Nepal Backpacker Travel

Explore Nepal - Backpacking Tours, Accompanied by our Explorer along with the Local Nepali professional tour/trekking guide.


Nepal - Land of Mountains and scenic beauty is well known among travelers. Vocabulary to describe Nepal is always short - From our explorer's point of view "Nepal is the destination where they find their true home". This land of Himalayas attracts lots of backpacker tourist without anyone to manage the trip. We, invites all the travelers to explore Nepal and its natural beauty, charming culture, laidback easy going friendly people. With both flexible (pre-paid but not pre-booked) and fixed (pre-paid and pre-booked) options available, there really is something for everyone.


Backpacking is an outdoor pastime which is popular in many parts of the world. Backpacking involves hiking to a camping location while carrying a pack which contains food and gear for the hikers. Backpacking usually involves at least one night of outdoor camping, but can last for months if hikers replenish their supplies along the way. Many mountainous regions of the world are popular among backpackers, and several countries have well established trails such as the Pacific Crest Trail which are designed for backpackers and day hikers.


Travelers have camped and used packs for centuries. In 1914, the word “backpack” in reference to a travel pack first appeared in America. Overnight camping expeditions became a common recreation during the First World War because backpacking was inexpensive and pleasurable. After the war, backpacking continued to be a popular way to experience nature.

When practiced safely, backpacking can be a fun and beautiful adventure. Inexperienced backpackers should take advantage of experience and backpack with seasoned friends or travel companies. Outdoor supply stores are usually happy to help backpackers select the proper equipment. Especially when choosing a pack, care should be taken to ensure comfort and safety. Backpackers should also be aware of weather conditions, and should follow the advice of regional officials as they travel.


Backpacker treks in Nepal


Are you planning to visit Nepal? Where you want to visit? Are you traveling independently? Are you with friends or Individual? Are you looking trekking or travel partner for Nepal, Bhutan or Tibet? Are you looking budget hotel or hostel in kathmandu, pokhara, chitwan or other city in Nepal? In order to make your cheap visiting, willing to join with ours budget Himalaya trekking or travel? Now no need to be worry, just ask with Nepal Visitors for the good and reliable agency. Nepal Tour has being here with huge number of option regarding to make your holiday very cheap.


Some Tips for the Backpackers travel in Nepal.

Nepal - A small, land-locked country to the north and west of India and south of China. Home to several of the world's highest mountain peaks but also steamy, tropical jungle. The world's only Hindu kingdom.


Why go there - To trek in some of the world's most beautiful high-altitude scenery / To visit remote villages where cars and electricity are distant possibilities / To visit a wide range of ethnic and linguistic communities in a pocket-sized country.


Drawback - A six year old Maoist insurgency is causing troubling times for the nation, especially now the army is actively fighting the insurgents. / Frequent electricity cuts / Incredibly bad roads that are made worse by landslides.


Cultural Highlights - The city of Bhaktapur in the Kathmandu valley / The various Buddhist or Hindu temples and stupas / Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha / The women singing together as they weed the rice paddy.


Natural Highlights - Mountain scenery, tropical jungle, raging rivers and waterfalls - more potential for hydro electric power than any other nation, friendly people, a birdwatcher's paradise, amazing variety of butterflies.


How Long - A month or more if you have the time. But at least four days for the Kathmandu valley, three days in Chitwan, a week or ten days for a trek followed by the ease of three days in Pokhara. And allow three days to travel between those places and an extra day to get to the airport.


Budget - During the low season a room can be had for three dollars and you could probably eat for less than that each day, if you had to. The popular tea house treks can be done on the cheap as well. Generally, US$40 for those who can live on the cheap, US$40 for a better rooms


Visa - Yes for most nations - Available at the Kathmandu International airport or border on arrival for US$40 for single entry visa, valid for 60 days. Then US$30 for each extra 30 days.


When to go - The middle of September until end of November is the peak season for dry, cool weather and amazing mountain visibility. February and March are also popular times, although visibility can be less good.


Best Nepal Treks

01. Everest Base Camp Trek Everest Base Camp Trek is a famous challenging trek in Nepal.
02. Annapurna Base Camp Trek
The Annapurna base camp trek is the perfect introduction to Himalayan trekking.
03. Langtang Valley Trek.
Langtang valley trekking is the one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal.
04. Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek.
Ghorepani Poon Hill trekking is one of the popular and short & Sweet trekking in Nepal.
05. Everest View Trek.
Everest View Trek takes you around the Everest region, which has recently witnessed...
06. Ganesh Himal Trek.
Ganesh Himal Trek is surprisingly not frequented by many tourists.
07. Tiji Festival Trek.
Tiji festival, known as "The chasing of the Demons" Tiji tells the story of a deity named...

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