Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty: Technical Challenging
  • Trip Style: Trekking and Tour
  • Transport: Private Vehicle / Bus / Aeroplane
  • Food: Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
  • Accommodation: Hotel + Tea House Lodge, and Camping
  • Group Size: 2
  • Max Elevation: 6091 m


  • Summit Pisang Peak (6,901m), one of the popular peaks, is allowed climbing by Nepal Government.
  • A perfect combination of mountain trekking and climbing.
  • Panoramic view of Mount Annapurna II, Lamjung Himal, Himlung, Manaslu, Khangaru, Gangapurna,and Tilicho Peak.
  • The picturesque trekking trail takes you through the world-famous Annapurna Circuit Trek.
  • Explore the beautiful Isolated Manang Valley.
  • Discover the highest frozen Ice Lake (Kicho Tal), at (4600 m) through one of the best side hikes from Manang Valley
  • Take a look at ancient Buddhist historical artifacts at the largest monastery of Braga.

Pisang peak climbing trip is a popular climbing in the famous Annapurna region that rewards its trekker with an adventure of climbing the famous Pisang Peak, among the trekking peak in Nepal. Pisang peak climbing provides an excellent opportunity to conquer Pisang Peak summits (6,091m), along with the jaw-dropping views of the Annapurna II (7,937 m/ 26,040 Ft), Annapurna IV (7,525 m/ 24,688 Ft), Lamjung Himal (6,983 m/ 22,910 Ft), Tilicho, and Mount Manaslu (8,163 m/ 26,781 Ft). Pisang peak climbing could be your gateway to the mountaineering world where you can experience the pleasure of mountain climbing with adventurous trekking through the stunning diverse landscape of Pisang village, charming Manang valley, ice lakes, and beautiful pine forest.

Our 15 days Pisang peak climbing journey starts with a 7-8 hours drive from Kathmandu Valley to Jagat. Before summiting the Pisang peak, you will pass through Pisang village and further trek to charming Manang valley for acclimatization which will help you to adjust to the change in the environment. While staying at Manang, a return trek from Manang Valley to the ice lake (Kicho Tal) will let you rejoice in the breathtaking scenery of the pristine ice lake. It is a demanding yet rewarding one of the best side treks in the Annapurna region. When returning from Manang via Ngawal village you will stay at upper Pisang (3,356 m) where you will meet your other climbing team member including the cook who is going to take care of your nutrition and protein diet at the top. Pisang peak climbing is an excellent opportunity to experience camping and enjoy eating self-cooked food. It is a fully guided and organized trek where you don’t have to worry about anything.

All in all, Pisang peak climbing is not just about climbing the Pisang peak, it is also about the stunning mountain landscapes, picturesque trekking trails and routes, friendly local people, charming small villages, and rich culture of local inhabitants. Join our expert team of Nepal Adventure Team. We had already opened our booking for 15 days of Pisang peak climbing in 2022.

About Pisang Peak (6,091 m/ 19,984 Ft)

Pisang Peak is an enchanting pyramid-shaped peak that lies above the Pisang village on the world-famous Annapurna circuit. At an elevation of (6,091 m/19984 Ft) heights, Pisang Peak is one of the popular peaks, listed by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and allowed to climb by the government of Nepal. It was first climbed in 1955 by the German expedition team. Due to the steeply sloped Pisang peak made up of ice rocks, it is a challenging climb that requires physical fitness and a certain amount of physical pain.

Pisang Peak Climbing in Annapurna Region.

Pisang Peak Climbing routes are connected with the world-famous Annapurna circuit trek; it is an adventurous journey that follows the famous and classical routes in the Annapurna region. The second most popular Annapurna region holds the famous Pisang peak which is above the Pisang village. You can see north from the Pisang village is Pisang Peak. Pisang peak climbing routes and trails will keep pushing you to move forwards into a vast stretch of nature that includes staggering Pisang Peaks itself and deep Manang Valley in the world-famous Annapurna Region. As we mentioned earlier, Pisang peak climbing routes take you through the trekking trail considered one of the best trekking trails in Nepal and also grab the opportunity to trek one of the best side hikes in Annapurna circuit trek which is a trek to Ice Lake (Kicho Tal) surrounded with majestic mount Annapurna vista, Tilicho peak, Gangapurna glaciers and other glaciers of Annapurna region.

