The fun of Trekking into the Mystical Lands of Nepal:

Trekking in Nepal The Ultimate Paradise is a once in a lifetime experience definitely not to be missed. Nepal being culturally rich is a paradise for adventure seekers offering anyone with diverse aspects of adventure. Despite being a small country the baffling fact about Nepal is that the amount of adventure prospect it puts forth before us is miraculous which no other small country could offer. The elevation variation ranges from 59 m/193 Ft above sea level to 8848 m / 29028 Ft above sea level. Extraordinarily, you can experience the change in the temperature from hot to extreme chill within a short span of time. Moreover, you can experience the terrain variation from lush tropical region to infertile alpine to the driest desert. However, the most astonishing thing is, all this happens within the distance of 800 Km length and 200 Km diameter.

Trekking in Nepal encompasses walking into the legendary trails of Nepal with vibrant hills and sky rocketing snow clad mountains. The deep gorges and cultural villages is earnestly away from the world and it is an inception to the life changing prospect. Several times Nepal has succeeded being as ‘The World’s Number one Trekking Destination”. Lonely Plant has crowned Nepal as worlds ‘best value destination’ for 2017.

Nepal – The Adventure Playground:

Nepal is literally an adventure playground where trekking variation from subtropical to desert to alpine is a phenomenal experience. People are of the notion that trekking in Nepal is of grave concern that involves grueling workout and challenging physical groundwork due to its terrain formation. The truth is Nepal has scores of effortless foothill treks for the beginners to start with, that equivalently offers alike fascination with cultural villages and magnanimous mountain views unlike anything else on Earth. Walk on time-honored trekking trials through traditional settlements, ancient terraced fields, emerald forests and Himalayan pastureland with the backdrop of awe-inspiring majestic mountains as a crucial part of your trekking is out of the ordinary.

Trekking in Nepal offers you so much selections, that’s the reason why there’s a beautiful saying ‘Once is Not Enough’. For the convenience of food, warmth and shelter from infrequent harsh weather, tea houses (trekking lodges) are almost at every trekking destination of Nepal. After the hard days walk anyone can thankfully have the privilege to relish in one of these cozy tea houses which are a home far away from home.  Despite this fact, the old days of camping and being into the wild away from civilization is still in existence.

However, even in such advancement of trails and accommodation facility anyone can do camping trekking in any destination. Furthermore, there are still sufficient trekking destinations which are yet to be explored and unlocked to the outside world. And some of these hidden valleys are still very untouched by the civilizations which are less trodden where people adore doing camping treks.

 

Trekking Variation:

This tiny country has so much to offer in the sphere of trekking and hiking. From trekking in the effortless foothills which anyone of any age group can join, anybody has an option to go extreme to experience the worst of chill condition into thin air. Additionally, trekkers from around the world start trekking from as below as 600 m elevation to as high as 5545 m and above. From bush walking in the low lands to life-demanding expedition is what this country has to offer. Similarly, be it of who you are or where you are from, Nepal has a piece of pie for everyone of any age and any level of fitness.

This little gorgeous country has 8 out of the 14 highest peaks in the world that are above 8000 m. Especially, some entirely belong to this country itself and some share the border with China or India.

These 8 world’s highest mountains are:

  • 1. Mt. Everest:         (8,848 m/ 29,028 feet) – World’s Highest mountain.
    2. Kanchenjunga:  (8,586 m/ 28,169 feet) 3rd Highest in the world “The Five Treasure of the snow”.
    3. Lhotse:                  (8,516 m/ 27939 Ft) 4th Highest in the world “The Wall of Legends”.
    4. Mt. Makalu:        (8,481 m/ 27824 Ft) 5th Highest in the world “The Gigantic Pyramid”.
    5. Mt. Cho Oyu:      (8,188 m/26,864 Ft.) 6th Highest in the world “Turquoise Goddess”.
    6. Dhaulagiri I:      (8,167 m/26794 Ft) 7th Highest in the world “Dazzling White”.
    7. Mt. Manaslu:      (8,156 m/ 26758 Ft) 8th Highest in the world “Mountain of the Spirit”.
    8. Annapurna I:     (8,091 m/ 26545 Ft) 10th highest in the world “Goddess of Harvest”

 

the Matterhorn of Nepal, Amadablam - one among the most beautiful mountain in Nepal

You hope to climb the highest mountain in the world or just be at its base. You walk to the highest lake in the world, or go over the highest navigable pass or walk through the world deepest gorge or simply relish with the short hikes – Nepal has it all. This small country can be trekked all around the year no matter if its monsoon, winter, autumn or spring. Nepal has so much to offer anyone with ample variety.

 Where do you fancy trekking?

  • 1. At the tropical region with ample flora and fauna OR
    2. In the alpine with rare alpine plants and getting close to the snow-capped mountains OR
    3. To the arid desert-like rain-shadow area with less vegetation with medieval setting and ancient tales.

Nepal justifies it all.

Unique Culture:

While trekking in Nepal The Ultimate Paradise you would be surprised to witness the very rich culture that this country sustains. Further, it’s very unique in its features in the entire universe. However, you would see the influence of Tibetan, Mongolian and Indian culture yet with these mixtures it has evolved with distinctiveness over the years. If truth be told this small country has over 125 ethnic groups and more than 123 languages spoken. In different parts of Nepal diverse customs and tradition flourish yet the wonderful harmony. This  religious harmony is what makes Nepal so exceptional.

Though Nepal is known as the only Hindu Kingdom in the world however, it is charmingly interwoven with Buddhism, Hinduism, Shamanism and other beliefs. The religious tolerance and the mutual harmony are nowhere to be found. In fact, traditionally Nepal has a beautiful intermingling of traditions, festivals, beliefs and philosophy that blend in together with tranquility.

 

However Trekking in Nepal The Ultimate Paradise involves lot of excitement. Come over and witness the real trekking experience. Meet the locals, enjoy our delicacies which are awesome and ‘FEEL THE DIFFERENCE’.

 

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