5 Best Treks in Nepal

Trekking becomes worth it only when you are able to trek on a great platform, we often search for good mountain ranges and Hills for our Trekking tour, but luckily Nepal is blessed naturally with best trekking destiantions and all the more the best trekking routes are stretched completely in Nepal. With incredible landscapes and unchartered wildlife, Nepal promises to deliver the best to the trekkers and non trekkers. With good hiking boots, patience and sound knowledge consider any of these trekking spots to get a unique experience:

  1. Everest Base Camp Trek
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Being at Nepal and taking up the Everest base camp trek is the best thing that can happen in anyone’s life. 14 days of trekking on this famous trekking destination in Nepal will give new meaning to trekking experience, with fantastic mountain peaks, beautiful hills and serene atmosphere you are going to explore the heaven on Earth.

The whole trekking journey will make you pass through amazing ridges and trails, but not to worry you have got ample space to rest then and there. People can trek on this place all the year through, but to enjoy the real view it is ideal to take up this trek during summer as you can enjoy the spectacular color and beauty of the surrounding.

2) Annapurna Circuit Trek

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Who wouldn’t dare to take up an Annapurna circuit trek! Trekking along the circuit of 128 mile horse shoe shaped route is as cliché as the trek. The heavenly high Annapurna range stands as a crown with its stunning six mountain peaks and looks stupendous with the shadows of Mount Everest over it.

Starting at Besisahar at 820 m you are going to ascend to reach the summit passing through some lovely points like Thorung pass, Tatopani, Poonhill, and then downhill to Nayapui. As you make way through the pass you can feel your feet crumble beneath the black lunar landscape and sharp wind on your face. Before this trek gets explored by the jeeps, trekkers can enjoy the gorgeous landscape and the pristine natural circuit’s state by foot.

3) Langtang Valley Trek

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Better known as the Glaciers trek, the Langtang valley trek is the closest destination from where you can experience the massive snow capped mountains and the amazing glaciers.

As the whole valley is dominated by the Mount Langtang Lirung, trekkers will be able to pass through swift mountain streams, pine forests, rugged rocks, snow capped peaks and grassy meadows. Starting at Syabru Bensi the trekking period of around 10 days will give you plenty of opportunity to experience the lifestyle and natural wonders of Nepal.

4) Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

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Sikkim offers the spectacular Kanchenjunga base Camp Trek to the adventure seekers, the trekkers all the way through their 20 days trekking will pass through high mountain peaks, floral, amazing wildlife slight, pristine forest and more. The Sikkim Kanchenjunga trek also offers a superb view of Sikkim’s beautiful forests including Magnolias, Rhododendrons and some rare flower varieties.

This third highest peak of the world looks all the more tremendous as you near it passing through the forests of pine and orchards. Crossing through the high valleys and isolated monasteries you will feel that you have conquered a challenging trek.

5) Annapurna Base Camp Trek

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Annapurna Base Camp Trek can be trekked either from Nayapul or Dhampus Phedi. Trekking really makes sense as you trek along 8091 meters with more than 29 peaks. ABC trekking will take you into a journey where you can discover and explore the scenic views of various ranges of mountains, Rhododendron forests, various villages, Modi Khola River and again as you pass path alongside Modi Khola grab a splendid view of Himchuli, Fishtail and South Annapurna and of course not to miss out the striking beauty of Nayapu. On reaching Pokhara trekkers will get a pleasurable ambiance and great satisfaction from what this trek gave them!

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