Nepal Trekking Information

Nepal is one of the finest destinations for trekkers who desire a variety of trekking options. In fact, the entire length and breadth of the kingdom is a paradise for the trekkers. The spectacular mountain scenery, its diverse flora and fauna, and its complex mix of cultures make for a perfect formula for traveling in the countryside. Except for a few roads, trekking through different parts of Nepal is really the best and ultimate way to experience the country’s unbeatable combination of both natural beauty and cultural scenery. The towering peaks of the Himalayas are the main highlight of most treks. Perhaps the most enjoyable part of any trek is the clean mountain air and magnificent views of the mighty Himalayan peak. There are many levels of trekking from easy walks lasting a few days to strenuous expeditions that take several days. One can trek along the beaten trails or the virgin trails in the giant Himalayas. You can trek up to the foot of great Himalayan ranges such as Mount Everest, Annapurna,Langtang, Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Dhaulagiri, etc. Alternatively, you can make a circuit of the higher mountain range. There is something for everyone in Nepal. The trip will take you through the country that has captured the imagination of mountaineers and explorers for over a hundred years.

Opportunities to observe the Nepalese people’s fascinating culture and traditional hospitality are some of the main reasons for trekking. The ideal trek is neither strenuous climbing nor an entire experience of wilderness. Most of the trails fall between 800 and 3200 meters and pass through cultivated landscapes and dense settlements, where you’ll have a glimpse of the Nepalese people's lifestyle and customs. It is an opportunity to encounter people in mountain villages whose lives are untouched by modern civilization and who have been practicing their traditional ways for centuries. Trekking in Nepal is a unique experience and a special kind of mountain holiday, unlike other parts of the world. One will feel at peace with nature and with oneself.

Just imagine yourself walking along the pristine forest of juniper and rhododendron through isolated hamlets and picturesque small mountain villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups while encountering friendly people walking along the scenic river bank with enchanting valleys, rocky gorges, terraced fields viewing mountain peaks, graceful waterfalls, watching a variety of birds, different types of animals, seeing monasteries, temples, and breathtaking landscape…