Nepal is listed as one of the best trekking destinations in the world with thousands of trails and endless mountain views It has become a challenge in itself as the Nepalese Himalaya offers a path for everyone, regardless of experience, fitness level or time available there are fourteen highest mountain above 8000 meters, eight of them are situated in Nepal.The main trekking and adventure region of Nepal are Mt Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, Kanchenjunga, Dhaulagiri, and Langtang and there are other many trekking destinations which are getting popular day by day slowly such as Mardi Himal trek Dolpo trek Machhapuchhre model trek, Panch pokhari etc.afterall mountaineering and trekking is the main tourism of tourism of Nepal.
Nepal is also listed as one of the popularly associated with various sorts of adventure world beyond mountaineering and adventure trekking. There are two types of Adventure tourism,one is hard and the other is soft adventures which are classified tying with the enthusiasm of the person strenuous adventures with high risk and challenges and it can be weather round or any condition, Peak climbing, Expedition bungee jump, rock climbing trekking in high mountain and moderate adventure are like hiking, cycling bird watching, jungle safari can be easy for everyone. According to Adventure Travel Society, the numbers of senior and women travelers are increasing every day in this world.Out of the total, almost 46 percent of the travelers participate in soft adventure tourism and 16 percent of the visitors take part in hard activities and rest in others.
The hiking itself is NOT difficult. Dealing with the altitude is the problem for most trekkers. You will need a general level of fitness and if you’ve never been to altitude before, I’d suggest working with a professional trekking guide so you don’t have to worry about the weather, where to stay and they will assist with porters to help carry your gear. Be sure to acclimatize properly - it's not a race and the views are truly spectacular - take the time to look at them rather than just at your feet when you’re trekking.