Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is known for its mountains and the abundance of natural beauty it holds and is also call the country of Himalayas. Within just an area of 147,181 square kilometers, you can find rich natural and cultural biodiversity. The gifts provided by nature to Nepal is a sight you cannot witness anywhere else! These plethoras of wonders have made Nepal one of the most sought-after trekking destinations in the entire world.

Trekking in Nepal allows travelers to explore its astounding features like high mountain passes, gorgeous valleys, lush subtropical forests, white waters, pristine lakes, and many other natural landmarks. Likewise, the lush forests here are habitats for some of the world’s most rare and exotic species of flora and fauna. Also, Nepal is blessed with an assortment of unique culture, language, cuisine, culture, and traditions. These unique factors have made Nepal one of the best and the most popular trekking destinations in Himalaya. 

Trekking in Nepal can be categorized in terms of difficulty, mode of accommodation, destination, trip duration, popularity, and many other factors. Out of the hundreds of trekking trails, Everest Base Camp Trek, Everest Short TrekEverest Base Camp Heli Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek with Island Peak Climbing, Everest Three Pass Trek, Gokyo Lake with Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek with Safari, Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Manaslu Trek with Larke-La Pass, Upper Mustang Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, Annapurna Circuit with Tilicho Lake and Thorung La Pass Trek, and Chisapani Nagarkot Yoga Trek are some of the most popular trekking destination in Nepal. As such, most of these treks are also called teahouse treks thanks to the thickly spread teahouses for accommodation purposes. These teahouses also offer trekkers with meals and other basic services. Similarly, Upper Dolpo Trek, Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek & Tsum Valley Trek, and Rara Lake Trek are the off-beat trekking destinations. Camping Treks are those where trekkers have to carry set up tents and prepare their food.

Trekking in Nepal can also be differentiated based on difficulty and duration. Treks like Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Helambu Trek, and Mardi Himal Trek are short and easy trek in Nepal packages. Kanchenjunga Base camp trek, Upper Dolpo trek are the longer and harder ones. While the shorter ones can be done by anyone, the strenuous treks are recommended for seasoned and experienced trekkers. Most trekking in Nepal are best done during spring and autumn. These seasons provide dry trails and pleasant weather; perfect for trekking! Dolpo and Upper Mustang Treks are the ones that can be done even during monsoon since they lie in the rain-shadow areas and see very less rainfall. Similarly, low altitude Himalaya treks like Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Mohare Danda Trek, and Tamang Heritage Trek can be done even during winter seasons.

All in all, trekking in Nepal offers a distinct taste of nature, culture, and warm hospitality. The diversity in culture along with the mesmerizing natural wonders allow trekkers to enjoy the divine beauty of Nepal's Himalaya.


  • Everest Region (Khumbu)

    Everest Region (Khumbu)

    The Everest region, sheltered by the Mt Everest (8848m), is easily one of the best regions to trekki...

  • Annapurna Region

    Annapurna Region

    The glorious Annapurna massifs in the central region of Nepal shelter a pristine location known as t...

  • Langtang Region

    Langtang Region

    Langtang region is one of the most scintillating places to visit in Nepal. The Langtang region is al...

  • Remote Treks

    Remote Treks

    The remote regions of Nepal call out for travelers to taste their unparalleled natural beauty. Shelt...

  • Yoga Treks

    Yoga Treks

    This short trek by Himalaya Land Trek is designed to offer solitude and peaceful time along the trai...

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