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Trekking in Nepal

While trekking in Nepal , you should pack water and bottled beverages. Although it may be tempting, bottled drinks will increase your expenditure. Instead, use a water purification pill such as SteriPEN Ultra to filter and sterilize water. If you don’t have these options, you can also buy a water sterilizer or UV sterilizer to reduce the risk of illness. Also, make sure to pack your trash and carry out all the trash you ingest. You should also dress conservatively when sightseeing in towns. Public displays of affection are generally not acceptable.

The ANNAPURNA SANCTUARY trek is the most popular and intensely scenic short trek in Nepal. The trail winds through a beautiful Gurung region and passes through the aptly named Modi Khola, a short but steep river. The scenery is spectacular from any viewpoint, and you can witness the sun setting over the snow-capped mountains in the distance. If you plan to visit the Sanctuary during high season, you’ll likely face crowds, so opt for a guided trek.

If you’d like to spend more time in the area, a guided trek to the base camp of Muktinath is a good choice. Unlike a normal hike, you’ll be surrounded by villages and locals. The villages range from a few houses to hundreds. They all have character and are situated in a picturesque location. Your daily trekking days usually include three hours of hiking in the morning and three hours in the afternoon. Lunch may be packed or carried with you.

Although summer and fall are the best seasons for trekking in Nepal, autumn and spring have different climate conditions. While autumn and spring bring warm weather, monsoon season brings cloud cover, haze, rain, and hot temperatures. These conditions make trekking in the mountains incredibly difficult. During this time, the temperatures will be warm at lower elevations and cold at higher ones. As the summer progresses, the rainy season begins to taper off and drier weather is the rule of the day.

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