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Top 3 Best Restricted Region Trek in Nepal

Top 3 Best Restricted Region Trek in Nepal

Top 3 Best Restricted Region Trek in Nepal, Question: why there are restricted regions in Nepal? Well, the answer is simple and straight, that these regions fall near Tibet border or fall under conservation area. These regions opened for trekking in a very recent time.  But, there are some criteria to be met before you make your plans for one of these regions.

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Some of the restrictions are:

  • Minimum number of people: 2
  • Requirement: Restricted Area Permit (RAP), Trekking Permit, and other Permits.
  • Compulsory: A guide or a Porter of holding a Nepalese citizenship.

Before we start our top three (TOP 3), here are some of the restricted regions’ trekking routes worth mentioning.

  1. Milke Danda Trek
  2. Makalu Base Camp Trek
  3. Kanchenjunga Trek
  4. Rara National Park / Rara Lake Trek
  5. Dolpo and She-Phoksundo Trek
  6. Manaslu Trek

3. Nar Phu Valley

Located to the North of Annapurna, Nar Phu Valley trek is a spectacular adventure to the wild and unexplored region. This Exciting journey takes us to the fascinating Nar Phu Valley. Starting at Jagat, following the Annapurna circuit trail till Koto. After Koto, the unbeaten path to Nar Phu valley will simply take your breath away.  On the North to Nar Phu, there’s Manang. Manang and Narphu are linked via Kang La pass and other villages. The main tribes of the region are Bhotias. Go dive into the medieval Tibetan culture while enjoying the beauty of all the mountains that your eyes can hold.

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facts of this trek:

  • Max-Altitude: Phu 4,580m.
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Trip-Accommodation: Lodges and Tea Houses
  • Communication: Available on most part.
  • Best Season: October-December, and March-May

2. Tsum Valley Trek

One of the most remote Himalayan valleys of Nepal, Tsum, is secluded Tibetan Buddhist region. Tsum valley was once part of Tibet, It annexed with Nepal in a very recent time. Since its annex with Nepal, it remained restricted for very long time, No people from outside the country were allowed to enter the region. Now its open for trekking and exploring the Tsum Valley, which used to be one of the most important trade links in past.

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facts of this trek:

  • Max-Altitude: Nile 3,361m.
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Trip-Accommodation: Lodges and Tea Houses
  • Communication: Available on most part.
  • Best Season: October-December, and March-May

1. Upper Mustang Trek

Upper Mustang (also Lo Manthang), 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 Tibetic languages. Tibetan culture has been preserved by the relative isolation of the region from the outside world. This newly opened trek route is quite famous among travel enthusiasts.

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facts of this trek:

  • Max-Altitude: Syangboche, 3800m.
  • Grade: Moderate
  • Trip-Accommodation: Lodges and Tea Houses
  • Communication: Available on most part.
  • Best Season: October-December, and March-May

This list was generated by the popularity of the regions among our clients. We hope you liked what we wrote here, but if you think there should be different routes, that deserve top 3 positions, then your suggestions are always welcome.

We hope to see you soon here in Nepal. till then, stay blessed. Love and light to all of you reading this. 🙂

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  1. Forever Trek

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