Nepal is the best trekking spot in the world, as it has some of the most striking natural beauty as well as rich cultural heritage. If you are seeking an enjoyable, unique, and rewarding place for trekking, you will certainly find this in Nepal. You will encounter not only snow-peaked mountains and wildlife, but also indigenous ethnic groups with rich diverse cultures. You will be overjoyed by the majestic sunrise views of the snow-capped mountains, the unique flora and fauna, breathtaking landscapes, innumerable streams/rivers and waterfalls, as well as ancient temples and monasteries. And of course, you will find a good subject for your camera in the caravans of mules or yaks.
Trekking is possible at any time of the year depending on where you are going. The most popular seasons are spring and autumn. During the winter season, trekking at lower altitudes is recommended. During the monsoon season, you can trek in the rain shadow areas of the north Himalaya.
The duration of a trek may be anywhere from one day to several weeks, and may be a camping trek, a teahouse trek, or a combination of the two.
This is one of the most adventurous outdoor activities. It creates a real team spirit, as camping treks are comprised of a professional guide, cook, sherpas, porters and so on. Our crew will manage the tents, food stuffs and other necessary mountain gear. You will definitely be proud and pleased to see their discipline and hard work. There are many beautiful places in Nepal which can be reached only by an organized camping trek, and enthusiasts regard this as the best way to see nature. In order to keep these areas in pristine condition, we do our best to ensure an eco-friendly camping/trekking experience.
Tea House Trek:
This is a more convenient and comfortable style of trekking, with its own merits. Tea house trekking is defined as going village to village and staying in the local lodges. It is good because you can interact directly with the local people and see how people live. However, the most popular trekking regions like Everest, Annapurna and Langtang are increasingly being developed so that it is becoming difficult to understand the “real” Nepal by viewing these areas. Luckily, you will be able to see the most famous mountains and experience authentic Nepalese culture, because our team of Nepali guides hold a wealth of knowledge about rural culture and will be sure to draw your attention to, and explain, details you may have otherwise missed. It should be kept in mind that tea house treks can be much busier than trekking in more remote areas.