Nepal is famous for its trekking and adventure. There are many trekking routes in Nepal, but the best trek for one depends on his/her choice of difficulty also the budget and number of days they will spend. But still, there are a few routes which are very famous and meet your preferences. Here is a shortlist of five best treks in Nepal you shouldn’t miss also the package can be minimize with five best short treks in Nepal depending on time and budget.
1. Everest Base Camp Trek
Looking at the close up of the highest mountain is the most glorious moment in your life, and you can enjoy this on Everest Base Camp trek. Everest base camp trek passes through few historical areas like Sherpa village and serene Imja Tse valley, so you can also explore that on your way. For an exclusive trekking experience, this is definitely the best trek.
2. Annapurna Circuit Trek
It is another very famous trek which will allow you to enjoy the views of Annapurna, Macchapucchre, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and Lang tang Himal. It is a trek full of natural beauty and breathtaking views; you get to explore the rich culture and natural diversity during your trek. The trail also passes through the world’s deepest gorge.
3. Manaslu Circuit Trek
On this trek, you get to enjoy the beautiful peaks on the Nepal-Tibet border. Manaslu Mountain is the 8th highest mountain in the world. This trek is famous for its challenging mountains. Going alone on this trek is not recommended; you should have two or three trekkers along with a Nepali guide with you. Larkya Pass is the highest elevation you can reach.
4. Langtang Valley Trek
This trek is famous for its diverse vegetation and cultured villages. You get to enjoy the great views of Langtang valley trek, Annapurna and Makalu. If you are an extremely adventurous person, then this is the perfect trek for you. You can explore unique Tamang culture and also walk pass through great glaciers at a very low altitude. This trek is surrounded By Tranquil rural landscape and is a wild region. It also lets you experience the thrill, and you can enjoy the beautiful view of mountain panorama.
5. Upper Mustang
Upper Mustang wasn’t open for trekking until 1992 because of its sensitive areas. Its landscape is pretty similar to Tibet. It stood isolated for many years which gave this area a centuries-old culture and landscape look. This region is very old, but still, trekkers love to go there because of the 16th century Buddhist monasteries and caves carved into vertical cliff walls. Its old look attracts more people each year. The trekkers feel as if they are in some desert while trekking here. It is known as the paradise hidden behind Nepal. It is a must trek for one willing to explore the majestic views, fascinating landscape and rich Tibetan culture.
The trekking routes don’t stop here, there are many more trek routes, but including them, all is quite impossible. All the treks routes in Nepal are fascinating with captivating views throughout the trail.