The combination of an exclusive landscape incomparable in variety and beauty, cultural diversity, aesthetically built shrines, tranquility of the snow capped sparkling mountains, mildness and serenity of the lakes and valleys, an unrivaled collection of flora and fauna, ethnic groups dialects and diverse races make Nepal the Visitor’ ultimate destination.
Due to all these reasons, Nepal is also regarded as the “Trekker’s Paradise”. Trekking in Nepal is one of the popular adventures awaiting the trekking fans in Nepal. The mountain ranges of Nepal offer breathtaking and action-packed trekking routes. In the boundless amphitheater of the Nepal’s Himalayas and Everest, there are unlimited possibilities for trekking tours, river rafting and mountaineering. Within the alluring arena, the Everest and Annapurna regions occupy the central place, with exceptional points of curiosity for the Trekker.
Trekking is in fact, the best way to discover and to get in touch with a rich embroidery culture and tradition of people dwelling in the lap of the Himalayan ranges. Especially, Trekking in Nepal means: viewing mountain peaks, walking along the rhododendron forest, watching varieties of birds and animals, seeing temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes, meeting friendly people of different cultures toiling in the remote villages of the country, along the terraced fields, scenic river banks, forest ridges and many more.
Trekking will take you through the country which has confined the imagination of explorers and mountaineers for more than 100 years. You will encounter people in far-flung mountain villages whose way of life has not changed in generations, who still trust in foreigners and regard them as their god.
In Nepal, there are treks to suit every pocket and time frame. Just like the beauty of Nepal leaves a lasting impression, the people of the country also make an impression in the eye of the visitors by welcoming them with an ever smiling face in friendly and hospitable manner. Even in the small hamlets, you will get food and shelter, which these people are always ready to share.
As there are only few roads expanding deeply into the hills, the only way to visit the remote regions of the country is by walking. It will take lot of time and hard effort but the experience and memoirs that you will get to gather in your trip will worth your every effort and time as well. Trekking doesn’t usually mean mountain climbing. You don’t need to have such goals to enjoy a trek. In fact, for most of the people, trekking at all times refers to walking on trails.