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Trekking in Nepal is a journey through the lowlands up to the mountain valleys in the Himalayas. The thrilling journey through the Himalayas can last from a few days up to some months in length through villages, valleys, mountains, lakes, and hills. Nepal is well-known for its treks in the midst of the Mountains since 1960. Colonel Jimmy Robert organized the first commercial trek. The trek is by far the most sought-after sport in Nepal. Certain trekkers go for long treks while others are looking for shorter days of leisurely hiking through the hills.

The two most well-known trekking areas / Nepal trekking regions are Everest and Annapurna which have numerous trails can be walked, while most popular treks are found within the Langtang and Kanchenjunga regions. The most challenging of them all is one of the Great Himalayan Trails, an extensive trail system that runs through Nepal starting from Humla as well as Darchula to the west until Kanchenjunga towards the eastern part of the country. The range of trails in Nepal is unlike any other region in the world. Actually, the most low point of Nepal is 59m above sea level within the Tarai region. The most awe-inspiring point is Everest 8,848 meters above sea level. These two points are just 200 km apart when the crows fly.

The majority of Tourists to Nepal

Are arriving through the Tribuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The airport is the one in Kathmandu that trekkers have to obtain permits and other documents, or from a trekking agency or the relevant offices. These documents will be scrutinized on the way to the trail. For those who have little time to spare there are half-day treks starting from Kathmandu to see stunning Himalayan views. The trekking in Nepal is a completely different experience than it was in the 1960s. In all of the major areas of trekking, National Parks and Conservation Areas lodges have been set up in which trekkers can stay and food, as well as meet other trekkers and other locals along the route. Most of the trails are well-maintained and, in many cases, are marked.

Nepal Trekking lodges

Are nicely appointed and provide battery charging facilities and larger villages usually include email access. The length, difficulty, and the timing of treks can vary significantly and when you leave the main trekking zones transportation becomes more difficult and usually involves at least two trips made via domestic flights. Most trekking in Nepal start by taking a domestic flight to the start point, and a lot are located in remote regions with no access to roads. A number of days of trek is necessary to reach the mountain regions higher than the villages of the administration and population.

Nepal contains six distinct varied vegetation zones that span from Tropical under a 1,000m through Sub-tropical 100m-200m Lower Temperate 1,700m between 2,700 and 2,400 m, Upper Temperate 2400 m to 3,300 m, Sub-alpine 3,300 m to 4,0 m, and Alpine 4,400 m up to the snowline. Above the snowline, it’s Himalaya Tundra, a wilderness like the Himalaya. The higher elevations are the habitat of the rare Snow leopard, Himalayan Thar, Musk deer and other uncommon species. The most well-known Nepal Trekking regions  of Kanchenjunga, Everest, Manaslu & Annapurna can provide accommodation in lodges, lesser-frequented treks in these regions and in the other regions to the west of Annapurna generally require support from a camping type.

Trekking to Nepal

For hikers are accessible anytime of the season. The southern regions of Nepal have higher levels of rainfall. However, some of the routes along the Great Himalaya Trails sit under the shade of the rain. Which is a dry region on the leeward slope of a mountain? These include Mustang northern part of Annapurna and Manaslu, Dolpo to the north of Dhaulagiri and the westernmost region of Nepal towards northern Saipal Himal. After monsoon, the weather is generally clearer. Delivering medicines in this region can be costly and difficult, so it is recommended to purchase medicines at a low cost ahead of time. The winter months are good but it can be colder and shorter days. Spring can affect the region with seasonal rains as well as snowstorms. The summer is brief and quickly followed by monsoons. The treks during monsoons usually take place located in deserted Manang and Mustang areas.

The rains do not come in all day long and they can bring beautiful blooms to life. It’s also the ideal moment to think about some of the areas that are in the shadow of rain, which usually have more stark Tibetan kind of landscape in contrast to the lush greenery on the other sides. It is essential for travelers to be aware that the primary source of income for people living in the hills is tourism. They generally earn money as guides or trekking guides. Employing a porter doesn’t necessarily mean you’re weak or unworthy, it simply means that you are a fan of the Nepali culture. You provide a large Nepali family as their income while trekking simultaneously. You’re making friends and hiking with a local who is familiar with the local customs, festivals and other things. That’s why you will make a good trekking experience into an unforgettable adventure that will last the lifetime.

