Nepal Adventure Point provides trekking information of Nepal. Trekking is one of the major forms of adventure tours in Nepal which offer amazing opportunities for trekker’s, both in high altitude and foothills. Nepal Himalayas provides the experience of a lifetime: along with forests of rhododendron, isolated hamlets, small mountains villages, birds, animals, temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes. You will also encounter friendly people of different cultures offering a fascinating glimpse of traditional rural life.
Nepal has plenty of trekking routes and trekkers can choose their trekking range in levels depending on their time, interest, price range and ability, either in virgin tracks or beaten trails to reach their desired trekking destination. During the trekking, trekker’s can either stay in simple lodges or homes of local people or camp for the night.
The history tells us that in 1965 Colonel Jimmy Roberts introduced the world to trekking. As a former Gurkha officer and military attaché at the British Embassy in Kathmandu he had spent years of his life walking the hills of Nepal. His idea, revolutionary for the time, was to provide tents together with Sherpas, to guide and cook. This made Nepal and the Himalaya available to a wide community and was an immediate success. A lot of developments have happened over the years until it became a best adventure sport in its own right, and it continues to gain popularity at present.
The best or popular treks you may wish to know the single best trek and do it, but the comparison is often not possible as the landscape, the cultural reward and mountain panorama are different and unique on each treks. The Everest, Annapurna and Langtang are most famous trekking regions of Nepal Being best and popular, a first timer, trekking on these regions will be the most satisfying experience for you. Similarly, Mustang, Manaslu and Dolpo regions are preserved places which are termed by Nepal government as restricted trekking regions where only a limited number of trekkers are are allowed for trekking. The Makalu and Kanchanjunga are respectively 5th and 3rd highest mountains in the world and is another important trekking region of Nepal. Rara Lake is another important and quite scenic trekking region in western Nepal. It is wild, un-spoilt and has heavenly beauty. In central Nepal lies the Ganesh Himal region that offers excellent trekking trails and a rewarding cultural insight. For those who wish to make their trekking adventure in new developed or non touristy area, Nepal offers innumerable new trekking routes such a Bhairav Kunda, Chepang Hill, Churen Himal, Panch Pokhari, Manaslu Tsum valley and many more trekking different parts of Nepal.