Mountain Sisters Treks and Expedition (MSTE) is a privately owned Nepalese trekking company working in conjunction with the Mitrata-Nepal Foundation, a Kathmandu-based organization which has been providing care to underprivileged children since it's inception in the year 2000. MSTE arranges treks, tours, sightseeing, and adventure activities for groups of all sizes and from all walks of life. The link between MSTE and the Mitrata-Nepal Foundation means that proceeds from your travels will directly benefit the sons and daughters of the Mitrata-Nepal children's home in Kathmandu. Read More »

Everest Base Camp Trek

Along the trek to Everest Base Camp you will find some of the world's most breathtaking scenery - in proximity to the 8,848 meter.

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Annapurna Circuit Trek

Offering encounters with diverse cultural settlements and landscapes varying from sub-tropical.

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Ghorepani Trekking

The trek to Poon hill in the lower Annapurnas is suitable for all ages and fitness levels .

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Muktinath Jomsom trek

This trek follows the easier portion of the Annapurna Circuit, excluding the excessive altitudes of the Thorong La pass.

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Gosainkunda Trek

A picturesque journey through the Langtang National Park to the holy lakes at Gosainkunda.

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Manaslu Trek

Enter a world of remote and ancient monasteries in a landscape steeped in Buddhist and Hindu traditions.

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Namaste and Welcome!

Mountain Sisters Treks and Expeditions is the initiative of Nanda Kulu, founder of the Mitrata-Nepal Home for Children in Kathmandu. Read More »

Volunteer Tour

This special tour was originally created for a friend of Nanda Kulu, owner of Mountain Sisters

Nepal Wildlife Safari Tours

Covering an area of 932 square meters in Nepal's southeasternsub tropical lowlands, called the Terai,

Nepal Heritage Tour

Explore the historical sites around Kathmandu and visit the famously beautiful temple of Changu Narayan,

Taste of Kathmandu

The Royal Chitwan National Park is situated in south central Nepal, covering 932 km2.