Adventure Thridpole Treks was founded in 1992 and is officially registered with Nepal's Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation Authority. We provide a variety of outdoor activities, ranging from a simple city tour to strenuous mountaineering. Managed by a team of specialists with years of expertise in Nepal's travel and tourism industries, our mission is to present you with the most diverse, affordable, and enjoyable excursions to Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and India.
From the fertile flatland of Terai (70m) teeming with jungle and rare wildlife species to the most majestic and solitary peaks of the world's highest mountain (8848m), our programs are designed to allow you to explore the awe-inspiring natural and cultural diversity of this beautiful country at your own pace.
We are based in Kathmandu, Nepal, but we operate throughout the South Asian region, mainly Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and India. Our most popular tour programs include trekking, cultural tours, Mt. climbing, jungle safaris, Bird watching, Wildlife excursions, white water rafting, mountain flight, mountain biking, paragliding, bungee jumping, and cannon. We are now researching all regions of Nepal to promote Home Stay facilities, which we believe may be a very enjoyable approach to discovering Nepal's inner beauty as well as its age-old culture and traditions. Please visit our website for regular updates on our Homestay provisions, which will be available soon.
Nepal, slightly larger than the state of Arkansas in the United States, has a population of over 30 million people and is made up of 126 different ethnic groups, each with its language, culture, and history. It is home to eight of the world's fourteen tallest mountains. It is also the Lord Buddha's birthplace.
Although small in size, Nepal is a hotspot for biodiversity. Because of the diversity in climate from tropical to frigid, Nepal boasts a wide range of plants and animals. Approximately 23.23% of Nepal's land base is protected to conserve ecosystems and the valuable species they support. According to current findings, the country is home to 208 mammals, 867 birds, 123 reptiles, 55 amphibians, 230 freshwater fish, and 651 butterfly species.
No need to add that these characteristics make Nepal one of the most naturally and culturally diverse countries in the world and there is always something to explore which may be the reason many visitors return year after year to explore this famously termed " Once is not Enough" country.
We cater to all budget ranges and are happy to assist you in any way possible to keep your travel budget affordable, so please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know what your specific requirements are, and we will be delighted to customize an affordable budget tour plan for you to explore any region of Nepal including Bhutan, Tibet, and India.
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