About us

Women empowerment trek has been a leading trekking since 2015. Led by the naturalist female trekking guide Sushila Acharya who has been leading eco- tourism and trekking since 2007. Women empowerment trek has lead the way in the trekking, jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, sightseeing, hiking, trekking in Nepal, and travel in India and Tibet. We have been an established and popular company with an excellent trek record for the best traveler’s satisfaction and enjoyed. We believe in keeping the trekkers happy and providing best and adventures treks, experience guides, porters and very competent price

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Our Services

Have a glance at our trekking and adventure package our company provide.

Why trek with us

Empowering womens in trekking

100% Customizable

Tell us about your trip requirement. We'll work together to customize your trip to meet your exact requirement so that you have a memorable trip.

Local Experts. Middle-man Free Pricing

We're a local travel agency. When you book with us, you get best possible price, which is middle-man free.

No Hidden Charges

We don't add hidden extras cost. All trips include travel permit, lodging and fooding. There are no surprises with hidden costs.

Transparent Payment

Women empowerment trek takes care of fair and transparent payment for her porters and guides

Safety First

Women empowerment trek 1st class organization and safety for your personal trekking experience

Empowering womens in trek

Women empowerment trek empowers local female guides and porters by giving them the chance carrier upon mountain guiding

Recent Articles

Pollution in mountains

Air pollution from vehicles, industry and the burning of plant material can choke off the formation of precipitation in some semi-arid mountainous areas, threatening critical water sources, a new study finds. Aerosols, or tiny particles suspended in the air, could potentially affect the climate by reflecting light …

Trekking in Nepal: Guerrillas in our midst

We had encountered Maoists in Nepal before. On the Annapurna Circuit Trek in 2003, two men visited our teahouse demanding a “donation” to the revolutionaries’ cause. Extortion by another name, it was a strangely businesslike transaction, with negotiations, payment of 1,000 Nepalese rupees (about £5), …