Trekking and Hiking is perhaps the most stylish tourism activity in Nepal. Trekking and Hiking in Nepal holidays are bold pass-times for people who want some breathtaking adventure for a lifetime achievement. Trekking and hiking on foot to mountainous areas is similar to hiking, except treks involve a greater distance. Nepal offers a range of both technical and non-technical walks across its superbly diverse terrain. Due to its growing attractiveness among hikers and trekkers, thousands of trekkers visit Nepal every year to capture the courage of adventure, thus Nepal witnessing a boom in the tourism industry. The objective of Nepal trekking is not just a particular target, but a gradual way of experiencing Nepal’s geographical, cultural, and ethnic diversity.
Nepal’s trekking routes typically cover forests of shrub, bamboo, oak, and hemlock, and visiting one or two villages each day.
Rivers are crossed on log passages or suspension bridges.
There are seasonal trekking regions such as the region in the rain shadow known as Upper Mustang, Dolpa, Rara lake, Nar Phu and Limi trek in Humla that one can do in the monsoon season as well.
Others regions like Everest Base Camp, Gokyo, Langtang Gosainkunda, Annapurna Sanctuary, Annapurna Circuit, etc. are best for trekking in the spring or autumn season.
There is a popular trekking and hiking route which is called Ghorepani Poon hill trek that is best in February and March because it is known as a rhododendron trek in Nepal. Long trekking in Nepal takes your terrace to the glacier. Travel at a modest pace, observing nature, rural communities, and spectacular mountain panoramas while you are trekking in Nepal.
Apart from the highest mountain peaks and breathtaking views, Nepal is also rich in culture and religions with varieties of ethnic groups. Nepal is particularly popular as it offers a vast variety of trekking routes. There are short routes and long routes, easy routes and challenging routes, and remote routes. There are routes for young trekkers and families, as well as routes for veteran trekkers and adventure-seekers.
Nowadays, there are even routes that provide healthy living experiences that cover meditation, yoga and cultural tours to ancient Nepalese villages.