book

Kathmandu Pokhara Rafting Tour · FAQ · Book

Muktinath Dharsan yatra · FAQ · Book

Hiking Around Kathmandu Valley · FAQ · Book

Best of Bhutan-5 Days/4 Nights · FAQ · Book

Dragon Kingdom Tour · FAQ · Book

Tibet Cultural Tour · FAQ · Book

3N/4D Lhasa Culture Tour · FAQ · Book

Simikot Kailash Trekking · FAQ · Book

4N/5D Lhasa Tour · FAQ · Book

Holy Kailash pilgrimage tour by Helicopter · FAQ · Book

Overland journey to Kailash · FAQ · Book

7n/8d Tibet Overland Tour (Drive in/ Fly out) · FAQ · Book

9N/10D Tibet with EBC Fly in / Drive out · FAQ · Book

Nepal Mountain Expedition or Mountaineering is the prime attraction of Nepal. The mountains of Nepal have stood as irresistible landmarks for the world's adventures since Nepal opened its doors to visitors in the 1950s. Mountaineering can range from climbing the highest peaks over 8,000 metres to climbing lower peaks which even though considered minor by Himalayan standards are technically quite challenging. There are 33 "Trekking peaks"opened by the Government. Mountaineering teams can apply for permit at mountaineering section of the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation.

Admiral Adventure Treks offer mountaineering packages providing all necessary camping equipment, food, transportation, helicopter, experienced climbing guides, Sirdar, Sherpa, Porters and all necessary logistics including climbing permits.


Bhotekoshi River Rafting · FAQ · Book

Trishuli River Rafting · FAQ · Book

Marshyandi River Rafting · FAQ · Book

Seti River Rafting · FAQ · Book

Kaligandaki River Rafting · FAQ · Book

Rafting Adventure is a popular water adventure sports in Nepal. Nepal River Rafting is not only meant for encountering with challenge of the torrential rapids of the mountain rivers but also to explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage. The northern part of Nepal is confined by the ever snowing mountains - Mt. Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and numerous peaks. The melting snows of these mountains enrich Nepal the second richest country in the world in water resources and it also makes the best Nepal River Rafting and kayaking.

All major rivers originated from the Himalayas and running down the mountains offers tremendous exciting experience of white Water rafting. ''Admiral Adventure Treks Pvt. Ltd'' is a professional adventure company for the arrangement of thrilling white water rafting trips in Nepal with 100% safety guarantee. Our top preference is to provide quality service with safety to every client. Our rafting guides inform all the aspects of rafting and river safety before starting of rafting trip. Nepal has many rivers for you to explore for rafting such as: Trishuli River, Bhote Khosi River, Kali Gandaki River, Marshyangdi River, Sun Koshi River, Seti River, Arun River, Karnali River, Tamur River. On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling white water with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great rafting adventure in Nepal.


Chitwan National Park · FAQ · Book

Bardiya National Park · FAQ · Book

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve · FAQ · Book

Nepal Jungle Safari; Ride an elephant through the silent jungle catching wildlife by surprise,it will be one of the most enduring experiences in Nepal.The jungles in the southern and south-western parts of Nepal are only a half hour to an hour's flight away.The Chitwan National Park and the Bardia National Park are home to an incredible varaiety of mammals,reptiles and birds.The former is recognized as the best preserved conservation area in all Asia with a facinating range of wildlife roaming free.With their natural habitat well preserved the animals are thriving. Among these are the endangered species;the greater one-horned rhinoceros and the most sought after Bengal Tiger.The many safari lodges in Chitwan and Bardia provide excellent accommodation and facilities for guests to enjoy wildlife activities.See wildlife up-close on an elephant safari or a jeep drive,a boat ride or nature walk under the guidance of expert naturalists with years of experience.Each trip is unique as one never knows what will show up:a bear,a herd of deer,a flock of peacocks,Langur monkeys on treetops,a pair of rhinos and some lucky guests get to see the elusive tiger prowling among the tall grass. Away from the noise and distractions of city life,there is unbelievable peace in the middle of a jungle listening to bird calls and animal sounds. Surrounded by greenery and filled with natural sounds,the mind relaxes and one finds peace in the wilderness.It's an experience of a lifetime.


Bungee Jump In Nepal · FAQ · Book

Nepal Mountain Flight · FAQ · Book

Paragliding · FAQ · Book

Hope to see you in Nepal soon!

