40 years experienced trekking & tour company
Exodus Nepal is one of the leading trekking companies registered under the Government of Nepal. Our company has 40 years’ experience of providing memorable trekking and mountaineering experiences for clients from all over the World.
Whether you want day walks from Kathmandu or Pokhara, short treks in the foothills, more demanding 8-14 day circuit or ‘base camp’ treks, or even more adventurous treks including a thrilling summit attempt (and yes we do have leaders who have taken clients to the summit of Everest), we can provide the support team you need. We will organize fully supported camping treks or ‘tea house treks’ using our network of well-equipped mountain lodges.
|Trip Name||Start Date||End Date||Price||Status||Bookings||Book here|
|Annapurna Base Camp||10 March 2018||24 March 2018||US $ 1000||Available||
|Everest Base Camp||10 March 2018||24 March 2018||US $1200||Available||
Nepal’s rich cultural, historical and architectural heritage makes it the ideal destination for those who wish to take a journey back in time and explore its mystical ancient past. Sacred Hindu and Buddhist sites of pilgrimage dot every conceivable corner. The birthplace of Buddha and home to the highest mountain in the world makes it […]... View Details
Literally, the word ‘trekking’ refers to gentle walk along Himalayan trails that has been appreciated by all as the most happening open – air activity. But we can found that trekking has been discovered as the soul cleansing accomplishment desired by anyone who welcomes nature. Level of difficulty depends largely upon where, when and how […]... View Details
A very big thank you to Karma & Dawa for making our trip to Nepal such a great experience. From the moment we touched down in Kathmandu everything was brilliantly organized. All of the logistics for the walk in and climb of Chulu Far East ran smoothly, the Sherpa team were great and looked after us very well and with great humour. Transport all ran smoothly which was very impressive given the fuel crisis at the time. The quality of accommodation was also good with the best guest houses chosen for the trekking stages.