Monday, June 20, 2016

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is the most touristic activity for a physically fit and mentally prepared nature and culture lover. It passes through a subtropical land (1000 m) into the alpine zone (5600 m) along the high pass, deep gorge, forest-clad hill, river valley, terraced field and village. Nepal is the best hiking dreamland on earth that wins and solaces the heart of trekkers by the beauty of the Himalaya and Tibetan culture. The Himalayan Region bears an isolated, untouched, formation of nature, including eight of ten highest summits in the world that is only accessible by walking. An air of peace and tranquility, Spectacular Mountain views, snowy paths, rocky steps, trans-Himalayan culture, per-historic cave, Tantric Buddhism and mysterious monasteries motivate tourists. The optimal hiking season remains late September to early December and late February to early May, however, hiking to rain shadow area (Upper Mustang, Dolpo region) in a monsoon and trek to  hill region in winter is also possible. Read more..

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Langtang Valley trek

Langtang Valley trek is a mountain trip along the river valley, Tamang settlement, and yak pasture with a view of snow-clad mountain peaks located northwest of Kathmandu. The journey begins at Syabrubesi after 8 hours bus journey from Kathmandu. It is eight-day moderate hiking in the Langtang National Park.  A camping and teahouse trek is possible with a national park permit and TIMS card. The permit is available at the army post just before Dhunche or at the tourism board in Kathmandu. Tourist can explore a Tamang culture, Tibetan Buddhism, and mountain views throughout September to May. Read more...

Annapurna Base Camp trek

Annapurna base camp trek is ten-day holidays enjoying the massif views of Annapurna (8091 m), Fishtail, Gangapurna, Hiunchuli, and Annapurna South. The hiking begins and ends in Nayapul (1070 m), and across the Ghorepani, Tadapani, and Chomrong village (2070 m). Chomrong, the large Gurung village is the gateway of the Annapurna sanctuary with the Close-up views of Annapurna Himalaya. A trail leads to Dovan, Deurali, MBC and ABC after the Gurung town. Annapurna sanctuary has developed by the Annapurna Conservation Area Project since 1986. This route goes along the Modi River Valley, including Poon Hill view. Trekkers may enjoy an ethnic culture, dress, cuisine, custom, and different languages of Gurung and Magar. Read more..

Everest Base Camp trek

Everest Base Camp trek is an adventure journey to the highest mountain in the world. The twenty-one-day strenuous trip starts after Kathmandu-Jiri bus tour (8 hours). Jiri to Everest base camp trip passes along a beautiful river valley, picturesque village, and diverse landscapes, including the UNESCO heritage site Sagarmatha National Park. Teahouse and camping treks arranged to the second most popular tourist destination in Nepal. A view of Mt Makalu (8463 m), Mt. Lhotse (8516 m), Mt. Everest (8848 m) and Mt. Cho Oyu (8201 m), fascinated.  The Everest Kalapathar (5545 m) journey motivates annually numerous trekkers with the best viewpoint of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Pumori with the Khumbu Glacier (32 km) and its Ice Pinnacles. The highest summit Sagarmatha does not see from the base camp. Read more

Trekking in Nepal

Nepal trekking acknowledges an adventure journey by foot on the highest mountain and deepest valley for a few days or a month.  A typical day’s walk lasts five to seven hours, including ascends and descends on the mountain rough trail enjoying a view of majestically standing mountains, diverse landscapes, and picturesque villages. A trekker can follow each step of the Himalayan pioneers, including Bill Tilman (1949), Maurice Herzog (1950), Toni Hagen (1950), Tenzing Norgay, Edmund Hillary (1953), Junko Tabei (1975), Reinhold Messner (1978), Prince Charles (1980), Jimmy Carter (1985), Apa Sherpa (1990), Pasang Lhamu Sherpa (1993), Yuichiro Miura (2013), and Prince Harry (2016). Every day hiking activity changed from one camp to another with a new experience.
Nepal trekking categorized normal, controlled, and guided trip with an easy, moderate, and strenuous grade. A teahouse, camping, homestay, and backpacking treks are available. Numerous local and foreign hiking agencies and organizations operate in groups in various regions of Nepal. Treks are organized either for ten to twenty people or for small groups. Trekking permits, TIMS Card, rescue insurance, well equipment and a professional guide are required. Visitors can start and end a trek in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Lukla, Jiri, Tumlingtar, Syabrubesi, Sundarijal, Nepalgunj, Juphal, Jomsom, and Besishahar. These places accessed by an air and surface transportation. Annual 200000 travelers, especially from America, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, England, Germany, Italy, India, Malaysia, Norway, Netherland, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, and Taiwan. The history of the trek has started since 1950. The 33 trekking peaks are opened for trekkers.Read more..