Successful Annapurna Treks - Spring 2016

Namaste !
Our respected Guests from Germany and Switzerland have successfully trek to Thorung la Pass of heights 5416m -Annapurna Circuit started from 10-28 April 2016 and Annapurna Base Camp at 4130m started from 26th March-6thApril 2016. Congratulations to all ! These treks are so wonderful.

Walking into the Nature, feeling close to Buddhists and Hindu cultures, friendly people, visiting world heritage sites in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Patan, relaxing but adventure tour to Chitwan National Park and Seeing giant views of beautiful mountains of Dhaulagiri 8167m and Annapurna 8091m and many other eye catching peaks really make you excited and purely you can enjoy the trip to Nepal.
Thanks for their adventure travel in Nepal; I hope that they really enjoyed the Himalaya trip.
Tej Panta | Asian Expedition (p) Ltd.

Posted on May 6th 2016 by tej  |  comments    

British Prince Harry Visits in Nepal

British Prince Harry in Nepal...
“I really hope that everyone who took an interest in the tour can see Nepal is a country you really have to come and visit… But most of all you have to come to meet the Nepali people. I have rarely in my life felt so welcomed as I have over the last few days. I have to come to Nepal to meet the people, to visit heritage sites, national parks and Himalaya. The people and the beauty of this country is hard to leave”

- British Prince Harry

- 23 March 2016

Posted on March 24th 2016 by tej  |  comments    

Successful Mera Peak Summit-2015

On 15th Oct 2015 at 9:00am, a super beautiful day for Matthias Jäger, Throsten Kutschke, Claus Hausi, Kaila Tamang and I were on Summit of Mera Peak 6476m. Røbert Røck and Daniel were reached above 5000meters. I would like to congratulate all my valuable Clients who stood on Summit of Mera Peak and above five thousand meters. The climbing program was started from 5th Oct to 23rd Oct. I hope that they enjoyed very much the trek & climb and got lot of experiences & stories. My heartfelt thanks to our Climbing Sherpa Kaila Tamang, Cook man Bisu and all the porter staffs. Thank you very much for yours Nepal visit.Tej Panta | Asian Expedition (p).Ltd.

Posted on October 29th 2015 by tej  |  comments    

Nepal Messages

Namaste !
After devastated Nepal hit by the deadly earthquake of April 25 and the subsequent aftershocks, slowly this country is raising. The reopening of World Heritage Monuments in Kathmandu Valley gives a positive message to the world that Nepal is back to business and is waiting for tourists to welcome them. Unlike in many parts of the world, the Heritage Sites of the Kathmandu Valley are a part of day-to-day life of its people. Rituals, tradition, festivals and culture starting from birth to death are centered around these places. Therefore, these sites are living museums signifying the essence of life in Kathmandu Valley, as it has been through the centuries.
Out of 75 districts of Nepal, only 11 districts were hit by the earthquake. Chitwan, Pokhara, Lumbini, Bardia, Annapurna, Everest, eastern region and far west region of Nepal also escaped damage, and are ready for business. Among the 19 protected areas, only three were affected.
If all the tourists would decide to stay away from Nepal this would be another catastrophe.
Therefore my team and I are ready to welcome you and operate all Nepal treks/climbs/ expeditions /safari and tours in Nepal except Langtang region (temporary close) , Rolwaling & Manalsu circuit (the trail will run from autumn season). If there will be any routes change or disorder, will definitely first hand inform to you.

We are waiting you for your warm welcome in Nepal Himalaya as it always before.
Thanking you!
Sincerely yours
Tej Panta
Asian Expedition (p). Ltd.,


Posted on June 30th 2015 by tej  |  comments    

Earthquake hits Nepal

Dear Friends,
Namaste !
This is a very tragic time after the deadly earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 . The death toll rises everyday and thousands people are injured and thousands people are homeless. This total catastrophe brings us so sorrow, painful and pushed us down to a darkness!
Still there haven't been searched and rescued in remote areas and needs time to get the actual data of human being lost & survivors. Survivors rest under normal tents in Nepal after a massive earthquake devastated vast portions of the Himalayan nation.
Focusing on relief distribution to the earthquake victims, until now it is less than few.
So Please Support Nepal, your small contribution may save the lives!  Here is a link to support , Please click here
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Thank you.
Tej Panta & Asian Expedition (p).Ltd

Kathmandu, Nepal

Posted on May 4th 2015 by tej  |  comments