- Annapurna Base Camp Trek
- Everest Base Camp Trek
- Upper Mustang Trek
- Manaslu Circuit Trek
- Annapurna Circuit Trek
- Annapurna Panorama Trek
- Mardi Himal Trek
- Langtang Valley Trek
- Everest High Passes Trek
- Upper Dolpo Trek
- Makalu Base Camp Trek
- Kanchenjunga Trek
- Everest Gokyo Lake Trek
- Pikey Peak Trek
- Langtang Gosaikunda Trek
- Trekking in Nepal: Your Questions Answered about Treks
Are you planning to make the most of your vacation this year? Are you tired of lazy beach holidays? Get a thrilling trekking experience with Nepal Treks! The mountains of Nepal have a lot to offer, from exciting treks to the foothill of Mt. Everest (the world's highest peak) to exploring the Himalayas and its indigenous Sherpa community, known for their mountaineering prowess, on horseback!
Adventure awaits! The mountains are calling! Discover the magic of Trekking in Nepal!
Nothing can replace the triumphant feeling one gets after reaching the top of a mountain after hours of strenuous trek. The breathtaking view of giant snowcapped mountains from the summit gives an extraordinary experience. If planning a trip to Nepal, you must include a trek to the Himalayas. On the bucket list of travelers worldwide, Trekking in Nepal is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many adventure seekers.
Many of them come back for more trekking thrills in the future!
The quaint teahouses on the high trails are another attraction of these Nepal trekking trips. The humble folks of the Sherpa community run them. Offering exotic cuisines and cozy accommodations, they are known for their hospitality. Prepare to unwind at these beautifully crafted homestead lodges in the evenings after a long day's hike.
Are you up for a trekking adventure in Nepal? We have compiled a list of 15 Best Treks in Nepal detailing the most popular trekking ternaries for you to choose from.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Escape the Ordinary | Duration: 7-14 Days | Moderate | Max. 4210 meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
One of the famous treks of Nepal is the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. It starts and ends in Pokhara, the beloved tourist destination on the lakeside of Phewa Taal.
This trek takes you through the Himalayan landscape to majestic mountains like Dhaulagiri, Annapurna, Machhepuchhre, and Hiunchuli.
You will come across many Gurung villages like Ulleri, Ghorepani, and Chhomrong, where you can experience the Gurung lifestyle and traditions. The trail also leads to awe-inspiring glaciers, pristine rivers, and mountain pastures.
As for the difficulty level of Annapurna Base Camp Trek, it ranges from easy to moderate. You are eligible for this trek if you are fit and can endure moderate challenges.
- Beautiful sunrise view from Poon Hill (3210 m)- a popular viewpoint
- A relaxing evening at the lakeside in Pokhara
- Mingle with the ethnic community of Gurungs and Magars
- Enjoy the hot spring in Jhinu Danda to rejuvenate from the trek.
- Annapurna Base Camp is a popular travel destination, which makes its trails mostly crowded during peak trekking seasons. Thus, it is unsuitable if you want an off-the-trail trekking adventure.
- The trail connecting Hinku Cave and Deurali is avalanche-prone, so you must take a long detour on your route to Annapurna Base Camp if needed.
Review of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek.
"Annapurna Base Camp Trek is a breathtaking adventure. Nepal Trekking reveals stunning scenery and rich culture with each step. ABC Trek is perfect blend of nature beauty and local traditions. Anyone seeking the authentic Himalayan trekking experience must do it. "
By Mr. Rick Belliveau, USA, Read Full Review
Everest Base Camp Trek
Worth Wilderness Escape | Duration: 12-15 Days | Moderate | Max. 5,545 meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
Everest Base Camp is the first milestone for climbers summiting Mount Everest (8,849 m), a pride of the Khumbu region in north-eastern Nepal.
