Trekking In Nepal

A land of varied landscapes, Nepal is a heaven for trekking enthusiasts. Trekking in Nepal provides a unique opportunity to immerse yourselves into to the natural beauty of Himalayas and the hills within a span of as little as a couple of weeks’ time. The main attraction of trekking in Nepal is a network of trails interconnected from eastern Himalayas including Mt. Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain peak in the world to the Api and Saipal ranges in the western part extending upto Humla. The Great Himalayan Trail also consists of a number National Parks, conservation areas, hunting reserves among others along with Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world reaching 8848 meters above the sea level.    

Trekking in Nepal has been an important part of the tourism industry since the 1960s. Proving to be the ultimate treat for the trekkers looking for a great time away from the everyday hassles and the crowded environment of the workplaces in the cities, the tranquility of the country trekking has been a dream for scores of enthusiasts around the world. With breathtaking landscape of the country villages where the local people always ready to welcome you, the trekkers will never miss home. The privilege of being closer to the nature and humanity could be an wonderful memory to cherish for the people who have trekked in Nepal.

During the stay, trekkers can start of with the capital city where the basic bookings and travel documents including the travel permits can be acquired. Then, there are scores of activities to do including city sightseeing and short trekking trips to the hills surrounding hills of the valley. Taking it further, the Sunrise view point in Nagarkot is a few hours ride from the central town is an amazing way to kick off the Nepal experience. There are good hotels in Nagarkot for night stay if you want to stay for a day or two. Furthermore, there are a score of ancient cities inside the valley including the central towns of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur. Changu, Sakhu, Tokha and Khokana are other ancient Newari towns that can be a treat to the cultural enthusiasts to visit as they prepare to set off on the journey.

Apart from the Great Himalayan Trail, The Everst Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Area Trek, Langtang Area Trek are the trekking routes to look for as they take less time and cover nearly every type of the landscape possible. The plains in the terai are always ready for a warm welcome as the region is rich in moisture and equally wonderful sight to see with a large variety of flora and faunas. Chitwan National Park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve, Parsa National Park and Shuklaphanta National Park are the terai based national parks with a population of One horned Rhinos, Royal Bengal Tigers, Gharial Crodiles and the Elephants, the giants of the land.

You can go for sightseeing on foot or choose to have a lifetime opportunity of an elephant ride around the National Park to have a look into the wonderful beauty of the wild and all the beautiful animals, birds and mammals. There are also options of jeep safari into the National Parks for people to enjoy more modern transportation measures and enjoy the beauty of nature. A blend of primitive natural beauty and modern sophisticated facilities, Nepal provides an opportunity of a lifetime to enjoy the nature and spend the vacation. 

 

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