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Trekking Package in Nepal

Trekking Package in Nepal Trekking is one of the classic experiences for visitors in Nepal. While trekking, apart from enjoying close-up views of the snow-capped mountains or views of spectacular green valleys, much cultural exposure is gained from communities living in different regions of Nepal. Nepal has diverse options for trekking, from easy, moderate, and strenuous to challenging.

As the name implies, easy treks are easy to scale and are designed to be enjoyed by anyone, while the challenging treks are for experienced trekkers. The treks can vary from short treks of 2-3 days to longer treks comprising even a month-long adventure. The short treks are generally in gradual hills, providing spectacular views of mountains, such as the Poon Hill trek, which provides a sunrise view of the Annapurna Massif. These can be planned with your family in mind, even with little children. However, the more challenging treks require a lot of physical fitness. So, a serious amount of preparation and prime physical fitness is required.

The Ace vision Treks & Tours has many Trekking packages in Nepal designed to cater to your needs. Let’s take a look at some of the treks:

Everest Base Camp Trek

The Everest Base Camp Trek takes you up close to the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest, which stands at a whopping 8,848.86 m/29,031.7 ft. This trek takes you through beautiful scenery, rugged landscape, and a unique cultural experience, especially with the Sherpa ethnic groups. The maximum elevation of the trek is 5,364 m/17,598 ft. on the southern side, while another route takes you to Kala Patthar at 5,545 m/ 18192 ft.

The trek begins at Lukla and routes along Phakding, Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep with the view of the Khumbu glacier and mountains, and finally, EBC is charted. Then descent to Lukla follows. It is normally planned for 16 days from/to Kathmandu, with rest and acclimatization taken into account. It is graded as a strenuous trek involving steep up and down accents on well-defined trails, so the trekkers need to be quite physically fit to undertake it. The trekkers need to undertake 6-8 hours of walking every day. There are chances of altitude sickness, so allowing acclimatization is necessary. The most famous Trekking package in Nepal. Let’s Keep & Touch for customized your travel and tours for an unforgettable travel experience in a Lifetime.

Entrance into this region requires Khumbu local government permit (USD 18 per person) and Sagarmatha National Park permit (USD 26, traveling through Jiri additionally requires Gaurishankar Conservation Area permit USD 25 per person). Generally, the total cost is around USD 1000 per person for the entire trip.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek has often been listed as the top ten best hikes in the world now and again. A close-up view of Annapurna Massif, picturesque landscape, enjoying a tea house experience, enjoying Himalayan biodiversity, and getting cultural experience, especially of the Gurung and Magar indigenous groups, are some of the highlights of this trek. The maximum elevation of the trek is 4,130 m /13,550 ft.

Several routes can be taken during this trek. An example of one of the routes that can be started from Nayapul, and trekking along Tadapani, Chhomrong, and Himalaya to finally steady snow-covered uphill of ABC. It is planned for 14 days from/to Kathmandu. This is a moderate grade trek that involves walking a lot up to and downhill. A moderate amount of fitness is required with the ability to walk 6-7 hours a day. Previous hiking or camping experience is preferable but not compulsory. Altitude sickness could also occur so, allowing acclimatization is necessary.

Trekking to ABC requires Annapurna Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (USD 25 per person). Trekkers & Information Management System or TIMS (USD 20 for individual trekkers or USD 10 per person in a group). Generally, the trek costs around USD 1400 per person.

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

The Most Popular Trekking Package in Nepal. Annapurna Ghorepani Poon hill Trek is famous for its sunrise view of Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Annapurna I, and Annapurna South and is considered an introduction to trek in the Annapurna Region. Get up-close panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks, rhododendron forest, and a unique cultural experience, especially with the Gurung and Magar ethnic group with this short trek. The trek takes you to a maximum elevation of 3,210 m/10,532 ft.

The trek begins from Tikhedhunga and follows the route to Ghorepani, then Tadapani, and finally to Poon Hill normally in the morning to discover the amazing landscape of the region at sunrise. It is normally planned for ten days from/to Kathmandu. This is an easy to moderate grade trek involving a comparatively gentle walk along the hill. This can be easily envisioned with a family in mind as only 3-4 hours of trekking per day is required. Since the altitude is low, there are no chances of altitude sickness.

Trekking to Ghorepani Poonhill requires Annapurna Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (USD 25 per person). Trekkers Information Management System or TIMS (USD 20 for individual trekkers or USD 10 per person in a group). The total cost is around USD 799 per person.

Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal is a hidden gem as only a few trekkers have taken to trekking here, having opened for trekkers fairly recently in 2012. The trek takes you to off-beaten tracks, which are tranquil and quaint, natural and culturally diverse, and a close view of the exquisite Annapurna Himal. The maximum ascent of the trek is 4,500 m/14,763 ft.

