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Mustang - the last, untouched Tibetan kingdom

Experience life in a medieval Buddhist world set among the world's most dramatic mountains and the world's deepest valley - and make a difference.

Annapurna Circuit tre with Rilicho Lake - Eco Holiday Asia

Annapurna Circuit Trek with Tilicho Lake Thorong La Pass at 5,416 m

One of the most popular treks in Nepal, circuit trek around the Annapurna with Tilicho Lake. A diverse trek and an exciting journey, dramatic deep gorges, desolate high 

Dolpo Shey Gompa Trek via Rara Lake - Eco Holiday Asia

Explore Dolpo -Rare route of Nepal

Explore the recently opened remote region of upper Dolpo near the Tibetan border. Explore the most exquisite district of Nepal once forbidden for visitors to explore

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Langtang Gosaikunda Walk - Way to explore culture & Religions

Discover exhilarating sights that nature has bestowed on the Langtang Gosainkunda trek- the valley of glacier,one of many spellbinding destinations in Nepal.

Daily Kathmandu day Tour

Explore Temple City , Fine Arts and Devotees Cities in One Day

This is best way to explore City of Temple, City of Fine Arts and City of Devotes on one Single Day   Kora . Included 5 UNESCO Heritage site 

Eco Holiday Asia offers a wide range of options for an eco-friendly trip in Nepal, from cooking classes to treks. The main draw is, of course, trekking, and they do it with a mind for environmentalism. To reduce waste, they carry only reusable bags. To decrease deforestation, they only build gas fires. Eco Holiday Asia aims not only to be environmentally friendly, but culturally pervasive as well. Every trek includes at least one meal home cooked by a local family and the opportunity of authentic cultural exchange. These are the basics, but you also have the option to enrich your expedition with homestays and volunteer work if you so choose.

One of Eco Holiday Asia’s main goals is to improve the lives of the local people. They use tourism as a tool for positive change by inviting foreigners with expertise in various facets of income generation, sanitation, health, education, farming, and more, to share their knowledge and help improve the lives of the indigenous peoples.