Trekking in Nepal is one of the most sought after activity, due to the wide range of trails and mountains present in the country. When Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed the summit of Everest in 1953, trekking activities in Nepal came under global spotlight. Nepal's Longest trekking trail lies in to the northern side of country also called The Great Himalayan Trail. Trekking means walking one spot to another every day enjoying through mountains ascent and descent. In the east the Kanchenjunga Mountain to West Api Saipal a long walking route more than 100 trekking routes covers in Nepal.
Trekking is an adventure that requires you be walking through newly discovered and wild trails. Add to that the high Nepali hills and mountains, and you get the best trekking experience in the world.
In fact, the challenge of gaining and losing altitude adds undiscovered adrenaline while trekking in Nepal. For instance, The most popular walking route in Nepal Himalayas Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek , Annapurna Base Camp, Upper Mustang Trek are 5 star ranking walking route in the world you start at the altitude of 1300 meters above the sea level to standing at 5,545 meters base camp of trek or high passes.
Preparations required before joining a trek in Nepal
Due to high altitude walks that's required during a trek, trekkers need to prepare both physically and mentally. Arrangement of proper trekking gears and information about the terrain is regarded as very important preparations. On the other hands, there are also logistics of flying to and back that's important. Trekking Areas are monitored by local committees, so the government also charges permit fees and Information fees, which are mandatory. When you book with us, we manage all documentation for you and provide you with all the details you need before you head out.
To become physically fit, you need to hype up your exercise activities like running, hitting push ups and other fitness rituals. In our website, you can find trip difficulty in each trek that's listed in it. Unlike the everest base camp trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill trek is easy and only requires some physical challenges.
A journey with Acclimatization - high altitude trekking in Nepal
As you start gaining altitude, your body requires rest and attention to adapt to the thin air present in the atmosphere. Hence, acclimatization is a common practice. This is possible by resting at places where significant altitude is gained. "Climb high, sleep low" is the basic protocol for even mountaineers, who aim to step on the greatest mountain peaks. Hence, the trips are organized with one, two or more acclimatization stops depending on the journey and altitude gained.
Arranging organized trips
Unless you are a solo traveler who is experienced and doesn't need any guidance, it is very important that you do not trek alone. Local guides are helpful in showing you the terrain and taking care of you.
With us, you get the best trekking options and an experienced licensed guide. Plus, we organize all logistics from your airport pickup to your departure. This way, you do not need to worry about accommodation, meals and organization, as we do it for you.
The best seasons for trekking in Nepal
October is widely known as the best trekking month. So, autumn is considered the best season to trek. This is because there are less bugs, rain and clouds, providing you with the best view in a leisure climate. After autumn, spring is also considered as an attractive season, mostly because of the green flora and fauna, and a clear view. In this sense, early spring and mid-autumn are the best seasons to trek.
Heavy rainfall seasons like June and July are best avoided for trekking in Nepal. Early and mid winters are also considered good seasons for the adventure. On the contrary, you should avoid harsh winters.
Cost of trekking in Nepal
The costs related to trekking are based upon the number of days you will spend, the mode of doing trekking style, transportation and permit fees. If you go to our itinerary section, you will find that various treks have different costs due to these factors. For example, a trek in the restricted area is more costly due to the costly permit fees. On the other hand, trekking in the unrestricted parts are not that expensive.