Trekking in Nepal

Popular locations for Nepal Treks are following. Everest Base Camp Trek, Kalapatthar trekking and other very exciting trek locations in the Mount Everest region. It gives trekkers spectacular scenery in the majestic Himalayas of Nepal and a golden opportunity to fulfill a dream.

Written By Clayton Kessler

On April 11, 2012
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Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal is adventure tourism. Nature in Nepal allows you to renew and relive yourself. Meet generous and friendly people while trekking in Nepal. Nepal offers numerous walking excursions to snowy peaks, foot hills, valleys and mountain areas. Typical trekking and hiking in Nepal includes unique spectacular trekking trips to hard climbing in the Himalayas and offers adventure trekking and an Everest Base Camp Trek  that is most rewarding. Trekking is important and highlights to tours in the Himalayas with ecological features nurturing a variety of flora and scenery. Many visitors trek to different part of Nepal every year to experience its rustic charm, nature and culture. Most treks are between 1000 to 5185m in altitude, though some popular parts reach over 5648 meters. Trekking is not climbing, you can enjoy walking holidays in Nepal and trekking tours inNepal that are arranged for travelers.

Trekking is probably the best way to experience the marvelous nature and rich culture. This beautiful land is often referred to as the travelers paradise. You will love Nepal. There are many trekking routes and locations in Nepal where travelers can seek their delights. Popular locations for Nepal Treks are following. Everest Base Camp Trek, Kalapatthar trekking and other very exciting trek locations in the Mount Everest region. It gives trekkers spectacular scenery in the majestic Himalayas of Nepal and a golden opportunity to fulfill a dream.

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