The Annapurna region is also widely popular for Annapurna Circuit Trek and Nar Phu Valley and Kang La pass trek. You can easily extend your trek to do a combined Pisang peak climbing with other trekking packages based in Annapurna Region.

Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties?

Unarguably, Pisang peak climbing required a certain amount of physical fitness. It is not just a physically demanding trek; it also requires climbing technique and proper skill to handle the Ice Axe and ropes. Having said that Pisang peak climbing is not the hardest peak to climb but it is one of the technically hard-to-climb peaks. With the basic knowledge of walking with rope and crampons, an ice ax Pisang peak is achievable. There are two camps in the Pisang peak climbing route, one is the base camp which is set at (4380 m) and the second is a high camp set at (5400 m) which also plays a great role in acclimatization. Therefore, beginners in mountain climbing also can successfully achieve Pisang Peak.

Though Pisang peak climbing is hard, our expert on the Nepal Adventure Team will make your journey as smooth as it is possible. Additionally, by taking serious note of acclimatization, and dehydration, and maintaining a manageable pace, you can easily overcome the difficulties of Pisang peak climbing.

Best Time for Pisang Peak Climbing

Spring and autumn are the best time for Pisang peak climbing are from March to May (spring), and from September to November (autumn). During this time the crystal-clear views of mountains and stunning landscapes.

If you have the endurance level to cope with snow and ice, then climbing snowy mountain tops in winter is the best feeling you can experience through Pisang peak climbing. Due to the snowfall and slippery trail, climbing will be more challenging. In the monsoon, the view you achieve from the summit might be blurry so, climbing in the monsoon may be a bad idea but it is not impossible to climb Pisang Peak.

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Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu via respective airlines.
  • Day 02In Kathmandu sightseeing tour at places of interest.
  • Day 03Drive to Jagat (1,290 m) via Besishahar (800 m) - 08 hours.
  • Day 04Trek to Dharapani (1,920 m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 05Trek to Chame (2,670 m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 06Trek to Pisang (3,230 m) - 05 hours.
  • Day 07Trek to Manang (3450 m) 4/5 Hours
  • Day 08Manang Acllimatization Day (Ice Lake (4600m) Day Hike) 8/9 hours
  • Day 09Trek to Upper Pisang (3356 m) Via Ngawal Village (4573 m) 5/6 hours
  • Day 10Trek to Base Camp (4380 m) 4 hours
  • Day 11Trek to High Camp (5400 m) 2 hours
  • Day 12High Cam to Summit (6091 m) and trek back to Pisang Village
  • Day 13Drive back to besishahar (800 M) 4/5 Hours, by Local Jeep
  • Day 14Besishahar to Kathmandu (1350 m) 4/5 hours
  • Day 15International departure for homeward bound.
  • Day 01 Arrival in Kathmandu via respective airlines.

    On arrival at Kathmandu international airport terminal Nepal, Adventure Team staff and guide will receive you with a warm welcome and then transfer to respective hotels in the hub of Kathmandu around the interesting area of Thamel. After refreshment our guide/leader will brief with information regarding hotels, Nepali culture, tours and Pisang Peak Climb with welcome dinner in a typical Nepalese restaurant with folk cultural program.

    • Meals: Welcome Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 02 In Kathmandu sightseeing tour at places of interest.

    After breakfast, our city guide will take you on a half-day tour around Kathmandu at places of interest, as Kathmandu valley is steeped in ancient history and culture, full of world heritage sites and monuments, after an enjoyable and interesting time back to the hotel with afternoon free at leisure and preparation for Pisang Peak Climb.

    • Meals: Breakfast
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 03 Drive to Jagat (1,290 m) via Besishahar (800 m) - 08 hours.

