Trekking in nepal

Trekking in Nepal


Nepal trekking have a many varieties and option according to the time of the trekkers. Mainly Manaslu trekking, Everest, Lang tang, Kanchenjunga , Annapurna are the main trekking reason in Nepal Himalaya trekking. Trekking can tailor made  not only ready made itineraries you walk, you can walk  and choose what you feel comfort and easy. At this time two third of the Annapurna trekking reason make a road, even it is your choice to trek or catch a jeep or bus. Recently manaslu areas trekking popular for the tea house trekking. After passing the larkya , and get down from the bhimtang back to Benshishar to continue to the Throng la and annapurna trekking.
Nepal is the home of the Himalaya. There are unique beautiful Himalayan ranges among 1000 km. It is yet mysterious places in the world for yeti and Yak. Thousand of the visitors, climbers coming here for trekking, rafting, safari and another cultural activity in nepal. for the details about the trekking look our company website. Trekking agency in Nepal have multiple package programme for the trekking in Nepal.
Time was 1998, when i finished my 2 years college, i had chances to trek in jomsom muktinath for 10  days from a trekking agency in Nepal, that was very memorable time in my life and first experience of the trekking.

The soaring Himalayas are , to many travelers minds, the whole reason for visiting Nepal. With with of the world;s ten highest peaks-including , of course, Everest-Nepal’s 800-Kilometre link in the Himalayan chain literally overshadows all other attraction . more than just majestic scenery, though, the mountains have always exerted a powerful spiritual pull. In hindu Mythology, the mountains are where gods go to meditate  while the sherpas and other mountain People hold certain peaks to be the  very embodiment of deities, and mountaineers are often hardly less mystical.
   You can walk just about anywhere in Nepal-they country’s trail network  is far more extensive than its roads-but most visitors to the mountain areas stick tojust a few well –established trekking routes. They have good reasons for doing so: the classic trails are popular because they offer close –up views of the very tallest peaks, dramatic scenery and fascinating local cultures, while lodges and other amenities make it possible to go without carrying a lot of gear or learning Nepali. However, with  popularity comes, commercialization and loss of much what once made these treks special. Gennuine  “teahouse “ shacks or Bhattis, for instance,where you sit round the fire with a local family sipping a mug of chhang,are now rare on the most popular trails, and some newer lodges ae as sophisticated as ski chalets. Or those who put a high priority on getting away from it all, however, there are plenty of less-developed routes , and going out of season can make a huge difference.
On popular trils you can eat and sleep for less money than you had spend in Kathmandu. Trails are of steep, to be sure but you walk at your own pace, and no standard trek goes higher than about 5500 m( the starring elevaton for  most climbing expeditions . That said, trekking is not for everybody-it’s demanding, sometimes uncomfortable, and it does involve an element of risk.

When to trek.   
Where you go trekking will depend to a great extent on the time of year . The following seasonal descriptions are generalization , of course : Annapurna is notoriously wetter than regions further east, and climate change –which is already hitting the Himalayas hard-is having unpredictable effects. In 2006, for instance , the winter in Khumbu was completely , abnormally dry, and serious snowstorms arrived in April , after the spring.

The peak seasons
Autumn: , is normally dry , stable and very clear , although there can be the odd shower or freak autmn strom. It gets progressively colder at night  up, but the chill rarely severe until December  and daytime temperature are pleasantly cool for walking, at low elevation it be distinctly hot. The fine condition mean that the mian Annaurna and Everest trails will be busy: prters will charge top dollar and flights wil be tight . In 2008, admittedly a bumper year, guides were even being sent ahead to book up lodges in the Everst region , and some independent trekkers were forced to carry on up the trail to the next village to find a bed. The other drewback is the general lack of greenery on the freshly ploughed terraces in the middle Hills. In generally, this is a good time to think about getting off the beaten track.
After winter, temperatures and the snow line rise steadily during spring . The warmer weather also brings more trekkers , though not nearly as many as in autumn. The main factor that keeps the numbers down is a disappointing haze the creeps up in elevation  during this period , plus the occasional winds. By April , you probably won’t get good views until you reach 4000 m or so though this is also the time when the most colorful rhodendrons bloom generally between 2000 m and 300m .

