Greetings from Nepal Sanctuary Treks!

“Nepal Sanctuary Treks believe in sustainability and are proud to be at the forefront of sustainability in Nepal and to be recognized in our efforts as a Travelife certified company.”

Nepal Sanctuary Treks is a sustainable adventure trekking company established on November 19, 1998. Since our foundation, we have been offering reliable and authentic trekking experiences to clients. We have been delivering a rare blend of personalized services, uncompromising safety standard, fostering an appreciation for environmental and cultural preservation.

Our personalized services are guided by sustainable principles and our extensive tenure of 20 years in the field of trekking is invaluable in helping us give our clients the best quality service in every step of the way.

We pride ourselves in creating innovative and lifetime memorable trekking experience in Nepal’s Himalayas. Our selection of destinations and services for our clients are unique and match their personal tastes and preferences. We offer attractions that are less visited, but nonetheless, of high value and capture the spirit of Nepal’s unique nature and local people with cultural experiences in a sustainable way.

Among the services delivered by the company stands out the coordination of itineraries for Family, Solo and School groups including trekking in different parts of Nepal’s Himalayas. However, we do handle larger groups as well, especially charity groups, incentive groups with special interests in different parts of Nepal.

We also provide our services to handicapped and visually impaired people, ensuring that they acquire exceptional care during their holidays in Nepal.



We are a team that creates flexible personalized safe and sustainable trekking experiences in Nepal’s Himalayas, providing services beyond the expectations with the most unique, mind-blowing lifetime experiences”.


“Be the most sustainable personalized trekking experience provider by sharing our love for the mountains and people while preserving their culture and environment.”