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Upper Mustang Biking | 19Days

From $2700


At a Glance:
Tour Code: UMB019
Style: Cycling | Mountain Biking
Maximum Altitude: 4700m
Transport: Private
Duration: 19Days
Start in: Kathmandu |Airport
End in: Kathmandu |Airport
Price: US$ 2700 per person
Best Season: April-Oct
Trip Description

Upper Mustang Biking is truly an awe-inspiring adventure and a phenomenal experience that you'll never forget. Upper Mustang is all about desert-like topography. The dusty trails to Mustang has off road riding sections comprising bright sunshine blue skies during the day that will offer you more thrills and happiness. Upper Mustang biking is also a path of discovery of culture, breathtaking scenery, friendly heartwarming people and so much more exciting. On this ride you mingle with yaks in the high meadows and rub shoulders with nomads and village people.
This Upper Mustang Biking tour is designed in such a way that one can enjoy biking along with breath-taking sceneries. The tour will take you to Pokhara from Kathmandu, then to Muktinath in Jomsom. Then, the main biking routes will follow, including Chele, Syangboche, Charang, Lo-Manthang, Kagbeni, to name some. Sightseeing, mountain biking, pilgrimage, adventure & fun activities, all are the components of this amazing tour.

Outline Itinerary
  • Day 1: Arrival and transfer to hotel
  • Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu
  • Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (827m) by Private transport
  • Day 4: Fly to Jomsom (2,700m), assemble the bikes
  • Day 5: Ride from Jomsom to Kagbeni
  • Day 6: Ride from Kagbeni to Muktinath
  • Day 7: Ride from Muktinath to Chele
  • Day 8: Ride from Chele to Syangboche
  • Day 9: Ride from Syangboche to Charang
  • Day 10: Ride from Charang to Lo-Manthang
  • Day 11: Explore around Lo-Manthang
  • Day 12: Ride from Lo-Manthang to Gami
  • Day 13: Ride from Gami to Samar
  • Day 14: Ride from Samar to Chhusang
  • Day 15: Ride from Chhusang to Jomsom
  • Day 16: Ride from Jomsom to Tatopani
  • Day 17: Ride from Tatopani to Beni and Drive to Pokhara
  • Day 18: Pokhara to Kathmandu drive by Tourist vehicle
  • Day 19: Final Departure from Nepal
Highlights of the tour:
  • Cycling and mountain biking trip
  • Scenic mountain flight from Pokhara to Jomsom
  • Panoramic close up mountain vies
  • Visit to ancient monasteries, cave & fortress by biking
  • Natural water hot spring bath at Tatopani
  • Yaks, Mountain Goats and Horse caravan
What's Included:
  • Airport pick up and drop
  • Welcome and farewell dinner
  • All sightseeing trip as mentioned
  • All entry fees during sightseeing
  • Teahouse accommodation with breakfast during biking
  • All transport on a private coach
  • 3* accommodation with breakfast in the city
  • All Permits
What's Not Included:
  • Lunch and dinner in the city and during biking
  • Drinks and bar bill
  • Tipping
  • Personal insurance
  • Other things not mentioned
  • Bike
Holiday Information

Joining Arrangements & Transfers

All Clients travelling to Kathmandu will be met at the airport by a TTG representative who will arrange the transfer to the group hotel.  Please look at our logo at the arrival gate. 



While in Kathmandu the group will stay in a mentioned hotel or hotels with similar categories as on itinerary.  We choose hotels not to far from the main downtown. Most of our hotels will be in central located so that you can shop, eat and go anywhere easily.

Whilst on trek we spend in lodges/tea houses. The Nepalese trekking lodges also known as 'tea-houses' are simple, friendly and atmospheric. As they are far from the nearest road is it not surprising that they are simple establishments as everything must be carried up by porters or animals. Most of these lodges have heated dining areas which are often attractively decorated. Bedrooms tend to be quite basic and are unheated with wooden beds and foam mattress. You will need a sleeping bag. The lodges have shared washing and toilet facilities. Some lodges have solar powered showers (charged at $3 - $5 per shower) and battery charging facilities (also charged at a rate per hour). Staying at the lodges is a great way to meet fellow hikers and the locals. Most accommodation is arranged on a twin sharing basis and if you are travelling by yourself you will room with another single traveller of the same sex


Solo Travellers

Our group trips are designed for shared accommodation and we do not charge a single supplement. We believe single travellers should not have to pay more to travel. Single travellers joining group trips are paired in twin or multi-share accommodation with someone of the same sex for the entire trip. If you prefer to have your own single room then you have to pay single supplement, however the single room is only possible in Kathmandu not on the trek.



