ABOUT PEACE NEPAL TREKS

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Peace Nepal Treks is a family run business based in Thamel, the heart of Kathmandu. The company was established in 2004 by Nir, an experienced tour guide-turned-entrepreneur. Nir and his company have been bringing together travelers from around the world since 2004, and today they are firm leaders in guided trekking tours across Nepal.

Peace Nepal Treks offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits including trekking, climbing and rafting in Nepal. With us you’ll criss-cross National Parks, get off the beaten track, participate in adventure sports and more than anything else, enjoy the scenery.

All our itineraries have been carefully planned and designed to appeal to almost every visitor’s budgets. Our experience and expertise in the travel industry gives us an advantage over other trekking agencies, and allows us to offer quality services at unbeatable prices. The staff and guides at Peace Nepal Treks are experienced professionals who are paid fair wages and given all the necessary benefits.

So, if it is a dose of adrenaline you are after, then white-water rafting, paragliding and bungee jumping can be arranged, along with mountain-biking trips, jungle safaris and peak climbing expeditions. If the thought of walking for days to see Everest is not your thing, we could always arrange scenic flights around the world’s highest mountains. We are a one stop shop for all your travel needs, including hotel bookings, internal flights and bus tickets.

Do send us an e-mail if you wish to spend your travel holidays by trekking in Nepal. Come join us today for a great adventure holiday !

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