Restricted Area Trek
Some places of Nepal are restricted for foreigners unless you have special permission or travelled with responsible officer. In such areas, there are lots of police check posts where you might be returned if you are found roaming or trekking alone. Though, no places of Nepal are officially restricted, but this term existed and refers to the place where you need to be accompanied by government registered trekking company. However, the environmental groups particularly Nepal Nature conservation society is pressing the government to keep some places closed for cultural and adventurous trek due to possibility of environmental and cultural degradation, In 1970s Jomsom trek was closed due to the military aid operation by the support of Khampas in Tibet. But, since 1991 these areas are opened except to trek alone.
The popular areas like: lower Dolpa Distrit area. Area of upper Dolpa district, Kanchanjunga Region, Taplejung district, Upper Mustang, Manaslu area etc.
Mustang is an ancient Himalayan kingdom in the northern central part of Nepal. This trekking route has two distinct regions; the southern part and the northern part having the similar culture and tradition to Tibetan people.
Manaslu Trekking is one of the loved trekking routes in Nepal due to the pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure. This route has the choices for trekkers to combine the cultural heritage and biological diversity.
The Upper Dolpo Trek undoubtedly the most interesting and adventurous journey to fill up in your life. Mainly the unique traditions, livelihood and the clear visions like that of Annapurnas
Kanchanjung Trek route has the very significant gift of Mount Kanchanjunga(8586m) the third highest peak in the world. This topography be reason to have highly challenging mountain passes
Makalu Trekking route has the unique features for the ones interested at experineceing the vast geographical landscape naturally. Centered Arun Valley, This trek possesses dense forests mainly of rhododendron