Reg no.: 148884/72/073

About Us


Around Nepal Tour and Trek provides an amazing service for discovering Nepal's various beauties. We provide a variety of adventure activities, Nepal's rich culture and natural beauty, and cultural heritage to visitors from all over the world. Our company's primary goal is to establish a relationship for our tourists with Nepal. Whether you are in search for an adventure trek in the Himalayas, a cultural trip through historical towns, adventure rafting, bungee jumping, or a jungle safari in a UNESCO World Heritage Site (Chitwan National Park), we have it all. We also provide pilgrimage excursions to holy temples, monasteries, and shrines. Our aim to create customized itineraries based on your interests and preferences as much as possible.

Around Nepal Tour and Trek is an authorized tour and trekking company. It is comprised of highly skilled and experienced individual. Mr. Dinesh Kumar Shrestha, a travel specialist with over two decades of expertise, Mrs. Prabha Kala Rai, a geography expert and content creator and Mr. Sagar Sangam Rai, a full-stack web developer, and Mr. Roman Sangam Rai, a cinematographer have been running this organization for over a decade.  We believe in the uniqueness, safety, and high quality of our services. We advocate the sustainable growth of tourism, culture, and the economy, as well as the preservation of the environment. We have been donating a portion of our profits to those in need.

We have over a decade of local trained, qualified, and experienced tour and trekking guides and mountaineering leaders. They have a government license and are registered.  They are able to successfully guide your trip and excursion track. They converse proficiently in English. We also have various language speaker guides available if you require. They can provide you all kinds of relevant information on the area you're visiting. They are knowledgeable in rules and regulations, weather, trails, roads, the public relation, potential travel obstacles, time management, and so on. We are always there to assist you in case of an unforeseen incident happened while traveling. We will never fail to contact you during your trip.

We ensure to provide ideal hotel, meals, hiring guides, and other conveniences at the lowest possible cost. We can help you plan travel itineraries based on your schedule. Due to your acclimatization day, you might make your itinerary a little shorter or longer.

We also provide photographic tours and treks.  You can hire our highly skilled professional photographer/cinematographer to capture photographs and videos to make your journey unforgettable.

Our additional services

  • Professional photographer/cinematographer and local guide 

The company offers clients with an incredible chance to hire a photographer or local guide to capture the diverse landscapes, wildlife, adventure activities, UNESCO world heritage sites, magnificent architecture, rich culture, ethnic groups and their unique traditions, lively festivals, traditional dances, and intricate handicrafts of this stunning Nepal.

If you hire a photographer or a local guide while traveling, you can expect them to provide suggestions as well as assistance since they have ideas, guidance, and strategies for capturing photographs and videos in the proper angles, lighting, and compositions.  Before capturing people, it is suggested that you obtain their permission.

  • Rental equipment for tour, trekking and climbing

If you need rental equipment for a trip, hiking, or climbing, such as trekking gear, climbing gear, camping gear, or digital equipment, our company can supply it as cheaply as possible.

Some essentials to know before travelling in Nepal

  1. Trekking TIMS and permit Cards: You must get the TIMS (Trekker's Information Management System) card and two essential trekking permit cards, the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit card or Annpurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) card. The particular permits necessary vary depending on where you plan to visit. The TIMS card is required for all trekkers in Nepal to keep the record of the trekkers and ensure their safety.
  2. Physical and mental Fitness: You should be physically and mentally fit. The trek is a lengthy and difficult walk at high altitude.
  3. Altitude illness: You should research altitude sickness, including its symptoms, prevention, and treatment. Acclimatization is required to avoid major possible health problems.
  4. Trekking routes: You need to search trekking routes and select one that is appropriate for your physical fitness level, expertise, and interests.
  5. Seasons and weather: You should be aware of the best times for trekking in Nepal. Spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) are the best seasons because of to their stable weather, bright sky, and breathtaking vistas when compared to other seasons.
  6. Essential trekking gear: You need to pack the important trekking gears, including pack walking boots, a sleeping bag, trekking poles, a first aid box, a good-quality backpack, trekking poles, and warm clothing layers.
  7. Trekking guides and porters: You should hire an experienced trekking local guide and porter since they can give important perspectives on geographical, cultural, and natural knowledge, as well as assist you in maintaining a friendly environment throughout the journey.
  8. Travel insurance: Travel insurance should be purchased to cover trekking activities, medical emergencies, departure, and trip cancellation.
  9. Food and Accommodation: You should be aware of Nepal's hotel and accomodatin options. Along the most popular trekking trails, you can expect to have simple tea houses or lodges. They offer a range of meals, whilst some trekking routes offer only a few alternatives. As a result, it is preferable to have energy-giving snacks, such as almonds.
  10. Respect local culture: Nepal is a culturally diverse country. The trekking path has its own set of local norms, traditions, and social behavior. As a result, they should be respected.
  11. Trekking Cost: You need to be aware of all charges, such as permits, lodging, food, transportation, guide and porter fees, and incidental costs. The cost of trekking varies according to the trekking route and services.
  12. Safety and emergency contact: You must be aware of emergency procedures, the location of nearby health centers, rescue facilities, and the emergency contact number. You must share your trekking itinerary and company address with your family members, as well as your genuine home contact information with the company where you will be travelling.
  13. Research local rules and regulations: Before visiting a conservation area, national park, or restricted place, you should research local laws and regulations.
  14. Responsible trekking: You must learn your responsibility in order to reduce environmental degradation. You should dispose of rubbish properly so that wildlife and natural ecosystems are not harmed.

