Nepal is an Asian country having a lot of natural sites and cultural wonders that attract millions of tourists every year. There are 8 eight-thousander including the highest peak in the world, Mount Everest and some 1,310 peaks above 6,000m. There are many conservation areas and national parks including the world’s highest altitude national park, Sagarmatha National Park, protecting endangered Himalayan species of flora and fauna. Many fast flowing rivers originated from the Himalayas are other natural assets that promote adventure tourism in Nepal like white water rafting.
Nepal is the Number One in the list of the Top 10 Top Tourist Destinations in the world as a recent report published by the Forbes Magazine. Trekking in Nepal is a must-do activity for the tourists who love experiencing the authentic rustic villages, lifestyle, culture and tradition. To draw the attention of the international tourists, many new trekking regions are explored and advertised for supporting the national economy. New trekking destinations of Nepal offers you the Himalayan sceneries, high altitude human settlement areas including their typical culture and tradition.
Peak climbing in Nepal is a growing tourist activity because of the presence of more than a dozen of trekking peaks. Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has enlisted 28 (previously 33) mountains of the Himalayan ranges as the trekking peaks ranging from 5,650 meters to 6,500 meters. NMA in association with the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has been studying further to discover more climbing peaks. Climbing peaks gives you the 360-degree panoramic views of the Himalayas, lush valleys, glaciers and icefalls located in a particular region.