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Rolwaling Trekking – Rolwaling Valley Trekking

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  • Group Size: 2 +
  • Maximum altitude: 5,755m
  • Grade Info: Moderate + Strenuous
  • Total Days: 18 days
  • Walking Hour: Apprx 6-7 hrs/day

The Rolwaling Trekking is a great adventure in the remote Rolwaling Valley. The trek takes you to the magical landscapes of the Himalayan region of Nepal. We also visit the gorgeous turquoise Tsho Rolpa lake (4580m) lying between the Everest and Langtang mountain ranges.

Rolwaling Valley is widely considered to be one of the seven hidden valleys in the region. Some local people have also spotted the mythical creature Yeti in the valley. You will pass through the beautiful terraced farmed hills, Himalayan rivers, mani walls, green forests, and pristine waterfalls during the trek.

Moreover, the views of the magnificent mountains, including Mt. Everest (8848m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Gauri Shankar (7145m), Melungtse (7181m) and others will spellbind you. The trails also pass through the beautiful landscapes of pristine glaciers, high mountain passes, and serene waterfalls. The Rolwaling Trekking itinerary is well marked, and you can acclimatize and explore around at your own pace.

Furthermore, trekkers need to trek along the rugged path for around 6-8 hours in a stretch. A basic training routine will help you gain proper fitness and stamina. The Rolwaling valley trekking itinerary also provides you with an opportunity to explore the culture and heritage of the local community. The incredible hospitality and the warm welcome of the Nepalese people will melt your heart.

This exciting trek is available at a reasonable cost. Read further to know more about the Rolwaling Trekking itinerary and other relevant information in detail.

Highlights of the Trip

  • Breathtaking views of Everest (8848m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Gauri Shankar (7145m), Melungtse (7181m), and other snow capped mountains
  • Exploring the beautiful turquoise Tsho Rolpa Lake (4580m)
  • Incredible view of the sunrise from various points during the trek
  • An opportunity to explore the unique Tibetan culture, tradition, and way of life
  • Spotting rare and endangered wildlife of the region
  • Tasting the local cuisine along with the teahouses
  • Cultural exploration of the various Nunneries, Gompas and other ancient monasteries
  • Observing the pristine glaciers, high mountain pass, and serene waterfalls
  • Incredible hospitality and the warm welcome of the local people

When is the Best Time for Rolwaling Trekking?

The Autumn months from September to November and the Spring months from March to May are the ideal time for the Rolwaling Valley Trekking. The environment remains stable with less rainfall in these seasons.

Autumn (September-November)

The Autumn months from September to November are ideal for Rolwaling Trekking. The moderate temperatures in the daytime make it suitable for hiking. There is minimal rainfall and snowfall in the Autumn season. Autumn is also an excellent time for the cultural exploration of the region as many festivals like Dashain, and Tihar fall in these months.

Spring (March-May)

The Spring months from March to May is another exciting time for trekking in the Rolwaling Valley region. The wildflowers like Rhododendron, bloom all over the hills turning the hills of the area into a colourful garden. Besides that, you can experience the beautiful weather and atmosphere along the trail.

Moreover, there are many challenges along the trek in the monsoon season including the chances of a heavy rainfall and slippery, leech-infested trails. There are also risks of avalanches and landslides in the region. Winter season brings heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures in the area. Hence, the Autumn and the Spring season are the best time for Rolwaling Valley trekking.

 18 Days Rolwaling Trekking Altitude Chart

Rolwaling Trekking - Rolwaling Valley Trekking

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Dolakha (1350m) by Jeep or bus (6 to 7 hours).
Day 02: Trek from Dolakha to Shigati(950m; 4/5 hrs drive)
Day 03: Trek from Shigati to Jagat (1440m; 5/6 hrs trek)
Day 04: Trek from Jagat to Simigaon (2020m; 5 hrs trek)
Day 05: Trek Simigaon to Daldung La (3976m; 6 hrs trek)
Day 06: Trek from Daldung la to Beding (3690m; 4 hrs trek)
Day 07: Rest Day at Beding
Day 08: Beding to Na (4180m; 5 hrs trek)
Day 09: Rest Day at Na for preparation for Ramdung Go (5930m.)
Day 10: Trek from Merek to Shersong (4660m; 5/6 hrs trek)
Day 11: Na to Tso Rolpa Lake (4540m; 7 hrs trek)
Day 12: Trek from Tso Rolpa to Trakarding Glacier (4800m; 7 hrs trek)
Day 13: Trek from Trakarding Glacier to Tashi Lapcha Phedi Camp (5755m; 7 hrs trek)
Day 14: Tashi Lapcha Phedi to Tashi Lapcha Pass to Tashi Cape (5755m; 7 hrs drive)
Day 15: Tashi Cape to Thyomgbo(4350m; 7 hrs trek)
Day 16: Thyomgbo to Thame (3820m; 6/7 hrs trek)
Day 17: Thame to Namche Bazaar (3440m; 6/7 hrs trek)
Day 18: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla fly to Kahtmandu for Next day (2886 m; 5/6 hrs trek; 35 mins flight)

