Makalu trekking situated in eastern Nepal is protected by the Makalu Barun National Park and Conservation Project. Makalu is the 5th Highest Mountain in the world and this is near by the top of the world (Everest). Makalu region is blessed with an incredible diversity of natural beauty and culture. Due to its isolation and lack of tea houses this area still receives few trekkers. Established in 1992, it covers 2330 sq km. Among the 16 mountains in the park, it is home to Makalu, the fifth highest mountain in the world (8463m/ 27,766ft). Also there are three major factors account for the enormous popularity of trekking the scenery, the people and the flora and fauna. This mainly low altitude trek is centered on the Arun Valley, in eastern Nepal.
Sub-tropical valley floor of the mighty Arun River is in places densely forested, contrasting with the terraced slopes higher up, which are framed by villagers of diverse tribal groups. High pastures typify the upper slopes, which border on the Makalu-Barun National Park, an important conservation area for many threatened species. Particularly Nepal is one of the best and various trekking opportunities destinations country, because Nepal is naturally dominated by thousands of snow capped mountains and its natural resources.
Makalu region trekking is subject to all the rules relating entry fee, fees for video cameras and restriction on firewood. The nearest airstrip in this region is Tumlingtar. Nestled in the lower reaches of these valleys are communities of Rai, Sherpa, and Shingsawa (Bhotia) farmers. Though economically poor and isolated, they retain a rich cultural heritage. Makalu trekking region in Nepal is rich for natural paradise includes beautiful mountains, pristine forest, and a wide variety of plants, animal life and the simple and warm-hearted local people with rich and varied customs.