Nepal, a landlocked country, just like some of the countries of Europe, has an open border in the west, east, and south direction with India. Similarly, it has an open border with Tibet and China in the north direction. So, it lies between the two giants of Asia.Nepal is a traditional country; Nepal is a spiritual country that you realize as you visit its city, as well as its remote area. This is the way of Nepal; this is the style of Nepal, and this is one of the main characteristics of Nepal. Sandwiched between the two most developed countries of Asia, India and China, she is not willing to learn any new thing from them. In order to see why Nepal is not developing in full swing, you have to be like an audience, who sees and supports its team, but unsure who will win the match?

Nepal, categorized as a poor country, in terms of income per capita, was never colonized. But its snow-clad mountains that are the highest on Earth contains the natural beauties and gives the lasting impression to the world.

Nepal is a secular country, but it is predominantly a Hindu country, however, it has co-existed with other religions, such as the Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity and welcomes all of these with a wide open arm. When you see this, you see unity in diversity in Nepal and are in a country that displays a fine example of multicultural and multilingual that can be seen only in some parts of the world.

Nepal has different types of landscapes, from the Terai region to green lush forest to snow-covered mountains to the hottest region. She has 8 of the world’s highest mountains that are all 8000 m plus and that are amazing and a must see for the trekkers.

You always feel small when you stand in front of these mountains. They coincide with your biggest imagination. They are also the sources of income to Nepal and of the greatest rivers of India. They are also the source of water which is used for agriculture purposes and priceless. Overall, they are amazing for rafting.


Trekking in Nepal is interacting to the neighborhood individuals, culture, religion and way of life and in addition walking through backwoods of rhododendron, bamboo, oak, hemlock and visiting maybe a couple towns every day. You don’t need to be an Olympic competitor to handle the Himalayas. Nor do you require any extraordinary experience. Trekking is simply walking, and any individual who is tolerably fit and has a feeling of experience will appreciate hiking and Trekking in Nepal. Nepal is a definitive for the trekking devotee – offering a heap of potential outcomes from the short and simple to the demanding difficulties of the frigid pinnacles. Simple, direct or thorough – there is something for each sense of taste. Nepal has suitably been called ” A Trekker’s Paradise”� as her terrain – mountains, slopes and the Terai – offers probably the most terrific trekking courses on the planet. The enormous complexities in heights and atmospheres found here help a similarly breathtaking blend of ways of life, vegetation and untamed life. Trekking in Nepal is as much a social ordeal as a Himalayan experience. In the shadows and lower regions of the frigid pinnacles of the Himalaya, one passes pleasant charming towns inhabited by various ethnic gatherings. Treks change from undertakings, high height treks to straightforward simple paced strolls.


Everest Region is a place to go and trek on its hills, valleys, and terrains, and also to discover what is the Everest Base Camp Trek all about? Getting to the base camp is not that difficult because its trekking trails provide you natural wonders that will give you instant relief. It is the most popular trekking region of the world. The reason is it has the key elements for both general and adventure seekers. And its Everest Base Camp Trekking is to observe the world’s highest mountain called Mt. Everest. In addition, the region is also a home to towering 8000 m peaks. Along with this, it is a fine example of beautiful nature and local people living in harmony. Almost everybody comes to the Everest Region to see this mountain. This region has popular places like Dingboche, Lobuche and Gorakshep, which fulfill our dreams to see the close view of snow – covered mountains. Everest Region also has another highlight called the Everest View Hotel, which is a vantage point for seeing the breath-taking view of world’ best mountains. These mountains look as if they had been preserved for us. We will be at the source of pride when we reach Kalapathar for the memorable view of sunrise, as well as for the close view of Mt. Everest. Overall, Everest Region has uphills and downhills and beautiful mountain scenes, where we have to walk to reach the base camp.

Some domestic airlines fly daily from Kathmandu to Lukla, the starting point of the Everest Base Camp Trek. This airport is one of the extreme airports of the world, so make up your mind to overcome the fear of landing at Lukla, and look at this landing as an inspiring landing. On the way from Lukla, we see mountains like Lhotse, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, Tawache, Nuptse, Pumori, Kangtega, Cho Oyu and others.

The trekking trail, where we are walking is scenic and descends to the Dudhkoshi River and takes us to Phakding, the “Sagarmatha National Park”, Namche, Tengboche, and so on. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the trail, we see Buddhist colorful flags and meet traders.


Annapurna Region has alluring mountains and is one of the few regions of the world that makes your dream come true. Also, it has ever green forest, glaciated rivers, and the world’s deepest gorge that will set your mood. Each of these impresses you magically, and each part of the Annapurna has undeniably beautiful rich bio diversity. Call it the Annapurna Region or the Annapurna Sanctuary; both mean the same thing. This region has some of the rarest vegetations, and its natural sceneries are epic. Side by side, it is a home to rare animals. The common vegetation that it has is alpine vegetation. With the Annapurna massifs, this region becomes one of the best trekking destinations in the world. The massifs consist of Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Annapurna South, Machapuchare, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Himchuli, Lamjung Himal and others, and they hug both your eyes and mind as you look at them. Annapurna Region boasts of these mountains and is also a home to ethnic groups like Gurung, Magar, and Thakali people, where historians and sociologists can study about their origin, cultures and traditions from the scratch.

Annapurna Region is all about trekking to the Annapurna Base Camp, Poon Hill Ghorepani, and the Annapurna Circuit. It is also about swallowing beautiful scenes of the panoramic view of mountains.

You can embark on your lifetime trip to the Annapurna Region either by driving or flying to Pokhara. After all, Annapurna Base camp Trek is the second best trek of the world, and its trekking trail is scenic.


Nepal is the land of the Himalayas, but it has some regions that deserve to be called the jewel. One of them is Mustang, and it has become synonymous with the Grand Canyon of the USA. If you have decided to book the Mustang trip, then it is time to fall in love with an environment that is just like once in a blue moon, and that is just dry like sand.

Mustang is an isolated region, but any time is a great time to visit it. It is the cheapest place to travel, and it seduces with its unmatched beauties times without number. Mustang is not only the isolation of the world that is blessed with fertile land and peace, but also with awe – inspiring culture, tradtions, and religion. Mustang is happy to stick to its ancient traditions, while many places of the world seek for dynamic changes.

The pristine Mustang Region has been divided into the Upper Mustang and the Lower Mustang. But Mountain Ascend Treks refers the Upper Mustang Trek to you because it encompasses two -third region, as well as includes the Kingdom called Lo, which has a rich history of the region. With less rainfall, the region is dotted with less vegetation, and Kagbeni is the entry point of the scenic Upper Mustang. Its scenic trekking trail also takes you to the lovely village of stone walled houses with flat roofs.

Last but not least, Mustang has its own distinctive culture, that is, Tiji Festival. This festival plays a pivotal role in attracting the tourists and creates a trip of its own in the dry land, where livelihood has been possible since time immemorial. You will also reach one of the hidden places of the world, and you are bound to be struck by its two impossible scenes, that is, dry desert with snow – covered peaks (Annapurna and Dhaulagiri). Hot temperature is not the trait of a Mustang although it is a desert.