When it comes to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Nepal has more than it's fair share.....whether it may be amazing architecture or stunning landscapes. For simplicity, Nepal's World Heritage sites can be categorised into four distinct and very, very different locations
Just which are the best treks? Nepal is renowned for trekking. But none of the world famous ones like the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit Trek make it onto our Top Five Treks. Nepal (at least in our opinion) has much better choices.
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Poon Hill is one of the most famous view points in the entire Himalayas. At 3210m and with just 5 days of walking, this is the ideal first time trek in Nepal to do, particularly if you're short on time too.
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A superb and much quieter circuit trek of an 8000m peak, the Manaslu Circuit has always been the more discerning choice to the Annapurna Circuit. It's a very challenging trek with some very long walking days and at high altitudes. In many ways the Manaslu Circuit feels more 'remote' and wilder than the Annapurna Circuit.