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Nepal which is decked with eight of the top ten highest peaks of the world is famous for adventurous activities like trekking, hiking, and other activities. Nepal, which is known as the Himalayan country, has stupendous and beautiful landscapes which offer you challenging trekking in the upper Himalayas of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is the most popular and fast-growing tourism activities in Nepal. Indefinite natural resources and beautiful sceneries have been playing the vital role in the increment of tourist in Nepal. The status has revealed that around five hundred thousand tourists visit Nepal each year for the purpose of Trekking. So in the future, if you are traveling to Nepal for trekking then, don’t miss the opportunity to gain quality trekking service from Adventure White Mountain.

The eight topmost peak of Nepal is Everest (8848m), Annapurna(8586m), Dhaulagiri(8167m), Kanchenjunga(8586m), Makalu(8463m), Cho Oyu(8201m), Manaslu (8156m) and Lhotse(8516m). Among eight of these peak Mt. Everest is the highest peak of the world. Besides these eight peaks, there are numbers of peaks in Nepal which offers ultimate thrilling trekking activities. The trail to climb these peaks are so challenging, so trekkers always feel pleasing while climbing the peaks. There are quality facilities on the trail like lodges, hotels, and tea houses which makes trekking easy. The most developed and well- designed trekking trails are experienced in the trail of Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and Manaslu. Anyone who wants to explore the stunning landscapes and trek in off the beaten trail, Nepal is the ideal choice. Keeping peaks aside, trekkers can witness amazing glaciers, icefalls and Tlicho Lake which us highest altitude lake in the world. Trekking in Nepal will give you more opportunity to interact with local people during the trail. Trekker can experience the unique culture and tradition of the people with different ethnic groups.

There are many attracting highlights that makes trekkers trekking worthy than their effort. Breathtaking views of panoramic peaks, beautiful forests of juniper and rhododendron, numerous species of flora and fauna etc. which makes any trekkers feels like they are out of the world after trekking in Nepal. The reviews of trekkers after trekking in Nepal has been always positive. To trek in Nepal one should be physically and mentally ready. The off beaten trail and high altitude will test the fitness of trekkers. With no any experience of climbing, it is very difficult to trek in Nepal. There are different level of difficulties while trekking, Easy, Moderate and Strenuous trekking. While trekking in Nepal you have to choose the best policy of life insurance as well which makes you even easier while traveling. So, trekking in Nepal is the ultimate dream of the people throughout the world. One can experience the ultimate thrill to Himalayas of Nepal.

The necessary gears which are required during the trekking are easily available, if you want to buy or hire. If you want to buy or hire the gears the Thamel and Pokhara is the place from where you can get it. During the trek you may not get any shops to buy it, so you have to concern about it.to do any activities you have to choose a right time. So for trekking also trekkers should keep in mind that they have to trek during the seasonal times. Dry and warm seasons are the best seasons to trek in Nepal. March-June and September-November are the ideal season to trek in Nepal. During these months, the climate is tolerable and skies are usually clear. If you trek in seasonal times in Nepal you will explore unexpected and adventurous beauty of Nepal.

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Imagine yourself, on the top of Kala Patthar, looking at the Mount Everest, tall and majestic, giving you chills, not because of the cold, but through its beauty and purity. The Everest Base Camp trek is about a journey through the enticing art of nature and the rich cultures of Sherpa while finding your soul. You will get lost in the depths of natural grandeur as you march towards the foot of the tallest mountain.

Most parts of the Everest Base Camp trek lies inside the Sagarmatha National Park, explaining the natural diversity. If lucky, you can spot snow leopard, red panda, or Himalayan Monal (Danphe). The landscape and the views are spectacular giving you a glimpse of heaven on earth. As you walk, you will come across rivers, bridges, rhododendron forests, glaciers, and moraines, all in their purest of forms. Your eyes will never get tired of the looking at the mountains as they come closer day-by-day. The 360o views of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and other ranges from Kala Patthar is a true bliss.

The journey that begins with a 35-minutes flight to Lukla, is no less than an adventure. The trail takes you through numerous Sherpa villages (Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Dingboche, to name a few), rich in culture and hospitality. The region is influenced by Buddhist Tibetan cultures, you will come across Gumbas, Chortens, Mani walls, and prayer flags, giving you a touch of spirituality. Visiting the Tengboche Monastery will certainly give you a surge of positive energy after a tiresome walk. Mani Rimdu, a major festival of Sherpa falls in the autumn season. So, planning your trip during autumn would be a bonus.

Reaching the Everest Base Camp is more than viewing Mt. Everest right in front of your eyes. It is about self-discovery, persistence, and motivation that changes you as a person. On reaching the foot of the highest mountain in the world, you will have overcome all your weaknesses. This is a physical, mental and spiritual journey that every individual must attempt, at least once in a lifetime. Thus, book a trek for yourself this spring or fall, and get lost in the lap of Himalayas. Adventure White Mountain makes sure you face no stresses in permits or cards. You can enjoy the blissful nature and the warm hospitality of the people. Overall, this journey to the Everest Base Camp will be a trek to remember for an eternity.