Being home to eight of the fourteen highest mountains in the world, Nepal comes in number one alternative for Trekking and Hiking Junkies. Trekking in Nepal gives you a life-changing experience that cannot be found anywhere else. From high Himalayan ranges to the deepest George on the planet. Similarly, alpine vegetation to low grassland where The Royal Bengal Tiger resides. Nepal has always been Shangrila to travelers around the globe.

Nepal offers a vast range of world-class Trekking and Hiking activities for every kind of traveler. Verities differ from Tea House trek in Nepal to aspiring Camping Trek in Nepal. One can even stay in local homes and experience the local culture from a different perspective. Choose from easily accessible panoramic trekking like Poonhill Trek, and Upper Mustang Trek. Similarly, you can go for moderate and most famous trekking i.e. Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, etc. Similarly, if you are off the beaten path lover, you can join the less explored trekking destinations like Kanchenjunga Trek, Nar Phu Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, Rolwaling Trek, and Sherpani Col Trek to name a few. All in all, you can grab your kind of trip in mountains. Not only the seasonal treks but also off-season treks are great to commence for.

All in all, Trekking in Nepal is an incredible opportunity to behold the dominant Himalayan vistas. We, at High Altitude Nomads, will put together our best effort to make the little time of your life in Nepal, the most fascinating and worth remembering.

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Restricted Area Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is home to numerous mountains and remote high-altitude settlements, Restricted Area Trekking in Nepal has been famous among mountain lovers who are willing to the off-the-beaten trekking routes.

Due to the restriction of the Government for preservice, very few tourist visits this hidden gem. These places cannot be entered in a random way. Trekkers apart from Nepalese require special permission to enter those areas from the Department of Immigration of Nepal. To issue permits for this restricted area there must be a minimum of 2 people.

Most of the Restricted Area Trekking in Nepal is organized-based trekking. High Altitude Nomads has mastered ground handling of restricted area trekking in Nepal. We operate every organized trip locally with the best resources available. Due to many trekkers going to that restricted area, many places have developed tea house lodges making our trips easy and less expensive.

Restricted Areas like Upper Mustang, Manaslu Region, Trum Valley, and many other remote places nowadays offer basic tea house facilities.

Still, numerous Restricted areas like Kanchenjunga, Upper Dolpo, Dhaulagiri BC Trek, etc. require a full-fledged ground handling and organized trek.