Trekking

To trek is to journey on foot and the imposing landscape of this mountainous country, the ethnic and cultural diversity, lush virgin forests abound with wildlife and the lofty Himalayas, make it the ideal region for such walkabouts. The majestic Himalayas, around which most trekking expeditions are engineered, stretch from end to end and provide trekkers with numerous possibilities. From the ever popular Everest Base Camp to the less frequented Kanchenjunga Base camp, Nepal offers uniquely special trekking routes for all keen trekkers. Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced veteran, there are plenty of trekking routes to take your pick from with choices ranging from short and easy tea-house treks to immense camping style operations for longer expeditions. Tea house treks are possible in the busier trekking routes like the Annapurna circuit and the Everest Base Camp, where you can trek without a guide and stop for meals and sleep-ins at local lodges along the way. Camping style treks are more suited for longer routes with large groups to remote areas like the Langtang region, as an even bigger entourage of porters, guides, cooks are required for such undertakings. And then there is the small matter of Trekking Peaks.  All peaks under 7000 meters are classed in this group and there are 32 such trekking peaks in Nepal, with the most popular two being Island…