Typical meals provided in the lodges will include some Nepali dishes and some international cuisine from pizza and chips. However as a responsible tour operator we encourage you to eat local food whenever possible because this will help the local economic and these local foods are always fresh.

 We order meals in advance and your trip leader will suggest you what is safe and good to eat there. Breakfast will usually be porridge, eggs, bread, lunch will be a simple meal with a like noodle, rice, and dinner will be 2 courses consisting of soup, main meal. All drinks & beverages and Deserts are extra. In Kathmandu breakfast is included if you have booked the hotel with us. If you are vegetarian is great if not we still recommend you to stay vegetarian especially during the biking trip.


A Typical Day

Shortly after first light you should wake and start packing your kitbag and making preparations for the day. Coming down to the dining room we will be served breakfast from the lodge kitchen before setting off on the day’s ride. We will generally reach our lunch stop by mid-day after around 3 or 4 hours of biking, some days are shorter. Lunch is taken at tea houses along the route. This is normally a leisurely affair and is a great time for relaxing, reading and sitting in the sun. Our porters usually catch up with the group during lunch and then are well on their way to the evening’s stop by the time we set off again. It is usual for the afternoon’s ride to be shorter than the morning session. On arrival at the lodge the trek leader will organise everyone’s room. After checking in to your room you may wish to relax with a beer on the terrace of your lodge before taking dinner. Dinner is taken in the dining room which normally has some form of heating. This is a great time of day for reliving the events of the trek so far and for general socialising. By 9.00pm most bikers/trekkers will have retired to bed and by the whole lodge will be asleep.


Group Leader & Support Staff

The group will be led by an experienced English-speaking local leader, and there will be support truck for luggage and incase people can’t ride.


Spending Money

Approximately US$400-600 (or equivalent Swiss Frank, Euros etc.) changed into local currency, should be sufficient for miscellaneous personal expenses including tips for guide/porters, drinks for all. It is not necessary to obtain local currency (Nepali rupees) prior to departure. Swiss Franc, Sterling, US Dollars and Euros are equally acceptable for exchange in Nepal. We recommend that you carry your travel money in the form of cash, since you will exchange the majority of this on the day of your arrival in Kathmandu. If you prefer not to carry all of your spending money in cash, it is possible to withdraw money (rupees only) from ATMs in Kathmandu using your debit or credit card. During the trek it is possible to buy snacks, chocolate, tea, coffee, soft drinks and beer on most days. Please be aware that since everything has to be carried up, these items become more expensive as you gain altitude.


Guidance on Tipping

Tipping is the accepted way of saying ‘thank you’ for good service. Tips do not form part of the wages of your guides, porters and trek crew but they are very much appreciated. It is important to remember that tipping is voluntary and should be dependent on good service. Normally the tips are given at the end of the trek and this is best done as a group rather than from individuals. Most groups will give the tips with a bit of ceremony (or sometimes a party) on the last evening, to mark the end of the trip. The level of tipping should be determined by the group as a whole with everyone contributing an equal amount that all are comfortable with. As a rough guide, we recommend about 10% of your trip.  At the end of a trek many people also like to donate various items of their equipment to the porters and trek staff who work so hard to make the trip a success. Boots, gloves, hats, scarves and even socks (clean of course) are always warmly received by the porters. Technical clothing and equipment such as head-torches and trekking poles are highly prized by the Shepa crews. If you think you would like to donate equipment at the end of your trip, your local trip leader will make arrangements for a fair distribution among the biking crew.


Baggage Allowance 

Your baggage on trip will be carried by Vehicle so we normally don’t have exact allowance, however on the flight to Jomsom is maximum 10+5 hand carry so make sure you are in Limit. It is possible to leave clothes or other items not required on trip at the hotel in Kathmandu or Pokhara. 



