Nepal is a destination of ultimate pleasure due to its marvelous trekking trails and high mountains. These trails offer pleasant surprises on each trekking experience. You can have various elements of adventure during your Nepal trekking. Trekking trails have humid forests, lush valleys, snowy passes, alpine lakes and many more which makes them diverse. You can explore unique natural and scenes along the trails. Besides, you have valued Buddhist heritages and holy Hindu pilgrimages during Nepal trekking.
Nepal trekking covers destinations from all over this Himalayan nation while Trekking in Nepal. Annapurna region has Annapurna Circuit trek, Annapurna Sanctuary trek and Annapurna Base Camp trek. Besides these, it has Ghorepani-Poonhill trek as easier trail. Nar Phu valley trek, Jomsom Muktinath trek, Dolpo trek are other popular trails in the rain shadow and restricted area of the region. Everest Base Camp Trek is the most popular trail of Everest region. Gokyo valley trek, Island peak trek, Mera Peak trekking and Everest High Pass trek are other popular trekking destinations here. Explore Langtang region through Helambu trek, Langtang Valley trek, holy Gosaikunda Lake and Tamang Heritage Trek. Here, you can experience unique local cultures. Manaslu Trekking has Manaslu Circuit Trekking to explore around the Manaslu peak along Tsum valley trekking. Trekkers also have other treks available to them during their Nepal trekking.
Trekkers consider dry and warm seasons (March to June and September to November/December) as the best trekking seasons in Nepal. However, you have routes available for trekking in other seasons also. Spring season offers blooming flowers and marvelous scenery while monsoon season offers lush vegetation and greenery. Adventurers prefer trekking in the rain shadow areas like Jomsom, Muktinath and Upper mustang in monsoon season. Trekkers should be careful about landslides and heavy rain during the monsoon and blockage of high altitude trails by snow during winter.
Adventurers should be well informed about trekking permit and its importance during treks. Trekkers in Nepal generally explore the protected areas making the ‘special permit’ for these trails a necessity. Besides, Trekker Information Management System (TIMS) card is another essential permit. You shall need special restricted trekking permit for trekking in the restricted areas like Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, Tsum Valley, Nar-Phu valley and Kanchenjunga. Trekkers must have these permits during the trek.
Altitude sickness or AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) is of biggest concern if you are trekking above 3000 meters. You must be hydrated and trekking gradually to avoid such illness at higher altitude. Trekkers should have good fitness level. Climbing mountain faces, use of crampons or climbing ropes isn’t mandatory in trekking trails. Be prepared for about 5-6 hours’ walk, on average, on hilly terrains. You must be conscious about the food and water purity. Plan out for emergencies also. Verify whether your Travel Insurance covers the emergency rescue on the higher altitudes. Find out whether some conditions are applied to such rescue, besides the coverage of insurance, compensation for loss due to flight cancellation and such. Choose reputed insurance company and carefully examine the terms and conditions. You should prepare a checklist of necessary gears and make sure to carry the necessary ones.
Thus, trekking in Nepal means experiencing natural wilderness, cultural and biodiversity. Unique landscapes and communities with rich cultural heritages are other attractions. Trekkers are welcomed here with full enthusiasm and served with excellent hospitality.
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