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Festivals & Events of Nepal


As the Sun enters the southern hemispheres, people in Nepal celebrate Maghe Sankranti on 14th January. On this very day people take early morning bath if possible in a holy river of Bagmati, put on the best of clean clothes and visit Lord Vishnu’s temples to pay their homage to God with puja items like flowers, license, fruits etc. At home they read Bhagwad Gita, a sacred Hindu book. Messaging entire body with mustard oil is regarded as very auspicious on this particular day. Nepali family enjoys a hearty delicious meal comprising rice cooked with lentils, yams and sweets like laddu made from seasame and sugarcane paste etc. On this day people in huge numbers gather around Devghat in Chitwan to take a dip into the meeting point of river Kali, Gandaki and Trisuli. Such action is believed to free devotees from sins, cleanse their soul and make them closer to god. This day onwards days get longer and warmer.


Basanta Panchami is also called Shri Panchami or Saraswoti Puja and is celebrated on 13th February in the honor of Goddess Saraswoti, goddess of knowledge and learning. This day is very special for students. They take early morning bath, wear clean clothes, worship their books and visit temple of goddess Saraswoti with puja items. Students believe that worshipping the goddess on this day broadens up their knowledge horizon and their studies will progress further fruitfully. Parents who have toddlers at home take them to temples and make them write on the walls of the temple. This day also bears cultural and religious significance for Buddhists who prioritize this day for worshipping God Manjushree. At Hanuman Dhoka in Kathmandu official announcement is made indicating the arrival of spring. Astrologically, Shri Panchami is an ideal day for couples to tie a marriage knot and also for new born babies’ name-giving sacrament called nwaran.

LHOSAR (February)

Lhosar is New Year for Sherpas and Tibetans. They openheartedly enjoy it from 9th to 11th February with delicious feasts, family, relatives, friends, music and dance. They wear finest of clothes and jewellery and exchange gifts with each other. At monasteries priests perform ritual ceremony to bring auspiciousness. Bouddha and Swayambhu stupas are adorned with colorful attractive decorations and so are the houses. People throw roasted barley flour, also called tsampa, on the air as a sign of welcoming their New Year.


Maha Shivaratri takes place on 8th March. On this occasion, devotees pay their utmost homage to Lord Shiva. Hindus all over the world gather in Pashupatinath temple to pay their tribute to his almighty. The temple will showcase a worth watching crowd of naked sadhus with ash covered bodies and people lined up in thousands. Majority of Hindus take fasting. In the evening or at night they worship Lord Shiva with all the necessary puja items. Hindus at home make bonfire and sit by the fire.


According to Hindu Mythology, during the reign of King Hiranyakasyapur entire people of the kingdom were prohibited from worshipping Lord Vishnu and were coerced to worship him instead. The king had immense hatred towards God Vishnu. But for his misfortune, King’s own son, Pralhat, was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. When king learnt about this, he grew very furious and implemented extreme cruel measures to make his son forget Vishnu. No matter how cruel the king got his son grew more closer to Vishnu. In one of his ploys, the King assigned his sister, Holika, to burn Pralhad to death. Holika had the power of emitting fire. She took Pralhat into her lap intending to burn him but with Lord Vishnu’s immortal blessings instead she was burnt to ashes. That very day was celebrated as Fagu Poornima or holi. From that day onwards on every 25th March Hindus celebrate holi as a victory of good over evil. People from every walk of life, age, and caste enjoy Holi in Nepal with color, delicious food, music and dance. People fill up balloons with water and use them to throw at each other. It is a day of surrendering oneself to blissful moments of complete pleasure. In Terai region, holi is celebrated with great rejoice.


According to Nepali Bikram Sambat calendar, Bhaisakh 1st or 14th April is Nepal’s New Year’s Day. National holiday has been declared on this very day. Nepalese organize parties or get together at homes and full heartedly celebrates the day with good food, music and dance. Many make resolutions for coming year.


14th April is dedicated for Bisket Jatra in Kathmandu Valley, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. Men high on local alcohol drag a chariot carrying a statue of god Bhairabrath all around Bhaktapur. Along with this chariot, another chariot carrying God Ganesh, Goddesses Mahakali and Maha Laxmi are also pulled along. Local people approach theses chariots with Puja items for worshipping gods and goddesses. Animal sacrifices are made in a bid to please these gods and goddesses. Bhaktapur features many street dramas based on mythological tale of Bisket Jatra. Thimi also enjoys this day with its tongue-piercing ceremony at Bode village. The practice of this ritual is believed to reserve a special seat in heaven for a tongue-pierced individual.


