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Hi am a female solo traveller planning for a short tripwith just girls in October, any suggestions as this will be our first time in climbing.

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  • Trek Nepal Intʼl PVT.LTD
    Hello Sanjana,
    Glad to know that you are planning a short trip in Nepal.
    Well, if you don't feel comfortable going with guys then we also have female trekking guide and she is very experienced as well but most of climbing guides are male.
    Please let us know your desired destination for trekking (like Annnapurna & Langtang) and climbing (like Annapurna & Everest) and we will be able to send you detail itinerary.
    Thank you & Kindest Regards,
    Trek Nepal.
  • Birke Götz

    I can strongly recommend the private Nepali guide Karpu Lama. Please visit his website: or on facebook (Karpu Lama). For a short trip I suggest to go to Langtang region, which can be reached from Kathmandu within some hours drive. It is a beautiful region and you have the possibility to easily climb to Tsergo Ri (4984m) or Kyanjin Ri (4773m).

    Let me knwo if you need any further info.

  • Himalayan Smile Treks And Adventure
    Hii Sanjana,

    If you are making a short trip to Nepal, You have plenty of opportunities to spend your time as your desirous activities. Hiking, trekking, and climbing are the adventurous activities you can do in your visit. If you have very short time in Nepal, even in the Kathmandu valley, you can fond of doing hiking in Shivapuri, Sundaruijal, Nagarkjun, Phulchoki, Champadevi and other places. Likewise, Kathmandu valley also offers climbing in Nagarjun Forest, Hatiban forest, Kakani.If you have few more days to trek, Go the most Popular trek in Everest, Annapurna or Langtang. If you want to know more information about your the trips visit

    Best regards,

    Himalayan Smile
  • Ruk
    You may find these tours on bookmundi of interest
  • Benjamin
    I did Poon Hill trek (3,210m.) walking five days trekking with Happyland Treks and it was absolutely amazing. The guide (Happy) was very friendly but he also took very good care of all the group. I really enjoyed the whole experience, specially the nature, sunrise with the mountain views and the cultural experience with locals. if you do this trek stay overnight at Ghandruk and go to the Ghandruk museum and wear the Nepalese gurung dress up. its so much fun and you laugh lotsss!
    I can strongly recommend the ''Happyland Treks'' They are experience team and social.
    if you want more information here is the website:
  • SkySmith
    I am very happy that you have made plan to visit this place. Also, I would like to add some things you must carry with yourself as there will be adventures as well . Such things include lighter, shovel, toilet papers, ropes, mosquito repellant, and a first aid kit.
  • Best Free
    Popular Peaks for Climbing in India (October)
    Kangyatse Shoulder (Ladakh)
    Seven Sisters Peak (Manali/Solang Nala)
    Mentok Kangri (Ladakh)
  • Himalayantreks
    Hi Sanjana

    I was doing some research on himalayan treks and I came across your page.

    I suggest you to travel in Nepal and experience the Himalayan treks:

    I have applied its concepts in the past and found great success with It.

  • Adventure Guide (Ramesh)
    Nepal is a Himalayan country which is blissful and boon of natural resources. You can visit and enjoy the scenery of Nepal. And the safest and beautiful destinations.

    If you can dream it, you can do it. Let's do it.

    #AdventureLover #AdventureGuideNepal
  • Amanda
    they are right, Nepal is one of the best places for Mountaineering.there are some best place in Nepal for Mountaineering
    hope you will enjoy the trip.Best of luck.
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