Situated at a height of 5,364 meters, the Everest Base Camp Trek offers a chance to experience the wilderness of the Himalayas and the local lifestyle of its Sherpa community. The exceptional views of snowy mountain peaks, lakes, and glaciers from its trails make it Nepal's best trekking trail.
For this Everest Base Camp Trek, you will take a flight from Kathmandu/ Ramechhap (5 hours drive from Kathmandu) to Lukla Airport, which has one of the shortest runways in the world.
- Hike to Kala Patthar (5,545 m) for an explicit view of the Mt. Everest
- Visit Namche Bazar, the trade hub of the Khumbu region
- The serene Tengboche Monastery – Khumbu's oldest and most significant Buddhist monastery
- Lodging at the cozy teahouses on the trail
- Local Nepalese and Sherpa Cuisines and Beverages
Flight delays and cancellations are common due to bad weather conditions at Lukla Airport. Moreover, due to the high altitude, there are chances of getting Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) on your Everest Base Camp Trek. We recommend you take proper precautions.
Review of the Everest Base Camp
"Everest Base Camp Trek was a transformative journey. The majestic peaks, warm Sherpa hospitality and challenging trails made it unforgettable. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience I'll cherish forever. Definitely must do trekking in Nepal. Recommended for everyone" By Mr. Shelby Gonzalez, USA"
Upper Mustang Trek
Escape the Extraordinary | Duration: 10-17 Days | Moderate | Max. 4200 meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
The ultimate gateway to the mysterious world of Lo, a once-forbidden Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, the Upper Mustang Trek offers a great exploration. It was opened to the outside world in 1992. Due to its isolation, it has preserved its ancient language and culture, which you can witness on your trek.
The enchanting landscape of Mustang, with its rugged terrains and tanned red cliffs and hills, will give you a different perspective of Nepal altogether.
You will start and end your trek via Jomsom, the capital of the Mustang district of Dhawalagiri zone. Passing along the ancient salt caravan route, you will reach Lo Manthang, situated at a height of 3,840 meters. This area is divided into Upper and Lower Mustang.
The best time for Upper Mustang Trek is from May to October. Due to minimal rainfall in this region, monsoon is also a good time to visit. However, we do not recommend trekking in winter due to cold temperatures.
- Explore the forbidden kingdom of Upper Mustang
- Experience the rich culture of Thakali and Tibetan Gurung
- Witness – 10,000 sky caves
- Witness ancient cave civilizations and sky burials.
- Visit the oldest monasteries of Upper Mustang Valley.
- Monsoon treks to Mustang – a rain shadow region
- Visit Muktinath's sacred shrine for Hindus and Buddhists
Being a restricted area, you cannot trek in the Upper Mustang alone.
So, independent treks are out of the question. You will need at least two trekkers to acquire the Restricted Area Permit (RAP). You will also need a guide to trek with you in Upper Mustang.
Due to its elevated landscape, it gets windy in Upper Mustang mid-day, making the trek extra challenging. (Complete Upper Mustang Trek Guide)
Recent Review of Upper Mustang
"Upper Mustang Trek in Nepal is a semi-arid desert area with beautiful landscapes, a rich cultural history influenced by Tibet, and unique monasteries and temples from the time when it was the Kingdom of Lo. On the Upper Mustang Trek, you can meet interesting locals and stay in unique teahouses and guesthouses. You need a special visa and guides to go to Upper Mustang."
Review By: Ms. Terisscovkya, USA, read full review.
Manaslu Circuit Trek
Explore the Extraordinary | Duration: 12-14 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5110 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most secluded Nepal treks leading to the border area of Nepal and China. It has been gaining steady popularity among trekkers but has yet to be unspoiled and is off-beat compared to other trekking trails in Nepal.
Upon this trek you will not only see the untouched beauty of the rugged landscapes of Manaslu region and its rich biodiversity, but will also encounter the local cultures of the ancient Tsum and Nubri communities.
Although the trek is planned for 12 days, we can extend it to 18 days if you prefer an off-beat side trek to Tsum Valley.