On 17th April Nepalese welcome Chaite Dashain and Ram Nawami in the name of celebrating Lord Ram’s victory over evil Rawan. People wake up early in the morning, take showers, put on finest of clothes and worship Lord Ram with puja items. Goats are sacrificed for religious purpose. At Hanuman Dhoka in Kathmandu, a buffalo is beheaded at a single stroke by sword and people in hundreds come to witness this. Ram Janaki temple in Janakpur is mesmerizingly decorated in a breath-taking fashion. This occasion is a major day for entire Nepali. Delicious food, drinks and beautiful clothes add more favor.


8th May is tributed to mothers as mother’s day in Nepal. Depending upon their economic status, Nepalese gift their mothers with sweets, fruits, clothes and jewelries as a token of their love and affection. Mothers are made to feel very special on this particular day. For those whose mothers have already expired, they in memory of their mothers take early morning bath and pray for the departed souls. Motherless Nepalese go to Mata Tirtha to take bath and offer alms of rice, pulses and coins to the priests in the name of their mothers. A mela is also held at Mata Tirtha.


23rd of May being the birthday of Gautam Buddha is celebrated by both Buddhists and Hindus as Buddha Jayanti. People in Kathmandu visit Swayambunath, Boudhnath and other temples of Buddha to pay their homage to Buddha. Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha, is beautified with amazing decorations. Buddhists from all over the world gather here to celebrate the occasion.


Tejii is a very special festival for Upper Mustang people. It is celebrated on the last week of May or sometime beginning or middle of May which depend on Tibetan calender and continues for three consecutive days. Legend has it that when evil Man Tam Ru destroyed humankind and brought about enormous natural catastrophe, Doorjee Sonnu came to rescue. Doorjee Sonnu was the incarnation of Lord Buddha. Doorjee Sonnu’s victory over the evil was celebrated by Upper Mustang people as Teji. On this day Choedhe Monastery organizes festival dances.


In the ancient time Kathmandu Valley went through severe famine threatening the lives of ordinary people. God Red Machhendranath was requested to bring in rains. When rainfalls cascaded down the valley with the blessings of the god, the local people as homage to the god started celebrating Red Machhendranath Jatra during the month of June. Chariot seated with Red Machhendranath is roamed all around the valley. People come before the chariot to worship his almighty with puja items.


10th August is a religious day when Nepalese worship snake gods, also called the Nagas. Like other festivals, Nag Panchami is also backed up by a tale. In the ancient time Nagas halted rain from pouring over Nepal. The king of that time also happened to be a Tantric and so he used his power to make Nagas let go of rain. The king succeeded in doing so but he also honored the majestic power of Nagas by turning the day of victory into a festive occasion of Nag Panchami. On Nag Panchami, devotees put a picture of Nag high above their doorway and perform puja with necessary puja items. Offerings in the form of food are left in the yards and paddies for snakes.


Gaura Parba is celebrated by far-western Nepali on 13th August. This day is very significant for married women. They worship Shiva and Parvati for the longevity, happiness and prosperity of their husbands and family. Women on this day come together under one roof and share their happiness and sorrow. They enjoy this day singing and dancing.


Nepali enjoys Janai Purnima on 19th August. Men purify their body with early morning bath, change their sacred thread placed across their chest with a new one and perform puja. Brahmins gather around Bagmati River to take a dip into the holy river and offer their prayer to his almighty. At home, a Brahmin places yellow blessed thread around the wrist of family members. Nepali family invites close relatives for a feast containing assortments of kwati, a combination of varieties of beans, as special menu. Rakshya Bandhan is a special day for brothers and sisters. On the same day, sisters put rakhi on their brothers’ wrist, offer them sweets and food and pray for their longevity, happiness and prosperity. Likewise, brothers also present special gifts to their sisters.

