Nepal is a mountainous country in South Asia. It is a country rich in geography and culture. Nepal has eight of the ten highest mountains in the world including the world’s highest known mountain, Mount Everest. Nepal trekking holidays are popular. Trekkers from all over the world come to explore the spectacular Nepalese mountains. If you consider yourself as a hiker, or a lover of outdoor adventure and you have never thought of trekking in Nepal, you are really missing out big time. Everest Base Camp should top your list when you are planning to take a holiday in Nepal. Naturally, getting to the top of world’s tallest mountain requires experience. But, Everest Base camp can be reached by any trekker. Whilst Mount Everest is the main place to many people visiting Nepal, there are also other places that offer lovely trekking opportunities. Among them is Annapurna Massif. It is regarded as one of the most spectacular mountain range in Himalayas. This place is well known to veteran trekkers; it is the longest in Nepal trekking taking up to twenty one days to finish. Mera peak is the highest in Nepal that can be reached by trekking rather than climbing. You will begin your route in a beautiful forest before beginning the long ascent up to the peak itself. Enjoy the view of Himalayan Mountains when at the top. Nepal is not all about trekking. You can find your inner peace by walking in the streets of Nepal’s capital Katmandu. Experience the culture, the people and the history of Nepal. If you want to experience jungle adventure, there are many national parks and wildlife reserves in Nepal. Among them is Royal Chitwan National Park where you can enjoy guided jungle walks and jeep drives making your holiday in Nepal an unforgettable experience.
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