Exquisite hospitality, stunning mountain landscapes, green valleys, indigenous food cultures, myriad wild-lives, lovely climates and above all the best trekking destinations in the world are the prime expectations of trekking in Nepal.
Whether you are advancing for Everest Base Camp Trek or making journey for Nepal Village Home Stay Tour or just moved on for Kathmandu Tour, your expectations of Nepal Tour will be rewarded by the majestic mountain views, the grandness of cultural heritage sites, the hospitality of friendly people, the diversity of flora and fauna, the unbeatable taste of locally made traditional cuisines and the experience of stunning climate diversity.
The six prime expectations while trekking in Nepal are –
- Mountain views are the greatest expectation of trekkers in Nepal. The grand mountain views depend on where the travelers are trekking. If a trekker is moving for Everest region, he or she will be in one of the most spectacular mountain regions of the world. It is where four of the world’s six tallest peaks Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, and Cho Oyu rise above everything else, crowning the towering ridges that straddle the forbidding Himalayans. Trekking through the Khumbu region offers astounding mountain views, and opportunities to get a glimpse into the life of world famous climbers – Sherpas. In the same way, trekking trails to Annapurna Base Camp pass through waterfalls, villages, farmlands, rhododendron forests, and mountain vistas.
- Valleys are other secret attractions of trekking in Nepal. The magnetic Pokhara, the enchanting Kathmandu and much more other stunning valleys will host the visitors. While traveling through valleys of Nepal, travelers encounter with age-old cultural heritage of Nepal. In making Nepal Heritage Tour in Kathmandu, visitors generally traverse through the UNESCO World Heritage Sites -Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swayambhu, Boudhanath. Temples and architectures built in Pagodas style catch the eyes of travelers too.
- Another prime expectation of trekking in the Himalayas is to intermingle with friendly people of Nepal. Immersing with local people is only possible once a traveler walks around village area. Trekking in the rural parts of Nepal lets the travelers to experience the beautiful mountain vistas and the rich cultural heritage of different Himalayan regions. The trails generally pass through the heart of the farming communities.
- Watching wildlife is the next highly anticipated expectation of visitors in Nepal. Trekkers see plenty of yak and cow above 3000m. Rare mountain goats are often spotted high up on the sides of mountains. Bird watching experience will be tremendous. For instance, Bardia National Park Tour in the western Terai of Nepal offers the largest and least encroached wilderness. The region preserves a wide variety of flora and fauna. The National Park is home of many wild species like tiger, the rhinoceros, wild elephant, swamp deer, black rabbit, the gharial crocodile and Gangetic dolphin.
- Indigenous food culture is a distinct charm of Nepal. Unlike consumer food culture, visitors often surprise when they find themselves in a family milieu in the hilly regions of Nepal. There is plenty of locally prepared fantastic foods are available on all the main trails of Nepal .
- Nepal’s diverse climate really appeals the travelers. November or December to January or February is the cold season. February, March and April offer the second best time of year to go hiking in the Himalayas. The season will be full of blooming rhododendrons and other flowers in the valleys. May and June is warm indeed. June to September is rainy. October and November provide superb alternative chance for trekking in the mountain. This season also offers spectacular mountain views.