“The following are the best five places for Trekking The Adventure Places in Nepal”

Nepal is like that best friend of yours who you can spend a year without speaking to, but when you turn up at their doorstep, it feels that no single second ever passed between the two of you. There is always a surprise in store, and you can rely on their advice and emotional support. You can also pull up a surprise road trip and enjoy a moment of fun and bliss, catching up on your childhood stories and poking fun at life, in a way that intrigues and exhilarates; excites and sensationalizes. There is no question about the loyalty and the truthfulness of this friend.

Imagine your feet dug into the Himalayas, with the turquoise snow playing hysterical sensations and your eyes caught up in waves and waves of mountains. Or trekking between mountains that sandwich you in a way that makes you shiver with excitement, because, apart from the small circuit that leads you around the mountain, there is nothing else you can see. The mountains stand around you, watching you take on the meanders and turns, handing you over to the next mountain, and the next, growing from intensity to intensity until you feel like erecting a home in a cave in those pristine mountains.

Trekking in Nepal is the ultimate exquisite escapade, from the hustles and bustles of city life to a place where electric lights will seem like a distant future. The only thing you will need is a real camera, and, a friend because the fun and experience cannot be left to be enjoyed by one person. The treks peak at the downhill treks, watching the spectacular pieces of creation with delicate ecstasy and enjoying the steep slopes that take you down the virgin lands, sometimes feeling the pleasure of the possibility that you are the first person to step on some spots.
The following are the best five places to take a trek for adventure in Nepal. The promise of this list is; bliss.

Annapurna Circuit Trek

Nar Phu Annapurna Circuit

The hullabaloo you hear about the Annapurna Circuit, and the great stories that people report on social media and travel sites do not really capture the real experience of fourteen days on constant adventure and pleasure. The trek takes from Kathmandu around the mountains, through Pokhara to Annapurna and back to Kathmandu through Syanje. The trek designed for six to seven hours of walking every day, through the mountain villages to the rhododendron forests and isolated hamlets. You will feel the anxiety of walking at peaks of 14,600 ft in Yakkharka and Phedi on your ninth day, presenting a perfect climax for a trek that follows the natural mountain trails where you will be able to see the sea of mountains as they compete to outsmart each other in the expansive horizons braced with snowy mountain tops and hanging cloud lines that make you feel safe and secure, as if mother nature is looking after you. There will be excited at the points where you meet the rural families; people engrossed in the mountain environs that they have no idea cities like New York exist. Annapurna circuit will make you see life as it should be, without the disruptions of modernity.

Manaslu Circuit Trekking

Manaslu Trek

If you are a fan of challenge and exclusivity, then the Manaslu Circuit trekking is the appropriate choice for you. This one is a little bit more difficult, requiring great physical abilities and resilience through the nineteen-day trek that starts from Kathmandu to Arughat, where the real journey begins. The trek is regulated, and it is only for more than two trekkers with a local guide because of the altitude and challenges. The regulation of the number of people allowed to embark on the trek makes the trail to be less trodden, compared to other treks in the region. The peak of this trek is 8163 meters, the eighth highest point in the world that gives you an intriguing adventure to glacier lakes and heart-racing views because it towers most of the mountains in the Himalayas. In the course of the trek, tourists will come across indigenous communities, pristine mountain vegetation and biodiversity that closes the gap between humankind and nature.

Upper Dolpo Trek

Find your adventure in one of the most beautiful treks in Nepal

We all read about Tibet and its relations with China. Many documentaries have captured the Tibetan lifestyle in a way that makes you feel the desire to taste the cultural richness of the Tibet villages. The Upper Dolpo trek gives you the opportunity to meet and greet wine and dine with people in the Tibetan villages, getting a taste of their culture and uniqueness untouched by modernity. The trek is also challenging, with long climbs and long descents, making you feel like you are riding on a bumpy road, only that the bumps take too long. The maximum of 5350 meters height will enable you to see spectacular landscapes and stunning mountain views.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trekking

Poonhill view point

Trekking is not always about the challenge and proof of physical might. The Ghorepani Poon Hill is an easy five-day trek that takes one around the farmlands and the beautiful rhododendron forest and hospitable Gurung Villages. It allows one to have a taste of the beauty and cultural uniqueness of the Annapurna within a very short period of time, experiencing the beautiful flowery mountain slopes and Spectacular Mountain tops spread all over Nepal. There are no restrictions on this trek.

Everest Base Camp Trek

Way to Everest Base Camp
Way to EBC

The Everest Base Camp is one of the most famous trekking sites in Nepal, mostly for its exciting tours down the steep slopes and the passage through the most beautiful places in the world Everest terraces. It exposes one to the beautiful cultures of the Sherpa people and the beautiful Buddhist monasteries that combine exquisite and elaborate views of Nepal. For people looking to associate themselves with Mt Everest, this is one of the best beautiful places in the world, and it only takes twelve days. Some permits will be required, and the trek is usually considered to be medium, meaning that it does not require extraordinary physique.

There are still many places in Nepal where you can trek. The above mentioned are the most popular places where you will enjoy Trekking The Adventure Places in Nepal.

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Rajendra Khanal (Raj)

Born and raised in Gorkha, Nepal, I am proud to call the Manaslu region my home! I have been in the travel business for over a decade from being assistance guide, leader, to being a manager. And finally today I am the founder of NEST Adventure. So you could say I know my way well enough in the Himalayas, especially in some of the off-the-beaten-trails in Nepal like Manaslu, Kanchenjunga and Mustang!

I am passionate about travelling and I strongly believe that seeing the world shouldn't break the bank (at least not too much!). I have backpacked to over 15 countries in Asia, Central America, USA, Canada, one-third of Europe, the Caribbean Islands, and Latin America.

I studied in the UK and moved to the United States. During that period, I had the opportunity of working with multinational companies which taught me how to deliver quality customer service in the business. As a world travelling backpacker myself, and travel expert for the Nepalese Himalayas, I started writing about my own country. Which I would love to share with you. In case you required free information about Nepal or join a group with our existing departure, (particularly If you are a solo hiker for the restricted area) please do not hesitate to visit my office in Thamel. We are located in the centre of Kathmandu called Thamel. I am happy to share a cup of Nepali tea and free information.

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