Nepal attracts Thousands of tourists each year and more than 200000 of these visitors come to the country to become a part of one if its magnificent treks through the Himalayan region of Nepal. That is why Nepal is the most visited destination on Earth for their adventure journey starting from moderate to extreme. If you’re still wondering which trek suits your preferences and your lifestyle, take a look at some of the most popular trekking adventures below.
You can plan for the long or short trekking from the most popular trekking destinations to hidden gems that are waiting to be discovered, from grueling encounters to short and scintillating journeys, this guide of the best short treks in Nepal has everything that you could possibly imagine. We believe that choosing the ultimate short trek in Nepal ultimately boils down to answering a few basic questions and then finalizing a trekking experience that offers everything you’re looking for.
Some of the questions you need to ask yourself before taking a plunge into the Himalayas.
The number of days you’d like to spend on a trek in Nepal. Short treks usually range from 5 to 10 days. As well the level of difficulty that you’re most comfortable with. There are easy, moderate and difficult treks you can choose.
The remoteness you’re looking for. Some treks can be incredibly remote, but others are fairly commercialized. Remember, the remote treks might not offer luxury lodges and fully developed accommodation options either.
The season you choose for trekking. Most treks in Nepal usually feel the best between September to November and March to May.
Whether you’re traveling alone or in a group. Some treks have restricted permits, which means that you need at least 2 people and a guide to do this trek.
Below are some of the best short treks in Nepal to choose from. Each of these treks offers a wide range of options, ensuring that you always have something perfect right in front of you. For more details of your desire trip please do write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or login to www.xtremeclimbers.com