Short Introduction of Family Treks

Looking for adventure options with your family? Family trekking is the best way to spend time away with your family in nature as you, your partner, the elders, and the little ones enjoy the majestic views the Himalayas have to offer. It is adventurous, promotes a healthy lifestyle and a great way to introduce and assimilate your kids to the cultural diversity of Nepal as they go through various ethnic villages untouched by the influences of globalization. Nepal is the ideal location for a family trek as it offers various trekking options which do not require strenuous efforts to enjoy. There are many trekking destinations which are at relatively lower attitudes, very safe and easily reachable by people of all age groups, including children. Treks that go up to an altitude of around 3200 meters above the sea level are usually considered safe for children. Panchase trek is an easy, 8-day long trek which is ideal for families. The highest point on the trek is only about 2500 meters and reveals incredible views of the Annapurna range. It also provides a unique opportunity to visit traditional Gurung villages on and experience their ways of life. Other ideal family treks are Helambu Cultural trek (2700 meters), Annapurna foothills trek (2000 meters), Tamang heritage Trek (30000 meters) etc. Moreover, guides, horses, and porters are available for these treks to ensure that you have a safe and stress-free time with your family as you brace for the magnificence of the Himalayas. Despite all the fun that comes with trekking with your family, various precautions must be taken to ensure that the children are safe. Children must be made aware of the potential dangers of trekking and it is necessary that they strictly follow the safety guidelines for the trek.