Private Trekking

Individual trekking tours with Fair Trails®

In addition to our unique “Fair Trails Experiences”, Fair Trails® also offers individual and tailor-made trekking and discovery tours. Because only with our “Private Trekking” offers the whole universe of exciting destinations like Nepal become accessible to you. “Private Trekking” combines your longing for personal freedom and for something special with service, security and responsibility. Because one thing is important to us: We keep our promise of the Fair Trails® philosophy in all our offered journeys. This way, these trips contribute to regional value creation and sustainable development in our project countries. If you are planning a very personal trekking and adventure trip and put a high priority on a fair and responsible travel style, then you are certainly in good hands with these Fair Trails® trips!


with responsibility


Freedom with responsibility: the Private Trekking by Fair Trails® combines individual freedom with a responsible travel style. Encounter on eye level in the highlands of Dolpo. © Trail Angels
Fair Trails® Private Trekking combines your individual freedom with the responsibility for sustainable travel. Thus, the Private Trekking trips open up almost limitless possibilities for your very own individual trekking trip. And still lives up to the values Fair Trails® is committed to.

And that’s how your own personal freedom is formed with Private Trekking:

  • Start your trip WHEN you want: daily arrival possible!
  • Travel WHERE you want: you determine your desired trekking route!
  • Travel with WHOM you want: trekking trips possible starting from one person!
  • Travel HOW you want: Choose the style and itinerary of your trekking trip!

And that’s why our Private Trekking offers always live up to the Fair Trails® philosophy:

  • All trekking agencies entrusted by Fair Trails Booking Center with these trips are Fair Trails® certified
  • This means they guarantee fair wages and working conditions for their crew
  • An increased value creation in the visited trekking regions
  • In addition, the tour operator’s “Impact Fee” supports selected Fair Trails® projects

Good to know: Our Private Trekking offers always form a complete package – from arrival at the airport to departure. You have a lot of freedom in planning your trip and we take care of all the details. One of the most important details is the availability of a competent and reliable trekking crew: On your trekking trip you will always be accompanied by an experienced and certified trekking guide who has a good command of English (for groups of 6 or more, an assistant guide will join). Your luggage transport is of course taken care of. Fair Trails® has particularly high standards for the working conditions of the trekking crew.
Private trekking is bookable from one person! You will be accompanied by an experienced trekking guide (left) and a porter. Here at Thorong La (5.320m), the high point of the famous Annapurna Circuit. ©Trail Angels
In order to increase the regional value creation, overnight stays are made, if possible, in selected lodges or homestays run by locals. The picture shows the legendary Namgyal Lodge in Machhermo, on the Everest Renjo Pass Trail. ®Trail Angels
Private Trekking is relaxed trekking: Two friends on the way to Gokyo in front of the breathtaking backdrop of the eight-thousander Cho Oyu. ®Trail Angels
Sustainable trekking is the key to a positive future for many destinations in Nepal. To be able to offer a perspective to the people in the less developed regions, like this girl in the highlands of Dolpo. @Trail Angels


around the throne of the gods


To the people at the foot of the Himalayas, the majestic mountains are considered the throne of the gods. They deserve to be visited with special care and attention. Hikers at the foot of Pumori (7.161m), near Everest Base Camp. ©Trail Angels/Napetschnig
We selected carefully arranged trekking tours for you. They focus on selected trekking regions in Nepal. In addition, you have the freedom, always supported by our experienced trekking experts in the Fair Trails® Booking Center, to plan your own personal dream trip. And you can also choose other, less known, destinations as your destination. Here is a short overview:


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Breathtaking: View from the lookout mountain Kala Patthar (5.545m) to the roof of the world: Mt. Everest (left) and Nuptse (right) ©Trail Angels/Napetschnig
The Khumbu Himal is one of the most spectacular mountain landscapes on earth. Here, in addition to the highest mountain in the world, Mt. Everest, three other eight-thousanders as well as some of the most beautiful mountains in the world, such as the breathtaking Ama Dablam rise into the sky…. The landscape with its particularly species-rich fauna is protected by the Sagarmatha National Park and has also been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition, the Khumbu is also home to the famous Sherpas and houses mystical Buddhist monasteries and is therefore also culturally extremely interesting. Together with the Annapurna Himal, the Khumbu Himals is the most popular trekking region of Nepal.


