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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal

Are you wondering about how to get the most out of your trips to Nepal? Then, better choose trekking in Nepal.

Nepal is a land of the diverse topography. And the land of varied climatic conditions with an increase in altitudes. Starting from the altitudes as low as 1300 meter, Kathmandu, many treks take you to the foothills of the world’s highest peaks.

Depending on where you wish to trek, the treks in Nepal varies from a day’s short treks to a month-long trek. Whichever trek you choose in Nepal, all you get is the everlasting memories and the satisfaction.  

The ever-smiling snow-covered peaks and perennial rivers make Nepal trekking the best trekking in the world. Not to forget the lush green hills and forests with millions of Flora and Fauna. The culture-filled adventure in the serene surrounding is what Nepal trekking trip offers.

Trekking in Nepal has two categories based on the accommodation mode you choose. Either Teahouse trekking or, Camping. In most of the popular trekking trails, you find enough hotels, tea houses, and lodges for accommodation and food.

Whereas, in some remote trails you go for camping trekking where you set the camp under the vast sky. And, enjoy the night under the shining blankets.

For trekking in Nepal, you have to get specific permits depending on the route you choose. You can either collect these permits at Nepal Tourism Board, Kathmandu or at the trailhead of the respective treks.

Also, there are many chances you may go through different difficulties while on the trek route. Situations like flight delays, cancellations, serious injuries, and robbery are frequent. For such unexpected situations, you need to insure yourself before the trek.

For trekking tours in Nepal, you can go in a group with the registered trekking agencies like us. Or, you can go on solo treks. Solo trek is for those who wish to walk on their own pace and wish to design their own itinerary.

But, there are few restricted trekking areas in Nepal where you cannot trek alone. You need to hire a licensed guide, porter, or porter-guide to go with you.

Nepal trekking trip takes you to the diverse terrains. From the foothill of the world’s tallest peak- Mt Everest, to the deepest Kaligandaki gorge.

Or, from the most thrilling treks to the mountainside of Kanchenjunga to the remote and rain shadow area of Mustang.

In a small country like Nepal, you find a diverse terrain with a slight variation in altitudes.

Nepal trekking is synonymous with trekking in the Everest region. Many people come to Nepal to walk on the lap of Mount Everest and catch a glimpse of it.

But, there are several other trekking regions as well which are famous among the trekkers.

Some include trekking in the Annapurna region, Manaslu region, Langtang region, Kanchenjunga region, and many others.  These treks range from moderate to difficult treks. So, you need to be physically fit and enthusiastic to complete your journey on time.

However, there are many short and easy treks around Kathmandu and Pokhara valley. These include Chisapani- Nagarkot trek, Changu Narayan- Nagarkot trek, Poonhill trek, Panchase trek, Siklesh trek, and so on. These treks are best for those who are short in time but still wish to join best trekking tours in Nepal. 

Wherever you go trekking in Nepal, all you experience is the spectacular mountain views and the pristine landscape. Plus, enticing lifestyles of the rural people, and their everlasting hospitality.

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