Nepal and Himalaya are the synonymous terms. Although the Himalaya is the youngest ones, it is the highest mountain chain on earth. A full one third of its stretch, the longest stretch – out of the formidable Great Himalayan Range of 2,400 km, lies within the Nepal Himalaya. It has a convergence of 1,310 magnificent pinnacles and peaks with over 6,000 m including 8 out of 14 of the world’s highest peaks. This unique vista of soaring summits unravels a profusion of lofty foothills which are the home of many Nepalese who delight in warm hospitality and friendship. Every year, thousands of visitors come to Nepal to explore the soaring Himalayan peaks and charmed by the verdant terraced hills with lush green valleys featuring turbulent roaring rivers and tropical lowland and jungles a dense habitat of countless wildlife are the special features of Nepal.

This immensely diverse and undulating topography with varied climate and a mixture of people with multi ethnicity combines to produce a magical attraction for outsiders to come and explore deep into Nepal. Trekking is one of the best modes for the exploration. None can deny the fact that Nepal offers the world’s best trekking trails for all the adventure lovers. Walking through the interior of the country follows ancient foot trails, which meander through the scenic river banks, intricately terraced fields and the forested ridges connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages, brings the visitors in close contact with the locals.

For the harder trekkers, there are plenty of adventures alluring to be explored deeper into the alpine valleys with perpetual snow and glistening glaciers. Out of them, the 18 peaks open for trekking namely Mardi Himal (5,587 m), Hiun Chuli (6,441 m), Tent Peak (5,663 m), Singu Chuli (6,501 m), Pisang Himal (6,091 m), Chullu West Himal (6,419 m), and Chullu Far East Himal (6,059 m) are the major ones always inviting the more intrepid trekkers to conquer them.

For trekking in Nepal, one does not have to be bizarre, neither a mountaineer nor an athlete. Anyone with a pair of strong legs, but with a spirit for adventure to explore exotic world will enjoy the thrills of trekking in the hills of Nepal. So, welcome to Nepal and enjoy the spiritual vibration of the Himalaya from the close proximity.