Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal gives you the best chance to explore Nepal Mountains, people’s cultures, traditions and lifestyle for intrepid visitors who are always on a quest for trekking and hiking adventurers in Nepal. Captivating Landscape and verities of flora and fauna have made Nepal as best trekking and hiking adventure sport. Hiking and Trekking in Nepal is one of the lifetime experiences.
Once you visited Nepal you feel like to come back again and again due to friendly behave, helpful nature and charming face of Nepal people. Trekking in Nepal is one of the options to explore unusual biodiversity, geography, and landscapes.
Nepal trekking adventure is a way of seeing the country and people.You can feel the friendliness of Nepalese, charming and stunning views of the Himalayas and traditional lifestyles of every different ethnic group. Nepal International Treks are highly active trekking operator is based in Kathmandu which offers all type of trekking in Nepal with over decade experienced guides and supporters. Trekking in Nepal is probably the best way to explore the country in every sector. There are mainly two different types of trekking.
One is tea house/lodge and another is camping/organized trek. Nepal trekking has divided into two types which are tea house/lodge and camping/organized. Teahouse trek comparatively easy and cheap the Camping trekking. Nepal has mainly three popular trekking destinations those are Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang trekking regions.
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The route stretches in the highest wildlife reserve in the world, the “Sagarmatha National Park.” It covers an average area of 1,148 sq. km. of Himalayan ecological zone. The park’s altitude ranges from 2,845m at Monju to the top of the world, UNESCO listed the park as a World Heritage Site in 1979 for its unique natural, cultural and landscape characteristics. It is also the home to two eight thousand meters giants Cho Oyu (8,201m) and Lhotse (8,516m) besides these there are several other famous peaks above 6,000m. Apparently Everest region trekking changes trekkers some sort of self- pretentious because being near and around to the highest part of the world provides a sense of delight and glorifying achievement.
The moment one hears a name of Everest it is enough for anyone to picture a moment standing in a place on top of the world with peaceful environment and breathtaking panoramic view of the mountains. Everest which stands 8848Mts high has other names popular in Nepal it is popularly known as “SAGARMATHA” in Nepali meaning “Higher than the Sky” and “CHHOMOLUNGMA” in Tibetan meaning “Mother Goddess of the Earth”. The people of this exotic province, the hard crumble in the daily life in the high Himalayas is interrupted by seasons of feasts and festivals, marked by dancing and general merry making. Most of the festivals are of religious importance and celebrated in the temples and monasteries, with rites conducted by lamas (priests). These festivals are extended through the full moon days of May, June, July, August and November in different sections of the Himalayas. While the Sherpas are the most prevalent inhabitants of Solukhumbu, in the lower region of Solu, the Khaling Rai culture reign as well. In Khumbu which has a limited land for agriculture, livestock raising and trade is more imperative, while Solu with less severe winters grows a mixture of staple crops.
The trek in this region pursue through the track of the Dudh Kosi, the ‘River of Milk’, gradually climbing through forests covered by rhododendron and magnolia. It takes one to the foothills of the mightiest of the mountains in the world. Through the trail, one passes through rhododendron and pine forests, crystal clear water rivers, Sherpa villages and Buddhist Monasteries from temperate to snow line regions. Trekkers acquire a spectacular close view of the world’s greatest mountains, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache and many other unnamed mountains and peaks.
The Annapurna Region was emblazoned as a Conservation Area in 1986. Around half of the hikers visiting Nepal visit to the Annapurna Region every year. With ample of guest houses and hotels it has become rather become easier for us to provide you the best accommodation and cuisines during the trek. This region offers unbelievably assorted landscape, with high extravagant mountains and low land. This route also proffers unique Gurung culture to expose and familiarize with them. Annapurna region trekking can let you glance into a breath taking views of top mountains such as Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,156m), Annapurna I (8,091m), Machhapuchhre (6,996m), Nilgiri (6,940m), Tukche peak (6,920m), Annapurna South (7,219m) and many more which goes without any precise names.
The Annapurna region is a majestic section of the Himalayas which is one of the most geographically and culturally diverse regions for trekking! King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation and The (ACAP) Annapurna Conservation Area Project has been working together and has declared the region as area of conservation and sustainable development. Stretched over 7629 sq. km., the area swanks a variety of diverse cultures, tribes and castes as the Brahmins, Chettris, Newars, Gurungs, Magars, Manangis and the Tibetans. This area is also rich in sub-tropical lowlands, deep valleys, bamboo plants, oak and rhododendron tree forests, alpine meadows, desolate desert plateaus and the gigantic Annapurna Mountains.
Annapurna Himal and the town of Pokhara dominate Annapurna area. Three major trekking routes in this region are Jomsom, to Annapurna sanctuary and Annapurna circuit. Pokhara is also a good starting place for a number of short treks of 1 to 4 days duration. The famous Annapurna Circuit Trek, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Jomsom Muktinath Trek and The Royal Trek are some of the most prominent hiking and trekking trails within the Annapurna Region. Short and long trekking is practicable in Annapurna region which are equally interesting and adventerous. You can visit such one of world’s highest lake, which is popularly known as Tilicho lake and another newly founded lake which goes by the name Ice Lake. The ice lake, can be hiked up back to Manang in Same day. Upper Mustang trekking area also goes along with Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP permit) via Jomsom.
