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Top 7 best famous Trek in Nepal

Published Date :24 Sep, 2019

1. Everest Base camp trek

Everest Base Camp trek is the most popular trek in Nepal and across. That is a reason it makes it on a first place. Many of the trekkers are  already well-known with Mount Everest which is the tallest peak in the world above the sea level (8848m). Going for Everest Base Camp is every trekkers dream .Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa were first to conquer Mt Everest back in 1953. The highest trekking routes the world can offer. It is an adventure of a lifetime! Initially you will have to take a short beautiful and adventurous flight from TIA(KTM) to Lukla airport which takes roughly about25 to 35 minutes. Generally, Lukla airport is considered as one of the most adventurous airport around the world. The airport is actually situated in the Lukla valley at the lap of the mountain cliff which is adventure of itself.

2. Annapurna Base camp trek

Annapurna base camp trekking is another famous trekking routes in Nepal after the mighty Everest base camp trek. It is quite easier than other high altitude trekking trails and this offers enough time to witness the superbly beautiful peaks of all the Annapurna giants that surround the basin: Annapurna 1 (8091m), Annapurna South (7273m), the Glacier Dome, Gangapurna (7454m), the unclimbed Fang (7647m), and the Machhapuchhare (6997m).. The Annapurna Base Camp route goes passing through spectacular and wonderful Gurung and Magar villages, tranquil terrain, abundant green Rhododendron, bamboo and alpine forests to the trip’s last and final destination, Annapurna Base Camp at the elevation of 4130m (13546ft.).

3. Langtang Valley trek


Langtang is in nearest destination from Kathmandu valley. Langtang valley trek is commonly known as the valley of glaciers trek on the journey to wilderness Himalayas making it one of the wildest trekking in Nepal.  The whole Langtang valley is covered by Mount Langtang Lirung (7246m) that offers pine forest, rugged rock, swift mountain streams and snow-capped peaks. It is home to many different tribes, but the majority of the people are Tamang. Tamang’s are ancient Tibetan horse trader who settled in this region for ages.  After the devastating Nepal earthquake, gallant raised funds for this region and it remains an area very close to our hearts. You can help them just by visiting them . The starting pointof the trekking will be Syabrubensi. There is another beautiful and popular trekking trial Langtang  Gosaikunda trek on the optional of Langtang valley  trek. Gosaikunda is sacred place for the Hindu people. Every year many devotee comes to Gosaikunda because it is said to be a holy place.

4. Manaslu Circuit trek

The Manaslu Trek is a great tea-house trek. Manaslu circuit trek Nepal is a fantastic experience as walk leads through tribal villages with remarkable culture and simple way of life among the hill people in the lap of high mountains of Midwest Himalaya. The circuit is gradually getting popular due to its  emoteness, isolated villages, and trekking in comfort of many tea houses. And also day to day views of amazing snow-capped mountains are another appeal. While on the trip we get to wonder at the magnificent views of Mt. Manaslu (8163m), coupled with a chance to witness the rich local heritage and biological diversity of the region. Manaslu circuit trek beginning this breathtaking exploration with an fascinating drive en route for Gorkha district of north mid-west region of Nepal

5. Upper Mustang trek

Upper Mustang offers a spectacular experience in the rural trans-Himalayan mountain region of  orthern Nepal, Which is nestled in between Tibet and the mighty Himalayas. It is the old Buddhist last forbidden kingdom named ‘Lo’ within the boundary of Nepal. It was once the part of Tibetan Empire and has losely tied to Tibet in Culture, Language and geography. This region is isolated to the outside world .Trekking in this region was officially started in 1992, before this it was restricted for the foreign national to visit this area. And still today tourist are not allowed to enter here without the government certified permits or officials and the flow of tourists are limited for to protect the Tibetan tradition and it’s fragile and unique eco system which is found nowhere else in this planet earth. In Upper Mustang region of Nepal, we can admire the uniqueness of cold high altitude desert landscape, rocky trails and views of Nilgiri, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and other high Himalayas.

6. Upper Dolpa Trek


Dolpo is the most fascinating and least develop district of Nepal. Upper Dolpo Trekking route is a remote and perfect area near the Tibetan border of Nepal. Only in the late eighties it opened for international trekkers. Until then the region were closed for foreigners. Upper Dolpo is a region of numinous beauty. And its detachment adds to the sense of adventure among its visitors. The society and ethnicity seems here are quite similar to those of Tibet. It is one of the highly restricted trekking regions of Nepal because it shares it’s boarder with Chinese occupied Tibet . It’s required special permit to enter this region. The special authorize costs USD 500 for first ten days and other USD 50 each day after 10 days. The trail of upper Dolpa goes through the Phoksundo National park, covering the striking valleys, monasteries and landscape. Phoksundo Lake, Tarakot village ,angla pass, shey gompa, Saldand la pass , Jeng la pass, Dho Tarap and various places are the highlights of this trek on the Himalayas. special trekking permit is required to discover this mystical part of Nepal, full of unique culture,social lifestyle and monasteries. Brilliant mountain view and barren landscape offer the awesome Impression of the journey. The nomadic pattern of life has been a major form of lifestyles and they have different settlements who go on changing according to the weather

7. Tsum Valley Trek

The sum valley is one of the most isolated valleys in Nepal. located in the Manaslu section high up close the chinese border, the whole area has a distinct Tibetan buddhist feel to it and is relatively un-trekking by hikers. Most of the 14 days are trekked at elevation over 3000m. With the height and with walking days stretching from 5 to7 hours a fairly good level of fitness is vital for this trek .The trek to Tsum valley takes you keen on the majestic environment of the Ganesh Himal Sringi Himal and Boudha himal ranges. In the initial days of the trek, weexplore the Budhi Gandaki valley through a mix of fense forest, terraced fields and prominence villages. As we leave the main Manaslu trail for the Tsum valley suddenly we get a feeling of entering truly into the hidden valley or a lost world. While on the trek we also pass through the alpine forest glacial rivers and enjoy the warm generosity of ethnic people.