Trekking in the Himalayas
Trekking in Nepal Himalayas an experience of a lifetime for most. Whether it the famous Everest and Annapurna Regions, or the forbidden kingdom of Mustang, or less traversed Phoksundo and Rara National parks, the sheer size and breathtaking beauty of the Himalayas, and the physical challenge and satisfaction of trekking the Himalayas offers an experience that cannot be duplicated. It is highly advisable to prepare yourself physically if you plan on an extended trekking venture in Nepal.
Tours and Sightseeing in Nepal
An early morning mountain flight to view the highest mountain peaks, a late morning trip to visit one of the holiest sites in Hinduism – Pashupatinath temple, an afternoon visiting ancient palaces scattered across the Kathmandu Valley, a night at a luxurious resort with magnificent views of the Himalayas, as well as day treks into the Himalayan hills, and touring active Buddhist monasteries overlooking the Kathmandu Valley, are just some of the treasures afforded a visitor to Nepal. In addition Nepal offers many spiritually uplifting experiences for the Buddhist and Hindu inclined. Whatever your interest may be and however you would like to experience it, your Nepal trip is likely to be one to always remember.
A trip to Nepal also allows a visitor to engage many other activities. From rafting in some of the fastest flowing rivers anywhere, paragliding over the famous Phewa Tal (“Lake Phewa”), bungy jumping off a bridge over the Bhote Kosi River, visiting Chitwan National Park to take a elephant ride into the protected habitat of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the One Horn Rhino, are just some of the activities that tourists can engage in.
Nepal is worth a visit!