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Himalayan Magic Treks (P) Ltd’ Registered under Ministry of Industry associated with NTB, TAAN, KEEP, and NMA is Nature friendly trekking company. Support on the Himalayan homeland of Nepal located at the central capital city of Nepal Providing you the best quality of services to explore Himalayas of Nepal, other magnificent beauties  through trekking, Mountaineering, peak climbing, hiking, sightseeing, wildlife adventure tour, walking in the Himalayas with atmosphere of exciting sports. 
The Himalayan Magic Treks is established in the collaborations of two tour leaders working in this field since long time having high experience, quality and comprehended skills. Who are concerned with the place you travel and your satisfaction along with your security.
Himalayan Magic Treks presents way in to one of the world’s highest peaks, traditions, culture, Climbing, Hiking, Jungle Safari, River rafting, unexplored areas, divine places and educational tour, other priority you demand.
We provide our best trained group like our leaders, guide, cook, assistance guide, assistance cook, potter and other members as required based on your choice of trek i.e. Camping or teahouse’ all the way from every corner of Nepal having different understanding of Nepal and culture.
Himalayan Magic Treks reacts positively to ongoing global warming and take environment as the best friend of man. So, we clear all the unwanted materials that we carry throughout our tour and aware all the people of remote areas to maintain Natural Beauties.

Our commitment to guest satisfaction goes beyond offering information; we are dedicated to addressing any health and safety concerns. Our guides are well-trained in mountain safety and first aid, possessing in-depth knowledge of each route. We take pride in showcasing the beauty of the Himalayas, featuring the majestic Mt. Everest at 8848 m. Beyond the peaks, the journey is awe-inspiring, with a backdrop of divine nature, diverse flora and fauna, and encounters with local wildlife. The serene ambiance and pristine air enhance the overall experience, offering a glimpse into different cultures and interactions with warm-hearted locals. Join the mile-high club of adventure enthusiasts, savoring delicious food and comfortable accommodation throughout your journey.

Discover the Himalayan Magic Treks difference – where adventure meets excellence, and every step is a testament to our commitment to your extraordinary travel experience. Let's plan your next adventure together, traversing the breathtaking landscapes of Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.

Geographical of Nepal

Nepal, boasting a roughly trapezoidal shape, stretches 800 kilometers (497 mi) in length and 200 kilometers (124 mi) in width, covering an expansive area of 147,181 sq.km (56,827 sq mi). Positioned at Latitude 26°12' to 30°27' North and Longitude 80°4' to 88°12' East, Nepal operates on a unique Time Zone, being 5 hours and 45 minutes ahead of GMT (+5.45).

The topography of Nepal is commonly categorized into three distinct physiographic regions: the Mountain, Hill, and Terai Regions. These ecological belts traverse the country from east to west and are intersected vertically by major rivers flowing from north to south. The Terai, situated in the southern lowland plains bordering India, forms part of the northern edge of the Indo-Gangetic plains. These plains have been shaped and nourished by three significant Himalayan rivers: the Kosi, the Narayani, and the Karnali, along with smaller rivers originating below the permanent snowline. Exhibiting a subtropical to tropical climate, this region is marked by fertile lands.

The outermost range of foothills, known as the Shiwalik or Churia Range, reaches elevations ranging from 700 to 1,000 meters (2,297 to 3,281 ft) and signifies the boundary of the Gangetic Plain. However, expansive, low valleys called Inner Tarai are situated to the north of these foothills in various locations, enhancing the geographical diversity of Nepal. Explore the rich landscapes of Nepal as we take you on an unforgettable journey through its distinct ecological regions.

Climate of Nepal

Nepal's diverse geography gives rise to five distinct climatic zones, each closely linked to specific altitudes. These zones include the tropical and subtropical zones, below 1,200 meters (3,937 ft); the temperate zone, ranging from 1,200 to 2,400 meters (3,937 to 7,874 ft); the cold zone, spanning 2,400 to 3,600 meters (7,874 to 11,811 ft); the subarctic zone, extending from 3,600 to 4,400 meters (11,811 to 14,436 ft); and the Arctic zone, situated above 4,400 meters (14,436 ft).

Nepal's climate is characterized by five distinct seasons: summer, monsoon, autumn, winter, and spring. The Himalayas play a crucial role, blocking cold winds from Central Asia during winter and establishing the northern boundary for the monsoon wind patterns. Despite its once-thick forest cover, deforestation has become a significant issue across all regions, leading to erosion and ecosystem degradation.

The country experiences four major seasons:

  • Winter (December-February)
  • Spring (March-May)
  • Summer (June-August)
  • Autumn (September-November)

Each season unfolds with its unique charm, offering visitors a diverse range of experiences. Explore the dynamic climate of Nepal as we guide you through the distinct beauty of each season.
Linguistic Diversity in Nepal

Nepal boasts a rich linguistic tapestry shaped by four major language groups: Indo-Aryan, Tibeto-Burman, Mongolian, and various indigenous language isolates. The primary languages spoken in Nepal, along with their respective percentages as mother tongues, include Nepali (48.61%), Maithili (12.30%), Bhojpuri (7.53%), Tharu (5.86%), Tamang (5.19%), Newari/Nepal Bhasa (3.63%), Magar (3.39%), Awadhi (2.47%), Rai (2.79%), Limbu (1.47%), and Bajjika (1.05%). Additionally, there are other languages accounting for 5.71% of the linguistic landscape.

