Nepal the Himalayan kingdom is the paradise for the trekking enthusiast- offering the short and easy to demanding and challenging trek all around the country. The natural beauty, the sky soaring snow capped mountains, spectacular landscape, waterfall and basic lifestyle along the trekking trail in Nepal inspires every trekkers to move ahead to the fullest of their life. The trekking in Nepal offers the tough walking in the remote mountainous region and the hard life lived by the native inhabitants which might inspires trekkers to be content with their life and achievements. |
Trekking in Nepal brings you to the base camp of the highest peak in the world the Mt. Evereset 8,848 m to observe it from the very close. The popular trekking route in Nepal is Everest Base Camp (EBC) Trek. Annapurna Trek , Manaslu Trek , and Langtang Trek . These are ohe popular trekking route yet there are many other routes which are not popular yet worthy to trek i.e. Dolpo Trek, Mustang Trek, Kanchenjunga Trek.
The Best Time to Trek in Nepal:
Though the trekking in Nepal evolves round the year, autumn season and spring season is considered as the best time to trek in Nepal.
Autumn Season : September to December
Spring Season : February to May
Nepal trekking offers monsoon season trekking as well, which falls under the restricted area which makes the trek little more expensive yet very worthy to trek as this route can be the best choice who wishes to trek in less trafficked route and little extra to explore. The monsoon Trekking routes are.
1. Dolpo Trek 2. Mustang Trek
Permits For Nepal Trekking.
Permit is required to trek in Nepal. If you have booked your trek through a trekking agency the agency will arrange the necessary permits. If you are independent trekkers you need to receive the necessary permits and national park fees right before you trek. Trekking permits can be obtained from the office of Nepal tourism Board in Kathmandu and from Pokhara. The Conservation Area fees and TIMS must be taken either from Kathmandu or from Pokhara. If you fail to present in check post and then you have to take the Permits from the check post paying double fees. Whereas, the National park fee can be paid in the National park office along the trek or in Kathmandu.
How to organize trek:
There are many trekking agency to book your trekking. But you have to make sure that they are government registered company. If something unforeseen happened during the trek or make sure of your porter and guide’s insurance and safety only the registered company are eligible to insure them. There is throat cut competition among the agency so some company may offer a cheap deals but mostly this sort of agencies have failed to their promise.The facilities and service you have expected is not met with the cost you have paid. And the direct impact of cheap offers falls onto the guide and porters’ salary and allowances. So you may support for the sustainable tourism and to your guide and porter's direct benefit, without whom your project is almost impossible. And there are many cases the cheap deal ended with dissatisfaction and argument between the clients and company.
So make sure of these things which make your long planned trip to Nepal makes enjoyable and successful. Some trekkers arrange their trek at the eleventh hour it is possible to do but sometimes that bears lots of pressures hence better book your Nepal trekking at least 2 months earlier of your departure which will keep you hassle free for your trek.
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