GAI JATRA (August)

20th August is the day when Nepal embraces the reality of life and death with humor. People grieving the loss of their dear ones gather together and go for a procession on street dressed like cow and other comical characters. This binds people and makes them see that no one is immune to pain and sorrow in life and everyone must take reality of life and death into their stride. Ancient history has it that a queen after the death of her son went into depression. King wanted to get his queen out of her sorrow and so he introduced a festival called Gai jatra where bereaved families were presented before the queen. This made the queen realize that so many other people were also in the similar pain like hers and despite that people went on with their lives holding on to the memories of their lost ones. This helped her ease her pain. People on this day can make satirical comments at any one even the government. Street dramas are organized criticizing renowned public figures and government system. Several newspaper and magazines publish satirical articles. But on this day everyone is forgiven.


Krishnastami is the day of celebrating Lord Krishna’s birthday. It is celebrated on 26th August. Ardent devotees gather around Krishna temple, offer their prayers and worship the lord with puja items.

FATHER’S DAY (September)

Father’s day, also termed as Gokarna Aunsi, is a special day for Nepali. On 3rd September Nepalese offer their fathers with gifts including sweets, food, fruits, clothes and so on as an expression of love and respect. Fatherless Nepalese visit Gokarna and there they take a bath in the holy river and offer alms of rice, pulses, fruits, coins etc to priest in the name of their fathers. This is believed to help their fathers in heaven live in peace.

TEEJ (September)

Teej is a very important festival for both Nepali married and single women and is celebrated on 3rd September. Married women put on their bridal wears which is red sari and put on their best makeup to look stunningly beautiful. This day is regarded as the day when Lord Shiva’s marriage proposal to Parvati was accepted by her father, Himalaya. Therefore, Nepali regard this day very auspicious. Women visit Lord Shiva’s temple to perform puja and offer prayers for their husbands’ longevity, happiness and prosperity. They take very strict fasting living only on water for the entire day. Hindu belief has it that if single women please Lord Shiva, they will have good husband. At night women gather, sings songs of their sorrow and pain and dance to melodious tunes. Teej is a complete women’s day.

INDRA JATRA (September)

On 17th September Kathmandu valley celebrates Indra Jatra to please God Indra for his blessings to mankind. A chariot carrying a statue of God Indra is pulled along the streets of Kathmandu valley by youthful men. People nears the chariot to worship God Indra with puja Items. Another chariot carrying Goddess Kumari, Lord Ganesh and Lord Bhairab is also dragged along the valley. People in Lakhe attire performs Lakhe dance.

DASHAIN (October)

Dashain is the biggest festival in Nepal. It is celebrated for 11 consecutive days during the months of October. Major events of Dashain are Ghatasthapana, Phool Pati, Mahaastami, Nawami and Vijaya Dashami. It is a celebration of Goddess Durga’s victory over demon Mahisasur. On Ghatasthapana jamara, green-colored plant, is planted in majority of the Nepali household. Phool Pati announces the advent of Dashain. On Nawami animal sacrifices are made to please various forms of goddess Durga. On Dashami people dress up beautifully and visit their elders to receive tika from them. Tika is red vermillion mixed with yogurt and rice. Elders put tika on the forehead of their juniors and give them blessings. Children during this ritual are gifted with money. Kite flying highlights the occasion with fun and joy. Families gather together after tika for a delicious feast and play card, sing and dance for pure entertainment.


Tihar is also one of the very important Nepali festivals. It is also called festival of lights. Nepal during this time of festival in the month of November looks amazingly breathtaking with its colorful and attractive decorations. It is celebrated for 5 days. First day is termed as Kag puja in which crow is worshipped with puja items and food. Then next comes Kukur puja and similar ritual is followed. After kukur puja, Nepali celebrates Laxmi puja, Gobardhan Puja and then Bhai Tika. After thoroughly cleaning, houses are lit with candles and electronic lights to please Goddess Laxmi and to have prosperity, happiness and harmony in the family with the blessings from goddess Laxmi. Bhai Tika is ceremonial ritual for brothers and sisters. Sisters put tika and offer food, fruits, sweets and gifts to their brothers praying for their longevity. Brothers on the other hand also put tika on their sisters’ forehead and present them gifts.


Chhath Parva is a very popular festival in Southeastern part of Nepal. Every year Janaki temple of Janakpur witnesses a grand ceremony on 7th November for Chhath Parva. Devotes take ritual bath from Holy River, worship God Sun with puja items and prays for their safety from skin diseases. At night temples are transformed into absolute beauty with candle and electronic lights.