The trek starts from Kande, passing through Forest Camp, Low Camp, High Camp, and finally walking along narrow rocky trails; you get to Mardi Himal Base Camp. If the weather is clear, the walk is enriching, providing a close view of Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna, Tare Kang, Annapurna III, and Fishtail. It is normally planned for 11 days from/to Kathmandu. This is a moderate grade trek that involves a bit of steep ascent. A moderate amount of fitness is required with the ability to walk 4-6 hours a day. Previous hiking or camping experience is preferable but not compulsory. Altitude sickness could also occur so, allowing acclimatization is necessary.

Trekking to Mardi Himal requires Annapurna Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (USD 25 per person). Trekkers Information Management System or TIMS (USD 20 for individual trekkers or USD 10 per person in a group). The total cost is around USD 610 per person.

Khopra Danda Trek

It is one of the most panoramic and unspoiled short trekking routes within the Annapurna Conservation Area. The main highlight of the trek is the Khopra ridge, additionally, the trek to Khayer Lake a beautiful mountain lake is also taken. Likewise, the trek offers stunning views of snowcapped mountains Dhaulagiri, Annapurna South, Fang, and Nilgiri, and exposure to various ethnicities of the region – the Gurung, Magar Chhetri, and Brahmin communities allowing trekkers to observe and experience the pure Nepali culture and lifestyle. This makes it a great alternative to the more popular and crowded Ghorepani trek. The maximum altitude of the trek is 3,660 meters/12007 ft. at Khopra ridge and 4,500 m/14,763 ft. at Khayer Lake.

The trek from Khopra Danda Trek starts from Tikhedhunga, passing through Swanta, Chistibung, and then finally to the ridge of Khopra Danda or a further ascent to the beautiful Khayer Lake. Finally, the trek ends with a descent to Tatopani. It is normally planned for 15 days from/to Kathmandu. This is an easy to moderate grade trek which involves a gentle ascent to hills. This can be easily envisioned with a family in mind as only 5-6 hours of trekking per day is required. Since the altitude is low, there are no chances of altitude sickness.

Trekking to Khopra Danda requires Annapurna Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (USD 25 per person). Trekkers Information Management System or TIMS (USD 20 for individual trekkers or USD 10 per person in a group). The total cost is around USD 900 per person.

Langtang Valley Trek

The Langtang Valley Trek is famous for its picturesque landscape and the ambiance which evokes going back into ancient times. Enjoy the view of Langtang Lirung, the highest peak of the Langtang Himal, get an insight into ancient Tamang and Tibetan culture, and visit ancient Tibetan monasteries and Mani walls through this trek. The maximum elevation of the trek is 3,800 m/12,467 ft. at Kyanjin Gompa and 4,773 m/15,660 ft. at Kyanjin Ri.

The trek starts from Syabrubesi, and the route takes you along Lama Hotel, Langtang valley, and finally walking past watermills, Buddhist shrines, and prayer wheels to Kyanjin Gompa. A further steep ascent to Kyanjin Ri can also be made. It is normally planned for 11 days from/to Kathmandu. This is a moderate-grade trek that includes walking up and downhills. A moderate amount of fitness is required with the ability to walk 6-7 hours a day.

Trekking in Langtang Valley require Langtang National Park entry permit (USD 25 per person) and Trekkers’ Information Management System or TIMS (USD 20 for individual trekkers or USD 10 per person in a group). Generally, the trek costs around USD 900 per person.

Upper Mustang Trek

The Upper Mustang trek is a journey to the former Himalayan Kingdom – the Last Forbidden Kingdom. The trip's major highlights are the combination of rugged landscape, rich cultural heritage and history, and ancient Buddhist monastery and caves. Here you get to experience the way of life of true mountain people who have had little contact with the rest of Nepal and retained their rich cultural heritage. The maximum height of the trek is 3810 m / 12500 ft.

The route for Upper Mustang Trek starts from Jomsom, and the trek begins with a walk to Kagbeni along the bank of the Kali Gandaki River passing through Chele, Syanbochen, Tsarang, to ultimately the walled capital of Lo-Manthang. It is normally planned for 17 days from/to Kathmandu. This is a strenuous grade trek that involves many walks as there are no facilities in between. Good physical fitness is required, with the ability to walk 6-7 hours a day. Previous hiking or camping experience is required. Although not as cold as the trek to other mountainsides, altitude sickness can occur so, allowing acclimatization is necessary.

Trekking in Upper Mustang requires a Restricted Area Permit (USD 500 per person for ten days and an additional USD 50 per person per day if beyond ten days) and Annapurna Conservation Area Project Entry Permit (USD 25 per person). The total cost comes to around USD 2000 per person.

Conclusion

Trekking in Nepal is a fun-filled, lifetime experience where you can enjoy a close connection with nature and culture. A newbie trekker can take an easy trek at first and then gradually move towards higher grades. Just decide what experience you want and concentrate on making your trip an adventure of your lifetime, and not of the stress of logistical arrangement in Nepal because Ace vision Treks & Tours is here to assist you. Contact us for more details about Trekking Package in Nepal.