Off the beaten trail will give you the opportunity to experience mountains and cultures where the special permit is required to do this trekking. Normally in these routes we need to do a camping trek, As no lodge or tea houses on this route. In October 1991 the Government of Nepal announced the opening of some restricted area. You can't trek alone in this restricted area, you should be at least 2 people in the group.
There are many parts of Nepal into which the entry of foreigners is strictly controlled. Many treks that may be suggested on a map are in restricted areas and you either cannot get a permit for those regions or must pay for a special permit. Some areas specifically closed to foreigners. When planning your trekking in restricted part of Nepal always make sure that you have made the entire necessary requirement. The government restricts some areas because it doubts that it could not provide the security that trekkers need. There are also political reasons for some restrictions.
Dolpo region called ‘Ba Yul’ or the Hidden Valley, a land of mystery, scenery and peace is one of the most remote least visited areas of Nepal. It has been open to the visitors only in 1989 but it has been popularised in western minds through Peter Mathesons book, The Snow Leopard and through Jaques Perrin movie nominated for Oscar ‘The Himalayas’.
The Upper Dolpo through Muktinath region is another remote hidden destination in far west where Nepal's most tranquil and natural beauty is still unexplored. The home of herbal land, unspoiled trans-Himalayan culture, Buddhist monuments, and unique human civilization at high altitude is worth a visit.
Upper Mustang, the hidden kingdom of Nepal on the other side of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalaya Range. The North-West part of Pokhara Valley is known as Mustang and the upper part of Mustang district begins from Kagbeni up to China Tibet border including Lo-Manthang Valley is known as Upper Mustang.
This Manaslu round trek was officially opened to tourists in 1991, but mountaineering expeditions have long had access to the area. In 1950 a party led by HW Tilman trekked from Thonje to Bimtang and Colonel Jimmy Roberts crossed the Larkya La looking for an interesting mountain to climb.
Makalu Base Camp trek is a challenging trek in a very remote area of Nepal. It is certainly an outstanding trek to the base camp of the world’s fifth highest mountain. You fly to Tumlinngtar and walk up the lush and beautiful Arun valley before crossing the Shipton La (4127 m) into the upper Barun Khola Valley.
The indigenous Bhote community of Upper Mustang in Nepal celebrates the Teeji Festival as their Major Event in the Year. This Festival is celebrated for continues three days during the May of the year. May 29, 30 and 31 are the celebrating days in the year 2012.