Trekking in Nepal

Encounters Nepal

by Encounters Nepal

Trekking, the word was first used by British mountaineers which means walking at one’s pace through well-established village trails enjoying close contact with people in remote mountain villages where lifestyle is unchanged since many generations.

The first trekker in Nepal was Bill Tilman, who trekked in Annapurna, Helambu and Everest regions having permission from the Maharaja (Rana Prime Minister) in 1949.

Encounters Nepal offers two types of trekking in Nepal: fully organized trekking called ‘camping’ and ‘teahouse/lodge’ trekking.