Few Trekking destination in Nepal

Poon Hill Trek

The trek route of Poon Hill is a 40 km/25 mi journey through the Annapurna Sanctuary with a duration of 3-4 days. A TIMS card and a permit from the sanctuary are both required. You can either do it independently, in the company of a guide or porter, or together with a group. The starting point is Nayapul, around 2 hours away from Pokhara by bus and the ending point is Ghandruk. As you reach its peak at 3131 m (Poon Hill), you’ll have ascended 3000 m in total and descended 1996 m altogether. On average, each person will pay about US$25 per day to cover accommodation and food (Nepali, Chinese & Western).

Mardi Himal Trek

The Mardi Himal trek is a 40 km/25 mi journey that lasts for 4 days. To be able to take this trip, you’ll need both a TIMS card and an Annapurna Sanctuary permit. One can either choose to do it alone, with a guide/porter or in a group. The main starting point of the trek is Kande while the main finishing point is Siding. The highest point of the trek is the Mardi Himal Base Camp which stands at 4500 m! There will be 3274 m of ascent and 3731 m of descent during the whole trek. The cost per person per day averages around US$23 and there are accommodations available such as guesthouses or camping (which is only acceptable in lower altitude places). Regarding food, one can find Nepali, Indian, Western and Chinese dishes.

NPR 3000/US$23 to pay the fee, it’s paid in cash in local currency (Nepali Rupees)

Annapurna Circuit trek

The Annapurna Circuit trek is one of the most popular treks in Nepal. This trek is known for its beautiful scenery, including green hillsides and valleys filled with flowers. Along the way you’ll see Hindu temples, Buddhist monasteries and shrines, as well as Gurung villages where people live off farming and yak herding. You’ll also pass through forests where you might see monkeys or even bears.

The 260 km/161 mi trek takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, including the Annapurna Range, which is home to some of the highest peaks on Earth. You’ll pass through villages that have been there for centuries, and see temples that were built centuries ago. The Annapurna Circuit trek takes about 15 days to complete if you’re walking at a moderate pace (about 4 hours per day).

You can do this trek independently, with a guide/porter or in a group. If you choose to go alone, you’ll need a TIMS card (Trekkers Information Management System) and an Annapurna Sanctuary permit (costs NPR 2440/US$22 per person per day). If you choose to go with a guide/porter or in a group, they will provide these documents for you at no extra charge (though they will charge for their services).

The trek starts in Bhulbhule (7 km after Besisahar), where there are plenty of guesthouses and restaurants where you can rest before starting your journey up into the mountains. There are also shops here if you need anything before heading out onto the trail itself.

If you’re looking for an adventure that will leave you feeling like you’ve accomplished something great but aren’t sure where to start with your planning process, this is definitely one option worth considering!

From these trips you can gain experience about trekking and can attend Everest base camp trek. If you are interested in climbing then Nepal offers Mount Everest, Lhotse, Mera Peak, Ama Dablam, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak Manaslu and Makalu.

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