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Nepal Treks for First Timers

14/09/2016

Have you only done two or three day treks in the past and really enjoyed these?

Has Mount Everest always been on your travel bucket list?

Do you like to go on a real trekking holiday for the first time?

Are you quite short on time?

Perhaps you are unsure whether you like to walk in the mountains for a longer period of time?

If the answer is yes to any of these questions, consider taking a relatively shorter trek with an introductory level. These kinds of programs will give you a fantastic trekking experience in a period of maximum two weeks and include ample acclimatisation days.

Your Nepali guides are very knowledgeable and will ensure your wellbeing and safety at all times. Cooks will prepare fresh meals every day, porters will take care of your bags, and World Expeditions’ private campsites you will stay at mean you are provided with a real mattress and warm sleeping bag at night.

There are more than 10 introductory treks in Nepal to choose from and you can have a look at the complete overview here.

If you like to know that your trip will go for sure, consider looking into any of these guaranteed departures:

02 APRIL  |  Annapurna Trek, introductory level trekking in Nepal >> show me

01 MAY  |  Ama Dablam Base Camp Trek, moderate level trekking in Nepal >> show me

02 OCTOBER  |  Everest Trek, introductory level trekking in Nepal >> show me

21 OCTOBER  |  Trek Annapurna and Everest, introductory level trekking in Nepal >> show me

22 OCTOBER  |  Annapurna Chitwan, introductory level trekking & wildlife safari in Nepal >> show me

For more information, to discuss your level of fitness, other travel dates or what to pack, do get in touch with our team of travel experts in London by phone or email.

Or, if you like to read up on the trip, download the trip notes from the second tab on the specific trip you are interested in. 

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