TAAN Explored New Trekking Destinations in Nepal

TAAN (Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal) has explore new trekking destinations in Nepal. These trekking routes are interesting and potential destination in Nepal for coming days. Based on the various features and interest, we can arranged these trekking in upcoming days without any difficulties. Some of the new trekking explored destination are as follow:

Jaljala-The Hidden Treasure of Nepal

Jaljala Trekking is located in Rolpa district. Rolpa lies on Mid-Western part of Nepal. This region is potentially most interested tourism destination of Nepal. Rolpa is one of the most backward districts in terms of infrastructure. It is less developed in comparison to capital cities of country. The place is developing toward tourism sector by its natural and cultural beauty. It is famous for political history too. The district headquarter is Libang. It lies 300 km west from Kathmandu. Magars are the original inhabitants of this place with other followers like Chhetri, Brahmins, Tamang, Newaris and Thakuris. Rolpa is a district where People War’s claimed 10,000 people. Jaljala is a popular potential tourism destination for the as it is newly open trekking destination.

Spring is a best season to visit Jaljala. In spring you can see the blooming green lands with colorful Rhododendron flowers of magical lands. There are more of 100 species of birds and wildlife animals like beer, leopard, musk dear and wild bear. Jaljala also offers the various mountain views. It is an amazing place to view and experience the lifestyle, culture and tradition of magar indigenous people. Jaljala is famous for religious sites.

Jaljala Bajura Temple

Badimalika-Adventure in the Grasslands

 Badimalika Adventure Trekking is located in Bajura district. It lies in Far-western region of Nepal. Badimalika is newly introduce trekking trails explore by TAAN (Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal). Badimalika Temple locate in this site is major attraction of this people. This temple is dedicate to Lord Bhagwati.  Thousands of people visit this place in occasion of Nepali festival Janai Purnima which falls in August. The temple is located in top of the hill. The temple is on the altitude of 4200 meter. They perform different dances like Deuda, Thadi, Bhawo, etc. according to their culture and tradition. Indian people are also observed in the temple during festival. Badimalika offers best natural landscapes, cultural village and different green shorts flora and fauna. One can adventure within the green hills and landscape. Badimalika explores the nature with Khaptad National park around Bajura.

It is remote and less explored trail for trekking. Trekking is accessible throughout whole year. In winter, one may get path slippery. The weakness of place is Badimalika face huge snowfall in winter.  The trekking trail is very difficult. The trail is seem unique than others, it’s new and familiar for all trekkers. You can hire local trekking guiders if you confuse the trail path and to get information about the place. There are tea house and lodges in the lower regions for accommodation.

View from Badimalika

Lumba Sumba

Lumba Sumba Trek is newly opened trekking trail introduce by Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) in 2012 April. This trail name was formed after the name of highlight trekking destination Lumba Sumba Peak. Lumba Sumba peak is 5200m high. This trail leads to the eastern part of Nepal. This peak is major destination of trek. The trek runs through Kanchanjunga Conservational Area from the Himalayas. Trekkers can enjoy the traditional farming of the area. It offers the beautiful Himalayan landscapes which is most spectacular. The route of trekking is home for many ethnic groups like Limbus, Sherpas, Gurung, Tamang, and Magars. Trekkers trekking this route can view beautiful endangered snow leopards and wildlife species. Red panda is mostly viewed.

The specialty in this route is that, this route explores to two Nepal’s best preserved protected areas-the Kanchanjunga Conservation Area and Makalu Barun National park. Tamor and Arun River are the two major attraction of this route. One can trek Mt. Kanchanjunga and Makalu base camp through this trekking route. Trekkers can walk around grass lands, sub tropical forests and valleys. Trekkers can view cultural heritages temples and monasteries apart enjoying natural beauty.

Lumba Sumba trekking

Dolpa Circuit

Upper Dolpa Circuit

Dolpa Circuit Trek is newly introduced trekking route by TAAN. Dolpa is the largest district of Nepal. It covers an area of 7889 sq.km. This district is most populated district of Nepal. The topography of this district is very interesting.  Dolpa is one of most interesting trekking destination of Nepal. Nowadays, people with many reason treks over Dolpa circuit. Dolpa has the deepest lake ‘Phoksundo’. Phoksundo Lake is the lake situated in the high altitude of the world. It is district is behind the Himalayan Mountains so which it gets little rain. The area covered by high hills makes most inhospitable in Nepal, the majestic hills lend a rare beauty that is absolutely amazing.

People migrate in this area due to harsh living conditions.  People living here are more cultural. They have isolate culture. People wear jewellery and attire. This is an area where still people revolve around horses, yaks and mules. Much of Dolpa is restricted area for tourists. It contributes Dolpa to preserve of unique culture of Dolpa.

Dho Tarap is a human settlement at the highest altitude of the world. Gumba Shey is a important Gumba of Nepal. Phoksundo Lake the deepest lake, these all is the major attraction of the route. The best time to visit Dolpa is March to May, June and July may rain which makes way slippery. September is a month of snowing.

Dolpo Circuit Region

Lower Manaslu

Lower Manaslu trek is newly introduced moderate trekking in the heart of central Nepal. It is one of the closest trekking regions from the capital city of Kathmandu. It is reachable by bus from Kathmandu to kurintar. Trekking is started from Manakamana temple. It is the major trekking destination, trek routes from Manakamana to Gyamshal. The historical Gorkha Palace (The birthplace and home of Prithivi Narayan shah) is major attraction of this place. It is located at the top of small hillock along with Gorkhali Temple. There’s a Gorkha museum a collection of artifacts and personal things belonging to King Prithivi Narayan Shah.  The whole Gorkha and Manakamana trek makes the trek magnificence of pagoda architectural design which helps to make the trekkers exploring of ancient history, culture and tradition. This place provides a grateful scene of villages and green hills.

Trekking to Lower Manaslu is one of the best destinations to explore the natural beauty, historical stories, ancient periods, culture and traditions. The trekking is accessible with local home stays in the villages which provide the local culture, lifestyles and traditions of people living around. The trek has more than 20 Himalayan panoramic view of Ganesh Himal, Annapurna, Machhapuchre and many others prominent peaks. This place has the highest point of hill to view the sunrise as well. The Lower Manaslu trek begins from Ghairung of Manakamana and through Gorkha, Sirandanda, barpak, Laprak, Lambai Kharka, Dharche Danda and concludes to Gyampesal.

Lower Manaslu

Ganesh Himal

The Ganesh Himal Trek lies on Dhading District joining with Gorkha, Rasuwa and Nuwakot districts. Ganesh Himal trek is trek near the Kathmandu and Pokhara. This trek is a well kept secret to all but it’s most avid trekkers. The area of trek is explored around Langtang National Park and Manaslu Conservation Area destinations. The area is full with the original habitat of Tamang, Gurung from north and Brahmin, Chhetri, Newar and Chepang from south of lower elevation. The trekking region includes the wide biodiversity and geographical range.  There are windflowers flourishers and waterfalls with lush hill scenery in a blessed land which increases the best human feeling of natural beauties. There are huge sensational views of Himalayas in northern part.

The major attraction is Ganesh Himal.  It is a family of peaks among most attractive Himalayas. Ganesh Himal is named after the Hindu Deity, son of Lord Shiva and Parvati ‘Ganesh’. It offers the excellent viewpoints of valleys and peaks. The major other attractions are Kalo-Seto-Ganesh Kunda, hot spring, Ganga Jamuna twin waterfalls and Tripurasundari temple . The familiar people around the region are very hospitable and kind. They attract the visitors with their traditional cultures. You can reach easily with the highway in this area from Kathmandu and Pokhara.

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