Adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. Nepal is a beautiful country in the foothill of the Himalayas, between India and China. As much open and warm welcoming as it has always been to the tourists, there used to be some remote trekking areas restricted to foreign visitors until the year 1991 A.D. After the multiparty democracy in Nepal, and with the promulgation of the new constitution for Adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. some of those areas were made accessible to foreigners. However, Adventures in the restricted trekking areas of Nepal. would require restricted permits to trek to Adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. The visitors need to book the trek through a trekking company and get a permit through a series of applications and guarantee letters that come in the way. Also, the trekkers are not allowed to trek individually in every restricted area. You need to join a group of at least two people, and you should have a local and experienced trekking guide. The restricted trekking trails are just as beautiful as they have hidden valleys, natural green forests along with some national parks and help you to discover the local culture and tradition.
Here are some of the famous Adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal. You may contact Boundless Adventure for trekking permits, guides, and activities.
At the height of 3840m, known as the last forbidden Kingdom is the Upper Mustang with its own Tibetan culture retained over the years as people have very less contact with the outer world. The place is very rich in its history and tradition. Chances of rainfall in these upper parts are very low, so it tends to remain dry while the lower part receives comparatively more rainfall. The Tiji festival is very popular in the Upper Mustang Trekking which is another advantage of your trek.
You can visit the royal palace and monasteries that were built back in the 15th-century walk through the narrow alleyways, hidden shortcuts, and be mesmerized by everything you can see there. You can also visit the Amchi Museum and learn about the cultures, traditions, and lifestyles as well. Along with enjoying the moment, you can also get yourself to learn about so many things on your visit, and return within a total of about 14 days. You can also travel to Mustang by 4ward Jeep in just about a week and 4 hours by Helicopter tours from Kathmandu to Mustang and Back to Kathmandu.
Mt. Manaslu is located at 355-degree North West from Kathmandu. For Manaslu trekking, there are two different options to start; one is by bus/jeep and the other is by Helicopter. Manaslu trekking is considered to be one of the best trekking as it lets you get close to Mt. Manaslu, the eighth highest mountain in the world at the height of 8163m. This untouched region in Nepal provides you with beautiful scenery, beautiful landscapes, River, waterfalls, forests, and mountain range into the Manaslu Conservation.
You will be able to see various floras and faunas, wild endangered species like snow leopard, and also know about the animal yak that is popular and mostly used in these areas. You can enjoy the view of mountain peaks like Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna II, Mount Lamjung Himal, Mount Gorkha Himal, Birendra Lake, Mount Ganesh Himal, Mount Langtang Himalayan range, and Dud Kunda. As the place is rich in its natural scenery, biodiversity, and culture, you can explore and learn about them as much as you can.
Tsum Valley is situated high up in the Manaslu region and is one of the most secluded valleys in Nepal. It is a sacred pilgrimage valley that is rich in ancient culture, tradition, and art. The people in the Tsum valley region follow Tibetan Buddhism and speak their own language. As it had remained secluded, its beauty remains untouched, fresh, and offers the best views of mountains like Ganesh Himal, Shringi Himal, and Bouddha Himal along the way. The starting of the trekking point is Aarughat, the same as Manaslu trekking.
To reach the Tsum valley you will go through oak forests, trek through Budi Gandaki, enjoy the rivers with waterfalls, and walk across bridges that help you pass through. You will also have the opportunity to see the Tibetan Buddhist people, monks, monasteries, villages, and know their culture. You can also have a visit to one of the sacred caves in the valley which is known as PirenPhu. The cave is very famous in Tsum valley.
Nar and Phu are two different valleys, but we can trek through these two different areas at the same time, with permits, which is why Nar and Phu village are combined as Nar Phu valley trekking. Through the trek of Nar Phu valley, you can have a journey to the wild and remote vicinity to the north of Annapurna. You will walk through the routes of the Annapurna circuit trail and the trail split from KOTO, just before Chame. The path to reach the valley located in the north of Manang. Nar Phu valley offers you all the opportunity to see and experience medieval Tibetan culture with different mountain views and all the alpine sceneries in undisputed form. You get to explore Annapurna’s most untouched and remote region and enjoy the local culture and customs.
Kanchenjunga Trekking is one of the most peaceful trekking regions of Nepal as the trekking trail is comparatively silent than other trekking trails. It takes you to the height of 5143 meters at the base camp of the world’s third-highest mountain but second of Nepal, Kanchenjunga. You can experience spectacular views of the high alpine landscape along with the beautiful mountains like Kanchenjunga Base Camp, Jannu, Makalu, and Mt. Everest. You can also explore the Yalung Glacier and the terraced fields of the hilly region of Nepal. The pristine rhododendron, bamboo, local hidden culture and community, and pine forests are the major attraction of the Kanchanjunga region. As the area falls on restricted trekking areas of Nepal, it is necessary to have special trekking permits with you to be able to go to Kanchanjunga Base Camp Trekking.
Located in the northwestern part of the country, Upper Dolpa lies in the lap of the Dhaulagiri Himalayas. The Upper Dolpo and Lower Dolpa regions are some of the most isolated trekking destinations in Nepal. Upper Dolpo Trekking, Adventures in restricted trekking area of Nepal was restricted until the year 1989. The trekkers will get to explore the spectacular landscape, rich culture and tradition and the beautiful settlement of local people of the Dolpo region of Nepal one of the biggest attraction sites of Adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal are the SheyPhoksundo National Park, Shey-Phoksundo Lake, and Vijar monastery. You will reach a height of 4,530 meters as you trek to this preserved region of Nepal.
Trekking to the restricted areas of Nepal can be adventurous and exciting. You will get to explore the different sides of the nature of Nepal with the most unexpected views of the remote places and collect once-in-a-lifetime memories. Importantly, you need to make sure you carry some good trekking equipment measures and get a permit before you start your trekking. It is always a good option to explore the beauty of the restricted trekking areas of Nepal by pre-planning a trek. Boundless Adventure and our crew have always been a success for the trip in every restricted trekking area of Nepal. Contact us for adventures in the restricted trekking area of Nepal.