You can hiking in Nepal, on your own or without the assistance of a Nepali guides, however aren’t sure what to do during a massive storm, with no visibility, and temperatures that plunge to maybe 5,000 metres? You must are in possession of all permits needed and are conscious of your surroundings and culture.

Types of Trekking in Nepal

In terms of the kinds of trekking available in Nepal are tea house treks and camping treks that are based on food and lodging. These are the two primary kinds of trekking offered by package companies. Operators also organize the trek based on the requirements of the client. In Nepal the majority of teahouse treks are well-known due to their ease of run. The types of trekkers are also linked to the destination of the trek. In some places there’s no availability of tea house , therefore you have to camp to trek as in Manaslu region. For the time being, we are required to camp for the trek. In other places, have teahouses accessible for accommodation and food.

Teahouse Trekking

In Nepal, teahouse trekking is most popular. Most popular trekking spots are connected to teahouses along the trails. As we have teahouses in the path towards the Everest Base Camp trek which is the most well-known trek around the globe. Lodges and hotels provide lodging, while teahouses provide accommodation and food. The idea of a teahouse trek is that you’ll get food and accommodation at the same spot while you trek. Quality of the tea houses determined by their location. For instance, when teahouses are situated at in higher altitudes, you may receive lower quality service. In addition, well-known trials like Everest base camp or Annapurna base camp can provide the most luxurious hotels on the route.

Camping Trekking

As compared to Tea house treks in Nepal Camping trekking is not as well-known. Camping treks are possible at any of the trekking locations in Nepal. These kinds of treks can be conducted by an assistant guide, guide, guide and porter, cook and kitchen assistant, as well as camp helper , and cook as an employee of the crew. The crew members are different with the trekkers. We carry food, fuel, trekking equipment, camping equipment, etc. on our treks. Camping trek is the most traditional way of trekking, but with an additional adventure. Food is the main ingredient for the trek is provided by us. We offer fresh and healthy food with less tin food, and instead use plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits as possible.

They are the main two kinds of trekking that are held in Nepal in relation to food and lodging. Additionally, we can classify them into other types by relating aspects. We also, as a trek and tour organizer, we can provide our clients with the following kinds of trekking options in Nepal. Please contact us with any questions regarding treks and tours in Nepal We’ll try our best to offer you the best high-quality services.

Service Trek (GAP)

The Service Trek is an economical method of trekking in the high Himalayas in Nepal. This trek will provide a guide or porter, guide accommodation, and you must pay for meals directly at the hotels the place where you can get food. Our team will coordinate every aspect of the trek.

What are the different types of Trekking?

We generally fall into two kinds of treks that are available in Nepal i.e. tea house treks and camping treks in relation to accommodation and food. Additionally, we can categorize various types based on closely related kinds. For instance, we can classify it into three types on basis of the difficulty level for trekking.

Trekking Grade of Nepal

The treks in Nepal can be classified as various levels depending on the specific features of the route and elevation varies between places. Some treks include higher elevations that require a different level of fitness and the acclimatization process or rest days. The trek in Nepal is possible for anyone of any age If they believe they are fit and have the determination. Anyone suffering from heart or respiratory ailments should consult their doctor. Eco Trek Nepal like to suggest walking in the morning and at night running, jogging, stretching yoga and regular exercise to help everyone to feel relaxed for everyone. It is crucial to choose an adventure that is suitable for your abilities and current health.

Easy or Grade A

Grade A treks are perfect for anyone of any age and the type of trek is a trek that goes up to 3000m and will last for 10 days or less. It is among the most straightforward to do tours, treks and walks within a day will not be over five hours, however it’s contingent on your pace of walking. These types of treks provide ample opportunities to look over the Himalayas as well as experience people from the local cultural traditions.

Moderate or Grade B

moderate or grade B trekking holidays are approximately two weeks of hiking that covers altitudes from 3000m to 5500m below. The majority of these treks requires a good fitness level for physical condition and 6 to 7 hours of hiking experience. This kind of hike includes a mix of a longer trails and shorter ones. These are often rough, steep , and include many ‘ups’ as well as ‘downs as well as exposure.

