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Trekking in mountain region

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In general, Trekking means visiting from one place to another for forget stress and grief and get real fun. Trekking is form of walking. Trekking and hiking for mountain region are best in Nepal. Most of all people wanted to trek but someone go for trek and someone do not go. Similarly, different people have different wants to trek. In Nepal, here are so many places for trekking. Especially people who want to trek in Nepal those people want to go for mountain area like as Annapurna circuit, Manaslu Conservation Area, Macchapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Langtang for an amazing views and natural diversity culture and so on. In Nepal Annapurna circuit is one of the most famous trekking routes.

IMG_20170418_123411The best way to experience trekking along the Great Himalayan Trails in Nepal is to stay the many tea house that line the trials of Popular trekking Routes.Originally tea hous were little shops where travelers could stop for a rest and a cup of tea.with time as more and more visitors came to explore the mountains in Nepal. These tea house have developed into full-fledged mountain lodges offering food accommodation normal price.

The standard of the tea house and comfortable they offer will vary depending on there location.The more remote and less visitors by region is,the more rustic and basic the Lodging will be. Certain well traveled trails,like the Everest and Annapurna trails.Will offer some Luxury hotels along the route but most often they will be fairly basic.From food,toilet,wifi here is what to expect on your tea house trek in Nepal.
Trekkers love staying at tea house as it gives them a  rare glimpse into the Cultural and daily lives of the local people in rural Nepal

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