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Must Do Treks is a guide to the best treks in the world. We aim to provide a website which inspires you to get out and trek by providing you with information on the world's best treks as well as suggestions for lesser known treks.

Trekking in Asia

For many people, trekking in Asia means trekking in the Himalayas. This is hardly surprising as the world's highest mountain range is packed full of Must Do Treks, with Everest Base Camp the most famous of them all. There is more to trekking in Asia than the Himalayas but, as its most famous trekking destination it seems like a good place to start!
 
Everest Base Camp Trek is one of the most famous trekking routes in the world and is definitely a Must Do Trek. Taking between 2-3 weeks, this famous trek is packed full of history, fantastic scenery and, of course, takes you to Mount Everest, the earth's highest mountain. But there are many other Must Do Treks in Asia such as the Annapurna Circuit, the Langtang Trek, Gondoro La and Annapurna Sanctuary to name but a few.
 
Meanwhile, destinations away from Nepal, Pakistan and northern India are also becoming more popular, with trekkers discovering the delights of countries as diverse as Papua New Guinea, China and Thainland. Other destinations are opening up to travellers, allowing trekkers to explore regions such as Kamchatka in Russia, Kazakhstan and Bhutan.
 
With such a diverse range of trekking regions, Asia is a prime candidate to be the best trekking destination in the world and should be on every Must Do Trekker's hit list.


Trekking in Nepal  - Everest Base Camp
 
Nepal offers the best trekking in the Himalayas, including the famous trek to Everest Base Camp. This famous route is a lot easier now than when early European explorers arrived in search of the world's highest mountain. In those days,  the locals did not know that 'Sagarmatha' was the world's highest peak but they certainly do now and trekking to Everest Base Camp is big business! Despite this it is a wonderful trek and one that everyone should complete at some time in their trekking career.
 
Depending on the route you take and the package you book, the Everest Base Camp trek takes between 2-3 weeks. The final altitude is around 5,600m although many trekking companies include an optional ascent of a nearby peak (Kala Patar) which offers great views of Everest. 
 
During your trek to Everest Base Camp, you will pass through names of Sherpa villages you have read about in countless books, such as Lukla, Thyangboche and, of course, Namche Bazaar. Everywhere you go, you will meet friendly Sherpa people, curious children and be greeted by the colourful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze. Looking up at the timeless soaring peaks, you will feel like an explorer, discovering these valleys for the first time.
 
Everest Base Camp is a Must Do Trek and is great for first time trekkers in the Himalayas. It is a great trek but a busy one. However, this means that when you trek in other regions of the Himalayas, it will feel like it is just getting better and better!


Trekking Holidays in Asia:
 
Wilderness Journeys offers trekking holidays in Bhutan and northern India.


Trekking in Asia - Asia and Himalayas Trekking Holidays

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