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Trekking in Nepal-Nepal trekking in Himalaya
Backpacker Treks offers The hills of Nepal are popular for Trekking and hiking. Trekking provides you with spectacular views of the mountains and the deep valleys, as well as a chance to become acquainted with the Nepali people’s lifestyle, their art, architecture and cultural traditions. There are many popular areas for one or two-day​ hikes. Hiking is walking with the purpose of exploring, enjoying the scenery and natural wilderness. It does not necessarily mean it will be hard or too challenging.
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Budget Trekking in Nepal
ON THE WILD SIDE THE JUNGLES OF CHITWAN HOUSE THOUSANDS OF EXOTIC ANIMALS. AND THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO GET UP CLOSE AND ALMOST PERSONAL WITH THEM Jeep safari The sun had just risen on the plains of the Terai. The scorching summer heat was yet to bake the plains. In fact, the weather was actually quite pleasant. There was a nip in the air, and a cool breeze rolled in every once in awhile. We crossed the gently crawling Rapti River on a wooden boat to get to a jeep waiting for us on the other side. It would take us on a safari inside Chitwan Na- tional Park (CNP). Established in 1973 and declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, the 932 sq km Chitwan National Park is home to more than 700 species of wildlife, with its most famous res- ident being the critically endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. https://www.themountaintrails.com/page/detail/on-the-wild-side

Budget Trekking in Nepal
ON THE WILD SIDE THE JUNGLES OF CHITWAN HOUSE THOUSANDS OF EXOTIC ANIMALS. AND THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO GET UP CLOSE AND ALMOST PERSONAL WITH THEM Jeep safari The sun had just risen on the plains of the Terai. The scorching summer heat was yet to bake the plains. In fact, the weather was actually quite pleasant. There was a nip in the air, and a cool breeze rolled in every once in awhile. We crossed the gently crawling Rapti River on a wooden boat to get to a jeep waiting for us on the other side. It would take us on a safari inside Chitwan Na- tional Park (CNP). Established in 1973 and declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, the 932 sq km Chitwan National Park is home to more than 700 species of wildlife, with its most famous res- ident being the critically endangered Royal Bengal Tiger. https://www.themountaintrails.com/page/detail/on-the-wild-side

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