15 Beautiful Valleys of Nepal | Trekking in Nepal
15 Valleys of Nepal That Will Allure Anyone
Nepal being enriched and blessed with many majestic mountains to remarkably alluring valleys is a perfect destination for any the adventurer looking for a real wilderness experience. Here, I am gonna share breathtaking 15 Valleys of Nepal, especially for Trekkers. You will witness various species of wildflowers, birds and rare animals of the world. Let’s find out short information about these Trekker’s Paradise that you won’t find anywhere else on this planet. Note: This is not a rating or arranged on basis of priority.
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Badimalika is the famous holy place of Hindus in Bajura district of Seti Zone. August, is a suitable time for the visit as people from four districts come to worship the deity in Janai Purnima. During the trek, one can witness various species of wildflowers, and various domestic animals like sheep, goats, and buffaloes, grazing on the hills.
Badimalika is the famous holy place of Hindus in Bajura district of Seti Zone. August, is a suitable time for a visit as people from four districts come to worship the deity at Badimalika Temple in Janai Purnima
#2. Barun Valley
Barun Valley is a Himalayan valley situated at the base of Mt. Makalu in the Sankhuwasabha district Nepal. This valley lies entirely inside the Makalu Barun National Park
#3. Khaptad National Park
Khaptad National Park is a well-hidden treasure in the Far Western corner of Nepal. Due to its remote location, it is still relatively untouched by tourism development, which makes Khaptad a perfect destination for the adventurer looking for a real wilderness experience.
#4. Khumbu Region
In the shadow of Mt. Everest lies a group of sacred valleys known as the Khumbu. For centuries this remote mountainous region at Sagarmatha Zone has been the homeland of the Sherpa people.
#5. Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve
Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve has carved a place itself as a birdwatchers’ paradise. The reserve spreads over Saptari and Sunsari district in the eastern south of Nepal defined by the eastern and western embankments of River Koshi. It’s a wonderfully serene spot and most travelers who visit are birdwatchers in search of rare species. Gangetic dolphins are best spotted from the bridge at Koshi Barrage.
#6. Langtang Valley
Langtang is a region in the Himalayas of Nepal to the north of the Kathmandu Valley and bordering Tibet. There are also stories of Yeti sightings. Popular activities for tourists in the park include trekking, climbing, and white-water rafting.
In the close vicinity of the Tibetan border, Manang valley has its own history among the yak and salt traders of Nepal and Tibet. It is still used as the yak and salt trading point and it remains one of the important trading points on the northern border of Nepal. Being enriched and blessed with many remarkably alluring mountains, Manang Valley trek always has been a great encounter for those who have been there.
#8. Namche Bazaar
Namche Bazaar (at 3440m) is the unofficial capital of the Khumbu region of Nepal and is a major stop-off point for trekkers and climbers heading for Mount Everest base camp. The village is located on crescent shaped mountain slopes that offer stunning views of the mountains across the valley. It is a grueling 3 to 4-hour climb up from the river to Namche, and at 3,500 meters, it is possible to suffer altitude sickness here. Therefore, it is advisable to spend at least two nights in the village to acclimatize.
#9. Panch Pokhari
Panch Pokhari is a group of 5 Hindu holy lakes in the Sindhupalchowk District of Nepal. It is 9th highest altitude wetland in the world. This holy lake is decorated with unsurpassed natural beauty, biological diversity, and cultural heritage. It lies in the arms of very beautiful Himalayan range and pristine nature. It is very popular for pilgrimage destination for Hindus and Buddhist. Many Hindus and Buddhist pilgrimages visit this sacred lake in Janai Purnima.
#10. Poon Hill
At 3,210 meters, the Poon Hill sunrise view of the snowy rugged Annapurna Himalaya range in Myagdi District in the Dhaulagiri Zone of northern-central Nepal can be a rare experience like having the Himalayas close up, literally almost in your face.
#11. Rara National Park
Deep in the remote reaches of western Nepal, Rara Lake is, as described by GORP founder Bill Greer, “a shimmering blue jewel set in a ring of snowy peaks.” The largest lake in Nepal and also a vital habitat area for waterbirds, Rara Lake is at the heart of Rara National Park, established to preserve this life-giving watershed, as well as the nearby snow-capped peaks and high altitude pine, spruce and juniper woodlands
#12. Rolwaling Valley
The mountain range on the side, the Rolwaling Himal, forms the border with Tibet, the highest and most spectacular peak being Gaurishankar (7146m). Situated in the west of the Khumbu region, the Rolwaling Himal is a region that stretches to the Bhote Koshi, the river, which runs along the Arniko Highway
#13. Shey Phoksundo National Park
Dolpa is the most remote region of Nepal and the central point of this area is Shey Phoksondo National Park. Shey Phoksondo National Park provides a diversity of spectacular landscapes and ranks among the most scenic mountain parks in the world.
#14. Tilicho Lake
Tilicho Lake at 5,200m is the world’s highest lake that collects the glacial melt of the entire northern slopes of Annapurna and the Thorong Peak. Hindu pilgrims from around the world flocks to the lake convinced it is a holy spot mentioned in the Ramayan – a holy book of the Hindus
#15. Upper Mustang
Mustang, formerly the Kingdom of Lo, is a remote and isolated region of the Nepalese Himalayas. The Upper Mustang was a restricted demilitarized area until 1992 which makes it one of the most preserved regions in the world, with a majority of the population still speaking traditional Tibetan languages. Tibetan culture has been preserved by the relative isolation of the region from the outside world. Entering Lo Manthang through the town gate is like stepping into a different world. A world of narrow alleyways, hidden chortens (a Buddhist shrine, typically a saint’s tomb or a monument to the Buddha, aka Stupa), long walls of beautiful prayer wheels and herds of farming animals sauntering in from the fields in the afternoon to adjourn to their sheds inside the city.
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