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Popular Treks in Nepal are:

Trek NameNo. of DaysCostDetails
Annapurna Base Camp Trek11 DaysRs. 35500/-View Details
Annapurna Circuit Trek16 DaysRs. 62000/-View Details
Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri18 DaysRs. 76500/-View Details

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The top treks of Nepal are:

1. Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Ri

When you become a frequent explorer of mountains summiting to Everest becomes a dream. While some dreams do come true for some of us, this one might be a little harder to achieve. But life is too short to worry about things that you cannot have, and that’s why there is Everest Base Camp Via Gokyo Ri Trek. There are other trek routes that you can follow for reaching Everest Base Camp, but Everest Base Camp Via Gokyo Ri Trekking will be more rewarding than any other. One of the reasons being that Gokyo Ri is much less explored, and exploring such places is always much more fun.

You will pass through gorgeous lakes and get breathtaking glimpses of the highest peak standing on earth. Everest Base Camp itself stands 18,192 feet above the sea level. The trek is a difficult one so having enough trekking experience is necessary for this one. You will have to have all the necessary gear for the trek, which will include proper medical stuff as acclimatization may cause some problems. It is advisable to check what the Everest Base Camp Via Gokyo Ri Trekking Tour Package provides and then to make arrangements for all the other necessary stuff. After arriving at Kathmandu, you will arrive at Lukla via airplane, which is an adventure in itself because the runway of the airport is inclined which makes it quite risky. As already mentioned, this trek will be a bit of a task. But then seeing Everest, even if it’s from a distance, through your own eyes is something that cannot be underestimated.

Check out Everest Base Camp Via Gokyo Ri Trek Itinerary now if you want to be part of a thrilling experience. Who knows, this trek may even get you closer to fulfilling your dream of climbing Mt Everest.

Max Altitude: 18,200 ft.

Level: Difficult

Duration: 18 days

2. Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The fine mixture of varied cultures, village festivals, and music that’s all you get in Annapurna Base Camp Trek. The high glacial basin lying 40 km directly north of Pokhara, Nepal, the Annapurna Base Camp Trekking is a beautiful journey if you are an avid lover of nature and adventure. The trek will gift you with an eye-catching view of huge mountains covered with white sheets of snow and vivid glaciers. Generally, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek Itinerary is of 8 days covering some beautiful sights across the region of Pokhara and beyond. Day 1 consists of driving from Pokhara to Lower Ghandruk where you will spot some old roof houses in line with the slopes and various tea houses which will be your constant companion along the journey. From Lower Ghandruk you will trek to Komrung with a trail which gradually descends to Kyunri Khola, a stream along the path. Villages full with banana and paddy plantations, this you will witness on Day 2 while on your journey from Komrung to Chomrung. Day 3 is a 6-7 hours journey to moderate difficult journey from Chomrung to Dovan, but the trek is worth it as you will witness one of the beautiful sceneries along the way consisting of trees like Rhododendron, Oak and Bamboo. On Day 4 you will be travelling from Dovan to Machapuchare Base Camp which has some terrains marked with small snow bridges with route lined up with few Daphne trees. The must watch the scene in the whole journey is the mountain tops painted with orange sunlight of morning as you start your journey on Day 5 from Machapuchare Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp. Day 6 is trailing along the same route as you set out for Bamboo from Annapurna. The view of subtropical forests in Jhinu is an eye pleaser as you reach Jhinu from Bamboo on the 7th day of your journey. On Day 8 you will be returning to Pokhara via Sayuli Bazaar witnessing vegetation of mix terraced farms. The whole journey is a sweet amalgam of beautiful sceneries, vast cultures, and beautiful musics and folklore. So if you love all these things then Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Tour Package is a must for you.

Max Altitude: 13,550 ft

Duration: 8 Days

Difficulty: Moderate



3.The Annapurna Circuit Trek

The clouds slowly moving across the tall mountain peaks, the lands and valleys heavily dotted with tall pine trees and the world of narrow canyons and terrace rice fields. Yes! You guessed it right, welcome to Annapurna Circuit Trek India. The journey of 16-20 days, the Annapurna Circuit Trekking has a lot to offer you from incredible scenery to delicious food of dal bhat. Being in the Annapurna mountain range of Central Nepal, Annapurna Circuit Trek is opted by the adventurers in near October, early December or in late February. The Annapurna Circuit Trek Itinerary is generally anticlockwise going from Besishahar to Thorong La Pass and down to Jomsom Valley, Kathmandu, Bandipur, Annapurna, and Pokhara. Just like very few treks, Annapurna Circuit Trek can be done with groups or alone and for this, you don’t have to be super fit- a normal fit person is all you need to be. Having a pretty good evening downtime once you reach tea house, you can curl up with a good book or can socialize with the localities around the area. The view of diversified sceneries of huge Annapurna mountains with the power of food is always incredible. The Annapurna Circuit Trek will be a memorable experience for you because of the smiling faces along your journey and with various delicacies like momos, veg soups, the famous Yak Burger and Dal Bhat. For this journey, you have to prepare for the four seasons as the climate changes just like the moods of a baby. Take only the things you will need, a good medical aid kit, the thorough respect in your heart for the culture you are stepping into with this journey and the sense of responsibility for the environment around you, then surely Annapurna Circuit Trek Tour Package will be a lifetime experience for you.

Max. Altitude: 17,770 ft.

Duration: 16 Days

Level: Most Difficult

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Why trek in Nepal?

