Trekking in Nepal
Many of you will imagine mountains and incredible people as soon as you hear the name Nepal. Yes, Nepal is a hilly country with a wide variety of majestic peaks that you can hike and climb. You will receive benefits from hiking in Nepal that you could only have imagined. You will be able to experience nature’s peace and purity in its most unadulterated state in the Himalayas. The tallest mountains in the world, such as the gigantic Everest, Annapurna, and others, can be reached from Nepal.
You can trek in Nepal at altitudes ranging from 59 meters to 8848 meters, and this range is contained inside a straight line of 200 kilometers. That should be mind-blowing information for you. At Kathmandu’s Tribhuwan International Airport, many of you will touch down. The nation’s capital is where you will pick up the paperwork and permits you to need for your adventure.
If you just have a short amount of time, don’t worry; New Road Travels and Tours will customize the itinerary to suit your needs. Additionally, trekking in Nepal will provide you with the satisfaction of seeing the mountains as well as the alluring native cuisine and culture. Fewer individuals attempted trekking and expeditions in the 1960s, but as Nepal emerged as an unusual hiking destination, the activities grew and gained more appeal.
Nowadays, trekking is simpler and protected by several conservation laws, coupled with the availability of various lodges and lodging options. You can access working internet facilities on the majority of trekking routes. Also included in Nepal’s most well-known trekking zone are Everest, Langtang, and Annapurna. Whichever route you choose, these treks will provide you with a heartwarming vista of snow-covered mountains.
Nepal has unusual and varied vegetation, with elevations ranging from 100 to 200 meters. The trekking entrances can also be reached through domestic aircraft. To avoid any complications, you can get the full trekking package with New Road Travels and Tours. In Nepal, trekking needed license-holding guides, porters, and necessary permits. You will get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the world’s most powerful mountains by trekking through the countryside and along mountainsides.
Trekking in any possible part of Nepal is a thrilling experience. Choosing to trek in the Annapurna region is a beautiful experience. The world’s best view of snowy mountains, hills that are green, and rich flora and fauna are all here during your trek of the Annapurna region. New Road Travels and Tours assure you a fantastic experience as you get to be playful with green hills, the world’s deepest gorge, and a forest of blooming rhododendron.
Safety and comfort are well taken care of as everything is pre-planned, well-managed, and booked. Every bit of experience in the Annapurna region is fulfilling as you get to behold and even involve in the true serenity of nature blending together with the cultural richness of mountainous Nepal. Besides all the cultural beauty you get to see, and experience, you will be spellbound as you behold serene mountains including Mt Annapurna III, Annapurna II, Tilicho, Maccapucchre, and Dhaulagiri. Seeing one high mountain gives you goosebumps, so get ready to be overwhelmed by the true bliss of mountains.
One prominent station to behold master of mountainous panorama is Poonhill station rendering all amazing view snow glittering mountains. These mountains not only treat your eye but a camera partner of yours is also here for a delightful experience. The mountainous region of Nepal is dominated by Buddhist and Tibetan culture. There are Gompas, monasteries, and shrines along the way. Some famous shrine is Muktinath Temple, Barga’s Buddhist monastery, and many more. In the Annapurna region, Thorong La Pass is the highest pass at 5416m above sea level. Annapurna region is intriguing, and some reasons for you to come and trek the region of Annapurna are:
• Fulfilling view of serene mountains in the Annapurna range
• Manang village exploration
• Seek inner peace in Buddhist monasteries
• Overwhelming view of Mt. Annapurna III, Mt. Annapurna II, Gangapurna, Tilicho Himal, and more.
• Visit one of the sacred temples, the Muktinath temple.
• See the world’s deepest gorge, Kaligandaki gorge.
• Natural hot spring bath at Tatopani.
• Best Panoramic view from Poonhill.
• Experience the culture and traditions of local people.
During your trip to the Everest region, the 8848.86-meter Everest will stretch its arms wide in welcome. You have company in the Nepalese Everest region, thanks to the tallest peak in the world. Worldwide, Nepal is known as the land of Mount Everest. Everest enthrals adventurers, and locals revere it. One of the most challenging journeys in the world is the Everest Base Camp Trek, yet a courageous Sherpa is here to help you complete the route. Trekking in the Everest region rewards you with a mind-calming vista of Namche Bazaar, Lukla, the mystery of Kala Patthar, and the fantastic sight of Solukhumbu. And if you reach the summit, the breathtaking view of Dudh Koshi and the locations of its waterfalls will astound you.
The Everest Region features pine and rhododendron forests, a lovely rice terrace, and a deciduous forest. Here in the Everest Region Trekking, you are welcomed by the splendour of thousands of flowers. The fauna in the Everest Region is very abundant. Mammals such as the Himalayan Tahr, Deer, Musk, and others can be found on Everest. The Himalayan Monal Danphe, the national bird of Nepal, is here to satiate your senses to the fullest. There are several trekking choices in the Everest region, including:
- Everest Expedition
- Gokyo Lake Trekking
- Everest Base Camp Trekking
- Kangma La Trekking (5500m)
- Cross Chola Pass (5300m)
New Road Travels and Tours is a name you can rely on in the Nepali tourism industry because we provide top-notch service without sacrificing quality.
The Langtang Valley is one of the closest trekking destinations to Kathmandu, making it convenient to visit one of Nepal’s most attractive trekking sites. Langtang valley comprises wonderful cultural villages, the Tamang Heritage hike, the Scenic Langtang valley with Gosainkunda’s holy waters and the majestic Helambu valley.
