Welcome to Dilmaya Treks and Expedition

We are an adventure trekking company based in Pokhara, Nepal, providing a broad range of services. Our goal is to delight our customers and thereby become the leading trekking company for the visitors who are interested in trekking, mountaineering, adventures, and area tours. We have provided hundreds of high quality trekking adventures for visitors from all over the world. You can read their testimonials here.

Our Specialty : Experience the traditional hill village life, meeting and mingling with the indigenous peoples who live there, while exploring the unsurpassed Himalayan landscape. Your journey will be led by an English-speaking guide native to the villages.

Sustainability : We employ local labor and put money back into the Annapurna natural environment and into the preservation and perpetuation of the traditional way of life of the hilltop villages.

One Stop Shopping : We can also coordinate your trek to add area tours and other adventure activities like Paragliding, River rafting, Jungle safari and Ultra light flights. In Nepal, 'Dilmaya Treks and Expedition Pvt-Ltd' and our professional, knowledgeable and trustworthy staff will go the extra mile to make your trip comfortable and memorable.

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One Day Tour in Nepal

One Day Tour in Nepal

Explore the "Hidden Villages"

Hidden Villages

Dil Maya Trek & Expeditions can guide you through any of the well-known trekking routes. However, for those who prefer the road less traveled, we also specialize in routes not well-known to other trekking companies that avoid the heavily frequented Annapurna tourist trail, utilizing pathways used primarily by the Himalayan people living in the hills, through villages principally occupied by the Gurung people and others, and through unspoiled areas of Himalayan Nepal rarely visited by outsiders.

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Who is Dil Maya?

By Prof. Alan Macfarlane | Cambridge University

I first met Dilmaya Gurung in 1969 when she was a teenager. I was adopted into her family, so she became my younger 'sister'. When I returned again and again to Nepal from 1986 with my wife I lived with her and her family in the mountain village of Thak. She became my best anthropological informant and the subject of many hours of my films.

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