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Sherpa Heritage Trails

Authentic trekking specialist in Nepal

About Sherpa Heritage Trails

Sherpa Heritage Trails is an authentic trekking specialist in Nepal. We have a passion for off beaten treks, (Sherpa) community trekking and expeditions.

Our company is founded and owned by Sherpa. All born and raised in the heart of the Himalaya. That is why we know the trails like no other. We know how and where to offer you the best possible views, the most special encounters and enriching experiences.
There is no better way to explore the Himalaya than with a Sherpa.

We offer tours for both the individual trekker as groups, and for schools and volunteers. We can customize any trip to meet your interests, physical abilities and personal schedule.

Throughout all our programs we endorse responsible tourism. Our main goals are:
- Trekking staff and porter welfare
- Respect local culture
- Protect the children
- Carbon footprint offset
- Preserve nature & safeguarding forests
- Support local communities
- Give back to the local community

We have been awarded with the sustainable certificate Travelife Partner of Travelife

We believe in giving back. So for every booked client we give back to the Tashi Delek Foundation . The foundation supports local communities in the remote parts of the Solukhumbu with agricultural knowledge, water management and a model farm.

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Our Activities

  • Alpine
  • Backpacking
  • Bicycling
  • Bird watching
  • Climbing
  • Cultural
  • Culture-focused
  • Day hiking
  • Eco-focused
  • Exploring
  • Family
  • Geotourism
  • Hiking & Trekking
  • Ice
  • Mountain
  • Mountain
  • Nature
  • Paddlesport
  • Rafting
  • Religious
  • Rock
  • Safari
  • Voluntourism
  • Walking
  • Wildlife

Our Destinations

  • Asia
  • Bhutan
  • Eastern Asia
  • Nepal
  • Southern Asia
  • Tibet
Makalu base bamp Nepal
Tsho Rolpa lake Nepal
Dolpo - An ancient culture in a rugged landscape of Western Nepal
Mera Peak 6476 m./ 21247 ft. in Nepal
Kanchenjunga in Eastern Nepal
Langtang Valley Nepal

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