Nepal, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked sovereign country in South Asia. Relatively small in size with an area of 147,181 sq km, this country is filled with many different ethnic groups, customs and traditions mirrored in a superbly diverse geography. Life here contemplates around an intertwined blend of ancient Hindu and Buddhist ritualism. Dispersed across these varied altitudes are communities of colorful cultures and people, lively cities, towns and far-flung mountain villages many untouched by contemporary progression.
Nepal is passing through a momentous and prolonged political transition. In the past years, Nepal has seen the abolition of its monarchy, the signing of a peace agreement between the Maoists and the state, a new Interim Constitution, the election of a Constituent Assembly (which declared Nepal a federal republic), five governments, and the rise of a strong ethnic identity movement. The conflict raised awareness that the Nepali state had been associated with exclusionary political, social and economic institutions that did not reflect the country’s diversity, has led to the rise of identity politics with an increasing demand for state recognition and greater accommodation of diverse social, cultural, and ethnic identities.
Yet with unique variation and varied ecosystem the country is densely rich in tropical and alpine forests swarmed with diverse wildlife, great peaks of the world, frozen valleys, deep gorges, mysterious canyons, fast and furious rivers, running hills and cool and calm lakes. Nepal bags a colorful array of vibrant cultures, exotic traditions, feasts and festivals lined up every month, unique and wonderful art and architecture and the warm hospitality that people share with each other. All these have made Nepal a living museum that people cannot resist to explore.
Trekking is a multi-day outdoor activity. It is a type of hiking that is done with the purpose of adventure and scenery exploration. Rainbow Mountain Treks organizes treks in regions like Annapurna, Everest, Manaslu, Langtang, and others across Nepal.
Nepal trekking has grown in popularity across the world as Nepal is the home of the world’s eight highest mountains. Nepal is unquestionably one of the top places for trekking in the world as it is not only the home to some of the world’s highest peaks, but also is surrounded by breathtaking beauty, intriguing history, and warmly friendly towns. Nepal is a perennial favorite among travelers and provides the ideal-safe adventure vacation.
Trekking in Nepal is a physical and mental adventure for individuals who wish to traverse across the mountains and into nature. A positive attitude, an adventurous spirit, and decent physical condition are all that is required to explore the unusual and experience the thrills of trekking and exciting discoveries. However it is important to remember, it requires an adequate level of physical preparation and you should also remember that there is also a psychological commitment in trekking on to the mountains.
As such, Rainbow Mountain Treks offers a variety of fantastic treks and holidays throughout Nepal, all of which are professionally guided and focus on sustainable tourism and ethical business methods. We believe in giving our customers a variety of trips to choose from. Hence, we offer a variety of trekking holidays in Nepal, from accessible to more challenging and remote routes, including the well-known Everest Base Camp Trek and Annapurna Circuit Trek, as well as lesser-known destinations such as the Manaslu Circuit Trek.
Our tour guides are knowledgeable, experienced, and interesting. We’ve been organizing trekking trips for people for more than two decades, and we’re proud of our exacting quality and proven expertise.