is the true homeland of mounts and mountains.
The astonishing and majestic mountains of Nepal attract tourists
from everywhere in the world. Extreme
sports, climbing, trekking,
randonnès, all find here
their ideal playing ground.
the world highest mountains are to be found here: Annapurna 80091mt
(26338ft), Cho Oyu 8201 mt (26899ft),
Dhaulagiri 8167 mt (26787ft), Kanchenjungha
8586mt (28162ft), Lhotse 8516 mt (27932ft), Makalu 8463 mt
(27758ft), Manaslu 8163 mt (26774ft) and the Mount Everest 8848 mt
(29021ft), the highest mountain in the world.
The Trekking is a sporting
activity which since long time provides a constant flow of visitors, for
Nepal is the destination of choice for trekking lovers.
Doing trekking means experiencing a
myriad emotions, from the easiest and short excursions to the most
daring and burdensome challenges to the snow clad peaks and the majestic
matter how easy, moderately difficult or difficult a climb in Nepal can be,
everyone will appreciate its
hille, its mountains, its inner parts.
The most convenient way to experiment the incredible natural beauty
and its cultural riches is to let himself
carried away by the trails and highnesses of Nepal.
Trekking in Nepal is a unique cultural experience as well as an
extreme Himalayan Adventure.
In Nepal you can choose
between very many trekkings,
from the shortest to the most engaging:
between the most classics the “EBC Trekking” , which leads to the
Everest Base Camp; the Annapurna Tour, the Dolpo and the Mustang.
The best trekking season is from March to May and from September to
December. However, the Country can be divided in three different
climatic regions: the
Himalayan Region with long cold
winters and dry and cool
Region of the Hills
with cold, dry winters and hot humid summers and the Terai Region -which
has a more moderate climate compared with the first two- but from July through September it must be classed as subtropical
While the Himalayan Region is ideal for Trekking and Alpinism the rest of
the Country offers very many occasions for a softer tourism, and visits to
Temples and first class natural parks.
Many Buddist and Induist Temples are waiting a visit from you.
It is indeed here that Siddharta,
the Gautham Buddha, founded its religious movement . In the Terai Region the
Royal Chitwan National Park awaits you, ready to offer exiting
elephant-back rides which can
put you in close proximity with
splendid rhinos, leopards and –with a bit of luck – even tigers.