This holiday involves going to high altitude. During the course of your trip you will reach altitudes in excess of 3800m metres. This is not something that you should worry about; the human body is quite capable of adapting to a very wide range of altitudes, but it is important that we follow some simple rules in order to acclimatize successfully. When we plan an itinerary we consider this very carefully and plan our holiday. 


Equipment List

The following checklist should help you with your packing. As a general rule, you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment to a minimum.



The following basic equipment checklist should help you with your packing. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your equipment down to a minimum. NB. This is just a check-list. We are not asking you to bring everything on this list; much will depend on personal preference. April-May is not a cold month in Nepal and most of the places we ride is hot during the day and cool in the morning and evening. Except 2-3 nights it will be mostly very warm so do not bring lots of warm clothing.

  • Fleece headband (to keep your ears warm)
  • Lightweight long sleeved thermal shirt
  • Lightweight windproof biking jacket
  • T-shirts (3)
  • Padded cycling shorts - baggy style
  • Underwear (4 pairs)
  • Lightweight trekking boots or just trainer is fine.
  • Sandals
  • Camelbak or 2 x 1 litre water bottles & cages
  • Sleeping bag
  • Small padlock & spare keys
  • Toiletries
  • Thermarest
  • Sunglasses
  • Fingerless biking gloves
  • Waterproof (breathable) jacket
  • Fleece jumper (eg Polartec 200)
  • Light weight trekking style pants
  • Warm cycling tights
  • Socks (4 pairs)
  • Cycling shoes
  • Spare laces
  • Small towel
  • Head lamp eg. Petzl Zoom (spare bulb & battery)
  • 4 large plastic bags (for keeping items dry in kitbag)
  • Basic First Aid Kit including: antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Imodium), altitude (Diamox), painkillers, plasters and blister treatment, insect repellent, and re-hydration salts (Dioralite). Glucose tablets and multi-vitamin tablets.


Passport & Visas

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport for each country that you visit. 

All nationalities require a visa. The visa fee is $40 for 15 days, $50 for 30 days, $120 for 90 days and is obtainable on arrival. Payment must be made in cash and USD, GBP or Euros are accepted. Please bring 4 passport size photos for different permits.


Trekking Permits – what do we need from you?

We need your passport copy or details (exactly like in Passport, all name has to be there) to make the necessary permit, issue the flight tickets and arrangement. Please make sure we have this one month ahead of your trip.


Health & Vaccinations

You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations or other preventive measures. You should be up to date with routine courses and boosters as recommended in the UK e.g. diphtheria-tetanus-polio and measles-mumps-rubella, along with hepatitis A and typhoid. Malarial prophylaxis is not usually required for trips in the mountains, however if you are visiting rural and remote low lying areas then they might be necessary. On holidays to more remote areas you should also have a dentist check up. 



The unit of currency in Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee. We can change this money in Kathmandu which has better rate than hotels and Airports. Guides will show you the place after arrival.


Electricity Supply & Plug

We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:


Preparing For Your Trip

It makes a lot of sense to spend some time before coming on a trekking/biking holiday getting some additional exercise. The fitter you are, after all, the more enjoyable you will find the experience. We suggest that you adopt a weekly exercise regime leading up to your trip. Regular hiking/biking in hill country is the best training but jogging, squash and swimming are also good for developing cardio vascular fitness and stamina. Note that you will encounter a lot of steps on the trail while ascending and you might wish to tailor your exercise to take this into account. Whatever your preparation you should make time to spend at least a few days prior to your trip making long walks in hilly country. It is also a good idea to do some reading about the country and the culture of the local people before you embark on an adventure holiday.



October to November and March to May are the best times for trekking& biking in Nepal. These months either side of the summer monsoon season are neither too hot in the foothills nor too cold in the higher elevations and they offer the best conditions for trekking/biking. The last 2 days can be a little hotter while riding.  Pre-monsoon is the best time to see the colourful blooms of the rhododendron at lower elevations. The post-monsoon months usually offer the clearest skies and the most settled weather. At either of these periods you will encounter a wide range of daytime temperatures during your trip from approximately 25ºC in Kathmandu to approximately 14ºC at 3000 metres, and approximately -3ºC at high passes. The ‘real feel’ temperature in the middle of the day will be much warmer than this but at night in the rarefied air the temperatures plummet and you can expect to experience overnight temperatures below freezing anywhere above 3000 metres.