Rolwaling Trek Itinerary in Detail

Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Dolakha (1350m) by Jeep or bus

Maximum altitude: 1350m

Drive duration: 6-7 hours

We start our Rolwaling trekking journey with a drive from Kathmandu to Dolakha by jeep or bus. The journey takes around 6-7 hours to complete on a scenic hilly road. We have our lunch and continue our drive observing the incredible vista of snow-capped mountains in the background.

The highway passes alongside the TamaKoshi River as we observe the majestic Mt. Gaurishankar (7134m). We can enjoy the pristine Bhote Koshi and Sun Koshi rivers while passing through the Araniko Highway. We will stay overnight at a lodge after arriving at Dolakha.

Day 02: Trek from Dolakha to Shigati (950m)

Maximum altitude: 1350m

Trek duration: 4-5 hours

We will start our trek from Dolakha to Shigati (950m) via Piguti (920m) which takes us around almost three and a half hours. We pass through the gravel road trail until we arrive at our destination. The trails pass through several water streams and forests of Orchid and Rhododendron trees. After arriving at our destination, we rest and stay overnight at a lodge in Shigati.

Day 03: Trek from Shigati to Jagat(1440m)

Maximum altitude: 1440m

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

After having breakfast at the lodge, we start our trek from Shigati to Jagat. The trail takes us on a narrow path alongside the pristine Tama Koshi River. We pass through the suspension bridge and take an uphill climb along the route. We will then arrive at the famous Suri Dhoban.

Moreover, Suri Dobhan is an incredible viewpoint to observe the beautiful Gaurishankar (7134m). The trails then pass through various Mani stones and prayer wheels before arriving at Manthali village. We will continue our trek along the riverbank for a few hours, to arrive at Jagat. We will stay overnight at a teahouse in Jagat.

Day 04: Trek from Jagat to Simigaon (2020m)

Maximum altitude: 2020m

Trek duration: 5 hours

The trek today ranges from Jagat to Simigaon (2020m). We start our trek with a descent to the riverbank through the forested zone. The trail then crosses a small river through a majestic suspension river to arrive at the Gonggar village.

Moreover, we then ascend the famous stone steps to arrive at the pristine waterfalls of the region. The trails pass through the vast fields and meadows to arrive at Chhetchhet. We pass through the beautiful suspension bridge, and the trails then pass through the terraced farmed hills.

Furthermore, the trails then lead us to the beautiful Chorten as we arrive at Simigaon from where we can observe the majestic views of Mt. Gaurishankar (7134m). There is also a Buddhist Monastery and other religious landmarks along the trail. We will stay overnight at a teahouse in Simigaon.

Day 05: Trek Simigaon to Daldung La (3976m)

Maximum altitude: 3976m

Trek duration: 6 hours

After having breakfast, we will start our trek from Simigaon to Daldung La. The trail first descends down and then climbs the famous stone steps. We then climb the path before descending to arrive at the serene Rolwaling River.

Moreover, we can observe the beautiful Gaurishankar Himal (7134m) along the forested trail. After trekking for a few hours, we will arrive at the beautiful Daldung La, where we stay overnight.

Day 06: Trek from Daldung la to Beding (3690m)

Maximum altitude: 3,690m

Trek duration: 4 hours

The trail today leads us to Beding from Daldung La. We pass through the forested trail that continues up and down to arrive at Beding. Beding is the largest village settlement of the Rolwaling region.

We can observe the entire snow-capped mountains and the beautiful waterfalls in the region. There we can also find the beautiful Buddhist Gompa of the area. We will stay overnight at a teahouse in Beding.

