Trekking in Nepal is an excellent way to dive into the exotic splendor that dwells in its traditional culture and beautiful nature. Nepal stands out in Asia as Lord Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, was born here and as it possesses eight out of ten highest mountains of the entire world including the supreme peak Mt. Everest. Once you begin to trek in Nepal, you will be welcomed by panoramic view of majestic Himalayas, enigmatic landscapes, cool waterfalls, flowing rivers, fascinating vegetation, diverse culture of varied ethnic background and the stunning view of forests and wildlife. In short, Trekking in Nepal helps to establish a close relationship between you and the mysterious Nepal as you walk close to its nature and culture.
Nepal offers the most spectacular destinations for trekking, all of which are exceptional for their own kind of specialties. Some of the regions are: Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Manaslu Region, Mustang Region, Kanchenjunga Region, Jomsom Region, Dolpo Region, Langtang Region, Makalu Arun Valley, Jumla-Rara Lake, Api Himal and Helambu.
In Nepal, trekking is open for visitors worldwide throughout the year. February to May and September to November are recommended as the most favorable duration for adventure trekking holidays because during the time, the weather is lovely, flowers are blooming, skies look beautiful with clear blue color and the giant Himalayas can be viewed most clearly. Nevertheless, there are a few rain-shadow regions like Mustang, Dolpo and Upper Manang where you can trek in even in monsoons, i.e. from the month of June to August.
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