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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal 

Trekking in Nepal is simply an easy to strenuous walking at one's own pace through well-trodden mountain trails, enjoying natural beauty as well as wilderness. You walk through sub-tropical lowlands, vast meadows, rhododendron forests, various settlements and ultimately ascend cold and barren regions at the foothills of great mountain peaks.

In other words, trekking is rather a pleasurable ramble exploring Nepal's various ethnic settlements, encounter diverse cultures, religions and traditional lifestyle of the local people along the routes and immerses oneself in incredible mountain scenery. Trekking days vary-short to long depending on personal interest and physical strength of the trekkers. Short treks take 3 to 4 days and considered easy trek whereas long treks take minimum 7 days up to one month.

Along the main trekking trails of Everest, Annapurna and Langtang regions teahouse (lodges) are easily available for overnight stay. Trekkers are served with Nepalese local food called Dal, Bhat and western style of food from kitchen menu in every teahouse. Most of the teahouses and hotels in the Everest, Annapurna, Langtang and around the Kathmandu valley trekking areas are comfortable, clean and safe.

Camping trekking in the remote and restricted areas is fully organized and all the necessary trekking gears, food, fuel and supporting staff are required. Foods available on the camping trek are mix of western and local dishes with variety of choices.

The best time to trek in Nepal is from Oct to June. July and August is monsoon and it is not worth doing trekking in the monsoon. Dec, Jan and Feb are also considered good time for trekking but the cold weather could be bitter at higher altitudes. In March and May one can enjoy viewing the blooming of rhododendron in the forests along the trekking trails.

Nepal Everest Adventures organize both teahouse (lodge) and full board camping all over Nepal depending on the interest and affordability of the clients.

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