Day 07: Acclimatization and Rest Day at Beding

An acclimatization day at Beding is essential to adapt our bodies to the changing high altitude environment. You will have an opportunity to hike in and around the village. The breathtaking views of the snow-capped mountains, including Mt. Gauri Shanker and others will enchant you.

You will also get to observe the Tibetan mountains across the border along the trail. After exploring around for the day, you will return and stay overnight at the teahouse in Beding.

Day 08: Beding to Na (4180m)

Maximum altitude: 4180m

Trek duration: 5 hours

After breakfast, we will start our trek from Beding to Na Gaun. The trail moves along the right bank of Rolwaling River for a few hours to arrive at Dhogre. The view of the snow-capped mountain of Gaurishankar (7134m) from an alternate perspective is enthralling.

Moreover, you can observe the U-shaped valley with green meadows. There we can also find various Mani stones and prayer flags along with a large Bodhisattva art painted on a large rock. The village of Na Gaon is just a few hours away from the place and remains enclosed under stone walls. We will spend the night at a teahouse in NaGaon.

Day 09: Acclimatization and Rest Day at Na, Climb Ramdung Go Peak (5930m)

After breakfast, the acclimatization tour of the Na village begins. The incredible views of the snow-capped mountains, including Gauri Shanker, Yalung, Menlung, and other Tibetan mountains, will spellbind you. We will also climb the training peak of Ramdung Go (5930m).

Moreover, you can also go on a hike to arrive at the majestic Tsho Rolpa Lake. The breathtaking views of the natural lake formed by the melting of the glaciers nearby are enchanting. We will return in the evening after the acclimatization tour and stay overnight at the teahouse.

Day 10: Trek from Merek to Shersong (4660m)

Maximum altitude: 4660m

Trek duration: 5-6 hours

After having breakfast at the lodge, we will start our trek from Merek to Shersong. The trail then climbs up the cliff beside a stream. We cross the stream alongside the moraine and pass the ridge towards the north of the valley.

Moreover, we then enter the beautiful valley from where we can observe the beautiful Makalu Himal before arriving at Shersong. The trail then leads us to the eastern side of the valley to arrive at Shersong (4660m). We acclimatize and explore around the place in the evening and stay overnight.

Day 11: Na to Tsho Rolpa Lake (4540m)

Maximum altitude: 4588m

Trek duration: 7 hours

We start our trek passing through the forested trail to arrive at the serene glacial Tsho Rolpa lake. The trail leaves Na Gaon by crossing the majestic suspension bridges over the Rolwaling River.

We climb an uphill path to arrive at a place with vast green meadows. There are two glaciers along the trail as we enter the valley. The trail passes through the rocky moraines of Rolwaling Glacier, before arriving at the Tsho Rolpa Lake. We further explore the magnificent lake and then stay overnight at a teahouse in the area.

Day 12: Trek from Tsho Rolpa to Trakarding Glacier (4800m)

Maximum altitude: 4800m

Trek duration: 7 hours

The trek on this day takes you from Tsho Rolpa to Trakarding Glacier (4800m). We start our journey early in the morning through the glacial paths. The trails pass through the icy glaciers, and you can experience the beautiful snow wonderland in all its glory. This is one of the best adventures of the whole trail. You will stay overnight at a tented camp in Trakarding Glacier.

Day 13: Trek from Trakarding Glacier to Tashi Lapcha Phedi Camp (5755m)

Maximum altitude: 5755m

Trek duration: 7 hours

We will start our trek from Trakarding Glacier to Tashi Lapcha Phedi Camp on this day. The trail of this stunning trek passes through some hard sections where we need to perform some rock climbing. The path then turns into a slow walk on the glacier. The trail then continues through the Trakarding Glacier towards the majestic Drolambau Glacier.

Moreover, we walk along the slippery trails observing the scenic beauty of Himalayan mountains along the region. We then arrive in Tashi Lapcha Phedi from Drolambau Glacier. We will stay overnight at a camp in the premises of Tashi Lapcha Phedi.

Day 14: Trek from Tashi Lapcha Phedi to Tashi Lapcha Pass and then to Tashi Cape

Maximum altitude: 5755m

Trek duration: 7 hours

After breakfast, we prepare to start the trek from Tashi Lapcha Phedi to Tashi Lapcha Pass and then to Tashi Cape. The trail begins with a steep climb from Tashi Lapcha Phedi to Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755m). This trek will then lead us to Tashi Lapcha Camp (5665m) or the Tashi Labcha Phuk.

