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Which trek in Nepal should you plan next? Why Nepal?

Do you also wanna have a rejuvenating long trip which is also very affordable?

Do you want to stand before the world’s tallest mountains and yell “I love myself ” out of your soul?

Well, if you don’t know where such a holiday lies, let me tell you about Nepal.

South Aisa is itself a wonderland filled with Natural blessings. Nepal is literally to paradise for adventure freaks and travelers from all around the world. Especially the young soul looking for a backpacking destination keep Nepal on the there top list. The natural, cultural, and adventurous experiences all come in a single hike to the mountains.

The tiny Nation of Nepal has not one but hundreds of trekking routes. Each of these trek routes in Nepal takes you to the remote villages, wonderful alpine landscapes, and the magnificent Himalayas. You might have heard how magical it is to trek to the Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base camp. However, there are many other trek routes in Nepal that the world is yet to know about. Each Mountain trail has there own perks.

This article lists the trek in Nepal that you must plan next.

Everest Base Camp luxury trek

Trip facts

Highest altitude: 5600 meters

Duration: 12 yrs

Group: one or more

Age limit: 10+

Trek Permit: Local Area permit and Sagarmatha National Park entry permit

Highlight

  • Flight to Lukla
  • Explore Namche Bazaar and Everest View hotel
  • Visit Tengboche Monastery
  • Live Buddhist Culture of Sherpa village
  • Awesome view from the Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp route is Nepal’s most popular trek route that welcomes over 50,000 trekkers each month. The classic route from Lukla to Everest Base Camp is the busiest route in Nepal. Since it takes you close to the base of Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain, the trek is loved by many in the world.

Everest Base Camp trek starts with a flight from Lukla, an exciting mountain flight. Then, we trek to Namche and stop there for a day for acclimatization. After that, we stop at Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep.

Although the Everest base camp trek is exciting, it might also sound daunting and scary. However, the experts claim that the Everest Base Camp trek is only moderately hard, but also achievable by people of all experience levels ( no mountaineering skills needed). However, one must be physically fit. And since this is Nepal’s most developed trek route with good accommodation and food, making a pleasant experience.

Annapurna Base Camp trek

Trip facts

Highest altitude: 5416 meters

Duration: 4130 m

Group: 1 to more

Age limit: 10+

Trek permit: Annapurna National area entry permit and TIMS card

Annapurna is the world’s tenth tallest mountain and also Nepal’s most beautiful one. Trek to Annapurna region bestows the view of many small lakes, cascading waterfalls, pristine rivers, thick subtropical forests, and more. And you will not just observe the Annapurna range, but get to witness Dhaulagiri, Mardi, Lamjung Himal, and many beautiful peaks. Also, it’s an easy and cheaper trek than the Everest Base Camp trek.

There are many other exciting and short treks in the Annapurna region like Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Ghandruk Trek, and Mardi Himal base camp trek. For an adventurous twist, we have the Annapurna Circuit trek.

Manaslu Trek

Trip facts

Highest altitude: 5160mt

Duration: 14 days

Group: 2 or more

Age limit: 10+

Trek Permit: Manaslu conservation area permit and TIMS card, Restricted permit for TSUM valley

Wanna understand the life of mountain people while also finding peace in the solitude of the Himalayas? In such a case, this Manaslu Circuit Trek can be a rejuvenating experience. This trek lies next to the famous Annapurna region. Starting the journey from Gorkha, we visit many villages before joining the Annpurna route at Dharapani.

Since this route has been newly opened, Manaslu has been least affected by foreign envision. You can also walk above to the TSUM valley which is still a restricted region. You will need a special government permit to trek in this region.

Langtang Valley trek

Trip facts

Highest altitude: 3925 m

Duration: 8 yrs

Group: 1 and more

Age limit: 10+

Trek permit: Langtang National area permit

Close to the capital of Nepal, the Langtang Valley trek is another short and beautiful trek in Nepal. The journey beings with an exciting ride on a hilly road to Syarubensi. Then, we walk along the beautiful trail on the bank of Langtang River to the Lama hotel. The cultural insight and interesting Nepalese cuisine make our other night in Langtang village very exciting. Finally, we hike to Kyanjin Gompa to stay with the Buddhist lamas.

Here, we visit an old monastery and Yak cheese factory to get some fine local cheese before tracing the route back.

Gokyo Valley trek

Trip facts

Highest altitude: Gokyo- Ri (5,357 m)

Duration: 16 days

Group: 1 or more

Age limit: 10+

Trek permit: Local Area permit and Sagarmatha National Park entry permit

Another paradise in the Everest Region. The six pristine glacier lakes of Gokyo represent one of the most beautiful views in the world. Where exactly are Gokyo lakes?

Like all treks in the Everest region, the Gokyo lake trek also commences with a flight to Lukla. Then, we can first go to the Everest Base Camp and then go beyond it. Or, we can take a different route from Namche i.e. via

to get to Gokyo. In short, you go even above Everest to enjoy some of the most magical Views.

Gokyo Trek can be a little more challenging and expensive than the classic Everest base camp trek, however, the thrill is worth it.

Final trek,

Now, did the article arose your interest to make Nepal your next travel destination? You can always contact Himalayan masters to build a customized Itinerary for any tours around Nepal. Or you can mail for a simple inquiry.

We will be excited to help you.

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