    Morning with interesting and scenic long drive towards Nepal mid west, journey leads to Beshishar town then on the dirt road to Khudi, Bhulbhule and Ngadi following the Marsyangdi River upstream, the drive continues through rice terraces fields and villages to Syange, from here with a slow climb leaving the Marsyangdi River behind to reach first overnight stop at Jagat village, a farm village with many lodges for trekkers.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Besishahar
    • Altitude: 800 m
  • Day 04 Trek to Dharapani (1,920 m) - 05 hours.

    From Jagat village start the first walk of this trip on a gradual winding path to Chamje, and back at Marsyangdi River to crossing on the eastern bank and into a forested area, with superb views of Annapurna and Manaslu mountain ranges, as the walk advances on the wide path to a nice village of Tal Besi, Here for lunch break, and then another 2-3 hours walk leads at Dharapani village for overnight stop, Dharapani a nice village situated on the junction of Annapurna circuit and Manaslu trekking trail.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Dharapani
    • Altitude: 1920 m
  • Day 05 Trek to Chame (2,670 m) - 05 hours.

    After Dharapani walks along the wide winding trail into serene rhododendron and pine forest passing villages of Bagachap and Danque, then to Tamang village from here onwards into more Buddhist culture village with a grand view of Mt. Manaslu 8,163m / 26,781ft, from Timang village few hours trek leads to Koto and then to Chame town for an overnight stop, Chame a large and major town of Manang area and as well a headquarter of Manang district.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Chame
    • Altitude: 2670 m
  • Day 06 Trek to Pisang (3,230 m) - 05 hours.

    From here onwards the air gets cooler and fresh as the walk leads close to mountains, morning walk leads through enchanting alpine forests of rhododendron and pine trees, following the Marshyangdi River upstream with short ups and down hills to Bhratang village. From Bhratang village walk follows uphill through alpine woodland to Dhukure Pokhari a small place with few teahouses and lodge overlooking Chulu’s and Pisang peak, with a lunch break here, walk descends to lower Pisang village for an overnight stop.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Pisang
    • Altitude: 3230m
  • Day 07 Trek to Manang (3450 m) 4/5 Hours

    You begin your trek after breakfast towards the Manang valley from Pisang village. Generally, the Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary will take you to Upper Pisang or Pisang base Camp on day 7 but Nepal Adventure Team will lead you towards the Manang valley for better acclimatization purposes. This will help you summit the Pisang peak with full enthusiasm and full of energy. As you continue walking through the isolated trekking trail, the barren landscape of Manang Valley will let you experience a secluded journey into the remote terrains of Manang valley. In addition, during the trek, you can also visit the famous ancient historically important Braga monasteries where you can discover old and paintings and Buddhist historical artifacts. After some quality time at monasteries, you then continue your journey for about an hour. The cold and dry environment of Manang valley eventually let you know that you reach your today’s destination. overnight at Manang. 

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Manang
    • Altitude: 3450 m
  • Day 08 Manang Acllimatization Day (Ice Lake (4600m) Day Hike) 8/9 hours

    Today is the day set aside for acclimatization where you can laze around the Manang valley. If you are interested then you can have a great opportunity to do one of the best side treks of the Annapurna region, the ice lake (Kicho Tal) trek. Before the trek, you have to understand that it will be a challenging yet rewarding 8 to 9 hours of the trek where you can reach the highest frozen lakes in Nepal, which lies under the towering Chulu Peak. Before heading back to Manang valley you can capture the fascinated views of ice lakes on your camera. Overnight at Manang.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Manang
    • Altitude: 3450 m
  • Day 09 Trek to Upper Pisang (3356 m) Via Ngawal Village (4573 m) 5/6 hours

    Today, you will head towards the Upper Pisang Via beautiful Ngawal village. already mentioned before people tend to walk Upper Pisang from Pisang village but as you are returning from Manang, it takes you about 5 to 6 hours of walk to reach Upper Pisang. You will be walking through the narrow trails surrounded by Himalayan peaks and dense pine forest. During the trek, you will reach Ngawal Village where you will take lunch and continue your treks until you reach Upper Pisang. Overnight at Upper Pisang.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Upper Pisang
    • Altitude: 3356 m
  • Day 10 Trek to Base Camp (4380 m) 4 hours