Manaslu Circuit is strenuous as compared to other teahouse trekking in Nepal. You can drive up to the trailhead to minimize the cost of domestic flights and delays.
- A safer trekking route because of moderate altitudes
- Exhilarating journey over Larkya La Pass (5,106 m)
- Enchanting views of mountains such as Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Lamjung Himal, Baudha Himal, Himalchuli, Peak 29, and Larkya Peak
- A chance to explore Nepalese and Tibetan cultures
Manaslu Circuit Trek also requires a permit for trekking. Being a restricted area, you must get a Restricted Area Permit (RAP) to trek in the Manaslu region. Independent trekking is prohibited.
Some parts of the trail are rocky and steep; you must be extra careful when traversing these paths. There are also landslides blocking the route during monsoon, which may make the journey more challenging.
Annapurna Circuit Trek
Discover the Magic | Duration: 7-15 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5416 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Nov.
Annapurna Circuit Trek will lead you to the northern high-altitude villages of Manang (3,519 m), Chame (2,650 m), Pisang (3,250 m), Jomsom (2,743 m), and others. On your Annapurna Circuit trail, you will encounter remote communities of Manangis and Marwaris, ancient monasteries, and wonders like the Kali Gandaki gorge (5,571 m), the world's deepest gorge.
Being a high-altitude Trek of Nepal, it is more challenging and requires physical fitness. It would help if you made proper preparations for the trek by building physical endurance before embarking on the trails.
- Walk across Thorong La (5,416 m) – the world's highest mountain pass
- Visit Muktinath – the holy Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage site
- Explore ancient monasteries
- Experience Manangi culture
- Walk across Kali Gandaki Gorge
- Enjoy the snowcapped peaks of Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Annapurna, Gangapurna, Tilicho, Throng, and Kangaru.
Like Annapurna Base Camp treks and Everest Base Camp treks, the trails of the Annapurna Circuit trek are mostly crowded in spring and fall. You will likely develop altitude sickness due to the higher elevation at which you will be walking (5,000 m); hence, proper acclimatization is necessary.
Trekking during monsoon seasons from June to August is also risky due to poor road conditions resulting from landslides.
Annapurna Panorama Trek
An unforgettable experience is full of unique emotions in the most authentic nature!
Duration: 4-5 Days | Easy | Max. 3210 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
If you want to taste the much-hyped trekking experience in Nepal, this trek should be your first choice.
Annapurna Panorama Trek is the best short trek in Nepal. It involves hiking to the Poon Hill (3,210 m) - a stunning viewpoint in the Gandaki district of Nepal. As you trek through the rhododendron forest, visiting local villages along the trail, you will enjoy the vibrant nature in its full bloom. On reaching the hilltop, you will have the best view of beautiful Himalayan peaks, such as Machhapuchhre, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and others.
The best time to do your Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is spring. The rhododendron is in full bloom during this time of the year, so don't miss out!
So pack your bags and prepare for your first trekking experience in the wilderness of Gandaki!
- Enjoy an obstructed view of the stunning Himalayan peaks of Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and Singa Chuli
- Explore the traditional village of Ghandruk
- Immerse in the rich culture of the Gurung community
Like other trekking trails of Nepal, the Gorepani Poon Hill trek will have many visitors during the peak seasons, so if you want a more peaceful and secluded trekking experience, you may have to choose another trekking route.
Mardi Himal Trek
Take only the memories; leave your footprints in the wilderness of nature
Duration: 5-8 Days | Easy/Moderate| Max. 4200 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
Mardi Himal Trek is a less strenuous trek. It is one of the shorter Treks in Nepal. It is suitable for those who wish to enjoy nature up close at a comfortable pace. Depending on your choice, it offers a multi-day or multi-week hiking experience and is perfect for anyone seeking a more moderate hike.
This package is another good choice for first-time trekkers.
The trail packs an adventure through hillsides, cliffs, raging rivers, and a forest full of rhododendrons. You will visit the Mardi Himal Base Camp (4,500 meters) on this trek.
