Nepal is a beautiful place to go trekking and enjoy the wonderful sights that surround you. Nepal is a place of wonder’s to just go and indulge in everything that nature has to offer. While trekking in Nepal you will notice the many beautiful mountains, rivers and country side. One of the most stunning beauties is Mt. Everest, in which you will find good reason to stare in awe and amazement. Nepal is one of the planets most beautiful places to visit. What better way to experience such wonder with trekking. Trekking is the sport of walking or hiking while enjoying your surroundings. This guide will give you some ideas on what you will need to know when trekking in Nepal.
The best time to plan your stay in Nepal for a trekking journey would be October thru November or February thru April. When traveling at the right time of the year you will be able to enjoy the views and scenery much more. Once you have made plans for a trekking trip to Nepal you will need a place to stay. There are many extremely affordable accommodations for your trekking adventure. Some places that you may consider if you don’t mind camping out is Lower Dolpo and Annapurna Circuit. Make sure to bring enough camping supplies so you can enjoy your trip comfortably. Other places that you may want to consider staying on your journey are places that have lodging accommodations. Some locations of lodging include Gokyo Lakes, Peak and Renjo La as well as Siklish, Begnas Lake and Lamjung. These are just a few recommendations on places to stay while visiting Nepal. There are many other options out there and or worth the research.
Maybe you are wondering what types of clothing and other items you should bring with you on your Nepal trekking adventure. The accepted apparel would be long pants and shirts that are not revealing. Don’t bring cut offs or low cut shirts, this type of outfit is not readily accepted in Nepal. When packing your clothing for your trip make sure to add good sturdy well supported boots. Other essentials are a first aid kit, hat to cover your head, sunscreen and lotion, bath supplies, water bottle, urination bottle, sunglasses and trekking poles to name a few. The list can go on and on pick and choose what you may think is essential to your Nepal trek.
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