Posted on: 15 March 2015
Trekking in Nepal is an exploration on the abode of snows: a life experience to the world of bio diversity and an enchanting thrill in the mystery of distinct culture. Actually the diversity in Nepal’s nature and range to exotic culture makes this country ideal for trekking.
Nepal is a centre of attraction for all those beautiful minds who would like to explore nature and activate the faculty of adventure. Among the many tourist adventure activities in Nepal, trekking is by far the most popular. Nepal Trekking will take you through a country that has captured the imagination and explore for more than 100 years.
For romanticists, each step follows the footsteps of Tenzing and Hillary. Likewise, for those who enjoy nature each sight remains golden memory and delightful life experience. Himalayas enchants trekkers in such a way that they come time and again and have fondest memories of Nepal throughout their life.
For the most part, it is a proven fact that to walk is the only natural way to feel the nature of this enchanting treasure. Nepal is well known for some of the most impressive, exciting and breathes taking trekking that nowhere can be found in the world.
Direct exploration of world famous snow peaks like Mt Everest, twinkling lakes like that of fewa, flowing rivers, along with forests of brilliantly colored Laligurans (national flowers of Nepal) you will be rewarded with diversity of plant and animal spices.
One can also trek in Nepal on ponies in some of the remote areas. The ponies are well trained and are an equally enthralling way to travel for visitors. Pony treks follow nearly the same routes and are offered mostly in western region of Pokhara, Dolpa and Lo-Manthang Mustang. Trekking is the only way to know the locals intimately and experience their cultural history.
Exploring the exotic variety of culture and scenery is what brings people back the Nepal time and gain. One can walk the trails, which are easy to follow, and have been used by the local inhabitants for centuries or you can explore less used tracks, our guides can define these for you.