Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal is one of the best countries for adventure destination in the world. It offer more than 50 places to see which are all masterpiece. More than 60% of total visitors of Nepal like to trek in Himalayas which included short hiking to a months adventure in Himalayas. We offer you various trek programs in Nepal in different regions.
There are various types of trekking in Nepal providing ample opportunities to explore the life styles, landscape, flora & fauna & more to get the maximum enjoyment in minimum time. Duration of trek can be of few days to several days. The trekking routes are populated & offer breath-taking landscapes for the travelers.
Trekking in Nepal are of two types: Tea house Trekking and Camping Trekking.
Camping Trekking is best called as Fully Organized Supported Trek. We offer our services in all areas for the Trekking Holidays in Nepal. We have Easy Trekking , short Trekking ,Long and Adventurous Trekking are for those who seek Adventure Trekking in Nepal and want to enjoy Nepal for long time..
When the trails of Nepal were opened after 1950's, Everest Base Camp became the premier goal for many adventurous walkers. This stunning trek visits both the base camp and KalaPatthar (5545m), a viewpoint recognized as the best point to see Mount Everest.
Annapurna is the most important region of Nepal for the development of Tourism and Adventure Trekking. Since the first ascent of Annapurna I by French Adventure Climber Maurice Herzog in 1953, Adventure Trekking becomes very popular in Nepal.
Langtang is the first of Nepal’s Himalaya national parks designed in1970. It is easily approached from Dhunche( few drive from kathmandu) It is situated at north of kathmandu near Tibetan border. Langtang national park is the only one which is unspoiled.
Dolpa region is a distant region of Nepal and the central point of this area is SheyPhoksumdo National Park. The east and south of Dolpa are surrounded by the Dhaulagiri and Churen Himal ranges and to the west is the Jumla district.
The big mountain scenery of Manaslu and Ganesh is astonishing. There’s the two-horned massif of Manaslu (8156m), the circumnavigation of which is a meditation on the wonders of Himalayan geology. There’s Ganesh Himal (7406m), named for the
The foothills of Kanchenjunga have been open to trekkers since 1988, but permit restrictions mean that it is only possible to walk here as part of an organized camping trek arranged through our agency. This inconvenience, but it does mean that the trails