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Nepal is a landlocked country with a population of 30 million and borders with Tibet (China) on one side and India on the other three. It is nearly four times the size of Switzerland and has the Himalaya Mountains all along its Northern border with Tibet.  The country has 23 official languages which is indicative of the ethnic mix to include many tribal and ethnic groups throughout the land. The country has a rich history and was an independent monarchy until five years ago when it became a Democratic Republic.  Unlike neighbouring India, Nepal was never actually under British rule, but there are strong links with the UK - the most visible sign being the Brigade of Ghurkhas in the British Army.

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Nepal is a landlocked country with a population of 30 million and borders with Tibet (China) on one side and India on the other three. It is nearly four times the size of Switzerland and has the Himalaya Mountains all along its Northern border with Tibet.  The country has 23 official languages which is indicative of the ethnic mix to include many tribal and ethnic groups throughout the land. The country has a rich history and was an independent monarchy until five years ago when it became a Democratic Republic.  Unlike neighbouring India, Nepal was never actually under British rule, but there are strong links with the UK - the most visible sign being the Brigade of Ghurkhas in the British Army. This battalion is made up of volunteers mostly from the mountainous regions and one major constituent of the army is the Gurung people who are mostly found in the Annapurna region. A major ethnic group in the Everest area is the Sherpa people – a Sherpa is often the term used for a porter, generally because most of the porters in the region are of Sherpa descent. Without doubt, Nepal is financially one of the poorer countries in the world, but the people are ever happy and smiling, so kind welcoming to foreign visitors and they still maintain a way of life that holds many traditional values so often lost by countries holding greater monetary wealth.  However, it must be said that there are many cultural differences and always bear in mind that things are not always undertaken at the speed or in a way in which we are used to in the west so do travel with an open and patient mind.

Trekking holidays in Nepal

Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya is seen by most walkers as the ultimate trek that can ever be undertaken. No-one will ever leave Nepal without agreeing with this statement! You will have the opportunity to walk along good paths through Gerang or Sherpa villages alongside glacier-sourced mountain streams with the highest mountains in the world as a constant backdrop. You will see outstanding physical features in the landscape, visit ancient monasteries, experience life without mechanization as well as having the opportunity to interact with the local cultures of the people that have been farming this beautiful land for centuries.  The paths are generally well maintained as they are the ‘highways’ interlinking communities. Steeper sections are stepped for ease of use and all the treks have a number of suspension bridges to encounter.  The paths are all used by the local people for their everyday living as there are no roads in the Everest Khumbu Region and only a few kilometers on the outskirts of the Annapurna Region.  During every hike you will encounter porters carrying their huge loads and caravans of yaks or dopziu (part yak, part cow) packed with all the essentials of hillside living, as well as some non essentials for the tourists!




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Annapurna Foothills Higher Grade Hotels

Walking holidays in Nepal - Annapurna Foothills Higher Grade Hotels - Click Here For Larger Image The Annapurna region has long been one of the most popular hiking regions in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks.  In addition to experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries, but now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers. You will walk through Rhododendron forests which offer an unforgettably colourful  sight, and through giant bamboo stands above fast-flowing mountain rivers filled with melt water as they pass through deep gorges.

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Annapurna Foothills Standard Grade Lodges

Walking holidays in Nepal - Annapurna Foothills Standard Grade Lodges - Click Here For Larger Image The Annapurna region has long been one of the most popular hiking regions in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks. In addition you experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries, but now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers. You will walk through Rhododendron forests which offer an unforgettably colourful sight, and through giant bamboo stands  above fast-flowing mountain rivers filled with melt water as they pass through deep gorges.

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Annapurna Sanctuary

Walking holidays in Nepal - Annapurna Sanctuary - Click Here For Larger Image The Annapurna Region has long been one of the most popular hiking destinations in Nepal. This is not surprising as it offers the hiker an opportunity to walk through spectacular varied scenery amongst majestic mountain peaks.  In addition, to experience Nepali mountain life passing through Gurung villages clinging to the mountain sides where farming has continued unchanged in its methods for centuries.  This way of life is now supported by providing hospitality for trekkers, both in lodge accommodation and porters to carry luggage for as with Everest Region, there are no roads to speak. During a trek up to Annapurna Sanctuary or trekking in the Foothills, you will walk through Rhododendron forests full of vibrant colours in Springtime, and through giant bamboos standing above fast-flowing mountain rivers filled with melt water as they pass through deep gorges. If you are making the trek to the Sanctuary you will experience all this plus a beautiful Himalayan amphitheatre surrounded by 6000 metre snow-capped mountains.  

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Everest Base Camp Higher Grade Hotels

Walking holidays in Nepal - Everest  Base Camp Higher Grade Hotels - Click Here For Larger Image A trek to Everest Base Camp with an ascent of Kala Patar to view the highest mountain on earth has to be a truly once in a lifetime experience.  However, anyone with a high level of fitness and good stamina can attempt this challenging trek to fulfil their ambition.  Although the distance of each hiking day may not always be long, the altitude will undoubtedly have an effect on your walking ability, but we take things slowly and with flexibility offering plenty of time to adjust your body to the altitude.

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Everest Foothills Higher Graded Hotels

Walking holidays in Nepal - Everest  Foothills Higher Graded Hotels - Click Here For Larger Image Walking in the Himalaya in Nepal is seen by most walkers as the ultimate trekking destination and few will leave Nepal having undertaken one of the treks we offer without agreeing with this statement. Walking in the lower regions of Everest you will have the opportunity to walk along good paths through Sherpa villages rich in their Buddhist culture and with much Tibetan influence.  Trails go alongside glacier-sourced mountain streams with the highest mountains in the world as a constant backdrop. You will see outstanding physical features in the landscape, visit ancient monasteries, experience life without mechanisation as well as having the opportunity to interact with the local cultures of the people that have been farming this beautiful land for centuries. 

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Everest Base Camp Standard Grade Hotels

Walking holidays in Nepal - Everest Base Camp Standard Grade Hotels - Click Here For Larger Image A trek to Everest Base Camp with an ascent of Kala Patar to view the highest mountain on earth has to be a truly once in a lifetime experience. However, anyone with a high level of fitness and good stamina can attempt this challenging trek to fulfil their ambition. Although the distance of each hiking day may not always be long, the altitude will undoubtedly have an effect on your walking ability, but we take things slowly and with flexibility offering plenty of time to adjust your body to the altitude.

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