The off seasons

Winter(dec-Jan) is fo the most party dary and settled , albeit colder . when precipiations does fall, the snow line drops  to 2500 m and sometimes lower , passes over 4000m m (including the highest of anpaurna sancatury and circuit treks may e uncross able due to the  snow ice,and some settlements described in trekking guidebooks may be uninhabited. High –altitude treks, such as Everest require good gear and experience in cold weather conditions, as temperatures at 5000 m can drop below minus 20 c heavy snow can fall, if you are up to it, however , this can be magical time to trek. Some treks something like twenty or thiry times the numbers of trekkers in autman as in midwinter , and below  2000m , temperature can  be quite spring –like, though valleys are often filled with fog or haze.
During may and june it gets hotter, hazier and increasingly unsettled. The warming Asian landmass has begun drawing air up  from the south , ushering in the pre-monsoon- a season of erratic weather and increasingly frequent   afternoon stroms. The trails and lodges again begain to empty out. This is a time for going high , but be prepared for rain, especially in traditionally wet areas such as Annapurna and far eastern Nepal.
  Few foreigners trek during the Monsoon Mid-june or early sept, because of the rain, mud, leeches, travel difficulties and general lack of Mountain views. The leeches along the middle –elevation trails ae not for the squeamish. However trek in himalaya rain shadow  and in Nepal’s far west are sheltered from the burnt of the monsoon. Even in wet areas, morning  are often clear, wildflowers and butterflies can be seen in the abundance the terrace  and forests are a luscious green and the soundscape-dripping leaves,roaring rivers-magical. Authentic Nepali culture is more in evidence , too,as the summer off –season is when locals return to their farming and other traditional activities  Note also that monsoon is’t consistently rainy: it builds up to a peak in July and August , then tapers off again.
Condition in the post –monsoon harvest season(roughly mid-sept to early are hard to predict: it all depends on the timing of the rains. If you are lucky you can enjoy clear, warm weather and gloriously empty trails.At lower altitudes it can be hot and sticky, hower , and you may face an extended monsoon trail, with clouds obscuring the peaks and heavy afternoon showers or snow flurries higher up.
   Almost two thirds of trekkers make the Annapurna region, north of pokhara, with its spectacular scenery, ease of access and wealth of treks of different lengths and difficulties. The Everest region is the near east of the country, is one of Nepal’s most exciting aeas, but altitude and distance from the trailheads make shorter treks less viable , roughly a quarter of trekkers walk here.The helambu and langtang regions are less dramatic but conveniently close to kathmandu, attracting  a little under ten precent of trekkers. His leaves vast areas of eastern  and far werstern Nepa relatively untrodden by visitors . To walk in these areas you will need wither to be prepared ro rough it, and live like a local  or pay to join an organied trek with tents and accept the compromises that go along with that. With a good agency, you can go, just about anywhere-and increasing numbers of trekkers are getting off the beaten track. There’s even a proposal tocreate a great Himalayan trail along the entire length of Nepal-though it will be many years before such a route could be serviced by lodges. 
    
Trekking in Nepal is the best experience for walking in himalayas, it give  both physically and mentally healthy. It can say very easily Natural therapy for the body of the man is trekking. Nepal one of the wonderful country in Nepal  where many benefit for the travellers. It is the country birth places of the light of Asia-Lord Buddha and country of the himalayas plus Nepal have a Everest himalaya which is  biggest mountain in the world. Even small country Nepal there are more than 92 spoken language and 124 culture of the ethnic group. Trekking in Nepal gives you cultural, religion, historical, geographical and anthropological views of the life.Since 1980 there are more trend to trekking in Nepal.  
  


Manaslu trekking: manaslu round trekking takes 16-20 days. You can connect with Tsum valley trekking just 6 days more. Manaslu trekking is best trekking in Nepal. It need a special permission from the immigration of Nepal. It is the compulsion hiring a trekking Guide and joining in the Trekking agency for the manaslu trekking in Nepal. Manaslu trekking in Nepal, opened in 1991  and developed slowly as a Tea house manaslu trekking in Nepal. For the manaslu trekking there are many ways opearaton. In the package trip and service trip. In the package trip of the manaslu trip included the full board service such as Three times meals in mountian with accommodation. Local transportation , trekking document(Manaslu conservation area permit, Trekking permit issue from the immigration of Nepal, local transportation by bus, English speaking Trekking Guide in Nepal.
Permit cost of manaslu trekking: permit cost of manaslu trekking  $70 usd  per week and manaslu conservation area cost Rs. 2000 NPR.
check point of the Manaslu trekking : Manaslu trekking first check point is Jagat, trekking permit of Manaslu and Tsum valley are checking in  the jagat by manaslu conservation area. Second checking point  is in philim 3 hours walking distance from Jagat. Jagat is the village where Nepal police checking your permit of the manaslu and Tsum valley. Second check point of Manaslu trekking areas is in Namrung , mainly winter november othwerwise same police man checking samdo village. Boarder between  Nepal and tibet. After Namrung village manaslu Sama gaon is the checkig point for the manaslu trekking permit. There are manaslu conservation checking point. if you have only  manaslu trekking permit but no Trekking Guide hiring there are objection to go further trekking. Those trekking agency made manaslu trekking permit for the trekkers without Guide, this treking agency also listed in black list by permit checking point of  manaslu trekking in Nepal.
Manaslu trekking Budget: In the package trip for the tea house manaslu trekking it cost $1250 usd, $1150 usd. It is depend upon days. if  you joining the  throng la pass after larkya la then budget will be calculation. so, it is nice to ask trekking agency days and budget for this trip.
Manaslu trekking itinerary:
   Manslu trekking itinerary can be modified and normally it takes 14-16 days. if you like to join Tsum valley only manaslu trekking takes 20 days. Further like to extended the annapurna throng la , it will takes more than 20 days. please ask with us customatized the trip of the manaslu according to your budget and total holidays in Nepal.
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