An intense journey: trekking to Langtang…. Charlotte shares with us her experience of a trek in Langtang, the Himalayan region that has suffered from the earthquake but is now coming back to life.
160 km. 9 full days of trekking. 4600m altitude. 27 litres of water drunk. Probably as much was sweated. And thousands of stars. Kyanjing Gompa: the final push before we reach the village where we will end our day.
Eight hours of walking, eight hours of putting one foot in front of the other, sometimes alone with our thoughts, sometimes laughing or rebuilding the world through animated discussions. And all the time, contemplating the beauty of the Himalayan peaks.
Dreaming about endless heights and timeless adventures? To make your dreams come true, you should be in Nepal for trekking in the Himalayas. The Annapurna range is one of the top ten highest peaks in the world, Annapurna I, rising to 8091m. It is also one of the most difficult to climb among all of the Himalayan circuit, far more dangerous than Mount Everest. Even the well-known trekking route takes around several days of walking in a magical landscape to conquer the summit. Continue reading →
Following the earthquakes of last April and May, the team of Shanti Travel would like to thank all those who contributed to a tremendous show of solidarity for our friends living in Nepal. It will probably take a few years to heal the scars of the disaster. But in the meantime, we believe that the best way to help the people of Nepal is to continue to travel to this wonderful country. Continue reading →
Five days after the terrible earthquake that hit Nepal, we would like to update all of you about the situation that has unfolded in Nepal every day since Saturday with our teams, our travelers and friends who are there. Continue reading →
For all those who thought one visits Nepal only to climb the highest peak in the world, here are several reasons to prove that a holiday to Nepal is more than just the Mt. Everest Trek. Continue reading →