Early in the morning in the northern zone of Nepal,
zigzag foot-trail leading towards unbroken Himalayan
vistas then think yourself where are you……….nowhere,
you are around Nepal’s trekking region. Nepal
consists 8 of the world’s 10 highest peaks. These
mountains are always challenging humans as Edmund Hillary
said on the success of Everest summit that the Everest
was a grate challenge for human kind so it was necessary
to climb on the top.
Most of the trekking in Nepal is walking trekking through
an unparallel combination of natural beauty and the
unique combination of ethnic culture. Northern zone
is still untouched by roads which makes you an unforgettable
experience with scenic riverbank, native villages, terraced
fields stacked up huge hillsides and much more…
The rhododendron filled, green, dark
and deep forest with different wild animals, verity
of birds, many Hindu & Buddhist Temples, breath-taking
landscape and above all the warm greeting from smiling
Local people makes your trekking one of the best in
Nepal was opened her border for foreigner only in 1948.
The first tourist, as opposed to mountaineers and researchers,
arrived in 1955 but it was not until 1965, when col.
Jimmy Robert set up an private office, that the first
commercial treks began.
The concept was similar to the expedition
approach used by mountaineers with guides, porters and
tents, which is still followed. So don’t be confused
as the ountaineering and trekking are similar. Mountaineering
takes to you to the pick of the mountains and trekking
provides you only the breath-taking views of mountains
passing through common foot-trials.
The first expedition on Everest was
succeed by New Zealander Edmund Hillary and Nepali Norgay
Tenzing Sherpa in 1953. Every year about 700-900 climber
comes to Nepal to try their luck It’s a surprise
that there are still many sizeable picks which have
not been successfully climbed, and some which haven’t
even been attempted. So hurray up you may be the first
one to climb those peaks.
Trekking in Nepal is available all
round season. It is possible at any time of the year
depending on where one wishes to go. The most popular
season are Spring (February-March) and Autumn (September-November)
even during monsoon season (June- August) trekking is
possible in the “rain shadow”, the land
behind the high Himalaya, areas like Mustang, Upper
Manang and Dolpo. Mainly two types of trekking are followed
in Nepal. One is tee house trekking, in which a guide
is provided and accommodation is in the local hotels
and the other one is organized trekking where we provide
and arrange all basic requirement.