Trekking in Nepal means daily walking with overnights in lodges or in tented camps. Nepal is haven for trekkers. It has from one day to a month long trekking routes. Most of the trekking trails of Nepal run through uphill, down hill, valleys, ridges, rustic bridges, forests and terraced rice fields etc. The pleasant part for trekkers is to see the innocence and simplicity of the village people that reflects ...See more
Trekking in Nepal means daily walking with overnights in lodges or in tented camps. Nepal is haven for trekkers. It has from one day to a month long trekking routes. Most of the trekking trails of Nepal run through uphill, down hill, valleys, ridges, rustic bridges, forests and terraced rice fields etc. The pleasant part for trekkers is to see the innocence and simplicity of the village people that reflects the divine quality of human nature.
Trekking in Nepal is categorized in three grades:
1-: Easy Trek: It can be done up to the altitude of 3000m and 4 to 6 hrs easy walking per day. It is suitable for people without age limit.
2-: Moderate trek: The trek falls within the altitude of 3000 to 5000m and daily walking will be 5 to 7 hrs. In this type of trek some physical fitness is required.
3-: Strenuous Trek: Above 5000m trek is considered to be the hard trek and sound health is a must. It is not recommended for hypertension and heart patients. For this trek we recommend you to consult us for detail information. There are two kinds of trekking for operation.
1-: Tea house trek (Lodge trek): In two popular regions Annapurna and Everest, most of the treks can be done in lodge accommodation. It is economical compare to full arranged trek.
2-: Full arranged trek (tented camp): There are some trekking routes where no Lodges are available in such cases full arranged trek should be organized. In this trek we need Sirdar, Sherpas, Kitchen crews and porters to carry food stuff, tents and personal luggage of the clients.
Best seasons: February to May and October to November.
Clothing: The days are quite warm but morning and evening are chilly. Woolen shocks, Trousers, full sleeves shirts and pullover are required. For day walking shorts, T- shirts, hats or P-caps, Trekking shoes, sun glasses, sun cream and one water bottle are required.
Medicines: A first aid box is recommended.
All our treks are managed by a team of professionally trained Sherpas and trekking crews. We also provide linguist leader on request. Your entire main luggage is carried by a porter. You are supposed to carry a day pack containing your water bottle, camera and other small items you might need on trail.
Our trekking day starts with wake up call, tea or coffee, ablution and breakfast. After that you walk at your own pace to the lunch spot for 2 to 3 and half hours. After lunch you start walking for another 2 to 3 hours to reach the final destination of the day. A staff will be always there to show you the way and to take care of you.
In case of health problem, you will be taken to the nearest health post; however on serious cases, a rescue helicopter/international medical flight will be arranged. Provided the expenses will be borne by your insurance company.