Friends of Himalayas



Nepal is well-known for the Himalayas and as a birthplace of Gautam Buddha. Mount Everest, the highest peak on earth lies here. So, officially Nepal is the highest country on Earth where snow capped mountains towering to Sky disappear into the clouds like stairways to heaven.

Nepal is the homeland of thousands of mountain peaks including Mt. Everest and other eight tallest mountains above 8000meters among the 14 peaks in the world. Tourists come to Nepal for trekking, climbing; admire the world’s tallest peak, hiking, and the see the Everest. But this delightful country is more than just the mountains.

Nepal is an important pilgrimage destination for Buddhist and Hindus all over the world. Millions of Buddhists come from far and wide to visit the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, UNESCO World Heritage Site of Lumbini. Maya devi temple complex where Buddha once lived. Not only Buddhist, Nepal is the foothold of millions of Hindus. Thousands of temples of Hindus gods and goddess are carving history from the ancient time.

Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is enriched in world heritage sites and encircled by green hills with soaring mountain ranges. The beautiful city is not only famous for culture and architecture; it offers western vibe in many restaurants in Thamel, Boudha and other area.

Similarly, Pokhara, Chitwan, Janakpur, Illam and many other places are renowned for different types of activities and culture. Where you reach; you will greet by wide smiles of friendliest Nepalese people. Nepal has many things awaiting to offers you. Being atop the world, Nepal most be visited once in lifetime – it just one step away from heaven. Come and travel in the holy land to see the nature and cultural combination.

Peak Climbing in Nepal

Friends of Himalayas is a registered and licensed mountain guide service in the Himalaya. For those clients who are interested in trekking and trekking peak climbing in the countries of Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet and Pakistan we are currently offering support and services. Currently there are 406 peaks open for climbing and mountaineering in Nepal.

If you’re looking for adventure in Nepal your trip won’t be complete without climbing a 6000m trekking peak in the Himalayas. Peak climbing expedition can be both technically and physically challenging activity. It is usually a surprise to the first time visitor just how daunting a “Trekking peak” in Nepal can be. But that what makes Nepal one the best mountain trekking destinations in the world.

Mountain Expedition - Mountaineering Adventure

Nepal is synonymous with trekking & mountaineering. The difference in the two is that Mountaineering is much more challenging and specialized. In terms of technicality the Mountaineering in Nepal is on terrain that would be considered trekking peaks in the other Mountain ranges on the planet. Mountaineering in Nepal is above Tree line, in what’s called the Alpine Zone, this is an ecological zone composed of rock, snow and ice.

In order to participate in a mountaineering expedition in Nepal safely, Satori requires that you have a high level of psychological and physical stamina. A level of prior experience is also a good asset and it is indispensable on more difficult and technical climbs. 

Trekking in Nepal

With the Himalayas in the background, Nepal attracts everyone who is passionate about trekking and hiking. There is no better way to get a deeper insight into the routine of locals and their culture than following one of them along a mountain trail. Combined with a rich variety of stunning scenery, every trek in Nepal provides tourists with the experience they have never had before. The mesmerizing beauty of the most remote places and natural marvels of the mountainous terrain are only a few of things that will be included in your itinerary.

Nepal trekking tours are known to be the most popular ones for those who feel enthusiastic about this type of adventure. While steering clear of run-of-the-mill routes, we will provide you with an opportunity to get familiar with the natives and their way of life.

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