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Top 5 World’s Most Expensive Treks

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Trekking can be considered as one of the most stress-relieving sports in today’s hectic life schedule and when it comes to luxury trekking, it doesn’t have to be the kind where trekkers camp after a long day in the wilderness. For the ‘true’ trekkers, luxury trekking is something that they will want to remember for the rest of their lives. Hence, it should be worth the time and money spend and pleasing to the sight. Hiking paths traverse the globe, some of which pass through stunning scenery, awe-inspiring culture, and protected wildlife habitats. Let’s have a look at the top 5 luxury trekking destinations in the world.

  1. El chalten paltagonia, Argentina
    Sorrel River Ranch Resort and Spa, located on the banks of the Colorado River, considers nature to be its most valuable asset. The resort provides 240 acres of wide-open ranch property to explore, set amid a stunning setting among southern Utah’s famed arches and red rock mountains. Daily guided treks in both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks allow visitors to get a closer look at the surrounding red sandstone sand.
    Cost- $ 6863 per person

  1. Milford Track, New Zealand
    The Milford Track, which runs for 31 miles (50 kilometers) through Fiordland National Park, is a breathtaking hike. The trek takes you to the spectacular Milford Sound in 5 days, passing through lush rainforests, pure rivers, crystal clear lakes, huge cliffs, snow-capped summits, and silent fiords, all of which would make a hobbit’s dreams come true. Even on wet days, the view is breathtaking, with entire valley walls transforming into raging waterfalls.
    Cost- $2000 per person with all-inclusive guided trips

  1. Tour Du Mont Blanc, Europe
    When it comes to the top hikes in the world, we can’t leave out the Tour du Mont Blanc. It’s one of Europe’s most popular and longest hikes. By following this journey path, you will have the opportunity to go through three of Europe’s most beautiful countries: France, Italy, and Switzerland. You will see nature at its most beautiful along the route. You’ll visit some of Europe’s most gorgeous sights, from unique mountains to lovely valleys. You’ll also have the opportunity to marvel at Europe’s magnificent glaciers. The track is 170 kilometers long with a 10-kilometer ascent/descent. This trek could be the most memorable event of your life.
    Cost- $1500 inclusive guide trekking costs

  1. The Bungle Bungles piccaninny gorge trek, Australia
    The Bungle Bungles are the most unusual natural feature of Western Australia, a region known for its dramatic and remote scenery. The Bungle Bungles are surreal-looking red and black beehive domes that rise from the grassland. This fly-in/fly-out bushwalking expedition in World Heritage habitat follows the Picaninny Gorge, with lots of opportunities for rock-hopping, swimming in cool waterholes.
    Cost- $3495 per person for a 6-day trek

  1. Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
    Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest summit at 19,331 feet (5,892 meters), awaits you in Tanzania for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Kilimanjaro means “mountain of the springs,” and its unique location just below the equator allows visitors to see five different habitats from bottom to top, making an ascent of the mountain undeniably unique. From lush jungles to freezing tundra, the climb up the world’s largest freestanding mountain takes you through five different habitats. While you do not need to be an expert climber to conquer the peak (only be physically fit), the grueling climb – which takes at least 5 days – should not be underestimated.
    Cost:
    Marangu Route 6 Days From 1,590 US Dollars
    Lemosho Route 8 Days From 1,990 US Dollars
    Machame Route 7 Days From 1,860 US Dollars
    Rongai Route 6 Days From 1,660 US Dollars
    Marangu Route 5 Days From 1,440 US Dollars
    Lemosho Route 7 Days From 1,860 US Dollars
    Machame Route 6 Days From 1,620 US Dollars
    Rongai Route 7 Days From 1,860 US Dollars

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Anna Papadopoulos
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