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Since the day Nepal came into light in the eyes of the world, nothing has attracted the world more than its snow clad mountains of highest elevations. The sources say that 90% of the tourists who land in Nepal for leisure purpose trek on the foothills of these mountains. The trekking picked up in Nepal mostly in the 1980’s and in the Annapurnas. Within no time and in matter of 4 decades, Annapurna now is entirely inhabited and there are several other regions in Nepal which offer similar and even more pristine experience.
As of this day, several trails have been developed in the Everest region, Manaslu region, Ganesh Region, Langtang Region, Dhaulagiri Region and also some off the beaten treks in the further western corner of Nepal. All in all, there is a trek for just everyone, be it children, differently abled, senior citizen, travellers in time crunch or travellers with time in abundance. Trekking is a way to explore not only mountains but also its biodiversity. On top, you get to see lifestyle of various indigenous tribes inhabiting on the trails of these mountains. If you are ready to embark on a adventure full of mountains, wildlife, wildflowers, culture, traditions and stories, explore our treks here .
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On all of our hikes, your accommodation is pre-booked and your luggage is transferred from one point to the next. All you have to carry is a daypack that contains water, any snacks or gadgets you may want and a few layers to keep you dry and warm. This means you get to enjoy the best of hiking without any of the hassles.
We offer an extensive range of both small group and self-guided walking itineraries all over the world that cover everything from one-day hikes through to itineraries spanning 37 days. Armed with route notes and maps, self-guided walks allow you to explore at your own pace and are perfect for those wanting more independence. Or, if you want to concentrate more on the scenery, join a small group and explore with new friends. All your accommodation will be pre-booked, and your main luggage will be transferred between properties – so all you have to do is strap on your daypack and enjoy the walk!
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