Himalayan Circuit – Nepal Luxury Travel

Established in 2015, Himalayan Circuit Team (Tour and Trekking Operator) is committed to delivering the private, small and group adventures across Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, and Asia. In each of our trips, we’ve continually been driven by the ideas of sustainability and responsible operating practices to be your dream vacation planner in this beautiful small Himalayan country with full of natural beauty.

We believe that holiday experiences are important to a well-balanced life, and Himalayan Circuit’s Trips is a new way to create memories and experience the other side of the world. A private and a small group journey, guided experiences and individual exploration allow our guests to choose their own path.

We are a team of tourism Experts having a longtime experience in the tourism industry of Nepal. The safety and delight of our guests are that the prime priority of our entire team, together with our management, travel consultants and the Guides in the ground. All of the team is very willing to showcase the wonders of Nepal, from remote hill villages to ancient higher chain of mountains.

As a Travelife Certified company, sustainability in tourism has been our main guiding principle as a community being an integral part of our products, generating high value for the clients.

At Himalayan Circuit, we have our own 24/7 Emergency Support system to make you secured for every unforeseen circumstance or emergency. Smiling travelers from beginning to the end of the trip have been our main operating principles.

Get to know our team and start planning your next vacations with our travel specialists.

Holiday Types:

  1. Cultural holidays
  2. Wildlife and Bird Watching holidays
  3. Off the beaten track
  4. Outdoor adventure holidays
  5. Spiritual holidays
  6. Family/group holidays
  7. Luxury holidays

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Q Are prices in Nepal comparable to those at my home?

Goods and services are often not priced as they are abroad. You will find that the cost to buy food, basic clothing, and accommodation, is lower than at home. For example, in most places you can buy dinner for less than USD$5. That being said, the Purchasing Power Parity in Nepal is extremely low, so although things cost relatively less than abroad, local salaries are reflectively and exponentially lower as well.

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