Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd is a legally registered and accredited trekking, tour, and Holiday Company based in Kathmandu, Nepal. Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd is registered with the Government of Nepal under the Company Act of Nepal and is a member of the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), and Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) and has fulfilled all the legal liabilities to operate tourism activities in Nepal and Tibet and Bhutan.

Where is Outfitter Himalaya Located?

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd is in Thamel Marg, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Why Travel with Outfitter Himalaya?

Traveling is not just about spending time and money. You have dreamed of traveling for many years and must travel with an authorized and registered company to fulfill your dream. We suggest you do not travel with an illegal company that is not allowed to operate your trips.

You can find many websites on the internet offering trips without registering the company, and they are not authorized to do this business. Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd is a government-registered company and has fulfilled all the legal liabilities.

Reasons to book your trip with Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd.

Registered, Certified, & Authorized

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd is a government-registered company authorized to organize trekking, tours, travel in Nepal, and tours to Tibet and Bhutan. We have fulfilled all the legal liabilities to the Government of Nepal; please look at our legal documents and certificates from the Government of Nepal and other related organizations.

Experienced Working Team

We have many years of experience in this tourism business. We at Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd focus on guided holidays and offer experienced guides on our trekking, tours, jungle safari, river rafting, and climbing, which make lots of difference on your trips. Traveling with locals is our main principle.

Fixed & Private Departures and Tailor-made/Tailor-made Itineraries

Outfitter Himalaya offers fixed departure small group trips for those looking to travel in a small group. We organize group trips for single, light-minded people. So, travelers who want to travel in a group can join our fixed departure group trips.

  • We also offer private departures for those who want to have private trips and want to have a tour of their pace.
  • We also offer tailor-made itineraries for those with special interests, and the set itinerary given on our site could be more suitable for them.

Best Prices and no Hidden Extras

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays offers a highly competitive price, and they are fair because we maintain good relationships with hundreds of hotels and airlines that give us their best offers. We offer fixed prices and the same for everybody, with no hidden extras and no service charges.

Full Range of Travel Services

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays offers all tourism activities in Nepal, including trekking, tour, rafting, hiking, jungle wildlife safari, hotel reservation, ticketing, charter arrangements, vehicle rental, adventure tours, mountain climbing, paragliding, bungee jumping, village tours, cultural tour, tour in Bhutan, tour in Tibet and much more.

Happy Clients & Repeated Costumers

Customer satisfaction is our top priority & 99 percent of our customers have succeeded in achieving their goals on their trips and are satisfied with our services. We have over 50% repeat customers who will not look elsewhere once they travel with us. If you have traveled with us already, you know us, and if you are traveling with us for the first time, you will know. You can read what our previous review says about us.

Flexible Payment System

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays P. Ltd has many convenient payment options for the trip. While you book a trip with us, only 10% is required to pay in advance for the Nepal trips and only 50% for the Tibet and Bhutan trips to confirm the trip. The remaining balance is payable when you arrive in Nepal for the Nepal trips and only 29 days before the Bhutan and Tibet trips.

Comfort and Safety

The safety & security of our clients/customers and staff during our trips is our top priority. Our leaders are trained and highly experienced in leading groups through the Himalayas. They all have special training in first aid & crisis management. In the rare case of an incident on the trek, they organize a rapid medical evacuation.

We also carry first aid kits on all our treks and climbs, which are readily available for customers and staff. We constantly communicate with our field staff and monitor all aspects of government and weather issues that might affect your trip. Also, we are always available on our 24-hour emergency phone line, and in case of emergency, helicopter rescue is needed.

7x 24-Hour Service

We at Outfitter Himalaya serve you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are mostly online and also give a phone number to all customers for communication, whether we are discussing the trips or while you are on tours. So, the customer can contact us any time they need.

Minimum Impact on Nature & Culture

Outfitter Himalaya Holidays believes that beautiful nature & culture are the most significant assets to developing a country like Nepal. So, we never undertake any activity that goes against nature and culture.

