Nepal trekking is categorized teahouse, camping, home stay, and backpacking trip on easy, moderate, and strenuous class in the normal, controlled, and guided areas. Trek to the eastern and western region, cost high (80 to $150 per person per day) and central region, cost lower (60 to $75 per person per day). A rescue insurance, proper equipment, and general knowledge are compulsory. The hiking trips start in Lukla, Jiri, Tumlingtar, Syabrubesi, Sundarijal, Nepalgunj, Juphal, Jomsom, and Besishahar after the bus and flight trip. Certain short and long treks offer the majestic view of mountains, others a glimpse of hill life and spectacular flora and fauna displays. Annually 200000 foreigners travel, Nepal for hiking to be followed each step of the Maurice Herzog (1950), Toni Hagen (1950), Tenzing Norgay, Edmund Hillary (1953), Junko Tabei (1975), Jimmy Carter (1985), and Prince Harry (2016). At least 2000 hiking companies are in Nepal.