Unlike most of the trekking destinations in Nepal, Langtang valley trekking is less crowded, specially after the Earthquake in 2015. The trek offers a prominent view of snow-capped mountain ranges, glaciers, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Langtang National park in the region is also a sanctuary for endangered species like Himalayan black bear, Himalayan tahr, rhesus monkeys and red pandas.
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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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Everest Base Camp trek is one of the most common meeting ground, to all the independent trekkers from around the world, looking for trekking in Nepal. Every year starting from March to May, in the spring, climbers from around the world pass through this route, with a common dream of making it up to the summit of mighty Everest.
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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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Mardi Himal trek, situated in the east of Annapurna Base camp trek, is one of the most popular trekking destinations in Nepal. Hence, the trek is very suitable for novice trekkers, as it is a shorter trek with relatively low elevation. The immersive Himalayan vista offered by the Mardi Himal trek is also a reason for the growing popularity of this trek in recent years.
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