Nepal is a wonderland of soaring Himalayas, rich culture and unbound natural beauty, hiking in the domains of Nepal is an extremely delightful trip. Hiking in Nepal takes you around the areas of the two major cities that you ought not to miss out; ancient Kathmandu and frisky Pokhara. One can witness the unique blend of archival culture and modern traditions here alongside views of snowcapped mountains, lush marshlands, green forest embellished with assorted floras, marvellous wildlife and assortment of trip activities such as adventure sports, pilgrimage tours, jungle safari etc. Chisapani-Nagarkot hiking and Dhampus-Sarangkot hiking are the vantage points of Kathmandu and Pokhara bestowing the extremes of Nepal in short day hikes. 

Maybe you are an avid backpacker looking for a multi-day trek in an exotic location. Or perhaps, you are the consummate weekend warrior always enjoying the best hikes in your country. Even if you just like to ramble down a secluded path enjoying the sights and sounds of the wilderness, hiking in Nepal is superior to almost anywhere else. From hardcore high alpine pursuits to long strolls through charming villages, or going deep into jungle safaris, Nepal has almost any terrain available. You can choose from one of the many distinct regions in Nepal. In the western and easternmost reaches of Nepal are some very wild and remote areas. In the far east is Kanchenjunga Conservation Area, and the 3rd highest peak in the world, Kanchenjunga Mt. Teaming with wildlife and natural wonder, it is a destination worth the effort to access it. In the west are two fabled and recently opened areas to foreigners; Dolpo and Mustang. Both offer a chance to pull back the curtain on almost untouched societies who practice ancient forms of Tibetan Buddhism. The landscapes are unlike any you will find in Nepal because of their unique geographical location lying in the rain shadow of the Annapurna Himal. In central Nepal, there are many long and short hikes around the Annapurna Massif. If you find yourself wanting to stay closer to Kathmandu, then the Langtang area is great for hiking among the forest of rhododendron and pines. Or maybe you want something really different, then head south to the alluvial plains of the Ganges basin and hike through a national park. Chitwan National Park is home to some of the rarest species on this planet, and a jungle hike with an experienced guide can offer you an opportunity to see them. If you’re an avid hiker, a hard-core backpacker, or someone wanting a new way to discover an ancient and exceptional country, then Nepal is your destination.