Trekking in NepalNestled between northern India and the towering heights of the Himalaya range, Nepal is home to some of the most spectacular trekking country in the world. For the traveller seeking adventure, a holiday in Nepal is guaranteed to provide you with a lifetime’s worth of memories.
Getting to Nepal
Nepal’s main international airport is in the capital, Kathmandu. A number of options for cheap international flights are available either direct from Europe or via Delhi. There is also a rail connection with India and fast, reasonably comfortable buses run between Nepal’s major cities.
The Trekking Experience
The principal trekking areas of Nepal are the Everest region and the Annapurna region. It is certainly possible to trek independently. However, this is only recommended for very experienced walkers. For the majority of people, making use of one of the many specialist companies operating in Nepal is the best option for a safe and memorable experience. Your trekking specialist will be able to arrange routes, guides and accommodation to suit all preferences and levels of ability.
Accommodation on most trekking routes is provided in Nepal’s tea houses. These small guest houses can be quite basic, but will always provide the weary walker with a clean bed, warm shower and hot food. For treks off the beaten track, your guides will set up tented accommodation and provide food.
What to See
A trekking holiday in Nepal offers spectacular mountains, shimmering lakes and peaceful valleys. Despite the spread of tourism and western influence in the cities, the Nepalese people invariably display a natural hospitality and friendliness towards visitors. It is well worth taking the time to stop and appreciate Nepal’s traditional culture and its Hindu and Buddhist temples and shrines.
But it is the breath-taking countryside and mountains that most visitors come to Nepal to see. For the visitor with enough time to spare, a three-week trek to the Everest base camp is a popular option. But even on a shorter trek, just a few minutes walk from any mountain village will take one into a tranquil, unspoiled landscape where time seems to have stood still.
For those for whom walking in some of the most exhilarating scenery in the world is still not enough of a challenge, Nepal also offers great options for white-water rafting, mountain-biking and kayaking.
Tips and Hints
Even if you are a reasonably fit person, walking at Himalayan altitudes can be extremely demanding. You are recommended to take it fairly easy for the first few days while your body adjusts. Your guides will normally carry a full first-aid kit, but make sure you carry your own supply of any medication you normally use. Suitable walking boots are an absolute essential, as is adequate sun protection.
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What our guests say?
We returned to Nepal for the second time after ten years, and so we were looking for a very special experience. Nepal Trekking Pass provided a fantastic guide and a porter to help us fulfil a long-held dream of walking on the Khumbu icefall and seeing the Himalayan giants up close. Our guide was amazingly generous and sensitive to our expectations for the trip, and in the end we had formed a great friendship and experienced so many things not found on the standard Everest trekking itinerary. We are already planning our next adventure with Nepal Trekking Pass.”
Adam & Saxon - Sydney, Australia
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