Use of Locals

  • Outfitter Himalaya Holidays always uses local experts in all the necessary posts, such as guides, Sherpa, cooks, and porters, who are skilled in their field of work.
  • We serve the local production and fresh food, which supports your health on one hand and contributes to the rural economy on the other hand.

Responsible Travel

All areas of our operations are planned with a responsible tourism policy in mind, and we require our business partners and clients to have an essential role in it. The following are some ideas we follow and ask you to follow:

Our Guidelines

  • Buy locally made crafts and support local skills to encourage the positive sides of tourism.
  • Consider tipping a reasonable amount for good Service.
  • Bargaining is an accepted practice in all countries we visit- but do so in good humor.
  • Think carefully about giving money to beggars; it is often more effective to give money to a local charity to reduce reliance and expectation.
  • Try not to damage any plants you see on the trail.
  • Wild animals should not be touched, fed, or disturbed, and do not encourage local people to parade animals.
  • Do not collect firewood; all the treks use kerosene for cooking.
  • Please burn all waste paper and bury it away from a water source (30m), and please use toilet facilities if they exist.
  • Our policy is to carry out all non-biodegradable rubbish; if any is left, please bring it to the guide's attention.
  • Bring along environmentally friendly; use detergents and shampoos as little as possible.
  • Be economical in using fresh water for showering and washing as often they are in short supply.
  • Consider offsetting the environmental effects of international travel by contributing to Climate Care.

Social Norms & Values

  • Learn some words of the local language, which is appreciated and often results in getting more out of the experience.
  • Ask for permission before taking photographs out of respect for the local people.
  • Enjoy the areas you visit, but, if possible, leave them in a better state than you found them in.
  • Respect the local laws, customs, and cultural beliefs.
  • Observe the dress code of the area and be aware of differences in social behavior and norms.
  • Do not buy ancient artifacts or souvenirs made from endangered species.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

The tourism industry is having a highly positive impact on Nepal's rural economy. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is gaining importance in Nepal's tourism industry. As a responsible company, We at Outfitter Himalaya strive to promote CSR principles & practices in our tourism business. And this makes the company more innovative, productive, & competitive.

We at Outfitter Himalaya are committed to improving the lives of Nepalese low-income families & children by supporting many social organizations & individuals.


It is great to make new friends in different parts of the world during travel. We are friendly and always happy to make new friends. So, accept and enjoy offers of hospitality when you have time. Take the time to chat with the locals, where you will learn about their daily lives, culture, and lifestyle.

Remember, "Come as a Guest & Go as a Friend."

What is the best time to travel to Nepal?

We have a slogan in Nepal: “Nepal is for all seasons,” which means it is possible to travel to Nepal any time of the year. Nepal is the place for numerous tours and activities, and depending on which tours/activities you plan to do/experience in Nepal, you can choose the time to travel to Nepal.

However, the autumn (from mid-September to mid-December) and spring (from the beginning of March to the end of May) are considered the best time for trekking and climbing in Nepal.

The weather is generally clear with mild to warm days and cold nights in the Autumn Season, mornings are usually clear, and afternoon cloud build-up brings occasional showers in the Spring season. The days are warm, and the displays of wildflowers, such as rhododendrons, are spectacular at this time of year.

We have many tours and treks in Nepal that are doable in winter, like trekking in the lower parts of Nepal. Similarly, it is possible to do trekking in the trans-Himalayan part of Nepal in the summers, such as Mustang and Dolpo, and other sightseeing tours, Jungle safaris, hiking, and day tours can be done at any time of the year.

How to get a Nepal tourist visa?

Border entry points in Kakadvitta, Birgunj, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Gaddachowki on the Nepal-India border, and Kodari and Kerung on the Nepal-China border.

A Nepal tourist visa is also available at the nearest Nepal Embassy or diplomatic mission for Nepal in your country. A visa can also be obtained (for renewal purposes) at the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Kathmandu. A valid passport and one passport-size photo with a light background are required. The Immigration Department has not specified the size of the passport-size photograph.

You can apply and get a Nepal Tourist visa. Apply for a Nepal Visa online.

What to do in Nepal?

There are many tourism activities to do in Nepal. Trekking, sightseeing tours, hiking, climbing, and jungle safari are a few. You can search for a suitable travel package on our highly informative website.

