Nepal is perfect and best for adventure trekking – coming very soon to Australia Adventures

It is frequently said that Nepal is perfect and best for adventure trekking destinations in the world for those trekkers who desire to do challenging adventure journey in Nepal Himalayan. Nepal is a small, Federal Democratic Republic country with total land area of 1, 47, 181 sq. km located in the South Asia surrounded by between two big countries china in the north and India in the south, east and west.

Our carefully designed entire trek itinerary to be released soon has unique features in terms of culture, nature, climate, mountains, flora, fauna, geography and inhabitant of people which is incomparable from each to another region. Some of the beautiful famous lakes touched by our trekking routes are Gokyo (Solukhumbu), Phoksundo (Dolpa) and Rara (Mugu) in the mountain region. Pokhara is known as city of cave and sacred lake.

When we trek in Nepal, we meet approximately 101 different ethnic groups scattered throughout any corner of the country with their own mother tongue estimated over 29 different speaking languages, unique identity in culture, custom and life style. Nepali is official state language widely spoken and understood by the majority of population. Customs and traditions of ethnic group in each part of region are also found different in terms of celebration of festival and religion.

Nepal has been divided into three regions on the basis of geographical structure including Himalayan region, Mild hill region and Terai region. The country contains highest and lowest point ranging from worlds highest mountains Mt. Everest at the height of 8,848m to the lowest point in Jhapa at the height of 60m. Experiencing rare wildlife animal, bird watching activities, culture and hospitality of ethnic community in Terai region is a great opportunity, included in our trekking package which has been covered with terraced rice fields and thick forest where as the Himalayan region is popular destinations for adventure activities that has been comprised with mountains, alpine pasture, blooming rhododendron national flower, limited forest and snow. All of us are familiar with information about 8 out of the 14 worlds highest mountains above 8,000m lie in the Nepals Himalayan region such as Mt. Everest (8,848m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m), Cho Oyo (8,201m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,163m), Annapurna (8,091m) and many more other popular small peaks. Some of our packages offer inner Himalayan valley Dolpo and Mustang categorised as windy, cold desert areas, influence of Tibetan plateau. While trekking in Nepal, we have to walk along the banks of biggest rivers, worlds deepest George- Kaligandaki, as well as cross across many suspension bridges into Bhotekoshi, Dudha Koshi, Karnali and Narayani rivers etc which are originally following from the high Himalayas.

Nepal is rich in biodiversity and nature comprising of 20 protected areas, 3 wildlife reserves, 6 conservation areas, 10 national parks, all of which trek region routes are crossed pass nearby through the National park with an amazing rare wildlife animals and birds like leopard, Himalayan tahr, musk deer, monkey, red panda, Nepal national bird- pheasant and many different species of birds. Annapurna region trekking also gives us the chance to visit the Chitwan National Park, listed UNESO as Natural World Heritage sites. Everest region trekking goes through enlisted UNESCO as Natural World Heritage Sites, Sagarmatha National Park.

(8,463m), Cho Oyo (8,201m), Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Manaslu (8,163m), Annapurna (8,091m) and many more other popular small peaks. Some of our holiday trip offers inner Himalayan valley Dolpo and Mustang categorized as windy, cold desert areas, influence of Tibetan plateau.

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