MANI RIMDU (November)

Mani Rimdu, celebrated in the month of November, is an important festival for Sherpas of the Khumbu in the Everest region. Tengboche monastery organizes a grand ceremony for three days on the occasion of Mani Rimdu. Buddhist monks blow horns to bring in auspiciousness and then the chief Lama leads the entire ritual. Other participants from the local community also offer their prayers. At the end of the first day of the festival, Lama blesses devotees with holy water and auspicious pellets. On the second day after blowing cymbals, horns, flutes and conch shells, similar nature of ritual is followed.

On the final day monks perform sacred dances to ward off evil forces.


Ancient tale has it that an ordinary person named Bala turned into a demon after he accidentally ate burnt flesh of a corpse. Later people plotted a deception against him to kill him. After Bala’s death, people regretted the fact that they deceived him and so began to practice Bala Chaturdasi for seeking forgiveness from Bala. On 30th November Nepalese after taking ritual bath at dawn scatter grains all around for building a truce with diseased souls. A mela is organized near Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu. This ritual is ended with blowing of a horn.


Bibah Panchami is a festival conceived for celebrating wedding of Ram and Sita on 6th of December. Janaki temple is the focal center of attraction during this festival. Children dress up as Ram and Sita and perform dramas that will take entire audiences to the memory lane of epical wedding ritual of Ram and Sita.


Yomari Punhi was started as a thanksgiving to gods for blessing farmers with good harvest. On 15th December, Newari community prepares food called Yomari made from the flour of new rice with melted raw sugar stuffed into it and then sealed. Foremost Yomari is offered to gods and then remaining yomaris are shared amongst family, relatives and friends.

TAMU LHOSAR (December)

Abiding the lunar calendar Tamang, Magar, Gurung and other Himalayan communities of Nepal celebrate Tamu Lhosar as their New Year during the month of December. Monasteries are attractively adorned with colorful decorative items. People take blessings from monks for their progress, prosperity and happiness. Each home raises a flag on top of its roof. A party is organized at home and invitations are forwarded to relatives and friends. Delicious food, music and dance become the essence of party. Greetings and gifts are exchanged.

CHRISTMAS (December)

Christian community of Nepal celebrates Christmas on 25th December. Christmas is a fun-filled festival that harmonizes family. It brings together lost family together. A Christmas tree is decorated with exquisite decorative items. Gifts are placed hidden under the Christmas tree. Children are led to believe that Santa Claus has left their gifts hidden under the Christmas tree. After receiving gifts family members sit together for lavish dinner. The special menu set for the day is turkey.

Altitude and Acclimation

Altitude sickness also known as Acute mountain sickness (AMS) develop to those who ascend the mountain trails in high altitude too quickly. In the high altitude the body does not get enough Oxygen due to the thinning of air. The next factor is dehydration which occurs due to water vapour from lungs evaporating at a higher rate and there is less moisture at high altitude.

Proper acclimatization is very important to allow a gradual gain in altitude having extra days to allow for acclimatization. By slowly gaining height we reap the benefits of a gradual gain in fitness and acclimatization. Many of our trekking routes are especially planned to avoid acute mountain sickness.

Symptoms of mountain sickness in higher altitude:

Minor symptoms to worsening symptoms of mountain sickness such as headache, loss of appetite, insomnia and drowsiness occur while trekking to higher altitude in Nepal.

Severe symptoms include shortness of breath (even when resting), migraine like headache, vomiting, coughing, retinal haemorrhage, edema, visual impairment, bladder & bowel dysfunction, loss of coordination.

How to prevent mountain sickness:

Take your time: As a general rule one should not cpmb more than 300 meters (1,000 ft) a day.

Not to sleep at a higher place: You should not sleep at a higher place than where you cpmbed that day. In other words, sleep at a lower altitude than where you cpmbed in a day. Even if it means going back down the trail to find a lower spot.

Descent: Get to a lower altitude as soon as possible.

Allow extra day at higher altitude for accpmatization in Nepal: Proper accpmatization is very important to allow a gradual gain in altitude. Many of our treks are designed with extra days for proper accpmatization. By slowly gaining altitude we reap the benefits of a gradual gain in fitness and accpmatization. On our cpmbing trips in Nepal and trekking trips in Tibet we carry a portable altitude chamber as an extra safety precaution.


Passport/ Visa

Valid passport is required by all except nationals of India. Indian nationals must produces proof of identity and arriving from India. (Acceptable proofs include Voter’s Identity Card issued by the Election Commission of India or Photo Identity Card issued by the state or central government of India or Temporary Photo ID issued by the Indian Diplomatic Mission in Nepal.)

