Trekking in Nepal

Have you ever thought about trekking in Nepal? Or you possibly have made it. Well, Trekking in Nepal is a magnificent moment of experience. People from all around the world get amazed to see the natural and cultural splendors of Nepal. Upon planning on trekking in Nepal, trekkers will collect firsthand experience of the thrills of adventure hitting off the beaten trails in the lap of the Himalayas.

Trekking in Nepal will lead you to an infinite amount of satisfaction, pleasure, and happiness because during your trekking period you will witness breathtaking views from viewpoints, mesmerizing Sunrise and Sunsets, and panoramic view of snow-capped gigantic tall white Mountains. The first rays of sunlight onto the mountain peaks are definitely one of the moments to live for. The word “GoodBye” would be the hardest thing in the world when there comes the period of leaving those wonders, so there is no question regarding the beauty that has to be offered in trekking trails of Nepal. 

Core wilderness, picturesque ethnic settlements, lush rhododendron, winding rivers, mighty glaciers, freshwater lakes, avalanches, historical and holy caves, monasteries, friendly people and their rich culture, and most importantly towering mountain giants including Mt. Everest, the roof of the world, are the major highlights of Trekking in Nepal.
You can do trekking in two different ways, one is Teahouse Trekking and the other one is Camping Trekking.

Camping Trekking in Nepal

During the early periods of Trekking Culture, there used to be no sorts of facilities for accommodation, transportation. The people who decided to go on trekking had to carry out their own goods in order to survive, that’s when camping was the form of shelter and surviving out on the trails. Hence, the practice of using Camp in order to make a living and achieve the trekking destination, Camping Trekking was discovered which is also known as wilderness trekking. To today's date, some of the major trekking trails require organized camping trekking. Makalu Base Camp Trek, Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, and some of the other trails require camping trekking due to the absence of Tea Houses and Lodges. 
For camping trekking, all types of equipment including fuel, food, camps, sanitation methodologies, and many others have to be arranged for the whole trip. It definitely is one of the harder types of trekking but if you are someone who loves adventure, adrenaline, and thrills this is the kind of trekking you must not miss out on.

Teahouse Trekking in Nepal

You must be wondering, what is actually a tea house? A Tea House is accommodations that are placed along the trekking routes. A tea house size and infrastructure vary when gaining the elevations respectively. It could be made of concrete with attached bathrooms in the lower elevations, upon gaining the altitude it could be made up of stones and woods with one common hall and sharing rooms. Despite the changes, they are sheltering houses when you are trying to achieve your trekking destinations. 
The availability of local teahouses and lodges has made teahouse trekking considerably famous among global trekkers because of which it has been considerably easy for all kinds of trekkers. So one shall not be disturbed for shelter and food and can only focus on admiring and experiencing the adventure during the trekking period. Personal belonging is definitely a must thing you should take care of yourself. So the trekking based on dependencies of Tea House is known as Tea House Trekking. 

Major trekking trails in Nepal

Although Nepal has to offer more than 25 highlighted trekking trails in Nepal, the most popular trekking trails of Nepal visited by most tourists are Everest Trek and Annapurna Trek. Everest Trek includes different trekking destinations, some of which are Everest Base Camp Trek the most trekking enthusiasts visit here, Everest View Trek, Gokyo-Everest Trek, Everest Three Passes Trek, and Everest Panorama Trek. Similarly, the Annapurna Trek features Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Ghorepani-Poonhill Trek, Dhampus-Sarangkot Trek, Annapurna-Sanctuary Trek, and Classical Ghandruk – Majhgaon Trek. 
Likewise, some other trekking destinations include Langtang Region Trek, Mustang Trek, Dolpo Trek, Manaslu Trek, Dhaulagiri Trek, and Makalu Trek. Langtang region includes Langtang Valley Trekking, Tamang-Heritage Trekking, Helambu Trekking, and Gosainkunda Trekking.
The primary objective of trekking in Nepal is to witness spectacular mountain panoramas.

