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Trekking in Nepal

There are a number of different trails to choose from when trekking in the Annapurna region of Nepal. The Annapurna Circuit route heads north, crossing the Dudh Koshi River before entering the Khumbu region. There are also two routes that take you through Sagarmatha National Park: the Jorsale and the NAMCHE BAZAAR. These two routes pass through the valley floor and lead to the base camp and the North Annapurna Icefall in trekking in Nepal.

Food is cheap in Kathmandu and Pokhara, and you can find snacks on the trek for very little money. Food is generally reasonably priced on the trek, but prices can increase as you get higher. You can buy mini bars for cheap on the trail, but it is better to carry your own than relying on restaurants. If you’re looking for a sweet fix, you can eat dried fruit instead of chocolate. Be aware of plastic wrappers, however.

The second most popular time to trek in Nepal is spring, when giant rhododendron trees bloom across the hills. The weather is mild and pleasant during spring, and the trekkers are rewarded with views of many animals, including monkeys. However, spring hiking can be busy, and the sky is often hazy, obscuring mountain views. However, hazy skies are usually less of an issue if you hike in higher altitudes.

Although the climate in Nepal is generally favorable, summer isn’t a good time to go trekking in the Himalayas. This is because of the monsoon season, which brings mudslides and leaches to the mountains, preventing you from seeing the view. Also, many regional guesthouses will be closed during this time. But don’t let this put you off – there are plenty of trekking opportunities in the country!


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