This blog post will provide you with plenty of information and guidelines for your trekking and walking holiday in Nepal. Trekking routes, costs, insurance, maps, your trekking permit, choosing the right trekking company, and many more subjects will be explained.
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This blog will help you all travelers to ensure food information on Everest Base Camp trekking. First of all, everyone should be clear up, Everest is located in one of remotest places of Nepal, not access by land transportation. the food items and equipment m.Rajendra Dhamala’s (Raj)started working as a trekking guide since 2008 and today he is a experience trekking guide to arrange best trekking packages in all Nepal treks and tours As well as give a good cost and package as well as arrange by service tour and treks guide and porters then help to make permit Tim’s card flight booking hotel booking as a expedition permit any short hiking around.Due to the variation in geography and lifestyle, trekking in Nepal has a great potentiality. Moreover, the Great Himalayas securing the nation from the Northern side are the added attractions to the avid trekkers from all over the world. The different types of forests are inhabited by a large variety of animals and birds.
Top 5 Easy Treks in Nepal. Posted February 18, 2020 by World Alpine Treks. Are you in search of any easy trekking options in Nepal? If yes, then World Alpine Treks is here to acknowledge you with few trekking trails that have been considered as easy treks in Nepal. Not all trails are hectic. read more.Read More
The trek to Everest Base Camp is the most popular in Nepal drawing upwards of 30,000 visitors a year for its incredible mountain views, excellent trails and comfortable tea house style trekking. Here we present a few options for those wanting to visit Everest Base Camp but at the same time get off the beaten track. These treks offer a sense of the undeveloped side of Nepal and the Himalayas.Read More
Manaslu Tsum Valley of Nepal. Posted in 31st May, 2020. Manaslu Tsum valley of Nepal is known as a hidden paradise within the Manaslu region of Gorkha district. The valley. More Detail; Mardi Himal vs Ghorepani Ghandruk Trek. Posted in 29th May, 2020. Trekking is the best thing to experience in Nepal. It gives an exciting vibrant to those.Read More
Best Time for Trekking In Nepal Alone. Trekkers from around the world visit Nepal throughout the year. But the seasons of Spring and Autumn are the best time for trekking in Nepal. This is also the perfect time for trekking in Nepal without a guide. April and October are the busiest time of the year. During these times, the popular trekking.Read More
Simikot- Humla- Kailash- Zangmu Trekking (Nepal-Tibet Trekking special ) - 30 days Days; Tsum Valley Trekking - 17 to 29 days Days; Upper Mustang Trekking Tour - 16 to 19 days Days; Upper Dolpa Trekking, Dolpo Trek - 24 to 33 Days; Newly Opened Trekking Route. Nar Phu Valley Trekking - 20 to 24 days Days; Tamang Heritage trek - 12 to 14 Days Days; Guerilla Trek - 16 Days Days; Off-the-beaten.Read More
Welcome To Nepal Wilderness trekking Pvt. Nepal wilderness trekking Pvt Ltd agency is managed by experienced guides and porter teams who have worked many years with other trekkin Read More.Read More
Trekking in Nepal in February is possible and the February is nearly the end of winter season in Nepal. The temperature in February gets warmer day by day, high Himalayas are still covered with snow in February. People usually fear to plan trekking in February because of cold however with the proper planning, adequate equipment and select the perfect trek, the trekking in Nepal in February is.Read More
Trekking in the Annapurna Foothills is a popular activity amongst the adventurous out there who don’t wish to take on the highest mountain in the world, but still want to experience the beauty of the Nepal Himalaya. While it requires a decent level of fitness, the treks are gentle and you will stay in comfortable mountain lodges in the heart of nature, and pass incredible mountain vistas.Read More
Nepal offers two kinds of trekking packages when it comes to lodging and eating during the trek; teahouse trekking and camping trekking. Tee house trekking is the easiest and luxurious kind of trekking, where you will rest at guesthouse and lodges. You eat, sleep, shower, and even use the Internet during your trek. On the other hand, camping trekking is challenging, in the off-beaten trails in.Read More
With eight of the ten highest peaks in the world and some of the most beautiful landscapes that can only be reached on foot, Nepal is justifiably the trekking-mekka of this world. Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal and you notice that when you arrive in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Everywhere you will find guides and porters offering their services and you will see loads of equipment for.Read More