Viewpoints while trekking in Nepal

Viewpoints are one of the highlights of trekking. You can witness multiple viewpoints to capture breathtaking views of landscapes and panoramic views of mountains, an awe-inspiring moment. Some of the highlighted viewpoints in Nepal are Nagarkot, Chandragiri Hill, Sarangkot, Poonhill, Annapurna Base Camp, Everest Base Camp, Gokyo RI, Hotel Everest View, Langtang Valley,  Manaslu Base Camp, Makalu Base Camp, and Kanchenjunga Base Camp.

Best time of the year for trekking in Nepal

Autumn is considered to be the best time of the year for trekking Nepal. However, Nepal has to offer all-season trekking depending upon one choice and adventure he/she is looking for.  Autumn covers the month of September to November in Nepal. The weather is calm and peaceful, the sky seems spotlessly clean and shining crystal blue. The atmosphere is pleasant and the temperature around the time is mild in mountains and cities. In short, the time for travel is relatively more safe and more chill.
Another time of the year to consider trek is during spring which comes from the month of March to May. Relatively, Spring in Nepal is hotter than Autumn but it’s the season of colors. Rhododendron, the national bird of Nepal, grows shining all red in the mighty hills, migratory birds from around the world, pleasant greenery in the atmosphere, and mesmerizing mountain panorama all can be observed during the period of Spring.
Summer and Winter can be also your choice if you love rain during summer and snow during winter. It all depends upon the amount of risk you are willing to take for an ultimate adventure and adrenaline during those seasons of trekking. It is not recommended but if there’s only one life you definitely can take a chance?  

Accommodation and food during trekking in Nepal

Tents or local tea houses are the sources of accommodation during trekking in Nepal. These lodges and teahouses are run by local people preserving local culture, languages, and religions. Sanitation on those tea houses is definitely safe and secure, access to toilets and bathrooms reside outside the houses and are shared by other people as well. With gradual development around the trekking industry, there are also provisions for luxury accommodation on some of the highlighted trekking trails like Annapurna and Everest. Your trekking guide can arrange your luxury accommodation upon your request. 
In the context of food, a menu is provided mentioning the items of food that they can offer. You shall not expect the items to be available, as you would find in some of the restaurants. Trying out new and local food is highly recommended, although it's your choice at the end to find the best possible food from the available menu. Some of the most common foods are bread, egg items, vegetable curry, Nepali thali or Nepali Dal Bhat, Chicken items, etc.

What makes Trekking in Nepal more fascinating than in other countries?

The Great Himalayan Range comes under the south Asian belt, the central part of the range Mahabarata Range falls under Nepal making it the home for the top 8 out of 14 mountains that are above 8000m. You can witness all those top peaks under one shelter. Besides mountains, there are many things that a trek has to offer. Nepal is very rich in culture and tradition, it is home to 126 ethnic groups all living together with peace and harmony under one shelter. Nepalese people highly believe  “ Atithi Devo bhava ” which translates as Guests are Gods, that’s why Nepalese people make sure to treat them with their best hospitality and respect. Nepal has diverse wildlife and natural resources. Nepal has to offer more than 17000 biodiversities just being a small country that occupies 0.3% land of Asia and 0.03% of the world. Nepal has a long history and its architecture is the most culturally preserved.
Trekking in Nepal will make sure you will experience the best experience of your life. Trekking trails in Nepal are full of natural charm, beautiful waterfalls, and rivers, small ponds to big lakes, forest and wildlife, traditional villages and communities, and many other aspects. 

There are many regions with hundreds of trekking routes in Nepal. Luxury Holidays Nepal offers Trekking in Everest Region, Luxury Trekking in NepalAnnapurna Trekking, Langtang Trekking, Dolpo Trekking, Mustang Trekking, Rara Region, Manaslu Trekking, Kanchenjunga Region, Dhaulagiri Region, Simikot and Mt. Kailash Region is a popular region to trek.

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