Nepal Trekking - world’s highest mountains

by Richa 

(from: Jul 16, 2012 to: Jul 16, 2012)

The greatest heights of the Himalayas are draped with a beautiful land called Nepal. It is a land of yaks and yetis, stupas and Sherpas and of course the best destination point for trekking. Therefore, adventure seekers explore your strength and zeal by making your trip to Nepal trekking. Trekking in Nepal will offer you a variety of opportunities to know this amazing valley and its attractions and you will find the world class artistic and architectural heritage.

You can surely enjoy the spectacular mountain trips with Nepal trekking holidays with exciting trekking adventure activities in Nepal. You will find the amazing ranges spread across the Himalayas to offer you the outstanding Nepal trekking.

Everest Base Camp Trek
This high altitude trekking is a classic walk through the Solu - Khumbu when you make your trekking through these lanes with the only objective to see the highest peak of the world called the Mount Everest. You will be amazed to find the greatest peaks like Ama Dablam and the Lhotse wall. Fir close-up mountain views you can find the Khumbu region. The Everest base camp trek comprises of 4 nights in Kathmandu and 11 days lodge trek.

Annapurna Base Camp trek
It is a 16 day trip that starts at Phedi to Annapurna which is one of the most magnificent peaks in the world. The trekking Annapurna will take you to the fascinating traditional villages of Nepal’s ethnic communities of Gurung, Magar and Thakali that will welcome you warmly. While returning, you can witness the breathtaking views of an early morning sunrise from the snow capped peaks of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Mountains. The trekking can be experienced more interesting during the spring season to find the amazing natural beauty. Although it can be enjoyed throughout the season except during monsoons.

Around Manalsu Trek
You will be amazed to trek through this beautiful range of Nepal via Namche Bazaar towards Everest Base Camp to the Annapurna region. This trekking will take you to the world’s highest peak of 8163 m called the Manaslu heights which is a fascinating and beautiful region along the border of Nepal and Tibet.

Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek
The 22 days trek around Dhaulagiri circuit which is the sixth highest mountain in the world brings dramatic views of the whole Dhaulagiri range. The adventure loving people who love nature and wilderness can find this amazing place the perfect choice for Nepal trekking. They must have a great physical strength and basic mountaineering skills.

Annapurna Circuit Trek
Annapurna is the most happening enticement trekking destinations of Nepal. The Annapurna Circuit trek is the most famous and amazing trekking route in the region since 1977. This three week trek starts right from Besishahar and goes along the Marshyangdi River and provides great views of Manashlu and Himal Chuli to the east. You can witness wide diversity of people from different ethnic groups and the majestic views of the white Himalayas. The highest point of the trek is a Thorungla pass at the top of the valley at 5416m high.

Gokyo Lower Everest BC Trek
It is one of the classic treks in Nepal which starts from Everest and finishes at Lukla in two weeks. The Everest base camp trek is undoubtedly one of the amazing treks in the world. This trek will take you to the tiny villages, across high mountain passes, and through remote valleys, villages, and monasteries. Kala Patthar which is 18,450 feet highlights the truly spectacular panoramic views of Mount Everest.

Ganesh Himal Trek
Trekking through the central eastern region of Nepal which is still untouched by the modern world is the Ganesh Himal. It is at the height of 4100 m and forms like a chain to be known as 'Great Himalayan Chain'. The Ganesh Himal ranges are found between the valley of the Buri Gandaki in the west and Bhote Koshi in the east and becomes Trishuli River in the lower section.

Enjoy Nepal adventure holidays through these above mentioned amazing trekking routes and experience the difference

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