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Nepal Trekking Information

A trek in Nepal is a special and rewarding mountain holiday. Nepal’s geographical conditions make for some of the most exciting and breathtaking trekking the world has to offer. Nepal is truly one of the worlds beautiful countries, not just in nature but in its culture and variety of ethnic groups inhabiting it. Compared to trekking in other Himalayan countries like India and Pakistan, Nepal offers better serviced trekking routes, making trekking for you easy and comfortable for you. Though if you are not inclined to stay in teahouse and want a more wild experience there are limitless opportunities for camping and fully self supported remote trekking in Nepal.


Trekking in Nepal has captured the imaginations of mountaineers and explorers from more than 100 years. The lifestyle and habits of the inhabitants of the mountain regions has not changed for generations, the village people offer a huge sense of hospitability and welcome to trekkers and mountaineers a like, its often form the people that trekkers take there fondest memories.

 

It is not complicated or expensive to trek in Nepal. One of the biggest parts of your trekking experience is your guide. Your Nepali guide will be everything to you along the trek and for most people life long friendships are formed with their guides and the guide’s families. Nepal is a country of friendly people belonging to many different ethnic groups, each having their own variety of culture, religion, festivals and castes etc.

 

Of course Nepal also offers the highest mountains in the world. Mountains like Sagarmatha, Manaslu and Dhaulagiri are major attractions for trekkers coming to Nepal. Trekking in Nepal gives you the chance to walk amongst these giants and in some cases to the very foot of them, where you truly will be exhilarated. Not only are there mountains in Nepal, but a diverse range of flora and funa. Many of Nepal’s trekking regions are encompassed by national parks with a diverse range of wildlife, some rare and endangered. If you are lucky you may spot a tiger or an elusive snow leopard. Any trek in Nepal will involve walking through diverse forests, from sub tropical to alpine as well as different environments, like barren mountain landscapes , lush alpine meadows and rocky snow covered passes, not to mention the ice falls, glaciers, high altitude and frozen lakes. what more could you want form a trekking holiday? If you have the time and are planning on a trekking holiday, Nepal is a must destination for you.

 

Trekking Style

Teahouse trek (Lodge to Lodge trek)

This is the most popular way of trekking in nepal. In tea house trek we take you from tea house. We who will take care of all the payments and will organize the places to eat and sleep will provide depending on the size of your group a guide. For accommodation and food, we use the tea house on the trails. However, food will be based on the menu of tea house.

 

Note: sometimes, a tea house offers many standard food but chances are very rare since most of the tea houses offers simple basic meals. Although many hotels in the hills are reasonably comfortable, the in some places may be dirty, often smoky. Home chimneys are rare, so room on the 2nd floor of houses can turn into an intolerable smoke houses as soon as someone lights the cooking fire in the kitchen below.

 

The benefit of tea-house trek is that by arranging our food accommodation locally, we can move at our own pace and set our own schedule and most importantly experience the real life style of the rural people.

 

Camping Trek

Camping trek is the type of trek where all the trekking gears such as tents, mattresses, sleeping bags, toilet tents, kitchen tens, kitchen utensils, and so on…. Will be provided by us and a certain numbers of support staff and guide based on the size of the group. A chief guide will be employed to handle the whole trekking program. However, while you are on a camping trek, you will have to stick to the program and schedule, which is pre-arranged by the chief guide. All meals will be prepared on the way using the fresh vegetables available in the surrounding area. Some tinned food will also be served.

 

Note: usually our day on a camping trek starts around 6:30 am after a light breakfast bread, jam, boiled egg, tea or coffee depending on your choice. When you are enjoying the breakfast, our support staff packs up the tents and equipments and move ahead to find another suitable place to prepare food for lunch. Around 12:00 to 1:00 lunch will be served. After lunch, the last of the days's trek is done which usually takes 1.5 to 2hrs of walk. Our support staff will put up the tents and will start preparing dinner around 7:00 pm the dinner will be served and the day ends.

 

What is Trekking?

Trekking often refers to multi-day hiking trips through rural, often rugged territory. Many people who are trekkers engage in longer trips through entire regions of the world, using trekking as a way of getting from place to place. It can be incorporated with a number of other outdoor sports, such as rock climbing or backpacking.

Trekking is different from other sorts of travel for a few different reasons. It tends to be less-structured than other sort of travel, as weather conditions and topography help influence travel plans more than plane flights or hotel availability. As travelers move on foot through often-rural areas, trekking gives travelers an up-close view of incredible scenery. Many trekkers travel through isolated areas, giving them an experience much different than those who travel in organized groups to more-popular destinations. It often allows them to interact with nature, doing anything from climbing a rock wall to navigating across a mountain or entire mountain range.


