The federal republic of Nepal packs more in its 147,181 square km most countries 20 times its size, Crowned by eight of the world’s 10 highest mountains, Nepal’s landscape compresses lush tropics and arctic tundra into an amazingly small span. Altitude ranges from near sea level to 8,848 meters above it the summit of Mt. Everest, the highest peace of the planet.
This wild variation fosters an incredible variety of ecosystems, Flora and Fauna, steamy jungles and mountain terraces, Hidden valleys, forested hill, frozen peaks and high altitude deserts. Tropical flowers frame views of not- so distant tigers and rhinos roam lush jungles while less then 150 km north, snow leopards patrol barren mountain slopes. Whatever you say about Nepal is bound to be true- somewhere.
The natural diversity is only the beginning. Nepal’s rugged terrain has preserved a variety of linguistic, ethnic, and cultural traditions rivaled by few nations. More then fifty different groups live among these rugged range, each with their own language, costumes, customs and beliefs. The valley of Kathmandu, a fertile green bowl set in the midst of Himalayan foothills, is an oasis of magnificent art, and home of the ancient and sophisticated Newari culture. Once isolated by suspicious rulers, Nepal only opened its borders to the out side world in 1951.In terms of statistics, Nepal is one of the least developed countries in the world but it’s rich with humor, warmth, and natural beauty. For more information about Nepal Click here.
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Recommend Mountain Hawk for anyone going trekking in Nepal
Mountain Hawk were recommended to me by friends who trekked with them last year on their honeymoon. From the organising perspective, couldn't have been easier. Prem was quick to reply to any emails as I worked out exactly what I wanted to, which ended up going to Chitwan NP and doing the Everest Base Camp trek.
- Matthew Werner
Travelled with Mountain Hawk
Sarah and I travelled with Mountain Hawk Trekking to Everest Base Camp in Jan 2012. Prem was recommended to us by friends as a very professional and knowledgeable guide and we were not disappointed.
- Steve and Sarah
Annapurna Circuit in May
it was great while we were there together on the mountains etc. All in the same boat and as they say that sinking feeling but we were adamant and were keen on not letting the ship drown and carried on and persevered and eventually we saw light at the end of the tunnel - literally - we reached muktinath -a very holy place for buddhists and hindus alike !!!
- Nitin Shah
Kenya and UK ,
Annapurna Circuit in August
Mountain Hawk treks organized a great trek for my family and I during the month of August 2011. The team of porters and our guide were excellent and very attentive. We had beautiful weather and plenty of wildlife.
- Caroline and Dan
Absolutely first class
I had a wonderful week in Nepal in 2007 on the Poon Hill trek. I was very fortunate to have Prem (Pandit) as my guide. Prem is a very experienced guide who speaks excellent English. He was a delight to spend time with as he was able to tell me all about the mountains and the flora and fauna.
- Polly Marley
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