Top Five Nepal Trekking in 2017
Trekking in Nepal is always the best way to spend the holidays. With the natural and cultural diversities, Nepal comes first in the traveller’s wish list. Mighty Mount Everest, historical Kathmandu valley, fabulous Pokhara, wonderful Chitwan and spiritual Lumbini- The birthplace of Lord Buddha are must visit places in Nepal.
Nepal is always a perfect place for trekking for soft trekkers to trekkers dreaming an adventurous one. There are many Nepal trekking routes that are absolutely fantastic and must do. Among them, we have picked up five best trekking to do in the year 2017. Our top five trekking for 2017 are:
Once in a lifetime journey, as always Everest Base Camp Trekking comes first on the list. A trek into the foothill of Mount Everest offers to collect awe-inspiring views of Everest Himalayan ranges. Trekking through Sagarmatha National Park- the home for several flora and faunas, visiting Namche Bazar-“The Sherpa Capital”, meeting the ever welcoming locals, Tengboche Monastery , Everest Base Camp itself and Kalapatthar- the best mountain viewpoint are something makes this trek different.
The trek is a great challenge and achievement. No previous trekking experience is needed, better to have acclimatisation days during trekking.
Most visited trekking trail in Nepal. Ever-changing landscapes, wonderful mountain views, ever-smiling and welcoming locals, Thorang-La Pass (5,416m.)- One of the highest Himalayan pass makes this trekking truly amazing. Starting in Besishar (800m.), the elevation gradually rises to Thorang-La (5,416m.) then come down to Pokhara (820m.) again.
Spending couple of days in Pokhara adds more excitement to the trekking.
A restricted trekking area, relatively less visited trekking trail is famous for its untouched and unfolds natural and cultural wonders. The perfect destination for travellers preferring less-crowded trekking route in Nepal. The landscapes, superb mountain views and the Tibetan-like culture and living style are the highlights of this trek.
Relatively tough trekking yet the rewarding natural and cultural wonders make the trek worthwhile.
Nearest place from Kathmandu to see snowcapped mountains. Langtang is also the home for endangered red panda. The Tibetan like culture is another pick of the trekking. Langtang was the most affected trekking area in disastrous earthquake 2015 and this wonderful valley is getting back on its feet again.
Trekkers can trek this wonderful valley and can give a hand to rebuilding at the same time.
Short, best and easy trekking in Nepal. The combination of cultural and natural wonders. The route is easy yet a rewarding one. Poon Hill is renowned as second best sunrise view point after Kalapatthar, difference is Poon Hill offers Annapurna Himalayan Ranges whereas Kalapatthar offers Everest Himalayan Ranges. Ghandruk is a wonderful village to explore local culture.
Pokhara is next highlight of the trekking.