Visit Himalaya Treks, Kathmandu, Nepal


Visit Himalaya Treks was founded in 2009 after working many years in the Himalayas of Nepal including Tibet & Bhutan. Visit Himalaya Treks is 100% locally owned inbound ground operator in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Since 2009, Visit Himalaya Treks have been proudly showcasing the scenic beauty of the glorious Himalayas to the world. As a Nepalese-owned company Visit Himalaya Treks offers walking and Trekking holidays, peak climbing and mountain Expedition, Cultural tours, Wildlife activities in Nepal with years of Experience with Destination Expert.

Visit Himalaya Treks is proud members of following organizations.

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation (MOTCA)
Government of Nepal has been actively promoting tourism in Nepal and has always encouraged the private sector for their involvement and participation. The Ministry of Culture, Tourism & Civil Aviation (MOTCA) gives equal importance to conservation of natural, cultural and human resources.

Nepal Tourism Board
(NTB) is an autonomous body modeled as a partnership between Nepal Government and the private sector tourism industry of Nepal and has statutory duties as the National Tourism Organization. NTB aims to promote Nepal as quality tourism destination in the international arena with specific brand image.

Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)
It is a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization working as National Alpine Association of Nepal to promote mountain tourism, climbing sports and protect mountain environments.

Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN)
TAAN was formed and registered with the Kathmandu CDO Office in 1979 by a handful of trekking agents who realized that it was time to assemble and create an umbrella organization, under which they could work together to meet their common goals and also assist the government by providing suggestions to develop trekking business into a revenue generating industry.

Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP)
Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) is a nongovernmental organization promoting “minimum impact trekking”, to minimize environmental damage caused by eco-tourism.

by Rajan Khatri

Trekking, Tours, Peak Climbing And Adventure Holidays in Nepal