Nepal Trekking

Everest Trekking

Everest Trekking

With eight of the worlds highest peaks, Nepal is loaded with spectacular mountains vistas. The name “Everest" is a magic in itself. EVEREST (8848m.) is called “SAGARMATHA" in Nepali-“Higher than the sky" and “CHHOMOLUNGMA" in Tibetan-“Mother Goddess of the Earth". The quickest and easiest way to reach this region is by flight to Lukla at 2827m. The Solu-Khumbu region has sweeping glaciers, magnificent mountains, forests, animals, birds, monasteries . .


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Annapurna Trekking

Annapurna Trekking

This is one of the most famous trekking area in Nepal. It starts either from Pokhara. There are rarely a few places in the world with such a splendid variety of natural beauty as that of Annapurna region. It is a rare combination of long arrays of snow capped, mountains, crystal clear lakes, turbulent rivers with deep gorges, Buddhist monasteries, home of famous Gorkha soldiers and other friendly ethnic groups, as well as hot springs and beautiful villages.


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Langtang Region

Langtang Region

 The Langtang valley is aptly called ‘the valley of glaciers" Here, mountain rise, soaring towards the sky. The valley offers pine forest, swift mountain streams, rugged rock and snowcapped peaks, grassy downs and meadows strewn with daisies and wild primal. A variety of sights including Buddhist monasteries, a cheese factory, yaks, glaciers and mountain lakes make this trek an exciting one. This trek offers the experience of being in a typical Sherpa village and many ancient monasteries. . .


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Kanchanjunga Region

Kanchanjunga Region

Kanchanjanga is third highest peak of the world, one of the most remote and beautiful areas in Nepal which, unused to foreign visitors, still lies shrouded in mystery. The feature of the walk are pleasant villages then in the high regions, glorious mountains and abundant wild life. It is located in the extreme northeast corner of Nepal bordering Sikkim (an Indian state) to the east and China to the North. This includes musk deer, blue sheep and for the believer, the Yeti! This trek begins at Tumlingtar . .


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Rolwaling Region

Rolwaling Region

This region lies between LANGTANG range and EVEREST range and the side of both MOUNT LANGTANG and MOUNT EVEREST are the highlights of this trek. The trekkers will be rewarded with the enchanting view of Majestic Mountain GAURI SHANKER. The route is near by the tibet border side so that one can understand a little about Tibetan culture too. This area is mostly used by Buddhist people However, we can also see the Brahmin, Chhetri, Tamang and Sherpa villages and theirs life style. The trek to this region . .


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Dolpo Region

Dolpo Region

Ba-Yul, the hidden land of Dolpo, was first settled by Rokpa farmers and Drokpa nomads from Tibet in the 10th century. It is one of the highest inhabited places on earth, with scattered fortress-like villages and monasteries nestling amongst mountains of stark, ascetic beauty. Though part of Nepal today, Dolpo remains culturally and economically firmly tied to Tibet, the people of this desolate area are cut of from their southern neighbours by snow-covered passes for much of the year. 


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Mustang Region

Mustang Region

Mustang is a very popular trekking region in Nepal and has been described as “desert in the mountain" The trek to this region is a very rewarding one for those who want to experience the hospitality of the people living in this remote region. Department of immigration issued only a small number of special permit since 1991. This is a perfect destination where ample scope is offered for visiting Buddhists monasteries. This semi autonomous and heavily Tibetan influenced region was “described . .


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Ganesh Himal Region

Ganesh Himal Region

As you know Nepal has lots of possibilities on promoting tourism with innumerable mountains and various traditional cultures in this nation. Trekking is always with a concept of doing adventure type; doing summit of passes and mountains and trails. Ganesh Himal is also one of them where in total arrival of tourist in Nepal is less than 5% tourist visit a year in this area. This is due to the Nepal government’s inactive role, less publicity by media and insufficient role by the private sectors . .


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Panchase Trek

Panchase Trek

 The panoramic Panchase trek takes us beyond the splendid Phewa Lake, through subtropical valleys of green banana trees and rich rice paddies. The trail also passes through forests of red rhodendrons and across high ridges. The ethnicity that we come across in this trek are the Brahmin, Magar and Gurung communities. The starting point of this trek is Khare Khola and the ending point is Naudada. Between these two points all we do is walk along leisurely across a trail that passes through . .


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