Access-Himalaya is a small, yet vital company, without delusions of grandeur, believing that small is beautiful, and also entirely appropriate in this little jewel of a Kingdom. We are able ... read more
Our principle of smallness allows us to adhere closely to the ideals and aims of eco-tourism, encouraging respectful interest in the people and their cultures, without overwhelming their villages and ... read more
As a Nepalese company, centred in Kathmandu, we are able to avoid the high costs of trekking companies based in Europe or USA, where high expenditure on business accommodation, advertising ... read more
Two major river systems, the Arun and the Tamur, drain Nepal’s eastern ranges, upon which the monsoon unleashes its deluge with unparalleled vigour every summer. Like the Karnali river in the west, the Arun predates the Himalaya, and rises north of Everest, in Tibet (where it is called the Phung Chu), passing between the major mountain massifs of Kanchenjunga and Makalu, at an altitude of under 1000m, meaning that the valley floor is a veritable sauna even in November. From Makalu and the Arun valley to the tea estates of Ilam and the border with Sikkim, the lush, densely forested hills of eastern Nepal are mysterious, complex and thoroughly alluring. Deep, seemingly impenetrable valleys carve their way into the highlands from the south; primaeval, mist-swathed and alive with the chorus of birds and insects. In spring, mighty rhododendrons, magnolias and azaleas burst into flower, together with many varieties of orchid,... read more about Eastern Nepal
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