Trekking in Nepal is the unsurpassed adventure activities which make Nepal one of the most excellent destinations for spending your leisure. Trekking in the finest trails of Nepal provides the best occasion for you to experience the diversity of Nepalese art, culture, nature, history and many more. Nepal consists of probably the greatest trekking routes and the reason is that it is rich in its natural and geographical diversities as well as the homeland for the highest 8 peaks in the world. The highest eight peaks consists of the eight peaks leaving the ones in 2nd and 9th position namely Everest (8,848m), Kancenjunga (8,586m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,485m), Cho Oyu (8188m), Dhaulagiri I (8,167m), Manaslu (8,163m) and Annapurna I (8,091m) respectively. No doubt that Mt. Everest; the highest peak of the word lying in Nepal is a matter of pride and provides some of the best trekking trails within Everest region. Trekking in Nepal includes being familiar with the art, culture, tradition, nature and many more which is experienced walking the trails on foot for 5 to 7 hours. Nepal provides the variety of grades for trekkers for easy to challenging suitable for everybody from all age group. The best part of trekking in Nepal is that there are possibilities of trekking in each and every parts of Nepal. You also can choose the trekking destinations according to the most favorable seasons here. The best part of trekking in Nepal is the most unique culture, nature and the precious flora and fauna present at the foothills of the greatest hills and mountains.
There are mainly two types of trekking activities being conducted in Nepal and they are Tea House Trekking and Camping Trekking. Tea House Trekking is operate by consuming all the services from the local teahouses and lodges found on the trails and Camping trekking is operated by carrying all the required elements in trekking with the help of the porters and overnight and food at the camping tents.
Trekking activities need the best operator who help in providing the finest services and helps you choose the top destinations. Himalaya Heart treks and expedition established with a motto to present the best services in the year 2004 is one of the best trekking service providers in Nepal. The best service in trekking comprises of the best destinations, guides, porters, equipments and many more advices which is the responsibility of Himalaya Heart to provide you efficiently and effectively for your convenience.
Everest region is the second most popular Trekking area in Nepal. The region has lured thousand of adventure seekers to explore and experience high mountain valleys, high passes, Buddhist cultures and stunning Sherpa villages and incredible views of the lofty snowy mountain peaks of Mt. Everest (8848 m), Mt. Cho Oyu (8153m), Mt. Makalu (8470 m) Mt. Ama Dablam (6856 m) and many others.
North of Kathmandu, Langtang region is the third most popular trekking region in Nepal. Though easily accessible from Kathmandu, it remains relatively unspoiled and less developed.Several great days of pleasant walk through dense forest and traditional ethnic settlements takes you to the holy Gosainkunda Lake and alpine yak pasture of Kyangin Gompa.
The Annapurna Region lies toward the north of Central Nepal . The region is well known for the most dramatic natural scenery, deep valleys, gorge, high mountain passes, sub-tropical to alpine vegetation, Buddhist monasteries, Muktinath Temple , ancient villages,ethnic people, their culture and their lifestyle.
Set in a remote wilderness towards the eastern border of Nepal and India, far eastern region is the least explored area in Nepal to offer extraordinary treks along rarely visited trails to the foothills of Mt. Kanchanjunga and Mt. Makalu. This region was opened for trekkers in 1988 however it is still underdeveloped and trekkers must be fully self-sufficient.
This is a far and remote region of myths and adventures to be explored and where you can experience ancient culture, traditions, wilderness and flora & fauna. Most of the areas of this region are isolated from the outer world and only a few trekkers have ventured here so far. Compared to Nepal's other, more popular trekking regions, this region offers the feeling of real Nepal with its rural traditions.
Trekking in these Off the Beaten Trek offers serious trekkers an opportunity to get closer to nature and enjoy the pristine beauty of the high Himalaya in relative solitude. Far-flung Nepalese villages with a variety of different cultures and lifestyles, virgin forests with exotic plants and animals, hidden mountain valleys, rivers and waterfalls are other highlights of this kind of trekking.
Mustang trekking is very popular trekking in Nepal since the home ministry of Nepal announced the opening of restricted areas in October 1991. However, there is strict control over obtaining special permits from the department of immigration in order to protect local tradition from outside influence as well as to protect their environment.