Before booking a trekking package, it is better to know some very important information about trekking in Nepal. This trekking information page enclosed some very important information about trekking.
Trekking means to journey on foot, especially to hike through mountain areas or walk in the countryside for pleasure or sport. Perhaps among the various kinds of activities that you can enjoy during your visit to a country like Nepal which is blessed with varied bio geographic regions.
Nepal is one of the best places for tourists with abundance of natural beauty. We get the snowy mountains, dense forests, marvelous waterfalls, amazing lakes and wonderful hills over here. People are working like machine from morning to evening. Their hectic schedule and tired mind can be soothed on the lap of nature.
The second most popular time of the year for trekking and climbing in Nepal is from late February through April. Spring is a colorful season, different varieties of wild flowers specially the rhododendrons. The temperature is mildly warm at lower elevations and the temperature is moderate above 4000m and the mountain views are excellent. Holi and Shivaratri festivals are also celebrated during this season.
A trekking trip can be of any length you choose. Popular short treks are available around the Kathmandu and Pokhara valleys, which can be complete in one, two or three days while longer treks last from a week to a month. It is even possible to combine a series of popular treks together and peak climbing for months on end.
Proper acclimatization is very important and our routes are planned specifically to allow a gradual gain in altitude with many of our treks having extra days to allow time for acclimatization. By slowly gaining height we reap the benefits of a gradual gain in fitness and acclimatization.
- What is Trekking?
- The difference between hiking and trekking
- What are the best trekking routes in Nepal
- Tourism in Nepal
- Types of Trek
- Group "A" Peak List
- Group B NMA Peaks
- Currency Info
- Trekking Seasons
- When to Go?
- Choosing & Planning Trek
- Trekking Duration & Grade
- Altitude & Acclimatization
- Trekking Equipments
- Trekking Group Size