Trekking in Nepal

May 19 2012 Saturday   |   Views (4458)   |   Comments (17)
Trekking in Nepal, a walk of few or many days up and down trail through the villages, hills and forests is called trekking. Walking through the country side is a unique destination for trekkers because of its unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches. The verdant valleys under the shadow of massive snow peaks, the rugged paths, resplendent ravines, wild waterfalls, picturesque lakes and many other visual delights unfold in their utmost beauty and glory. A walk through the hills of Nepal will not only give you a view of the mountains, but also take you through remote villages inhabited by hospitable people who will always well comes you smiling. Utmost Adventure Trekking invites you to join us on visit to this remote region to see the truth of your dream. A trek is walking at your own pace along well-established village trails, enjoying close contact with people in remote mountain villages whose lifestyle has not changed for generations. Perhaps the most enjoyable parts of a trek are the clean mountain air and the magnificent views of the mighty Himalayan peaks. You will enjoy with nature and with yourself.

Teahouse Trek:
The most popular way to trek in Nepal is to travel from teahouse to teahouse. Hotel accommodation is most readily available in the Khumbu (Everest) region, the Langtang area and the entire Annapurna region. The tea houses on the trail have developed that has electricity and they are modest, but clean accommodation offering foam mattresses in single & twin sharing rooms. Only highest stop and in peak season sometime they use dormitory style of accommodation. These areas are most populated where tourists have interaction with local community, Flora and fauna. During the winter season most of the tourists prefer to rest at the tea house (lodge/hotel) due to cold, snow fall and windy air. The adventure tourists, however, are willing to do camping trek.

Camping Trek:
Fully organized treks provide the best way to explore around the remote and high Himalaya. This is because tourists trek as a self contained unit carrying every tiny piece of necessary things including food and camping equipment with them, that’s why it's called fully organized trek. Group use quiet village trails that lead them through terraced rice fields paradise, magnificent forests and ideal valleys rarely found by other Trekkers.



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