You can extend your trek to include fascinating rock climbing and fishing activities.
- An off-the-beaten-trail experience
- A mountain view of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna South, and Hiunchuli from close proximity
- Cozy homestays and teahouses on the trail
- Experience the local culture of Gurungs, Tamangs, Brahmins and Chhetirs
- You can see domesticated yaks and other wildlife on your trek
The Mardi Himal trek route was recently opened for commercial trekking in 2012, but it has become very famous among trekkers within a short period. So, it will be packed during peak seasons.
Langtang Valley Trek
In all things of nature, something marvelous captivates your soul for ages
Duration: 7-8 Days | Easy - Moderate | Max. 5050 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec.
Continuing our shorter treks, the Langtang Valley Trek is another easy trek in Nepal. It is popular among first-time trekkers. It is the perfect hike for those who want to warm up before a more strenuous adventure.
With a stunning view of the Langtang Himalayas in the background, the trail runs through rhododendron forests, high alpine meadows, and bamboo forests.
Kyanjin Gompa, situated at a height of 3,830 m, is the landmark village of this region. Its locals consist of Tibetan and Lama ethnic groups, whose ancestors migrated from Tibet many years ago.
- A hike to Chorkari Ri (5,050 m) or Kyanji Ri (4,300 m)
- Enjoy Mountain View of Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Ganja La, Langshisha Ri, and Kimshung.
- Explore the quaint village of Kyanjin.
- Visit the famous Langtang National Park
- Witness the flora and fauna, such as Himalayan pheasants, deer, bears, and red pandas.
- Visit local yak cheese factories to get a taste of local delicacies.
Since the only way to the starting point of the trek is by road, you must be prepared to take the bumpy road to the trailhead. Rainfall during the monsoon months of July to August causes landslides on the trail, making detours more frequent.
Everest High Passes Trek
Over the mountains and stopping by the woods is a reward when you think of this trek.
Duration: 17-18 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5545 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Nov
For mountain lovers, this trek will be the cherry on the top!
Everest High Pass Trek is an extended version of the Everest Base Camp (EBC) trek, including three high passes in its schedule, besides the usual EBC trek itinerary.
The trek is more technical and strenuous than other treks in Nepal. You will reach a height of 5,000 meters above sea level, making this trip the ultimate Everest experience.
Popularly known as Three Pass Trek, it's a complete mountain delight. You will cross over three Himalayan passes, namely Renjo La (5,345 m), Kongma La (5,535 m), and Cho La (5,420m). Besides that, you will also view the majestic mountain peaks of Mt. Everest, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Lhotse from the trails.
On this trek, some of the fascinating destinations you will reach include the Everest Base Camp, the stunning Gokyo lakes, the Kala Patthar and Gokyo Ri, and the Ngozumpa glacier – the world's largest glacier.
- Visit the gigantic Khumbu Glacier
- Imbibe vibrant Sherpa culture
- Visit Tengboche Monastery- Khumbu Region's oldest monastery
- Enjoy cozy stays at teahouses
- Walk along the famous town of Namche - the trade hub of Khumbu
Everest High Passes trek is one of the most challenging treks of Nepal, and thus, it needs proper precautions as you will be trekking over passes as high as 5,000 meters. High fitness levels are also required to complete this trek successfully. It is not recommended for beginners.
Upper Dolpo Trek
Go on a date with mountains, and walk by Shey Phoksundo Lake ( a turquoise blue lake)
Duration: 18-23 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5,350 Meters | Camping/Teahouses | April to Nov
Offering a remote trekking trail in the western Himalayan region of Nepal, the Upper Dolpo Trek is a secluded and strenuous adventure designed for seasoned thrill seekers.
The panorama of snowy peaks from Shey Gompa (an 800-year-old monastery situated at a height of 4,200 m) and high passes on the trails will surely leave you mesmerized. The Shey Gompa village is an essential landmark on your Upper Dolpo trek.
