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Trekking In Nepal
Trekking is an activity where you travel by your foot in a place that takes more than a day to reach. Walking and enjoying the beautiful sights while reaching your destination has become one of the popular activities of many people. While talking about the trekking, there is no chance you miss about Nepal. Nepal allowed the trek to the outside world in 1949 A.D. Mt. Everest was first climbed in 1953 A.D. But the first trekking company was founded 1964 A.D. Since then trekking in Nepal is gaining more and more popularity. We have many trekking trails in Nepal, ranging from moderate to difficult. You will have a life-changing experience and memories for a lifetime. Trekking is fun and challenging at the same time. So, while trekking, you are accompanied by a highly experienced guide. Trekking permit and the necessary documentations are done in Kathmandu. Permit and costs may vary according to your trekking destination. After that, you are ready for your trek. But there are many things you need to know about trekking in Nepal. There are many trekking regions in Nepal which you can choose as per your interests. Trekking destinations are categorized as a short trek, medium treks and long treks. The short trek takes 2 to 5 days of trekking; medium trek takes 6 to 11 days of trekking, and the long trek takes 12 to 20 or more days of trekking. Some of the short treks in Nepal are Kathmandu valley trek, Kalinchowk trek, Ghorepani trek, Ghandruk trek, etc. Medium treks in Nepal are Khopra danda trek, Nar Phu valley trek, Rara lake trek, etc. And the long treks are Annapurna base camp trek, Upper Mustang trek, Manaslu circuit trek, Upper Dolpo trek, etc. These are some examples. You can find many more trekking spots in Nepal. The most important thing you need to take care of while trekking is the weather and climate. Not all the seasons are suitable for trekking in all reasons of Nepal. Before going for a trek, you need to have good knowledge of the weather and climate of the place you are about to trek. The best season for trekking in Nepal is spring season, i.e. from March to May and the autumn season, i.e. from the end of September to November. It is necessary to know about the elevations and altitude you are about to trek. The temperature varies according to the altitudes. Nepal has high peaks, and the elevation can be above 5000m above the sea level. As much as the elevation increases, there might be a chance of altitude sickness. It is necessary to carry necessary medical equipment as safety measures. You have to be physically fit before you start your trek. Food and lodging are mostly available in many trekking destinations of Nepal. Nowadays, trekking is a growing business in Nepal. So, various destinations have good facilities for accommodations and foods at a very reasonable cost. Foods may vary from a place as local foods are available. But there are also some trekking destinations where you need to arrange your accommodations and foods by yourself. In such places, you need to be prepared for camping with necessary pieces of equipment. High and steep mountains can be climbed only with the help of special trekking gadgets and equipment. The training to use those gadgets and equipment is the most required before trekking. You can either buy or hire them easily. You can trek without a guide too in Nepal. But you might have no experiences with all the consequences that you may face while trekking. You may not be able to calm the situation in an appropriate way. So, it is always better to travel with an experienced guide. Guides in Nepal are highly experienced about the consequences and difficulties which will be a great accompany too. The most exciting thing to trek in Nepal is you just don't walk but get to explore. You get lost in the natural beauty of mountains, rivers, hills, forests, waterfalls, lakes and many more. You will experience the feeling of travelling to paradise on earth. You get an opportunity to see rare birds and animals from near. Heart-warming welcomes of local people occupy every corner of your trails. The hospitality of people will make you feel like you are a member of the family. The culture and tradition you will witness are the factors that do not allow you to leave the place. It is a place to enjoy, gain information and capture the most unforgettable moment of your life. Nepal has now become one of the best trekking destinations in the world. It has grown rapidly within a short period. Thousands of tourists choose Nepal as their trekking destinations. With time and experience facilities are improving and becoming easier to trek. If you are fond of trekking then Nepal must be in your list at least once as a trekking destination.