Strenuous or Grade C

Grade C treks include a climb of 5000m or a few meters above the level of trails with the possibility of side trips to higher altitudes. The trek is considered to be tougher, so training for fitness and good health are vital. But, you need to be physically fit to take on this type of trek. If you suffer from asthma or high blood pressure heart disease or any other complicated medical issues that affect trekkers are not advised.

Very Strenuous or Grade D

Very strenuous trekking is best defined as Alpine and the most strenuous which requires mountaineering expertise as well as knowledge. The altitudes vary between 4000m and 6000m. In average you will walk about 7 hours of per day. It covers extremely remote regions that traverse passes that are covered in snow at an altitude of up to 6000m. It is possible to use make use of crampons and axes to traverse the pass in case of an accumulation of snow.

Challenging or Grade E

The challenge Trekking level is restricted to those who have a superior degree of personal experience, physical fitness with a great sense of humor and tolerance levels. It’s an extremely challenging trek that is captivating and operate to a high altitudes of 6000m. It is one of the most thrilling things to see these animals. This type of trek will require between 16 and 28 days to trek on higher elevations. During your trek, you might need to cross snow-covered passes in remote areas or climb as high as 6000 meters in the altitude.

We do want to warn those who are planning to trek that the level of difficulty a trek is a subjective matter. The weather conditions as well as your physical state, any health concerns that may arise in the course of the trek and other aspects can all affect how you experience the journey.

Best Time for Trekking in Nepal

Namche Bazaar in Everest Nepal Trekking Season generally known best as two seasons that follow falls and following the winter. The month that follows is mid September through mid December Consider to be the Best time to trek in the Himalayas. The months that fall during this time are pleasant weather conditions, that is not too cold or hot and the mountain’s view is unobstructed. There’s a second best time to trek in Nepal following winter. When the sun is increasing in temperature in the spring, trekkers to the Himalayas be able to enjoy a comfortable climate. In the spring time in Nepal numerous kinds of flowers bloom on as ground and trees. It will also be best season to climb mountains for an treks.

Autumn (September-November)

The autumnal season is thought of as the best season to trek for treks in Nepal. September, October, November and September the best months to trek in Nepal. This season provides stunning weather and breathtaking mountain views. The temperature is mild, which makes it an good time to go on any trek. The sky is usually clear with stunning views. Sometimes, brief storms could bring significant snowfall at higher altitudes.

Winter (December-February)

The days tend to be clear during winter in Nepal. The months of December, January and February are winter months that are cold in the mountains. The winter season in Nepal is typically snowfall at higher elevations. This is accompanied by risks of wind and colder temperatures. This is why it is ideal to trek in lower elevations. If you’re seeking stunning and beautiful views This is a perfect opportunity to hike at lower elevations.

Spring (March-May)

The spring season of Nepal is also regarded as the best time for treks and mountain climbing. The season has many kinds of wild flowers blooming of the massive rhododendrons over 3000m. It is also a hunting paradise during this time, which makes hiking at higher altitudes more pleasant and enjoyable. It’s mildly hot at lower elevations, and very moderate at an elevations above 4000m. This offers spectacular and stunning mountain views. March April, May and March are autumn in the trek season in Nepal

Summer (June-August)

The June, July and August are the main rainy seasons in Nepal and are characterized by monsoons and frequent rains that make trek conditions unfavorable.This season is the best time to go Trekking and tours to Tibet but in certain Trekking zones of Nepal that connect to Tibet and the desert regions of Nepal such as Mustang the Nar-Phu valley, Dolpo regions . These are the best time to go on treks, which are an ideal option for summer treks to trek in the rain shadow of the Himalayas region.

What is the best time for trekking in Nepal?

March to May in Spring & September to mid December are the best time for trekking in Nepal. We’ve selected the most appropriate month for our fixed-date departures. Based on our experience of running these trips through the many years. We’ve written an article on our blog, What is the ideal time to trek to Nepal Himalaya? and this will aid you in deciding the ideal moment to travel.

Based on the data of trekkers visited Nepal. The most popular season for trekking in Nepal is in the autumn which saw 69,199 trekking. Then comes the spring time season which has 60,270 trekkers. The winter months are the most quiet with only 20,543 trekkers during the months of December through February.

The busiest month during the spring period is the month of April. But both the months of November and October during the autumn season attract more trekkers than April.

