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Why Trekking in Nepal?

Nepal is popular destination in the world for trekking, mountaineering, whitewater rafting, wildlife safari and other many different adventure activities due to its extreme high Himalayan ranges and wonderful biodiversity. Largely inaccessible by road, combined with the well-worn foot tracks developed between villages over centuries, makes trekking in Nepal the best way of seeing the Himalayas. It is a chain of the highest and youngest mountains on earth and it encompasses a region of deep religious and cultural traditions and an amazing diversity of people. The natural scenery, high mountains, incomparable cultural heritage and numerous specialties have made Nepal a well known destination in the world of tourism map.

Nepal is a country of exceptional biodiversity and a beautiful natural environment. In Nepal, wide range of the earth's topography and climate zones including diverse range of ecosystem from tropical jungles of the Terai to the arctic conditions of Himalaya highlands. Trekking in Nepal offers the most magnificent sceneries in the world and the great variety of flora and fauna. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal's natural and world famous attractions is to walk through the length, breadth and onto the altitudes of the country with unforgettable life experience. Mt. Everest, Annapurna, Kanchenjunga, Langtang etc are the magnificent mountains of Nepal. Some places of Nepal have yet remained unspoiled or untamed; that are of full of wilderness ecological and cultural museums.

There are several options when exploring the heights of Nepal including trekking, rock climbing, Cannoning, kayaking, paragliding, mountain biking, Peak climbing and mountaineering. Some visitors to Nepal come not just to witness the beautiful scenery but to expand their mind and spirit and there are courses in meditation, yoga and massage available in many of the towns and cities in Nepal.

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