... Travel for your soul; Choose the middle way path.
Gov. Reg. No.: 93044/2068/69
Trekking in Nepal is an adventurous journey walking on foot in rural places spending night too. Some people equate trekking with hiking or bush walking but there are some differences. Hiking comes under trekking and in Himalayas trekking mean something special. The trekkers are expected to walk up's and down's in the hills.
Nepal offers world's best trekking places. Mount Everest Region, Annapurna Region, Langtang Region are some of the world's best trekking places Nepal have. The Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is Nepal's most popular trekking route. There are different options and one can choose the trekking program with other activities s/he would like to combine with. Here are hard trekking routes as well as very easy trekking routes so trekking is for all and come to walk for your soul. Walk differently and know your inner power who you really are.
The Khumbu or Everest region is a popular trekking area in Nepal. It would probably be the most popular destination, but it is more difficult to get to Solu Khumbu than it is to Annapurna.
The Annapurna region in western Nepal is where some of the most popular treks are located. It includes areas around the Annapurna Range (Annapurna Himal), the Dhaulagiri Range
The Langtang region, nestled between Himalayan glaciers and the Tibetan border, lies north of Kathmandu in central Nepal. Perfect for beginners and those with less time to spend in Nepal
Adventurous Trekking in ganesh himal region is not frequented by many tourists as it is situated in central Nepal
Many trekking areas are restricted to foreigners, and require a special permit. Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, Manaslu, Lower Dolpo, Rara Lake are examples of Restricted Trekking areas