On this wilderness trek of Nepal, you will witness a variety of exquisite terrains consisting of high and low passes, valleys and freshwater lakes. You will also be able to mingle with the Upper Dolpo community, mostly Tibetans who follow the Buddhist religion.
Good physical fitness is a must for this trek. Also, you will carry most of your supplies with you since Upper Dolpo has very limited teahouses. Being an underdeveloped region, these lodgings will have only a few facilities.
- Enjoy the pristine Phoksundo Lake
- Have fun at the Suligad Waterfall - Nepal's highest waterfall
- Familiarize yourself with the ancient Bon religion and culture
- Wildlife experience of Dolpo region - snow leopards, musk deer, Himalayan blue sheep, etc
Upper and lower Dolpo regions are restricted areas, so you must obtain separate Restricted Area Permits (RAP) to trek in these two regions. Compared to other RAPs, the permits for the Dolpo region are relatively more expensive.
- Shey-Phoksundo National Park Permit (US$ 30 per person)
- Lower Dolpo Restricted Area Entry Permit (US$ 20/week per person )
- Upper Dolpo Restricted Area Entry Permit (US$ 500/10 days per person)
It would help if you trekked with a guide since independent treks are prohibited. Also, you should have a good physical fitness to undertake this trek.
Makalu Base Camp Trek
Get a taste of real adventure | Duration: 18-20 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5,700 Meters |Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Nov
With its relentless trails, scenic beauty, and magnificent nature, the Makalu Base Camp Trek will lead you to the foot of Mt. Makalu, the world's fifth-highest mountain (8,481 m).
The Makalu Base Camp (MBC) Trek is a secluded trekking adventure, meaning only a few people have trod its path. The trail winding through the Mahalangur Himalayas of Eastern Nepal will also take you over high passes like Shipton La (4,216 m) and Keke La (4,170 m).
As for cultural experience, you will familiarize yourself with the rich cultural heritage of the Rai and Sherpa communities on this trek.
The Barun River Valley inside Makalu Barun National Park is another attraction of the MBC trek. Rare species, such as the snow leopard, inhabit the diverse landscape of this valley.
- Get a mesmerizing view of Mt. Everest (8,849 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m), and Mt. Baruntse (7,161 m)
- Explore Barun Valley's lush scenery
- Visit the Makalu Barun National Park
- Witness the landscape of Makalu region (rhododendron forest, beautiful cliffs, hanging glaciers, and spectacular waterfalls)
Makalu Base Camp Trek has a high difficulty level, so you should be physically fit for the trek. There are various permits needed for trekking to Mt. Makalu. They are;
Makalu Barun National Park Conservation Area Permits
- NPR 1500 for SAARC nationals
- NPR 3000 for other nationals
- Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS Permit).
- NPR 1000 for SAARC nationals
- NPR 2000 for other nationals
Admire the five treasures of snow; Gold, silver, precious stones, grain, and holy scriptures.
Duration: 22-24 Days | Strenuous | Max. 5,150 Meters | Guesthouses/Hotels | March-May/Sept-Nov
The Kanchenjunga Base Camp (KBC) Trek is ideal for trekkers seeking an off-the-beaten-path. Due to its remoteness, the trekking trails offer an authentic feel of the Himalayas with its natural views.
Straddling the border between India and Nepal, Mt. Kanchenjunga was the most sought-after mountain before Nepal opened its borders to foreign trekkers in 1950.
KBC trek is strenuous and one of Nepal's most challenging trekking trails. The path to the world's third highest mountain, Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586 m), is filled with alpine forests, glacial moraines, and a rich biodiversity.
- Captivating view of Yalung glacier and the Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Mt. Everest
- Encounter rare fauna of the region (such as snow leopards, Himalayan black bears, musk deer, red pandas, etc.)
