Trekking

Nepal has high diversity in its geography, ethnicity, lifestyle in every hundred of kilometres. Being a small country, you can experience sweating hot temperature to Icy Mountains within some kilometres. Every traveller or trekker can experience a change in vegetation, lifestyle, geography every new day. This can be experienced by trekking in Nepal. Some of the popular region for trekking in Nepal are Annapurna Region, Everest Region, Manaslu Region, Makalu Region, Kanchanjunga Region, Dhaulagiri Region, Dolpo Region and other regions in Nepal.

Camping Trek

Camping trek is fully supported by team members with supplies of all necessary logistics. The complete equipment- tents, sleeping mats, dining tent, kitchen equipment, foods etc are provided by the company. In group along with the camping, the trek will be involved in the guide, cook, camping staffs, kitchen team and porters. Along the trekking end of the day, they will fix the campsite as best possible places, prepare foods and overnight halt. In the morning set off the campsite have breakfast and continue onward hiking which will take involves until end of the pre-planed trek.
The typical days of camping trek also follow the same as teahouse trekking as timetable and the foods will we cooked by the well-trained cook. At camping spot, some of our staff team likes to sing-song and dance too or some places mother group of the local community may come to perform their local culture show. In this regards your guide will collect some donation for them which they use that money for social work – care of health and preserve their typical culture as well.

Tea House Trek

The Nepali word “Chiyaghar” is the direct translation for a tea house and the most popular trekking routes of Nepal link tea houses together along a route. Most of the popular trekking routes of Nepal like Annapurna, Everest, Langtang or Helambu areas have tea-house lodges in different milestones. According to the experiences shared by regular visitors and local people, the standards of food and stay have improved remarkably over the past few years in many of these houses. Tea Houses are local lodges where you get to eat and sleep during your trek. Going on a tea house trek means that you will sleep in these types of accommodations. Tea houses will provide bedding and food. The quality of the tea houses depends on the place but can be quite basic. There are many travel agencies in Nepal that offer well-budgeted tea houses offering clean accommodations and good food, with the trek guided, assistance guide and leader. Hence, tea house type trekking allows the trekkers to plan their trek at their own place, set their own schedule and experience the real-life and culture of the rural area.

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Before You Travel

I was born on 17th  April 1971 in Gorkha which stands at an elevation of 2100m from sea level a... Read More

He was born  in the Gorkha District of Himalayan region of Nepal.He has passed Bachelor fro... Read More

Kiran is a Trekking Guide.

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