Trekking gear or equipment

It is recommended that trekkers and climbers bring only needed gear/equipment to protect their safety, comfort, and pleasure of the journey. Trekkers and climbers should not carry too many gears because carrying a large load makes them and their porters uncomfortable. The porters will be worried if trekkers ask them to carry a heavy weight. The trekking gear varies based on the trekking route or altitude. The essential trekking gear/equipment for Nepal is listed below:

  1. Head wears
  • Sun Hat or cap
  • Mask
  • Neck gaiter or buff
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  1. Upper body wears
  • Shorts
  • T-shirts, Long-sleeved shirt (lightweight, quick-drying)
  • windproof fleece jacket, and super Down Jacket
  • Rain coat or waterproof jacket
  1. Hand wears:
  • A pair of lightweight wool/fleece gloves
  • A pair of very warm polar-fleece glove
  1. Lower body wears
  • Comfortable underwear
  • Thermal underwear or bottoms for high altitude
  • Fleece or warm trousers
  • Waterproof trousers
  1. Footwear:
  • Lightweight, high-quality trekking boot (the trekking boot should be worn before coming in Nepal to ensure comfort)
  • Moisture-wicking socks (wool or synthetic, cotton)
  • Shoe gaiters and crampons (if the trekking trail is snowy or ice)
  • Rubber sandals (for using in the room)
  1. Bag
  • Lightweight backpack (about 35 liters with rain cover, waist and chest belt)
  • Large duffel bag of at least 65 liters with a rain cover (to be carried separately by porter)
  • Lightweight waist bag (for carrying money, phone, lipstick, and other essentials)
  1. Sleeping bag

The trekkers and climbers require sleeping bags based on their altitude. They should have a sleeping bag rated -10 to -15 degrees Celsius for altitudes between 3,000 and 4,000 meters, and a sleeping bag rated -20 degrees Celsius for altitudes over 4,000 meters. A -30 sleeping bag is required if they plan on climbing the peaks.

  1. Toiletries
  • toothbrush, toothpaste
  • Soap and shampoo
  • Toilet paper
  • Quick-drying small towel
  • Small mirror
  1. Cosmetic items
  • Sunscreen and lip balm with high SPF
  • Comb
  • Shaver (for man)
  • Face Moisturizer
  • Body lotion/Vaseline
  1. Practical gears
  • Good quality of Water bottle (at least 2 liter)
  • Headlight/torchlight/flashlight (with extra batteries or a power bank)
  • First aid kid (including bandages, antiseptic, pain relievers, blister treatment etc. and any personal medications)
  1. Documents: Passport, Trekking permit card, Travel insurance
  2. Nepalese Rupees (some of the trekking routes do not accept ATM cards)
  3. Optional gears
  • Trekking poles
  • Camera
  • Sleeping bag liner
  • Binoculars
  • Trail map or guide book
  • Small diary and pen

The best place to purchase trekking gear in Nepal

Do not be worried, if the trekkers forget to carry trekking gear/equipment in Nepal with them or if they plan on buying any gear in Nepal. They can purchase it in touristic hub Thamel, Kathmandu with the assistance of our company representative. The trekkers should only set adequate time for shopping before embarking on their journey. Some other trekking trails offer trekking gear/equipment, however supplies are limited.

Our company provides rental trekking gear

If the trekkers or climbers do not want to reuse their trekking gear or if they want to take rental trekking gear/equipment in Nepal such as sleeping bags, trekking poles, trekking bags, down jackets, and so on, our company will rent them those items at a low cost. After each use, the rental equipment is thoroughly cleaned. The company offers to rent those items for roughly USD 2-3 each day.  If they cause physical damage to rental gear, they must pay the full cost of the gear.