“Because in the end,

You won’t remember the time

You spent working in an office

Or mowing your Lawn.

Climb that Mountain.”- Jack Kerouac

Nepal is one of the most loved and beautiful destinations in the world. Nepal is known to have the highest number of World’s Heritages. Lord Buddha’s birthplace Lumbini is in Nepal. Monarchy prevailed in Nepal until 2008. Thereafter it was declared a republic by its parliament. The capital city of Nepal is Katmandu.

If your heart loves trekking and you are in search of some interesting destination, your search ends here. Trekking to Nepal will give you the most thrilling experience.

Nepal holds in its heart the highest mountain peak of the world, “The Mount Everest”. Nepal is land of Himalayas that beholds 1310 peaks, among them 238 peaks are climbable. 

Therefore, in other word you can say Nepal is the hub of trekkers and hikers.

Without any more delay, let’s see which are the most electrifying trekking destinations of Nepal:

Manaslu Circuit:

Manaslu is the 8th highest mountain in the world. This mountain is situated in Mansiri Himal. It’s west part is in Nepal.

This place is a treat for the eye. Snow-capped mountains soaring high with multi-colored trees decorating its base and some picturesque tourist destinations altogether give it a candid look. 

Therefore, trekking in Manaslu is bliss. If you are planning your 1st trek in Nepal, let it be Manaslu.

The FAQ of Manaslu Trek:

How many days does it take to complete the trek?

It takes eleven to twenty-five days to complete the trek.

What is the difficulty level of the trek?

The trek’s difficulty level is on the harder side.

 What type of trek is it?

It is a teahouse trek.

What is the altitude of the trek?

The altitude that the trek reaches to is 5100m.

What are the permits you require for the trek?

ACAP, MCAP, RAP these are the permits you require completing the trek.

What are the restrictions of the trek?

If you want to trek in this circuit, a minimum number of two trekkers are required.

Kanchenjunga Base Camp :

Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest mountain peak in the world. This is the next but the most loved destination to trek in Nepal. The locals consider Kanchenjunga as the deity of Sikkim. This trek leads you to the places where the temperature is quite low. In this trek, you will get to see the snow leopard, red panda, and Himalayan black beer.

FAQs of Kanchenjunga Trek:

How many days does it take to complete the Trek?

It takes twelve to twenty-six days to complete the trek.

What is the difficulty level of the Trek?

The difficulty level of the trek is at the harder side.

 What is the type of the trek?

It is a Teahouse trek.

What is the altitude of the trek?

The altitude of this trek is 5134m.

What are the permits you require for the trek?

The permits that you require for the trek are RAP and KCA.

Annapurna Base Camp:

Annapurna is the most famous place among trekkers. Throughout the world people come to trek at Annapurna. This trek is known as Annapurna Sanctuary trek. It brings you in the deep mountains. While you take up the trek, you will find yourself moving through various landscapes, fields of paddy and forests of rhododendron.

FAQ’s about the trek:

How many days does it take to complete the trek?

It takes seven to eleven days to complete the trek.

What is the difficulty level of the trek?

This trek is on the easier or the moderate sides.

What is the type of the trek?

It is a teahouse trek.

What is the altitude of the trek?

The trek reaches a height of about 4130 meters.

What are the permits required for the trek?

The permits that are required to complete the trek are ACAP, TIMS.

BE TREK READY:

  • Pack the right footwear.
  • Does a regular check up of your health and keep yourself fit.
  • Does some leg exercise.
  • Don’t take too much luggage.
  • Wear some layers of clothes.
  • Read more to know more about your trek destination.

Trekking keeps you Healthy:

If you are a trekker or want to be a trekker, you must take good care of your health first. Only a healthy body is eligible for trekking. Therefore, stay healthy and stay fit so that you can take up trekking really well.

If you have any queries regarding the trekking trips of Nepal, comment below and let us know. We shall guide you well.