Surrounded from all the four sides with the contrasting lands and resting on the rocky bed of the magnificent Himalayas along with the portions of Indo-Gigantic Plains is a heartland country of the South Asia Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. How the nation came about to be called as “Nepal” has various versions. Some say its a Sanskritization of the local Prakrit term “Newar” when others believe that it’s a colloquial arising from the modification of various alphabets. Anyways, most of the historians believe that when the first time the place was documented and said to be as “Nepal” has been in the Vedic Period of Indian history. The people of Nepal or Nepalese believe that a protector, teacher and the sage named Nemi had come to the ravines of Kathmandu and from then the name of the region was established as, “Ne-pal” where Ne is from the sage’s name and Pal comes from the word “Pala”, which means protection in the ancient language of Pali.

Nepal has not only its own long chronicles but a great deal of its existing history has also been discovered and recovered because of its neighboring nations, Sikkim, China, Bangladesh and especially India. The historians were able to find and further proof the presence of Neolithic in the valley of Kathmandu. Studying the various pieces of evidence, like stone inscriptions from the valley of Kathmandu and the written recorded texts from the late Vedic period, various archaeologists, have found that Nepal was a prominent trader of blankets and has remained a border country of India from the last eleven thousand years of the human history. Various ancient texts from the several surrounding and far away kingdoms have written in particular about the elegance and prestige of Nepal.

Amongst the first controllers of Nepal were Kiratas, and Gopal Bansal is often said to be as the valley’s first resident. The Shakya clan and it’s very famous revered prince Shakya, who later founded Buddhism was Gautam Buddha. The state has later come under the territory of Muryans of Northern India and then Guptas, during the 4th century. Xuanzang, a Chinese priest, has turned out to be a major contributor for the present-day known rich and detailed records of Nepal. Other dynasties were of Licchavi which declined by the eighth century and Newar or Thakuri under the ruler Raghav Dev. Then during the middle era, Malla (meaning wrestler) rulers, entered and won the state. By the end of the fourteenth century, the nation unified and was divided between three nations of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan. In the 1850s, a Gorkha emperor,  Prithvi Shah, settled the borders for the present day Nepal, completely vanishing the borders from the kingdoms in mountains, winning the Kathmandu area in 1769 and also Terai region later. There were further wars with Chinese, Tibet rulers, and the Britishers. There were internal conspiracies too after which the rule of ruthless Rana dynasty started. Under Rana rule, Nepal and the UK signed the agreement of friendship. After a lot of bloodsheds, civil wars, communist rule, democratic movements, and overthrow; after two more rulers, finally in 2008 Nepal got its federal republic and its constitution was declared in the recent year of 2015. After such a long history, presently, the nation’s one of the major source for economic growth has become tourism, which also helps it to connect to the world.

Physiographically, Nepal is divided un Himal, Pahad and Terai spread from east to west and crossing the brooks starting from north to south. Terai or lower parts of the nation at South are known as northern Indo-Gangetic Plains, with Churia ranges marking its ends. These hill ranges are adorned with the extremely beautiful Narayani, Karnali and Kosi rivers, with the sultry and subtropical climatic conditions. Internal valleys of these plains are valleys of Tarai, which are actually northern valleys of foothills of Indo-Gigantic region. Pahad ranges are more deserted-rocky-rough belt and rise till 13,000 ft, thus experiencing the weather of alpine above and around 3,900 ft, the subtropical climate. The Lower Himalayan Belt have usually the subtropical ravines and ridges. In the snowy terrains, population density remains relatively low. Himal ceases the Greater Himalayan Belt and somehow makes the northern natural border of Nepal. Embellished with the elevations towering above 29,000 ft, the region is highly gusty, snowy, glaciated and is the reason why the Nepal tourism lists the area as one of the most adventurous trekking zones in the world. The Himat ranges connect with the borders of China and are crowned with the toughest, famous peak, the Mount Everest which is at 29,029 ft and so, is one of the ultimate excursions.

Nepal is one of the most popular and ultimate destinations of the world mountaineers. It is that country which accumulates a number of easy, moderate and ultimate treks, and is also the most unique place in the whole of Asia, to experience the art of mountaineering.  Trekking in Nepal is mostly tougher than usual due to its sloppy terrains and unpredictable weather. Nevertheless, it is a hub of trekking ranges for all kinds of mountaineers- travelers, and learners, tourists, and citizens or mountaineers and uplanders. The roads of Nepal are filled with Nepal trekking companies, Nepal trekking guide, their groups, and tour organizers. Mostly all the trails towards the crowns of the ranges are marked and are through the number of tiny undeveloped, equally-gaped villages, teahouses, amidst the locals and along with a number of fellow trekking groups. Friendly and kind Nepalese of these villages witness along with the mounts of Nepal, these travelers on a daily basis. This is because Nepal’s major tourist attractions are its gigantic glorious mountains and thus, the trekking/hiking are the most cherished sport of not just the native uplanders but also foreigners. Most of the people in these crowds are groups of tourists or travelers who have come to enjoy their vacations and relax.

All the expeditions that we provide are covered between 11 to 18 Days of time. They range from moderate to ultimate. The altitude range between 13,550 ft and 18,200 ft. The journey will be through the subtropical weather, requiring acclimatizing.

At Trekmunk, we are a group of passionate trekkers and thus we aim for not only famous but the best treks in the region. Few of the best treks in Nepal are difficult, require prior mountaineering experience and professional skills. Amongst the thousands of peaks to choose from only very few trips which can actually give you the complete thrilling, captivating and gratifying moment of not just “Nepal trekking” but also “Nepal hiking”, thus providing you the wholesome experience of the actual sport of mountaineering.