One of the leading trekking agency in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal with Natraj Trekking

Trekking in Nepal




Take a trekking holiday in NEPAL with Natraj Trekking, one of the world’s leading adventure travel companies.

Nepal-“One of the world’s most extraordinary countries, a geographical wonder and ethnological crossroads. Nepal is a landlocked country located in Southern Asia, bordered by Tibet in the north and India in the south. The landscape is made up of the Terai or flat river plain of the Ganges in south, the central hill region and the rugged Himalayas in north. Nepal’s population is estimated to be 27,676,547 (July 2005). The Nepalese people mainly follow the Hindu religion (80.6%) followed by Buddhism (10.7%) and then Muslim (4.2%) the remaining population follows minority religions.  Nepal is best known for the world’s greatest mountain range – the Himalaya, which consumes most of the land that falls within its border. Nepal boasts eight of world’s 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest – the world’s tallest peak.

Natraj Trekking has been organizing the finest treks in Nepal, small group adventure trekking and tours more than 3 decades. Natraj Trekking  unrivalled Nepal trekking & touring itineraries reflect our long experience in Nepal, offering guided treks ranging from introductory to challenging as well as a respected mountaineering program. It is the environmentally friendly and sustainable practices used on all our Nepal itineraries that underpin the success of our Nepal adventure holidays.

Since we started in the early 1970s we have always strived to keep our environmental footprint as small as possible and to give back to the many villages we pass through on our trekking itineraries. Today we still embrace this responsible travel approach when devising and operating our small group travel holiday experiences in Nepal.

We are pleased to invite you to trek in Nepal with us.


Anil Blon 
Natraj Trekking 


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This entry was posted on May 31, 2014 by in Trekking and tagged , , , .


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