Trekking in Nepal

Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, Mustang, Makalu and Manaslu

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Nepal, sitting at the roof of the world, is the ultimate destination for trekkers and adventurers

Nepal is sandwiched between the Indian plains and the magnificent Himalaya and is a country filled with culture and adventure - a heady mix for those on singles activity holidays. With snow topped peaks, famed trekking routes, Buddhist temples, monasteries, the Annapurna and {Everest Base Camp Trekking } Everest this is a heavenly destination for mountain lovers. Holidays that enable you to trek for days in the vast mountain scenery with guides, Sherpas and new companions are inspirational. Rest by night in warm lodges getting to know each other sharing the experience of these rugged great Himalayan trails and breath-taking mountains.

Whether you choose to go white water rafting down river torrents or to head off on the flowing waters on a kayaking and rafting expedition, Nepal has some of the finest white water in the world. The raging waters tumble through the fabulous wilderness and riding the waters is a truly invigorating experience. Similarly mountain biking along rugged pathways, climbing the impressive tracks and freewheeling back downhill gives a unique perspective on the foothills of the mountains. Cannoning is only for the brave; those who are prepared to climb, scramble, cliff jump, abseil and swim their way around the canyons, valleys and rocks of this dramatic landscape. All these sports will send adrenaline coursing through your veins leaving you exhilarated and longing for more Trekking in Nepal.

Not all the activities need be completely, trekking is still the most favoured adventure holiday activity in the country. The two classic trekking routes either to Everest base camp or the Annapurna circuit are not easy and the challenge you'll face on either route will have a lasting effect. The Manaslu route trek around the world's eighth largest mountain is more remote but no less beautiful passing through stunning bamboo forests, villages filled with prayer flags and culminating with spectacular views from Laryka La. Mustang is an easier trek, suitable for those with good general fitness but not necessarily any previous trekking experience. The language, culture and tradition of the Mustang region are still mostly Tibetan making this one of the most culturally interesting treks. There are shorter treks up the Langtang Valley trek which are still hard work but also deeply rewarding. They generally begin in Kathmandu, leading through large grazing areas covered in flowers, dotted with stone huts used for butter making, Sherpa villages and the homes of yak herders, right up to the Tibetan border. The upper Dolpo section lies far west Nepal known as little Tibet. The lifestyle, ancient Buddhist monasteries, their tradition and dry landscape match similarity of Tibet. The getaway of Tibet and the sacred holy lake mansarovar and famous pilgrimage sight Mt. Kailash get connecting after a week trekking form wilderness on spoilt restricted area Simikot to Hilsa you will get amazing trekking experience through the traditional salt trade route of caravan to and from Tibet.

Nepal, sitting at the roof of the world, is the ultimate destination for trekkers and adventurers, one of those once in a life time destinations that sits on the wish list of many devoted travelers.

Mountain Biking in Nepal

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Langtang Valley Trekking in Nepal