Trekking in Nepal
Travelling around to Nepal trekking is a dream to many people who wish to see the mountains from closest view. It possesses 8 out of the 10 Highest Peaks in the world. Also, it has been attracting tourists, researchers and photographers who desire to see the culture and tradition of people, religious sites and different world heritages. The beauty of the mountains, flora and fauna of Nepal is well known, but you don't need to be an experienced mountaineer to see it. However, the only way to truly experience and appreciate the natural wonders, and the cultural diversity of Nepal is by going on foot. With more than 80% of Nepalese people living in rural locations, Trekking in Nepal gives you the unique opportunity to interact first hand with the real Nepal. Nepal has a wonderful variety of trekking available, catering for both beginners and experienced trekkers alike. At Nepal Trek Adventures we have many treks to choose from and can even tailor make an itinerary specifically for you. Contact us for further information.
September to November is the best season for Nepal trekking. During October and November, the season is often dry and warm and overwhelming mountain ranges can be viewed. Even though the weather is relatively chilly at high altitudes, December to February is still considered as a good period for trekking. March, April and May offer better weather for the trekkers during which the trails are surrounded by superb wild flowers and fascinating rhododendron forests. During monsoon (June to August) also, trekking is possible in shadow areas of north in the Himalayan like Annapurna circuit, Upper Dolpo Trekking, Upper Mustang Trekking and Tibet Trekking from Nepal part are much famous. Since rain clouds cannot reach these regions because of the high mountains, they do not experience rainfall throughout these months.
Based on system and methods, there are two common styles of Trekking in Nepal- Tea House Trek and Camping Trek.
Tea House Trek: In this style, overnight stays and meals services are taken from the tea house and lodge during the trip. Together with you there will be the porters to carry the baggage and equipment and a guide to show you the trail. The popular routes for tea house include Annapurna, Langtang, Manaslu, Everest Region and now a day you can see Tea House in most of the Trekking part of Nepal.
The Camping Trek: This is another style in which all food and camping equipment are carried together with the team of guides, cooks and porters who also take care of all the logistical details, camp set-ups and prepare delicious meals. These arrangements can be on behalf of an individual or group customers.
The various treks are listed below, together with a grading what is trekking & what is the grade? Please (see trekking grades) and typical number of days to complete, given an average fitness level. Please note that in many cases these can be done more slowly or quickly than stated. Accommodation is typically in teahouse style offering good clean rooms and a choice of Nepalese and European food. Your booking would include transfers, trekking permits, guiding, all accommodation, breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a porter (1 per 2 people - 15kg max) during the Trekking in Nepal.
- Jomsom Trek - 12 Day
- Annapurna Circuit - 21 Days
- Annapurna Sanctuary Trek- 14 Day
- Ghorepani - Poon Hill Trek- 8 Day
- The Royal Trek- 8 Day
Trekking in Eastern Nepal
- Kanchenjunga Base Camp - 25 Days
- Kanchenjunga North & South- 26 Days
- Makalu Base Camp Trek - 19 Days
- Arun Valley Trekking
Nepal Short Treks
- Everest Base Camp Trek- 17 Days
- Everest Classic Trek- 22 Days
- Everest View Trek- 10 Days
- Gokyo Valley & Chola Pass- 20 days
- Jiri to Everest Base Camp- 27 Days
- Everest Three Pass Trekking-19 Days
Trekking in Restricted Areas
- Upper Mustang Trekking- 17 Days
- Upper Rolwaling Trekking-19 Days
- Upper Dolpo Trekking- 24 Days
- Manaslu Round Trekking- 20 Days
- Manaslu Base Camp Trek- 19 Days
- Manaslu and Annapurna - 23 Days