Trekking In Nepal

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Trekking is a unique way of travelling on foot to remote and wilderness locations to experience mountains, villages, farmlands, rivers, gorges, passes, lakes, forests etc. Trekking in Nepal allows you to observe village life, view Himalayan peaks, learn local ethnic culture, climb mountain passes, and appreciate natural beauty along with hospitality and friendliness of Nepali people.

Nepal is renowned world over as the best destination for trekking. Numerous trekking trails have been opened in Nepal for trekking. Most of these trails are in the mountain regions and follows paths used by village people, cattle, horses and for trans Himalayan trade. The trails meander through scenic river-banks, terraced fields and the forests around the picturesque hamlets, and mountainous villages. The blossoming of rhododendrons and warm greetings from smiling local people are the main characteristics of Nepal. Trekking is possible round the year however, the most popular season is spring (February – May) and autumn (September-November). During the monsoon season (June- August), you can trek in rain shadow, trans Himalayan region such as Upper Mustang, Upper Manang and Dolpo.

There are two styles of trekking: tea house and camping. Tea house trek involves staying in lodges while in camping trekkers stay and prepare food in camps. We organize both tea house and organized trek in all trekking areas of Nepal and design tailormade programs based on your time, budget and interest. Some of the popular trekking regions are as follows:

Trekking duration: 15 days
Starting from: Nayapul (Drive from Pokhara 1 hour)
Ending at: Suikhet (By Bus or Car)
Grade: Moderate
Highest access of the trek: 4,200m. (Annapurna Base Camp)
Culture: Gurung, Magar, Brahmin, Chettri communities.
Mode of trekking; Lodge Trek or camping trek.

Himalayan peaks: Mount Annapurna I (8091m) Annapurna II (7937m), Annapurna III (7855m), Annapurna IV (7525m), Annapurna South (7819m), Mount Shikhar (7847m), Himchuli (6441m), Dhaulagiri 1(8163m), Dhaulagiri II (7751m), Nilgiri (6940m), Thapa Peak (6015m), Tukche Peak (6920m), Machhapuchhre (6993m), Mardi Himal (5588m), SinguChuli (6500m), TharpuChuli (5663m), Gangapurna (7483m), Lamjung Himal (6931m),

Attractions of the trek: Deepest Kali Gandaki gorge, Annapurna and Macchapuchre Base Camp, Annapurna Sanctuary, Upper Mustang, Lomanthang.

Trek to Annapurna base camp is one of the most popular and famous treks in Nepal. Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is more attractive than any other treks due to its rich culture, pleasant salient feature and natural scenery. This trek follows through villages, glaciers, gorges and waterfalls. In this trek you can have a close view of Mt. Annapurna and Mt. Machhapuchhre. Annapurna Sanctuary offers a natural amphitheatre surrounded by Annapurna south (7219m), Varaha Shikhar (7847m), Gangapurna (7485m) and Machhapuchhre (6993m). Annapurna base camp trek begins and ends in Pokhara.
Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu airport &transfer hotel
Day 02: Preparing trekking permit TIMS from TAAN
Day 03: Drive KTM to Pokhara city – transfer to hotel
Day 04: Drive to Nayapul- trek to Tirkhedunga1540m.
Day 05: Trekking Tirkhedunga to Ghorepani 2875m.
Day 06: Ghorepani – Punhill3210m. & trek Tadapani
Day 07: Trek Tadapani – Chomorong village 2110m.
Day 08: Trek from Chomorong Himalayan hotel-hotel
Day 09: Himalayan hotel-Machhapuchure Base camp
Day 10: Trek Annapurna BC 4120m-Himalayan hotel
Day 11: Himalayan Hotel- Chomorong village 2110m.
Day 12: Trek from Chomorng village-Pathana 1890m
Day 13: Trek to Suikhet & drive to Pokhara stay hotel
Day 14: Drive to Kathmandu by tourist bus and hotel
Day 15: Transfer in hotel to airport for final departure

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