Special Area Trekking

Some of the remote areas of Nepal were restricted for foreign visitors until 1991. After multiparty democracy in Nepal, rule has been changed together with new democratic constitution regulation and opened for visiting the most inaccessible and firmly controlled area in Nepal.


Mustang Trekking

The Kingdom of Lo in the Mustang Region of Nepal is one of the most remote kingdoms on earth. One of the few remaining authentic Tibetan cultures still left in the world, the northern part of this astounding kingdom is open to a small number of fortunate permit holders each year.

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Manaslu Trekking

Manaslu (8,156m) is the world’s eighth highest peak. From the Hindu middle hills culture to the Tibetan high-country dwellers, the Manaslu Circuit trek in the heart of the Nepal Himalaya is a cultural trek par excellence, without a doubt one of the best treks in Nepal.

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Dolpo Trekking

Dolpo remains a truly isolated corner of Nepal: time has stood still here for centuries as the inhabitants of Tibetan stock continue to live, cultivate and trade the way they have done since time immemorial.

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Nar Phu Valley Trekking

Narphu valley trekking is newly open trekking trail in Annapurna region. Nar phu valley trekking has been opened for the trekkers only since 2003.

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Arun Valley Trekking

The Arun valley provides really superb views of both Mt Everest and Mount Makalu. It is located between the Sagarmatha and Makalu-Barun National Parks.

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Kanchanjunga Base Camp Trekking

Mt. Kanchenjunga is the third highest in the world at 8,598m, it sits spanning the Nepal/Sikkim border only a few miles from Tibet. This route was opened to trekkers in 1988, though people have trekked in the area in connection with mountaineering expeditions since the turn of the century.

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Rara & Jumla Trekking

Rara is a good destination point for trekking in the west. In the western part of the country, this area is protected by the Rara National Park.

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