Treks according to the mode of accommodation
Of all these possible options to trek, teahouse treks are the most popular trekking holidays in Nepal. On these teahouse treks, the travelers stay at the local teahouses at the end of the day’s trek. The teahouses offer basic facilities for food and shelter. As such, Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Khopra Danda Trek and Langtang Valley Trek are some of the famous teahouse treks in the country. On the contrary, camping treks are such trips where the trekkers spend their nights in tents and camps. Travelers have to carry the necessary items like food, tents, and sleeping bags in the camping treks. Most of these treks also explore off-beat trails in Nepal. Makalu Base Camp Trek, Guerrilla Trek, Dudh Kunda and Salpa Pass Trek, Lower Dolpo Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, Simikot Hilsa Limi Circuit Trek and Arun Valley Trek are few camping treks.
Treks according to Difficulty
Nepal trekking trips also vary based on duration and difficulty. While easier treks span for lesser days, the difficult treks require more days to complete. Ghorepani Poonhill Trek, Tamang Heritage Trail Trek, Pikey Peak Trek, Mardi Himal Trek, and Helambu Valley Cultural Trek are the famous short Nepal trekking packages. Also, people with average physical fitness can do these treks. Likewise, you can also do these trekking holidays in Nepal with your family. Unlike these easy trips, the difficult treks take you to difficult terrain the Himalayas in high altitude. Thus, the trekkers should be at the top of their physical shape. You also be careful of the diversity in trekking terrain and altitude sickness in these treks. Everest Three Pass Trek, Tsum Valley and Manaslu Circuit Trek, Dhaulagiri Circuit Trek, Limi Valley Trek, Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha Pass Trek, and Kanchenjunga North Base Camp Trek are a few examples of these treks.
Best Time for Trekking in Nepal
Nepal adventure trekking trips can be done all around the year. However, spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) seasons are the ideal times to do the treks. Since winter (December-February) season sees heavy snowfall and extreme cold in the Himalayas, travelers avoid trekking in this season. Also, the monsoon (June-August) season worsens the condition of trekking trails. However, treks to rain shadow areas in Upper Mustang and Lower & Upper Dolpo can be done in monsoon as well.