Yes, you really can enjoy a two week Nepal trek. We've even got shorter Nepal treks than that too. Even on a short Nepal trek you can even find yourself off the beaten track too. Although shorter in duration, some are reasonably challenging, whilst others are fairly easy treks. Nepal has just about every possibility.
You can enjoy low altitude walks in the Annapurna Region, the Himalayan foothills and the Kathmandu Valley, as well as higher altitude short walks in the Everest region.
You'll have an english-speaking guide, porterage & all meals provided. You only carry what you need with you for the days walking in your back pack e.g waterproofs, additional warm layer, camera, water etc. The porters carry your main baggage. Most of our short treks in Nepal use trekking lodges, aka teahouses. Some are easy Himalayan treks. If the walk involves any camping (like The Starlight Trek), then tents are provided too (carried and erected/dismantled by porters of course), along with a cook, dining tent, tables and chairs.....everything you'd need so that you just enjoy walking.
Still, if you'd like rest days, or other possibilities added, no problem. Some treks less than a week are ideal for a very short Nepal holiday even. But, they can always be extended to include other activities and perhaps a bit of cultural touring if you only want to do a few days walking.
One of the best known of all classic Himalayan treks, this shorter version of the Annapurna Circuit follows the Marsyangdi Valley to Manang and crosses the challenging Thorung La to descend into the Upper Kali Gandaki Valley to then fly out from Jomsom to Pokhara.
A short Everest Trek. Spectacular trekking in the realm of the Sherpa and the Everest region. Visit Namche Bazaar, Thyangboche Monastery and folllow sections of the Everest Base Camp trail. Great views of the summit of Everest, Lhotse, iconic Ama Dablam and more.
The classic Himalayan sunrise and panoramic view point of Poon Hill. With just 5 days of walking, this is the ideal first time trek in Nepal to do, particularly if you're short on time too.
Also known as the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, or the ABC Trek. With improved road access this classic Nepal trek can now be done within a two week Nepal holiday. Walk to Annapurna Base Camp on this most beautiful Himalayan experience.
A short Nepal "off the beaten track" trek that’s very, very sweet heading up valley into “mythical” Dolpo and the Shey Phoksundo National Park to reach what must surely be the most scenic lake in Nepal.
Trek through the beautiful Modi Khola beneath Annapurna and Fishtail to the classic Himalayan sunrise viewpoint of Poon Hill and across the Kali Gandaki Valley to Dhaulagiri.
Fantastic views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Fishtail along with some delightful ridge trekking featuring two classic Himalayan view point locations, Poon Hill and Khopra Danda. A wonderful short Nepal trek.
Initially following the Manaslu Circuit Trek you then take a detour and trek back in time to a hidden valley where a Tibetan way of life remains largely undisturbed and amongst glorious mountain scenery too.
A stunningly spectacular short Nepal trek that gets you so close to iconic Fishtail Peak you could almost “tickle” it. Stupendous views across to Annapurna, as well as a bit more “off the beaten track” too.
The classic trek to Everest Base Camp can now fit into a two week trekking vacation. So, if Base Camp has always been your dream, but time is not on your side, then here's the answer. You'll follow the classic trail to EBC and then fly to Kathmandu in just a matter of minutes in a private helicopter!
Shorter and relatively easy walking days in the beautiful Modi Khola Valley, but without compromising stupendous views of the soaring peaks of the Annapurnas. Pass through colourful hill villages and meet the locals along the way.
A stunning short trek up through the spectacularly beautiful Langtang Valley, home of the red panda. Options to ascend Tsergo Ri or Kyanjin Ri view points too.
Wonderful ridge trekking through the lesser trekked Helambu region to sacred Gosainkund Lake and over the Lauribina La to Langtang.
Just the name 'Mustang' fires the imagination. A wild, barren & arid high mountain desert that's more 'Tibet' than Nepal. From Jomsom you trek through this unforgiving yet incredible landscape over high passes to reach the legendary capital Lo Manthang. Returning via a different route.
Follow part of the famous Annapurna Circuit Trek before heading higher and higher into a wild mountain wilderness and the realm of the snow leopard to remote Tilicho Lake.
Explore lesser trekked trails and wild, dramatic landscapes in the Kangchenjunga region. Cross remote high passes for great views of high peaks including Everest, Makalu and Jannu.
A classic circuit trek of an 8000m peak for the discerning, very capable Himalayan trekker in search of a quieter walking route through a genuine mountain wilderness. Over the Larkya La to the Marsyangdi.
Off the beaten track trekking to not one, but two hill top Himalayan view points beneath Fishtail for outlandish views of the Himalayan giants of the Annapurna range, east to Manalsu, west to Dhaulagiri and across Nepal to the gangetic plains.
Explore timeless villages and the rural delights of the bucolic Kathmandu Valley. Easier walking & low altitude. See ancient temples at Panauti, Buddhism flourishing at spiritual Namobuddha and Himalayan views at the Newari hill town of Dhulikel.
Follow in the footsteps of HRH Prince Charles on a short, panoramic trek along a skyline in the foothills close to Pokhara. Extensive Himalayan views from Manaslu to Dhaulagiri with the Annapurna Massif and Fishtail on show.
Short, but very, very sweet. This mini-trek follows the ridge line that forms the rim of the Kathmandu Valley to classic view points from both Chisapani & Nagarkot before descending to medieval Bhaktapur. Extensive views of the Himalayan chain. Himalayan sunrises too.
Overnighting in the Annapurna Comfort Lodge, Kagbeni and the Thasang Village Comfort Lodge. Discover the Tibetan part of Nepal and the Kali Gandaki Valley.
No need to 'rough it' in basic teahouses to get views of Everest and trek in the land of the Sherpa. Walk along part of the Everest Base Camp trail, visit Thyangboche Monastery, explore Namche Bazaar, see Everest, Lhotse and Ama Dablam.
Hiking in style in the Annapurna region and overnighting at the highest standard of trekking lodges in this part of the Himalaya. All the great views of Annapurna, Fishtail and Hiunchuli along the same Modi Khola trails but with proper beds and private facilities every night.