Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country. Although it is small in its territory, one cannot deny the fact that it has got many scopes for adventure activities. For tourists all over the world, the wilderness and the numerous fun and thrilling activities are the major attractions in this land.
Among all the tourism activities in Nepal such as bungee jumping, river rafting, mountain climbing, paragliding, canoe, etc, trekking is the most popular one. The term trekking can be defined as a long journey undertaken on foot in areas where common means of transport is generally not available. Trekking is most of the times mistaken to be mountaineering, but it isn’t so. It is actually days of walking, with lots of adventures on the way. As the definition proves, Nepal is an ideal destination for trekkers.
Nepal has one of the best places for trekking. The rocky Mountains make the experience even more thrilling and exciting for true enthusiasts. The Himalayan routes of Nepal are famous among trekkers all over the world. The most popular trekking regions in Nepal include Annapurna, Dolpo, Lang tang and Mount Everest. The Annapurna region has been tagged as The worlds best trekking trail. This makes expedition to Nepal even more exciting and attractive.
Along with these high altitude expeditions, there are some other places for easy paced walks available in Nepal too. This gives options to all individuals, whether they want an easy or moderate or rigorous kind of trekking experience. On the whole, there is something for everyone. The beauty of trekking in Nepal is that along with the scrupulous journey up and down the terrain, you get to witness the spectacular lifestyle of the villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups as well as the wildlife. Nepal offers some of the most amazing trekking routes in the world, whether it is in any terrain: the mountains, hills or the Terai. Well, there is a reason why Nepal has been called A Trekkers Paradise; the reason being the above.