Trekking in Nepal
Trekking is the best way to experience Nepal’s unbeatable combination of natural beauty and culture. On beaten trails or virgin tracks, Nepal is a trekker’s paradise. The very organic rhythm of foot travel is a wonderful way to explore and make meaningful contact with the country. On average, trekking consists of walking daily 5 to 7 hours, 9 to 14 kilometers on a series of ascends and descends. The immense contrasts in altitude and climates found here, support an equally spectacular mix of lifestyle and wildlife. Nepal is a pioneer in the sport of trekking.
Known as the Himalayan Kingdom, Nepal is dominated by eight of the world’s fourteen highest mountains, including Everest.
Each one is over 8000 meters (26,000ft). In all, there are 1,310 peaks of 5000 meters (16,900ft) or more. Annually, more than 200,000 tourists come here to trek. You will experience superb panoramic views of mountains, a diversity of landscape, flora and fauna, colorful cultures, friendly people and ancient history. Trekkers leave Nepal with grand tales to share with their family and friends.
What is Trekking?
Though, we have different activities, trekking is the ultimate way of enjoying the scenic magnificence and knowing people with great cultural heritage in Nepal. You will see the great diversity of Nepal during your trekking. The vast landscape of this country has been studded with mighty Himalayas, mysterious monasteries and temples, ancient cities, various endangered species and highly fascinating flora and fauna, which offer you the most spectacular trekking and touring in this part of world. Trekking allows you to walk through villages, which are yet to be influenced by the 21st century. You can either choose the virgin tracks or the beaten trails to reach the lofty Himalayas, “the Stairs of Heaven.” For our customers’ amusement and adventure, we do offer the treks to many regions depending upon their time and interest. Some people have misconception that during the trekking they have to climb. But trekking does not mean mountain climbing, trekking always refers to walking on trails.