Hiking vs. Trekking vs. Peak Climbing: Key Differences Explained

We usually tend to make all the three together but the only similarity in the three is that all three walk in nature. Each one has their own level of expertise and health requirement and other requirements and the number of days is also different.

Hiking in Nepal

Hiking is mainly a leisure activity it is pretty easy which is done by walking on well-made trails and  roads. It is closer to cities and villages. The days usually hiked vary from one day to 3 days maximum. You need not be extremely fit trek.  If you have no prior experience you can still manage to go without a guide. The hiking requirement is not much, Basic adventure shoes, pants, t-shirts and bag can get you going for a basic hike. Do not forget water and munchies. Popular hiking routes in Nepal are Nagarkot day hikeDhampus 2 Days Hiking, Dhampus Australian Camp Hike. Continue reading “Hiking vs. Trekking vs. Peak Climbing: Key Differences Explained”

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Nepal: the next family trip destination

With winter coming to an end and the nature restoring its juvenility, it is a good time to take a short break from the hustle and bustle of the lousy city and rediscover the joyfulness in the life of simplicity together with your family. If you are right now planning your next family trip, maybe Nepal is a good pick for you.

In a nutshell

Does it ever occur to you that it is hard to have a wonderful family trip in Nepal that satisfies everyone’s needs, that it is always a struggle for the trip to be exciting, relaxing and meanwhile educational? In Nepal, there is always something suitable for anyone, regardless of age, hobby and background. Not only does it has splendid natural scenery, this country is also one with pronounced and unique cultural and historical characteristics. Continue reading “Nepal: the next family trip destination”

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