Moreover, the trail moves steeply ahead as we pass through the Tashi Lapcha Pass (5755m) which separates the Khumbu region from the Rolwaling region. The trails of this trek fall under the pristine Sagarmatha National Park and descend to the Tashi Lapcha Camp. We will stay overnight at a camp in Tashi cape.

Day 15: Tashi Cape to Thyomgbo (4350m)

Maximum altitude: 4350m

Trek duration: 7 hours

The trail today starts from Tashi Cape to Thyomgbo (4350m). We start our trek with a more accessible walk on a smooth and downhill trek. The trail then descends towards the Tashi Lapcha Camp, as we arrive in Ngole on a snowy and icy trail.

We descend further to Parchemuche Tsho, which is a glacial lake in the Khumbu region, before arriving at Thyangbo. The beautiful majestic views of the snow-capped mountains, including Pasang Lhamu Chuli (7350m) and Cho Oyu (8201m), will spellbind you. You will stay overnight at a tented camp after arriving in Thyangbo.

Day 16: Thyomgbo to Thame (3820m)

Maximum altitude: 3820m

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

We trek from Thyomgbo to Thame (3820m) on this day. You will travel to Thame early in the morning. The trail gradually descends on an easy path, and you can enjoy the pristine natural beauty of the region. After a trek of around 6-7 hours, we will arrive at our destination. We will stay overnight at a lodge in Thame.

Day 17: Thame to Namche Bazaar (3440m)

Maximum altitude: 3550m

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

The trek starts from Thame to Namche Bazaar on this day. We will start our trail gently on a gradual trail for about an hour to arrive at Sanasa (3550m). The incredible first glimpse of the mountain peaks of the Khumbu region including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Kusum Kangaru, and Thamserku will spellbind you.

We pass through many villages along the descending trail to arrive at a bridge that we cross over the Dudh Koshi River at Phunki Tenga (3250m). The trail then ascends steeply to Sanasa where you can find many Sherpa people selling Tibetan goods.

Furthermore, after crossing the up and down path, we arrive at Namche Bazaar. We can observe the breathtaking scenario and incredible villages. You can spend the night at a lodge in Namche.

Day 18: Trek from Namche Bazaar to Lukla, fly to Kathmandu for Next day (2886 m)

Maximum altitude: 2640m

Trek duration: 6-7 hours

The trek today starts from Namche Bazaar to Phakding (2640m). The trek takes about four hours along the steep trek. The trek passes along the ups and down trail to arrive at Phakding via Monjo.

We then trek from Phakding to Lukla (2886m) that takes about three hours. The trek then leads us to the famous Dudh Koshi river before arriving at Lukla. Our Rolwaling trek itinerary comes to an official end in Lukla. We will stay overnight at a lodge in Lukla and fly to Kathmandu the next day.

Trip Cost US$ 2950 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • Two night deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on B/B
  • Airport pick-up and drop services.
  • Ticketing permit and all needed document
  • Guide and necessary staffs.
  • A cook and kitchen supporter.
  • All surface transportation to the starting point and from the ending point of the trek - All meals three times a day (breakfast, lunch, dinner, juice, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fruits etc.)
  • Necessary Camping equipment such as tents, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, mattresses, down sleeping bag, down jacket, cooking utensils, fuel etc
  • Camping charges
  • Necessary insurance for trekking staff
  • First Aid kit, including Oximeter and pulse meter checker.
  • emergency Rescue assistance.
Cost Excludes:
  • Nature of personal expense
  • All meals in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
  • Activities in Kathmandu and other cities, such as sightseeing tour.
  • International airfare -Travel insurance (compulsory)
  • Satellite Phone.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees. Click here for more details.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Where is the Rolwaling Valley situated?

Rolwaling Valley is an incredible valley situated between the Everest and Langtang mountain ranges.

How many hours do I need to walk daily?

Trekkers need to trek for 5-6 hours on a day. The duration of the trek also depends on your pace. Trekkers should not gain more than 600m altitude in a day. You can start your trek early in the morning to avoid the midday heat, afternoon rains, and to arrive at your destination early.

Is Travel Insurance compulsory for the Rolwaling trek?

Yes, travel insurance is essential for trekking in Nepal. An excellent travel insurance package will cover medical, delay, and other emergency costs. A travel insurance package of USD 100,000 is ideal.

How safe is the water to drink?