Trekking can be done anywhere in the world. Several areas are particularly popular with travelers, including the mountainous regions such as the Himilayas in Asia and the Andes in South America. However, treks have been organized in other less-touristed areas regions on almost every continent. Trekking can result in a trip as long or short as participants decide, from trips of a week or more to expeditions that last more than a year. Trekking can be as athletic and adventurous as participants decide. The less-structured nature of trekking and a world of destinations help attract a wide variety of participants to the activity.

 

Several pieces of gear help make trekking more enjoyable. One is a comfortably-fitting backpack. Many trekkers travel for extended periods and need to carry all of their belongings with them. A sturdy backpack can comfortably fit more than 20-40 pounds (10-20 kilos) of clothing and gear. Another important item is sturdy hiking boots. When covering long distances, wearing the right pair of boots can make the difference between enjoying a trip and being in pain. Other survival equipment, such as warm clothing, a first aid kit and a supply of food and water are also very important.

 

First time Trekking?

Generally trekking in Nepal Himalayas is easy and follows good paths with well trampled routes. Nepal is most popular for trekking routes like Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and Manasalu. All are well supplied with tea shops and lodges, and the trails between these are well used and present easy walking conditions. We have short and easy to long and difficult treks. We will choose the trek per your time and fitness level. Normally ourtrekking allows plenty of time to comfortably complete the itinerary. To ensure that everyone is in good shape for the rise of the trails like Annapurna Base camp, Everest Base camp, Throngla pass, and other treks, all of our trekking itinerarys include acclimatization days. This climb presents no real difficulty and should be within the capabilities of fit and active hill walkers. However, there are a couple of quite long trekking days and it will be noted that trekking at elevation above 5000m is essentially tiring.

 

Trekking is physical but certainly not beyond the majority of people. The main thing is what kind of experience we want to have from the trekking. Do we want to reach the center of the great white peaks or so we want to pass through villages with many different cultures. Do we want to get away from it all and ebb into the remote mountains or might we just wish to see a superb mountain view with little energy. Another consideration is how much time we have and in what season we would like to trek. 3 weeks to a month treks at higher passes often close from December to February due to extreme snowfall but 1 to 2 weeks trek will be done easily.

 

While we are in trekking, walking through the trail after a few days, body and mind will become completely adjusted. So that, it seems this is all one ever meditating, with attention put on every step. Putting ourselves in powerful landscapes where for centuries holy men and pilgrims have lost and found themselves. The villagers of the Himalaya help reveal all that remains hidden during the every day subsistence.We are advising to start an exercise program. If you don't exercise regularly, start. Aerobic fitness is a key factor of a comfortable trekking experience. If your body is used to physical energy, we will be less likely to suffer from tiredness or injury. As many as six months before our trek (depending on your level of physical fitness), aim to start a program of regular physical activity for an hour per day, five days per week.

 

What Is Camping or Tea House Trekking?

Teahouse trek (Lodge to Lodge trek)

This is the most popular way of trekking in nepal. In tea house trek we take you from tea house. We who will take care of all the payments and will organize the places to eat and sleep will provide depending on the size of your group a guide. For accommodation and food, we use the tea house on the trails. However, food will be based on the menu of tea house.

 

Note: sometimes, a tea house offers many standard food but chances are very rare since most of the tea houses offers simple basic meals. Although many hotels in the hills are reasonably comfortable, the in some places may be dirty, often smoky. Home chimneys are rare, so room on the 2nd floor of houses can turn into an intolerable smoke houses as soon as someone lights the cooking fire in the kitchen below.

 

The benefit of tea-house trek is that by arranging our food accommodation locally, we can move at our own pace and set our own schedule and most importantly experience the real life style of the rural people.

 

Camping Trek

camping trek is the type of trek where all the trekking gears such as tents, mattresses, sleeping bags, toilet tents, kitchen tens, kitchen utensils, and so on. Will be provided by us and a certain numbers of support staff and guide based on the size of the group. A chief guide will be employed to handle the whole trekking program. However, while you are on a camping trek, you will have to stick to the program and schedule, which is pre-arranged by the chief guide. All meals will be prepared on the way using the fresh vegetables available in the surrounding area. Some tinned food will also be served.

 

Note: usually our day on a camping trek starts around 6:30 am after a light breakfast bread, jam, boiled egg, tea or coffee depending on your choice. When you are enjoying the breakfast, our support staff packs up the tents and equipments and move ahead to find another suitable place to prepare food for lunch. Around 12:00 to 1:00 lunch will be served. After lunch, the last of the days's trek is done which usually takes 1.5 to 2hrs of walk. Our support staff will put up the tents and will start preparing dinner around 7:00 pm the dinner will be served and the day ends.