This article deals on information about Nepal trekking
destinations. Why Nepal is so popular for trekking and adventure
holidays? Know in details reading thins article.
Tucked between India and China, Nepal is a small yet breathtakingly
beautiful country located within the continent of Asia. Possessing a
rich affluence of nostalgic heritages, predominant ethnic cultures and
traditions, varied geographical topography, amusing festivity,
awe-inspiring natural scenery, scintillating rivers and lakes,
mouth-watering tasty delicacies and amazing variety of rare wild animals
and birds, Nepal is well-regarded as one of the most fantastic
touristic travel destination for bona fide foreign travelers and
Trekking Geographically, Nepal occupies a land area of 147,181 sq.km. and ranks as the 94th
largest country in the world as the statistics. There are numerous
ethnic communities with their own language, culture, festival and
history in Nepal. Also, more than 28 million people reside within the
national territory of Nepal with an average population growth rate of
1.35 percent. The ethnic diversity of Nepal gives way to various sets
most popular religion of Nepalese people. Mof ancestral and religious
customs which fill up Nepal with diverse arts, dance, folklores and
belief systems. Largely Hinduism and Buddhism are the ainly because of
the fact that, Lumbini- the birthplace of Lord Buddha and Pashupatinath Temple- one of the most sacred Hindu shrines in the world are located inside Nepal.
Trekking Likewise, when you take a look at the economic sector of Nepal, you
will find out that a huge portion of Nepal’s population depends upon
agriculture as their main source of income. As Nepal is an agro-based
country, industrial and commercial activity mainly involves around
agriculture. However, agriculture only accounts for only one-third of
total Gross Domestic Product of Nepal. Besides agriculture, Nepal’s
economy is highly reliant upon remittances, which makes of 29% of the
total GDP of Nepal. Having said that, manufacturing, trade and tourism
are the next major economic activity of Nepal after farming. Travel and
tourism sector directly contribute to Nepal’s overall development and
progress both nationally and locally by separate/distinct regions.
Hence, visiting Nepal for travel purposes can significantly help improve
Nepal’s economy and empower its inhabitants.
The multi-dimensional heritage of Nepal consists of several
ever-lasting natural and cultural specialties that have received
worldwide praise and admiration from countless numbers of people. Among
such peculiarities, one stands above of them all and that is the
legendary ‘Himalayas’. Even before the popularity of Nepal as the
perfect holiday destination for travelers, the Himalayas have captured
the attention of many visitors who simply wished to travel along the
secluded, natural trails of Nepal.
Located in the norther flank of Nepal, the Himalayas showcase the
eternal magnificence of traveling in Nepal. It is one of the world’s
highest mountain chains and covers a huge land mass of 612,021 square
kilometers of earth’s 153,295,000 square kilometers. 0.4% of earths
total land area is only occupied by the Himalayas and hence it’s no
surprise that you can find a large variety of wild animals such as
Himalayan Tahr, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Monal, Wild Boar, Himalayan Blue
Sheep, Red Panda and several migratory birds that are great to observe
while going a journey inside the stunning Himalayan trails.
What’s more is that, the Himalayas also make sure that Nepal is known
throughout the world for trekking and other adventure activities. As
the world’s tallest snowclad mountain- Mt. Everest is located in the
eastern region of Nepal within the Himalayan mountain range, people from various countries visit Nepal for a very rewarding trek to Everest Base Camp.
Some come for mountain expeditions to the summit of a mountain while
some simply want to enjoy a blissful Himalayan adventure that we call trekking in Nepal with their loved ones and family members by their side.
Places like Everest Base Camp,
Langtang Valley, Annapurna Base Camp, Ghorepani Poonhill, Mardi Himal,
Gokyo Lakes, Khopra Danda, Gosaikunda, Kanchenjunga Base Camp, Dolpa
area and Upper Mustang are some of the most sought after trekking
destinations of Nepal. So, if you were to choose any of these places for
your first Himalayan adventure in Nepal, then you can rest assure that the entire journey will be something really remarkable and worth remembering.
If you have decided to visit Nepal and go for a life altering journey
to the Himalayas then you must be quite thrilled to land in Nepal.
After all, there’s no denying the fact that Nepal is an ultimate travel
destination for adventure enthusiasts and foreign travelers alike. From
the stunning trekking trails of Everest region to the lush green
landscapes of Chitwan National Park, everything is well suited for
travelers to get the maximum amount of joy and happiness. However, if
trekking is the thing you are most thrilled about your travel plan in
Nepal. Then, you must also acknowledge the uttermost significance and
need of guides & porters.
To start, let me first inform you what a guide is and what a porter
is (individually)? Generally, guides are those expert individuals who
have years of experience when it comes to trekking through several/more
than one trekking route of Nepal. They typically lead the trekking group
towards their desired final destination such as Everest Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp.
They help foreign trekkers find their way through some of the most
unmapped, remote regions of Nepal where it’s very hard to find landmarks
and clear pathways. Furthermore, there are some restricted trekking
regions in Nepal where trekkers are obliged and required to hire a guide
for their journey as having a guide is deemed compulsory by the state
authorities in those regions.
Similarly, a porter is a person who has been hired to carry your bags
and luggage for your planned trip/trek. It doesn’t matter whether you
are going to Rara Lake or Kanchenjunga, hiring a porter will be
necessary for you if you don’t want to get stuck with the burden of
carrying your heavy luggage. You surely would not want to walk on a
demanding Himalayan trail for several hours while carrying your luggage
from the start of your trip till its very end. Well, at first it might
sound easy and not so daunting at all to those who don’t doubt their
physical capabilities. But you have to understand that when you are
travelling at high elevated places that go beyond 3,000 meters above sea
level, your body tends to exhaust sooner than it usually does on places
near to the sea level. So, you decide, how much important it is to hire
a porter for your trek in Nepal? Because I surely would prefer enjoying
the trip rather than struggling to carry my own luggage.
In addition to that, when trekkers hire a guide, they are assuring
themselves that their guide will carry out all the necessary
responsibilities such as booking local lodges for the night during busy
seasons when nearly all rooms get booked in advance for foreign
trekkers. Guides can also be very helpful for you in desperate
situations when you need immediate medication and evacuation. You guide
will help you get evacuated via helicopter by contacting the related
establishments. All in all, your guide will be very crucial for you and
your journey in Nepal as they will make sure that all the complicated
things get taken under control as swiftly as possible and help you get
the most out of your trip in Nepal.
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