There are lots of option in Nepal for Trekking as it is the world’s popular destination for Tour and trek. The country consists of many mountains, Himalayas, flora and fauna, rivers and rivulets, and so forth. Due to all these options, one may be confused where to go for. Here are some of the list according to which you can easily choose the perfect destination for you depending on the skills you have, fitness level and many more.
1. For the beginners
If you are new and never trekked before, you can try the short and easy Trek. These kinds of trek don’t need a skill of climbing as well as if you are healthy enough, you can easily access such places. Even, the short trek will let you stay more in Nepal because of which you can experience the city tours, viewpoints, cultural activities, etc. Everest Easy Trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Panorama View Treks, Ghandruk Trek, Annapurna Sunrise View Treks, are some of the best treks that you can try as a beginner in Nepal.
2. For the moderate Trekker’s
If you have trekked some of the places before, you can go for a moderate Trek. These kinds of Trek need knowledge about trekking and one needs to be fit as well. Luxurious lodge Treks, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Mani Rimdu festival Trek, Sherpa village trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Upper Mustang Trek and so forth are some of the Treks that a moderate Trekker can go for in Nepal.
3. For the Advance Trekker’s
If you love Trekking and has been to many other trekking destinations, you can now try the advanced treks. These kinds of trek need the high and perfect knowledge about trekking as well as you have to be physically fit. Everest Base Camp trek, Manaslu Trek, Gokyo lake trek, Round Annapurna Trek, etc are some of the treks you can give a try as an advanced Trekker in Nepal.
Other things that you may want to know:
Q. What is the best time to Travel in Nepal?
Ans: Nepal is, undoubtedly, a naturally beautiful country that enjoys pleasant weather round the year. Mainly two seasons are considered to be the best seasons. The seasons are September, October & November during the Autumn season and March, April & May during the spring season. Click here for the detailed info.
Q. What to pack?
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Q. What if I got altitude sickness?
Ans: Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) can develop at any altitude over 2,000 meters. The early symptoms are a headache, extreme fatigue, and loss of appetite. Some people become breathless at rest. AMS is the result of fluid accumulating in parts of the body. It does not belong: in the brain, in the lungs or both. Click here for detailed Prevention.
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