The Himalayan region is one of the most beautiful gifts that nature has given to the countries of the Indian subcontinent. And the ways to experience this gift are abundant and beautiful. But best of all is trekking. Trekking is the best way for people to interact and get familiar with the mighty Himalayas.
It can range from short to long, easy to steep, low to high, and so on. But one thing that remains constant is the artistry of the mountains. Here are the top five treks shared by India and Nepal.
Vast gorges and rivers, deep valleys and breathtaking glaciers is what the Annapurna Circuit has to offer its trekkers. The route along the trek includes some Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage sites that are worth checking out.
The most suitable trek for those who have just started mapping the mountains is the Ghandruk Loop at the foot of the Annapurna. The trek takes you through the Gurung villages where a cup of tea is sure to become the elixir of the day.
Trek through the Langtang Valley is another popular trek that is close to the Tibetan borders. One of the most aesthetically pleasing parts of the trek is the trail through the bamboo forests and waterfalls, making the hike up the mountain well worth the effort.
Nagarkot to Dhulikhel
A trek that will be as smooth as a day hike, the trek from Nagarkot to Dhulikhel is one of the best routes. In addition, it is recommended not to miss the sunrise from several vantage points during the trek.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp
If you want to experience the fun of the trek with some extra peace of mind, you can go for the less trodden trek and visit the base camp for the third highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga. You will find beautiful tea houses where you can also take a rest along the way.
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