Trekking in Nepal

warm Greetings from your Hospitality Travel partner offers Trekking in Nepal, Cultural Tours, World Heritage sites Sightseeing with Hiking, Mountaineering, and many outdoor adventure activities. Across fertile river valleys, and ascend along winding trails through fragrant alpine forests.  Green pastures, enjoy friendly encounters with nomadic herders and savor breathtaking views of the highest Himalaya in the world. And you’ll do it all under the power of your own two feet.

Trekking in NepalThe Trekkers from around the world are lured to Nepal for its exceptional beauty of the Himalayas, raw adventures along the ancient trails and not to mention, the gateway to the world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest. The high snowy mysterious mountains are one of the best destinations for adventure seekers and the trails to these peaks are decorated with lush green forests and unforgettable local delicacies. The trail into the interior parts of the country follows ancient foot trails that meander through scenic river banks, intricately terraced fields, and the forested ridges connecting the picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. The tricky yet beautiful journey alongside freshwater streams, fragrance of the seasonal flowers blooming along the trails, glimpses of rare wildlife, and simply the sense of wilderness is extraordinarily pleasing. Every bit of hitchhiking, picturesque landscape, snow-covered mystic mountains, and greenery gives trekkers a piece of paradise to enjoy.

helambu-ace vision treks & toursThe beauty of Nepal is because of its people. Trekking in Nepal gives trekkers thousands of memories to take back along with immense love and a sense of attachment with the local villagers who extend their warm greetings to every visitor. The ancient culture, scattered residential cottages, monuments, religious Hindu temples, and peaceful Buddhist monasteries. Previously, Nepal was well-known for its traditional routes that led to Everest, Annapurna, Manaslu, and Langtang regions. Over time, as visitors from all around the globe appreciated and valued the beauty of the country, the government of Nepal developed a number of heritage trails that connected the local culture with nature and gave easy access to the regions for the visitors to enjoy. Therefore, now the Kanchenjunga in the extreme east and Dolpo in northwest Nepal are also gaining ground as new popular destinations.

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