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Nepal Trekking

Nepal Trekking has always been a flourished destination for many people. Nepal Trekking Tours for those who always set their mind for something adventurous and something exciting. Trek simply implies walking, climbing, and camping with different excitement and a journey with fun and memories.

Nepal Trekking gained Popularity in the 1960s when Col Jimmy Roberts organized the first mercantile trek. People then realized the astonishing beauty of the Himalayas that opened up new horizons of awareness around the world. There are different trekking trails that extend the different span of lengths and difficulties along with the rise in elevation. While there are some trails that can be completed within a day however there are some with long and high altitudes.

Nepal affords plenty of trekking regions with unique experiences. It combines physical challenge, mental refreshment, splendid scenery along with the exploration of culture and tradition. One can learn, grow, and experience nature and encounter people with various diversity. Nepal is considered as a land of the Himalayas. 8 out of 14 highest peaks along with Mount Everest, (the world’s highest)  lie here.

And there are trekkers who once in their lifetime want to have their trekking trail in Mount Everest. Everest trekking region is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal followed by Annapurna, Langtang valley trek, Manaslu Circuit trek. Besides the Himalayas trek, there are other popular treks such as the Rara trek, Mustang Trek. This trek has occupied its popularity within the locals as well as foreigners. Each trekking trail offers its distinct features and magnificent views, one can even get opportunities to explore the culture and religious heritage of the locals in Nepal.


Best Time for Nepal Trekking

The climate of Nepal differs according to its topography. Divided into 3 geographical regions the Terai region has a hot and humid climate. The midland region is pleasant whereas the Himalayas are cool. so when planning your trek in Nepal, the next thing you would consider is the best month to travel so that you don’t have to face any consequences during your trek. There are four main seasons, Spring, Autumn, winter, and monsoon. Different trekking regions have a particular and suitable season for the trek. Here is the brief introduction of the season suitable for the journey

Spring Season:

It begins in March and lasts until April. Trekking is quite popular during this season. The days are long and the temperature is warm. There is even an occasional unexpected shower with a fresh view of the Rhododendron forest. This adds extra refreshment to your journey. Therefore, this is considered the second-best season for exploration of nature.

Monsoon Season:

Also known as the Summer season, typically lasts from June to September. Mostly, there is heavy rainfall during the Summer season and the trials can be slippery and difficult during this time. Though the climate is warm it is not a suitable season to trek in Nepal as the heavy rain can flood the trials. Some places can be exceptions such as Dolpo and Mustang. The summer here is dry and warm- absolute for trekking.

 Autumn Season:

Autumn is one of the peak seasons for trekking in Nepal. It starts from the month of October and lasts till November. This is a suitable month to trek around the whole of Nepal. Furthermore, the climate is moderate and has a pleasant daytime with the finest nighttime. It is considered as the best time to visualize the magnificent views of the Himalayas. Indeed, Autumn is the busiest season for trekkers to explore in Nepal.

 Winter Season:

Winter in Nepal begins in December and ends in March. It is the coldest season in the Himalayas as well as mid-hill and terai. The days are shorter and gloomy and the temperature falls below Zero in the Himalayan region. However, January can be considered for trekkings in the Everest Region. The trails are smooth and the views can be magnificent but you need to carry warm outfits which can be a bit of buzzing. In addition to this, February and March should be circumvented as there is heavy snowfall that can block the trails.

Too 5 Nepal Trekking Tours

Nepal has been a popular destination for trekkers as it offers significant views of Mountains and Hills. The trails are filled with enormous memories as well as adventure. Numerous people in the world choose Nepal as their holiday destination. Despite the fact that Nepal offers both tours and trekking packages, yet, many people opt for trekking in the Himalayas. So here are some list of popular trekking packages of Nepal

Everest Base Camp Trek

When it comes to trekking and adventure how can someone miss the pinnacle site such as Everest? The Everest region is the peak site for trekking and adventure. It is also considered as one of the most expensive trekking regions. Everest Base camp Trek  leads you to the close encounter of the world’s highest peak i.e Mount Everest (8,848m) which is located in the eastern part of Nepal. Everest was first ascended in 1953 by Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary.

Trekkers and climbers from across the world have their eyes set on Everest. The Landscape, particularly from Kala Patthar (5545m), will blow your mind with the best-ever view of Everest.

The trail is top listed for the culture and tradition. The descendants of this region are Sherpas, with their incredible ability to withstand cold and high altitudes. Besides, this region is even popular for heritages and monasteries of Buddhists. It provides you the most suitable platform to observe the culture of sherpas.

The trails start from a flight to Lukla which is considered one of the most dangerous airports in the world. However, the view of this region from the flight gives you the next level of satisfaction. Then the gradual and continuous hike of Everest starts from Lukla to Namche Bazar. Namche is the focus place for the sherpa culture and Stonestreet. On the way to Everest, there is Tengboche Monastery- A Tibetian Buddhist monastery. Also, during your trek, you will see several other world’s tallest peaks such as Lhotse, Makalu, etc.


