Whenever trekking is mentioned, Nepal takes center stage. Home to 8 of the world's 14 highest peaks, Nepal offers an abundance of trekking trails, many considered the best in the world. Despite being a relatively small country, Nepal is blessed with extensive geographic diversity, giving rise to varied plant and wildlife species and distinct climatic regions. 

With over 60 years of trekking history, Nepal remains a top choice for global trekkers. The country presents a large number of trekking trails, ranging from easy to challenging, each offering a unique experience. Boasting diverse ethnic groups with rich cultures, including the majestic Mt. Everest (8848 M), diverse flora and fauna, and varied landscapes, trekking in Nepal is surely an unforgettable, once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

Nepal's trekking routes allow deep immersion with rural communities, providing insights into their cultures and lifestyles. The journey displays diverse wildlife encounters and breathtaking views of mountains, charming villages, rivers, valleys, high-altitude passes, lakes, glaciers, mixed forests, and thrilling suspension bridges. The trek also introduces travelers to various religious practices, including Buddhism, Shamanism, Bon, Nature Worship, and Hinduism, as observed by indigenous groups along the route.

Trekking in Nepal comes in two main types based on food and accommodation: Tea House Trek and Camping Trek. Tea House Treks rely on lodges and tea houses along the trail for food and accommodation services, while Camping Treks involve agencies providing all related services during the journey.