Nepal , Abode of the Himalaya, is also known as Himalayan Kingdom in the world and well known country for all kind of outdoor adventures. Nepal is very famous for Mountaineering and Trekking. There are many popular trekking regions in Nepal such as Everest Trekking, Annapurna Trekking, Langtang Trekking, Manaslu Trekking and many more. Those places are visited by thousand and thousand of trekkers. Beside these places, we highly invite and encourage our guests to visit newly opened trekking routes of Nepal by Nepal Government. These places are the perfect answer for those trekking who are looking for something different, unique and freshness with adventure and also gives an ample opportunity to explore spiritual culture deserved by ethnic groups if Nepal, their livelihood, nature beauty, and of course snow capped high mountains.
The newly developed Chitwan Chepang Hill Trail is unique because of one of the most ethnic cultures of Nepal.-Chepang Culture. Chepang people speak theta own distinct Language leading a nomadic life and their primary lifestyle, hunting, foraging for wild roots and fishing and traditional farming near Jungle.
Guerrilla Trekking route, a newly launched trekking trail in Nepal, represents the civil war of Nepal in between Maoist and the government. This trekking route and map is revealed by the Maoist Leader Prachanda - a supreme commander in the guide book of entitled as “Guerrilla Trekking” with support of Mr. Alonzo Lyons (A writer of American Travel) on 2.10.2012.
Numbur Cheese Circuit Trekking is newly released trekking route in Nepal which is located in Ramechhap district of Nepal. This trekking gives you an ample opportunity to explore many ethnic groups and their unique cultures, livelihoods, breathtaking view of majestic Himalaya including Gaurishankar, Jugal and Mahalangur Himalayan range. This trekking also offers to see the Nepal’s first yak cheese factory
Panch Pokhari Trekking is one of the wilderness and newly opened non-tourist trekking route in Nepal which is named by five holy ponds and Hindus pilgrimage. Panch Pokhari trekking offers the pristine himalaya views, cultures and traditions deserved by ethnic groups of Nepal and also offering a trekking experience to the base of Jugal Himal towards north East of Kathmandu.
Tsum valley trekking starts from Arughat of Dhading District and climbs through the Philim village that heads up over a ridge leads to Ganesh Himal Base Camp and the Tsum Valley, which only opened to trekkers in 2008. The people of Tsum valley are called Tsumbas and they are migrated from Tibet long ago; much of their trade is with the Kyirong region of Tibet, which lies across two passes at the head of the Shar Khola Valley.