Trekking in Nepal is not
simply a matter of walking from one point to another heading towards a final destination,
but rather a gradual experiences of Nepals diversity, in terms of geography, people,
religion and culture.
The best months to visit for clear weather, cultural diversity, mountain scenery and festivals are September through December and March through May.
A trek can be a short one-day hike to a mountaintop or ridge to
experience a spectacular view, or several days further north for a closer look at the high
Fully Supported: Even though the mountains of Nepal
are thoroughly peopled, it is best to experience the high Himalayas with a string of
guides, cooks, kitchen boys, porters, and sherpas to create a unique, memorable
experience. This kind of arrangement is the ultimate in luxury. Tent camps are made on the
outskirts of villages where nighttime buffets, open-air lunches and morning breakfast are
served on a grand scale.
massif: this is unquestionably one of the most
incredible destination in the east. Courting the worlds third highest mountain is no
easy task and requires approximately 25 days and lots of heavy breathing. (It is not open
for casual trekkers).
The mystique of
the pristine and snowy wilderness prowled by musk deer, snow leopards, and blue sheep is
an exciting experience, not to be missed. The mountain capes highlighted by Everest,
Makalu and Kanchenjunga are spectacular.And the rolling hills base camp, although
difficult to reach, is a site to see.If interested, you can also visit Ilam (tea garden of
Makalu Trek: Arun
valley, located roughly halfway between the giants of Kanchanjunga and Everest, is another
fascinating eastern destination. Makalu lies
on the border of Nepal and Tibet and is the fifth highest peak, crowning the region.
Trekkers ascend through luxuriant farmland to ridges covered with pasture and age -old
forests. Paths rise high above the clouds, affording magnificent vistas and inciting
visions of fantasy literature. Depending on your treks starting point, Makalu Base Camp is
between 19 days to 25 days from the Tumlingtar and Hille
respectively. Flying in, flying out, the
round-trip trek can be accomplished in 19 days from Tumlingtar to Tumlingtar.
Dhaulagiri Trek (22 days):
this region is new territory for trekkers. Trekking off the main
path is not only possible, but can be immensely rewarding, although you do need a sense of
adventure and increased ability to deal with the unexpected. Geographically, Dhaulagiri
region is a land of dramatic contrast. From the near tropical Pokhara valley, steep slopes
climb to snowcapped Himalayan giants. Dhaulagiri 1, the seventh tallest peak in the world,
towers high above the well trekked Muktinath pilgrim trail up the hidden land of Dolpo to
rivers upstream, one encounter, ferns, thick forests of oak, Juniper and other deciduous
trees. Mountainsides of rhododendron blaze with color in the springtime and many other
flowers are abundant on the trail. Even on high mountains passes above the tree line, tiny
alpine flowers can be found dotting the windswept ground.
Mustang 12 to 18
days: the trek to Mustang is through an almost treeless barren landscape.
Strong winds usually howl across the area in the afternoon, generally subsiding at night.
It also has much less rain than most other parts of Nepal. Houses and temple construction
throughout the region utilize some stone but are mostly made of sun-baked bricks of mud.
The trekking seasons usually starts in beginning of March and last until November. In
February, there are usually 30 to 40 centimeters of snow on the ground. The trek is not at
high altitudes however cold, dust and unrelenting afternoon winds can make the trek a
challenging. A 10 days valid trekking permit
(starting & ending at Kagbeni), leision officer fee, flight tickets, and agency
charges cost $ 1400 each. Need two persons to get permits from Immigration office.
Similarly,for Dolpo 14 - 28 days, Rara Lake 12 days, Manaslu 18 to 25 days, Ganesh Himal 10 to 18 days. Please contact us for exact price and itineraries.
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