Nepal Trekking Packages – Choose the best trip in Nepal

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There are so many places and travel options in this small Country. The list is never-ending. Our Nepal trekking package takes you from the short Shivapuri hike in Kathmandu to the Everest Base Camp trek. You can go anywhere and have the most fantastic time in our trekking package. There are various places like the Annapurna Trekking area, Langtang Trek, Manaslu Trek, and Upper Mustang Trek—the Kanchenjunga Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, etc. You can get the most astounding trekking packages in Nepal with spectacular views of nature.

These Nepal trekking packages offer fantastic mountain views and breathtaking scenery. Witnessing such great views makes you feel satisfied. The beautiful routes filled with flowers and forest areas add to the place’s appeal. In addition, you can also see the rarest wildlife and birds during these treks.

There are various places to enjoy photography as well. Many successful photographers come to Nepal to capture these mesmerizing moments. In addition, various YouTubers make amazing vlogs on their sites, and they all look so beautiful.

Best Nepal trekking package

Nepal offers you multiple choices, witnessing various dazzling Himalayas. It is a multiethnic, multicultural country that teaches you in-depth knowledge about diverse cultures and traditions. The Country is known as the Country of Mountains, possessing dozens of mountains. Mount Everest is the best Nepal trekking package and one of the highest mountain peaks in the world, attracting thousands of tourists annually.

The Nepal trekking package gives you a memorable lifetime adventure. Going the extra mile towards the stunning scenery of Nepal will teach you how beautiful life is. Besides trekking along the green trail, you will be surrounded by spectacular mountains. Walking in the mountainous region is known as the upgraded version of Hiking.

In Nepal, a trekking package is a daily activity for the people around the hilly and Himalayan regions. You know what will mesmerize you: the uncountable uphills and downhills, the lush green forest all around the hills, the sparkling glacial river, and most importantly, jaw-dropping snow-capped mountains are the factors that provide you with a heavenly feeling. We discuss the best trekking packages in Nepal here. Explore the hidden treasures of Nepal.

Nepal has thousands of hidden treasures to explore. Nepal has secret destinations that most travelers are unaware of. Join Above the Himalayas for adventure, services, and hospitality. At the same time, you trek to magnificent places in Nepal, like the Everest traveling package, Annapurna Trekking Package, Langtang Best Trekking Package in Nepal, Mustang Nepal Trekking Package, and many other exciting packages.
Walking in Nepal offers exciting, diverse adventures. Besides its beautiful landscapes, Nepal is rich in cultural diversity and charming local villages. It also provides the best trekking packages.


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    Best Routes

    Annapurna and Everest region:

    Nepal has the best trekking package destinations, such as the Annapurna and Everest regions. Annapurna and Everest region trek routes are the best in the world. The Everest region is the most popular Nepal trekking package to see Mount Everest, local Sherpa Villages, and Tengboche Monastery. In contrast, the Annapurna region is gifted with the Annapurna Mountain range, Thorong La Pass, and Muktinath. Trekking in the Himalayas will provide a lifetime experience.

    We offer the best Nepal trekking package throughout the year. The best trails in Nepal, such as Everest, Annapurna & Langtang, can be visited throughout the year, even during monsoon and winter when trekking to high altitudes is nearly impossible.

    Trekking in the Western region

    The Western region is home to herbal land and unspoiled trans-Himalayan culture. Buddhist monuments and a unique human civilization at high altitudes are worth a visit. The language and traditions differ from those of the best remote Nepal trekking.

    Trek to Kanchenjunga, the world’s third-highest peak at 8586 m. Mount Makalu (8463m) comes in at number five if we go further west. The foothills of these Himalayan giants pass through the remote Country, providing a flashback to what the government was like when explorers like Edmund Hillary made the first ascents in 1950. We will pass through a fascinating variety of landscapes—terraced rice fields, rhododendron forests, rolling alpine meadows, and the desolate lunar landscape of the high Himalayas.


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      Trekking in the Eastern region

      The most admired remote Nepal trekking package area in the eastern region is the Makalu Barun National Park on the border of Tibet and the Kanchenjunga massif on the edge of Sikkim. This wonderful Eastern region trekking of Nepal starts with a breathtaking scenic flight.

      This remote trekking area is comparatively frequented; thus, the unspoiled villages and environment are yours to discover without the distractions of other trekkers. The expedition can get moderately strenuous at times while crossing the passes. For every hard sweat, you will be pleased with dazzling scenery as it advances towards the windswept, rugged terrains with overwhelming views of the towering peaks.

      Arun Valley remote treks in Nepal

      Trekking in the Arun Valley offers superb Himalayan scenery, including Mt. Everest, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Baruntse, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Amadablam, Mt. Thamserku, and other cultures and landscapes. Arun Valley Nepal trekking is famous for its rich natural vegetation and wildlife.

      More than 650 species of birds and over 800 species of butterflies are here. The shelter of the rare Panda can be found in this trekking trail. Orchids and other flowers along a faint jungle trail and swirl prayer flags at Shipton La are seen along our path. Makalu-Arun Valley takes you into the natural splendor and customs. Most of the time, we walk through Sherpa villages.

      Trek stay from Tumlingtar.

