A trek in Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday. Nepal’s geographical conditions make for some of the most exciting and breathtaking trekking the world has to offer. Nepal is truly one of the worlds beautiful countries, not just in nature but in its culture and variety of ethnic groups inhabiting it. Compared to trekking in other Himalayan countries like India and Pakistan, Nepal offers better serviced trekking routes, making trekking for you easy and comfortable for you. Though if you are not inclined to stay in teahouse and want a more wild experience there are limitless opportunities for camping and fully self supported remote trekking in Nepal.
Trekking in Nepal has captured the imaginations of mountaineers and explorers from more than 100 years. The lifestyle and habits of the inhabitants of the mountain regions has not changed for generations, the village people offer a huge sense of hospitability and welcome to trekkers and mountaineers a like, its often form the people that trekkers take there fondest memories.
It is not complicated or expensive to trek in Nepal. One of the biggest parts of your trekking experience is your guide. Your Nepali guide will be everything to you along the trek and for most people life long friendships are formed with their guides and the guide’s families. Nepal is a country of friendly people belonging to many different ethnic groups, each having their own variety of culture, religion, festivals and castes etc.
Of course Nepal also offers the highest mountains in the world. Mountains like Sagarmatha, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri are major attractions for trekkers coming to Nepal. Trekking in Nepal gives you the chance to walk amongst these giants and in some cases to the very foot of them, where you truly will be exhilarated. Not only are there mountains in Nepal, but a diverse range of flora and funa. Many of Nepal’s trekking regions are encompassed by national parks with a diverse range of wildlife, some rare and endangered. If you are lucky you may spot a tiger or an elusive snow leopard. Any trek in Nepal will involve walking through diverse forests, from sub tropical to alpine as well as different environments, like barren mountain landscapes , lush alpine meadows and rocky snow covered passes, not to mention the ice falls, glaciers, high altitude and frozen lakes….what more could you want form a trekking holiday? If you have the time and are planning on a trekking holiday, Nepal is a must destination for you.
For Trekkers with no previous trekking experience and seeking a short and relatively easy trekking at warmer and lower elevation, we offer a diverse range of easy trek in a Warmer, lower elevations, there are a few options available, although these former treks have been… ...Read More
Yoga is considerably an important exercise to keep the balance of our body and mind. Daily meditations, yoga, stretching, massage helps in fulfilling physical exercise of strengthening and opening the mind while trekking. And daily walks for 4-5 hrs make a complete exercise. In addition,… ...Read More
Everest region is famous for trekking as well as peak climbing. The prominent magnetisms of this area are the majestic mountains, the high mountain villages, the isolated monasteries, and the local Sherpa peoples. This area includes the highest mountain in the world, Everest at 8848m,… ...Read More
Annapurna Region gains its name from Mount. Annapurna, which is the 10th highest mountain in the world. Annapurna is a series of peaks in the Himalaya, a 55-km-long Massif whose highest point, Annapurna I, stands at 8,091 m (26,538 ft). It is located east of… ...Read More
Mustang is an ancient Himalayan Kingdom which lies in the northern central part of Nepal and at the top of the Kaligandaki River. Upper Mustang consists of two distinct regions: the southern part and the northern where the languages, culture and traditions are alike to… ...Read More
Manaslu trekking is geographically and culturally fascinating. Unlike other parts of Nepal, Manaslu is a very fine trekking destination which offers great mountain scenery, Tibetan culture, astonishing glacier lakes, old monasteries, dominant ethnic groups, typical Nepalese houses, green forest full of pines, oaks, rhododendrons bamboo… ...Read More
Langtang is the popular trekking region in Nepal which lies to the North of Kathmandu and bordering Tibet. Most of the area of Langtang region is protected by Langtang National Park which also includes the high and panoromic peak Langtang Lirung (7246m). The most popular… ...Read More
Off the beaten paths treks is to witness remote and un-spoilt locations of Nepal which are less touristic. Such treks are great mountain journeys into the wilderness and ideal for those trekking enthusiasts who are up for adventure and challenging hikes. Most of the times,… ...Read More
Village Trek allow visitors to experience a stay in a typical Nepal village. You will get to stay in home of the villagers and during your stay, you will get delicious local food and drink and comfortable accommodation provided by your host family. You are… ...Read More
The most catastrophic earthquake hit Nepal on the 25th of April 2015 with massive loss of lives and shaking the basic infrastructure of the country. Nevertheless, Nepalese are trying hard to bounce back and help/support from various countries is coming in. In this situation, there… ...Read More
Trekking during winter in Nepal is quite possible though you definitely need to pack warm clothes. One benefit trekking at this time of the year is the trails are not crowded and the weather is also incredibly clearer with great views as you get higher. ...Read More
Was traveling with a friend through India and Nepal, my one "must do" in Nepal was to see Mount Everest. Didn't have enough time to do the trek and the flight around the Himalayas seemed lame. We found the option to have a freaking helicopter take us up into…Read More