Sunday, June 19, 2016

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..

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