Trekking in Nepal

The serenity and grandeur of Nepal attracts nearly half a million visitors every year. This small ancient, land-locked country (147,181 Sq. Kms.) nestled between two giants, India and China, is home to more than 24 million people, 40 ethnic groups, 70 spoken languages, and many religions.

From the north—Nepal's sky high border with Tibet—to the south, where the Terai's jungles buzz just above sea level, Nepal offers the visitor so many different environments to explore, even in a short time. We are the only country to have 7 (UNESCO) World Heritage Sites, many situated within a 20 kilometer radius! After you have experienced ancient Kathmandu, you can take a day trip around the Kathmandu Valley, spend a weekend in the jungle of Chitwan National Park (a World Heritage Site), or trek deep into the Himalayas. Trekking options include: Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Sanctuary, Rara Lake (in Western Nepal's "wild west"), or the seldom-visited Nymba Valley, to name just a few. And because of Nepal's diverse terrain and climate: from the world's deepest gorge (Kali-Gandaki) to the highest point on earth (Mt. Everest), one can explore this magnificent country all year round.

Mainly there are three types of trekkings organize in Nepal.

Organized trekking:  Also known as fully organized trek with own team of staffs like cooks, Sirdar, Sherpas, porters etc and full set of Tents, kitchen utensils with food stuff and was almost mandatory in early days, but as there are many local lodges and hotels en route, trekkers no need to be in such to reduce the cost. But there are still some trekking routes where only organize trekking is possible.

Semi- organize: Accommodations will be provided in the local lodges but the meals will prepared by the staffs. So the trekking staff will carry the food stuffs all the way. A well trained cooks will be in the team along with necessary food stuffs.

Tea House Trekking. Both accommodations as well as meals will be provided in the local lodges and only the Sherpa Guide and necessary porters will be in the team. This type of trekking is most common in Everest, Annapurna and Langtang trekking area. However there are still many such trekking routes where it is impossible to organize these types of trekking as there are no any proper lodges en route.

Everest Region

Everest Region

The Khumbu or Everest region is the most popular trekking area in Nepal. It would probably be the most popular destination, but it is more difficult to get to Solu Khumbu than to the Annapurna area. T ...

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Annapurna Region

Annapurna Region

The Annapurna region lies towards the north of Central Nepal. This area is the most popular and major trekking destination in Nepal. According to a recent survey by Modern Maturity (USA) Annapurna reg ...

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Langtang Region

Langtang Region

Langtang area is toward the north of Kathmandu Valley. The scenery here is spectacular, and the trek more adventurous as the area is visited by fewer tourists. To the west of Langtang is Ganesh Himal ...

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