Nepal is the ultimate destination with highest mountain ( top of the world) Mt.Everest and thousand of other mountains trails for trekkers from around the world. This activity is so popular that one is every five visitor to this country comes solely for the purpose of trekking and other adventure activities. Geographically Nepal is small country between two big country in south and north but it has huge contrasts in altitudes and climates as you move from south to north support as amazing mix of lifestyles, flora and fauna. Although it is Nepals scenic beauty that lures multitude of visitors, people of different cultures that you come across on the way are what make the experience quite memorable.
Spring (February May) and Autumn (September November) is the popular season for the trekking. Winter is very cold above 4,000 m because of snow on the high mountains passes. So keep yourself at lower altitudes. During the monsoon season ( June August), you can trek in the rain shadow areas north of the Himalayas like Mustang, manang and Dolpo where the rain clouds cant reach them. The best part about trekking in this season is that the routes are less crowded and the meadows are green and in full blossom. The following mention are the most popular trekking areas in Nepal.
Nowhere in the world is there a more spectacular mountain region than Everest. Located in the remote Solu Kumbu region of northeast Nepal, it is home to the six tallest peaks above 8000 metres and offers the best trekking and...Read More
Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) is home to some of the most astounding peaks in the Himalayas with Annapurna 1 sitting at 8091m whilst his 13 brothers and sisters range from 7000m to 7937m, and the extended family adding another 16...Read More
Our Langtang treks wind through the most beautiful aspects of Nepal’s midlands - the Langtang Valley at 1470m, Kyanjin Gompa at 3780m and the high mountain lake of Gosainkunda at 4380m –with distant, lofty peaks reaching into the heavens, such...Read More
Home to 8 of the 14 highest peaks in the world, Nepal is considered “a paradise on earth” and the ultimate destination for trekking and mountain climbing in the world. Since the 1950’s The Himalayas of Nepal has been high...Read More
Popular destinations such as the Anapurna and Everest regions may be high on the bucket list for a lot of trekkers coming to Nepal, but as these treks are becoming more and more popular with thousands hitting the trails each...Read More