Deciding on the most suitable time for your trip is based on the location, altitude and the difficulty. Some, like Upper Dolpo to Jomsom GHT can only be done during May and June. The snowfalls of winter stop the passages until the beginning of summer. The ideal time for Makalu up to Everest GHT is during the spring season between the months of April and May. We do not organize this trek in the autumn season because it’s too cold and has the possibility of having obstructions by snow.

One of our top suggestions is to think about a hike in December, during December, which is Winter season. It’s impossible to trek in certain places since it’s too cold. It is however the ideal time to go hiking to areas such as Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp. In December it is typically bright and sunny, with a high-pressure weather system that is settling across the Himalayas.

We don’t recommend hiking in the monsoon time. In August and July it is a time of heavy rain that could cause landslides as well as rockfalls. It’s a painful experience to be soaked on the majority of days, and to have just cloudy skies with no mountain views.

Equipment for Trekking in Nepal

Equipment List


  • Sun Hat
  • Fleece/Wool hat (to cover ears)
  • Sunglasses & reading glasses
  • Scarf to cover face (dust/wind)

Lower Body:

  • Under garments
  • Hiking shorts
  • Lightweight walking pants
  • Light weight thermal leggings
  • Fleece or tracksuit pants
  • Waterproof shell pants


  • 3x thin cotton inner soaks
  • 3x thick warm wool hiking socks
  • Hiking boots (with spare laces)
  • Walking sneakers
  • Scandals
  • Walking poles

Upper Body:

  • 3x T-shirts
  • 2x lightweight thermal tops
  • 2x Merino/Fleece long shelve tops
  • Waterproof shell jacket
  • Down vest/jacket*
  • Poncho rain cover


  • Lightweight fleece gloves
  • Heavyweight gloves
  • Or waterproof/wind fleece gloves
  • Playing card
  • Trail map & guide book


  • 1 Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping-bag liner
  • Pillow slip/case

Medical Kit:

  • See your Doctor for compete medical kit
  • Including Dimox


  • Headlamp & spare batteries
  • Hand touch & spare batteries
  • Dry packs
  • Open neck water bottles x2
  • Watch with light & alarm
  • Pack no heavier than 15kg fully packed
  • Pack cover
  • Day pack 33litre with waist strap
  • Money belt

Toiletries & Personal Hygiene

  • 1x quick dry towel & face cloth
  • Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Toothbrush & paste (biodegradable)
  • Multipurpose wipes (face & body)
  • Deodorant
  • Face & Body moisturizer
  • Nail clippers/file
  • Small comb/brush
  • Small mirror
  • Clothes washing soap (biodegradable)
  • Toilet paper (you can buy more on trek)
  • Anti-Bacterial wipes (4x packs)
  • Hand sanitizer (small bottle)
  • Sun block face/body high UV protection
  • Lip block with UV protection
  • Feminine hygiene products

 Extra Items:

  • Camera & extra batteries
  • Binoculars
  • Reading books
  • Journal & pen
  • Photo’s of home/family
  • Energy/protein bars (optional)
  • Walkman & Steripen

Popular Trekking Area in Nepal

The best trekking routes in Nepal can be a complete bucket list of incredible destinations, but you must reduce your expectations, not in terms of the breathtaking landscapes you’ll see and explore, but of the length of time it will take to reach them. The nation’s best trekking routes are arranged along an east-west line through the northern region of Nepal’s Himalayan belt butin Nepal it’s roads in poor condition and are slow and being two hours late is considered to be on time. You’ll require a sturdy trekking boot, lots of perseverance and the conviction that conquering any trekking route you’d like to take in Nepal is longer than one trip.

Trekking in Everest Area

Amadablam View from Syangboche

Mount Everest, (8,848m) the highest peak on Earth has a magnetic pull on mountaineers, trekkers and adventurers in armchairs too. The most popular trekking trails within Mount Everest can be busy and over-commercialized, however for sheer awe , nothing can compare to the trails that wind through Khumbu region around Everest.

While the focus of these treks is usually on Everest however, the other giants such as Lhotse (8,501m), Nuptse (7,861m), Lobouche West (6,145m) and many others tend to be more stunning and inspiring.

It is believed that the Everest region has been the most sought-after region for trekking in Nepal. The trails are well-established and the lodges are excellent (there are an increasing number of luxurious lodges to stay) The variety of meals is amazing and the organization and details is as good as you can get.

