PMPE 8 – Nepal – 15th to 26th March 2011

PhotoMalaysia PhotoSafari is organising a PMPE 8 to Nepal from 15th to 26th March 2011. This trip includes an easy trekking in the Annapurna region,  photo hunting in Pohkara and Katmandu.

This trip offers great opportunity to have an intimate perspective of the people staying around the Himalayan region. The trekking is considered very easy and tailored specially for photographers to allow enough time to take photos along the way. It is a once in lifetime experience to be trekking along the Himalayan range not to mention the health benefits from this workout. The trek along Annapurna is one of the best treks in the world. There are proper stone lined roads, steps and lodging houses along the way. There is no need to pitch tents in the open.

We will spending some time photographing around Pohkara, a tourist town made famous by the hippies in the 60’s. Katmandu with its diverse culture and historical buildings offers numerous photography opportunities.

For bookings, detail itinerary and pricing, please email to [email protected]






Leave Comment
  1. The Himalayas is one of the three places you MUST go to before you go to see your maker. The other two are the North Western Frontier of Pakistan and the Patagonia. After the Nepal trip Maxby and I will go on to do a recce for Tibet, and targeting a PMPE there either for Sep-Oct 2011 or the spring of 2012. The highlight of Tibet will be to drive through the switchbacks that are the Himalayan passes, where you will be in photography nirvana, with spectacular views of the world’s highest peaks at all times. We’ll then go down the northern slopes of the Himalayas towards Tingri where the highlight will be to shoot the North Face of Everest at dawn from Tingri. We are also planning for India and another trip to Bangladesh in 2011, and Africa in 2012.This is simply advance notice for you to budget your leave carefully if you plan to join these little adventures of ours…..

  2. ahtiang

    hello, i’m interested in joining the Nepal conquest…possible to send me the itinery and pricing please… thanks…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *