Marson wilderness Trek Pvt. Ltd. was established and registered in December 2015 with a licence to run all types of treks and mountaineering expeditions in Nepal. After working for more than 25 years at Nepal's oldest trekking agency, four senior staff started their own company. one of the four partners are six times Everest Summiteers and since the company started, it has handled many successful expeditions and treks.
Marson Wilderness specializes not only in ordinary treks and expeditions, but can also handle filming, research projects and many other types of adventure experiences. The company endeavours to be as environmentally friendly as possible by using kerosene for cooking on all treks, disposing of waste properly and bringing all non-biodegradable waste out from treks.
Marson wilderness Trek Pvt. Ltd. concentrates on personal service and attention to detail in all aspects of the planning of treks.
Come to Nepal for an experience of unsurpassed beauty and adventure! Enjoy magnificent views of the highest snowy peaks in the world. Explore Kathmandu's busy, narrow streets of colorful open markets and bazaars. Visit fascinating Buddhist monasteries and Hindu temples. Trek along terraced hillsides through friendly villages where a simple lifestyle still exists. Cross deep mountain gorges on delicate, but sturdy, suspension bridges.
Come to Nepal for the experience of a life time! Bring your friends, family or a group for customized travel, trekking or climbing with Marson wilderness Trek Pvt. Ltd. of Nepal. Treks are specially designed for you. If you are an energetic, ardent climber, we will find a peak for you and supply expert Sherpa guides. If you are interested in watching birds or mountain photography, we can create a more slowly paced trip of any length to fit your schedule. We can also coordinate your stay in Nepal to coincide with local festivals and ceremonies. Our competent staff can help plan for and outfit mountaineering expeditions to major Himalayan peaks of Nepal.
Come trekking with Marson wilderness Trek Pvt. Ltd. of Nepal. We can plan for your individual needs according to your busy schedule. We can assist our clients with hotel reservations, meet them on arrival and arrange for sightseeing tours or mountain flights. Arrangements for treks include provision of all camping equipment, tents, sleeping bags if needed, mattresses, food, Sherpa Sardar (Guide), Sherpa camp staff, porters, transportation to and from trek, Trekking Permits, Visa Extensions and National Park entrance.
Trekking in Nepal is for people of all ages who are physically fit and enjoy walking. Porters or pack animals will carry all your gear except what you need for the day's walk. Your small daypack may include camera, water bottles, warm jacket or rain wear. Treks are planned for gradual acclimatization in higher altitudes. An average day begins with hot tea, warm washing water and a light breakfast. You may walk 8-10 miles over rough, sometimes steep trails for 6-9 hours, but walking at your own pace, a friendly Sherpa guide will always be nearby. A delicious hot lunch will be ready for you at a scenic spot after the morning hike. Teatime at the end of the day is for relaxation and sharing. Our Sherpas will set up two- man tents, a toilet tent, and dining tent complete with a portable table and stools for your comfort.
Following is the list of popular treks:
The government of Nepal has opened the Nagpa La area (up to the pass) for trekking, which is one of the most remote, wild areas in Nepal. Other recommended treks could be planned to Gatlang, Langtang, Gosaikund. Information is available on request.
We have designed some low budget treks in which our clients stay in local lodges and teahouses, selected by us. Each trek is guided by a Sardar (guide) and the accommodation is on full board basis. Unlimited by the constraints of fully organized treks our clients walk at their own pace and will have opportunities to meet local people and share the culture and traditions with them.
We only book lodges and teahouses that use gas or kerosene for cooking; in this way we try to reduce our environmental impact. (On fully organized treks we have to provide fuel and kitchen gear for porters also, entailing hiring of extra porters for porters).
Many of you have dreamed of reaching the summit of a mountain among the many Himalayan peaks in Nepal. Many smaller Himalayan peaks can be successfully climbed by amateur mountaineers and strong trekkers on a relatively short holiday.
The government of Nepal has opened several peaks that are known as "Trekking Peaks" for trekking groups with permission from Nepal Mountaineering Association. Permits can be obtained at short notice for a reasonable price with little paperwork. These climbing treks which can be climbed in less than three weeks, including the trek in and out, will be led by our Sardars, some of whom have climbed Mt. Everest and other Himalayan peaks.
The above peak is among 33 peaks open under Group A and B. For peaks other then listed above, there is need for additional arrangements and logistics. Also more time is required. Comprehensive information on there peaks are available on the website of Nepal Mountaineering Association,www.nepalmountaineering.org