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Trekking in Nepal with Himalayan Frozen Adventure

by Himalayan Frozen Adventure Trekking and Tour Adventure

Trekking In Nepal has been a worldwide adventure destination in Himalayan.  Since 1960 Col Jimmy Robert's had done organized the trek and Nepal succeeded in attracting the world by beautiful trekking regions. Trekking in Nepal is made the main activity of tourists in Nepal, where the trekkers enjoy through the short trip, long trip, hiking, Himalayan hike, beautiful Vally and mountains high pass. Nepal has three most famous trekking regions are Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang, where follows natural different trails.

Trekking in Nepal Kanchenjunga in the east to Humla and Darchula in the west is the most challenging trails in Nepal. The wonderful adventure trails and diversity in Himalayan Nepal cannot found, which you cannot find in any other country. Tarai region is a lower point of Nepal, which is 59m altitude above the sea level, and the highest point is Mount Everest (8,848m), this two-point is only 200 kilometers distance. At Kathmandu, Tribhuvan International Airport is an entry point of the visitors, and get a Nepali visa, how many days you want to spend in Nepal. The airport trekkers need citizenship, passport, other documentation and get important route documentation from your booking company.

Trekking in Nepal is totally different than in 1960 and the trekking regions lead through the Conservation Areas and National Parks, the night will be at the lodge, where will be good for accommodations and meals. At the lodges available camera batteries or mobile charge, wifi, and beautiful views from the room windows. Trekking in Nepal will be the difficulty, length, and amazing moment. The trekking begins by remote areas by domestic flight and transport. Read More.


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