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What is Trekking?
Literally, the word 'trekking' refers to gentle walk along Himalayan trails that has been appreciated by all as the most happening open - air activity. But we can find that trekking has been discovered as the soul cleansing accomplishment desired by anyone who welcomes nature. Level of difficulty depends largely upon where, when and how one is trekking. With proper preparation before and having observed basic trekking rules, Nepal is regarded as a safe country to trek. Nepal provides a myriad of opportunities for trekking enthusiasts from easy to physically demanding Himalayan excursion. There is no pressure to speed up step during hiking and trekking. We rather encourage you to set your own leisurely pace allowing yourself explore the beauty of close surroundings abundantly. It is simply not a job of walking from one place to another heading towards a final destination, but more a continuing experience of Nepal's diversity in terms of ethnicity, religions, topography, etc. Thus, it is not concerned with distance. At the higher elevation, trekking will be based on rest and explore in between to enable you adjust with the new environment and to meet full acclimatization.
Basically, trekking can be categorized into two types comprising of tented camping trek and teahouse trek. How to make a trekking depends upon the routes chosen. Tented camping trek is suitable where there is not teahouse infrastructure and economical for large groups which costs comparatively high for small team. Whereas, while trekking on the most popular routes connected with good teahouse network, lodge to lodge trekking is recommended. The main emphasis should be placed on keeping oneself safe, warm and healthy while ensuring a momentous journey.
"Endless opportunity to see, experience and enjoy ...wonderland Nepal"
Globally renowned trekking site in Nepal is no other than Annapurna region which comprises of three major trekking routes lying towards the north of central Nepal: Jomsom, Annapurna Sanctuary, and a circuit of the Annapurna Himal itself. The diverse terrain and the communities with varieties of cultures of the region make this area the most popular trekking areas of Nepal. You are definitely rewarded by sensational mountain scenery, tops are Dhaulagiri (8167m), Annapurna (8091m), Manaslu (8156m), Lamjung Himal (6983m), Machapuchhre (6993m), Tukuche Peak (6920m), Tilicho Peak (7134m), Nilgiri (6940m) and complex assortment of traditional cultural. The Kaligandaki passing between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri is the deepest gorge in the world. Cultural variety from Hindu communities to Buddhist, Aryans to Mongols, famous Gorkha soldiers, fortresses, villages, valleys, most rainy areas to the rain shadow areas of Nepal –all with extreme contrasts from each other make each day's walk a different experience. According to the recent survey held by Modern Maturity (USA), this region has been declared as the world’s most spectacular trekking trails.
Pokhara "The city of lakes” would be either the starting point or ending point of your trek in the Annapurna region. Naturally enriched and picturesque town located at an altitude of 3000 feet is Pokhara, lying on the lap of great massive Himalayan ranges. One of the best tourist destinations, Pokhara is only 200km west of Kathmandu valley. It is within easy access by both air and road.View All Trips >
This uncommonly charming destination is most excellent and suitable introduction to the Nepal’s legendary cultural variety and eyeful mountains’ vistas including the earth’s highest point – Mt. Everest (29035ft/8848m). Holiday in the Everest region is designed to coincide with close – up view of snow –capped Himalayas view and inspirational trip along the dramatic and beautiful path passing through some of the fine Sherpa villages and definitely present you the absolute benefit of visiting old, artistic Buddhist monasteries, what's more, offering you rare opportunity to summit some of the eye - appealing peaks including Mera peak (21247ft/6476m), Island peak (20285ft/6183m), Pokalde peak (19049ft/5806m) and many more.View All Trips >
This is another most exceptional trekking site placed north of Kathmandu in the middle of the Great Himalayan Range on the Tibetan border and is within easy access. This region abounds in natural and cultural blending several vegetations, endangered animal species including Himalayan Red Panda. Pika, Musk deer, Himalayan black bear, common Langur etc.
This site has been identified as the alluring holiday destination among tourists from every corner of universe. Helambu, situated north of Kathmandu, offers vast potentials for trekkers with many scenic villages inhabited Sherpa and Tamang. Gosaikunda, a glacier lake, is the most famous one with several other glacier lakes adjoining it.View All Trips >