- Imbibe the culture and traditions of Rai and Limbu ethnic groups
- Visit the Kanchenjunga Conservation Area
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek leads to the restricted area of Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (KCA), so you must be trekking with a guide and obtain necessary trek permits.
The trails of KBC wind up above 5,000 m elevations, so you must take the necessary steps to prevent altitude sickness and accidents.
Everest Gokyo Lake Trek
It’s not the mountain we conquer but ourselves.
Duration: 14-15 Days | strenuous | Max. 5,360 Meters | Guesthouses/Hotels | March-May/Sept-Nov.
The Everest Gokyo Lake Trek blends traditional Everest Base Camp Trek and a detour to Gokyo Lake. Trekking via the Sagarmatha National Park, you will reach the heart of the Himalayas to see the best view of snowcapped mountains.
The cozy atmosphere of local teahouses scattered along the trail will provide you with the necessary shelter and food on this trek. You will encounter beautiful remote villages of the mountainous region inhabited by Sherpas, the best mountaineers.
The high mountains above Gokyo Valley and the wild landscapes of lush slopes and rocky summits are some of the attractions of the Everest Gokyo Lake Trek.
- Scout the tropical forest - home to Himalayan Tahr, musk deer, and snow leopard
- Explore the wild habitats and vegetation
- Witness the Ngozumpa Glacier - the biggest glacier in the Khumbu region
- Hike through the forests of Sagarmatha National Park
- Relax on the shores of Gokyo Valley's highest freshwater lakes.
Everest Gokyo Lake Trek is regarded as a challenging trek. It would help if you were physically and mentally trained before starting this journey. There is a high chance of developing Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), so you must take precautionary steps.
Pikey Peak Trek
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by.
Duration: 8-9 Days | Easy-Moderate | Max. 4302 Meters | Teahouses | March-May/Sept-Dec
Pikey Peak Trek is an underrated trek of the Everest region. It remains a primarily untouched track, with very few people trailing these paths. Being an off-the-beaten-path trek, this trail has minimal accommodation facilities compared to other trekking routes in Nepal.
Starting from Dhap, which lies at a distance of 7 hours drive from Kathmandu, the trail leads you to the Pieky Peak Base Camp, from where you will get a clear view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Chamlang and others.
You will fly back to Kathmandu from Phaplu.
Pikey Peak Trek is an easy /moderate trek, so it is ideal for those who want to enjoy the Himalayan landscape within a short period.
- The serene ambiance of the Thupten Chholing Monastery.
- Visit the gompas and stupas at the Pikey Peak Base Camp
- Enjoy the splendid sunrise and sunset views of the Himalayas
- Familiarize yourself with the local Sherpa culture
Pikey Peak Trek is one of the short treks in the lower Khumbu region. It was only recently opened for commercial trekking. You do not need trekking permits to trek to Pikey Peak.
Langtang Gosaikunda Trek
A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.
Duration: 12-16 Days | Easy-Moderate | Max. 4600 Meters | Guesthouses/Hotels | March-May/Sept-Dec
Langtang Gosaikunda Helambu Trek places among Nepal's most spectacular treks. As for the difficulty level of the tour, it ranges from easy to moderate. The scenic landscape along the Langtang River valley and the mesmerizing view of the Gosaikunda Lake will put your mind at ease and offer a much-needed break from city life.
Along the trek, you will witness the magnificent freshwater lakes surrounded by snow-clad mountains. Deemed as one of the most beautiful trails, it will take you from the banks of the Bhote Kosi River to many remote Hyolmo villages of Helambu.
- Langtang National Park
- Visit the yak cheese factory in Langtang
- Mesmerizing view of waterfalls along the trail
- Encounter diverse flora and fauna of the region.
Langtang Gosaikunda Helambu Trek requires a permit to enter the Langtang National Park. Although it is a moderately difficult trek, you must be prepared for high-altitude ascends on your hike.
Trekking in Nepal: Your Questions Answered about Treks
1. When is the best time to Trek in Nepal?
So, you have decided on the destination for your next trek. But, now the question that pops up is when should you visit Nepal for trekking? Well, this can be a tough decision.
