The Great Himalayan Trail of Nepal is Now Open for Tourism

Nepal is quiet known for its trekking routes and every year a number of trekkers make their way to this country to experience the thrills of this adventure activity. Recently, the Nepal authorities officially announced the opening of the Great Himalayan Trail, also referred as the ultimate trekking route in the world. The trekking route kickstarts from Taplejung in east Nepal to Humla in the west. It is amongst the longest and the highest trekking trail in the world and can also be done in phases. You can read the entire news piece in The Calgary Herald and IOL Travel.

Apart from this, there are number of other trekking routes that have been opted for and enjoyed by tourists every year. The beauty of the Himalayan mountains is such that every heart is overwhelmed and humbled at the same time. Other than Nepal, travellers can also enjoy this beauty by taking up a trip to India, Bhutan and Tibet. Some of the popular trekking routes include

  • Hemis Trekking Tours
  • Trek To Indo-Tibetan Border
  • Gangtey Gogona Trekking Holiday
  • Chomolhari Trekking Vacation
  • Dagala Thousand Lakes Trek
  • Bumthang Cultural Trek
  • Lamayuru to Stok Trekking Trip
  • Om Parvat – Adi Kailash Trek
  • Binsar Trek Rishikesh
  • The Dzongri Trek
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One Response to The Great Himalayan Trail of Nepal is Now Open for Tourism

  1. Anita Mac says:

    Can’t wait to go back! My first trip left me totally inspired! Will have to look into the options you have listed – a trek to the Tibetan Border sounds wonderful.

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