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Not the highest, but certainly the most beautiful mountain in the Annapurna Himal: The Machapuchare (6.997m) – pictured here in the evening glow from Pokhara – is considered sacred by Buddhists and Hindus alike and therefore is not allowed to be ascended. ©Trail Angels
The almost legendary reputation of the Annapurna Himal as a trekking paradise is based on its fascinating variety of landscapes: these range from the subtropical monsoon forests on its southern slopes to the Tibetan-like highlands around Manang and up to the ice-armored peaks of the Annapurna peaks. Although some trekking areas had to pay tribute to the progressive road construction in the last decades, there remains plenty of free space to hike off the beaten track as hardly in any other trekking region. The town of Pokhara on the shores of the picturesque Phewa Lake has developed into a true trekking hotspot with a special charm of its own.
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The mysticism of the hidden kingdom of Mustang can be felt especially in its rock monasteries. Pictured here is the remote rock monastery Luri Gompa ©Trail Angels
Until 1992, tourists were not allowed to visit the mystical kingdom of Mustang on the border with Tibet. And even today, you need a special permit to do so. Which is good, because Mustang has maintained a fascinating Tibetan-influenced culture. Just 6.000 people from the Lopa ethnic group live in this barren, windswept highland. Most of them inhabit picturesque fortified villages, often overlooked by monastery castles. Particularly impressive is the legendary capital of Lo Manthang, which is surrounded by a mighty fortress wall. Despite all the exoticism: Mustang is not an open-air museum, because hardly any other mountain region in this world is so saturated with spirituality as this highland in the rain shadow of the two eight-thousand-meter peaks Dhaulagiri and Annapurna.


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The possibilities of private trekking in Nepal are almost limitless. Shown here is the famous Great Himalaya Trail crossing the magnificent Sangda Pass between the historic kingdoms of Mustang and Dolpo. ©Trail Angels
Nepal is of course much more than the famous trekking areas around Mt. Everest and Annapurna. Our Fair Trails® partner agencies in particular are pioneers in introducing lesser known but nevertheless equally fascinating destinations. So if you want to go exploring, you can choose from many fascinating, largely undiscovered trekking destinations: from the “Wild West” of Nepal with hardly visited regions like Humla and Saipal, to the mystical highlands of Dolpo, to the far east, with the grandiose Kangchenjunga region on the border with Sikkim.
Khumbu Himal: Like a turquoise jewel in a sea of stone and ice: Resting during the ascent of Renjo Pass down to the third Gokyo Lake and over to the rooftop of the world: Mt. Everest, Lhotse and Makalu (f.l.t.r.) ®Trail Angels

Annapurna Himal: Trekking under the spell of the “fishtailed” mountain Machapuchare (6.997m). The “Matterhorn of the Himalayas” dominates the scenery in the south of Annapurna Himal, while the north is already Tibetan influenced. ®Trail Angels

Mustang: Trekking on the ancient salt route! For centuries, trade with the legendary Himalayan salt between Tibet and India has shaped the kingdom of Mustang. ®Trail Angels
Rolwaling Himal: This trek leads like no other directly from the fertile subtropical cultivated land up to a spectacular glacier world of the legendary Rolwaling. ®Trail Angels

Dolpo: The highlands of Dolpo can be called the “Tibet of Nepal”. Where altitude and vastness meet and a fascinating Tibetan-influenced culture exists. ®Trail Angels


Our Private Trekking Offers


The Trekking Classic
Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 18 days
Price: from € 1.733,- p.P.

Across the high passes

Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 21 days
Price: from € 1.923,- p.P.

The ideal trekking debut

Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 13 days
Price: from € 1.416,- p.P.

Off the beaten tracks

Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 18 days
Price: from € 1.707,- p.P.

The magic of the rhododendron bloom

Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 13 days
Price: from € 1.344,- p.P.

In the hidden kingdom

Individual guided Trekking journey

Duration: 14 days
Price: from € 2.267,- p.P.

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