Without the need for complicated permits and — unless you want to do something totally offbeat and you don’t need any type of camping gear This is truly the kind of trekking that is independent the way to go at your best. But most trails will are a climb (well over 5500m) and the possibility of experiencing acute mountain sickness on many trails is very real. Don’t be rushed to take any of these routes make sure you have enough rest days and make time to relax and enjoy this beautiful place.

Some popular trekking routes are Everest Base Camp trek, Gokyo Valley Trek, Three High passes trek.

Annapurna Region Trekking

The famous Annapurna region is one of the most varied and well-known trekking region in Nepal. From the entire three-week Annapurna Circuit, which stretches across the historic Mustang region, to the tiniest three-day treks, there’s an adventure that is suitable for all.

The name of the region suggests that the central point of this area of Nepal is the mountain range which include Annapurna I which is one of the first 8,000-meter summits to be scaled. In the region is another giant at 8,000 metres, Dhaulagiri, which is located to the west to Annapurna I.

Within these two mountain ranges is the Kali-Gandaki Valley River, which is the deepest gorge anywhere in the world. Travelers will encounter the interesting Thakali people living in the region. They are renowned for being good at business, and their food is well-loved by tourists as well as the Nepali population in general.

The views of lush, fertile farms and natural forests that are unaffected, the snow-capped mountains, and connections with a mix of many ethnic groups, all create a unique variety of experiences which create an Annapurna trekking one of the more enjoyable treks in all of Nepal.

The Annapurna chain of mountains is in the inland region, which causes a huge region including Manang as well as Mustang to fall within the rain shadow. the best time for trekking is during monsoon, as there is no rain and temperatures are mild in these regions.

The areas are significantly less dry than the slopes to the south that make up the mountain. This creates an unforgiving landscape that appears like a desert and is very different from areas further down with green fields and fertile farms.

Langtang Region Trekking

The trek to Langtang If you are looking for an easy and short trek that has every thrill of Himalayas. This is where the trail isn’t as crowded and the hike more rewarding.

It is among the most accessible trek areas close to and in Kathmandu Valley with short day treks and week-long excursions to the Lake District. It is a great place to go if are limited on time but still want to explore through the Himalayas and discover the amazing traditions of the Tamangs natives.

The area was hit by the quake in April of this year. Reconstruction and reconstruction efforts in progress, the region is now open for treks, and the locals are also welcoming tourists.

Langtang includes more than 70 glaciers of different dimensions, including which form the Langtang as well as the Ganesh Himal mountain ranges, as well as high-altitude lakes such as Gosainkunda, Parvatikunda, Bhairavkunda and Dudhkunda.

The inhabitants of this region are predominantly from Tamang and Tibetan origin, and their culture dates back centuries. The design, craftsmanship traditional stone homes, and the beautiful constructed wooden porches show their deep Himalayan tradition.

Partly protected Partly protected Langtang National Park, visit to the park offers Himalayan nature experiences and understanding of the life and traditions of the Tamangs , who are majority residents of the region.

It is located about 30 kilometers to North of Kathmandu close to Langtang, the Tibetan frontier, Langtang, and extending to the east and west, it is bordered to its north side by the principal mountain range of the Himalayas which is which is dominated by Langtang Lirung (7,245 m) the highest point in the region.

To the south is to the south is Chimse Danda (ridge), connected by the Ganja La pass (5,122 m) as well as Jugal Himal, culminating in Dorje Lakpa (6,989 m). Glaciers that are born from those slopes Dorje Lakpa, Langtang Lirung and other peaks feed into the Langtang Khola (river).

Its Langtang River passes through the smooth, high Langtang Valley before emptying in an uncontrollable torrent into Bhote Kosi River, which flows through the long narrow defile near the western end of the valley.

While the main streams that flow through Nepal are flowing south out of Tibet traversing the Himalayan chain The Langtang Khola is a significant tributary of Trisuli Ganga, flows east from west, cutting in a sense, across the country’s grain.

The Trisuli or Bhote Kosi, as it is referred to above Dhunche It is an important trade route and corridor through the mountains, connecting Langtang Himal and the Ganesh as well as the Langtang Himal, to Kerung in Tibet.

The people from this valley Langtang Valley are thought to be the descendants from Tibetans of Kerung who mingled with the Tamangs of Helambu region.

