Both domestic and foreign tourists like to explore remote places of Nepal for trekking purposes. In addition, trekking is more than just an act of delight, it helps the trekkers improve their physical as well as mental soundness.
There are hundreds of trekking routes in Nepal to explore but some of them are slightly more popular than others.
The Everest region is the most popular trekking region of Nepal. Annually more than 45000 international tourists visit the Everest region for trekking and mountaineering purpose. Everest Base Camp offers a lovely panoramic view of the Everest, remote untouched villages and cultures of Nepal, dense green forests, streaming mountain rivers, and snow-clad landscapes.
Begnas is another trekking route to follow if you want to experience the wonderful view of golden meadows, green hills, tiny lakes, and mountain ranges. This trek is comparatively shorter than most treks however the fun and scenery you will encounter are no less.
A warm and comfortable trek trail from Langtang to Ganesh Himal, Tamang Heritage Trail follows the borders of Nepal and Tibetan and circuits. The trek offers you a magnificent view of terraced crop fields, picturesque villages, traditional houses, and the companionship of hospitable locals.
Nar Phu Valley Trek covers several remote places during the trek including Nar and Phu villages situated at an altitude of 4110 meters and 3490 meters respectively. Thorang La pass is another high-altitude place you will come across during the trek with 5416 meters in height. The trekking route however starts from the exact same place as Annapurna Circuit Trek.
Mani Rimdu Festival is a 19-day long Buddhist festival honored in the Everest region. The celebration starts on the first day of the 10th month in the Lunar calendar. During this period of time, thousands of people, both local and international Buddhism followers come to the Everest region and experience the religious festival of Mani Rimdu.
The average cost of one day expense in Nepal is around $10. So, Nepal is a cheap country to travel to.
Yes, Nepal has low crime rates and is safe for tourists to travel.
The best month to trek in Nepal are October, November, and December. During these months the weather is clean and the views are sensational.