Several factors need to be considered when deciding which Yoga Trek route to choose: it depends on the number of days you have available, your level of fitness, the season during which you are travelling, and the kind of experience you would like to have.
One of the unique things we offer at Kamala Yoga Nepal is that we offer shorter and longer versions of most of our treks. We know that our guests usually have a relatively set number of days available and we have tailored our offering in order to be able to offer something to everyone!
If you have very little time available
Do you only have very limited time available but would still like an authentic Himalayan nature experience with beautiful views? We have the perfect option for you, the Nagarkot Yoga Hike, which starts from and ends at Kathmandu. This is our shortest option and perfect for a quick but immersive experience. Nagarkot is famous for its beautiful sunrises and stunning Himalayan views.
If you are a trekking beginner with a modest level of cardiovascular fitness
No worries: we can accommodate almost any level of cardiovascular fitness. If you are a complete beginner, you might wish to stick with the Nagarkot Yoga Hike which starts from Kathmandu, or the Jomsom Muktinath Yoga Trek or the Panchassee Yoga Trek which start from Pokhara. The requirement for these treks is that you are able to walk for up to 6 hours in easy hilly terrain.
If you would like a trek that starts from and ends at Kathmandu
If you would like a trek that starts from and ends at Pokhara
Most of our Treks start from Pokhara: Our Annapurna Basecamp Yoga Trek, Annapurna Circuit Yoga Trek, Jomsom Muktinath Yoga Trek, Khopra Ridge Yoga Trek, Mardi Himal Yoga Trek, Panchassee Yoga Trek, Poon Hill Yoga Trek.
If you would like to have very close up views of mountains
If you would like to maximise your chances of clear views
There are never any guarantees when it comes to the weather, but if you book your trek for the high season of October and November, the chances of clear views are very high. Chances are also good in December, January, February, March, April, and the beginning of May.
If you would like to trek during the monsoon season (June-August)
The best trek to do during this time is the Jomsom Muktinath Yoga Trek. This route lies in the Himalayan rain shadow and is therefore largely shielded from the rain.
If you are very adventurous and would like a challenging trek
Our most challenging treks are the Annapurna Circuit Yoga Trek and the Everest Basecamp Yoga Trek. With both these treks, we reach altitudes of over 5000 metres above sea level, almost close enough to touch the sky. The Annapurna Basecamp Yoga Trek is a close second at 4200 metres above sea level, and with some challenging ascents and descents.
Take a look at our calendar to see what we have on offer in the coming months!
View all our Yoga Trek/Hike Routes.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.