    After warm breakfast, you will leave the small settlements of Upper Pisang and head north, through the zigzag trail, ascending and passing through the terrain fields and scattered woodlands. Continue walking through the pastures, known as Kharka in Nepal, which is used for grazing yaks, your team member will lookout for the most suitable camping area or flat grounds with a stunning view and will set up the camp. At last, you can take a have great experience of camping and cooking with few people in a secluded area. Overnight at a tented camp.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tent Camp
    • Place: Base Camp
    • Altitude: 4380 m
  • Day 11 Trek to High Camp (5400 m) 2 hours

    A short day but tough due to high altitude, morning walk follows a faint trail where few climbers and Yak herders hardly use this path to high camp, as the walk leads over rocks, ice, and glacier to reach the bottom of Pisang Peak where the high camp is set for the climb. Afternoon our guide will scout the area for a safe accessible route to the summit fixing ropes and making ice ledges where necessary, High Camp situated on a long ridge of Pisang Peak, under some conditions this area may be under snow, afternoon free to sort the gear with preparation for the early morning climb.

    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tent Camp
    • Place: High Camp
    • Altitude: 5400 m
  • Day 12 High Cam to Summit (6091 m) and trek back to Pisang Village
    Our target and Big Day! of this adventure starting before dawn climb over moraine and rubble of ice falls, following our lead guide reaching high above on a well-defined ridge towards last snow slope, leading quite steeply without any difficulty but with some technical sections and then climb all the way to Pisang summit with great help and support of our expert guide. On reaching the summit take a rest and admire the beautiful panorama of the whole Annapurna Mountains and towards north and west Chulu range with Damodar peaks as well beyond Chulu peaks, view of Manaslu towards the eastern horizon. After being in the highest spot of this adventure descent by the same route to base camp, as time permits and possible with physical strength after the climb descend all the way to Pisang village.
    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Pisang Village
    • Altitude: 3230 m
  • Day 13 Drive back to besishahar (800 M) 4/5 Hours, by Local Jeep
    Today, you will take a local jeep to Bisishahar from Pisang village. It takes you about 4/5 hours of the scenic drive where you can have an eye-pleasing view of green hills, charming villages, lush green forest, and an adventurous ride. Before leaving beautiful Pisang village it is time to say your farewell to your some of the Pisang Peak Climbing Team member. After arriving at small-town Besishahar, you can stay at your hotel reading a book or stroll around the market in the evening. Overnight at Besisahar.
    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
    • Accommodation: Tea/House Lodge
    • Place: Besishahar
    • Altitude: 800 m
  • Day 14 Besishahar to Kathmandu (1350 m) 4/5 hours
    After a warm breakfast, you will head back to Kathmandu, which means today is the day, you will leave the mountainous valley and end your trek. You will take a local bus from Besisahar to Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, you can have the pleasure of souvenir shopping for your family and loved ones. Thamel, a tourist hub of Nepal will be the best place for shopping. There will be a farewell dinner party hosted by the Nepal Adventure Team where you will be served a delicious meal in the evening where you will be celebrating the successful completion of your journey. You can also share your joy or the things you have experienced during the trek. Overnight at Kathmandu. 
    • Meals: Farewell Dinner
    • Accommodation: Hotel
    • Place: Kathmandu
    • Altitude: 1350 m
  • Day 15 International departure for homeward bound.
    Your last day in amazing Nepal as per international flight time our staff will transfer you to the international airport for your flight back home or to the next port of call after a great and remarkable adventure around Annapurna with Pisang Peak Climb with the grand service of Nepal Adventure Team its guides and staff.
    • Meals: Breakfast

What's Included


  • Airports pick up and drop by private vehicle
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at typical authentic Nepal restaurant and cultural program
  • 3 nights 3-star hotel accommodation on BB plan basis
  • Kathmandu to Bensishahar and Kathmandu by local bus
  • Bensishahar to Jagat and Pisang to Bensishahar by Local Jeep
  • 9 nights Tea/House lodge accommodation, and 2 nights tent camp
  • All meals during a trip like (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Tea/Coffee in a cup)
  • An experienced, English speaking, Nepal government licensed holder trek guide and, Climbing Guide, Porter, and cook during camping at base camp and high camp
  • All staff salary, food, climbing gear, trekking types of equipment, transportation, and insurance
  • Trekking peak climbing permit and fee
  • ACAP (Annapurna Conversation Area Project) permit
  • TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System) Permit
  • Climbing Gear rope, best quality tents, and kitchen utensils for camping
  • Seasonal fruits and salads during trekking and camping
  • Optional supply: Down jacket, duffel bag, and sleeping bag (to be returned afterward)
  • NAT company T-shirt, trekking route maps, and appreciation certificate
  • All first aid medical kit bag and medicine
  • All Nepal government VAT, and Local Taxes


