Are you looking for the perfect trekking destination? Well, look no further. Trekking in Nepal promises to be one of the best adventures for anyone and everyone. What is better than jostling up a hill, surrounded by valleys and a cool even chilly breeze. Trekking in Nepal has reached new heights and Nepal has taken many measures to make trekking a delight for everyone. Trekking is such a popular activity that hundreds of people are associated to make it a grand success. The trekking trail takes you through magnificent views of the mountains along with the surrounding hills. Accompanying them are rivers flowing endlessly and the green valleys add up to the scenery. Not to forget, we take you to the foothills of the mightiest mountains. 

You can come across birds singing as if to welcome you to the realms of the Himalayas. You come across some of the friendliest faces on earth while on your way to the mountains. Guides and experts are also well versed after many many years of trips to the mountainous region of the Himalayas. There are many such destinations in Nepal alone. From the mighty Everest to the best vantage points for the most spectacular views. Everything can be found if you go through this content. Each location is special in its own way. Nevertheless, we cannot determine which trek is the best, since all of them are equally exciting. The locations we will discuss here are categorized under the following sub-headings:

  • Nepal Tourism
  • Introduction on Trekking
  • Manaslu Trek
  • Langtang Trek
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek
  • Annapurna Circuit Trek
  • Everest Base Camp Trek
  • Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

Nepal Tourism

Nepal is a small landlocked country in Asia. Though small, the country is rich in heritage and culture. Nepal is also famous for having most of the highest peaks in the world within its territory. That is one of the key factors that has made Nepal famous among tourists. Consequently, tourism has become the main industry for the economy of Nepal. Every year, thousands of tourists from all over the world, visit Nepal. Not just for the fun of it or for the thrill of it. But for all of the things that have taken Nepal tourism to such huge heights. 

Therefore it is safe to say that Nepal has a booming tourism industry. Due to the high demand of tourists, the Nepalese government has taken many initiatives for tourist sites. The trail leading to the mountains in the Himalayas are preserved in order to make your adventures fruitful. Not only this, but also the government takes action to see the lodges and tea houses are in good order. As a result, Nepal’s tourism has taken a monumental leap in providing the best traveling experience for the tourists.

Introduction on Trekking

Everyone thinking of venturing on one of the adventures has to assess their situation before confirming the trip. You can find the best treks suitable for you by looking at the features of the trek. The best trek for an individual depends on his/her physical ability. Along with with the number of days one wants to spend, and the difficulty one can endure on the journey. Whether you are looking for a casual trek or a summit climb. Do make sure you are physically fit to take the venture.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Everest Base Camp Trek is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to get close to the world’s highest mountain range. It has a number of stunning attractions including spectacular viewpoints, ancient monasteries, and Sherpas of the Himalayas. The trek begins from Lukla, a small airport village in the Mountain region. Our trips are a few days longer than most travel agencies. This is to allow full acclimatization by the trekkers in the group. Acclimatization is an important part of trekking in the Himalayas. It is to ensure your body is more or less adapted to the altitude. And also to ensure you don’t miss out on anything on the trip.

Not everyone is lucky or strong enough to reach the summit of the majestic peak. But trekking to the foot of Mount Everest is not an ordinary feat either. In this trek, you will tread on the same path taken formerly by the legendary Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay. And of course hundreds of mountaineers after them. You will also come across beautiful high passes and the ever-flowing Dudh Koshi. The trekking trail also takes you through the Sherpa village of Namche, the Imja Tse valley and several Buddhist monasteries. 

Other details:

Elevation: 5364 m

Days for the trip: 17 Days

Difficulty: Moderate

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses

Permits required: TIMS

TIMS: Trekkers’ Information Management System

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a classic trip right into the heart of the mountains. Though the climb has some steep slopes the trek is relatively an easy one. You can get the most spectacular views of the mountain ranges as you take the trail leading to the base camp. The Sanctuary Trek traverses a variety of terrain from lowland villages and rice fields to glaciers and offers magnificent views of high mountains. When you reach the base camp you will be surrounded by the soaring Annapurna peaks. Yes, you are literally surrounded by mountains at the base camp.

The Annapurna Base Camp trek is a popular must go trek for all adventure enthusiasts.  With awe-inspiring views of some of the world’s highest and most beautiful mountains on the trail. The Annapurna trail leads us through quaint villages and picturesque valleys. Our treks are carefully organized to ensure you have plenty of time to acclimatize comfortably, making sure you can enjoy the trekking experience to the full. Acclimatization is an important requirement when you venture to the Himalayas.