Langtang region offers natural quiet and superb wildlife viewing because it is located in Langtang National Park, Nepal’s first and presently second largest National Park. Any trekking in the Langtang region is an attractive choice for both nature lovers and adventurers, as you can see the magnificent peaks of Langtang Himal (6581m), Langtang Lirung (7234m), Mt. Gangchhempo, Langtang Ri (7246m), Lakpha Dorje, Kimsung (6745m), Ganesh Himal 1 (7406m), Ganesh II (7150m), Ganesh III (7130m), Yala Peak (5560m), Ganjala Chuli (5844m), Langshisa (Ri 6310m), Morimoto peak (6750m), Pongen Dopku (5930m), Tembthang (5702m), Salbachum (6707m), Kyungka Ri (6979m), Chusmodo (6508m), Manaslu (8163) and many more.
Enjoy the verdant forests, rhododendron blooming in the spring, excellent hospitality at tea houses, and breathtaking sunrise and sunset views from Lauribinayak.
Langtang trek (7 days), Tamang heritage trek (6 days), Gosaikunda Lake walk (5 days), Helambu valley trek (8 days), Ganjala pass trek (14 days), and Tilman pass trek are the most popular trekking routes in Langtang region (18 days). For groups, all of the itineraries listed above have a locally maintained hotel/lodge, teahouse, or camping.
The Langtang region has hiking trails ranging from moderate to strenuous, with durations ranging from 3 days to 3 weeks. Throughout the year, New Road Travels and Tours Company arranges every trip and expedition in the Langtang region.
Makalu Barun National Park was established in 1992 and spans 2330 square kilometres. This national park, located in eastern Nepal, is named after Makalu Mountain, which highlights this beautiful area. Makalu is the world’s fifth highest mountain (8463m/27,766ft), although this national park contains 16 other different summits. It was previously a confined area and now encompasses five critical natural zones. The journey begins in the lush and subtropical Arun Valley and continues through deep woods of rhododendron and fir.
The path leads to alpine meadows and then to the massive Barun Glacier. The walk brings you to Makalu’s base camp, where this spectacular tor will meet you. Most of this walk takes place in the lower altitudes of the Arun Valley. The massive Arun River has a subtropical climate. It is densely forested and stands in stark contrast to the terraced slopes further up, which villagers from various tribal groups farm. This is where your journey will take you as you gradually ascend towards the Makalu Barun National Park.
High fields on the top slopes of this river valley border the national park and serve as an important protection area for many threatened species. The trail’s elevation profile ranges from 850 meters (2,788 feet) to 5000 meters (16,900 feet) above sea level. This walk is ideal for those looking for an “off the beaten path” experience. It’s a less popular path, but it’s no less impressive and a terrific alternative to the busier roads. This walk requires stamina and fitness to enjoy the region’s grandeur properly. A trekker who takes the time to increase their physical ability will be rewarded with spectacular mountain views.
The main ethnic groups in this region are the Sherpa, Rai, and Limbu. If time is an issue, but you still want to see this less travelled location, there is a flight to Tumlingtar, a little village on a plateau. Those who want to cut their trek by a few days face a challenging ascent from Tumlingtar (390m) to Makalu Base Camp (4,800m). This path will also expose the brave trekker to many climates, from hot in the lowlands to snow storms at high altitudes. This walk may be done in several ways, one of which will take you across the Sherpani Col and west Col into the upper Hongu valley.
Trekking in the Arun Valley is spectacular in and of itself. Salpa Bhanjyang, at 3350 meters, is the highest peak on this journey. During this hike, you will see a Hindu holy lake named Salpa Pokhari. This is a beautiful and easy hike for individuals who don’t want to encounter many visitors on the trail but want to enjoy the magnificent mountain landscape and rolling green hills. Due to the limited number of trekkers, there are few tea houses and guest rooms, but the diverse ethnic groups who call the Arun Valley home provide excellent hospitality.
The far west of Nepal ranks near the bottom of practically every list in terms of development, yet it is near the top in terms of adventure and awe. Deep, dark forests, glittering sheets of water, lonely ice and snow-covered mountains, small gorges, and historic villages make up this environment.
It’s a pilgrimage and commercial route territory, with products still transported to and from Tibet by mule and yak, and Nepalese pilgrims pass through on their way to the Holy of Holies, Mount Kailash, in western Tibet.
Western Nepal presents many hurdles and logistical nightmares for trekkers, but the payoff is a wide swath of pristine Himalayan scenery waiting to be explored. You’ll need the patience to be on a fully supported camping trek, but if you’re seeking something truly unique, the far west of Nepal is an excellent place to start.
Trekking in the Dolpo Region is a rewarding and all-encompassing experience. We will enjoy a great view of snowy mountains and stunning landscapes and an enticing experience with local culture resembling Tibetan history. Dolpo region is one of the top trekking regions in Nepal, offering a quiet trek experience while also providing some of the most magnificent vistas of artistic mother nature.
The Dolpo region is part of the Shey Phoksundo National Park, and highlights include Ringmo and the spectacular view of Kanjibro Peak from Phoksundo Lake. The highest point in the Dolpo region is 6400m, from which you may enjoy a stunning view of the snow mountains.
The Dolpo region is proud to present the rich culture of Tibetans and Buddhists. Trekking in the Dolpo region will expose you to the local way of life, customs, culture, rituals, and even festivals.
Trekking in Dolpo is divided into Lower Dolpo and Upper Dolpo. The region is magnetic, with a stunning view of mountains, a backdrop of green hills, and unique traditional villages. And both of these areas will provide a peaceful experience when you visit old monasteries and Gompas. You will trek from a low altitude of 1650m to 5136m above sea level in this spectacular Dolpo region. Furthermore, Shey-Phoksundo Lake is one of the most fantastic places to visit for your vacation experience. Trekking to Phoksundo Lake is a rewarding experience.
New Road Travels and Tours has all the essential logistics and other methods to make your Dolpo hiking trip unforgettable.