Nepal is one of the top destinations in the world for trekking. It is a land of scenic grandeur and cultural diversity. Trekking trhough the countryside and national parks is the best way of discovering the people and places of Nepal. One need not be a mountaineer or a climber to trek in the hills of Nepal. A network of well-managed trails easily connects numerous villages throughout Nepal's trekking regions. Treks in Nepal can be broadly categorized as either short treks and a long treks. A short trek will reveal picturesque hamlets surrounded by elaborate terraced fields and forested ridges. A long trek may yield rich contrasts in people and culture from one ecological area to another.
Nepal offers a rich variety in flora and fauna within short distance. Trekking can include: experiencing the everlasting smiles of rural Nepalese, the hospitality of host communities, favourable climatic and geographical conditions, cultural and linguistic diversity, scenic beauty, rich cultural spirit which represents unique blend of Buddhism and Hinduism, the birth place of the Buddha, home of Mount Everest, ever flowing rivers and glaciers, snow-caped mountains, and world heritage sites. These are only some of the attractions Nepal offers which have lured travellers to visit Nepal. Nepal once is never enough!
Some major trekking destinations include the following regions: Everest trekking, Annapurna trekking, Langtang trekking, Mustang (Lo-Manthang) trekking, Manaslu trekking, Dolpo trekking, Rolwaling trekking, Kanchanjunga trekking, Makalu trekking, Arun valley trekking, Jomsom trekking, Helambu trekking, Api Himal trekking, Jumla-Rara Lake trekking, Dhaulagiri trekking, Jomsom-Muktinath trekking, Ghalegaun-Ghanapokhara trekking, Ghanruk-Ghorepani trekking, Royal trek, Siklis Lake trek, Mardi Himal trek, and more.
Trekking trails may sometimes be rough due to mountain terrain. However, it is delightful to arrive at numerous unique points, found nowhere else in the world that reveal new vistas. In mountainous areas, tracks traverse steep slopes with plunging waterfalls. Large villages in temperate and alpine forests welcome travelers. In high valleys beyond the himalayas, villages are set further apart but here one may find yak farms, caves and sweeping views of grassy slopes, glaciers, magnificent snow peaks, and cultures reminiscent of Tibet. Wherever one travels, one can find friendly and hospitable Nepalese people. Depending on the season, one may meet local people in their distinctive dress, heavily laden porters, caravans of sheep and goats or Gurkha soldiers on home leave. Life in rural Nepal is hard but simple and there are many religious and social events that reflect the rich cultural heritage of the people. One might visit simple or elaborate gompas for diversion along with fishing and swimming opportunities in clear mountain streams.
The best way to experience Nepal's unbeaten combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to live in Nepal for a time. The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates found here support an equally spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation and wildlife. One will see Chhetri farmers working in their fields and Tamang herders grazing their animals on the steep slopes. It is our pride to share our nature & century old cultures, and many years of experience in tourism with you. We hope to provide an excellent opportunity to explore our beautiful country. We are always striving for the provision of quality service with unique experiences for every tourist.
The Everest region has gained its popularity for trekking, mountaineering, peak climbing and expedition. Among the major destinations of trekking in Nepal, Everest region stood second despite poor accessibility. It is more expensive and difficult to get Solu Khumbu
The Annapurna region lies towards the north of central Nepal. The region has been recognized as one of the world’s best trekking trails according to a recent survey by Modern Maturity [USA]. The highlights of this part of Nepal are Annapurna peaks,
The Langtang Region is one of the nearest trekking destinations from Kathmandu. Lying just 132 kilometres north of Kathmandu, the region is considered as Nepal’s third largest trekking area. The Langtang Region is rich in biodiversity and scenic beauty.
Eastern region of Nepal is also popular for trekking. Mt. Kanchenjunga (8586m.), the third highest mountain in the world and Mt. Makalu (8463m.), the fifth highest mountain in the world are the prime attractions of this region. New trekking trails like: Illam Tea
The far-west Nepal is totally distinct from other parts of the country. Treks in this particular region are unique in the sense that one can enjoy the unspoilt natural beauty as well as different lifestyles and cultures of the local people. As the region is less
Among trekking trails around the valley, Kathmandu Valley Rim Trek is the longest of all. It goes around the valley covering all the important places. It offers a rich insight into the lives, history, culture and religion together with the locale and very traditional agricultural
Situated at 1372m. above sea level, the ancient town of Tansen is the headquarters of Palpa district. Ancient culture, excellent mountain views, serene atmosphere and friendly people are the major attractions of this area. Besides, Tansen has also gained
Mount Dhawalagiri is located west of Annapurna it is 40 mile wide. Dhawalagiri is eight highest tallest peak of the world, towers high above the well-trekked Muktinath pilgrim trail up the Kali Gandaki Valley. The vast massif screens the hidden lands of Dolpo