Adventure tours for Women Travelers
Women of this generation are more active and brave equal to men. They can accept all types of challenges such as adventure activities around the Himalayan region. There are many remarkable adventure tours as well as mountaineering which are suitable for those brave women travelers. Difficult Mountain peaks like Mt. Everest, Mt Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Lhotse, Kanchenjunga, and other mountains which are known as the more difficult and technical peaks also been submitted successfully by women adventure travelers.
Nepal is that type of country where travelers can do every type of normal Nepal tour to challenging tours like Trekking in Nepal, Peak climbing, Mountaineering and so on. That’s why it become the most popular tourist destination among all types of travelers. You can find some remarkable adventure tours for women travelers.
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Trips - Adventure tours for Women Travelers
Everest Base Camp Trek – an adventure journey to the Himalayas
The adventure journey to the EBC trek is the first vacation package that comes to adventure travelers’ (including female travelers as well as male travelers) minds while planning to trekking in Nepal. The world’s highest mountain base camp lies in the Sagarmatha zone in Nepal. It is the dream trip of every adventure traveler in the world. Uphill and downhill trails give unexpected experiences of the journey. However, the shining snow-capped mountain ranges, day-to-day life of Himalayan people, Buddhist culture, and Tyangboche monastery are also fascinating to travelers. The slogan “Mountains Calling” is very appealing to adventure seekers. You will fully enjoy nature as if it were a paradise on earth during the Everest Base Camp trek and will experience a truly adventurous life in contrast to city life.
World tallest Mountain Everest Base Camp, recognized as the highest mountain in the world, and the pride of Nepal, which must be visited at least once, in a lifetime, the physical contact with the cool mountain air holds travelers’ memories crisp till the last moment of life.
The facts about the Everest
- There are two different base camps on Everest – the south base camp is in Nepal and the North base camp is in Tibet, China.
- The height of the Everest peak is 8848.6 m.
- One of the popular sunrise views from Kalapathar
- Biggest Khumbu glacier
Annapurna Circuit Trek – accepting the challenging
The ACT is one of the remarkable walking courses in the Annapurna Region of central Nepal. The amazing trip package takes travelers to the surrounding Manang and Mustang areas, which are culturally and religiously rich and naturally prosperous. The trip package is prefer by many travelers after doing the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. It is also recognize as an adventure tour for women travelers based on the adventure level. The trail passes two different river valleys and encloses the Annapurna Massif. The trail reaches the highest point of the trip, Thorangla Pass, and reaches the edge of the Tibetan Plateau.
The Annapurna massif (Annapurna I–IV), Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna, Manaslu, Tlicho Peak, Pisang Peak, Paungda Danda, and other numerous mountains, whose elevation is between 6000 m and 8000 m, dominate the mountain scenery near the trails. The Annapurna Circuit Trail will be discover by travelers trekking through paddy fields into the subtropical forest, past a massive cliff, several waterfalls, and various beautiful villages.
Apart from the views of mountains, the trails allow travelers to learn about the culture, lifestyle, religions, and things of the local people like Gurung, Magar, Thakali, and other mixed communities in the beautiful landscape.
Overall, an Annapurna Circuit Trek is an excursion that can be taken at any time of the year, including during the rainy season. The routes are less busy in the rainy season, causing few travelers to visit. Another important aspect is the tour of the world-famous religious place, Muktinath Temple. It is a famous pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhist followers, and many followers come every year for its worship and philosophy.
Langtang valley Trek – a unique trail
Langtang Valley is the valley that lies in the lap of the Himalayas, which is the closest mountain range to Kathmandu City and also close to the Tibetan Plateau, which is identify as the “roof of the world.” The beautiful landscape, uniqueness of diversity of wildlife and vegetation, and human settlement give the village uniqueness.
Manaslu, Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung (7,246 m), Langtang II/Ghenge Liru (6,581 m), Kimshung (6,781 m), Yansa Tsenji (6,575 m), and Mt. Dorje Lakpa are among the 13 peaks above 55000 m in the Langtang Himalaya range. On the journey to Langtang Valley Trek, travelers will see some Himalayan glaciers, lakes, and sandy brown cliffs. Travelers can experience Tibetan Buddhist-influenced cultures and traditions, as well as see gompas and chortens covered in colorful prayer flags throughout the Langtang region’s villages. A moderate type of trek route where the travelers could walk up to 6 hours per day.
Island Peak climbing – The most trendy peak in Nepal
Nepal is most famous for peak climbing, too. There are many peaks (from normal to difficult or technical) inside Nepal many of them are open for tourism activities. Island Peak Climbing is one of them, and it is know as Nepal’s most popular peak climbing route. The peak falls in the Everest region and is also know as Imja Peak.
Island Peak climbing trails provide travelers with great views of Mt. Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Everest, Nuptse, Pumori, Thamserku, and several other mountains and their range. The Imja valley is surround by fir, glaciers, lakes, gorges, rhododendron forests, and other threatened animal habitats.
The best time to do an Island Peak Climbing is March through May. Climbing above 6,000 m is not possible all the time. After midnight, it’s better to start your hike to the high camp for the summit. For attendance at peak climbing in Nepal, travelers need to fit their bodies, be mentally healthy, and do some climbing training before joining the trip. Altogether, an 18-day trip package is sufficient to make your trip complete. A difficult level of the journey requires you to overcome road challenges in order to reach the summit.
Tsum Valley Trek – Hidden treasure
Tsum Valley is a famous valley in the Manaslu Region trek in Nepal that is located near the Tibetan border. It falls into the “restricted area trek,” which is open for tourism activities purposes after 2008. The Nepal Trekking trail starts from Kathmandu and goes through forests, caves, waterfalls, gompas, monasteries, and other significant things.
Known as a hidden treasure, this place is very charming and attractive. The breathtaking view of the mountains makes you want to get lost in the arms of the valley. During the journey, travelers can directly see Himchuli, Manaslu Himal, Ganesh Himal, Poshyop Glacier, and Churke Himal. Besides, things like local culture, beautiful villages, and pilgrimages influenced by Tibetan Buddhism fascinate travelers even more.
All age groups of travelers who are planning to do the Tsum Valley Trek should have a physically fit body and a mentally healthy brain. It assists them in achieving their ideal dream.
Panchase Trek – An amazing trek but less touristic area
The Panchase Trek is a popular and short trekking trail in the western region of Nepal where travelers can see the Annapurna mountain ranges from the peace pagoda on the way to Panchase village. It is mainly the trek to the Pancahase village, where the Gurung traditional ethnic people live.
There is an 11-day Nepal hiking package that allows visitors to see the spectacular views of mountains such as Annapurna South, Machapuchhre, Himchuli, and Lamjung Mountain, as well as the Panchese villagers’ different cultural tastes, which are appealing and distinct from those of other communities. It includes an off beaten path trek, which is the trek to the rural area exploration in Nepal. The naturally rich and culturally unique trail is less crowded where the travelers can see the actual rashness and richness of nature while on the journey to Panchese village.
It is also well-known for its pilgrimage tours, during which locals pray for the souls of departed ancestors. All groups of age and fit travelers can join the trip.