Thamel, Kathmandu,Nepal


Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is a paradise for those people who want to organize expedition and trekking since 1950s. The Northern Himalayan ranges including the top peaks of the world are the prime attraction for tourists. With the top peaks, Lakes, Glaciers and highest passes of the world, Nepal is a perfect place offering the stunning views and most challenging trials of the Earth. Trekking in Nepal is a perfect opportunity to make a trip of your lifetime. There are three main popular trekking regions in Nepal. The first most popular and easily accessible trekking area is Annapurna region. Annapurna region rewards you with spectacular views of Mountains, Lakes, Glaciers, Passes and unique Himalayan lifestyle. The route of Annapurna region is easily accessible to comfortable hotels and lodges. Everest region, popularly known as Khumbu region is the second favorite destination for tourist. Four of the highest peaks of the world above 8000 meters high lie in this region. Yak herding is the main activity of the people of this region and it affects the daily lifestyle of the Himalayan people. Mainly, Sherpa race people lives here and they are popular for their mightiness in the Mountains. The third trekking region is Langtang region where trekking can be done parallel to exploring the culture and cultural heritages of this area. The peculiar Himalayan lifestyle, culture and traditions can be unfolded in this region. Although other regions of Nepal provide a great promise for trekking, they are not easily accessible to roads, airports and other facilities.


Annapurna Region Trekking

Trekking in Annapurna Region, Nepal Annapurna Region treks, Nepal Hiking, With an area of 7629 square kilometres, it hosts most of the spectacular and challenging trekking trials of the world. Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) is the largest conservation area in Nepal. Approximately 100,000 population .....

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Trekking in Everest Region

Trekking in Everest Region is popularly known as Khumbu region that falls under Sagarmatha National Park. Sagarmatha National Park is listed as natural heritage list by UNESCO. Sagarmatha National Park is distributed at an area of 1148 square kilometers. Elevation ranges from 2845 meters to 8848 meters .....

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Trekking in Langtang Region

Langtang region is located 130 km North of Kathmandu valley and is protected under Langtang National Park. This National park is the first National Park to be announced for the list of National parks in Nepal. In Tibetan language “Lang” means “Yak” and “teng” means “to follow” and therefore .....

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Restricted/ Remote Area Trekking

Restricted area/ Remote area trekking will need special preparation before entering this area. All these areas need special permit to enter this region. Some of the areas are restricted in order to protect the culture, lifestyle and traditions from being changed. ..

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Trekking in Dhaulagiri Region

The most challenging off beaten track of Nepal is Dhaulagiri region. Most of the trekking trials of Dhaulagiri region are away from village settlements and there are no tea shops on the way. The classical camping method of trekking is the only alternative trekking basis on Dhaulagiri region as there .....

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