  • Lonely Planet Guide to Nepal. Lonely Planet
  • Rough Guide to Nepal. Rough Guides
  • Trekking and Climbing in Nepal. Steve Razzetti
  • Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya. Stan Armington
  • Kathmandu and the Kingdom of Nepal. Prakash Raj
  • Portraits of People: Nepal Himalayas. Eric Valli



Mustang Region Map. 1:50,000. Nepa Maps

A good scale map with contour interval at 40 metres. This is the definite map for Upper Mustang Cycling Tour.


Not to forget?!

Please do not forget to come with a positive attitude, flexibility, a sense of humors and an appetite of adventure and discovery!


What others are saying about us ?

What lonely planet said about us: “Long-established trekking company with a breadth of experience and an easy-to-find location. Trekking Team Group 

What Rough guide said about us: "A very reliable, super friendly agency offering top-notch service.”

What Stefan Loose German Guide Book said about us: “Ein Absolut verlässlicher, superfreundlisher veranstalter  mit erstlkassigem Service” 

Dates & Price:

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Day 1: Arrival and transfer to hotel

Arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. A traditional warm welcome by our airport representative. Short briefing about the package in the hotel. Typical welcome dinner in the evening.

Day 2: Sightseeing around Kathmandu

After the pre-trip meeting, you will be taken for sightseeing of Kathmandu Valley to explore the vibrant city after breakfast at your hotel. You will have a private vehicle and a professional tour guide at your disposal. Drive to famous Buddhist Stupa Swayambunath, also known as Monkey temple, on the hill of Kathmandu Valley where you can see stunning view of mountains and Kathmandu valley. This temple attracts Buddhists and tourists from around the world. Swayambhunath Stupa is the most ancient and enigmatic of all the holy shrines in Kathmandu valley. Its lofty white dome and glittering golden spire are visible from far and wide. Next is Pashupatinath, the temple of Lord Shiva. This is probably the most famous temple for Hindu in Indian Sub-continent. There is crematorium beside the temple where dead bodies are burnt to ashes. After exploring Pashupatinath you will visit fascinating sights of Patan Durbar Square, one of the most glorious examples of traditional Nepalese architecture, full of century’s old temples and palaces. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (827m) by Private transport

After breakfast drive towards the beautiful town of Pokhara in western part of Nepal. Taking fresh air, enjoy the staggering beauty of an area surrounded by some of the world’s highest mountains. In the afternoon, we boat across Lake Phewa for magnificient views of the Annapurna mountain range. Watch reflections of their dazzling white peaks sparkle in the mirror-like water. Annapurna range is probably one of the finest mountain panoramas in the world. Enjoy the sunset in the lake and take dinner in one of the famous restaurant at lake side.

Day 4: Fly to Jomsom (2,700m), assemble the bikes

Wake up early in the morning for sunrise and hopefully catch a glimpse of the mountains before you head to the airport. It takes 20 min to reach Jomsom from Pokhara which is above the Pokhara valley and deep into the heart of the Himalaya. Jomsom also known as Dzong-Sampa or New Fort, is a town located at an altitude of about 2700 m in Mustang District, Nepal. It extends over both the banks of the Kali Gandaki River. Assemble bike and take a ride around jomsom. Overnight at hotel in Jomsom.

Day 5: Ride from Jomsom to Kagbeni

Today early in the morning after having breakfast you will ride to Kagbeni from Jomson. Assemble your bikes and spend some time riding through the cobbled streets of the bustling town. After having lunch and some rest then you follow the next trail to Kagbeni, riding the relatively flat section along the river trail in Kagbeni. Enjoy the beautiful Tibetan village of Kagbeni. Overnight in Kagbeni.

