Nepal Eco Adventure, a leading trekking and tour operating company based in Kathmandu, Nepal, has operated approximately 4500 trekking trips, taking around 25000 hikers from 100 different countries, in 200 different trekking routes across Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet.
In Nepal, it conducts fixed departure as well as custom trips in the three popular regions: Annapurna region, Everest region and the Langtang region. Other than trekking adventures, it also specializes in organizing peak climbing expeditions, jungle safaris, rafting tours, as well as cultural and city tours.
The company was founded by Chhatra Karki in 2013 July. Nepal Eco Adventure has 7 full time personnel and 60 guides and trek leaders. Most of the company's employees have been guides and porters and are adventure lovers themselves, and they would often accompany the trekking party. The company's goal is to provide world class guiding and trek operating service at an affordable price while maintaining the motto of "Travel with the locals".
Nepal Eco Adventure is affiliated with Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Tourism Board, Nepal Mountaineering Association of Nepal(NMA) and Nepal Rastra Bank Nepal. It's registered address is Thamel, Kathmandu,Nepal.
Trip Terms & Conditions
A deposit of up to 30% of the total price is payable at the time of booking.
The balance amount is payable online before the tour start date, or upon arrival.
Everest Base Camp Trek with Gokyo Lake is a unique trip that offers you the best of two worlds. You can enjoy popular attractions and areas of remote beauty, including the relatively undisturbed area surrounding the Goyko Lakes. The difficulty of this trek guarantees once-in-a-lifetime views and bragging rights for all who complete it.
Those who plan to complete this trek should be in excellent physical shape and arrive prepared to handle high altitudes. You can choose to trek alone or with guides, but guides are recommended due to the more remote areas of this trip. You will need to obtain an Everest National Park permit to enter the area surrounding Mount Everest. Lastly, Nepal requires all international travelers (with the exception of Indian nationals) to present a valid international visa or purchase one at the Kathmandu airport.