The border regions extending to Tibet to north of Nepal are restricted for trekking and were opened for trekking only from 1991. The western region falls under rain-shadow area behind the Himalayan chain and remain barren and dry throughout the year. These area are extremely remote and still sees very few –trekkers.
Eastern region, on the other hand, remains verdant and the trail pass through the magnificent forest rich in floral and faunal species. The region receives heavy rainfall during monsoon and remains extremely chilly at alpine altitude during winter.
All the restricted area trekking in Nepal demands high-fitness level and favors seasonal trekkers (also suitable for fit novice trekkers). Though it is humbling, the reward is immensely humbling.
The restriction is imposed to protect the breakable pristine nature and culture of Tibetan communities which remained intact till date. Trekkers intending to visit restricted area of Nepal must purchase special trekking permits from immigration of Nepal.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek in far eastern Nepal offers the opportunity to visit cardamom farming in lower elevation to majestic view of snowy mountains and Yalung glacier at higher elevation. The region is sparsely populated and the teahouse service are very basic- the region is yet to flourish by tourism. The magical vistas, landscapes and sheer scales are humbling and immensely rewarding. Dramatic view of sky-dominating Kanchenjunga range is common during Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek
Dolpo Area Trekking includes upper Dolpo trek & lower Dolpo trek to visit unexplored rural part of Nepal beyond Dhaulagiri massif connected with Tibetan plateau.
Makalu Base Camp Trek is one of best trekking destination in eastern part of Nepal. Located east to the Everest region, Makalu Base Camp Trek is most challenging and marvelous camping trail in remote Himalaya of Nepal.