Entry Procedures & Visa Rules

Visas can be obtained on arrival from the immigration authorities at all Nepal entry points (with fees payable in US Dollars) provided travelers are in possession of valid travel documents, two passport photos and the relevant fee

Tourist Visa Fee

Multiple entry 15 days US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry 30 days US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry 90 days US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency

Gratis (Free) Visa

Gratis visa for 30 days is available only for nationals of SAARC countries. However, for extension of visa for SAARC nationals, the rule is same as that of other nationals.

Indian nationals do not require visa to enter into Nepal.

Visa Application Requirements

One completed application form.

Valid passport.

One passport-size photo.

Fees (in USD cash).

For business visas, letter from company explaining purpose of visit, accompanying application made direct to Department of Immigration in Nepal (as above).

A stamped addressed envelope if applying by post

For Visa Extension

A tourist visa can be extended from the Department of Immigration and Pokhara Immigration Office for a total of 120 days. An additional 30 days visa may be granted on reasonable grounds from the department. Over the course of a visa year, a tourist cannot stay in Nepal more than cumulative 150 days.

Travel Insurance

We recommend you take out travel insurance from your home country. This should include adequate cover for baggage, medical expenses, cancellation, helicopter evacuation and emergency rescue. If you do not have travel insurance you must have a credit card with at least a US $10,000 limit.


About Us

Admiral Adventure Treks Pvt. Ltd is a leading tour operator promoted by a group of highly trained and educated licensed trekking and tour guides with many years of experience in adventure tourism. Our team is specialized in organizing treks, mountaineering expedition, leisure tours, culture and heritage tour, wildlife tour, river rafting etc across Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan & India. All our itineraries are meticulously designed based on the local knowledge and experience of the Himalayan regions. We ensure that our price for every trip is more competitive and unmatched with other local and overseas travel outfitters. The services we provide are full of fun, flexibility and reliability, memories of which any of our clients will surely treasure a life time!!

The company is officially incorporated under the Ministry of Tourism, Government of Nepal to operate all the tourism- related activities in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan as well as to handle all comprehensive travel arrangements which include hotel booking, flight ticketing, transportation and visa/ permits etc. It is also affiliated to tourism organizations- Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Kathmandu Environment Education Project (KEEP), (Himalayan Rescue Association) HRA

Mission Statement

To ensure the safest, most substantive, value for money and most exciting adventures for singles, couples, families old & young through our personal attention and our competence.

To execute responsible tourism policy in the Himalayan region by providing welfare packages to our porter’s staffs, less fortunate people (who live in rural areas of Nepal) and supporting their children through our educational projects.

We operate our trips in a professional manner, respecting nature and local cultures while sharing the benefits of ecotourism with our local areas we visit

How we differ:


At most of the places where we organize cultural tours & teahouse treks we provide the best available accommodations for overnight stay. While on camping trek we provide the best trekking equipment with highly international standard tents with duffel or kit bags. Clients are provided 2-3 inch thick foam mattresses and sleeping bags for sound sleep


During the trek all cooking is carefully supervised by our professional cook. He serves varieties of food from traditional Nepali daal/ bhat to pasta, pizza as well as Chinese & Indian cuisine


Considering the client’s comfort, we always use private transport to travel across the country. We have our own modern fleet of air-conditioned vehicles, ranging from Japanese cars, vans and coaster coaches depending on the size of the group. Our drivers are well experienced, both on driving and mechanical maintenance. They speak little amount of English, but they are delighted to point out the best spots en-route for photography

Quality assured

Being one of the leading adventure travel companies in Nepal, we have long-established relationships with our suppliers to ensure not only competitive prices but also in quality service.

Responsible Tourism

Our company is committed to responsible tourism in the areas where we organize treks and expedition. We use kerosene stoves for cooking in every trips. We meticulously carry bag all our refuse or wastage products to Kathmandu or transfer them to designated dumping sites. Preserving the fragile environment is our great concern.