  • Nepal visa fees, International flight
  • Extra accommodation and meals behind schedule
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Tips to guide and porter


Useful Information

Passport and Visa

All foreign nationals, except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. Getting a visa must be the easiest one though. You just have to go to the Nepalese Embassy/consulate in your country or it can also be obtained upon your arrival at Kathmandu International Airport. To get a visa, you need to bring 2 pp size photos, visa fees, and a valid passport.
Tourist Visa Fees: 3 days transit visa - Free of Cost

15 Days – 30 USD

30 Days – 50 USD

90 Days – 125 USD

For more information, please contact the Department of Immigration.
Kalikasthan, Kathmandu
Tel: 00977-1- 4429660 | 4438862 | 4438868 | 4433934
E-mail: [email protected].

Food and Drinks

Pisang Peak Climbing’s food menu offers a variety of standard western food to the basic local food in the foothills of mountain peaks. Your food journey begins with excellent Nepali cuisine at a welcome dinner party. During your stay in Kathmandu, breakfast (only) will be provided. While trekking, all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) will be served during the trek and climb. You will be trying delicious food in Nepal such as the famous DaalBhaatTarkari, composed of white rice (Bhat), and lentils (Daal), and a mixture of green vegetables curry with Pickles, local wheat bread, a variety of soups, and many more. Moreover, when you are climbing Pisang Peak, a hygienic meal high in protein will be provided where you can also observe cooking camp meals at top of the mountain.

However, for the beverage section, we will provide three cups of black tea during the trek whereas milk tea is not available for your own benefit, and for coffee, and bottled mineral water during the trek, you have to pay from your personal expenses including alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, and snacks.

Pisang Peak Climbing Permit

Located in the Annapurna Region of Nepal Pisang Peak Climbing offers an excellent journey where you can taste the real joy of mountaineering and trekking at once. With the basic knowledge of climbing, you can summit Pisang Peak. But before summiting Pisang Peak, you need to grab special permits to climb.

Let's look at the three types of permits which are listed down below:

ACAP permit (Annapurna Conservation Area Project)

TIMS Card (Trekkers Information Management System) 

Pisang Peak Climbing Permit

Note: the cost of the Pisang Peak Climbing Permit is varying from based on the time of year.

Lodge and Accommodation

You'll be staying in the deluxe 3-star hotel (3 nights) in Kathmandu on a BB plan basis. During the trek, all accommodation on the mountain will be at a standard Teahouse lodge (8 nights), and for 2 nights you will set up a tent when climbing the Pisang Peak. However, all accommodation is on a twin-shared basis where toilets and bathrooms need to be shared in some teahouses during the trek. Please note that a single room will be also available on your special request at an extra charge. All in all, we will ensure you that we will accommodate you at the best tea house lodge during the trek.

High Altitude and Acclimatization

Pisang Peak Climbing is at an altitude of (6091m), and with such high altitudes, even a physically fit person may have acute mountain sickness (AMS). If you are wondering what is Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), and then it is a condition that occurs when you travel at a high altitude where you have a lower oxygen level and decreased air pressure and you don’t have enough time to adjust to the situation, as a result, you may experience dizziness, headache, muscle aches, nausea, and vomiting. Sometimes in severe cases, it can be life-threatening.

