Providing aspirants a less exacting mountain climbing experience, Island Peak trek tops out at 6189 meter, where trekkers can obsess sublime spectacles of lush forested valleys and serene mountain ranges. The name “Island Peak” was given to Imja Tse because of its appearance from a distance: an island amidst a sea of ice. If you’re a novice trekker with some basic rope handling and mountaineering skills, Island Peak, is your ideal mountaineering objective.
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Manaslu, the eighth highest peak of the world is situated in one of the most remote places in Nepal. The Manaslu trekking presents hikers a life-long experience of thrill and adventure. Trekkers trail through the ancient salt trading route, following the river bank of Budi gandaki, lead by numerous iconic suspension bridges. Despite of its low popularity, trekkers who embark this trip pompously praise it as one the the most beautiful places on earth.
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Annapurna Base camp is the most popular trekking destination of Nepal after Everest Base camp. The breathtaking mountain sceneries in Annapurna range including majestic Mt. Machapuchare and Mt. Dhaulagiri provides a one in a lifetime adventure.
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