Nepal is a land dedicated for enjoying adventurous and challenging activities. It is highly popular among the adventure lovers because of its widest trekking routes and trails. No matter, whether you are an armature and experienced one, Nepal has something for all sorts of adventure lovers. In this article, you will get to know some of the iconic treks, which are extremely crowded by trekkers every year.
Things to consider while choosing the trekking destination in Nepal
Prior to choosing any trek, you have to conduct extensive research on several regions in Nepal and find the best trekking tour agency to choose the perfect trekking package. If you are looking for an easy to medium level treks, then it is necessary to be in a good state of physical and mental health. Below mentioned are some of the things, you need to consider while planning trekking to Nepal mountain region.
• Present state of your mental and physical wellbeing
• Duration of the trek
• Size of your trekking group
• Level of difficulty that you are choosing
• Complete budget of the trek
• Necessary documents and trekking permits
• Season for trekking such as autumn, spring, and so on
• Unconventional route or commercial trekking
Top three trekking tour in Nepal
Everest base camp trek
Are you feeling climbing and hiking to the Mount Everest peak quite hard? However, do you want to observe the glimpse of Everest? If yes, then Everest Base Camp Trek will meet your trekking appetite. With this trek, you can see the Everest Mountain much closer and get a chance to explore the Sherpa village.
Annapurna base camp trek
One of the most popular and crowded treks in the region is the Annapurna Base camp trek. You can able to complete this trek in the short time. Since Annapurna is the 10th highest mountain in the world, you will enjoy outstanding views of the mountain and pass through many cascading waterfalls, beautiful local villages, forests, and so on.
Upper Mustang trek
The Upper Mustang Trek is situated in the rain shadow region of Dhaulagiri. This destination opened for trekking in the 90’s. It is a perfect destination for those people who are interested in exploring the traditions, histories, and cultures of the people. Here, you will see pristine Tibetan Buddhist culture, monasteries, and much more. Ever trekker should need trekking permit as well as accompanied by the experienced Nepali guide to trek in their region.