Sharmila Khatri (Founder & Director)

Sharmila Khatri was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. She migrated to the United States and currently lives in Sunnyvale, California. Her passion has always been for the mountains, particularly the Himalayas. Hiking the Colorado mountains has added more to her experience in mountaineering. Over the past 12 years, Sharmila has often traveled to Nepal, trekking to the base camp of Mt. Annapurna, and climbing through the Khumbu valley. Sharmila has also successfully lead a group of travelers to Mount Everest and Mount Ganesh.
Her leadership in managing the trekkers at the Everest base camp is phenomenal. Her deep passion for the mountains and the culture has given her the opportunity to partner with the Nepal-based, family-owned company, Admiral Adventure Trekking. Their team of expert local guides, combined with the knowledge of Mt. Kailash and the religious Hindu background has made Admiral Adventure Trekking, LTD, one of the top companies in Nepal today. She assists in North American Travelers journey to the Himalayas! "Mountains are where I celebrate my life and freedom." Sharmila Khatri

Dhurba Bagale (Nepal Director)

Dhurba Bagale was born in Gorkha, the famous region of Manaslu Trek. He is a confident and an energetic MBA graduate. Although, he was seeking his future in banking sector, his interest towards the hiking, hindu culture and tourism changed his way. He decided that he would contribute towards the field of tourism industry. As he was from Manslu Trek region,he often involved in trekking and experienced the Nepalese culture and adventure. While in school, he would gather his school friends and go on an adventure. This also proves his passion in this field. As a young boy,he always had fun in walking around beautiful villages and viewing the wonderful scenery of the nature. He would feel proud of mighty Himalayas standing in front of him, glowing like silver in the early morning and dreamed to make it renown over the world.

Fortunately, he got chance to get ownership of Admiral Adventure.

Rajan Khatri (Executive Director)

Rajan Khatri was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal. Rajan is a new member to our Admiral Adventure Treks. He is a dedicated and hardworking person.He enjoys designing tour and trek itineraries for them. Moreover, he takes personal interest in helping people select the perfect destination for their family or group. Rajan love his job he likes to meet new people. Rajan really hard working and dedicated person.

Govinda Dasu (Director of Technology, Business)

Govinda Dasu is interested in technology for social impact. He was born in Wisconsin, USA and grew up in California. He attended Stanford University undergrad and is currently a Stanford University masters student, studying Arificial Intelligence. He is the founder of Learning Dollars Inc., a company that facilitates online learners to produce digital products like this website itself. Read more at

Praveen Samadhiya (Sr. Project Manager)

I have sector focused Analyst covering various high investable areas across Enterprise, Consumer, Internet, Mobile, HealthTech, EdTech and more, delivering quality projects in different vertical with Clientele from USA, UK, USA, Germany, Australia, Canada, and different other countries. We have skilled resources working in PHP,CMS, Java, ASP.Net, ROR, Python, Woocommerce, Html/CSS3, MySQL, React Js, Iphone App, Android App. Reach me on

Nirmal Adhikari (Director of Operations Japan)

Born and grown up in the beautiful village of nepal, Nirmal spent most of his childhood playing with nature and its beautiness. During his early teenage, he moved to Kathmandu,which has world's seven monuments zone accepted by the world heritage committee. He is an energetic and motivated person with the background of business and management knowledge.Travelling is his hobby and passion and gained knowledge travelling so many places of Nepal and out of Nepal.He developed his interest in tourism after he successfully trekked?Annapurna, Everest and Upper Mustang. He then ended up as a partner with Admiral.He believes that travelling is the way Want to explore natural,cultural ,religious of any country.It is the best way to gain knowledge and make dream comes true."One day I will present my cute heaven 'Nepal' to the whole world". Nirmal Adhikari

Kamal Bhatta (Product Manager)

Born and raised in Gorkha, he has worked with us as Tour trekking guide and has led many international groups all over the popular trekking regions in Nepal. He has gained a wide ranging experience in organizing and leading both teahouse and camping treks. He has attended basic training courses on environment, first aid, equipments, Tour guide for (city)precaution of high altitude etc. His caring, friendly attitude and individualized service towards his clients has earned him a good applause.

Rabin Karki (Senior Team Member)

Started his career in tourism long time back as a porter, assistant guide and now he is working as a trekking guide in our company. He fell in love with mountains when he was quite young. He left his village at the age of 15 and headed to Kathmandu in search of a job in tourism. Serving Admiral Adventure Treks in different capacities, he is entrusted the responsibility of a full time trekking guide after considering his skill, knowledge of the trekking routes, his outstanding level of service towards his clients. He has also attended basic training courses on environment, first aid, precaution of high altitude sickness etc.

