Laid out with one of the most idealistic trails, Nepal is blessed with natural pathways for trekking that takes adventures up close and consumes them with its diverse flora and fauna. Sometimes challenging but always thrilling, these trails lead explorers to the world-renowned highest mountain in the world Mt. Everest, a feat that the country can proudly boast upon.

A unique experience is guaranteed for anyone who ventures into these trails, the walkways give a healthy dose of simplistic and culturally rich settlements while the diversity of the landscape an opportunity for every kind of explorer. One of the major advantages of trekking in Nepal is the diversity the country offers in regards to its trails, country’s complex yet beautiful landscape gives it the ability to offer explorers with experience that range from easy-going one-day hikes to advanced expeditions where you are challenged with breath-taking glaciers and high passes.

Regardless of how short or long the journey may be the country flaunts its intricate natural beauty to all, be it the views one sees from village settlements or those that leave travelers in awe as they find themselves at the foot of the Himalayas, nothing is too out of reach when trekking in Nepal.

Additionally, the growing industry of tourism has prompted for many locals to set-up businesses in the more well-known tourist destination, offering you a slice of Nepali hospitality along with your journey. The tea houses and rest stops allow for the travelers to enjoy local company as they catch a breather and cover the vast valleys of Nepal.

Some of the more popular destinations for Trekking in Nepal includes Langtang Valley Trekking, Annapurna Base Camp Trekking, Everest Base Camp Trekking, Manaslu Circuit Trekking, Mustang Trekking, Thorong La pass and more, each destination presenting the Himalayas of Nepal in a beautifully different angle. Trekking in Nepal is one of the more sustainable economic ways to reach the ten highest summits in the world, an experience too wonderful to pass up. 

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