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Asia is the world's largest and most diverse continent. So, if you are looking for adventures of a lifetime, join Asia hiking trips. This a great way to discover both popular and off-the-beaten-track destinations whileexperiencing how unique and colorful different Asian cultures are.
But before you pack your bags, and get ready to explore Asia on foot, here’s some information on must-try hiking destinations in this part of the world. Check out these amazingAsia hiking trips:
1. Lake Khovsgol– Mongolia
Have you ever wondered what's inside the most landlocked country in the world? By joining this Asia hiking tripto Lake Khovsgol, you will discover the stunning beauty that Mongolia has hidden and preserved for so many years. This adventure is nothing short of amazing. It will give you a taste of nomadic life for two weeks. For sure, it will be full of unique and memorable experiences that will definitely make you fall in love with the place, culture, and people.
2. Pobjika Valley - Bhutan
The mystical kingdom of Bhutan is home to the majestic glacial valley of Pobjika, which is also known as Gangtey Valley. You don’t have to be an expert trekker because this place has easy trails. You will enjoy sightseeing while walking along the farmhouses and through the forests. Aside from the views of surrounding valleys, you will also find traditional Bhutanese villages dotting the ridge on the other side of the valley.
3. Jirisan Nature Reserve - S. Korea
If you are looking for a child-friendly Asia hiking trip, then book a hiking package in Jirisan Nature Reserve in South Korea. It is the first and the biggest national park in the country. The best time to do this adventure with your family is in autumn. Watching the sunrise at Cheonwangbong is one of the favorite things that visitors do here, so make sure to prepare your things at night so you can start your trek before dawn.