Hiking in Nepal
Nepal is a hilly country. Several hill stations are popular for hiking. Within short period of time the art and traditional culture of people can be observed while hiking in hills. Not only the life styles of people but also the beautiful mountain range, deep valleys, different species of bird and flowers can be observed during hiking.
The most popular hiking includes bird watching, rhododendron forest, magnificent Himalayan range and generous local villagers with their unique tradition and culture. Nagarkot, Daman, Kakani, Dhulikhel, Chisapani, Poon hill, Helambu and Shivapuri are the few most popular hiking site.
Kathmandu-Nagarkot HikingAround Kathmandu valley hiking is possible throughout the year. There is several small hill station towns which have superb location and outfit from which beautiful mountains, sun rise view and many more can be observed. Nagarkot is one the popular hill station near by Kathmandu. It lies on the northeastern rim of the
Dhulikhel is next hiking site near by city which is 32km from Kathmandu. Like Nagarkot Dhulikhel is also popular for sunrise view and panoramic view of world highest peak Mt. Everest and many others peak above 8000 meters. Nagarkot is a single day hiking from Kathmandu whereas Nagarkot Dhulikhel
The Kakani - Nagarkot hiking is four days in total. The Kakani is situated at north-west of Kathmandu; one can see the mountain landscape of central Nepal, a vast collection of majestic peaks stretching from Ganesh Himal to the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. There is an unusually perfect blending of the imposing mountain scenery with the more sylvan environment of the lower valleys.
Everest HikingThe Everest region is world renown for adventurous trekking and hiking. In this region the world highest Sagarmatha national park is placed with abundant flora and fauna. Still Yeti is mystery. Basically, Everest region is popular for trekking and expedition but we have been experimenting short hiking possibility from Lukla to Namche
Langtang lies to the north of Katmandu near the Tibetan border. The Langtang valley is also called "the valley of glaciers". The region holds mountain peaks such as the Langtang Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Langshisa, and Gonja La Pass. The scenic holy village of Tarkegyang is famous in the region. This region is also famous for trekking and
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, and sub-tropical to alpine vegetation, Buddhist monasteries, Muktinath Temple, villages, ethnic people, their culture and lifestyle. The region consists of Annapurna peaks, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurnas I, II, III & IV, Kali Gandaki River and several climbing peaks.
It is one of the most prominent peak 2829m/ 9050ft. high, which surrounds the valley of Kathmandu. This mountain, as its name suggests (Phul means flower in Nepali) is a natural garden of wild roses, yellow jasmine, iris and other native flowers. The summit is a rich grove of rhododendrons of various hues. A jeep able road leads to the top of the hill where there is a Buddhist shrine.
Pokhara valley is popular because of its rare combinations of snow clad peaks and snow fed lakes and rivers which helped the valley of Pokhara (210 km/ 31 miles from Kathmandu) one of the most picturesque natural attractions in Nepal. A must for all visitors to Pokhara valley is the Fewa Lake. A half day excursion of the Pokhara market, the cap factory and Seti gorge.