We hike for various reasons. Some hike to observe the sunrise or set from the horizon; a few desire to walk across the mountains and spend cold nights within warm tents; a few want to discover beautiful lake and take a refreshing dip inside or just stay there at poignant contemplation (maybe it is possible to write a poem or two); some prefer to witness the diverse forms of existence, not just that of strange plants and animals but also people growing in various environments; and, a few just like to chill at the wilderness.
To my knowledge, the bounded territory of Nepal, whose soil won’t ever be lapped by the wild sea waves, can meet 3 hiking motives of the thirsty adventurers.
Hike to the Lakes
You can nevertheless find jewels, while many of the terrific areas of the world, be it that the twinkling stars or the majestic snow decks are silhouetted against the sky. Among these jewels are the lakes spawned from the sweat of their Himalayas. Just envision a temperate lake, calm and cool; then imagine a gorgeous snow peak looming gracefully behind those lakes, and voila, it is a double”breath-taking” scenario. Today, popular in this market of lake trails of Nepal, excluding the Fewa Tal of Pokhara, will be the Gokyo Lake Trek and the winding trail from Langtang to the sacred Gosainkunda.
Exotic Mountain Landscape
Where there are mountains, you will find trails. And, Nepal has dozens and dozens of mountain biking paths to offer. After all, it’s the land of Everest (8848m), along with seven additional mighty mountain peaks, including Lhotse (8516m), Manaslu (8156m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Annapurna (8091m) and Kanchenjunga (8586m), all of which make it into the listing of world’s top ten highest peaks. With fifty other mountains that are noble and so many peaks, it’s no wonder Nepal is frequently regarded as the capital of the planet.
Know the Nepali
Hiking isn’t about exploring the wilderness all. It’s also about discovering the diverse forms of human life and culture. Thankfully, Nepal delivers the hikers a chance to stay in a few of the lovely hamlets tucked beneath the hills, as a guest in the home of a local. Worry not about the lodging while the houses may not seem enough that is modern. It’s great, although less par into the 5-star resorts that you’re utilized to but the hospitality of the Nepalese is constantly of “5-star” quality or so they say. Yeah, this and several other queer things, temples, cultures, waterfalls and vibrant celebrations are available for you as you register to your Sirubari Village Homestay or the Ghalegaun Trek.