12 Jul, 2017 Great Nepal Treks
Trekking in Nepal does not always mean Mountain climbing. While an ascent to a Himalayan peak is sure to add more excitement, it is not necessary to have such a goal to enjoy the trek. Trekking is mostly referred as walking through the trails and this is what most people are concerned with. Trekking in Nepal is the ultimate way to experience and explore the magnificent beauty of the Himalayas and thrilling views of the endless majestic Mountains.
Trekking in Nepal
Nepal, home to eight highest mountains in the world, is a very popular destination due to its diverse natural beauty, unrivaled scenery, majestic mountains and coexistence of varieties of culture. Combine this with endless nature and wildlife, and panoramic view of the Himalayas, including the Mount Everest, makes the country a true paradise for all the trekkers in the world.
Trekking in Nepal is an incredible experience for those who want to combine a great walk along the spectacular Himalayas and have an insightful cultural experience. Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Langtang Region and Manaslu Region are some of the best Trekking Trails in Nepal.
Choosing the perfect trek for yourself is a challenge in itself as Nepal has so much to offer and some of the most common questions asked by most trekkers are such as:
Let us give you some trekking tips which would help you the most while deciding your stay and choosing the perfect trek in Nepal.
Treks in Nepal
Everest Base Camp trek, Everest 3 High Pass Trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Langtang Circuit Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Tsum Valley Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, Upper Mustang Trek, Kanchenjunga Trek are some of the most popular treks in Nepal and are sure to quench your thirst for adventure.
Best Trekking Company in Nepal
While there is no right list for this question but whenever you approach a trekking company be sure it is listed under Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN). As Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) is an umbrella association of trekking agencies in the country, which devises sound business principles as well as regulate the tourism sector.
The cost of Trekking depends on a number of factors such as season, trekking region, whether it is a restricted zone, no. of days, accommodation etc.
Best Trekking Packages
Some most popular and known trekking packages are
Nepal is the country which gives all season trek opportunities. So no season is a bad season here and always has one or the other region that can be explored. While every season has its own pros and cons, various destinations have its own preferred season. But since the most visits to Nepal is for trekking and most trekkers usually prefer most popular treks in Nepal, the month of autumn sees the highest crowd of visitors. Then after, spring is the right time to travel as there is clear skies and winter has just ended.
Do’s and Don’ts During Trekking
Nepal has its own traditions and cultures when it comes to dressing. In the viewpoint of the locals, Men should never be bare body except while bathing and for women a shirt no shorter than mid-calf in length is preferable. Respect privacy while taking photographs, respect for holy places, local traditions, customs, values, and sentiments are few things that must be kept in mind.
Trekking in Nepal Blog Post-Earthquake
The earthquake of 25 April 2015 has left its mark in the heart of every Nepali, but it has not broken our spirit. Only 2% of the total tourist areas were affected and the remaining sites are still functional.
A small proof that Nepal is certainly the best place to plan a trek to is that it was ranked 5th in the top 10 list of countries to travel in 2017 by Lonely Planet as “Best To Travel in 2017.” Shortly before this post, Lonely Planet had ranked Nepal at 1st position as “Best Value Destination.”
This clearly shows how much Nepal has grown since the tragic incident in 2015 and helps you give an answer to all your questions above.