Nepal is one of the well-known for adventurous activities where you get to the experience the high pass and also small or tranquil trekking with the pleasant views of the Himalayas. Trekking through varied natural landscapes, diverse flora and fauna, exploring different cultures and typical traditions of communities with their welcoming nature and warm hospitality are the least features you get to enjoy at this magnificent Himalayan country which can be one of the best experiences you get in your entire life.
For those enthusiastic people who want to relish the breathtaking and splendid views of the gorgeous Himalayas, we have different packages – one-day hiking, a couple of weeks, or long adventurous or challenging trekking expedition. On these treks, on the trials, you get along with the innocent different ethnic group from different communities living here. You get ample of time to explore their ancient cultures, tradition and get a glimpse of their lives far away and untouched from modernization. Exploring the mystical land, exploring their culture and traditions and trekking through the diverse flora and fauna of the Himalayan region, different landscapes with the views of numerous snow-capped peaks, glaciers, cascading waterfalls, trekking through the sub-tropical region to alpine region are some of the highlights.
On the beaten trails of Nepal - one of the trekker's paradise destination; practically trekking on foot - is an exclusive way to discover and make an expressive connection with the country. As trekking, we will ascend and descend around 5-7 hours and 9 to 15 kilometer a day. With our qualified guides and porters, you will be trekking getting full details about the surrounding, routes and come across exploring the local cultures. We will be also be trekking through the huge dense rhododendron, bamboo and oak forests and crossing several small hamlets. Each other day, we will be visiting 2 - 4 villages and crossing several rivers through log passages or through suspension bridge.
The Himalayan region of Nepal contains some of the supreme well-known trekking routes; it’s not rare to cross the snowfields in the early morning and bath in sub-tropical rivers in the late afternoon. For the most part, trekking routes are well voyaged by local people, however, remains unmarked without signposts. You will rapidly learn to explore by yourself!
At Accent Himalaya, our first priority is the safety of the travelers and we will do everything possible for safety. On your trek, first - our tour guides will take you to the respective location booked and from there on we will be heading for exploration. As for the mountain trekking, as soon as you wake up - you will be served breakfast and then we start our trek (for 3 - 4 hours) in the morning and stop for a lunch and after lunch we will be trekking another 2 - 3 hours alongside the tracks which tie Nepal’s tiny hamlets and numerous of ancient trading routes instigated from Tibet. Here we have sufficient time for taking pictures or further pursue own interests, particularly on less strenuous treks.
Accent Himalaya has been very successful to manage trekking package from at least a day to about a month-long adventure trek.
We also have divided the treks according to the level of physical fitness. For the novice climbers, we have tranquil and easy going, budget trek and also well prepared and analyzed itinerary for you to get the max out of your trip. We also customize the itinerary that fits your vacation schedule. We also arrange and manage your trip in solo or in a group. You can go to our website and choose the different routes where we have given a brief intro on all the trek destinations with days, full itinerary, trip notes, include and excludes in the cost and much more.
On the detailed itinerary, you can visualize what’s going to happen or how about for your stay or how long and more information about the surroundings and the program itself you are about going to experience. Allow us to be your travel guide for Nepal as well as other top trekking destinations like Bhutan and Tibet.