Nepal trekking or trekking in Nepal is the best way to have an insight of first hand natural and cultural diversities. We will go and observe the natural and cultural variations as an eye witness.
Nepal Trekking takes us to the lap of the mountain where we beat the virgin trails. We walk via the lush forest, among diverse species of flora and fauna, natural waterfalls and freshwater lakes. This core wilderness really makes us delighted and blessed.
People always go for the best. Similarly, people who are planning trekking in Nepal may ask “What are 6 best things to experience while trekking in Nepal? The answer is quite easy. Let’s see the following 6 best things to experience while trekking in Nepal to satisfy our question.
Rhododendron is the national flower of Nepal. One common interesting fact of Nepal’s trekking trails is that they are all covered with deep rhododendron. We walk under the shade of rhododendron. We get the cool breeze while trekking under the shade of rhododendron in the mountain of Nepal. This rhododendron works as a sunblock.
Most importantly, if we make our trekking trip in Nepal in Spring ( Mar-May) we will totally be mesmerized to seeing flowering rhododendron blanketing the entire trekking trails and the hills. Wherever we go for trekking, we find colorful rhododendron making a spectacular combination with hills and mountain peaks. And, what people love during spring in Nepal is to capture beautiful symphony of rhododendron. So, the majority of the people find Spring as the second best season for trekking in Nepal.
Nepal trekking takes us into the core wilderness where undisturbed nature offers us the best experience of serenity and peacefulness. The natural Waterfalls, diverse vegetations, rhythmic creeks, mighty glaciers, calm freshwater lakes, silver shining mountain peaks, etc provides us an absolute wilderness. At this moment, we feel as if we are healed completely like traditional healing. Actually, to be into the core wilderness while trekking in Nepal will be a marvelous experience. We really do want to say goodbye to this lovely wilderness.
People in Nepal's mountains are very friendly and helpful. Their first greeting will be ‘Namaste’. Namaste means the common greeting for morning, afternoon and evening. You can just tell ‘Namaste’ to greet Nepalese people living in the mountain.
We will encounter many ethnic people in the mountain. Different ethnic people have different cultural values and lifestyle. Mostly, we meet Gurung, Tamang, Sherpa and also Tibetan at the border area between Nepal and Tibet. Various ethnic people in the mountain observe varied cultural and religious performances like wedding, feeding, death ritual, the celebration of festivals etc. Observation of these cultural and religious performances will be astounding to experience while trekking in Nepal.
Nepalese people in the mountain are ready to help you at any time. These people regard guests as a god. Meet them, interact with them and exchange their cultural values while trekking in Nepal.
The main objective of trekking in Nepal is to see spectacular mountain views. Moreover, when the first fall of the sun rays hit the mountain summits, the views will be just magnificent. Even your cameras and the naked eyes will believe that the view is real.
Nepal trekking takes us to the best viewpoints in Nepal like Nagarkot, Poonhill, Everest View Hotel, Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Langtang Valley and Sarangkot. We can capture incredible mountain views including the top of the world, Mt. Everest. These snowy peaks will always flicker in your inner mind when you are away from Nepal’s Himalayas. Now, you feel that once is not enough to discover the mystery of Nepal’s Himalayas.
Nepal Trekking takes on the mountain trails which pass through national parks and protected areas where we can experience diverse species flora and faunas. This exploration of diverse species of flora and faunas make our Nepal trekking more fascinating and for the lifetime. We experience floras like Sal, Rhododendron, Pine, Chestnut, birch and juniper. In the high mountain above 5000m, we get tundra vegetations. Similarly, snow leopard, blue sheep, jackal, wild boar, elephant, cheetah, monkeys, yaks are some of the common wildlife to be seen while trekking in Nepal.
Chitwan National Park, Shivapuri National Park, Sagarmatha National Park, Annapurna Conservation Area are the most protected area in Nepal offering a great insight of flora and faunas while trekking in Nepal.
What type of food do we get while trekking in Nepal? This May be the question. We get completely local products as far as possible. The teahouses or guesthouses which we use during our trekking in Nepal are run by local people. They use local products to make guesthouse like local woods. The beds are made up of local woods and bamboos. It is beautiful to experience mountain accommodation which is organic forever. The rooms normally divided with wooden planks. The bathrooms and toilets are common and outside.
Most of the ingredients for preparing your food in the mountain lodges are local products. Potatoes, cauliflower, spinach, cabbage, chilies, onion, ginger, garlic and all bread items are locally produced therefore organic. We will experience a completely different taste while having our dishes in the mountain while trekking in Nepal.