Adventure Hiking in Himalayas | Tea-House Trekking in Nepal

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Many of the Caravanserai and Lodges used by these Porters for their lunch and overnight stops have now been commandeered by independent Backpackers for use in so-called “Tea-House” trekking in Nepal. The most popular trekking routes, Everest Base Camp Trek ( known as the “Yak route” ) and Annapurna Circuit Trek ( known as the “Coca Cola Hiking trail” ), can both be undertaken as “tea-house” Trekking in Nepal.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

As well, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek is another best hiking route for solo travelers. This natural trekking is excellent panoramic mountains views. En route, the Natural Hot spring is another attractions of Annapurna region.

The alternative to “tea-House” trekking is Camping or “Organized” Hiking where each group is self-sufficient and carries its own food, Camping and Cooking gear enabling access to remote, uninhabited, wilderness areas such as the spectacular Valley in the Everest region and the isolated “Hidden Valley” in the Dhaulagiri Himalaya.

Manaslu Circuit Trek

Manaslu offers the best Hiking dentations of remote Himalayan. The Naturally, Culturally rich and best Manaslu Circuit Trek is isolated hidden valley of Nepal. Visit us for more information with customize your Trips.

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