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Nepal Trekking Package

Skyline Treks bring you excellent trekking holidays for thousands of clients each year on behalf of our international partners. Based on our knowledge, reach and know-how residential.

Nepal Trekking Package are proposed for adventure hikers who are planning holidays in the Himalayan region of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is the best way to know locals, culture and the beauty of Himalayan country. In Nepal there are numerous ways to arrange a trek because of two major factors. Firstly, inexpensive (by Western standards) professional and nonprofessional labor is available to carry loads and to work as guides and camp staff. Secondly, you can almost always find supplies and accommodation locally because there are people living in even the most remote trekking areas.

Trekking in Nepal is not necessarily wandering alone through an unexplored wilderness. As they walk along the well-marked trekking paths, travelers will often discover quite the opposite; hundreds of locals passing through each day as they haul food, water and other unusual provisions back to their small villages, along with dozens of fellow trekkers. The regularly-spaced villages and teahouses allow trekkers good opportunities to rest and recover, either for a few minutes or the night. The strong culture and complete easiness of the Nepalese people can also be witnessed as one traverse the hill tracks.

Skyline Treks bring you excellent trekking holidays for thousands of clients each year on behalf of our international partners. Based on our knowledge, reach and know-how residential.

The many possible ways of trekking in Nepal can be categorized into four approaches: backpacking, tea house treks, and self arranged treks and treks with a trekking company. There is a lot of overlap among these, because many aspects of each trekking style spill over into the next. A backpacking trek that stays a few nights in hotels has many of the attributes of a tea house trek. A tea house trek with porters starts to become a self-arranged trek. A self- arranged trek that uses the services of a trekking agency in Nepal is similar to the trekking company approach.

Everest Region Trek

Everest Region

Everest region trekking lies in the eastern half of Nepal which offers plenty of trekking experiences in its palette. From the well-developed trail to Everest base camp or treks to remote trekking trails to Everest; ‘The Everest Region Trekking’ has something in store for all sets of travelers. The Everest region trek is home to world-famous ‘Mount Everest’ and several other  8,000 meter high peaks; making sure to enthrall you with their beauty. .....

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Annapurna Region Treks

Annapurna Region Trekking

Annapurna Region Trekking every year almost 1,00000 trekkers flock to Annapurna region making it the most popular trekking destinations of Nepal. Why not? Annapurna region is home to a section of Himalayas that includes sky rocketing peaks of Annapurna I (8091 m), thirteen additional peaks over 7,000 m and 16 other peaks over 6,000 m ensuring you are completely taken  aback with Annapurna ranges white beauty. .....

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Langtang Region Treking

Langtang Region Trekking

Langtang region trekking is the closest trekking region to Kathmandu; it offers the great panorama of mountains, neatly placed villages and terraced landscapes. But the approach towards this region is very unique, as you can march towards this destination from a short taxi or a bus ride from Thamel to the roadhead at Shivapuri, which leads to the trail through the middle-hills countryside of Helambu valley......

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Eastern Himalayan Region Trek

Eastern Himalayan Region Trekking

Eastern Himalayan Region Trekking includes an eastern approach to Everest, Rolwaling, the Makalu Base camp and the Kanchenjunga. The eastern region of Nepal is remote. So, it is not so popular like other himalayan trekking region (Annapurna, Langtang, Everest) but this region have endless variety of places to explore, hiking climbing and village excursion tour. .....

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Off the Beaten Trail Trek

Off the Beaten Trail Trekking

Off the Beaten Trail Trekking - Some trekking areas in Nepal have only recently become known to Tourists and development is still in its infancy. Nevertheless, these areas have many things to offer Trekkers - both equally beautiful scenery compared to better known areas and culture that is more intact and less affected by Tourism development - therefore, more authentic. .....

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Restricted Area Trekking

Restricted Area Trekking

 Restricted Area Trekking - There are many parts in Nepal, where the entrance of ‘foreigners’ or ‘trekkers’ is controlled very strictly. The main reason for not allowing ‘outsiders’ in such areas is to protect the natural environment and culture from the outer-world influences. .....

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Easy and Short Treks in Nepal

Easy and Short Treks in Nepal

Easy and Short Treks in Nepal, a tiny yet profound Himalayan country is home to 8 of the World’s highest mountains. Each trail to these mountains passes through luscious dense forests, great wildlife experience, equally unique and exciting local ethnic people & their culture......

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Newly Opened Trekking Route

Newly Opened Trekking Routes of Nepal

Newly Opened Trekking Routes of Nepal - A traveler always seeks to explore new places, new sides of culture, unique traditions and remote civilizations. Keeping these aspects in mind, the Government of Nepal has introduced some new trekking routes to enable you meet the lonely villages, rich flora & fauna, and deepest valleys each offering something really unique to experience. .....

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Festival Trekking in Nepal

Festival Trekking

Festival Trekking in Nepal is not only known for its Himalayas but also very popular for unique culture, tradition and religious festivals. There are more than 50 festivals celebrated in Nepal each year. While the national festivals have fixed dates, religious festivals are set by astrologers following the lunar calendar. .....

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