Trekking in Nepal is the well-known destination in the world for enjoying the real beauty of nature through trekking. Nepal trek the trail into the interior parts of the country follows the ancient foot hill-trails, ancient river banks, intricately terraced fields and the forest ridges connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. Trekkers walk along the rough but beautiful trails in some case virgin track in the lap of the green forest and friendly looking hills. During the Nepal trek, we walk through the rhododendron forest, field, green, dark and deep forest with different seasonal flowers blossoming. Residential cottages for domestic and forest animals, a variety of birds, Hindus and Buddhist Temple Mountain with breath-taking landscape and warm greeting from smiling local people. The developed and well-defined trekking areas trail have been used for centuries.
Trekking holiday in Nepal is an all-season activity is possible for any season or time of the years depending on weather and where one wishes to go. Nepal trekking, however, the most popular season is spring (February to June) and autumn (August to November). Monsoon season also possible to trek during (June to August) you can plan your trek in the rain –shadow areas northern part of Himalaya like Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, and Manang. Most of the trekking areas go through the altitude between 1000m to 4000meters, while some popular trekking part reaches 5500m. Nepal Trek is not only the stunning views and landscape on the trail that captivate the trekker but also the people from a different ethnic group with whom they meet on the way a rare opportunity to experience Nepal’s rich cultural diversity. Nepal Trekking most popular routes have traditionally been the Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Langtang Region, Makalu, and Manaslu Regions. Kanchenjunga in the extreme east and Dolpo, Mustang the northwest Nepal gaining ground as popular destinations. Recently Government of Nepal has developed a number of heritage trails in different part of the country where you may combine a trek with a peek into the cultures of local community and different ethnic. The Great Himalayan trail that stretches 1700km from Kanchenjunga in the east to Humla in the west- a trek that will take a month to complete.