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Fantastic places when trekking the Himalayas

Trekking area of ​​Everest

Mount Everest of the Himalayas is the premier destination for mountaineering, traveling and exploring enthusiasts around the world. Great journeys bring unmistakable natural feelings and experiences. One of the most prominent journeys is the Everest Base Camp Trek, which is a journey to conquer difficult mountain roads to reach the Base Camp of the highest mountain in the world Everest. The journey not only brings you the feeling of enjoying the passion of climbing but also a journey to experience the challenges of altitude, you must overcome the training in durability and health, admire nature.

Stunning, going from this surprise to another surprise. Also on this journey, you will discover the unique culture of Nepalese people in the majestic Himalayas – experiences that should be experienced in life. With a team of seasoned trekking and climbing experts over 25 years of experience in Nepal, we will accompany you on your journey.

Trekking in Annapurna area

One of Nepal’s leading famous trekking roads. This region is located in the Annapurna Range, Dhaulagiri and Gandaki River Valley. The most impressive is the Annapurna I peak (8091m) Nilgiri (7061m) Machapuchare (6993m) and Dhaulagiri (8167m). Also, Tilicho lake at 4950m high in the world and beautiful mountain scenery is also one of the impressive destinations of this region.

There is also the world’s deepest gorge Kali Gandaki at an altitude of 5571m if measured from Annapurna towering over at a time. With all these unique features, it ensures that the Annapurna Mountains occupy a special position, one of the trekking directions that should come to Nepal. The famous trekking roads must include Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Mardi Himal Trek.

Trekking in Manaslu region

MT. Manaslu 8156m – the eighth highest mountain in the world, the first to set foot on this peak in 1952 is a Japanese climbing group. Manaslu Tsum valley is one of the popular trekking roads in western Nepal. Manaslu or Larke Pass trails pass through two Manaslu Conservation and Annapurna Conservation areas. Opened in 1991 for foreign pedestrians and is considered a controlled climbing area in Nepal.

Going trekking to Manaslu base camp with beautiful landscapes, green valleys, combined with cultural heritage, Manaslu Larke Pass connecting the trail around Annapurna along Nepal and Tibet border. Usually, March, April, May, September, October, and November are the best trekking months in this area.

Trekking in the Himalayas: How to do it?

Ever since the first successful peak of Mount Everest, 60 years ago next week, the Himalayas has become more accessible to pedestrians. We round out the best trips of this wonderful area, across Nepal, India, Pakistan, Tibet and even Burma.


Political changes have also changed the horizon. Mountains along the northern border of Burma have recently been accessible for the first time in decades, while restricting visas and unrest in Tibet, making travel more difficult.

Trekking is also changing. Many people believe that walking the Himalayas is only for the rugged people who enjoy it. It was true in 1953, when Everest was first climbed and trekking tourism did not exist. Now there are many new ways to experience the Himalayas: luxurious guesthouses for those who want to look at it with a little comfort; Treks focused heavily on culture as a landscape; and new lodges and homestay for those who want to relax and stay below the surface of life in the Himalayas.

Walking is usually not too difficult – of course outside of height. That is the attitude, along with travel problems in one of Asia’s most underdeveloped areas and worries about sanitation, causing some to give up. Staying healthy in the Himalayas is certainly more difficult at home, but if you are used to walking and being cautious about getting high, you won’t have any problems. And the rewards are spectacular.

Where, when and how

The summer monsoon in the east of the Himalayas is much heavier than in the west, and so the most common trekking time in most India, Nepal and the eastern region is April and October. The sky is more pronounced in the fall, although it is colder, but that’s when Everest and other popular trips are busiest.

If you want to go on vacation, look to the west of Zanskar and Ladakh, mostly Tibetan Buddhism in population but are part of the politics of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, located north of the Himalayas and enjoying much better weather in July and August. These are also the best months for the rest of Karakoram, including Kashmir and Hindu Kush.

The most popular trekking areas – such as Everest, the Annapurna region and the Markha valley of Ladakh – have a network of basic guesthouses to stay in, opening these areas for independent pedestrians who do not want to bring tents and with a more limited budget. You can also get to Annapurna or Nepal’s Langtang area by bus without expensive internal flights.

For those with a little more to spend, there are outstanding journeys from professional travel agents in the UK. The best of these people use local good people and provide a guide, both Westerners or local people who speak English well. For those who do not want to have trouble organizing traffic and accommodation, this type of trip is perfect – and for camping trips in remote areas, they are essential. You also have direct access to a local dealer, which is useful if you have a group you want to join together.