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1. Himalayas: The Himalayas have captured people’s imagination. The Himalayan Republic of Nepal sits as the roof of the world, stretching 500 miles from east to west and 150 miles from north to south. With fully one-third of the great snow-capped Himalaya contained within its borders, Nepal is the land where there are eight of the 14 above 8000 meters peaks soar above the countless 6000m and 7000m and smaller peaks making it without doubt the world’s best trekking destination. Nowhere in the world will you see such a sight, four eight thousanders at a sight- Mt. Cho Oyu, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse and the highest Mt. Everest at 8848 while on Everest Base camp trek. You can see rest of the others in Annapurna, Manaslu and Langtang trekking area those are named after the massifs they host. The feet of these mountains provide the platform for grandest trekking in the world.
2. Variety of Trails at the foot of Himalaya: Nepal is Trekker’s Paradise. Nepal is the jewel in the world’s trekking crown, states the popular traveler and travel writer Mark Horrell. Nepal comes first in the list of trekking destinations of trek lovers. Situated in the shadow myriad soaring peaks including Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain at 8848m Nepal is a land of geographic icons, historic adventurers, and countless treasures. South of the country, comprises plains and foothills – a lush, lowland tropical jungle fed by winding rivers. In the north, the land quickly ascends to rolling hills, a land of verdant valleys, vertiginous ridges, canyons, gorges, and craggy summits, gradually unfolding to ever higher, sparsely inhabited reaches. At its highest zone, where the air is thin and clean, the mountains of Nepal are dominated by snow-fall and slow-moving glaciers, ethereal arctic vistas of ice, rock, and swirling white clouds. All these make Nepal a best trekking destination in the world with variety of trekking routes from lower altitude, moderate altitude to challenging high altitude making trekking in Nepal a must to do activity before you die.
3. Natural Diversity: Away from the towns, on the open trail, the breeze rushes down from peaks over 8,000 meters tall, scraping the edge of the troposphere. The great range of altitude from the lowland plains to the high peaks of the Himalaya has produced an unparalleled diversity of habitats from tropical forests in the south to alpine grasslands in the north, supporting a tremendous variety of flora and fauna. On your trekking in Nepal you will rewarded by sightings of variety of wild species that are globally threatened such as the Tiger, Snow Leopard, Indian Rhinoceros and Gharial. Nepal’s 20 protected areas cover 23.23 percent of its land. Its 10 national parks, three wildlife reserves, six conservations areas and one hunting reserve cover various geographical locations from the sub-tropical Terai jungles to the arctic Himalayan region. Chitwan National Park and Sagarmatha National Park are listed by UNESCO as Natural World Heritage Sites. Comprising only 0.1 percent of the total land area on a global scale, Nepal possesses a disproportionately rich biodiversity. Of the total number of species found globally, Nepal possesses 2.80 percent plants, 3.96 percent mammals, 3.72 percent butterflies and 8.9 percent of birds. Nepal is home 850 species of birds and more than half of these are found in the Kathmandu Valley. Discover the wild and unspoilt beauty while on Nepal trekking, trekking through its
4. Cultural Richness: While on trekking in Nepal, you will discover the great biological diversity of Nepal is matched by an equal richness of human cultures with many quite distinct ethnic groups f diverse origins occupying different parts of the country, each adapted to the particular natural environment of their area. Tight knit and adapted to the climate and altitude, the mountains that you trek in Nepal have shaped the way of life of the people living in the mountains as well as the low lands. Nepal is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic country. The Nepalese society has acted as the melting pot for various ethnic groups. Almost all of these ethnic groups have their own languages. Nepalese art is heavily inspired from Hinduism and Buddhism. The 2 millennium old Hindu and Buddhist heritage has survived various onslaughts and is still influencing the Nepalese art and craft tradition. Most of the culture in the high mountains is shaped by Buddhist beliefs. Get touched during your trekking in Nepal by the fact that the religion seem driving daily lives with prayer flags and mani stones (stones with prayers carved into them) as constant reminders of the interconnectedness of life and the will to treat others in kind. The Hindu religion though dominate the other region of the country seem quite harmonious to the minority of Islam, Christian, etc, thus Nepal exhibit an example of religious harmony to rest of the world fighting in the name of religion. Each town has a monastery or two and these temples are meeting places as well as having religious significance.
5. Photography: Nepal is most photogenic country. Rough Guides has listed Nepal as no 1 photogenic country in the world. The Himalayas, snow-capped peaks decorated with prayer flags, mountains, colorful rhododendron forests, roaring white rivers, shimmering lakes, beautiful villages and farmlands, cascading waterfalls makes every Nepal trekker a photographer. Trekking in Nepal is the best to get connected to the nature and her magnificent gifts and once you are connected, they make you a passionate photographer. Every bends of mountains, every river, every peak seduce you to take a snap. If possible, it is good idea to have a short photography course before heading for trekking in Nepal to capture the best of Nepal in your camera.