Jeevan Panta ( Operations Manager)

Working as advisor in our company, he is responsible for promoting various products and services among the customers, sales and marketing and overall business development for Admiral Adventure Treks. He enjoys travelling, visiting new places and making new friends. Travelling is his passion that has grown to choosing him a career in tourism. He is excited about each and every adventure he has tailored for his clients, no matter whether it is in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. He believes that it is his job as travel advisor to ensure quality service, make holiday itineraries as much flexible as they are and clients’ satisfaction.

Raj Bhattarai (Senior Trip Coordinator)

He offers professional and competitive travel products to meet the demands of the international travelers through online bookings and tailor-made trips. Being General Manager of the company, he is responsible to sell diverse travel products and tour packages, manage budgets and maintain financial records, sourcing various products and destinations to meet travelers' demands for bespoke travel and sustainable tourism, liaising with overseas travel partners, different airlines and hotels, to manage bookings and schedules , dealing with customer enquiries and aiming to meet their expectations and overseeing the smooth, efficient running of the business.

Yagya Bdr.Karki ( Lead Adventure Host)

He is a licensed trekking guide working for Admiral Adventure Treks since 2009. Started his career in tourism as porter with different trekking companies in Nepal and now he is one of the best trekking companions for every traveler. Born and raised in a tiny village at Jiri Bazaar, near Everest region, he spent his early youthful days in the mountain as cattle herder and sometimes being a porter carrying the camping stuff from Jiri to Everest Base Camp. Now, he is involved in many trekking journeys all over Nepal that include Everest, Annapurna,Langtang, Manaslu, Makalu, Kanchanjunga , Rolwalling ,Dolpo,Rara etc.

Uttam Simkhada (Tour Guide)

Born and raised in Gorkha district, he is a kind and easy- going young travel entrepreneur with enthusiasm and passion for tourism right from his very young age. He has acquired varied and practical experience in the travel industry, particularly working as tour guide for six years. His easy and lively temperament has won the hearts of many clients he has met with and has built a very cordial relationship with them till date. He understands the needs of each member of the group while on tour and treats them with great care. He has got extensive knowledge in local culture and history of the areas where he visits. He has got good command in English. His clients describe him as very professional, friendly and approachable.

Why Travel With Us?

We are local

Being a local trekking company, we offer more advantages to our clients than other competitors. We have thorough knowledge about our country-Nepal and its neighboring countries where we operate the trips. We are quite familiar with each place, its geography, history, culture and people. It is more convenient for us to sell and promote our products directly to our clients. If any problem during the trip comes up, we can give a fast solution and logistical support.

Experienced team

Our company is comprised of highly qualified travel specialists with a diversity of experience, knowledge of the destinations and equally most qualified to recommend or design the ideal itinerary to suit individual needs, budgets and timeframe. We consider our privilege to serve every customer with the best products and services. We love exploring across the Himalayan regions and we know each and every corner intimately.

Safety and Security

The safety of our clients is our first priority. Our well-trained and highly qualified staff constantly aware of the current local situation to the clients prior to trip departure and during the trip and make necessary adjustments for their safety and security at all times.

Our prices are lowest and guaranteed

We are proud to say that all our trip prices are lowest and guaranteed. If you find a better price of the same trip within 24 hours of booking with one of our competitors, we will give you USD 50 bonus towards your future trip with us. No hidden charges.

Prompt Response

Our travel advisers are always in close contact with you from the day of first inquiry via e-mail or phone call to the moment you get back to home with appropriate information. For your every inquiry, our team gives prompt response within 48 hrs.

Responsible Travel

We promote and practice sustainable tourism principles. We put every effort to empower local communities and ensure that both they and our clients benefit from our tours. We constantly seek new destinations to make access our clients and acquaint them about local cultures, lifestyle of the local people and encourage two-way cultural exchange.

Well-designed itineraries

We offer carefully designed and well-executed touring itineraries to capture the very best of each particular destination where our customers visit and stay in the most charming, well-located hotels, lodges and resorts and make discoveries of the secret footpaths, hidden villages and immerse in the beauty of mountains.

Discounted price on hotel booking

We provide you the best available hotel /resort/ lodge accommodations in Nepal. If you book hotels directly through us, our customer service department after verifying the information you provide will be happy to offer a further discounted price of 10% on B/B in all major cities and towns in Nepal.