Around Dhaulagiri is a challenging trek around the Dhaulagiri massif (8167m), the sixth highest mountain in the world, which involves snow and glacier walking. This is the perfect trip those who want a more intense experience of the mountains. You will be trekking deep into the Dhaulagiri Himal to the Italian Base Camp and Dhaulagiri north base camp, offering a wonderful view of gigantic north face of Dhaulagiri I.
The Kanchenjunga trek takes place in one of the most beautiful and remote areas in Nepal on the border with Sikkim (India). Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m) is the third highest mountain in the world and the second highest mountain in Nepal. This area has been open to trekkers since 1988 but this route is still relatively un-trekked. Unspoiled villages and a natural environment are yours to explore without the distractions of other trekkers.
The Lower Dolpo trek is one of the famous trekking destinations in the far-west of Nepal which was opened to trekkers in 1989. The Dolpo area is famous for Lake Phoksundo, the deepest lake in the entire Himalayan Region. This remote and rugged protected area is both scenically and culturally diverse and attractive. This region is hard to match for its perfect beauty and rugged charm, where one can still have opportunity to meet the nomadic people and observe their life style almost untouched and unexplored, making it a destination you can visit several times, making new discoveries each time.
Makalu (8463m) is the fifth highest mountain in the world. The trek up to Makalu Base Camp is an excellent choice for those adventure lovers who want to explore the most amazing and unseen scenery of the eastern Himalayas. Utterly marvelous, and still very untouched, the irregular trekking area of Makalu region is very close to the Everest region. The unimaginably beautiful area is famous for both culture and nature.