Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal is slowly but surely changing. Back in 1950s, when Everest was first opened to the foreigners, the tourism industry was not as well developed as it is these days. Where rugged trekking was the popular option for Nepal trekking in those days, the tourism industry has greatly evolved so that you can find many luxurious lodges and hotels for accommodation these days. Some of these regions offer homestay trekking service which allows you to get firsthand experience of local culture and take the taste of local dishes. New roads are being constructed in popular trekking regions like Annapurna which is making wilderness of these regions more and more accessible. Hence you can choose both tea house trekking and camping trek mode to explore the area. Apart from altitude, trek in Nepal offers not many challenges.
Best Season for trek
Spring (March-May) and Autumn (Sept-Dec) are best season for trekking in Nepal. Since Nepal has diverse geography, trekking is possible throughout the year.
What to Expect
The first thing that comes in the mind of trekking enthusiasts while envisioning trekking in Nepal is the stunning views of Himalayan panorama. Being a multi-ethnic nation, great cultural variations can be seen in this country. Thus, you can choose from different holiday packages that combine pleasant walking through moderately strenuous route into the heart of cultural and spiritual abode. Walk through its pristine jungle and rocky outcrops.
Choosing Ghumnajau for Nepal Trekking
Ghumnajau is a leading tour company with professionals across the Nepal and organizes memorable holiday adventure to experience beauty of magnificent Himalaya. Contact us with your interest and our expert travel planners would be more than happy to offer you with travel itinerary meticulously prepared just for you. We are known for our reliability, caring, safety and warm hospitality. Our expert team of staffs will make sure that you have a best and safe experience of trekking in Nepal. We have no hidden fee. Come and choose the trekking route that you prefer from popular regions to off the beaten trail.