Different regions of trek

  • Region Annapurna

    This popular trekking region is located between the territories of two beautiful Himalayan rivers: Kaligandaki in side Jomsom and Marshyandi in the side Manang West of the Nepal. The chain of mountains in this part of the Nepal which includes the Annapurna region and Annapurna I, the first of the 8000m peaks.  Also included in this region is an another great peak of 8000m, Dhaulagiri, located west of the Annapurna. Maurice Herzog, a well-known French Mountaineer climbed the Annapurna I for the first time. 
    During the trek in this region, hikers can see spectacular views of several peaks included Dhaulagiri I and Annapurna different types of flora and fauna, ethnic communities, their typical cultures and local agriculture.
    The best season for the trek in this region: September, October, November and March, April, may.
    Short and long hikes are possible in this area: Gorepani Trek, Trek Landruk Ghandruk Trek Jomsom Kali Gandaki Valley Trek Muktinath Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Trek Massif Annapurna circuit, Valley of Nar Phu Trek, Trek Lake Tilicho…

    Region Langtang

    This popular trekking region is located in northern Nepal on the border with Tibet. Its territory is bounded by two beautiful rivers: the Langtang River side Langtang and river Melamchi Helambu’s side. This trekking region is famous for Langtang Helambu Gosaikunda classic treks. Philosophical cultures in this region are: shamanism, Buddhism and Hinduism.
    Each year the Lake’s edge sacred Gosaikunda, there is a shamanic festival (Bonistes). Ethnic majorities are Tamang, Sherpa, Helamu and the Brahmin. The region presents a variety of flora and fauna, local agriculture, as well as monasteries and other Tibetan Buddhist monuments…

    Region Mustang

    This trekking region is located in Western Tibet border Nepal. She is known to the Nepal for its desert side due to lack of rain. The origin of the River Kalaigandaki is the Mustang. We can see in this region the spectacular views over the mountains of the Dhaulagiri, peak Tukuche, Nilgiri peak, peak Tilicho peak Thorong…
    Valley of Lo – Manthang is completely preserved and hidden from the Himalayas to the Nepal.
    Corporations are influenced by Buddhist Tibetan cultures. Trade between Tibet and Mustang has continued until today. The main centres of interest in this region are the ancient Buddhist monasteries, religieus stone walls, with their flags Holy and sacred, ancient monuments, writes Buddhist Tibetan carved on stone, dry wood, protected cave houses dating from the wars between the former khampas (locals from the Mustang) roof stupas and Tibetans.
    The locals from the Mustang are ethnic groups: Gurung, Dalits, Thakali Thakuri and Tibetan. The major local source of income is horses, yaks and sheep farming.
    In addition, there are agriculture dominated crops of potatoes, black wheat, wheat, the sprouts…. There are also in this region a polyandrous marriage system: a woman may be married to 5 husbands.

    Region Manaslu

    This region lies between Annapurna and Ganesh Himal Nepal, in the district of Gorkha, western border with Tibet. Gurkhas (Gurungs ethnic groups) are famous for the military war in the world. King Prithvi Narayan Shah, ancestor of our King Gyanendra reigned at the Palace of Gorkha in the 18th century and unified our Nepal. This is a very popular destination for the camping trek is not tourist and soothing. The inhabitants of local origin in the region are ethnic Gurung, Magar, Tamang, Dalits, braman and Tibetan.
    Interest in this region is: fantastic views on Annapurna, varieties of flora and fauna, its houses typical stone, several ethnic and cultural Buddhists and Hindus and Ganesh Himal in the Manaslu mountain chains. Horses, yaks, sheep and mules are local transport, well hidden in the Valley of Tsum, newly opened in the heart of the Himalayan region of the Manaslu road.

    Region Dolpo

    This trekking region is located in the extreme west of Nepal with Tibet border. Corporations are influenced by two major philosophies: Tibetan Buddhism and Tibetan shamanism. Most popular (Bonisme), shamanism before Buddhism, developed in Tibet. In the region, we can see the monasteries of these two religions practiced principles of Buddhism and shamanism. We see the holy books written with gold ink in ancient times. There are two possible treks: top Dolpo and low Dolpo.

    Region Dhaulagiri

    It is a very difficult region of trek camping in the western part of the Nepal. The Dhaulagiri I more 8000m and other peaks occur in this region: Tukuche peak, peak Dhampus (Thapa peak), Brikuti peak, Butterfly peak…
    The flora and fauna are rich and varied, the landscape is green…
    It is really very attention avalanches, stone waterfalls and glaciers during the passage of the French Pass in this trek. We see beautiful and magnificent views on the chain of included Annapurnas 1 Annapurna over 8000m peak Nilgiri peak Tilicho belle River Kaligandaki Valley and its ethnic Thakali Marpha, Tukuche, Larjung, Kobang Kalopani villages we find ourselves in this walk south Annapurna.
    The famous French Mountaineer Chantal Maudit died with an 8000m Dhaulagiri expedition. She had made to the by before the ascent of Mt. Everest and several other expeditions to the Nepal.

    Region Kanchenjunga and Makalu

    These wild trek camping areas are located in the eastern part of the Nepal. We can see different views of the mountains, Makalu 8000m Baruntse, Kangchenjunga 8000m second highest peak of the Nepal. During the trek, we must walk in the tropical and subtropical jungles where flora and fauna differ, cross the villages of ethnic groups, RAI and Limbu. The region is influenced by RAI and Limbu ethnic majorities who follow religion Kirat and its culture.

    Why the Nepal became a land of the Himalayas?

    There is a total 14 summits worldwide elevation 8000m. Among them 8 vertices are located at the Nepal: the Mt. Everest, the Lhotse, the Choyu, the Makalu, the Kanchenjunga, the Manaslu, Annapurna and the Dhaulagiri. For this reason, the Nepal became the best destination and more exciting for the lovers of adventure in the mountains.

    Why tourists love often travel to the Nepal?

    For the diversity of its nature varies with altitudes ranging from 900 m up to 8848m, its snowy peaks, including 8 vertices to an altitude of 8000m, beautiful lakes and waterfalls ice, its hills regions and of the Terai lowlands, tropical and Subtropical climates, its variety of flora and fauna, its multiple religions, languages, customs, cultures, different ethnic groups, traditions and festivals, its ancient arts, its palaces and monuments, its heritage sites of the world,…

    And then a warm hospitality rooted in our culture Nepalese.

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