The Langtang Region is protected and also known as the Langtang National Park which spreading around an area of 1,710 sq.km. Although this region is close to Kathmandu, its hiking trails are not very teeming as most of the trekkers visiting Nepal choose to trek around the Annapurna and Everest region. Trek to Langtang can be started from Kathmandu where you can drive approximately 40 minutes from a place called Sundarijal or Dhunche/Syabru Benshi which requires about 6/7 hours drive. Trekking for Tamang heritage and Ganesh Himal trek also starts from Syabru Benshi. Langtang region inhabited mostly by ethnic groups and mostly follows traditionally Tibetan Buddhism. Most people from this region depend on agricultural and some are into tourism professions like running of lodges for tourism purpose.
The Langtang Valley lies to the North of Kathmandu extending to the borders of Tibet. It is a beautiful alpine region which includes some principal examples of temperate and sub alpine vegetation. Trekking in Langtang ensures you a trek across a less crowded hiking trail which indeed is a beautiful land. Langtang region is easily reachable from the capital city Kathmandu, its Southern border is located only 32 kilometers away from the valley. Langtang though is one of the most accessible trekking regions but it offers a wasteland experience without the sometimes grueling travel involved.
A visit to the Langtang valley offers an immense opportunity to survey the Tamang culture and their villages, climbing small peaks and visiting glaciers at a more comfortable elevation than other exhausting trekking regions. Treks may vary in this region, some can return to the road head at Dhunche for the journey back to Kathmandu or alternatively continue exploring extending a further six days to trek through the Sacred Lakes of Gosainkund (4300 meters) and the Helambu region. Helambu region lies to the south of the Langtang region; it is a flourishing area to the north of Kathmandu inhabited by Sherpa and Tamang people. The Sherpas of this region surprisingly are very different in their day to day practices from their cousins in the Everest region. The region comprises beautiful forests and very lively and interesting villages. This area is easily accessible from Kathmandu and is ideal for people with less time to spare in Nepal.
Nepal International Treks offers High Himalayan Passes the lifetime an extreme adventure for interested adventure in the most staggering passes climbing towards scenic captivating high valleys and to the arctic landscapes. Nepal International Treks have set this unparalleled High Himalayan passes adventure for enthusiast and to extreme adventure loving people, offering true mountaineering experience and an opportunity to fulfill your lifetime adventurous dreams, all these passes includes over 5,000 to 5,800 meters tops, crossing rugged trails and descending to the other side offering different scenery and the country changes as the adventure leads till you reach the last destination for the drive or flight back to Kathmandu. This awesome trekking involves grading from adventurous to challenging in snow conditions and one has to be physically fit and in sound, health to enjoy these High Himalayan passes with Nepal International Treks.
Nepal International Treks presents Mid Hills trekking in the shadow of giant Himalayan peaks from Annapurna, Everest to Langtang and the far east of Milke danda in the Khumbarkanra Himal range, Mid Hills trekking with Nepal International Treks, one of the best and moderate walks to some portion quite strenuous, we have designed these Himalayan mid hills which will suit all types of travelers from family, beginners to adventurous people, the walking hours can be from 4-6 hours to any trekking mid hills destination on the foot and mid hills of the high Himalayan Mountain range in the middle of towering Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Everest mountain range, this trek follows the ancient cavern route through to a more diverse range of climate, vegetation and cultures the trail leads to ups and downs path, passing through many traditional villages along the way. These wonderful adventures begin with a driving or a flight as per the specified trekking itineraries with scenic views, cultural and varieties of flora and fauna along the way tiny thatched roofed villages; set among the terraced fields and alpine forest makes an attractive picture with the backdrop of the magnificent snow range of high Himalayan peaks.
These trips offer a wide variety of adventure from Trek & Walks and our Trip Extension program on request Rafting and Jungle Safari in Asia’s best National Park at Chitwan.
Nepal Internantional Treks offers a great trekking journey in the least visited areas of remote high Himalayan region on the off beaten trail where the adventure turns to an exploration in the far North Himalaya these trekking route combines with an absolute wilderness through traditional villages in the backdrop of high snow mountains where the locals live style exists as their great ancestors with old traditions and culture, these part of the trekking Classic Adventure with us will be an idle trekking holiday away from the other trekkers except for some areas like in the Khumbu area, a journey in the heart of the rural villages and farms in the close vicinity of high hills and towering mountains where the views stretch to its far horizon offering a memorable adventure in the high corners and valleys of the massif Himalayan range of mountains.
This trekking area involves high passes and long hours of walks with long distance to cover and to find suitable spots for overnights, one should be physical, medically fit rest leave it to us NIt will make your trip an enjoyable and hassle-free adventure holidays.
Nepal International Treks offers a great trekking journey in the least visited areas of remote high Himalayan region on the off beaten trail where the adventure turns to an exploration in the far North Himalaya these trekking route combines with an absolute wilderness through traditional villages in the backdrop of high snow mountains where the locals live style exists as their great ancestors with old traditions and culture, these part of the trekking Classic Adventure with us will be an idle trekking holiday away from the other trekkers except for some areas like in the Khumbu area, a journey in the heart of the rural villages and farms in the close vicinity of high hills and towering mountains where the views stretches to its far horizon offering a memorable adventure in the high corners and valleys of the massif Himalayan range of mountains.
This trekking area involves high passes and long hours of walks with long distance to cover and to find suitable spots for overnights, one should be physically, medically fit rest leave it to us will make your trip an enjoyable and hassle-free adventure holidays.