Nepal is popular for its natural and cultural beauty. With 14 mountains over 8000 meters’ height, Nepal is the country that every trekker dream to trek on. The country has a distinct landscape. Within just a few hundred kilometers, you can move from plains to Terai to freezing Himalayas. Nepal is the favorite destination of trekking lovers with its highest mountains Walking Holiday in Nepal, scenic landscape, and most vibrant culture.
Walking Holiday in Nepal’s Himalayas attract thousands of trekkers from all over the globe. Many people come just to enjoy a walking holiday in Nepal. The trials of Nepal are unique from the trials in the world. Nepal can offer both if you want a walking holiday with a family or want to go solo.
So, for the adventure lovers and explorers, Happyland Treks has brought a list of Walking Holiday in Nepal.
Everest Base Camp Trek is the trek leading to the lap of the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest. The trek generally lasts for two weeks and moves through various renowned places like Namche, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gokyo. It is also one of the most popular treks in Nepal and the world.
Annapurna Poon Hill Trek is one of the best and short hiking walking holiday in Nepal. It offers spectacular stunning views of Annapurna Himalayan range include world’s 7th highest mountains mount Dhaulagiri, sunrise view and beautiful green hill and valley. It’s about 5-9 days trip.
Pikey Peak is another lesser-known but extremely beautiful trek in Nepal. The trek’s major highlight is the view of sunset and sunrise you can get from Pikey Peak. Also, you can get an astonishing view of the Everest massif and can be completed within seven to ten days.
Another most popular walking trip you can take in Nepal is the Annapurna Circuit Trek. The trek’s major highlight is the view of the Annapurna range. It is also popular for Gurung settlements. Gurungs are the native people of the Annapurna region. The trek offers great views of the surrounding mountains. Also, you will be traveling through lush rhododendron forests to the Annapurna Sanctuary, one of the most beautiful sanctuaries in the world.
Gokyo Lakes lies in the Khumbu region, popular as the Everest region. Generally, this destination lies in the trip to the Everest Base Camp. However, if you are not interested in visiting the base camp, you should go for a walk to the Gokyo Lakes. It is 20km nearer than Everest Base Camp. However, the views of turquoise lakes that lie beside Gokyo village make you wonder if Mt. Everest is the region’s highlight.
If you are tired of mountain treks or want to try out the bustling city in Nepal, then you should walk around the capital, Kathmandu. Due to its lower elevations, it has a great temperature. It is also the busiest city and hosts several UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You can easily move around the city by transportation. However, we recommend you to walk around as it will help you to explore the city more. Moreover, many street food vendors can only taste if you are traveling on foot.
Manaslu Circuit is also one of the underrated trekking trails in Nepal. Although it isn’t much popular as the Everest region and Annapurna region, Manaslu is a beauty. It doesn’t come second to any other trekking region of the world. This trip takes you to one of the 8th highest mountains in the world, Mt. Manaslu in Nepal.
Walking Holiday in Nepal like trekking, hiking, Day trip are the most popular trip in Nepal for the trekkers and travelers. And it’s amazing holiday trip in lifetime. Grab the opportunity and travel around the world with experience local guide.