Restricted Area Trek
Trekking in Controlled or Restricted Area of Nepal consists of environmentally, culturally and politically very sensitive area which requires special trekking permit.
Government of Nepal has strictly controlled many places from foreigners to enter like Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, Manaslu, Kanchenjunga, Makalu and many more. Life Dream Adventure assures the special trekking permit from Government of Nepal so that you can easily and safely trekking these restricted areas of Nepal. Our restricted area trekking package suggests you the tips to travel in these places which requires at least a liaison officer and pay for a special permit.
The main reason behind the existence of restricted areas are to avoid both cultural and environmental degradation as well as for the safety and security of trekker if something goes wrong like accident, illness or theft.
Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is one of the unspoiled trekking trail in eastern part of Nepal opened in 1988 which offers diverse landscapes, cultures and beautiful scenery of Himalayas. During the trek, we enjoy the views of Mount Kanchenjunga (8586m), the world’s third highest mountain of the world and we can observe mountains like Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, & Kanchenjunga. These four of the world’s five highest mountains make the trek much more rewarding.
Rara Lake Trekking situated in the far western region of Nepal offers the best scenery of the Rara National Park and beautiful Rara Lake at an elevation of 2,990 meters. Rara Lake is the largest lake of Nepal as it covers about 10.8 sq. km of area
Simikot trek situated in the far western region of Nepal offers unique lifestyle and unparallel beauty of nature, alpine vegetation with plenty of medicinal herbal plant forest. Humla Simikot trek lies in the remote village of Nepal which has been listed as the restricted area and the trail mostly passes through the off beaten track.
Mount Makalu Base Camp trek takes you to the base camp if tht fifth highest mountain in the world, Mount Makalu situated in the eastern part of Nepal. Mount Makalu lies at the elevation of about 27,825ft or 8,481 m high. Makalu Base Camp trekking is remote and culturally rich protected by the Makalu-Barun National Park established in 1992.