The landscapes of rural villages can be breathtaking and one of the best ways to appreciate their diversity and beauty is on foot. However, unlike other parts of modern trekking, it is sometimes hard to determine exactly where it is safe, enjoy and totally different culture, lifestyle on the trek. There are few designated footpaths, as well as those in the national and natural parks and it can be disconcerting to find yourself suddenly in a field and surrounded by bulls or wandering through an area which has apparently been designated for cultural purposes. The attraction of travel in rural Nepal is in the raw landscapes and challenge of adventure. Half of all people in rural areas of Nepal, who move from one remote pastureland to another low land taro, living with their families in traditional round felt tents called her. People tend to move their herds closer to sums so they can have easier access to health and education services and basic supplies.
We will provide you with a guide to local walks or recommend a local publication detailing nearby trails. However, most tourist office leaflets look exciting, but lack enough detail to follow a trail confidently. The same applies to roadside sign boards and maps. Of equal use could be a chat with a local bar, restaurant or hotel owner. In rural trekking we need to carry all the supplies from Kathmandu so we will have our own tent, cook, kitchen boy, Sherpa and porters. We have one group of workers and trekking is a pleasure, enjoy. We will manage all the equipment, documents, and staff. In Nepal here are so many remote places, but some are better for trekkers who are looking at those cultures and the mountain view.