Trekking in Nepal

by travelmaxguide

on 5th June, 2019

Trekking in Nepal


mardi trek nepal

Are you thinking of doing an adventurous activity or something different in a remote place? Trekking is what we would like to suggest. Because Nepal has the best trekking regions in the world like Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang. These are also the names of the mountains.

During trekking, you will be in the middle of the traditional villages. These villages have a forest of juniper and rhododendron. You walk through this forest. When you reach another village, you will have an opportunity to know the culture of that place. These are what tourists like. They will also come across glaciated rivers and beautiful blue lakes.

The best season for trekking in Nepal is mid-Feb to mid-June. Because the weather is temperate and the flower blooms. Likewise, mid-Sep to mid-Dec is also the best for trekking time because you can see the clear sights of peaks.

Of all the trekking regions, the Everest Region is the best. Because out of 100, 70 will do the Everest Base Camp Trek. You will reach the base of the highest mountain. This will be an achievement that you will definitely like to tell your friends.

When you do the Annapurna Circuit Trek, you will be walking in the world’s deepest gorge known as Kali Gandaki.

Trekking in Nepal also means walking in different types of trails. Some of these trails have few trekkers. Does this mean that this trek is infamous? You are wrong. You have to know one thing, the people who came to Nepal only wanted to do the Everest Base Camp Trek. They did not want to do the Everest Three High Passes Trek nor Gokyo Renjo La Trek. Both take place in the Everest Region.

Off the beaten treks require special entry permits, and they are Dhaulagiri Trek, Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Lower Dolpo Trek, and Makalu Base Camp Trek.