The tourist activities began in Nepal in the 1950s when successfully ascend the Annapurna 1st by French Alpinist Maurice Herzog. The trekking holiday is an activity of the multi-days joyful walking trip while enjoying rural regions, rugged hills, and valleys from one place to the next site. Trekking is not the climbing and mountaineering that need climbing equipment. There are two different treks: teahouse (or lodge) trekking and another is camping trekking. Teahouses (lodges) are the hotels/lodges run by the local people. The local lodge/hotels provide excellent food with restaurant-style menus, good hot and cold showers. The camping organizes all and operates it as a camping basis. As travelers move on foot through often-rural areas, trekking in Nepal gives them an up-close view of the scenery.
Many trekkers travel through isolated areas and get a travel experience. It is much different who go in organized groups to popular destinations. This often allows trekkers to interact with nature while doing things such as climbing a rock wall or navigating through a mountain range. Trekking in Nepal is an epic adventure on the Earth. Nepal has owned some of the best trekking trails in the global. Nepal offers vast, diverse trekking options as the magnificent Himalayan range since it contains 8 of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest. There is the possibility of a different nature of trek like do easy, moderate, and strenuous trekking. Still, it may form a group of any sizes depending on interests, physical condition, and vacation time-frame.
Nepal is a perfect destination for the Trekking holiday.
Trekking Holiday in Nepal involves walking an average of five to eight hours per day. It passes through the forest, villages, and cultivated lands. Moreover, it crosses the valleys, meadows, high passes, and peaceful hamlets with the magnificent Himalayan range’s surroundings. Likewise, glaciers, snow-fed rivers, and lakes with a frequent encounter with local faunas. Besides the well-established classical tracks that are often crowded during the peak season. The trekkers can also choose out of the beaten path to explore authentic Nepalese life and culture — well established favorite classic trails such as Gokyo Lakes Everest base camp Trek in Everest region. Likewise, Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna Base Camp via Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in Annapurna region. Langtang Valley Trek to Helambu Circuit has a lot of local lodges. It requires doing camping or homestay trek out of the beaten path.