3 Most Popular Trekking Destinations Of Nepal That You Shouldn’t Miss
Nepal is the land of yaks & yetis, sherpas and stupas, and some of the finest trekking on the planet. They tiny & picturesque country Nepal cuddled comfily in the arms of the giant Himalaya. From scenic vistas to adventurous sports to exhilarating trek, the small country has something for everyone. No surprise that Nepal is one of the most favorite destinations for trekkers all over the globe. So what are the main trekking destinations that you shouldn’t miss out? Here are three examples:
Everest Base Camp Trek:
Whenever it comes to the most popular trekking destination in Nepal, Everest Base Camp trek certainly tops the list. You can visit this destination throughout the year as people trek in all seasons; however the ideal time to come to this area is between March to mid may and between Septembers to mid November. The major highlights of this trek include:
• Trek to the bottom of the awe-inspiring Everest – the globe’s tallest mountain
• Set out on taxing treks to Kala Pattar (18,192) Nangkartshang Peak (16,672'). and Everest Base Camp (17,590').
• Discover Sherpa villages & the old Thami & Tengboche monasteries
• Pay a trip to a school instituted by Sir Edmund Hillary in the mountain village of Khumjung.
If you are looking for the best alternative trek of Annapurna Circuit, then Mansalu trekking is possibly your best bet. This is also a great teahouse trek in the country of Nepal. The Manaslu Circuit Trek is rapidly increasing in popularity, since lodges were built here in 2010, making the trek more accessible. No doubt, Mansalu trek is one of the most beautiful and scenic treks in Nepal with breathtaking views of the Himalayas and some of the tallest peaks in the world.
Upper Mustang trek:
The Upper Mustang trek provides an exceptional trekking experience in the isolated trans-Himalayan mountain province of Nepal. The Upper Mustang trek brings you into the hidden world of the old Buddhist kingdom of Mustang, also called Lo. Lo used to be part of the Tibetan empire and is therefore closely tied to Tibet in culture, language and geography. During your trek, you can relish authentic Nepalese food and also the more common international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast & dinner will be catered from the teahouse or from a lodge menu where you spend the night whilst lunch will be catered on the way to your next destination.