Nepal, small in size but invaluably blessed with a great variety of natural and cultural mysteries that have been fascinating thousands of tourists every year and tourists find it as an ultimate destination to spend their holiday blissfully. Most importantly, Nepal is significantly well known as an abode of giant world’s eight highest Himalayas including Mt. Everest, the top of the world, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, Manasalu and Annapurna massive. And the legendary abominable snowman, Yeti and its footprint is believed to be seen in the Himalayas of Nepal especially in Everest region. Most of the trekking regions here in Nepal are occupied by national parks and Conservation area which offer rarest and unique floras and faunas to the visitors. The deep and dense forests, rivers, falls, tranquil lakes, mesmerizing landscapes, hidden valleys, terraced fields and typical Nepali settlements makes your trekking absolutely rewarding.
Trekking in Nepal is not only for the lifetime experience of natural variations and mysteries but also for astonishing culture including occasions, fairs, rituals, rites, festivals and probably the most hospitable and friendly people here in Nepal are wholeheartedly keeps no stone unturned to help the travelers. The age-old civilization, ancient arts and architectures, idols, temples, stupas including Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Pashupatinath, Swoyambhunath, Bouddhanath are some of the exemplary representation of marvelous ancient arts and architecture.
The stunning mountain panorama, diversified flora and fauns, serene and pristine landscapes and valley, dense and deep forest, serpentine rivers, thrilling falls, rugged mountain terrain, tranquil and peace-loving lakes, age-long civilization, cultural variation among ethnic groups are the major highlights of trekking in Nepal.