Welcome to Middle Hill Trekking

There are two main reasons why you should choose Middle Hill Social Links Trekking; for one, our prices are very realistic and affordable compared to our competitors, but more importantly, our goal is not to get rich from you – 10% of all our earnings goes to improving the education in the rural areas of Nepal. Our company is made from all native Nepali people who want to give back and improve the community in which they live. We work so that our clients can say that they've had the best time of their lives after collaborating with us. With our unique and imaginative trekking and travel itineraries for individual clients as well as for groups, fulfilling and exceeding our clients expectations is our norm. With our mutual conversation, our clients have unforgettable experiences.

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News & Events

Celebration of World Tourism Day 2015

Celebration of World Tourism Day 2015 in Kathmandu together with different government agencies as well as travel trade associations. - Source: http://www.taan.org.np

World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations' principal vehicle

World Environment Day (WED) is the United Nations' principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the environment. Over the years it has grown to be a broad, global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated by stakeholders in over 100 countries. - Source: http://www.taan.org.np

 

 

Tourism In Nepal

Bhotekoshi Rafting

Bhotekoshi is one of the fast flowing river for sh...

Trishuli Rafting

Nepal is one of the beautiful destinations for tou...

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak (6,461m/ 21,190 ft) is an exciting, scen...

Island Peak Climbing

Embark on a wonderful adventure with Island Peak t...

Festivals In Nepal

  • Losar

    Tibetan New Year commences with the new Moon in February and falls in either Magh or Falgun. In the Kathmandu Valley it is welcomed with particular fe...

  • Maha Shivaratri

    Shiva’s birthday falls on the new-Moon day of the Nepali month of Falgun. Festivities take place at all Shiva temples, but most particularly at...

  • Holi

    This exciting festival (also known as Fagu) takes place on the full-Moon in the month of Falgun. Occurring late in the dry season, the water that is s...

  • Seto Machhendranath

    This chariot festival isn’t as spectacular as the larger Rato Macchendranath festival in Patan but is nonetheless still quite impressive. The fe...

  • Bisket Jatra

    Nepali New Year starts in mid-April, at the beginning of the month of Baisakh; the Bisket chariot festival in Bhaktapur is the most spectacular welcom...

  • Ghode Jatra

    April- May The Nepali Army takes over the Tundikhel parade ground in Kathmandu on horse-racing day to display its equestrian and motorcycle skills....

  • Buddha Jayanti

    May–June (Jeth) Buddha Jayanti - A great fair is held at Lumbini (the birthplace of Lord Buddha) on the date of Buddha’s birth (which i...

  • Ghanta Karna

    This festival is named after ‘bell ears,’ a horrible demon who wore bell earrings in order to drown out the name of Vishnu, his sworn enem...

  • Naga panchami

    On the fifth day after the new Moon in the month of Saaun, nagas (serpent deities) are honoured all over the country. Nagas are considered to have mag...

  • Janai Purnima

    Around the full Moon in the month of Saaun, all high-caste men (Chhetri and Brahmin) must change the janai (sacred thread), which they wear looped ove...

  • Gai jatra (Bhadra)

    August–September This ‘Cow Festival’ takes place immediately after Janai Purnima and is dedicated to those who died during the pr...

  • Krishna Jayanti

    The seventh day after the full Moon in the month of Bhadra is celebrated as Krishna’s birthday (also known as Krishnasthami). An all-night vigil...

  • Teej

    The Festival of Women lasts Bhadra new Moon, and is particularly celebrated at Pashupatinath he festival starts on the first day with a sumptuous meal...

  • Gokarna Aunsi

    The Nepali equivalent of Father’s Day is celebrated by visiting fathers at their homes or honouring deceased fathers at the Shiva temple in Goka...

  • Indra Jatra

    This colourful festival at the end of the month combines homage to Indra with an annual appearance by Kathmandu’s Kumari (a living Goddess), pay...

  • Tihar

    Tihar - Also called Diwali or Deepawali after the third day of celebrations takes place in late October or early November. It is the single most im...

  • Dashain

    Nepal’s biggest annual festival, Dasain, lasts for 15 days. It celebrates the victory of the goddess Durga over the forces of evil (personified...

  • January–February (Magh) Magh sankranti -

    One of the few festivals not timed by the lunar calendar, this ritualistic bathing is dated by the movement north of the winter Sun. Soon after, on th...

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