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Other Area Trekking

Other Area Trekking

Accept Everest, Langtang and Annapurna there are dozens of most popular trekking trails in Nepal. The Dolpo area if the naturally personification of high passes, covered by flora and fauna and the more significantly massive picturesque Himalayan ranges which are covered by Tibetan traditional cultural heritage.  Dolpo arealies between Dhaulagiri Himalayan range and Tibet from south and north known as regarded as blend of natural and cultural phenomena.

In 1991 the Dolpo region was open for trekkers and lies north side of Himalayas which is rain shadow region of Nepal which is pretty similar like Upper Mustang.  The restricted area of Nepal you must be in two or more to enter the Mustang to Lomangthang. You must need 3 weeks or over time to finish Dolpo passing elevation of 5,115 meters. Located on eastern part on the border of India Kanchenjunga Trek offers massive landscapes including low land to High Himalayan range with Mt. Everest too. Kanchenjunga is second highest mountain in Nepal and third highest peak in the world. The region is covered bt Rai and LImbu people. Close to the Kanchenjunga Makalu Base Camp Trek is equally popular however tea house and lodges facilities are not available most of the nights.

To explore most spectacular ranges the Manaslu Trek being new and popular would be best choice too. Likewise Tsum valley can be combined with Manaslu Trek. Tea houses facilities are available in Manaslu And Tsum valley region.

Other Area Trekking

Kanchenjunga Base CampKanchenjunga Base Camp On the world's 3rd highest mountain amidst pristine wilderness superb view, in the midst of the virgin rhododendron & alpine forest, least accessible isolated trails, high passes, warm friendly locals, traditional villages, and in the end of the highest Himalayan chain of mountains.View More
Makalu Base CampMakalu Base Camp Friendly locals, traditional villages with superb views of the worlds highest snow capped mountain range, panoramic flight and walking in the midst of the rhododendron, alpine forest, on the least accessible isolated route, high passes and in the virgin Barun Valley enrich in flora & fauna.View More
Upper Mustang TrekUpper Mustang Trek The Upper Mustang Trek -explore the Tibetan civilization of their characteristic along with Buddhist culture, till the last decade it was prohibited region, rain shadow area with massive landscapes, charming locals and impressive sights with snow covered Himalayan peaks. View More
Dolpo - The Bon KingdomDolpo - The Bon Kingdom On the old Trans-Himalayan caravan route, ancient Bonpo (pre-Buddhist) culture and on the legendry snow leopard trail, least visited area, Nepal's wild-wild west, ancient tradition and villages on the backdrop of the high snow capped peaks, serene forest and pristine lakeView More
Upper Dolpo & The Shey GompaUpper Dolpo & The Shey Gompa On the far wild north western region of Nepal, in absolute wilderness view of array of peaks in the hidden valleys under the clear crystal blue sky journey into the remote cultural destination.Dolpo, located in the midway between the Tibetan Plateau and the Dhaulagiri Himal.View More
Manaslu TrekManaslu Trek Being new Trek destination in Nepal, the Manaslu Trek over Larke pass is getting more popular. Compared to other old trekking destinations like Everest and Annapurna, this is an ideal trek for those who prefers to observe the delegate remote living with stunning Himalayas including Gorkha bazaar and ends at Beshishar. View More
Tsum Valley Trek To explore the world’s remotest Himalayan Valley which is also restricted region of Nepal, the Tsum Valley Trek in Nepal offers lovely vistas, and locals, charming Himalayan peaks and traditional culture. Located in Sringi Himal and Buddha Himalayan range the trek reaches at majestic Himalayas. It looks totally different then you can view anywhere else as it is closer to Tibet. View More