Some people like it wet, some people like it dirty. Most people like to wear a head torch.
The sun shone gloriously throughout our two-day trek in Sapa, with rolling hills and rice paddies stretching out in front of us, providing the perfect lush green setting for a lengthy stroll.
We heard about a two hour trek through the forest to a beautiful beach on Long Island. It was less of a trek, more of a stroll, but the beach made it worthwhile.
The Singalila/Sandakphu ridge trek was a bit of an emotional rollercoaster for Tim and I, which I think was largely down to the fact that we’re rubbish with the cold – and, believe me, it got cold.
Of all the many treks available to you when you land in Nepal, Poon Hill/Annapurna is one of the ones held most in regard.
Tickets for trekking alone can be expensive but not everything has to cost a bomb. Here’s a list of the bare necessities for trekking.