Meals are included on all of our treks and for this reason we are often asked what type of food will be served. We don’t choose your food, you will decide what to eat for your breakfast, lunch and dinner from the menu in each lodge. The food options along …read more
It’s impossible to be bored in Kathmandu, a day wandering around the streets is guaranteed to be an experience in itself Asan Market: Take a 20 minute walk from the relatively peaceful tourist district of Thamel to Asan Markets. This market place is a feast for the senses, it’s bustling …read more
Things can take a turn for the worse quickly in the Himalayas, this is why you need to surround yourself with a competent and professional team who will always put your safety first. On a recent group trek to Everest Base Camp, our team came across a woman who was …read more
Choosing the right trek with the right company is crucial to the overall experience that you will have. If you are researching treks to Everest Base Camp, you will find thousands of companies offering you the very same trek at vastly different prices. This can be very confusing and raises …read more
My experience with WHOA group. Since connecting with Women High on Adventure Travel (WHOA) group a year ago it was finally now and finally time to connect face to face in Nepal Himalayas. There has never been so many interesting women together in my life traveling to Everest Base Camp …read more
This expedition is the very first of its kind. Hosted by Som Tamang, this inspiring expedition is the brain child of Sandra Carter from Colorado USA.
Take on Nepal is absolutely committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations. We’re very humbled and proud of the testimonials our guests provide.
The tiny plane soared up into the air and below us we saw incredible views of Kathmandu, it didn’t take long before we were flying over and amongst the mountains.
We’d like to thank everyone who particpated in the disaster relief program. Your help and assistance was appreciated, by us and by the people of Batase and Nepal.
Trekking to Everest Base Camp is a mental and physical challenge, and the more prepared you are, the more enjoyable it will be for you. Training for your Everest Base Camp Trek should commence 10-12 weeks prior to departure. A successful trek will be greatly assisted by proper preparation. The …read more
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