Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal is one of the popular adventurous activities to be done in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is also a best means of exploring the culture, history, tradition, and beauty of this incredible country. Trekking in Nepal takes you through emerald hills, terraced farmlands, delightful villages, dense forests, beautiful scenery of the spectacular mountain views in the backdrops. Trekking in Nepal introduces you with the real rural Nepali culture where you can experience the unique culture, tradition and lifestyle of the Nepali people in the remote Nepal.
Nepal the birth place of founder of Buddhism, Gautama Buddha is naturally, culturally and traditionally rich. Apart from these qualities the country is home to worlds eight highest peaks among the fourteen including Mt. Everest itself. Nepal is geographically divided into three regions namely Himalayan region, The hilly region and The Terai region. These three region offers the wide range of variation in context of the topography climate and vegetation by virtue of which Nepal inhibits wide varieties of flora and fauna species. The country has preserved more than nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites among which eight are cultural heritage sites and two are natural heritage sites. Nepal offers more than 100 world classic trekking trail and many others off beaten trails.
On the basis of the difficulties trekking in Nepal is classified into easy, moderate and difficult trekking. You can either go for tea house trekking or fully camping style trek. For trekking through the restricted and conserved area in Nepal one has to get special permits. Some of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal are Everest Base Camp, Round Annapurna, Langtang valley, Helambu, Mustang, Manaslu which are also popular destinations all over the world. Trekking in Nepal depends upon the time and budget you are going to spend.