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With a road density fourteen times less than the UK’s, Nepal relies on its footpaths to connect far-flung villages and valleys. As well as providing essential means of communication for rural population, this ancient network gives access to some of the most awesome scenery on the planet, allowing you to watch the sunrise on those mesmeric snow peaks at close range, and to experience remote settlements and monasteries where the traditional Himalayan way of life still holds strong. Treks of various lengths, ranging from 3 to 6 days, can be added on to the end of all TransIndus tours. One of the most popular is the easy-paced ‘Royal Trek’ in the hills above the Pokhara Valley, which yields superb views of the Annapurna range.
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