Day 6: Ride from Kagbeni to Muktinath

Early morning wake up to see spectacular sunrise view and have breakfast. Leaving behind the beautiful village of Kagbeni, today you cycle off-road uphill for the most part. Following on the dusty jeep track towards the foreboding Thorung La Pass, you will have an oppurtunity to explore the ancient monastery at Jhong along with the sunrise enjoying the incredible mountain views. Finally after a short riding you arrive Muktinath mid afternoon. Explore around Muktinath Monastery and Temples. Overnight in Muktinath

Day 7: Ride from Muktinath to Chele

Today you ride up to Chele from Muktinath after hot breakfast. Cross the check post and suspension bridge on Jhong border, after that following the dusty dry walking trail you will enjoy so much till small pass 3900. Then biking in single track down hill you will reach Chhusang village. Continue your short and easy ride towards Chele. Explore around Chele and overnight in Chele lodge.

Day 8: Ride from Chele to Syangboche

A hard day of riding, leaving behind Chele, ride in to the hills. You have to cross four passes between Chele to Syanboche which are Taklam La 3624m, Dajori La 3735m, Bhena La 3860m, Yamda La 3860m that's why the trail is little bit ups and down today. Continue riding the mixed zeep track and steep downhill with some sections of carrying and pushing you will reach Syanboche.

Day 9: Ride from Syangboche to Charang

Early morning heavy breakfast and off on the trail. The first leg of the day starts off with easy and short climb to Syanboche La. Passing a few teahouses, chortens, local villages and Nyi Pass, you descend to Ghami(the third largest village in the Lo region) which offer inspiring views of Mustang, Annapurna and Nilgiri. Riding onto single jeep track you will finally reach Charang. This is a beautiful section of the ride and defiantly a day to get your camera out. Here you can find the greatest library in Lo and the 400 year old Gulpa Sect Monastery.

Day 10: Ride from Charang to Lo-Manthang

Leaving Tsarang on a trail leading down and across a small river, you climb steeply up a rocky trail to a cairn on the opposite ridge and then follow the Thuling Khola on the new, dirt road towards Lo. Once past that landmark, you reach the tiny, green doksa of Sungdala. Continuing along the same trail, the landscape becomes very Tibetan in character, the high desert plains of the Himalaya. Start to see snow peaks ahead of you. The pass leads through a partial tunnel of rock, and to the right of this are strung Tibetan prayer flags. Climb to the ridge to the right for wonderful views down to Lo Manthang and the aptly named ‘Plain of Aspiration’, below you.

Day 11: Explore around Lo-Manthang

These days are for rest and exploration of Lo-Manthang, this outstanding historical and cultural center. You will visit four major gompas during the stay. The palace is the house of the king and his queen. Although the king is titular now but he helps people to resolve local issues. The town itself is fascinating and offers innumerable opportunities to observe rich Tibetan culture. In the afternoon there are three interesting Monasteries to visit, one of them is over 900 years old and displays some of the most beautiful Thangka paintings found in Nepal the intricate details and vivid colours of these paintings is a stark contrast to the wide open spaces of the region. Follow the upper reaches Kali Gandaki River, crossing over several of its tributaries. Here you will find Ghom a cave tunnelling into the mountainside which is the historical site of a Monastery and the cave of one thousand windows. The way back from Ghom is beautiful single track through traditional villages.

Day 12: Ride from Lo-Manthang to Gami

Early morning wake up for hot breakfast, start riding back to Ghami through challenging but exciting alternative routes that take you over the Pang La Pass situated 4,132m in altitude which offer you a great Himalayan views. From here a thrilling downhill takes you to Ghar Gompa, a beautiful 1200-year-old monastery, and amazing red landscapes of Dhakmar village. The vegetation at Dhakmar is greener that in other places of Upper Mustang. After an hour’s ride on mostly undulating single tracks, we reach Ghami in the late afternoon.

Day 13: Ride from Gami to Samar

Today you ride to Samar from Ghami after breakfast in your hotel. There is quite a bit of climbing involved today. Mostly today you ride single track sections climbing until 3800 meters and again downhill to Syangboche. The sceneries are much more different and you,ll see spectacular view of Annapurna range. After two hours of riding a single track downhill takes you to Samar. The quaint Buddhist village of Samar is one of the larger ones in Mustang.