But this is why we are here to help you. Every season has its advantages and disadvantages. It is up to you to decide which month you prefer despite the challenges.
The best time for trekking is Spring- March-May and Autumn- September- December. If you want to read further and focus more on the pros and cons of the best time for trekking, do check out this blog. It has all the information that you’re looking for!
2. Teahouse or Camping Treks?
The next question that you might have is whether you should go for teahouse trekking or camp trekking, right? Before jumping into this topic, let us first know the meaning of these two treks.
In teahouse trekking, you will hike all day, lodge at a guesthouse, have your meals, and stay there for the night.
On the other hand, on a camping trek, you will be hiking, and at night you will be sleeping at your camp, and the dinner will also be prepared by the cook assigned for your trek.
If you want to know more about these two types of treks, we recommend you read this blog.
3. What are the easy Treks in Nepal?
There are many options if you want to trek along an accessible route.
4. What are the Best short treks in Nepal?
There are many short treks in Nepal for 3-14 days. These treks are perfect for beginners and especially those with limited time. Read this blog to get a clear picture of the short treks in Nepal.
5. Can you guide me to the best treks around Pokhara?
One might get overwhelmed with too much information and options. Therefore, we have refined your search and gathered the best treks around Pokhara. Here is the list,
6. Can you recommend the best treks in the Everest Region?
The Everest region has many routes you can choose from. Some of the best treks in that region are:
7. What are the Best Hikes Around Kathmandu?
If you want to hike around Kathmandu, we want to recommend some spots. Some of the best hikes around Kathmandu are,
If you want to look for more options, check here.
8. What are the best treks in Summer?
In the summer season, there are many treks that you can embark on. Trekking in Summer would be characterized by less crowded trails, the availability of guesthouses, and a peaceful environment to hike.
Some of the best treks in Summer are:
Everest Base Camp Trek - One of the most popular treks in Nepal.
Annapurna Circuit Trek - A full circle of the Annapurna region.
Rara Lake Trek - Trek to Rara Lake- 3062m
Nar Phu Valley Trek - A restricted trekking area in the north of the Annapurna region.
Upper Mustang Trek - A restricted trekking destination, lies in the rain shadow area of Nepal.
Upper Dolpo Trek - Off-the-beaten trails
You can check out these packages that are highly suitable for the summer season. In the above-mentioned treks, the weather conditions for hiking will be suitable, and as the lands in these areas will be dry, there will be little rarely any heavy rainfall. Hence, if you are someone who prefers silent trails with fewer crowds, then you can check about these packages.
9. Can you suggest off-the-beaten treks in Nepal?
Off-beaten treks are the less explored trekking destinations in Nepal. Exploring the exotic culture, untouched beauty of regions, and remote villages is truly amazing. If you wish to explore the off-beaten treks in Nepal and experience the beauty of these regions, then you can check out these packages-
Upper Dolpo Trek (25-days )
Khopra Ridge Trek ( 14 - days)
Nar Phu Valley Trek ( 21- days)
Makalu Base Camp Trek ( 20-days)
Rara Lake Trek ( 17-days)
Pikey Peak Trek ( 9 -days)
Experience the hidden trails, explore the Buddhist culture, the remoteness of the villages, and interesting paths by choosing the off-the-beaten trek packages. If you want any details regarding any of these packages, you can contact our Travel Specialist.
Nepal is a timeless trekking destination filled with adventures for all travelers. Although a small landlocked country, it has much to offer than beautiful landscapes and mountains. Amazing Nepal offers an authentic experience of joyful travel and the adventure of a lifetime.
We at Nepal Hiking Team can make your travel fun, safe and worthwhile. We have an extensive list of other destinations outside this list if you have not already found something that fits your travel plans.
Don’t hesitate to contact us at a convenient time so we can customize your journey depending on your needs.
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