Nepal which is decked with eight of the top ten highest peaks of the world is famous for adventurous activities like trekking, hiking, and other activities. Nepal, which is known as the Himalayan country, has stupendous and beautiful landscapes which offer you challenging trekking in the upper Himalayas of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is the most popular and fast-growing tourism activity in Nepal. Indefinite natural resources and beautiful sceneries have been playing a vital role in the increment of tourists in Nepal. The status has revealed that around five hundred thousand tourists visit Nepal each year for the purpose of Trekking.
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Everest Region Trek
Everest region comes in a top priority for every trekker as the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest, which is 8,848m tall is located here. The extreme trekker never fails to keep this trekking region at top of his bucket list. Everest region is like the next home for all the trekkers around the globe. Mt. Everest also known as ‘Sagarmatha’ in Nepal is situated in the eastern region. It is located in the Solukhumbu district. Various peaks stretching from 3,300 to 8,848m above sea level, lie in Khumbu province. Top mountains such as Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Cho Oyo, Mt. Nuptse, Mt, Chocolate, Mt. Tawache, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Gyachung Kang, and most importantly, as a cherry on top, Mt. Everest- the highest peak of the world are covered by Everest Region. Sagarmatha National Park guards the entire Everest Region. Sagarmatha National Park is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Sherpa people are inhabitants of this region. They are the indigenous people of Nepal. You hardly imagine climbing the highest mountain without the assistance of Sherpa. In order to get the thrilling experience of trekking, trekking in the Everest Region is something that shall not be squandered.
Famous Trekking in Everest Region: Everest base camp trek, Everest three passes trek, Everest Panorama Trek, Gokyo lake trek with Everest base camp, Jiri to Everest base camp trek, Everest base camp Helicopter tour.
Annapurna Region Trek
Whenever and wherever there is a talk about trekking, the picture of the Annapurna Region dwells in anybody’s mind as the region has many things to offer from snow-capped peaks to the scenic beauty of Poon Hill. A real adventure lover never forgets to put Annapurna Region Trekking in his/her Travel bucket list.
Annapurna Region is located in the northern part of Nepal bordering Tibet. The entire region is protected by Annapurna Conservation Area. It covers an area of 7,629 square kilometers. Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre (Fishtail), Manaslu, Gangapurna, Tilicho peak, and Annapurna l to lV comprised of Annapurna Massif. Most of these peaks are above 8,000m from sea level. Annapurna Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit Express Trekking, Annapurna Circuit Trekking, Annapurna Sanctuary Trekking, Mardi Himal, Royal Trekking, and Ghore Pani Poon Hill are the major trekking destinations of the Annapurna Region.
Manaslu Region Trek
Manaslu Region Trekking has its own significance as the trekkers here get a chance to observe unique Buddhist culture and 10 peaks of more than 6,5000m. The scenic beauty of Manaslu stirs with culture and mesmerizes people from all over the world. located in the Central Region of Nepal Manaslu Region comes under Gorkha district. To preserve its typical identity government of Nepal did not give trekking permission here till 1991. The dawn of democracy opened trekking in this region. The number of trekkers to the Manaslu Region is increasing every year. Around 30,000 people from all over the world paved their way to Manaslu last year. The flora and fauna accompanied by the suspension bridge, waterfalls, green lush vegetation, and monasteries are the main attraction of this area. Toshio Imanishi was the first person to step on the peak of Mount Manaslu in 1956. Since then many people had been stepping here, particularly Japanese as Imanishi was also a Japanese climber.
Famous Trekking in Manaslu Region: Manaslu circuit trek, Manaslu Trek with Tsum Valley.