Trekking in Nepal is the long hike, perhaps several days or even weeks long. On account of the wide range of geographical features, the country nurtures a variety of vegetation and landscape. In addition to the natural endowments is the rich Himalayan culture. Thousands of visitors trek to different parts of Nepal every year to experiment with its rustic charm of nature and culture. Most trekking in Nepal goes through areas, between 1,000 to 3,000 meters, although some popular parts reach over 5,000 meters. Protected regions along the Himalayas, like Shy-Phoksundo National Park, Annapurna Conservation Area, Manaslu Eco-Tourism Area, Langtang National Park, Sagarmatha National Park, Makalu Barun National Park, and Annapurna Conservation Area provide excellent trekking options. For group trekkers, arrangements for food and accommodation are managed by the trekking crew, while independent trekkers can find night rest and food halt at small lodges and tea houses that dot the mail trails. Independent trekkers should be self-sufficient. In remote areas like Makalu, Kanchenjunga in East Nepal of Jumla, Dolpa in West Nepal, One must be self-sufficient in terms of food and water.