Trekking In the Himalayas

Trekking in the Himalayas is, in every sense of this term, an uplifting experience along with the most recent style of traveling to the hills. A special attraction of Nepal lies in its breathtaking natural beauty, its unique cultures, and friendly women and men. By walking through the hills of Nepal, you may come to understand why this nation has mastered the hearts of mountaineers and explorers for more than a century.


Consisting of 8 tallest mountains out of 14 highest peaks, Nepal is home of mountains. Additionally, this is one reason for trekking being popular in Nepal. Mainly trekkers are fond of Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, Manaslu Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Kanchenjunga South Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek and many more.


When to go?

The first two weeks of this dry season (October and November) is the perfect period for trekking in Nepal. The air is washed with the monsoon rains, the mountain scenery is superb and the weather remains comfortably warm. December, January, and February are still excellent months for hiking however the cold can be sour at high altitudes. March and May also provide much better weather when trekkers can see superb wildflowers, especially in Nepal’s wonderful rhododendron forests. During the monsoon season (June-August) hiking is potential from the rain-shadow regions of the north of the Himalaya, for example, top Mustang and upper Dolpo. These areas are out of range of the rain clouds as a result of high hills and therefore are unaffected by the monsoon.


Duration of the Trek

A Hiking trip could be of any length you choose. Popular short treks are available around the Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys, which only take one or a couple of days to complete while more transfers lasting from a week to a month. It is possible to unite a string of popular treks collectively and summit climbing for months on end.


Physical Fitness:

All Trekking demands a level of fitness that will allow you to devote a good day’s walking, uphill and down. Most treks shouldn’t be taken to obtain more than 500 meters 1 day above 3000 meters. There ought to be lots of time during the afternoon to cover that distance, and thus the physical effort but very strenuous sometimes is not sustained. The perfect preparation for hiking is cycling, swimming, running, squash, tennis and long walks between up and down mountains. Great physical conditioning will certainly help optimize your enjoyment of your sanity.


Trek Plan

Nepal provides lots of chances for treks lasting a day or maybe not, although most are considerably longer. Around Pokhara or the Kathmandu Valley, you can complete the trek in two, four or three times but for the very popular Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Circuit treks you have to allow fourteen days.


Tea house Trek

It is a favorite fashion of trek in the certain areas of Nepal where modest lodging at country lodges and moderate standard of meals are readily available along the trails. Our porters carry customers’ luggage and gear as well as the manual looks after the accommodation at lodges and food across the trails. Hot beverages tea/coffee with breakfast in the morning and dinner in the evening are served at the lodges.


Group Sizes

Group Sizes are kept small, to lower the impact on the environment and also to enable us to supply more personal support. The maximum group size on the vast majority of our treks/tours is 16 and the minimum course size is two.

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