Restricted Area Trekking is the trekking experience that is absorbed from the places that are really hard to get through and grasp. Restricted area does not mean strictly forbidden but is hard to reach which acquire especial conditions (permits, training, and documents) to be fulfilled. Very few outsiders visit this part of the world. Hence, restricted area trekking is probably one of the remote trekking trails of the world. Nepal offers those trekking routes with a pledge of mountain beauties, glaciers land lakes, rivers and cascades, local ethnic settlements, and various rare but ethnic lures.
Restricted Areas in Nepal are the paradise on earth, as they are enormously natural, hidden valleys, and local tradition and cultures. Restricted area trekking has not been allowed in Nepal since 1991. All these steps have been taken to protect the cultures and natural influences. But after that year, trekking bustle to these areas are been increasing more and more till today. Camping trek is the classic style for restricted area visiting. Numerous treks that might be proposed on a guide are in limited regions and you either can’t get a license for these territories.