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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking is the highlight of a visit to Nepal. The range of geographical features, variety of vegetation and rich Himalayan culture award trekkers with unique trekking experience. Thousands of visitors trek to different parts of Nepal every year to experience the charm of nature and culture. Most treks go through altitude between 1,000 to 4,000 meters, while some popular parts reach over 5,000 meters.

Protected regions along the Himalayas like Shey-Phoksundo, Langtang, Sagarmatha, Makalu-Barun, Rara, Kanchenjunga and Shivapuri national parks, and Annapurna and Manasalu conservation areas, provide excellent trekking options. For group trekkers arrangement for food and accommodation are managed by the trekking crew, while independent trekkers can find night rest and food halt at small lodges and tea houses that dot the main trails. Independent trekkers should be self sufficient. As per new regulations, all trekkers are required to carry TIMS card on their trek. For further details on trekking information please log on to (official web site of Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal).

Nepal offers excellent trekking options to visitors from the easy walking excursions to the strenuous climb of the snowy peaks. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal’s natural embellishment and cultural assortment is to walk through the length, breadth and the altitudes of the country. Trekking in Nepal is a big part of the ultimate Himalayan Adventure and a majority of tourists have trekking as a part of their itinerary.

Nepal is a unique destination for trekking because of its unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches. And the most appropriate way to experience it is walk through them. Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday and tough of easy walking trip following well developed trails. With a trek around Nepal, you will directly experience our culture and way of life of different ethnic people, religion and festivals.

Everest Region Trekking

Everest Region TrekkingThe areas around Khumbu are commonly called as the Everest Region. It is also know as the home of Sherpa people and the mysterious Yeti. This trek comprises. Not only the Everest Base Camp but also Namche Bazzar, Lukla, Tengboche and the whole Solukhumbu, which are at the lap of looming Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world and also the mount Ama Dablam. The trek to Khumbu area is not only famous for trekking and expedition but also for the Sherpa culture. One can enjoy and learn ...

Annapurna Region Trekking

Annapurna Region TrekkingThe Annapurna region: This is fascinating and charmful land of biodiversity, largest protected area of Nepal, known as the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA).the unique biodiversity, the scenic grandeur in combination with the multi-cultural,multi-lingual as well as multi-ethnic diversity make it the world’s most popular trekking destinations.

The Annapurna region, It was opened to foreigners since from 1977 A.D. The Annapurna circuit trek has been highly praised as a spectacular trekking route ...

Langtang- Helambu Region

Langtang Region TrekkingGosaikunda region is easily accessible from Kathmandu. Each are in itself is a good choice for those with limited time. It offers many features that range from culture to adventure. In a week to ten days, any one can visit one of these areas by crossing high mountain passes. A three-week trip could cover all the three areas. The Himalayan views overall are not quite as spectacular as in the Annapurna or Khumbu region, but they remain unforgettably beautiful plus the trails are less crowded and the people ...

Restricted Area Trekking

Restricted Area TrekkingThere are many parts of Nepal into which the entry of foreigners is strictly controlled and you either cannot get a permit for those regions or must travel with a liaison officer and pay for a special permit. Some areas specifically closed to foreigners. When planning your trek, assume that these areas will remain closed. Don't count on a last-minute change in the rules. Police check posts are numerous in the hills and police will turn you back if you try to trek into a restricted area ...