Nepal is famous for adventure and trekking.The terrain of the Nepalese Himalayas offers various stunning trekking routes. It is rather unfair to name one as the best trek in Nepal. As, these routes are different and best on their own way. Every year Nepal attracts +200,000 trekkers. That also means that every year +200,000 people are faced with the hard choice of selecting which trekking destination to explore in Nepal. Let’s face it – this is not an easy choice.

  • Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek is the best option for those looking to relish the spectacular close up views of the world’s highest mountains.  This trek offers you a chance to explore the Sherpa villages and their lifestyles.  This is one of the best treks in Nepal and offers an exclusive trekking experience.

Savouring an up-close view of the highest mountain peak in the world is a dream dreamt by every adventure enthusiast and mountain lover in the world. This trek gives you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy the closest view of Mount Everest, the grandest mountain to ever exist on the planet, boasting a height of 29,100 feet. In this trek, you experience the glorious walk on the footprints of legendary mountaineers. En route you pass through beautiful High Passes and roaring Dudhkoshi River. Along with renowned Namche bazaar, serene Imjatse valley and several Buddhist Monasteries on the trail.

  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Mount Annapurna is the 10th highest mountain in the world, and trekking to its base is nothing short of an achievement. If you find EBC too daunting, ABC is the second best option for you where you can challenge your spirit to do something extraordinary to deserve something extraordinary in the form of breathtaking views of the Himalayas. The trek leads you from the lush pastures to the Alpine forests. To conclude in the barren desert-like terrains of Manang and Mustang. And the bonus is every corner of the route promises a majestic view of Annapurna range. This trek offers a diverse trek route where you get a chance to accumulate as many memories as you like to.

The trail allows a gentler acclimatization as you traverse the variety of landscapes. From jungle to high alpine, lush valley and up to arid peaks. Along the trail, you pass through hospitable villages and the world’s deepest gorge.

  • Manaslu Circuit Trek

The Manaslu Circuit Trek is a remarkable trek flaunting amazing panoramas of the peaks on the Nepal-Tibet border. The trek goes around the stunning Mount Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world. In this trek you  reach the highest at Larkya Pass along with other challenging Mountain Passes. The trail traverses Hindu and Tibetan-style villages. And, diverse cultures of ancient Buddhist monasteries.  Manaslu Circuit trekking route is diverse, remote, secluded and enriched topography. It offers a fabulous experience for those looking for an adventurous journey.  And wish to explore the scenic beauty of the Himalayan region.

  • Three Passes Trek

This fabulous three pass trek is a doorway to the colossal Mount Everest. This trek is certainly the one which has been designed for the adventurers. The three passes are Renjo La, Cho La, and Kongma La.This trekking in Nepal involves going up and down so much that it becomes a little strenuous and exhausting. However, the warm and pleasant natured Sherpas can relieve you from all the exertion.

  • Upper Dolpo

Upper Dolpo Trek is a high-altitude, culturally Tibetan region in the far-western mountains of Nepal. Upper Dolpo trek is an adventurous peek into the hidden valleys in the rain shadow areas. If you visit the place in Spring, you will have a high chance to witness the Yarsagumba Hunt. The trek starts from Jhupal, 2285 meters and passes through different giant peaks. It’s a hidden gem filled with cultural impressions – Tibetan style villages, barren landscapes, mountain peaks, and fertile rice terraces.

  • Upper Mustang Trek

Mustang, a former Himalayan Kingdom, is considered a last bastion of Tibetan culture. An otherwise traditional camping trek which is now available via conveniently spaced guesthouses. A great option if looking for unique Tibetan culture together with beautiful landscapes. Mustang, a former Himalayan Kingdom, is considered a last bastion of Tibetan culture. An otherwise traditional camping trek which is now available via conveniently spaced guesthouses. A great option if looking for unique Tibetan culture together with beautiful landscapes.

  • Langtang Valley Trek

Langtang is a good trek offering cultural insights such as monasteries, local villages, and an opportunity to select and hike you own preferred 4,984 m peak. The trek offers a great vantage point of Langtang Ri and views of the Annapurnas and Makalu. Despite the proximity to Kathmandu, the region is as wild as any other Tibetan highlands. Surrounded with tranquil rural landscape. The trek offers exposure to the  unique  Tamang  culture and a chance to walk past the beautiful glaciers at a quite low altitude. The Langtang valley offers the stunning view mountain panorama.

  • Poon Hill Trekking

Poon Hill Trek is much easy and short trekking. In this trek, you walk along the terraced farmlands. Along with the beautiful rhododendron forest and hospitable Gurung Villages. The trek is quite beautiful during the spring when the rhododendron forest is in bloom. Plus, the panorama of the high mountains on the vista is no less alluring. Poonhill (3,210 m) offers great views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Mountain Ranges. It’s a great trek for a sneak-peak into the trekking world.

  • Gokyo Trek

Gokyo valley is a valley of iced lakes and glaciers. The trail passes through the forests of rhododendron and oaks with diverse flora and fauna. Interesting is the waterfalls that are mostly frozen. The valley preserves different highest altitude wetlands and freshwater lake systems. The five Emerald Lakes together with majestic mountain peaks is at the core of this trek.

  • Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Camping adventure trek of a life time. You’ll be visiting one of the most rural regions in Nepal, surrounded by absolute pristine nature. It’s a hard and long trek and should only be done by rather fit trekkers. This is a  journey to the Camp of the world’s  second highest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga.  In this trek you explore the culture and natural beauty of the eastern Nepal. The journey takes place in the  wild high-mountain terrain, deep into the secluded mountain ranges on Nepal’s border with Sikkim and Tibet. The region is the home to some of the Asia’s most exotic wildlife.

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