Nepal is one of the best trekking areas above all around the world where you can find brilliant views of mountain, forest, villages and world heritage places. You can find rare animal or endangered only in Nepal which you can’t find in any other country. If you are thinking for the holiday then Nepal would be perfect place for spending time where you can gain the lifetime experience. Hence, Nepal is also known for the best trekking side situated in South Asia.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek – 10 Days trekking & 6 days in cities
Annapurna Base Camp Trek is, situated in the northern part of Nepal with an altitude of 4130m, amazing, popular trek through diverse landscape & culture which is rich in mountain vistas, villages, a variety of flora & fauna. This trek is also called as the (Annapurna Sanctuary) & (ABC Trek). It’s probably the legendary trek which offers the traditional way of life in Annapurna region, an amazing view like Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchare, rhododendron forest and opportunity to gain the experience living style of typical Nepalese village people, trekking route surrounded by many mountains like Machhapuchare, Gangapurna, Hinchuli, and many other snow-covered peaks. This trek is perfect for those adventure seekers who love to do adventurous activity & the perfect season to do this trek is spring (March-May) and autumn (Mid September-Mid December).
Annapurna Tilicho Lake with Thorong Pass – 18 Days
Tilicho Lake lies in the Annapurna region in Manang district of Nepal which is one of the world highest lakes in the world with the height of 4920m. Tilicho Lake is known as the challenging trek in the Annapurna range in Nepal due to the geographical difficulties. Tilicho base camp is really dangerous and breathtaking trek which offers you panoramic views of mountains range like Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, Tilicho, Khangsar Muktinath peak and many other snow-covered peaks. In this region, trekkers can find the rare animal which is also known as endangered animal like Yak and snow leopard. In the way of trekking, you can see the rural farm villages of Gurung, Magar and Thakali and terraced farm fields from the sub-tropic climate to the arctic landscape and the holy place Muktinath, as well as the windy Jomsom through the rain forest to the alpine woodlands. The trail goes over to the Thorong-La pass, 5,416m offering fabulous scenery of the surrounding landscapes and magnificent peaks, after the strenuous walk up, and then finally reaches the highest spot of this trek at Thorang-la at 5,416 meters. From here the trail follows the way to Jomsom passing holy site of Muktinath through the deepest gorge of Kali Gandaki River valley and ending the trek at Jomsom with a flight to Pokhara which is one of the most scenic places on this planet.
Upper Mustang trek – 12 Days trekking & 5 Days in cities
Upper Mustang trek which, is near to Tibet where you can find the almost same culture of Tibetan people, brings you to the hidden kingdom of Mustang which is also known as the name of Lo. This place is known as the desert of Nepal. Here we would be able to see the amazing panamora of the mountain like Dhaulagiri Annapurna and different thousand old monasteries. More than years ago there was a different king for their own kingdom and the capital city was Lo-Manthang which was a capital city as well as the home of the last king that’s why until 1950 it was the separate kingdom within the boundaries of Nepal. Entering in the lo-Manthang you feel like entering in a different world. The most amazing area of this place is the royal place, beautiful monasteries like Thugchen gompa which was built in the 15th century.
Dhaulagiri round trek – 14 Days trekking and 7 Days in cities
Dhaulagiri round trek is the most famous and one of the trekking sides for the tourist. Dhaulagiri which is known as 7th highest mountain(8167m) in the world was discovered by the French expedition team in 1950. Dhaulagiri is known in a different name (White Mountain) & (The Mountain of storm & sorrow). The trekking in this area suits for those who love to do strenuous walk and who love to do an adventurous activity. Tukuche Peak, Magdi Glacier, French pass (5360m) which is the highest point of the trek and many other peaks gives you the perfect view of Dhaulagiri range. Dhaulagiri circuit trek leads North East side from the beautiful lake city Pokhara and separated from Annapurna Region by the Kali Gandaki River the range of 6 Dhaulagiris ranging from 7268m to 8167m, massif includes more than 30 peaks between 6000m to 8000m. The Dhampus Pass between Tukuche and Thapa peak is another plus point and called as heaven in the trip.
The culture of Nepal is rich and different in the world. It is a Multi-cultural, Multi-lingual and Multi-ethnic country. Different Ethnic group such as; Brahman, Chhetri, Newar, Sherpa, Tharu, Rai, Limbu, Gurung, Tamang, Magar have got their own norms, values and traditions. Here we can found more than 100 languages spoken but Nepali Is the national language of Nepal and overall this language is almost understandable by all Nepalese wherever you travel. Similarly, we can find different religious people such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Jainism and Kirat religion. Among this, the people who follow the Hindu religion are in great number Approx. 80% of Nepalese Population and Buddhism is another second popular religion in the context of Nepal. Islam is the third largest religion in terms of a population while people have also adopted Kirat and many more religion. Folk music is a popular form of music. Temples and monasteries are the most important part of Nepali architecture. They believe their own religious God. Dashain and Tihar are the Main festivals of Nepalese people. The most famous among the Himalayan people are the Sherpas because of their mountaineering skills, they are an indispensable part of mountain expeditions as the leader, guide and porter. Mostly Sherpa celebrates Losar and dumze which is the main festival among others. Losar is the New Year’s celebration according to the Tibetan calendar.
So contact us and make a wise decision for your leisure. With our team consisting of thirty-plus staff, we have established ourselves as a leading trekking and travel company of Nepal. In nearly eight years of our service, we have paid utmost attention in serving all our guests in a friendly way with special attention to their personalized needs; and maintained our professionalism. Our team of friendly, and dedicated professionals, trained and certified by the government and professional agencies, will make you feel really at home. Here is the following detail of Nepal Visa:-
Nepal makes things easy for travelers by providing a visa in the arrival at Kathmandu international airport and at all land border crossings that are open to foreigners. Except for Indians, all foreigners must have a visa whereas SAARC Countries and China also need a visa but if they are entering once in a calendar year it’s free for them. Nepali Visa is valid for 3-6 months from the issue date. Small children below 10 years are not charges for the visa but they required a visa. Visa fees for a six-month tourist visa vary depending on nationality but for most nationalities its Rs 4350. However, for Japanese passport holders, it’s Rs 1050, for the US, the fee is Rs 6450 and for UK passport holders it’s Rs 13,600. Only from Kathmandu and Pokhara visa extensions are possible and cost a minimum US$30 (payable in rupees only) for a 15-day extension, after that you had to pay US$2 per day, for 30 days it is US$50 and to extend a multiple-entry visa add on US$20. If you’ll be in Nepal for more than 60 days, you are better off getting a 90-day visa on arrival, rather than a 60-day visa plus an extension. Every visa extension requires your passport, the fee, one photo and an application form that must be completed online first. You can extend a tourist visa up to 150 days within a calendar year. Trekking in the Manaslu, Mustang, Nar-Phu, Tsum Valley, Dolpo, Humla and Kanchenjunga regions, you need a restricted area permit which ranges from US$10 to US$500 per week and you will need the help of a registered trekking agency to secure one. You can get up-to-date visa information on the website of the Department of Immigration (www.nepalimmigration.gov.np).