Off the Beaten Path Regions
All aspects of Nepal are best explored when trekking to the rural and remote areas of the country. Off-the-beaten-path regions showcase the true authenticity in cultural magnificence along with pristine natural beauty. Although Nepal is geographically small, there are still multiple regions that haven’t been explored properly yet.
The off beaten trek destinations are pretty much far away from the main center of big cities like Pokhara and Kathmandu. Similarly, most of them have been restricted by the government and open up for tourists only during a certain time of the year. The uniqueness about such a trip is the virgin nature, its serene beauty, and tranquil atmosphere. The Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek, Makalu Base Camp Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, Rara Trek, Ruby Valley Trek and Tsum Valley Trek are some of the off-beaten treks in Nepal.
Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal offers the opportunity to experience and witness the cultural and natural sides of the country. Nepal has always been favored by the trekkers. Every year thousands of travelers venture for hikes, treks and peak climbs in Nepal to witness the glorious beauty. The land which extends from 59 meters above sea level to 8,8848 meters in not more than 100 kms has an abundance of trekking trails. The two most popular trekking regions Nepal has are Annapurna and Everest Region, other than that other are the Manaslu, Langtang and the off beaten regions like Kanchenjunga and Dolpa.
The uniqueness and the diversity of the trekking trails make Nepal stand in the top countries favorable for the trek. There are various treks that can be done in Nepal, from extremely challenging to short easy treks. Also, the weather and climate patterns are favorable for trekking in Nepal. The astounding mountain views, cultural diversity, pristine lakes, lush vegetation, and adverse wildlife all add up to the reason to trek in Nepal.
Nepal has an abundant amount of natural beauty, cultural heritages, waterfalls, glaciers, lakes, jungles, rocky trails, and beyond. Every year thousands of visitors visit Nepal for trekking and for other adventures. Nepal has 3 beautiful wildlife reserves, 10 national parks, 6 conservation areas. Visitors also visit to see and learn the history of the rulers, culture of the ancient dynasties, many of which can be found in the museum. Trekkers love to witness various rites and festivals performed by the indigenous people. Some head to the national parks for jungle safaris and get close with nature while others trek to the Everest, Annapurna regions for the spectacular views of the snow-capped mountains.