As a hiking guide and author I wanted to write and recommend a few trekkers from Visit Himalaya Treks, which I think set the standard for quality and service and should be mentioned in the next issue. As a Nepalese company, they offer a wide range of treks and tours, but they also offer some of the most popular and popular routes in Nepal, such as the Himalayas and the Ganges Valley. Many trekking companies focus on the more popular regions, but these factors set them apart from many other Nepalese – led – trekking companies. Not only are they one of Nepal’s largest and most successful trekking companies, they also offer a variety of different types of excursions, from mountain biking and hiking to mountaineering and mountain hiking.
We enjoyed a tour through the Kathmandu Valley with Visit Himalaya Treks, from the Ganges Valley to the Himalayas and back in a few days.
We had the opportunity to drive to the Barun Valley, where we could also take a look at the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest. It is about 5500 m and there are some breathtaking views and peaks that can be enjoyed compared to the lower valleys. You can explore glaciers and lakes, enjoy the scenic view of Kathmandu Valley from the summit of Mount Everest and Ganges Valley.
From here, one has a view of the Kathmandu valley from the summit of Mount Everest and Ganges, the highest mountain in the world. From here you could see the summit of Mount Everest, one of the most famous mountains in Nepal, from its summit and from here you can get an overview of Nepal’s mountain range and its mountains and valleys.
From here, one can see the Kathmandu valley from the summit of Mount Everest and the Ganges, the highest mountain in the world, with its valleys. From here you can see the mountain range of Nepal, its mountains and valleys from the summit.
The daytime temperature in Kathmandu is about 20c and the day tour is sunny and mild, with clear mountain views. The peak season for trekking in Nepal is the summer months, when the daytime temperatures are generally pleasant at most altitudes and the sky is clear most of the time. The Makalu base camp, which is located at a considerable altitude, offers a view of eastern Nepal, which is somewhat different. Skies are normally clear, but rain and snow are occasionally observed, and daytime temperatures range from -20 ° C to -30 ° C in mid-to-late summer.
Trekking is also possible in the winter season, but it is recommended not to plan trekking tours in winter, as there are colder temperatures and fewer lodges. The Makalu Base Camp Trek can be climbed in any weather and climate that favours it. Remember to bring all the necessary equipment for the hike, and the tea house is poorly equipped.
If you want to do a hike accompanied by a guide to visit the temple, which reflects a rare blend of Hinduism and Buddhism, you should look at the trekking gear and equipment. You will enjoy the pilgrimage to the Pashupatinath Temple (Swayambhunath Boudhanath), which is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and also known as the City Temple. The city will offer a variety of activities, such as yoga, meditation, yoga classes and yoga retreats.
Do not underestimate the exceptional views and rich wilderness experience you get from trekking here. The base camp is surrounded by the Himalayas, the highest mountains in the world and one of the most beautiful places in Nepal. From here you can see some of Nepal’s most famous mountains, such as Mount Everest, Everest Base Camp and also the ancient city of Pashupatinath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a rare blend of Hinduism and Buddhism.
Makalu is the fifth largest mountain in the world and its presence graces the entire route. The last access to base camp is undoubtedly the most difficult and challenging part of the entire hike, and when you reach base camp, Mount Makalu will dominate.
The Makalu – Barun National Park is located in the northeastern Himalayas and borders the Sagarmatha National Park. It is located at an altitude of 1,843 m above sea level and borders the Ganges, the highest point in Nepal.
After a few hours of trekking and crossing the bridge we reached the Sherpa village of Tashigaon. The trail leads through the mountains, hills and rivers that make up the Nepalese landscape. Finally we reached the village of the local Sherpas, Tashi Gaon, and after enjoying the view of the mountain, the hills and the river that makes up its landscape, we arrived at Tumlingtar, where we rested for an hour or two.
Hunting for the fascinating views of the Himalayas, we passed a small Himalayan village before we reached Langmale Kharka and the hike along the moraine and through the small Himalayan villages until we reached Lang Malea. After a hike on a steep, rocky path we left Makalu Barun National Park and hiked down the steep mountain to reach the beautiful Sherpa village of Tashigaon. From here we were bedded down to descend into the Barun Valley, where we saw the view from the top of Tumlingtar, the highest mountain in the country and the most beautiful view in Nepal.