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Nepal Travel – A Trekker’s Heaven
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Nepal and India share the Himalayas; the tallest and greatest mountain range in all the world. The world’s tallest peaks are all located in Nepal, which is why trekking and mountaineering enthusiasts from all over head to Nepal for expeditions. Nepal has several beautiful trekking routes to choose from, depending on your fitness levels, mountaineering experience and the time you have available. International tours to Nepal can give you the chance to explore the Himalayas on foot, and really take in all the natural beauty of the region.
If you love adventure and are a relatively well-experienced in mountaineering your Nepal travel itinerary must include a trip to Everest Base Camp. While the trek to the peak of Mt. Everest has only been attempted by a handful of people in the world, the Everest Base Camp trek is popular among enthusiasts and amateurs. You will need to undergo fitness training and obtain a doctor’s clearance before attempting it. This trek thrills adventure junkies with treacherous slopes and pleases nature lovers with marvellous views of the surrounding mountains. The trail begins at Tenzing Hillary airport, follows the Dudh Kosi valley to Namche. It then goes up to Kalapathar at a height of 5,545m above sea level.
International tours to Nepal also offer you the chance to do the Annapurna Round Trek beginning at Bahundada and ending at Nayapul. This trek offers panoramic views of the Annapurna peaks, passes through Marpha – the apple capital of Nepal, natural hot spring at Tatopani, the pooh hill and the expansive arid plateau of the Mustang region. On this trek you will also pass the famous pilgrimage site, the Muktinath Temple. The highest point of this trek is Thorong La at a height of 5416m. This trek can be easily completed even by inexperienced trekkers, with average fitness levels.
If you want to explore some exciting ice falls and glaciers then your Nepal tours must include the Dhaulagiri trek. This trek is one of Nepal’s most challenging, and begins from Beni which is about 8hours hours away from Kathmandu by road. The trek passes through terraced slopes, cobblestone paths, hanging bridges and dense forests. While on this trek you will pass through the Iced French Pass and Thapa pass, before you descend into the Yak Kharka to end at Jomsom. During this trek you will reach a maximum height of 5360m at the French Pass.
Trekking is an extremely physically challenging outdoor activity, but the rewards are well worth the effort. On foot, you can explore parts of the world that cannot be accessed by road, rail or air!
Ninad Chaudhari works as a Web UI Designer / Developer with Cox & Kings. In his spare time, Ninad is an ardent photographer and loves to travel across world on well planned international tour packages. His albums are replete with pictures of his recent tours to Nepal.
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