Therefore, we design our Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary in a way that will avoid directly climbing Pisang Peak which is going to help you with acclimatization. We will head towards the Manag Valley from Pisang Village instead of Upper Pisang to Climb Pisang Peak which not only helps you with acclimatization but gives you the chance to trek the best side trek to Ice Lake (Kicho Lake). With proper acclimatization, you can easily reduce the chances of getting AMS. Moreover, our professional trek leader will make sure that you are drinking enough water as well as taking homemade remedy garlic soup which plays an important role avoid AMS. Other than that, your basic first aid trained and qualified leader will be carrying all the essential first aid kits during the trek, if you have any kind of trouble with mountain sickness or, any medical emergency situation your leader will act accordingly to help and guide you safely through the mountains.


We, Nepal Adventure Team provide you with all the necessary transportation for your trek. All ground transportation including airport pick-up and departure transportation services will be available. Not only that we provide private vehicles during the sightseeing tour around Kathmandu valley.

Guide and Staff

Nepal Adventure Team provides highly qualified Guides and Porters. Our fully trained, experienced, and licensed holders guides and staff will make sure that you have a memorable and pleasant journey. We also ensure you that they have undergone a whole lot of training to make themselves useful in various situations. They had a decade of experience which helps to overcome any unforeseen circumstance that happens during the trek. Besides that, we also have fully equipped porters with the gear they need as per the company policy. They are always insured and completely looked after by Nepal Adventure Team. During the Pisang Peak Climbing, we allow a maximum weight of 25kg to be carried by one porter. Your team leader will be accompanied you throughout the trek. When you are at Upper Pisang, you will meet your other climbing team members who include 1 experienced, helpful, and friendly climbing guide, 1 cook, and a porter (1 porter for 2 people). We believe that Guides and staff are the backbone of our company. Therefore, we always make sure they are well-paid and well-treated.

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is a must when you travel abroad. Therefore before you come to Nepal, please make sure you have your insurance documents with you since our insurance companies cannot insure foreign nationals. Because of the reason that they cover all the expenses if you face some unfortunate happenings and you have to be rescued or medically assisted during the trip or if your belongings are lost or stolen.

Solo Travellers

We have arranged for a single traveler to pay for a single trip only. He has to share the accommodation with other people of the same sex though while he can also join the other groups.

Health and Fitness Required

No previous experience is required since it's a moderate trek. But you being a healthy person, physically and mentally is very important. It is better if we prepare ourselves a few days/weeks prior to the start of the trek by jogging and running regularly since will be walking a lot of ups and downs in the hills, ridges, villages, and mountains. Participants with pre-existing medical conditions should inform us beforehand.

First Aid Kit/High Altitude Sickness

Nepal Adventure Team strongly suggests that you have your own personal first aid or medical kit. This trip takes you to some high altitudes though not much but the slow walks and regular stops between the walks will help you acclimatize to high altitude saving you from the high altitude sickness called AMS(acute mountain sickness). Gaining altitude without proper consideration of AMS is fatal.

Your Guide and Porter

Since mountain trekking takes you to remote places over high altitudes, the leader should have a piece of significant knowledge in the field so that he can wonderfully and safely lead you there clearing any obstacles on the way. We, Nepal Adventure Team can proudly say that our guides are highly qualified for the role. They are fully trained, experienced, and licensed. They have undergone a whole lot of training to make themselves useful in various situations and to make your journey a smooth and pleasant one.
Our porters are always fully equipped with the gears they need and as per the company policy, they are always insured and completely looked after. They are our backbone. We allow a maximum weight of 25 kg to be carried by one porter. We make sure that they are well-paid and well-treated.

Equipment and Packing Lists

After booking with Nepal Adventure Team, please pack the necessary items as listed:

  • Travel documents: passport, visa (if you have one), travel insurance, air tickets, voucher, passport photo (x 2)
  • Bank cards or credit cards, travelers' cheques, etc
  • Comfortable boots and runners/sports shoes.
  • 6-8 pairs of socks woolen/cotton.
  • Fleece jacket, Down / Duvet Jacket, and Rain / windproof jacket.
  • Gloves- 2 pairs.
  • T-shirts 4-6 pcs, shirts(woolen/cotton).
  • A cap for the day and a woolen hat or Balaclava for evening/morning wear.
  • Trousers.
  • Short and tracksuits.
  • Sleeping bag (4 seasons) with inner liner.
  • Large and small towels.
  • Toiletries.
  • Water bottle.
  • Sun /snow glass.
  • Ski / walking poles(optional but useful).
  • First Aid/medical kit.
  • Rucksack/backpack.
  • Duffel Bags(carried by porters or animals).
  • Torch / Flashlights with spare batteries.
  • Pen knife/ Swiss knife.
  • Scarf/mask (for dust and wind).
  • Personal hygiene stuff.
  • Any other extras you feel are necessary like binoculars, cameras, books, journals, and more.

