Why Trekking In Nepal

You must have known why trekking in Nepal? The simple answer is Nepal is the kingdom of journey on foot.

Why Trekking In Nepal ?

Nepal has its source in the “golden light of Legends”
Nepal is a narrow band 200 km wide and 800 km long, between two powerful blocs, China and India.
It is here that the word trekking takes its relief.
Nepal is the kingdom of the journey on foot.
The Annapurna trek is a classic but “Oh,” how amazing and he made through 350 km of mountain amidst a kaleidoscope Himalayan: rice fields, subtropical forest, cliffs, ravines, mountain moraines, high passes, and pinnacles.
Gradually taking account of acclimation, bypassing the imposing mass of Annapurna takes us to meet a mosaic of ethnic groups inhabiting
The region near Tibet and is increasingly felt in the days and altitude.
Scenery breathtaking, especially after Pisang at 3200m where the valley opens up and releases where the view of Annapurna II (7937m), Annapurna III (7855m), and Annapurna IV (7535m) and Gangapurna (7485m).
The climb to Thorung la Pass 5416m is long and windy, but what satisfaction once at the top to admire the valley of the Kali Gandaki which leads straight to Tibet.
The descent to Muktinah holy place for Hindus and Buddhists reveals a dry valley or various shades of ocher mingle. Once Kagbeni, the road takes
Southerly direction and it again traverses the Himalayas, surrounded by famous peaks
Such as Nilgiris (Blue Mountains) to the left and right Daulaghiri with its 8172m is the seventh planet 8000.
A trek that I recommend to all lovers of the mountain, you will not be disappointed!
Nepal Derai ramro chaa.
Nepal is a beautiful country

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