A trekker ain’t a trekker if they haven’t performed their trekking in Nepal. Nepal which is the pure gift of the nature is the best destination for trekkers. Just imagining a place where there are green mountain with sparkling rivers. Place where there is sloppy hills and waterfalls in the shade of the forest. Such serene atmosphere can bring peace in anyone’s mind. And there is no any other place other than Nepal which can provide you such place. The term “Heaven is myth Nepal is real” proves that.

Trekking in Nepal in its real sense means the walking at the beautiful region like Nepal. And passing various Mountain and George in mountainous country for enjoyment and exercise. Enjoying the immense beauty you can trek to amazing places like Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit, Poonhill, Langtang, Manaslu, Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, Kanchenjunga, Makalu Base Camp and many more. Trekking in Nepal at the beautiful and high land of Nepal has its benefits. It will enable the trekkers to view the glorious view of the high hills of Nepal covered with snow. Similarly, the trekking at the low lands in Nepal will enable trekkers to enjoy the great view of the forest, local settlements filled with traditional culture.

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Trekking in Nepal can be done at the time when your will power is in high state. Still its best during October to December and February to May. During these periods, temperatures are warm, the skies more clear and mountain views are often superb. Challenging the nature is not an easy task. It demands both mental and physical fitness but the actual level of difficulty varies depending on the region, season and the kind of trek undertaken.

 

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Every year Nepal attracts more than 200,000 trekkers’. Though fun, Trekking in Nepal is not an easy job. It has risk as walking at altitude is harder than walking at sea level. Unexpected conditions may be on the trail. Unpredictable weather can add the challenge. The trekker might suffer from Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) and Altitude problem. The key is to walk at your own pace, rest when you feel it is necessary and carry necessary items to secure you.

 

Trekking in Nepal, one of the major activities that many people from entire world want to do is exciting job for anyone. However, Trekking in Nepal guides can be beneficial to know about unavoidable police check points and info regarding the proper permits. Special permits are required for restricted areas such as Dolpo, Upper Mustang, Manaslu, Tsum Valley, Nar-Phu, and Kanchenjunga.