Trekking in Nepal is absolutely physical, mental feat for those travelers walking into nature and mountains sides. Nepal trekking became popular around the world being home of the eight highest mountains on this planet, Nepal is certainly the one of the best place for trekking with mountain in doing Trekking attractions to be high Himalayas.
Nepal Trek offers different regions to explore travelers from all around the world with its great beauty. Nepal has some of the best trekking destinations in the world. Many travelers visit the country for the purpose of trekking so the tourism industry is well prepared to facilitate all kinds of service of trekking and destinations to the tourist. Nepal is a country bordered to the north by the Tibet Autonomous Region, to the east and west by India. There are three different regions: (1) The Terai plain on the edge of India, (2) The Hills of the Himalayan foothills and (3) The high mountains of the Himalayan range, Great Himalayas Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world.
The national language is Nepali. Nepal is made up of many ethnic groups, each with their own dialect, but English, learned at school, is spoken fluently. Thanks to its geographical location (latitude, altitude) and despite the monsoons, Nepal can be visits for all seasons however spring and autumn are preferred summer and winter possible to certain places. Nepal is a small country by its size, but large by its geographical diversity and by the richness of its culture. It is made up of 61 ethnic groups (Magar, Tamang, Gurung, Rai, Sherpas and Newar many others) these groups of different origins and religions form a mix between Hinduism and Buddhism, where everyone lives in perfect harmony, which gives the Nepal all its grace and makes it a lively and colorful country. You will see wonderful Hindu temples and monuments, Buddhist monasteries, you can walk along rivers in a valley bordered by terraced rice fields as cross the wild jungle of the Terai, making your trip an unforgettable life time experiences.Nepal is certainly the one of the best place for trekking, hiking and adventures activities. Nepal has been attracting travelers from all around the world with its great mountains beauty.
Nepal has nine national parks, three wildlife reserves, World heritage sides, three conservation areas, and 11 buffer zones covering a total area of 28,959.67 kmsq. Altogether these areas constitute 19.67% of the country’s land area which is an amazing commitment for conservation. This also makes the Nepal a better significant country for the tourism.
Tea House/ Lodge Trekking:
Tea house trekking (Lodge trekking) is relatively a cheap way of trekking where meals and accommodation are provided in very affordable Tea houses along the route. This is quite a popular method for trekking in Nepal. Tea houses can be found along many of the trails. Meals are served as demanded through the menu which usually consists of simple and basic meals of the local peoples. Staying at a tea house is a great way to connect with the local people and explore their culture. Tea Houses can be found on the popular treks Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Helambu valley Trek and Upper Mustang Trek although many tea houses and hotels in the hills and mountains are reasonably comfortable; some may still be more rustic than others. So, be sure to have a look before you agree to stay the night.
Camping/ Organized Trekking:
This is considered as the classic style of trekking in Nepal and can be enjoyed almost anywhere in the country. Camping /Organized Trekking is fully supported by a team of guide, cook, Sherpa and porters to accompany you and make your journey pleasurable. Trekkers probably do not want to carry their own food and camping gear; carrying those would make their journey exhausting rather than exciting. This trekking makes you free from the exhaustion and lets you freely enjoy the journey
All the necessary trekking supplies such as food, fuel and other goods are carried by the porters. The cook prepares all the meals during the camping. Trekkers/ guests only need to carry a small day pack. During the night tents for dining, sleeping and ablution are set up by the staffs while mattresses, sleeping bags, tables and seating are also managed by them. A Sardar (chief guide) is employed to prearrange and oversee the entire program. All land transportation, local permits, taxes, porter insurance, port dues and entrance fees to National Parks or sites are arranged for you