People often confuse trekking with hiking. Although similar, trekking always involves walking in nature through difficult terrain for several days. Along the trek’s path, you usually find villages and guest houses that you can rely on for shelter, food and water.
Often, trekking represents the commercial aspect of walking in nature, in which tour operators guide trekkers through long trails.
I do it cause I can blog will use the word “trekking” for all nature walks that are more than 3 days, which are either guide & porter supported or self-supported treks.
Trekking is one of the best ways to experience a culture, explore indigenous civilization, and discover unspoiled wilderness.