Where to visit Nepal?

There are plenty of places to visit in Nepal. The most popular are the Himalayas, National parks, Conservation areas, and Heritage sites.

Find detailed information about places to visit in Nepal.

Do I need insurance to travel to Nepal?

Yes, it would help if you had travel insurance while traveling to Nepal, and there is always some risk while doing the high mountain trek in Nepal in case of sickness or injury. We do everything to transfer you to the nearest hospital. Know more about Nepal Travel Insurance.

Where to stay in Nepal?

The places to stay are significant when you travel. You need to sleep overnight wherever you travel or whenever you travel. Being a travel company, we offer places to stay while traveling in Nepal with Outfitter Himalaya. There are many places to stay, depending on where you travel. You can have budget hotels to 5-star luxury hotels in cities, simple guesthouses, and a homestay in trekking trails.

Know more about places to stay in Nepal.

How to get to Nepal?

There are many ways to get to Nepal, which are below: overland or air connection.

By Road

Nepal is connected by road from India and China (Tibet only) - The border to Enter Nepal by road is below.

(1) Kakkarvitta on the Nepal-India border

(2) Birgunj on the Nepal-India border

(3) Belhiya, Bhairahawa in the Nepal-India border

(4) Nepalgunj on the Nepal-India border

(5) Dhangadi on the Nepal-India border

(6) Mahendranagar on the Nepal-India border and

(7) Kodari & Kerung on the Nepal-China border

By Air

Many commercial airline services have connected Nepal to the rest of the world. Nepal Airlines is the national flag carrier of Nepal, with flights to/ from Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Bangkok, Doha, Hong Kong, and other countries. Other airlines operate flights to and from Nepal.

Why Guided Trip With Outfitter Himalaya?

Traveling is visiting new places and knowing about the destinations you travel to. The neighboring countries of Nepal, Tibet & Bhutan have applied a controlled tourism policy, and all the travelers need to take guided tours, and no tourists are allowed to travel solo & individually without an organized tour and guide.

However, most tourist places, except some of the controlled areas in Nepal, allow tourists to visit themselves without taking a guide. However, there are some reasons why you should go on a guided trip to Nepal.

To know the destinations well

You can only visit most places in Nepal with a guide. However, you will only look at them and take some photographs, and you will never know the stories behind those historical sites. The historical places in Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal have a long history, many stories, legends, arts, and architecture, and you can know them well only when you take a guided tour of Nepal.

We offer a local expert guide on our guided tour and trekking, who offers interpretations of your destination, people, culture, lifestyle, history, geography, political systems, and much more. You know that no one can interpret the destination better than the locals. You will have authentic information about the destination.

To travel safely

Most of the trekking in Nepal goes into the high Himalayas, and it is risky to travel alone without a guide in those remote areas. I hope you have read and heard the bad news that many individual trekkers have been lost and not found yet because some trekking trails go into the high ridge, thick forest, & across the streams. So, people may lose their lives in small mistakes, and they can lose their way to their destination or return to the same trail.

Take our guided trekking, where there will be a guide to offer all the information about the places, trekking trails, and mountain sickness.

Our guide helps rescue/evacuate you from the mountain in case of an emergency, which will save your life. You will not have this opportunity if you do not take our guided trek.

To travel without worry

When you take our guided trekking or tour in Nepal, we arrange all the related travel services from your arrival at the airport to your departure from Nepal. The arrangement includes airport transfer, booking accommodation, transport, flights, tours, guides, porter, permits, entrance fees, and whatever is needed. You do not need to worry about your tour; enjoy it.

To support and generate the local economy

When you take our guided trekking or tour, that is supportive to generate the local economy in Nepal. For your information, Nepal has an unemployment problem, and tourism is a fast-growing industry in Nepal that can offer job opportunities to thousands of people.

Your travel to Nepal can provide jobs to many people, including me, as an organizer, guide, driver & porter. Your travel with us will help Nepal's local economy.

We at Outfitter Himalaya will wait for you to welcome you in Nepal.

Namaste, and See you soon.