You should not drink the tap water in Nepal. You should boil the water or use water purification tablets before drinking water. You can also carry bottled waters along the trail. You need to boil water for long durations at high altitude regions.

Water purification tablets like Piyush purify water. One thing you must consider is that you should always check for sealed bottle caps in case you carry bottled waters. Regular hydration helps you tackle dehydration and altitude sickness with ease.

How high is the chance to get altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness is quite high among trekkers in the upper Himalayan region. You should acclimatize regularly to avoid altitude sickness. A guide will help you with emergencies and keeps track of the altitude gain along the trek.

How to avoid altitude sickness?

Acclimatization is the key to tackle altitude sickness. Trekkers should not gain more than 600m in altitude in the high altitude treks. The slow and steady trek is ideal, and trekkers should not rush during the trek.

Regular hydration is another essential part of the trek, and you should drink at least 5 litres of water. Trekkers can also take precautionary tablets like Diamox to tackle altitude sickness under the supervision of a medical professional.

How much money should I bring for trekking?

An average of $25 per day per person is ideal for trekkers in Nepal. The food and accommodation costs around $2 - $3 per bed in the teahouses.

Additional facilities like hot water showers, recharge of electronic gadgets, will cost you some extra bucks. Overall, the general estimate of $25 is ideal for the trek.

How safe is Nepal for solo women travellers?

Nepal is relatively safe for women travelers. However, Nepalese society has a conservative and specific idea of modest clothing. Hence, dressing modestly and covering your thighs and shoulders will save you from unwanted attention.

Also, female trekkers are not recommended to travel alone in night. You should choose your guide after a complete background check.

Can I recharge my phone, camera, and other electronic batteries?

Yes, you can charge cameras, phones, and other electronic gadgets at an added cost. You can also carry solar chargers or power banks along the trek.

How many tips should we give to guide and porter?

You should tip around 15 percent of the total trekking cost. You can tip around $5 per day for guides and $2 to $4 per day for porters.

If you trek in a group, you can tip around $10 per day for guides and $5 per day for porters. You can also tip according to your wish.

What is the visa cost for Nepal?

The multiple-entry tourist visa for 15-day, 30-day, and 90-day is $30, $50, and $125 respectively.

How Difficult is Rolwaling Trekking?

Rolwaling Trekking is one of the most challenging treks in Nepal. The challenging landscapes of the region might pose some threat for the first time trekkers. You must train well with enough physical and mental preparation so that you can trek the area with ease.

Altitude sickness is a significant difficulty factor in this high altitude trek. The Rolwaling Valley trekking reaches the maximum altitude of 5755 m. Acclimatization and regular hydration are essential to tackle altitude sickness along the trail. Walking at a gentle pace is necessary to stay energized along the path.

Moreover, there are a lot of stony steps along the rugged terrain. You will need to cross the narrow landscapes, serene waterfalls, and majestic cliffs of the region. The long-distance remote trails are quite a challenge for trekkers. Trekkers also need to walk carefully as the trails are narrow and slippery at times. You can carry an accurate Rolwaling trekking map with yourself for safety.

Furthermore, the weather conditions in the high Himalayas remain unpredictable at all times. You can experience sudden weather changes in the higher altitude region. Trekkers should always check for the weather forecast before advancing on their adventure for the day. Proper packing of the trekking gear including rain covers, and sleeping bags will help you immensely during the trek.

Overall, Rolwaling Valley Trekking is a strenuous adventure in the remote landscapes of the Himalayas in Nepal.

Food and Accommodation Along the Rolwaling Valley Trek

Food and accommodation trek in the Rolwaling trekking Itinerary is an essential factor to consider. There are tea houses along the trail that provide lodging and meal facilities. The rooms in the teahouses have twin beds with a pillow and a warm blanket. The bathroom is generally shared and of squat style.

Besides that, all the food facilities, including breakfast, lunch, and dinner, are available in the tea houses. These foods may not be fancy but provide enough nutrition and energy for the trek. For breakfast, you will get bread toast with tea or coffee. You will get “Dal Bhat” for lunch and dinner in the teahouses.

Moreover, “Dal Bhat” is rich in carbohydrates and protein and consists of rice, dal (pulses), vegetables, spinach, lentils, meat, and pickles. There are a limited amount of western cuisines like pizza, momo, chowmein, burgers, pasta, and others in the teahouses as well.

