Trekking In Nepal

Trekking in Nepal offers excellent trekking option to visitors from the easy walking excursions to the strenuous climb of the snowy peaks. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal's natural embellishment and cultural assortment is to walk through the length, breath and the altitudes of the country. Trekking in Nepal is a big part to the ultimate Himalayan adventure and the majority of tourists have trekking in Nepal as a part of their itinerary.

One can also trekking in Nepal on ponies in some remote places. Which is equally enthralling for visitors. Pony treks follow nearly the same routes and are offered mostly in western region of Pokhara, Dolpa and Lo-Manthang (Mustang)

Trekking is the only way to know the locals intimately and experience their cultural hospitality. No special degree of fitness is required and age is no barrier, except in the area over 10000 feet altitude where extra case should be taken so any one, with a pair of strong legs and the spirit for adventure to explore the exotic will enjoy the thrills of trekking in the hills of Nepal. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracks. Either way you are in for an experience for a lifetime. Along with forests of rhododendrons, isolated hamlets and small mountains, villages, birds, animals, temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes, you will also encounter friendly people of different cultures offering a fascinating glimpse of traditional life so Trekking in Nepal is an unforgettable life experience for everyone.

With eight of the top ten highest summits in the world and some of the most beautiful landscapes which are only reachable on foot, trekking in Nepal is one of the unique experiences of the world.

Despite what many may perceive, trekking in Nepal is not necessarily wandering alone through an uncharted wilderness. As they walk along the well-marked trekking paths, travelers will often discover quite the opposite; hundreds of locals passing through each day as they haul food, water and other odd necessities back to their tiny villages, along with dozens of fellow trekkers. The regularly-spaced villages and teahouses allow trekkers good opportunities to rest and recover, either for a few minutes or the night. The strong culture and unreserved hospitality of  Nepalese people can also be witnessed as one traverse the hill tracks.