They’re mostly herders of yaks and sheep however they also grow some tough vegetables and grains. The everyday life of villager includes the raising of livestock, farming, and trading in Kerung the Tibetans in Tibet. Maize, wheat millet, soyabean and millet are their primary food sources.

Tourist facilities are accessible within Dhunche in Dhunche and Syabru. Accommodation facilities that are well-established are available in Langtang route as well as Gosainkunda route. Professionally trained guides and porters are also at the village.

Manaslu Area Trekking

Manaslu Circuit TrekkingA stunning trekking circuit, this trek lets the trekkers to circle around Mt. Manaslu which is the eighth highest mountain. Explore the lesser-traveled routes through the rural Nepal with breathtaking views that should be enjoyed in the full splendor. With only a few tourists encountered on the trail, this area is a different one unlike treks in Everest as well as Annapurna regions that attract the highest number of trekkers.

Manaslu (8,152m) provides an opportunity to have the peace of absolute peace free of the distractions of our modern-day world.

The trek along an old route, where you can experience the authentic Nepali hospitality and culture, offers stunning panoramic views Manaslu as well as other Himalayan summits that always appear in the background. It is a chance to experience old-fashioned cultures as well as the medieval life style of the locals while you hike up to the north, towards the mountains.

Protected from commercialization and modernization The local culture has not changed throughout the centuries, thereby conserving their pristine. Therefore, your trip to Manaslu will be like travel through time. Going back to the past. The trail offers tea houses on the route for a overnight stop, however one can opt for camping and sleeping beneath the moonlight.

Internet access is available and mobiles and other electronic devices can be charged at tea houses on the trail. The trail is the perfect photo-op so you’ll be able to take something back to your home to reflect on. All you require is a camera that is good.

Manaslu shares a significant portion of its history and culture with its neighbors, Tibet. Buddhism is the most important religion in Manaslu, as shown in the Buddhist monasteries along with the architecture and the traditions throughout.

The area that was open to tourists from outside in 1991 is part of the zone of restricted travel. Tourists require a Trekking Permit from the Department of Immigration along with their TIMS card to be able to enter the area.

Trekking in Dolpo Region

A trek through the distant region known as Dolpo is a journey through beautiful hidden valleys, old shrines like Shey Gompa. Enjoying stunning views of the pure water in Phoksundo Lake, encountering yak caravans that travel across high Himalayan passes, and mountain dwellers who reside in the most awe-inspiring settlements on Earth like the Dho Tarap valley. Dolpo is truly out of the world.

Dolpo’s stunning natural beauty was beautifully captured by Dolpo’s stunning natural beauty was beautifully captured in Oscar Nominated film”Caravan”. Walking through the Himalayan area is the ultimate journey.

Dolpo is enclosed in the Dhaulagiri range to the east and south, Mt. Sisne as well as Kanjiroba to the west, and the Tibetan plataeu in the north. The glistening turquoise water of Lake Phoksundo always captivate tourists which makes it one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dolpo.

Settlements are typically situated at incredible elevations of 3,660m to 4,070 m . The residents are religious Buddhists who have traded with Tibet for many centuries. The Gompas number 130 (Buddhist temples) in Dolpo that speak volumes about the devotion to their religion.

One of the most memorable moments on the trek is to see the sights of yak caravans with long lengths that still endure huge hardships dealing with the cold, harsh terrain. They also have to cross high mountains, and carrying items for bartering to the opposite part of the Himalayas.

In close contact with Tibet the Tibetans speak Tibetan and look Tibetan and keep their Tibetan traditions and customs that are celebrated through religious rituals in their monasteries, where Tibetan Buddhism is prevalent.

There is nothing new regarding the ways of living of the hardy folk who adhere to the traditions and customs of their forefathers who migrated to Tibet long ago. This trek offers the chance to meet the humble people who are living in harsh circumstances just to make ends meet.

People first allowed to visit the Dolpo area was from 1989. These mountain valleys were left inaccessible and undiscovered by tourists. The difficult terrain has kept them out of sight and the rocky terrain; people living in the region have preserved their traditions and lead an unspoiled life, free of the trappings of modernity.

Dolpo is among the Restricted Areas of Nepal so trekkers must have the Trekking Permit issued by the Department of Immigration in addition to the TIMS card to travel through this area. It is essential that trekkers are physically fit to be able to endure the long and strenuous sections along the route.

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