The word journey is gotten from the Boer language (spoken by the Dutch pilgrims in South Africa), meaning a long, hard excursion. The base of the word is Dutch ' trekken' which means to pull or take.
In 1949 Nepal opened its outskirts to the rest of the world and in something like eight years ten of the fourteen 8000m pinnacles had been climbed, Annapurna (8091m) was quick to be move in 1950, this was continued in 1953 by Everest (8848m) and Nanga Parbat (8125m). From that point on the quantity of campaigns coming from various nations of the world duplicated and by 1964 this large number of Himalayan goliaths had been climbed, one being Shisapangma (8046m) scaled by the Chinese in 1964. Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Edmund Hillary arrived at the highest point of the world, Mt. Everest in 1953.
The historical backdrop of traveling in Nepal began subsequent to climbing endeavors of numerous grand pinnacles. Nepal started its profession as a traveler's heaven in 1949 when a British globe-trotter, Bill Tilman, figured out how to get consent from the King to make a few trips into the Kali Gandaki, Helambu, and Everest locales. Another early guest was Maurice Herzog, who drove a French endeavor to Annapurna in 1950.Trekking in Nepal truly took off with the primary undertakings to the foundation of Mount Everest; an American drove campaign in 1950 and a British one of every 1951.
Colonel Jimmy Roberts was the principal individual to understand that journeying would engage travelers. As a previous Gurkha Officer and Military Attaché at the British Embassy in Kathmandu he had consumed long periods of his time on earth strolling the slopes of Nepal. He had went with Tilman on his most memorable trip and in 1964 he established Mountain Travel, the first of Nepal's journeying organizations and the motivation for the experience travel industry. His thought, progressive for the time, was to furnish tents along with Sherpas, to guide and cook. This made Nepal and the Himalaya accessible to a wide local area and was a prompt achievement.
Jimmy Roberts' "Mountain Travel Trekking Agency" was the first journeying office enlisted in Nepal in 1964, and it stayed the only one for the following four years. His most memorable clients came to do the Everest Trek in the late-winter of 1965. They were three American women who , as indicated by Jimmy Roberts , "were a wearing triplet of fans". He was later on joined by Dawa Norbu Sherpa and Mike Cheney to deal with the work at "Mountain Travel". His initial unfamiliar accomplices were Leo LeBon, Allen Steck and Barry Bishop from USA, and Australian Warwick Deacock of "Ausventure". They consistently started to send clients from their country to travel in Nepal. Thus "Mountain Travel" thrived and turned into a motivation for other Nepalese the travel industry business people to begin their own journeying and experience organization.
Today one will track down additional travelers then climbers in Nepal, on the grounds that journeying is less genuinely burdening and one gets different encounters likewise separated from experience.
Sir Edmund Hillary expressed "Nepal is the main country on the planet which is additionally one of the world's incredible traveling heavens and probably the most delightful country on the planet for journeying."