Nepal trekking and climbing is an adventurous way to reach top of the Himalayan, with the varied landscape from place to place with difference in height from sea level. We have lots of possibilities of tourism in Nepal and the most common tourism products are mountains, hills, trekking routes, rivers and many other gifts from the nature. Nepal trekking and climbing are mostly done on the Himalayan region of Nepal where we have 10 highest mountains of the world including Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt. Lhoste, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna and many other peaks. All these highest mountains are famous for the trekking from where panoramas are seen within a distance, along with the experience of mountain life. Nepal trekking along with climbing needs special permit by the government of Nepal.
Nepal trekking is an activity where the people hike for more than one day also carrying the necessary equipment needed at the destination. In other words, trekking is the long form of hiking, so Nepal has lots of potential for trekking. Trekking refers to walking as a king in the trekking trails, as trek refers to walk or cover a distance. The most common types of trekking done in Nepal are Tea house trek and Camping trek. Nepal has so many places where the road transport facility is not available and the government also has designed and developed many trekking trails around Nepal. Some famous trekking routes in Nepal are Annapurna trekking routes, Everest Trekking routes, Langtang valley, Annapurna circuit treks, Everest Base camp trek, Manaslu trek, Ghorepani poonhill treks and many more around the Himalaya of Nepal.
Besides trekking, Peak climbing is another prime attraction for many trekkers from around the world. Peak Climbing generally refers to the activity of walking long distances on foot as touching the Himalayas and experiencing the atmosphere there above 5500m and below 7000m in Nepal. Peak climbing is a challenging activity in a mountain or hill peak that has to be ascended through climbing. There are around 1,310 trekking peaks for climbing in Nepal ranging from 5,500 to 7,000 m. Some of the most selected Nepal Climbing peaks are Everest base camp and Island Peak climbing, and some others are: Yala Peak climbing, Pisang peak climbing, Mera Peak climbing and so on. The best seasons for trekking and climbing in Nepal are spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). However, trekking and climbing in Nepal is possible at any time of the whole year depending on where trekkers wish. Trekking and climbing in Nepal doesn’t require previous experience to climb however; trekkers must be physically and mentally prepared as well as strong for these adventurous expeditions. We highly recommended trekkers have knowledge of high altitude sickness, the knowledge of trails and challenging climates passing through the high altitudes in the Himalayas of Nepal.
Life Himalaya Trekking Pvt. Ltd specializes in operating the finest and best Nepal Himalaya climbing packages or trekking packages in Nepal. We run both popular and unique trekking destinations for trekking and climbing routes of Nepal under the supervision of our professional guides and staff providing quality service with customer satisfaction. We would like to welcome all the trekkers of world to have an experience on Nepal climbing and trekking with the giant mountains and beautiful scenery. We provide all the personal and group climbing gear and tents required for the trekking for Himalaya Climbing Nepal trip ensuring safety, long-lasting and valuable memories, memorable moments and total wilderness experience trips so that you will always remember the name of life Himalaya Trekking throughout your life. Find below a list of Nepal trekking and climbing packages designed to suit as per your interests, time frame, desire and budget of holiday duration in Nepal.