Think from different angles; you will always find Nepal on your bucket list. All the tourism trekking packages come within your budget because the value of the dollar is more than the Nepali currency. No part of the world has beautiful mountains like Nepal, although the Himalayan Region has extended up to Iran. Nepal has the world’s highest mountains, and most of them are above 8000 m. These mountains cannot hide from your eyes as you trek from one point to another. Besides this, it is the cheapest tourist destination in the world in terms of food and accommodation.
There are so many trekking agencies in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, and they are at your service 24/7 to meet your expectations. Among these, Travel Max Guide has been satisfying its clients.
According to Travel Max Guide, the trekking package called Everest Base Camp Trekking is a synonym to Nepal; this is the concept of trekkers from around the world. This indicates Nepal is a natural destination for trekkers because there can be no better destination than the Everest Region. Based on the clients’ choice, Travel Max Guide is going to describe some of the famous tourism trekking packages in Nepal. Trekkers have loved these trekking packages equally, which are given below to inform you accurately so that you can decide on a trekking package. We believe their brief description is a must to inspire you, and we have written it from the point of view of a trekker who wants to enjoy an adventure tour in Nepal thoroughly. Travel Max Guide answers the questions of a trekker through this blog with its trekking experience so that you can land at a proper place with the least worries.
Tilicho Lake Tour (19 Days or 7 Days)
Tilicho Lake Trek welcomes you in the beginning with its beautiful waterfall. The suspension bridges and the Kaligandaki River make you feel in the world’s remotest region. The ongoing trekking trail becomes steep, takes you to the flat green valley as well as near the snow-covered mountains. Later, you walk in the forest of green pine. The depth of Tilcho Lake is 85 m, and the lake is situated at an altitude of 4919 m. The uphill trekking trail, which will make you sweat, is challenging as well as loaded with tons of beautiful sceneries. Your eyes may spot blue sheep in this region, and the distant village called Khangsar looked too beautiful to be described in words. You will also be heading to the Thorong La Pass, which is above 5000 m plus, and later, fly out from Jomsom, one of the windiest places on earth to Kathmandu. Honestly, speaking the best months to visit Nepal are September, October, November, February, March, and April. You can personalize Tilicho Lake Trek-like any other trekking packages. Even a 10-year-old kid can do this trek.
Dolpo Trekking (options: Upper Dolpo 27 Days/Lower Dolpo 18 Days)
The route of Upper Dolpo Trekking takes you to the Bheri River, one of the largest rivers in Nepal. This trekking route takes you to sacred places like stupa and monastery. One of the highlights of the Upper Dolpo Trek is Shey Phoksundo National Park. At some point, the route is lined by trees. Enjoying the view of the snow-covered mountains that lie at a stone thrown distance, you will reach the beautiful Phoksundo Lake. The trekking route ascends and descends in a gorge and takes you to the pass, located at an altitude of 5000 m plus.
Upper Dolpo Trek is a tea house trek as well as a camping trek, which gives you a real experience of trekking in Nepal. Since the trekking region lies in one of the driest regions in Nepal, you can do Upper Dolpo Trek even in June and July, which are the monsoon seasons. You can book this trek now, even if you are thinking of visiting Nepal after 2 years.
Mardi Himal Trek (10 Days)
The first day of Mardi Himal Trek shows you the views of the mountains that are famous in the world, like Fishtail and Annapurna South. Almost all the trekking routes in this region are quiet, but this one is the quietest. The trekking route takes you to the forest, enriched with biodiversity. The High Camp of Mardi Himal Trek is one of the main highlights because it is a viewpoint from where you can see the stunning view of the surrounding snow-covered mountains. As you pass through the villages, you will have an opportunity to observe the lifestyles of the local people.
The trekking route of Mardi Himal Trek takes you to the height of 3000 m plus, so it is an easy trek compare to the above-mentioned treks. According to the experts, Mardi Himal Trek will be booked by thousands of trekkers after COVID-19. One of the reasons is it is the newest trek of Nepal, and it shows you the finest view of Annapurna I (8091m), Hiunchuli (6441m), Baraha Shikhar (Mt. Fang) (7647m), Tent Peak (5695m), and Singhachuli (6501m),
Mustang Trip (Upper Mustang Trek 17 Days/Lower Mustang Trek 7 Days)
Flying to Jomsom, one of the windiest places on earth, has its significance, and you will observe this at noon. Here the tastiest apples of Nepal grow. The trekking route takes you to beautiful villages, located by the river and on the slope of a hill. There is a pass to be crossed, and there are fields of barley. The trek route includes suspension bridges that connect you from one village to another. The highlights also include monasteries apart from mountains, such as Nilgiri, Tilicho Annapurna I, and Bhrikuti Peak. There is a contrast, you walk in a dry region, but you see these snow-covered mountains. As you head to Ghiling, the view of Dhaulagiri keeps on coming to your eyes.
The maximum altitude you will reach during the Upper Mustang Trek is 3000 m plus. If you want to trek in a dry region in Nepal, then this is the best trek, and you can do this trek even in June and July. In other words, you can do this trek from January to December. The season will not hinder your trek.
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Written by: Prameet Subba