Trekking in Nepal
Nepal is located south of China and west, north and east of India. Nepal is world famous for its trekking routes in the Himalayas. The majority of the country is located in the Himalayan mountains. The country is divided into the Terai and is the Nepalese part of the Ganges lowlands. This area has developed into an important economic area in Nepal through agriculture. 45% of the population live across 30% of the area of Nepal. The Siwaliks and the Marabharat Range, which reaches up to 3.000 meters form the transition from the lower to the middle mountain range. Nepal has become one of the best trekking destinations through its landscape. At best times almost 900.000 foreign tourists came to Nepal mainly for trekking. As result of political changes and the earthquake Nepal has suffered as a tourist destination. The classic routes for trekking in Nepal are the Everest Base Camp Trek, the Annapurna Circuit Trek and ABC Trek, the Manaslu Circuit Trek, Upper Mustang Valley, Langtang and many more are also worth a hike.