Day 14: Ride from Samar to Chhusang

From Samar to Chhusang ride through newly built dusty downhill jeeptracks along the Kali Gandaki River. You will be passing two small passes, Dajori La (3735m) and Taklam La (3624m). It offers an incredible rare view of Himalaya’s vultures soaring in the sky. Continue your ride downhills to Chhusang for your overnight stop.

Day 15: Ride from Chhusang to Jomsom

After heavy hot breakfast begin your cycling from Jomsom To Tatopani going through downhill section along with gentle, flat and winds in and out of the valley sides through pine forests and small villages. Following the river, there are good views of the snow capped peaks and beautiful waterfalls. Upon arriving Jomsom relax your body and muscles taking natural water hot spring bath at Tatopani.

Day 16: Ride from Jomsom to Tatopani

After heavy hot breakfast begin your cycling from Jomsom To Tatopani going through downhill section along with gentle, flat and winds in and out of the valley sides through pine forests and small villages. Following the river, there are good views of the snowcapped peaks and beautiful waterfalls. Upon arriving Jomsom relax your body and muscles taking natural water hot spring bath at Tatopani.

Day 17: Ride from Tatopani to Beni and Drive to Pokhara

From Tatopani, your next ride will be Beni after some hours of biking. Ride from Tatopani to Pokhara. It is an easy ride of about 18 kms. Following the Kaligandaki River, the trails throw some exciting riding with its dirt trails with heavy rocks around. Spend some time exploring the Beni town and drive back to Pokhara. Spend your night in hotel of Pokhara.

Day 18: Pokhara to Kathmandu drive by Tourist vehicle

We’ll drive back to Kathmandu. Spend the rest of the day exploring, shopping or just relaxing in Kathmandu's numerous cafes and rooftop restaurants before spending the evening celebrating your achievements. Farewell dinner at a Nepalese restaurant with cultural program. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 19: Final Departure from Nepal

Your final day in Kathmandu is very free. You can do whatever you like. Many prefer for shopping while some other want to explore cultural aspect of the Kathmandu valley. Our local guide helps you find appropriate place for shopping as per your need and interest. Farewells! Our airport representative will accompany you to the airport see you off.


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Additional Information

This is ADVENTURE travel, and many of the trip destinations in this site are remote areas, within under developed countries, where events are less predictable than is usually the case in. The unexpected is the norm in these areas and, despite painstaking planning and organization, our adventure trips can never be taken for granted like regular trips. Many of the places that we visit do not have the same quality of emergency health and safety services that you are used to in the developed world. Internal flights can be canceled, road transport is generally uncomfortable and unreliable, and hotels often do not approach the standards of the West.


IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED FOR THIS, YOU SHOULD NOT TRAVEL WITH US. This unpredictability also means that the itineraries that we put forward for each of our trips should be seen as statements of intent, rather than as contractual obligations. A variety of factors, including weather, transport difficulties and political instability, might dictate that we change any itinerary. The trip leader will make any changes that are necessary, after consultation with the group. Only rarely will such changes be significant, and we will always do everything within our powers to minimize the effects of the enforced changes. We cannot be held responsible for the results of changes or delays, irrespective of how they are caused.

What makes this trip different ?

Trekking Team Group is the major supporter of Ambe Foundation, an apolitical and not-for-profit organisation. We contribute our support for the development of some community schools in remote villages in Nuwakot district. We have been supporting Gramin Devi School and Khumbeshwori School, both community-based educational institutions, through donation, sponsorship and partnership in various projects. To know what we do and why we do please click here.


Trekking Team Group donates one percentage of its total business profits to the foundation on yearly basis. The donated amount supports the ongoing maintenance of Gramin Devi School and Khumbeshwori School in Nuwakot.


One of the major activities of Ambe Foundation is the children sponsorship programme. It is conducted in full collaboration with Trekking Team Group.

Partnership (Volunteering Program)

The Ambe Volunteer Programme, organised by Ambe Foundation and Trekking Team Group, aims to mobilise teams of experts and interested individuals effectively for education, health and community development in Nuwakot district.

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