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Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:04

Trekking In the Nepal Himalayas

Nepal is a landlocked mountainous country yet rich in natural and cultural resources. It's one of the best destinations for recreation. Most of tourists visiting Nepal come for trekking, jungle safari, river rafting and sightseeing. The whole country is a huge natural museum. When it comes to trekking in Himalaya, it's a perfect choice for all the people who are interested in exploring the pure beauty of nature. As Nepal is the home of beautiful and huge mountains, it's the massive home of numerous mountain peaks including the eight highest peaks of the world. Surely, the most attention goes for the Mount Everest as it is the crown of the world's highest peak of the world. Annapurna trekking, Everest trekking, Makalu trekking and Langtang trekking are only a few of numerous famous trekking routes of Nepal.
Trekking is the only way to know the locals and experience their selfless cultural hospitality. Age or degree of fitness is no barrier when it comes to choosing a route, except in the areas over 2500 meter altitude. Technically anyone with a pair of strong legs and the adventurous spirit will enjoy the fascinating thrill of trekking in the mountains of Nepal.
Along with the forest of RhododenNepal trekking and toursdrons and isolated hamlets, you'll also have an opportunity to meet friendly people of different cultures. One of the most rewarding ways to experience Nepal's nature is to walk through the breath and the altitude of the country. Caravans of laden yaks are good subjects for your rest breaks at the tea houses. Small mountain villages are places where you may meet fellow travelers from around the globe. There are two contrasting approaches to hiking in Nepal. The first approach is to go on a completely organized trekking trip where the crew brings along cooking equipment, tent and food. The so called camping trekking is organized in the wilderness area of Nepal. The most famous organized trekking camps are Ganesh Himal Rubi Valley, Makalu Base Camp and Upper Dolpo. The second approach is independently moving from village to village enjoying the lodges with the mix of locals and foreigners. This approach is known as tea-house trekking and most popular areas are Everest Region, Annapurna Region and Chepang Hill.
Annapurna Trekking has been recognized as a paradise for naturalists. The sub-alpine steppe is an alluring harbor for snow leopards and rare species of blue sheep. Other areas allure bird species such as kokla, pheasant and multi-colored impeyan. In addition, some of the world's richest rhododendron forests are located in Nepal.
If you are new to trekking, you may want to go for the Everest Trekking. If you are from the US, you may need the ESTAauthorization in the first place. As Everest Trekking route is a popular destination for many travelers, you'll need to reach this part of the Himalaya Mountains within the limited time of around two weeks. The route starts at the Phakding and then follows the valley known as DudhKosi. The route further climbs up the Sherpa, capital of Namche, and leads to the final destination

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