A trekkers’ paradise, “Great Himalaya Trail”, a trek takes place in Nepal. Nepal has golden temples, crafts and is rich in culture. It also has charming hill villages and is famous for wildlife safari and becomes one of the world’s great travel destinations.
Nepal is home to adventure journey, especially on its Himalaya trail in Humla, Darchula, and Kanchenjunga. There are various kinds of trekking trails which you cannot find in another country. The lowest point in Nepal is 59 m above the mean sea-level in the Terai region, while the highest point is Everest 8848 m.
Visitors need to travel to Kathmandu at first via Tribhuvan International Airport. Trekkers need the permit and other documents issued by trekking agencies and government offices. These document will be checked in the trekking routes.
Trekking in Nepal is completely different than that of the 1960s. Now in all the trekking regions of Nepal, you can find accommodation, food and meet trekkers. Some lodges have facilities for charging batteries, and some villages even have the Internet. Trekkers love mostly Everest, Langtang, and Annapurna regions.
Nepal has six distinct and diverse vegetation zones ranging from tropical below a 1000 m. through sub-tropical 100m-200m, lower temperate 17,00m-2700m, upper-temperature 2400m-3000m, subalpine 3000m-4000m and alpine 4000 m to the snow-line above the snow-line.
The main income of the people, living in a mountainous region is tourism. The people also work as porters, trekking guides, and climbing guides.
Tourism is one of the main revenues of Nepal. A place where you can find the climate and culture diversity. It’s also a great opportunity to be familiar with the local people and discovering the Nepalese culture and righteousness.
On April 2015, Nepal was hit by the mega earthquake. It took the lives of people and destroyed the valuable infrastructure of Nepal. Through your trip, you can make a small contribution. Nepal is now safe to travel.