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Restricted areain Nepal offers adventurous trekking in a Himalayan land of country with amazing extremes. There are the world’s highest mountains including Sagarmatha or Mount Everest (8848m), towering above populated valleys and forested plains in which the lordly tiger and trundling rhinoceros live. Enchantments is everywhere, be it on the shoulder of high mountains, on terrace farmlands meticulously carved like stairways out of hill ridges, on cascading mountain rivulets and rushing rivers, or in forest, full of wildlife, flowers and bird song.

Nepal provides many things for every tourist, trekker, river runner, wildlife enthusiast, poet artist scholar, or the weary in search of a personal Shangri- La view point. Trekking the entire region in Nepal like ManasluLarkalya pass trekking has become possible without camping.You can find homestay trekking&tea houses trekking, though it requires a US$ 50 Dollar per weeks permit and must be done with a guide. The trek to Lo Manthang it call Upper Mustang valley Trekking is similar: no camping is required as many comfortable lodges are available, but a permit is required which keeps many budget travelers away.

Facilities available in remote areas are less expensive than in the more popular areas. Off the main trails where there are no lodges and food from menus a Nepali guide becomes essential, and it may be advisable or necessary to visit such regions with organized groups, including guide, porters and full support. Kanchenjunga Camping Trekking, Makalu Valley Trekking, RolwalingBarun Trekking, Upper Dolpo Trekking, is in remote areas. Many of them require also special permits.The Great Himalayan Trail is a long distance hiking trail which will one day span the entire Greater Himalayan Range from Namche Bazaar in Eastern Tibet to Nanga Parbat in Pakistan at the western end.

About Nepal Trekking Region

Now we provide popular homestaytrekking all region in Nepal. The popular route passes from East to West Trekking in Nepal through established trekking areas of Kanchenjunga Camping or Homestart Trekking, Makalu Barun Camping Trekking, Solukhumbu Everest Region Tea House Trekking, RolwalingHimal, Gaurishankar Conservation Area, Helambu&Langtang, Ganesh Himal Trekking, Manaslu Region Trekking, Annapurna Base Camp Trekking Tea House, Annapurna Circuit Trekking Tea House, Upper Dolpo Camping Trekking & Lower Dolpo Camping or Homestay Trekking, Mustang Valley Camping or Homestay Trekking,Rara Lake Camping Trekking &Humla currently finishing on the border with Tibet at Hilsa.

The Government of Nepal is now strongly promoting the trail and its sections as a way of bringing tourism dollars to remote communities. Tourism is the only industry where the consumers come to the producers and so it is a useful tool in poverty alleviation. To make this work, the Great Himalayan trekking Trail is being promoted as a responsible tourism destination, and trekkers are being encouraged to be responsible tourists, but using local guides and porters, and local food and accommodation where possible in Nepal trekking.

Makalu Base Camp Trek

Makalu Base Camp trek is the adventure trekking to the valley of the fifth highest mountain, Mt. Makalu. It is situated in the north eastern part of Nepal between Nepal and China border. The shape of the mount Makalu is stunning four-shaped pyramid.

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Manaslu Larkalya Pass Trek

Manaslu Larkya la Pass trek is the adventure trekking to the eights world highest mountain, Mt Manaslu. The Mountain Manaslu is the highest in the Lamjung district and lies to the northwest central of Nepal. The highest point of destination in this Manaslu Larkya La Pass trek is Larkya La at an altitude of 5235m.

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Mustang Valley Trek

Mustang Valley trek takes you to the lost kingdom of Tibet in Mustang, situated North West of Nepal. The trekking route is famous for the pilgrimage site of Muktinath and local Sherpa traditions similar to the Tibetan lifestyle. Jomsom is the headquarter of the valley which is the most windy place in Nepal.

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