Annapurna Base Camp Trek

When it comes to Trekking, Annapurna is the next most popular destination beside Everest in Nepal. However, in terms of visitors, Annapurna is the most visited trekking region in Nepal. Annapurna Base Camp trek is the first commercial trek in Nepal. The trials lie in the western region of Nepal. Unlike the Everest region trekking Annapurna is a quite easy and short trek which is popular among people of every age group. The walks lead through diverse landscapes and cultures.

The inhabitants of the Annapurna Region are mostly Gurungs and Magars so one will get to explore another ethnic group during this trek. This trip rewards us with the magnificent view of high spectacular mountains along with the lowlands. Annapurna Base camp trek is also regarded as Annapurna Sanctuary Trek as one will be trekking in the protected area trails. The Annapurna region was engraved as a conservation area in 1986 which covers an area of 7600 Sq.km. Hence, this region protects the flora and fauna along with its natural environment and local ethnic group.

This trekking region offers you the scenery of top mountains such as Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna I, Nilgiri, etc. Therefore, the snow-capped mountains, the tradition, and the culture of Gurung and Magars make this region worth camping and visiting.

Langtang Valley Trek

Wondering for peaceful and less crowded trekking trails? Langtang trek can be suitable for you as it takes you across fewer overfill routes. The Southern Border of Langtang Valley trek lies only 32 kilometers away from the Capital. Additionally, the Langtang region is conserved as the Langtang national park covering about 1710 sq. km of the total area.

Langtang is the nearest trekking region and can be undertaken within a short period. Likewise, this trek is suitable for anyone willing to have an adventure even for the first time in their life. The eye-catching view of the valley and the high mountain lake, Gosaikunda (4380m) is the major source of attraction of Langtang Trek. It covers Langtang, Gosaikunda, and Helambu. The trek begins from Syabrubesi, a village located at the bank of Bhote Koshi river. The Trails takes you to Kyanjing Gompa, a Sherpa Village in Langtang Valley where Buddhist monks practice several Buddhist rituals. Chandabari is another remarkable place where you will experience the snow-capped Ganesh Himal And Langtang II.

People are engaged in Agriculture and mostly tourism like Guides. Timure in this region is a border for Tibet and Nepal, which makes the life of locals more convenient as well as beneficial.

Ghorepani PoonHill Trek 

Another name that comes in People’s minds when trekking is Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek. It is a trek for those who don’t have much time for long and hard trekking routes. Undoubtedly, the Ghorepani Poonhill trek is one of the most exciting and highly recommended treks in the Annapurna region. Furthermore, This trek even offers a tour to Pokhara, the city of lakes, and is famous as a tourism city.

The trek starts from Nayapul and passes through beautiful villages of Ulleri, Ghorepani, and Ghandruk. This trek provides a pleasant mountain scenario as well as the exploration of delightful villages inhabited by Gurungs and Magars. Apart from this, the visitors will be welcomed by the traditional songs and dance of the Gurung community. Around every corner, there is an exciting outlook of rhododendron forest full of rare species of birds and a glance at the peak of the Himalayas. Also, the viewpoint of Poonhill (3210m) offers the finest scenario of Annapurna I, II, III, Iv along with Dhaulagiri Range, Lamjung Himal.  Moreover, the majestic view begins as the sun reaches the peak of these mountains in the early morning.  Therefore, these become the most awaited moments for many trekkers.

Manaslu Circuit  Trek

Manaslu Trek is one of the vigorous treks in the Himalayan Region located in the west-central part of Nepal. The major objective of this trek is to proceed towards the vicinity of the eighth highest peaks in the world, Mt. Makalu (8156m). This trekking trail is less visited than that of Everest and Annapurna. Nepal Government has established the Manaslu Conservation Area which is home to 11 types of forest in Dec 1998 to conserve wildlife and national heritage. Likewise, the prime habitat of this conservation area is Snow Leopard, Blue Sheep, and Himalayan Thar. The total area covered by the conservation sector is 642 sq. km whereas this area is managed by National Trust for Nature Conservation (NTNC).

Manaslu region offers a set of trekking options to the trekkers such as the Manaslu Circuit trek, Manaslu lower eco trek, Tsum Valley Trek. The trek starts at Arughat which is a gateway to Buri Gandaki Valley. The Larkya La Pass At 5160m extends the spectacular views of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, Himchuli, etc. During your Journey, you have opportunities to interact with locals.

Additionally, the locals of this region are Nupris whose culture and tradition are similar to that of Tibetian culture. Shringi Gompa, Mu and Rachen Gompas are some of the most popular ancient Buddhist shrines