Trekking in Nepal has been a vital trekking destination for tourists all over the world. It’s been so many years that we have our economy built up strong with trekking and tourism. Each year so many tourists visit Nepal either for a short-day trek or an extended stay. The higher Himalayas, the snowy cliffs, the green landforms, flora-fauna, and everything about Nepal are magical.
There are so many famous trekking destinations in Nepal, out of which Everest and Annapurna are the renowned trekking regions with lots of trekking trail options. Langtang and Annapurna are other famous trail regions.
The great Himalayan trail is one of the most challenging treks covering Nepal from Humla and Darchula in the west and Kanchenjunga in the east. Any other country than Nepal cannot match the diversity in trekking. Starting from 59m above sea level to 8848.86 m above sea level, you can choose your options well.
Most visitors come to Nepal via Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu. You need to get your permits and manage other documentation from trekking agents you hired or from respective trekking offices in Kathmandu. If you have lesser time, there are half-day hikes from Kathmandu to witness the Himalayan views, and with people having time, there is a lot more than they have ever imagined in this happy land.
7 Best Treks in Nepal
- Everest Base Camp Trek
- Everest Gokyo Lake Trek
- Annapurna Base Camp Trek
- Langtang Trekking
- Poon Hill Trek via Hotspring
- Manaslu Trekking Larke Pass
- Annapurna Circuit Trek Thorang La Pass
Trekking in Nepal started in 1960. However, trekking today is a lot more different and comfortable. There are so many options for your trails, so many comfortable lodges, bed and breakfast areas in every part, lodges and small hotels can be easily found where you can easily find food, accommodation, and other facilities. Most areas or trails are signs posted to help you with directions as well. Even though most places provide you transport and email facilities, there are still many trails with no road access.
Nepal has six distinct and diverse vegetation zones with so many endangered species in higher altitudes like snow leopard, musk deer, elusive snow leopard, Himalayan Thar, etc.
Trekkers can find trails every time of the year; however, Nepal’s southern areas receive a high precipitation level. However, some routes along the Great Himalaya Trails lie in the rain shadow, a dry area on the leeward side of a mountain, namely Mustang to the north of Annapurna and Manaslu, Dolpo to the north of Dhaulagiri, and the far west of Nepal to the north of Saipal Himal.
Post monsoon, the weather tends to be more apparent. Winter is good but colder with shorter days, and spring can be affected by seasonal rain and snowstorms. Summer is temporary and is quickly followed by the monsoons. Monsoon treks are usually in the dry Manang and Mustang areas.
Even though rain is quite common and unpredictable, it’s never going to rain 24 hrs. a day other than in monsoon. This time is the perfect time to trek in Nepal because of the lesser crowd, lesser dust, high visibility, and the spectacular flowers brought to life.
Trekking in Nepal is always better such as solo trek, group trek, group travel, group trip, With an experience guide. Hiring a guide/ porter is like supporting people who try to earn their living because people in these areas mostly depend on these. It never means you are weak but supporting each other.
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