Restricted Region Trek

Restricted region trekking is an activity that involves trekking through a region that is not easily accessible or is otherwise restricted to visitors. This type of trekking is often done in remote areas of the world, away from civilization and in some cases, even in areas where there is no human habitation. The restrictions may be due to political, cultural, religious, or environmental issues. Examples of some popular restricted region treks include trekking in Peru’s Machu Picchu, Nepal’s Annapurna circuit, and Bhutan’s Snowman trek.