All Inclusive Everest Base Camp Treks
“Take On Nepal is truly an incredible organization. Along with empowering boys and girls to provide themselves with a better future, the company also doubles as trekking consultants – providing the same young men and women whom gained an education through Take On Nepal, the opportunity to use their well earned language and social skills to guide clients and volunteers through the Himalayas.
“I had the unbelievable pleasure of participating in the July volunteer program, as well as trek through Sagarmatha National Park’s Three Passes and up to Everest Base Camp for 17 days. A huge majority of my trek was spent in the company of a lovely young lady named Phulmaya Tamang, whom was born, raised, and later educated in Batase Village, the grassroots home of Take On Nepal.”
— Britt Ferguson (August 2016)
Are you wary of the big, soulless multi-nationals that seem to dominate the adventure holiday scene? Look no further. Take on Nepal are a small Australian company founded two years ago by Nepali born Som Tamang and his Irish wife Susan Devitt. We have deep roots in the mountain communities of Nepal, and all the local knowledge required to give you the experience you crave.
If you’re looking to explore any of the popular trekking routes such as Everest Base Camp, Annapurna, or the Three Passes, one of our treks is sure to appeal. Want to go off the beaten track, or don’t feel quite up to Everest? Our Langtang treks are designed just for you.
Everest Base Camp Trek (14 Days)
Trek to Everest Base Camp with us.
14 Days — AUS $1,840 | US $1,330
Everest View Trek (7 Days)
Take in the View of Everest
7 Days — AUS $1,290 | US $930
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Take on Nepal. Take on hope. Take on love. Take on passion and determination. These were the unforgettable, irreplaceable and absolutely, breathtakingly beautiful 21 days of my life. During my trek to Batase Village, I asked my beautiful Nepali sister who was carrying...