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9 popular trekking destinations in Nepal!

 July 12, 2021      By Himalayan Hero
9 popular trekking destinations in Nepal!

Holiday seasons are almost here, we have nearly 20-30 days off, so how can the holiday be utilized? Should we spend roaming around or lazing the cubical or should we take a flight to Nepal land in the best trekking places inside Nepal?

A handful of options in hand, but if you are a trekking adventure prefer, and willing to explore the highlands inside Nepal, then trekking in Nepal should be the one marked at the top in your bucket list for Nepal. Nepal is on a high trend for its trekking and different spontaneous activities. But this holiday season we are just marking the 9 most trekking destinations in Nepal.

Many alluring natural attractions of Nepal is located at a distant. In many cases, no machines used for transportation can be used to reach over to the faraway location. One fine example is Annapurna & other mountain regions of Nepal.

These naturally enriched and captivating places can only be conquered through the medium of land by trekking. If you are one of those enthusiasts who love to sense the natural beauty, then trekking is t the-best adventure that you should Experience in Nepal.

The flowing terrains of Himalayas, the gliding landscape of the lusty jungles, the densely populated village with hostile welcome, the embracement of local culture, the trekking in Nepal is not confined just trekking up the rocky trails. It's, in fact, the area demonstrating natural scape, and inhabitant culture.

One can find the best-suited trekking packages in Nepal offered by the best travel operators. The best trek depends on the acceptance, level of difficulty, and the total number of days remaining in your hand. There are numerous travel agents offering customized trekking itinerary that fits inside your budget. There are also several luxury trek packages offered in the most reform form, high-end luxury with proper time management.

Find out the best 9 most preferred trekking destination in Nepal which meets your preference and choice of trekking;

  • Everest Base Camp Trek
  • Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
  • Annapurna Circuit Trek
  • Upper Dolpa Trekking
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek
  • Upper Mustang Trekking
  • Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
  • Langtang Valley Trek
  • Manaslu Circuit Trek

#1. Everest Base Camp Trek (EBC-trek)


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Maximum Elevation:5600m Kala Pathar
Trekking level: Difficult
Season: Autumn/ Spring
Accommodation: Hotel/Lodges/Tea House
 
Yes! It’s not an ordinary mountain or peak, it’s the Everest, the highest summit standing high with a height of 8848m. And Everest Base Camp trek package takes you to the foothill of the Everest.

The journey begins from descending to Lukla, Sir Edmund Hillary Airport, walking through the settlements of the Sherpa community. During Springtime, the village is absolutely covered by the red forests of Rhododendron.
The trek takes you through the pastures, suspension bridge, glaciers, monasteries, and three high passes of Everest, and Dudh Koshi River.  Throughout the walk, you get to experience the legendary footprints of the mountaineers and the popular acclimatization center; Namche Bazar.
 
Himalayan Hero Adventure has crafted the Everest region package, where the trekkers can select any one of the trek package from Gokyo – Chola Pass- EBC trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest Tengboche Trek, Gokyo Lake Trek, Three Pass Trek, Jiri to Everest Trek and Pikey Peak Trek.
 

#2. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek
 


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Maximum Elevation: 3210m
Trekking level: Easy
Season: Autumn/ Spring
Accommodation: Hotel/Lodges/Tea House
 
A shorter yet entertaining trek. No technical skills are needed to accomplish the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek. The trek is easy enough for any beginners willing to explore the extravagant portion of the Gandaki and Dhaulagiri region. Straight from Pokhara, through the beautiful farmlands of Ghandruk, we incline upon Poon Hill. The trek is refreshing for those who have a very limited holiday in Nepal.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek highlights the white ranges of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna range. The paranormal is no less attractive. The spectacular glimpse of the Annapurna vista is the key highlight of the trip. So, yes, the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is the shortest trekking destination of Nepal
 

#3. Annapurna Circuit Trek


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Maximum Elevation:5416m
Trekking level: Moderate
Season: Autumn/ Spring
Accommodation: Hotel/Lodges/Tea House
 
Annapurna circuit trek highlights the culturally rich and natural diversity of Nepal. The trail traverses the terrains of the whole Annapurna region offering the natural glaze of Langtang Himal, Manaslu, Annapurnas, Dhaulagiri, and Machhapuchre.
 
The trek admires the high alpines, arid peaks, lush valley, deepest George, and hostile village.
The time taken to travel through the Annapurna circuit is not less than 14 days, so travelers need to pack their bags for 16-18 days (including the contingency period).
 
For explorer’s feasibility, Himalayan Hero offers Annapuran Region trekking package including Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Mardi Himal Trek, Khopra Danda Trek, Annapurna Dhaulagiri Trek, and Nar-Phu Valley trek.
 

#4. Upper Dolpa Trek
 


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Maximum Elevation:5250m
Trekking level: Difficult
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Hotel/Camping 
 
 Upper Dolpa the mysterious place surrounded by the barren landscapes, Tibetan style villages, and mountain peaks. To reach the destination one needs to pass through the three high passes Jeng La (5110m), Nagdalo (5350m) and Shey La (5000m). The trekking region is challenging yet rewarding displaying insightful cultural exposure.
 