Nepali, with roots in Sanskrit and written in the Devanagari script, is the official national language of Nepal. It acts as a lingua franca, fostering communication among individuals from diverse ethno-linguistic backgrounds. Dialects of Tibetan are prevalent in the higher Himalayan region, with standard literary Tibetan widely understood by those with religious education. Local dialects in the Terai and hills are predominantly unwritten, although ongoing efforts aim to develop writing systems, utilizing Devanagari or the Roman alphabet.

Nepal's population stands at 28,901,790, encompassing more than 103 ethnic groups and a remarkable array of 93 spoken languages. Despite this linguistic diversity, the national language remains Nepali, serving as a unifying force in this culturally vibrant nation. Explore the fascinating linguistic mosaic of Nepal as we delve into the unique nuances of its diverse languages.

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is an unparalleled adventure, a destination renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and towering mountains, including the world-famous Mount Everest. Nepal stands out as the ultimate trekking paradise, offering a harmonious blend of awe-inspiring nature, diverse wildlife, and panoramic views of the mythical Himalayas.
Nepal's trekking trails are often considered the best in the world, attracting adventurers from across the globe. The country's tourism industry is well-equipped to cater to various trekking styles and preferences. Whether you're a meticulous planner arranging an elaborate expedition to remote and lofty terrains or a spontaneous traveler landing in Kathmandu without set plans, Nepal welcomes you to hit the trails promptly.

Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of Nepal, where every step unveils a new spectacle. From the majestic peaks to the vibrant local culture, trekking in Nepal promises an unforgettable experience. Join the ranks of global explorers who choose Nepal as their trekking haven and discover the magic of this Himalayan wonderland.

Explore the diverse world of trekking in Nepal, where various trekking styles cater to different preferences and levels of adventure. Among the types of trekking available, two prominent options stand out:

  • Tea House / Lodge Trekking: A cost-effective and popular choice for trekkers, Tea House / Lodge Trekking allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of Nepal while enjoying affordable accommodations and meals at Tea Houses along the route. These Tea Houses are strategically located along many trails, offering simple and basic local meals. While some accommodations may be more rustic than others, staying at a Tea House provides an excellent opportunity to connect with local culture. This style of trekking is ideal for those who prefer not to carry their own food and camping gear. You can experience Tea House Trekking on renowned trails like Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Helambu Valley Trek, and Mustang Trek.

  • Camping / Organized Trekking: Considered the classic style of trekking in Nepal, Camping / Organized Trekking provides a fully supported adventure experience throughout the country. A dedicated team of guides, cooks, Sherpas, and porters accompany you, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable journey. All essential trekking gear, including food and fuel, is carried by the porters. The cook prepares meals during the camping trek, allowing trekkers to carry only a small day pack. Tents for dining, sleeping, and ablution are set up at night, complete with mattresses, sleeping bags, tables, and seating. A Sirdar (chief guide) oversees the entire program, including pre-arrangements. This style of trekking covers regions and routes such as Dolpo Trekking, Kanchenjunga Trekking, Rolwaling Trek, Makalu Sherpani Col Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, and Manaslu Tsum Valley Trekking, offering an immersive camping experience in the heart of Nepal's stunning landscapes. All logistical aspects, including land transportation, local permits, taxes, porter insurance, port dues, and entrance fees to National Parks or sites, are efficiently arranged for your convenience.Choose your preferred trekking style and embark on an unforgettable journey through the picturesque landscapes of Nepal.

"Your Safety, Enjoyment, and Adventures Are Our Top Priorities"

  • Collaborating with us allows you to tailor a tour that not only aligns with your budget but also maximizes your cultural experience. At Himalayan Magic Treks, we take care of all the details to ensure your comfort, providing professional mountain guides and porters who are dedicated to making your journey memorable.
  • For 2024, Himalayan Magic Treks proudly presents comprehensive Nepal tour packages designed to suit your preferences. Our offerings are not one-size-fits-all – we specialize in customizing tours based on your specific requirements. Whether you have a particular region in mind or are open to exploration, we've got you covered.
  • Join our group treks, peak climbing expeditions, and city tours in Nepal and Tibet. Experience the warmth of tea house trekking in renowned areas across Nepal, excluding Dolpo and other remote parts. Immerse yourself in the culture and landscapes with the convenience of tea house accommodations.
  • For those seeking a more immersive and challenging adventure, we offer fully serviced camping experiences for both small and large groups. Explore remote areas of Nepal with our team of experts, ensuring safety and enjoyment throughout your camping trek.
  • Take your trekking experience to new heights by conquering designated peaks, providing a physically challenging and rewarding adventure. Our professional guides and support staff are committed to making every step of your journey safe, enjoyable, and filled with excitement.
  • Discover the beauty of Nepal with Himalayan Magic Treks – where safety, enjoyment, and adventure converge to create an unforgettable travel experience.