Trekking in Nepal
Nepal is a land of geographic contrast, scenic grandeur and cultural diversity. Its landscapes range from tropical plains to stupendous snow heights. The lowland is rich in tropical forest and wildlife. The middle hill is the home of numerous ethnic groups each with distinct language and culture. The northern mountains include eight peaks that exceed 8,000 meters in height including Mount Everest. There is no better way of knowing a country than traveling through it and, in Nepal, this means traveling on foot.
Nepal offers a wide variety of attractions. Foremost, it is the mountain destination whether for experienced climber or simple hiker. The mountain views are superb with enticing landscape. There is also a wide variety of flora and fauna to attract nature lovers, be their interest flower, bird or butterfly. The natural beauty is heightened by the richness of culture. In this land of 19 million people meet two religious traditions, Buddhism and Hinduism. Their peaceful co-existence is best exemplified in Kathmandu valley. In the remote villagers, ancient tribal traditions persist. People everywhere are friendly to outside visitors.
For adventures, there are opportunities for white water rafting. For the more reflective, there are numerous medieval temples and monasteries to explore. Nepal is a tourist destination of unique variety. Trekking has its own uniqueness in adventure tourism of Nepal. Discover and experience for yourself.