Packing list for Rolwaling Trekking


  • Trekking pants
  • Trekking jackets
  • Waterproof jackets
  • Trekking trousers
  • Woollen socks
  • Woollen caps
  • Trekking boots
  • Half sleeve/full sleeve shirt
  • Raincoats

First aid

  • Band-aids
  • Sanitizer
  • Water Purification Tablets
  • Anti-nausea tablets
  • Anti dehydration oral salts
  • Sanitary napkins/ Tampons


  • Camera
  • Head Lamp
  • Power Banks
  • Solar Chargers
  • Extra batteries
  • Rolwaling Trekking Map

Important documents

  • Passport
  • Travel permits

How Should I Train for the Rolwaling Trekking?

The Rolwaling trekking is a strenuous adventure that tests your patience to the core. Hence, trekkers need to go under a proper training regime at least two to three months before the trek. A good training regime helps you build strength, endurance, stamina, and reduce muscle strain. Moreover, the training regime will not only help you physically but also help you mentally as well.

Physical training (Strength, stamina and endurance)

The core physical training helps you gain strength, stamina and endurance. The training routine will increase your fitness levels significantly. You will trek around for 5-6 hours daily during your trekking adventure, and hence you should practise hiking in the hills nearby.

Moreover, these exercises will help you gain muscle strength in the shoulder, arm, and back. Besides your training regime, you should also focus on having a regular diet of carbohydrates and protein and hydrate regularly. Overall, these physical training will help you immensely during the trek.

Cardiovascular training

Cardiovascular training includes aerobic exercises like cycling, jogging, running, hiking, and others. These exercises will help to increase the oxygen levels in your body. You can also tackle the risk of altitude sickness in the high altitude conditions through these exercises. This way, you can take long walks during the trek.

Moreover, trekkers should also undergo aerobic exercises that increase your flexibility and reduce muscle strain and other injuries. Hence, cardiovascular exercises are essential in the training regime.

Mental preparation

Mental preparation is another factor that you must consider before the trek. You can take one-day hikes to prepare for the trek mentally. You can also conduct research and take expert opinions before the trek. Hence, mental preparation is essential for the trek.

Are there any Essential Tips?

  • Always hire a professional guide and porter from the trekking agency
  • Prepare your trekking gear and equipment
  • Carry mosquito and insect repellents creams during the trek
  • Start your trek early in the day
  • Carry water purifying tablets or chlorine solutions during the trek
  • Acclimatize and hydrate regularly
  • Carry anti-nausea tablets like Diamox during the trek
  • Get your travel and trekking permits in advance
  • Carry snacks like protein bars, granola bars, chocolate bars, and snickers during the trek
  • Get yourself a good travel insurance coverage
  • Book all your food and accommodation facilities in advance
  • Get yourself an accurate Rolwaling trekking map to navigate along the trail
  • Always check the weather forecast before the trek

The Final Say

Rolwaling Valley situated between the Everest and Langtang mountain ranges, is a natural wonder. The Rolwaling trekking is one of the best off the beaten treks in Nepal. The trek is a unique adventure that will test you to the core.

Moreover, this magical trek provides you the opportunity to explore the cultural and natural aspects of the region to the fullest. You can contact us for more information about this exciting trek. Book with us for a hassle-free trekking experience!


Subash KC

Managing Director

Mr. Subash K.C ventured into the tourism industry after completing his studies in Management Stream in 2001 at Tribhuvan University. Mr. K.C, born and brought up in the Lalitpur district, is keenly interested in exploring the different trekking routes. Getting the opportunity to work in the tourism industry helped him gather insights about trekking across Nepal. In addition, he also learned about customer care and group management.
By leading solo and group trekkers himself, he started collecting data about many trekking destinations in Nepal. He creates an enriching experience for national and international travelers through exceptional hospitality.

Apart from managing trekking and tours, Mr K.C also handles client inquiries, accommodation reservations, arrangements of transportation and flights, and other logistics. Recognizing the importance of personalized service, he proactively takes care of clients' needs and requirements. He is fluent in English and excels in organizing treks, tours, and adventure sports in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.

He is highly committed to promoting responsible tourism and prioritizes client satisfaction by providing top-notch service through his well-organized company. He believes that through responsible traveling, we can protect the natural environment and promote sustainability. He has expanded his knowledge by traveling to various countries worldwide, such as India, Bhutan, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Thailand, China, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, USA, Japan, UK, Canada etc and is passionate about exploring more destinations.

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