Trekking Encounters would like extend hands for a global partnership in order to make tourism viable and achievable to everyone. We believe in quality tourism and team work. Our aim is to develop sustainable and responsible tourism products.

We invite individuals, travel companies, tour operators, organizations, institutions, trusts, clubs, colleges & universities and NGO & INGO’s to lead the market. We are highly sensitive at your privacy and will not disclose the information to a third party at any cost.

Please feel free to Contact Us should you wish to join our hands in order to shape the better future of the travel industries.

We have established important partnership with the following organizations. However, we are not able to publish all of them due to our privacy policies.

The Great Himalaya Trail, One trail to rule them all…

The Great Himalaya Trail is one of the longest and highest walking trails in the world that further stretches 4,500 kilometers across the world’s tallest mountain ranges. The trail covers the full distance of the Himalayan Range in Nepal from the district of Taplejung in the East to Humla and Darchula in the West.

Nepal’s GHT is divided into ten connecting treks with a duration of 2-3 weeks each on average. The treks can be done subsequently or completely separate from each other. Besides, each GHT section features a number of side-treks with varying duration and difficulty, some of which require camping equipment while others are possible in a teahouse style. With numerous trekking options and new tourism attractions, each GHT section forms a distinct trekking and adventure destination within itself.

Trekking Encounters offers the following treks that interlink with the Great Himalaya Trail of Nepal.