22nd Sep, 2022
Nepal at glance
Nepal is a landlocked country located in South Asia. It is bordered by China to the north and India to the south, east, and west. Nepal has a diverse topography, including an abundance of green hills and valleys, as well as eight of the world's ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest.
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Nepal is a popular destination for trekkers, as it offers a variety of treks ranging from easy to challenging. If you are interested in trekking in Nepal, this post will provide some useful information on what to expect.
First off, the most difficult trek in Nepal is undoubtedly the Everest Three High Pass Trek. The duration of this trek varies depending on your pace but can range anywhere from 16 days to three weeks. There are two different trails that one can take during this trek; these are based on your ability level. The standard trail runs up and down, while the more difficult side trek goes through all terrain types possible during a typical Nepalese trek. The views along both trails are beautiful with many Sherpa villages, forests, and wildlife sightings. Along the way, there is comfortable guesthouses/teahouse available where you can spend a night or two relaxing after a long day’s hike. Another wonderful trek option is the Annapurna Circuit Trek which takes around fourteen days.
In addition to being able to spot endangered snow leopards, wild animals such as monkeys, Himalayan Thar, and rare birds may be seen. It should also be noted that safety is not guaranteed at any time so make sure you research travel warnings before deciding which route is best for you! Also, remember to keep hydrated throughout your journey as the air is very dry and cold.
Lastly, For a fun getaway filled with adventure head over to Nepal today! Here you will find endless opportunities for sightseeing, climbing a peak, going on a safari and much more.