Where to go for trekking in Nepal?

Trekking is a forethought as a blood flowing activity and when you get to trek at a place which is lavish in landscapes, valleys and mountains, it sorts of adds honorarium to the trekker.  This can be considered as one of the reasons why a lot of trekkers have added Nepal in their top-notch list of places to trek. If you are one of those adventurous trekkers planning for a trek and have not added Nepal in your trekking list till now; then, this article will tell you why you should go for trekking in Nepal. Well, it's not just the love for snow but also the panoramic views of valleys, provoking terrains and the love for the Himalayas – The great Mt. Everest. 
Since Nepal has ample amount of places you can trek, it is without a doubt hard to pick that one trek that gets you head over heels. Moreover, you must keep guidelines in mind as well while picking the best trek. While you will be picking the apt trek you must adhere to the following parameters:
 Difficulty level – Difficult, moderate or easy
 Elevation
 Number of days required
 Best time to visit
 Any required and restricted permit
The above-mentioned parameters will guide you to pick a place as per your requirements and eventually, you may pick the places for your next trekking in Nepal. Let us now divert our mind towards the awaited question i.e. what treks are available? Well, there are 30+ treks but we have shortlisted some for your perusal.
1) Everest base camp trek: No one would miss a closer look at the world’s highest mountain – the great Mount Everest; hence, Everest base camp trek is the option where you get to experience the adventures of trekking. With its moderate to difficult level, the maximum elevation you can reach is 5,600 meters; all you need for this trek is 10-12 days with no restricted permits but you will need a TIMS (Trekkers Information Management System) card. Favourable seasons you can choose for this trek are March to May and September to November
2) Langtang valley trek: For one of the best scenic views of the mountains and handsome glaciers at a comparatively low altitude, you must trek in Langtang valley. With its diversity of vegetation and fauna, it also offers disclosure to the Tamang culture. The elevation for this trek is 4,984 meter and therefore, is moderate in difficulty level and requires 8-10 days only. There is no restricted permit but TIMS is mandatory. The favourable seasons for the trek is same as that of the above
3) Upper Mustang: This place was influenced by geographical factors and therefore, wasn’t exposed for trekking till 1992. It was ambiguous and that’s why has been able to endow its centuries-old culture and landscapes. Mustang is semi-arid dessert with steep sides, rock wall shelves with peaks covered in snow. If you want to discover Tibetan culture and centuries-old appealing landscapes then, this trek is a must. The maximum elevation is 3, 810 meter with moderate to difficult level. The required number of days is 14 with the best time to explore remains March to May and October to November. Yes, a restricted permit is there; you need ACAP (Annapurna Conservation Area Project) and RAP (Restricted Area Permit)
4) Gokyo Ri Trek: Gokyo Ri trek is a pathway to the most enticing valley of Khumbu i.e. Gokyo valley. This place draws attention to the alluring view of the five emerald lakes together in the valley. The maximum elevation is 5,357 meter with a moderate difficulty level. You require 10-12 days either in the season of March to May or October to November with no restricted permit but mandatory TIMS.
5) Annapurna base camp trek: If you have planned for a trek in Nepal and have not included Annapurna range you are clearly missing the touch of soul in Nepal. Annapurna base camp trekking in Nepal is the most ionized trek that has the power to leave every trekker under its spell each time. The Annapurna range offers you the breath-taking views of the Annapurna massif and Machapuchare till Sinuwa. The Annapurna range offers 7000-8000 meter trek with duration of 10-12 days in moderate level. No restricted permit but ACA and TIMS remains mandatory
The above mentioned are few suggestions to guide you through trekking in Nepal for further information you may get in touch with us.  

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