Dear Valued Travelers, Namaste!!
Hearty welcome to Wilderness Excursion, a Nepal government certified Adventure Trekking Company that run by enthusiast tourism pioneers with decades long experience of guiding and leading trekkers and explorers to the Himalaya Base Camp of Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and India. From the opening of our agency, people have entrusted us for their travel dreams. Our adventures span every corner of the Himalaya, and the excellence of our itinerary design and leadership has earned us one of the highest rates of repeat travelers in the business. Our principal philosophy is pleasingly simple: it’s not just where you travel, but how you travel that sets our trips apart. Find more off-the-beaten-path journeys in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and soon will expand our trips to Thailand, Indonesia, Lao, Vietnam to East Asia from wildlife adventures, safari to hiking journeys to expeditions.
Registered Trekking Agency
Wilderness Excursion (P) Ltd is a government certified fully and licensed best adventure trekking agency based in Kathmandu Nepal and documented by the tourism authority of the government of Nepal to run tours, travel, trekking, mountaineering expeditions, and other travel related activities. Wilderness Excursion is proud member of TAAN (Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal) NTB (Nepal Tourism Board) NMA (Nepal Mountaineering Association) KEEP (Kathmandu Environmental Education Project) HRA (Himalayan Rescue Association etc.
I contacted several trekking agencies, and it was Pradip Tamang of Wilderness Excursion, who was not only quick in replying, he was the only one flexible with my requests on how I would like my travel itinerary be organized.
Throughout, Pradip was always patient with my many questions, and we always felt very assured with his advice. His guide, Rahul and porter, Pulba, were just as patient, always smiling and took care of us extremely well during our trek.
I would highly recommend Wilderness Excursion to anyone wishing to trek in Nepal.
This video is about 23 days Manaslu and Tsum Valley Trek that we did in Nov 2013 to the Manaslu area – a more isolated and wilderness than many, with rough steep tracks and less luxurious ...Read more
A South African national, Ryan Sean Davy of 43; has been under arrest in Nepal while allegedly trying to scale Mt. Everest without a permit. He had climbed more than 20,000 feet before being stopped by authorities. Gyanendra Shresth, a government liaison officer at Everest's Base Camp, said: "I saw him alone near base camp so I approached him and he ran away. Nepal's Department of Tourism charges foreign travelers £8,500 for a permit to climb Everest. He now faces a fine of up to £17,000 ...Read more