      It provides an alternative approach to trekking in the Khumbu region of Nepal. The Arun Valley Trek is blessed with incredible natural beauty and cultural diversity. We must fly to Tumlingtar to start this trek, a small village on a plateau. You can also take a trip to Biratnagar and trek in the Arun region via Hille.

      Crossing into the upper Hongu Valley can create a smoother, wilder hike. The highest point of the Arun Valley trek is Salpa Bhanjyang, and we can also visit the Hindu holy lake—Salpa Lake (3414m). Sherpa, Rai, and Limbu are the principal inhabitants of this region. During the Arun Valley trek, we can learn about their unique culture and traditions. You will encounter rhododendrons, firs, and spurs forests.

      Arun Valley Nepal trekking requires stamina and fitness to fully appreciate the beauty of the Arun Valley region, which provides some outstanding mountain views and can equally take pleasure in gorgeous scenarios of valleys and beautiful views of silvery mountains. If you are looking for wilderness and solitude and can overcome the logistical complications of the region, this Makalu Arun Valley region trekking can be the right choice.

      Restricted area trekking

      Nepal is a country famous among many travelers from around the world. We can visit cultural, religious, and historical places. However, there are some Remote treks in Nepal and Restricted areas, too. This means foreigners’ entry is strict in such areas and requires a special permit. The restricted areas are “Paradise on Earth.” The regions have a lot of natural beauty, hidden valleys, people, and unique cultures and customs.

      The government of Nepal has focused on tourism for the Country’s welfare. Where foreigners’ entry is hardly controlled, some areas still have limits. The government has decided these regions are ‘restricted’ to protect the natural environment and culture from outside influences.

      These Nepal trekking packages have yet remained unspoiled or untamed. It is full of wilderness and ecological and cultural museums. The inhabitants’ lives have rarely changed despite there having been a lot of change with the development of science and technology.


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        Fully organized  remote treks in Nepal

        A trek to the restricted area in Nepal must be arranged as a fully equipped, organized Nepal trekking package through a registered trekking agency using tents, Sherpa staff, cooks, and porters. Camping trek is the classic style of Nepal trekking and is too mannered in almost every part of the restricted region trek.

        Remote treks in Nepal are away from the more popular trails and provide a wilderness experience with natural and cultural features. We need a minimum of 2 trekkers to issue the permit. If there is some problem during your trip, you need support; the government restricts some areas because it doubts the security trekkers’ need. Many parts of Nepal located in the Himalayan region are neighbors to Tibet.

        Since Nepal’s lifestyle and culture differ from Tibet’s, these areas are under restrictions, so Nepal’s culture will not be affected by Tibet. We are considering the traveler’s requirements. We are happy to organize this remote trek in Nepal and above the Himalayas; this package has permission to operate in wilder, remote Nepal trekking packages.

        Why trekking in Nepal

        The highest peaks:

        Seven of the world’s highest mountains are situated in Nepal. They are Everest, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu. You will see the mighty Himalayas closely—WE can see “Mt. Everest.” You will also get a stunning view of many other mountain ranges. Most of Nepal’s famous treks, such as the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Annapurna Base Camp Trek, and the Manaslu Circuit Trek, are conducted near these mountains.

        Indigenous lifestyle & cultural Richness:

        Religious and cultural diversity is immense in such a small nation; Nepal has many indigenous tribes. Similarly, language, culture, and lifestyle hugely vary from one geographic region to another. The high mountain regions of Nepal have more Buddhist tribes, while the hills and the Terai region have Hindu inhabitants.

        While trekking in Nepal, you can learn about multiple cultures, Taste the best cuisines, and enjoy the colorful life. So, will it allow us to explore the cultural and lifestyle differences between regions?

        The multitude of adventures: Nepal is the destination for adventure seekers. Mountaineering, Nepal trekking, rafting, wildlife safari, hot air balloons, paragliding, and bungee jumping. And the adventurous people in Nepal are full of excitement.

        World Heritage Site:

        Nepal is the home of several UNESCO World Heritage sites that reflect the art, tradition, and cultural charm of the various temples, monasteries, Inns, languages, crafts, dress, and way of life that are Nepal’s cultural heritage. Ten heritage sites of Nepal are listed as World Heritage Sites and are essential in art, culture, and tradition.

        Beautiful Lakes:

        Nepal is a country of many lakes. Boating in the lakes with mountain views is the best experience in Nepal. About 200 lakes in Nepal are covered by glaciers. You will have opportunities to visit the City of Lake Pokhara, which has many beautiful lakes.

        Bird Watching:

        Nepal has more than 856 bird species, which accounts for around 10% of the world’s total bird population. The Country is a bird-watching paradise. During your stay, you will have the chance to see several birds, mainly in Chitwan National Park.

        Cultural diversity and festival:

        Nepal is a country with more than  35 different ethnic groups living together. Because of the various ethnic groups, the estimated costs reach 100. The Hindu and Buddhist religions celebrate their festivals together. Many Hindus are in the Swyambhunath and Boudhanath Stupa.

        There are also many Buddhists in the Pashupatinath Hindu temple. They organize different types of ritual ceremonies and Jatras together. This also influences the culture, as the northern part has mostly Buddhists while the hill and Terai are Hindus.

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