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    Non-touristic Destination 

    Travelling to a destination less traveled illustrates that, a beauty of Nepal stretches well beyond the familiar places. Travelling to the non-tourist destination not only helps you appreciate their beauty and bring them much deserved attention but it is also is an opportunity for the communities in the area to benefit from the exposure and learn to provide you with services. The non-tourist destination could also be a gateway to individualized experiences as you get to explore areas that are less traveled. Malung Treks and Expedition offers treks to non-touristic destinations in Nepal. 

    Khaptad
    Supported by a strong eco-system the Khaptad area is located in the far western region of Nepal. This place is a great opportunity for tourist to witness tremendous widely varied vegetation that Nepal has to offer. The region is also known for Khaptad Baba a hermit who resided in the premises of the area for 50 years while meditating. 

    Limi Valley
    Interested in nomadic lifestyle and ancient history? Then, Limi Valley is the place for you, tucked away in the northwest border of Nepal. The area holds a very small population with people influenced by the Tibetan culture, a place where time has stood still, this unorthodox trail that leads to the valley is often graced by the presence of historic artifacts and unique culture. 

    Api Napa
    Api Napa does not quite come under the radar amongst most tourist when they think of mountaineering expeditions, however this remote peak that falls on the western part of Nepal has one of the most spectacular views to offer inclusive of ice struck plateaus, unconventional trails of Api Mountain and bask view of other famous peaks such as Api Himal, Nandadevi among many. 

    Wild West
    Straight out of a scene from national geographic, the tourists have the chance to experience wildlife at its finest with Bardiya National park and Shuklaphanta National park at their disposal.  These two parks are working to provide a home to rarest species on the planet namely Elephant, Tiger, and rare one-horned rhino. 

    Fort Tour
    When we think Nepal we usually think the Himalayas but the country also comprises of the rich history that tells its story with the forts that stand tall in different parts of Nepal. The most noticeable ones include Nuwakot Seven Story Durbar, Gorkha Durbar, and Makwanpur Gandhi Durbar. Each durbar resembles sharp architecture, the walls of the fort witnesses many exchanges between notable sovereigns of the time.  

    Karnali Rafting
    Known for its spectacular white water rafting trail, the Karnali River makes its way from Mount Kailash in Tibet and is one of the high tide Rivers in Nepal. Appropriate for the adrenaline enthusiastic the river currents have a perfect balance.

    Pikey Trek
    Pikey trek is an emerging popular trek of Nepal to Pikey peak (4068 m). This trek is a comfortable trek which consists of very fewer difficulties compared to other treks in Everest (Khumbu) region. Pikey trek is famous for its stunning dawn and dusk see a view. 
    This trek explores the wild Himalayas and its unique villages along with tasting local delicacies and a very warm hospitality of the local people.

    Big Kalinchok Valley 
    The Big Kalinchok valley, known as “the valley of cultural places” is extremely rich in culture and custom. The area is unspoiled and the people are virtually unknown outside of their region. The valley offers snow ridges, angry torrents enveloped in mist and lakes of crystalline brilliance. 

    Arun Valley
    The Arun Valley trek takes travelers to one of the oldest trade routes of Nepal that were once used by the locals to take goods, especially agricultural products to Namche Bazaar. Arun valley is the deepest valley in Nepal arranged in the middle of two critical national parks, Makalu-Barun National Park and Everest National Park. Aside from its inexhaustible biodiversity, the valley is likewise celebrated for its beautiful Sherpa and Rai towns and the unbelievable perspectives of the Himalayan giants including Mt. Baruntse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, and so forth that it offers.

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Overview

Duration Days Group Size
Grade difficult Max Altitude
Starting Point Ending Point
Accommodation
Meals
Transportation

Non-touristic Destination 

Travelling to a destination less traveled illustrates that, a beauty of Nepal stretches well beyond the familiar places. Travelling to the non-tourist destination not only helps you appreciate their beauty and bring them much deserved attention but it is also is an opportunity for the communities in the area to benefit from the exposure and learn to provide you with services. The non-tourist destination could also be a gateway to individualized experiences as you get to explore areas that are less traveled. Malung Treks and Expedition offers treks to non-touristic destinations in Nepal. 

Khaptad
Supported by a strong eco-system the Khaptad area is located in the far western region of Nepal. This place is a great opportunity for tourist to witness tremendous widely varied vegetation that Nepal has to offer. The region is also known for Khaptad Baba a hermit who resided in the premises of the area for 50 years while meditating. 

Limi Valley
Interested in nomadic lifestyle and ancient history? Then, Limi Valley is the place for you, tucked away in the northwest border of Nepal. The area holds a very small population with people influenced by the Tibetan culture, a place where time has stood still, this unorthodox trail that leads to the valley is often graced by the presence of historic artifacts and unique culture. 

Api Napa
Api Napa does not quite come under the radar amongst most tourist when they think of mountaineering expeditions, however this remote peak that falls on the western part of Nepal has one of the most spectacular views to offer inclusive of ice struck plateaus, unconventional trails of Api Mountain and bask view of other famous peaks such as Api Himal, Nandadevi among many. 

Wild West
Straight out of a scene from national geographic, the tourists have the chance to experience wildlife at its finest with Bardiya National park and Shuklaphanta National park at their disposal.  These two parks are working to provide a home to rarest species on the planet namely Elephant, Tiger, and rare one-horned rhino. 

Fort Tour
When we think Nepal we usually think the Himalayas but the country also comprises of the rich history that tells its story with the forts that stand tall in different parts of Nepal. The most noticeable ones include Nuwakot Seven Story Durbar, Gorkha Durbar, and Makwanpur Gandhi Durbar. Each durbar resembles sharp architecture, the walls of the fort witnesses many exchanges between notable sovereigns of the time.  

Karnali Rafting
Known for its spectacular white water rafting trail, the Karnali River makes its way from Mount Kailash in Tibet and is one of the high tide Rivers in Nepal. Appropriate for the adrenaline enthusiastic the river currents have a perfect balance.

Pikey Trek
Pikey trek is an emerging popular trek of Nepal to Pikey peak (4068 m). This trek is a comfortable trek which consists of very fewer difficulties compared to other treks in Everest (Khumbu) region. Pikey trek is famous for its stunning dawn and dusk see a view. 
This trek explores the wild Himalayas and its unique villages along with tasting local delicacies and a very warm hospitality of the local people.

Big Kalinchok Valley 
The Big Kalinchok valley, known as “the valley of cultural places” is extremely rich in culture and custom. The area is unspoiled and the people are virtually unknown outside of their region. The valley offers snow ridges, angry torrents enveloped in mist and lakes of crystalline brilliance. 

Arun Valley
The Arun Valley trek takes travelers to one of the oldest trade routes of Nepal that were once used by the locals to take goods, especially agricultural products to Namche Bazaar. Arun valley is the deepest valley in Nepal arranged in the middle of two critical national parks, Makalu-Barun National Park and Everest National Park. Aside from its inexhaustible biodiversity, the valley is likewise celebrated for its beautiful Sherpa and Rai towns and the unbelievable perspectives of the Himalayan giants including Mt. Baruntse, Mt. Nuptse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, and so forth that it offers.

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