Other details:

Elevation: 4130 m at Annapurna Base Camp

Days for the trip: 18 Days

Difficulty: Moderate

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses and Lodges

Permits required: ACAP

ACAP: Annapurna Conservation Area Project

Annapurna Circuit Trek

The Annapurna Circuit Trek is a classic trip right around the huge massif of mountains that make up the Annapurna range. Though it has some steep climbs, it is not difficult and the views along the way are spectacular. It takes a minimum of 18 days to trek around the entire Annapurna massif. Visiting a country (similar to Tibet’s terrain) on the northern slopes of the Himalaya and the dramatic Kali Gandaki gorge. The trek takes you over Thorung La with its traditional Chorten, prayer flags and stone cairns at an elevation of 5,416m. The views from the trail and from the pass itself are outstanding high Himalayan scenes.

The Annapurna Circuit trekking trail provides ample viewpoints of the Annapurnas, Macchapucchre, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and Langtang mountains. The trail leads us through quaint villages with some of the friendliest people on earth. You also pass through the world’s deepest gorge. The trail is best for trekkers as you can travel through a variety of landscapes in the Himalayas. Ranging from dense green jungles to high alpines, lush green valleys and of course the massive mountain peaks. All of this and more can be experienced on the Annapurna Circuit Trek.

Other details:

Elevation: 5416 m at Thorong La Pass

Days for the trip: 20 Days

Difficulty: Moderate

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses

Permits required: ACAP

Langtang Trek

Langtang valley is a beautiful high remote Himalayan valley which is within easy reach from Kathmandu. Unlike other trekking destinations in Nepal, Langtang Trek doesn’t need any internal flights to reach the starting point. However, you can still enjoy the stunning Himalayan views and experience a wonderful trekking journey. A trek to Langtang is a short trek, yet it contains all the ingredients necessary to make your trek a memorable one. 

The Langtang Trek begins after a drive to Syabrubesi village in Nepal. Regardless of the close proximity of Kathmandu from Langtang valley, the area is as robust and wild as any other Tibetan regions. The trail offers a great vantage point of Langtang Ri. It is also a great trail for wonderful views of the Annapurnas and Mount Makalu. Langtang Trek also provides some exposure to understand the Tamang culture. 

Other details:

Elevation: 3541 m

Days for the trip: 12 Days

Difficulty: Moderate

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses

Permits required: none

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

Poon Hill Trek promises to be a short and easy, yet an exciting trek to the Himalayas. Poon Hill is located in the village called Ghorepani, literally meaning “water for horses”. In this short trek, you come across striking views of some of the most famous mountain ranges. Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South and Hiunchuli are some of the ranges which can be seen while on this trek.

Apart from the majestic ranges, we walk among lush green forest bustling with rhododendron trees. You may even be lucky to come across some mountain animals but birds you’ll see plenty. The trail you take is a popular trekking trail leading to the Annapurna Base camp. Therefore, there are plenty of quaint lodges and tea houses you come by during your trek. Poon Hill is also a place known for the beautiful views of the rising sun.

Other details:

Elevation: 3210 m

Days for the trip: 10 Days

Difficulty: Easy

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses

Permits required: TIMS, ACAP

Manaslu Trek

The traditional starting point for the trek is Gorkha, Nepal. Dhading and Trisuli Bazar are the other 2 locations you can begin your trek from. This trek is harder than most treks in Nepal. The trek is in a remote area, but it proves to be geographically spectacular and culturally fascinating. The viewpoints to see the mountain ranges are magnificent. The Larkya Pass is one of the most fascinating and interesting Himalayan pass crossings. The locals of this region are direct descendants of the Tibetan immigrants. This is a restricted area. So, one needs to attain a permit and follow the guidelines and rules while you are visiting. 

The trekking trail takes you around the stunning Mount Manaslu, considered the 8th highest peak in the world. The trail takes you through a mixture of Hindu and Tibetan villages. And through several diverse cultural monasteries. The Manaslu Trek offers a wonderful experience for people looking for an adventurous journey.

Other details: 

Elevation: 5215 m at Larkya Pass

Days for the trip: 20 Days

Difficulty: Hard

Best time to visit: Spring and Autumn

Lodging provided: Tea Houses and Lodges

Permits required: ACAP and MCAP

ACAP: Annapurna Conservation Area Project

MCAP: Manaslu Conservation Area Permit

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