Solo trekkers are not permitted to explore the Upper Dolpa region. Hence, an individual must acquaint travel agencies in Nepal for the trek. Other trekking regions of Upper Dolpa are Lower Dolpa, Rara Lake, and Dolpa Jumla trek.
 

#5. Annapurna Base Camp Trek

 
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Maximum Elevation: 4320m
Trekking level: Moderate
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Lodges/Teahouse
 
Annapurna Base Camp trek takes you through the foothill of Mount Annapurna. The trek takes you closer to the Annapurna peak (8000m), in a short span of time. It’s a short trekking destination in Nepal of the Annapurna region. The most popular trekking trail takes you to the terraced rice paddled, high attitude landscapes, offering an incredible amidst peaks of Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, and Machhapuchre.  The trekking trail to ABC is just two and a half hours away from Pokhara.
 

#6. Langtang Valley Trek

 

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Maximum Elevation: 4984m
Trekking level: Moderate
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Lodges/Teahouse 
 
Dictated by the Langtang Himalayas, the Lantang Valley Trek is another short destination trek in Nepal, that runs through the bamboo forests, roaring waterfalls, and snow-capped mountains. The trekking trails take you at the elevation of 4984m, offering a majestic view of Langtang Ri, Dorje Lakpa, and Langtang Lirung.
 
The adventure carries you to the Langtang village, Langtang National Park introducing you to the Buddhist Tamang culture. The ideal option to explore the panorama, low land glaciers, and rare vegetation.
 
One can choose an array of Langtang Valley trek package designed by Himalayan Hero. The agency is keen to value the time of trekkers hence has introduced six packages for the Langtang region including Ganesh Himal Trek, Langtang Helambu Trek, Ganja La Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Langtang Gosaikunda Trek, Tamang Heritage Trail trek.

 
#7. Manaslu Circuit Trek

 
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Maximum Elevation: 5115m
Trekking Level: Hard
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Lodges/Tea House
 
Manaslu Circuit Trek flaunts the mystical peaks of the Manaslu range in the Nepal-Tibet border. Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world, residing in the Manaslu region. The trail takes you to the challenging Larkya Pass and to the Hindu-Tibetan influenced village. The whole of Manaslu Circuit Trek is high in topography, offering scenic beauty of the Himalayan region.

Hence, Manaslu is termed as the best trekking destination of Nepal. To reach the Manaslu Circuit Trek, there are certain permits and restrictions. The trek discourages Solo Adventure, hence the collaboration with the trekking agency in Nepal is a must.
 
To make Visit Nepal 2020, a successful one, Himalayan Hero has Manaslu Circuit Trek- 18 days package, Tsum Valley Trek-20 days and Manaslu Circuit Trek and Tsum Valley Trek- 21 days package.

 
#8. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

 
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Maximum Elevation: 5160m
Trekking Level: Hard
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Tea House/Camping
 
Kanchenjunga is the second highest summit in the world situated in the eastern part of Nepal. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek travels the diversified nature of the low ends of Nepal, taking you to the deep secluded mountain in Nepal laying the border of Nepal and Sikkim. This region besides the white landscape is the home of rarest flora and faunas, allowing the trekkers to take exposure to the local culture and nature.
 
The trekkers are strictly prohibited to travel alone. Partnership with any travel agency in Nepal is a must.  The Kanchenjunga Region package framed by Himalayan Hero has Kanchenjunga trek- 27 days, and Walangchung Gola Trek – 29 days.

 
#9.  Upper Mustang Trek

 
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Maximum Elevation: 3810m
Trekking Level: Moderate to Hard
Season: Autumn/Spring
Accommodation: Tea House/Lodges
 
Upper mustang trekking region is the most explored area by the geo-techs. The region was open for trekkers from 1992. The landscape of the Upper mustang and of Mustang region is closer to Tibet. Besides the ruffle hike, the place is enchanting for its ancient 16th-century Buddhist monasteries, sheer wall cliffs and rock shelves, deserted landscapes, and snowy peaks. Mustang region is the paradise for the trekkers, as they are given the option to explore the Upper Mustang, Lower Mustang, and Jomsom-Muktinath, by the travel agents in Nepal.
 
 

Trekking Etiquettes that must be followed by the trekkers

 
Trekking is another most adventurous outdoor hobby or experimental journey practiced by the national and international backpackers in Nepal. Trekking burns additional calories and allows one to get a "front-closer "view of trees, hills and the snowy mountains. Trekking can be simply defined as a practice of walking through the trails running across the rural or wilderness areas. The major objective of people while on a hike is to explore and enjoy the scenic beauty of Nepal. English speakers throughout the world are pretty familiar to the term "Trekking" but their meaning varies in accordance with the origin. Now, let's understand a few differences in usage of the term "Trekking" in countries such as the United Kingdom (UK), Australia, New Zealand, and Nepal.
  1. United Kingdom (UK)- The  British native considers the word "Trekking" to be out-of-fashion. Hence, they prefer the term "hill walking" or just "walking" instead of "trekking".
  2. Australia:  The natives and non-natives of Australia call off-trail and on-trail trekking as "Bush Walking".
  3. New Zealanders: People landing to NEPAL from New Zealand use the term walking or bushwalking instead of Trekking. But, for longer or overnight walks (in trail/non-trails), they call it by the name "tramping".
  4. Nepal: In Nepal "trekking" is used for outdoor walks to hills or any other area. But, when you pack your back to walk to the mountainous region then it is known as "Trekking".
 
