Trekking in Nepal
Mountain Monarch is a Nepalese trekking company owned and operated by a competent and professional local team of trekking experts. We have earned an excellent top rating in Trip Advisor and being recommended on Lonely Planet as per the optimum clients' contentment over our reliable service in organising the safe and great trekking and climbing trips. Personalise service and safety on top of any agenda in organising any of our trekking in Nepal and climbing trips in the Himalayas. We ensure experienced, competent and medical trained trek leader to lead your adventure Nepal trek to climb with proper safety back up like Oxygen cylinder or PAC bag and comprehensive first aid kit. Proud to be a pioneer and responsible tour operator to have 01 trekker: 01 porter on all high altitude Nepal treks and climbing trip at affordable cost.
Trekking in Nepal is ultimate way to explore and experience the incomparable local culture and thrilling beauty and splendour of the high Himalayas. We do stand out among the rest in leading our trip in most responsible way exceeding every expectation. We have earned an excellent reputation for absolute reliability, caring and safety over the year in organising peak climbing and trekking in Himalaya. With our dedicated local team of experts' work commitment and over 2 decade long tour operating experience, we undoubtedly ensured the safe and best of Nepal trekking experience to all our valued trekkers. Thus we have over 40 % of repeated trekkers each years who without a shred of doubt always choose us for their ultimate Nepal hiking to Himalayan expeditions climbing trip. Many travellers are joining us as they have seen us in action on a earlier trip or have heard the great and reliable service we cater to ensure the best and safe adventure holiday of lifetime. Proud to share that we have achieved 100% successful summit on climbing trip to Island, Mera and even on Mt. Everest.
Unlike other travel companies, our trekking in Nepal, hiking and peak climbing package trips in the Himalayas includes all expenses with absolutely no extra hidden additional charges. You can choose and join the best suitable group adventure tours of Nepal hike to expedition climb from over 100 trips in the Himalaya. Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Manaslu, Kanchejunga, Dolpo regions in Nepal offers from short exotic walking to high altitude trek and expedition climb of the Himalayan peaks. It is always us, the local travel experts, not a sales person; who plan, advise and leads your Nepal trekking adventure holiday to climbing trips. Lets explore the Himalayas with local experts! And feel the difference.
Why Mountain Monarch
- Safety First with Excellent Reputation
- Responsible Trekking Policy 1 Trekker:1 Porter
- Guaranteed Departure: Over 100 Trips to Choose
- Best Price with 99% Success Rate
- Team of Experts over 2 Decade Experience
- Trek & All Climbing Gear Provided
- 40% Repeat Customers & Customize Trip
- Recommended by Trip Advisor & Lonely Planet
Nepal Trekking - Popular Trips
Everest Base Camp Trek
Everest base camp trek is the most popular adventure activities in Himalaya ever since Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa climbed the Mount Everest in 1953.
Annapurna Sanctuary Trek
Our Annapurna sanctuary trek is one of the finest 2 weeks tea house trek in Annapurna region with the goal of reaching the fabulous high mountains amphitheater also known as Annapurna base camp.
Manaslu trekking in Nepal exhibits the unspoiled diverse culture and tradition with wonderful views of Mt. Manaslu.
Three Pass Trek
Three pass trek explores the Seven superb destination over 5000 meters: Renjo la, Chola, Kongmala high passes with Gokyo ri, Kalapathar, EBC and Chukung Ri in one trip – a truly Himalayan traverse.
Annapurna Circuit Trek
This is the classics, most diverse and stunning teahouse trekking in Himalayas. You witness the fascinating ethnic groups having their own language and tradition on the back dropped of incredible peaks.
Trekking in upper Mustang is an exploration of the concealed valleys of Mustang, nestled between Tibet and the Himalayas – a place different from the rest of the world.
Everest Base Camp Heli Trek
You can leave the the footprint at mt. Everest base camp in 12 days. Trek to base camp and helicopter ride out for the eagle eye views of Himalayas – a great adventure of lifetime.
Climbing in the Himalayas
Island Peak Climbing
Climbing the Island peak is beyond simply trekking in Himalayas – expedition summit thrill, next to the Mt. Everest.
Mera Peak Climbing
Mera is the highest trekking peak in Nepal – it has an alpine PD difficulty grade. It is a physically demanding snow trek with straightforward climbing.
An Everest Expedition in the Himalayas presents one of the world’s greatest physical and mental challenges. Climbing Mt. Everest will give you such a wonderful feeling of pride and the sense of being most adventurous person on the planet.
Our Ama Dablam expedition offers the most superb, technical climbing experience in the Himalayas. There is no doubt that spectacular Ama Dablam is one of the world’s most impressive mountain peaks standing at the canter of the Khumbu valley.
Chulu West Peak Climbing
We organise our Chulu West Peak climbing trip in combination with trekking around Annapurna.
Yala Peak Climbing
Our Yala Peak trip is most suitable for those who wish to stand on a Himalayan summit in 2 weeks time to have the great trekking peak climbing experience in Nepal.
Our Manaslu expedition is a complete climbing adventure of a 8000 metre peak in the fabulous Himalayas, no doubt the best alternative to Cho Oyu, with a more diverse landscape and challenging climbing experience.
Mera and Island Peak via Amphu Laptsa Pass
Exceptional high altitude adventure routes to the trekking peaks of Mera and Island and the crossing of the challenging Amphu Laptsa pass in Himalayas.
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