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A quick guide to Nepal’s major trekking destinations

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Topographical and climatic diversity within short span of gain and loss in altitude, beautiful landscape, dense forest and rich wildlife, cultural diversity, and eight out of the highest 10 peaks in the world soaring high in the sky are some of the most important reasons that make Nepal as one of the best trekking destinations in the world. As a trekking enthusiast, you might want to know more about several major trekking destinations and their specialties in Nepal. Almost all of the treks can be done during March to May and September to November. October is the busiest month of the year....

Top reasons why you should go Manaslu trekking

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Some of the treks in Nepal are over-popular and over-developed, letting you very little chance to taste the originality and purity of Nepalese culture and lifestyles. Located at the western region of Nepal, Mt. Manaslu (8, 163 m)—the eight highest mountain in the world, is the important figure for which this trek is named. Every trekking enthusiast might have different reasons to trek; some might want to enjoy the wilderness, or the challenging adventure in the unknown land, or some might love to explore the culture and tradition of people living in another part of the world. In such...

So, you have decided for Manaslu Trekking; now what?

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Congratulations! You are half way to the adventurous and remote journey of Manaslu trek rich with staggering mountain vistas, diverse landscapes, dense forests, and cultural uniqueness. You might had few struggles to decide which trekking destination to choose before you decided for Manaslu trekking. Now, comes the important work—deciding ways, time, gears, etc. for the trek. Do not worry, we have attempted to fix these issues down below. How to trek: Solo? Hire a local guide? Or chose a trekking agency? The Government of Nepal has declared some of the regions of the Manaslu region...

5 ways to make your Manaslu Trekking even better

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Often popular as a tea house trek, Manaslu trekking is an alternative to the Everest base camp trek and Annapurna Circuit trek. You do not need to camp, except at Dharmashala in case the place has been fully reserved and you didn't pre-book. Throughout the trek, as the name itself suggests, you shall have several views of Mt. Manaslu—the eight highest mountain peak in the world, from different angles. The trek gathers beautiful experiences of culture, mountain vistas, beauty of nature, and biodiversity. Larkya La Pass with an altitude of 5160 m is the highest point you shall...

Bag packing for Everest Base Camp for beginners: Trekking information and complete guide

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Everest base camp trek is a life time adventure in the Everest region, through several beautiful settlements of Sherpas, forest full with rhododendron, crossing the raging mountain streams and rivers via suspension and wooden bridge, passing by Mani Walls and Chortens, monasteries and prayer wheels, viewing the staggering mountains and ultimately reaching at the lap of the Mount Everest. The view of sunrise from Kalapatthar shall be one of the most phenomenal moments you shall have in this trek. Everest Base Camp trek is a complete blend of adventure, cultural and spiritual experience,...

Everest Panorama trek cost

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The Everest Panorama trek cost includes the cost of porters, trekking permits, and entrance fees, English speaking professional guide, flight to (from) Lukla from (to) Kathmandu, breakfast, lunch, dinner, accommodation during the trek and in Kathmandu. The cost doesn't include the cost or expense incurred for personal items, any kind of personal drinks and beverage, and other expenditure other than costs mentioned in the 'inclusion' list of the package. This trek is the best option if you are short on time but cannot afford to miss the opportunity to pay a close-up view of the...

Everest panorama view trek difficulty

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If you were wondering about the Everest panorama view trek difficulty, you've come at correct place. You will be trekking in relatively low altitude area, which brings less chance of altitude sickness. This trek is best for those who are short in time but do not want to miss the opportunity to trek in the Everest region to view the majestic mountains. You might want to explore the Tengboche Monastery, Sherpa museum at Namche Bazar, visit UNESCO's World Heritage sites at Kathmandu Valley, and dissolve in the culture of Sherpas. As you walk witnessing the Marni Walls and Chortens, and...
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