Precautionary Note:

Trekking has been long established in Nepal, so the itineraries are modified and moderated in such a way that you can take it easy and slow. DO NOT RUSH AND ENJOY. There is plenty of time and the guide will keep track of you all the time. It might be a bit harder or a bit colder but you will get used to it.

Additional Money

Every traveler is different and they spend their own way. Some spend on food and drinks while others on souvenirs. Either way, consider your own spending habits and also tipping, emergency fund ($200), etc before you pack up and leave.

Trip Specific Safety

Your guide is always there for your safety concerns and looking after your valuables. But you have to be equally careful. Carry some sort of wallet or belt for your important documents and money. The hotels have a safety deposit box where the lock is recommended before passing the luggage.

A Couple of Rules

Possession or use of any illegal drugs is totally intolerable. It is because of the law that respects the local people and their culture. The group will be expelled in such a case.

Responsible Tourism

Nepal Adventure Team strongly believes that we all are equally responsible to act in favor of the local people and the surrounding environment. Our clients too have an important role to

  • Respect the local laws, customs, and beliefs
  • Always ask for permission before doing something locally or consult the leader
  • Keep the area the same as you found it, wherever you go, and dispose of rubbish
  • Support local skills to encourage positive sides of tourism.

Feedback and Reviews

This is very very important for us. After your travel, we want your feedback whether it is good or bad since that's the way we can thrive further. To motivate you to finish the review or feedback online, we are going to give you an 8% discount on your next trip with us. Outstanding, ain't it?

Additional Information

For all the additional information, go to Contact Us or send a message and call directly to Mr. Jeevan Thapa Magar +977 9851234322 (Viber/WhatsApp) 

Client Reviews

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    Rating Review by: Kelly, Australia

    Kudos! We’ll be meeting again soon

    Me and my brother, Tom planned a 22-day journey to Nepal to climb Pisang Peak. We were super excited from the very first day. The guides and trip manager, Jeevan, were very kind and helpful. Their entire team seemed very experienced. Even in the peak season in Annapurna Region, we got to have comfortable beds and hot meals. The Annapurna Massif and Manaslu ranges were so close that the views have been imprinted on my memory. We also got to communicate with the lovely people of Pisang village. In the end, our flight was delayed a day due to bad weather. However, Jeevan suggested that we visit some temples and world heritage sites in Kathmandu Valley which was a nice idea. We really had a great time with Nepal Adventure Team and we cannot thank them enough for it. Kudos! We’ll be meeting again soon.

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    Rating Review by: Mark Jr., Austria

    Journey of a lifetime!

    From the moment we set foot on the trail, every step was filled with anticipation and excitement. The climb itself was demanding but achievable, thanks to the expertise of our guides who navigated us through the rugged terrain with ease. The panoramic views from the summit were simply breathtaking, making all the effort worthwhile.

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    Rating Review by: Robert, United States

    It Was More Than Adventurous Peak Climbing Thanks NAT

    I’m an avid mountaineer from Colorado. I had heard that Nepal is a beautiful country and is best for peak climbing. The first thing I did was asked my trip advisor here in Sweden to connect me with a travel agency in Nepal. As a response, I went on to communicate with Nepal Adventure Team’s owner, Jeevan. This guy is very genuine, fun, and informative. He and his team responded to all of my queries and made it very comfortable for the climb to Pisang Peak. Since I was climbing alone, I took a porter with me who was very helpful and nice. I also bonded with the guide very well. The climb was challenging but was made easy by the constant support and guidance of the Nepal Adventure Team. I am very thankful to the team to have left with lusts of fun and adventurous memories. I’ll be coming back to Nepal again and will surely contact the same travel agency.