For trekkers who wish to experience unspoiled natural beauty, breathtaking views of the Himalayas, and diverse culture, then wilderness trekking in Nepal is perfect for you. This wilderness trekking takes you to remote regions of Nepal which are secluded from the rest of the world. You can experience the rugged beauty of high mountainous passes, beautiful glaciers, hidden valleys, traditional villages, and diverse natural Ecosystems. It truly is a unique experience.
The eastern and western border and the north side of Nepal offer different trekking trails. The settlements in these regions are very remote with little to no contact with the outside world. There are highly preserved regions only opened for trekking since the early 90s. The Himalayan region of Nepal is close to the Tibetan border so people living in this region are Tibetan descendants who migrated across the border centuries ago. They live in remote and small isolated villages making their livelihood rearing animals and farming. Similarly, Eastern region trekking is embellished by rich varieties of flora and faunas with exotic animals and magnificent landscape.
Nepal is home to the highest mountains in the world and the top of the world Mount Everest lies here. The view offered by these famous high peaks is heavenly, making wilderness trekking in Nepal something that you should have on your bucket list. A trekking permit is mandatory for travel to restricted areas like Tsum Valley, Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo while trekkers must be accompanied by a legally registered guide and porter and some visitors are required to be in a group of at least two people. Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trekking offers a full tea house trek with camping opportunity highly demanding trek which requires a great physical fitness level and stamina. Manaslu Circuit Trek, Makalu Base Camp Trek, Arun Valley Trek, Dhaulagiri circuit trek, and many more are some of the famous wilderness trekking routes of Nepal.