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Why trekking?
It's good for your spirit, It's excellent for your health. You'll see amazing sorts of lanscapes and beautiful views. You'll meet kind and interesting people. It is undoubtfully going to be the greatest experience in your trip, and maybe in your whole life!

And seriously, the whole concept of "trek" is something we don't really meet in our regular western way of travelling. So if you walked four days in woods in Canada or slept six nights under the skies of Sinai desert, it is still nothing like trekking (particularly trekking in the region we are going to speak about here).

What is a trek anyway?
The trek is simply a walking route. In nepal most of the walking routes that we, as tourists, use in our treks, are actually the "roads" of the Nepali people that live in the mountains. This "roads" are of course just paths, usually carrying people and donkeys, but - it won't take long until those paths will turn into real roads, carrying real motor-vehicles.
That's why you should go for a trek in Nepal as soon as possible, because the progress in some areas is really dramatic, therefore some places won't be so unique as they are today.
So- there are no motor vehicles in the trek, that's why you won't hear a single motor noise even if you try hard, there is no polution, and the air is so clean you actually wonder if it really exists.
The touristic treks, such as the Annapurna sancuary and Around Annapurna , go through paths and trails that connect villages along the route. That's why the trek takes you to amazing landscapes, but still don't leave you for days with no place to eat and sleep. You will always find villages on the way, usually containing one or more guest-houses that will be happy to give you a place to sleep and usually a really good food to eat.
The trek can take few days or few weeks, it all depends on your mood, strength and will.
You set the pace - you can walk 15 kilometers a day or just four kilometers a day, and spend the night in the village you reach on the way.
Another advantage of going through inhabited places is that you also meet the local Nepalies.
You'll see them working in their fields, learn about amazing irrigating technics, walk with the children on their way to their schools - sometimes so far as a walking day you'll walk, and enjoy their lovely hospitality at night.
The starting and ending points of the touristic treks can be accessed usually by car, bus, or plane.

Which trek should I choose?
Nepal is a beautiful country, and offers lots of trails you can trek. The decision which trek to do depends on:

  • the time you want to spend - there are short treks of 2-3 days and long treks that can take a month if you want.
  • physical strength - if climbing to the fourth floor by stairs makes your heart close to explosion, don't take a hard trek. Choose a trek that doesn't take you through too many steap slopes, take a shorter trek, and - take it easy! don't rush to finish it as fast as you can. And - you'll also have more time to enjoy it.
  • the kind of places you prefer - actually most of the treks in Nepal are in the mountains, but there are differences in forms of lanscapes and people between the areas of the treks.
Treks of Nepal
Nepal offers lots of treks. There are three major trekking areas in Nepal - Annapurna region, Langtang-Helambu and Everest area. The "Everest Base Camp" trek as well as the  "Around Annapurna" trek are regarded some of the best trekking routes in Nepal and actually all over the world. 
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Annapurna Region Trekking:The Annapurna region in Central Nepal is one of the most geographically and culturally diverse regions for trekking! The Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) working along with the King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation has declared this region as area of conservation and sustainable development. Stretched over 2600 sq.km., the area boasts of a variety of diverse cultures, tribes and castes as the Brahmins, Chettris, Newars, Gurungs, Magars, Manangis and the Tibetans. This area has sub-tropical lowlands, valleys, bamboo, oak and rhododendron forests, alpine meadows, windswept desert plateaus and the towering Annapurna Mountains. Read More...
» Annapurna Base Camp / Sanctuary Trek - 12 Days
» Annapurna Circuit Trek / Round Annapurna Trek - 18 Days
» Annapurna Circuit - Jomsom Trek - 15 Days
» Ghorepani Trekking - 08 Days
» Jomsom Muktinath Treks (Fly In Trek Out) - 12 Days
» Royal Trekking - 07 Days
» Manang Tilicho Pass - Tilicho Lake Trekking - 16 Days
» Manang Tilicho Pass - Tilicho Lake Trekking (In Details)- 21 Days
» Panchase Trekking- 06 Days
» Ghale Gaun Trekking - 06 Daysnew
» Sikles Trekking - 07 Days

Everest Region Trekking: The Tibetan name for Mount Everest is Chomolungma or Qomolangma (meaning "Mother of the Universe"). According to English accounts of the mid-19th century, the local name in Darjeeling for Mount Everest was Deodungha, or "Holy Mountai.". In the 1960s, the Government of Nepal gave the mountain an official Nepali name: Sagarmatha, meaning "Head of the Sky".

In 1865, the mountain was given its English name by Andrew Waugh, the British surveyor - general of India. With both Nepal and Tibet closed to foreign travel, he wrote:
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» Everest Advance Base Camp Trek with Lhasa Trip ( 25 Days)
» Everest Trekking - 14 Days
» Everest base Camp Kalapatthar Trek - 16 Days
» Everest Base Camp Trekking - 16 Days
» Everest Renjo La Pass Trekking - 16 Days
» Gokyo Lake Trekking - 16 Days
» Jiri to Everest Base Camp Trekking - 28 Days
» Everest Base Camp with Chola Pass Trekking - 16 Days

Langtang & Helambu Region Trekking:Langtang trekking also called Langtang valley trek which goes through Langtang national park. Popular trekking names in Langtang area is Langtang valley trekking, Langtang and Gosainkund trekking, Ganja La pass trek, Gosainkund trekking, Gosainkund and Helambu valley trekking, Helambu valley treks and Shivapuri hilly valley of Kathmandu trekking. The Langtang treks are located in central Nepal and north of Kathmandu. Popular places of Langtang trekking are Kyanjing Gompa and Tserko Ri who reach Kyanjing Gompa they will make day excursion to Tserko Ri from where see the best view of Himalayas.

Langtang and Helambu trekking region is the third most popular trekking route in Nepal. The three major areas are Langtang, Gosainkund and Helambu and these can be combined in many different ways to make trek from 9 to 19 days long. Langtang trekking is a narrow valley that lies just south of the Tibetan border.
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» Langtang Trek - 09 Days
» Langtang Gosainkunda Trek - 12 Days
» Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu Trek - 15 Days
» Langtang Ganja La Pass Trekking - 14 Days
» Ganesh Himal Trekking - 21 Days
» Nagarkot Trekking
» Tamang Heritage Trail - 17 Days & 10 Days
Tamang Heritage Trail combining Langtang Trek - 14 Daysnew
Tamang Heritage Trail combining Langtang & Gosainkunda Lake Trek- 17 Daysnew

Others Trekking:
» Makalu Trekking - 24 Days
» Dhaulagiri Trekking - 20 Days
» Dolpo Trekking - 20 Days
» Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek - 21 Days
» Manalu Circuit Trek - 20 Days
» Upper Mustang Trek (The Last Forbidden Kingdom)
» Rara Lake Trekkingnew

New Trekking Routes:
» Panch Pokhari Trekking - 12 Daysnew
» Bhairav Kunda Trekking- 14 Daysnew
» Mardi Himal Trekking - 13 Daysnew
» TAAN Model Trekking - 12 Daysnew
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