We may come across the term "cross-country trekking" and" backpacking". These words can be considered a synonym for the word Trekking. In addition, many people use the term "Thru-trekking" when they walk from one end to another end and then back of trails with a longer length.

Things to Consider while on Trekking

  1.  Hikers most often look for an exquisite naturally rich area to hike. Amusingly, the region selected for a hike by outdoor adventure lovers tend to be fragile and may hold some cultural aesthetic value to people residing there. Also, sometimes hikers unknowingly happen to destroy the environment which they appreciate. Destruction of resources of nature by one individual may not damage the environment to its worst but similar action by a large number or group can reduce the beauty of nature.
  2. In Nepal, protected areas have certain rules and regulation which is required to be followed by the guests. These rules are made in order to protect the greenery and endangered species living inside the area. Park rule forbids burning firewood, camping across restricted areas, disposing human waste and limitation on a number of hikers on a daily basis.
  3.  Proper need for Human waste Management is something you should always remember when on a hike. Human waste tends to pollute the water resources found region and many other hikers tend to get sick when on the trip.  Its best advised to dig waste holes about ten to twenty-five centimeters and to top it with soil after use. This type of ground hole is commonly called as "Catholes". Make sure to dig such holes about sixty meters away from lakes, rivers, and a pond as these preventive measures reduce the chances of contamination. And do not forget to mark it with a stick so that other hikers can use the same catholes.
  4. Most of the hikers love to enjoy the symmetry and exclusive features of threatened animals and birds. Before entering the endangered species zone, hikers are to learn and understand the nature of these species in order to avoid human-wildlife conflict.
  5. Hikers do make an impact on the natural environment where they are planning to travel to. So, take into consideration points before you take a trip to any alluring natural region of Nepal. As an example, we can consider the story of a backpacker from Czech. In the year 2005, the backpacker had traveled to National Park in Chile.  The traveler disobeyed park rule used handy stove and burned 7% of forest area. Hence, we advise you to be one of the responsible hikers!

P's and Q's (etiquettes) of backpacking



You may enjoy trekking alone, but its best advised to hike in a group. Why? As traveling in a group increases the safety of backpackers. While traveling in several 4-5 people many times one traveler interferes with the likes, dislikes, and satisfaction of another traveler. If you have been or think that this might happen with you as well go through our easy and good etiquette to resolve backpacker's interference. Please note that all situations below are hypothetical which may or may not relate with you:
  1. If you and your group happen to meet another group at a steep region then their might arise a situation where both the groups may not be able to decide which side of the trails is theirs and which is not. To make things simpler a rule has been established by the trekkers Association of Nepal where troop moving upward has the power to select their way which is commonly known as "Right to way." But this may be reversed if only two or smaller group is moving towards the uphill.
  2. While walking on a group, few move-in quicker pace than others. When the slow walker is forced to move quickly then their might arise a situation of the cold war between the bag packers. As a hiker, one must know that walking faster than natural raises the cause of injury as it increases fatigue and exhaustion. When two different types of a walker (slow and fast walker) are on the same team it is best advised to walk in accordance with the speed of slowest backpackers. If not, then there is a high rate for the divided members of the group to lose one another during their trip. Before heading to the trekking group if you happen to identify that your group has diversified walkers its best advised to hire a trekking expert to make sure everyone is safe.
  3. When two unknown teams of backpackers meet on trails or off-trails its best advised to exchange the good courtesy among each other such as smile, a well-sound hello, you can also start small talks with one another.
  4. Human nature differs accordingly, some trekkers like loud noise and sound but some don't. But while trekking across the areas where the mobility of wild and dangerous animals is high you must encourage loud noises as it reduces the chance of bumping into wildlife.
  5. Gently move the tree branches and twigs when on a walk to the forest and dense vegetative area as the hardwoods might smash the face of backpackers behind you.
  6. Do not camp on someone else private property without permission. It's better to stay on homestays and hotels across your trail routes.
 
Nepal is celebrating the biggest tourism festive year this 2020! You are now well informed about the trekking do's and don'ts through this piece of writing from Himalayan Hero Adventure. In order to make a safe yet adventurous trip to Nepal, you must allow us to be our guide, as our expertise in the field of trekking is longer than most of the travel institutions here in Nepal and we support you right from the planning phase of your visit. We believe in sharing our service life- long once you decide to take advantage of our service. 

To know more about the trekking packages in Nepal contact us @
www.himalayanhero.com


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