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Trekking in Nepal HIGHLIGHTS:
Nepal offers plenty of adventurous trekking trails from the lower elevation to the higher as 5000m and above from the sea level, from short day hikes to multi-day treks in the Himalayas! Trekking in Nepal has been always one of the favorite activities to most of the trekkers. You will see great mountain ranges on most of the trekking; depending on the time of year, the mountain view can be flexible.
Due to diversified land structure, Nepal has the high potentiality of doing trekking activities. Even beginner who doesn’t have trekking experience can also enjoy trekking in Nepal. The popular trekking trails we have mostly used are Everest Base Camp Trekking (Short/Easy/Relaxing from day 10 to 15), Annapurna Base Camp trekking (from day 7 to 12), Annapurna Circuit trekking (from day 12 to 18), Langtang Valley trekking (from day 7 to 12), and many other trekking routes in the Nepal’s Himalaya. These trips can be done with a group or solo and it depends on your time, flexibility and interest. Usually, we suggest to allow minimum of a week to two weeks to enjoy the trekking in Nepal. Some trekking trails in Nepal are restricted by the government and require some special permits such as Upper Mustang Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, etc. Check out the permit cost and other general information before planning the trip.
We allocate an experienced trekking guide who will be in-charge of entire trekking days. He will be the person who should go to with all the problems, questions and concerns. He will be well trained and accumulate the experiences f all the emergency procedures.
Along with a trekking guide, we hire porters who will carry your luggage and usually we hire one porter for two trekkers. However, it will depend on number of people and luggage.
List of gears to trek up to 5500m
List of gears to trek/climb above 55oom
Sleep at Tea House: Most of the trekking trails have basic guest houses, with dorm beds, toilet outside. However, some of the routes have nice guest houses with attached bathrooms and heater inside the room. Tea-houses are basic but clean and people are friendly. Normally, you will take you breakfast and dinner at the same place where you stay.
Sleep at Tent: On camping, we provide private medium size of tent which is suitable for two people. Though, you will sleep on foam mattress places on the ground. We are completely aware of well earn sleep during camping because after 6-7 hours of walking each day need peaceful sleep. That’s way we select tent as per the size of person and make sure it has enough for sleep. Normally, camping is offers in a big group and guests special request. Because, most of the trails have good guest houses available.
During trekking, we provide breakfast and dinner in the guest house/tea house, and lunch en-route. Trekking in a group, we also send our own cook, who prepare your before you reach to the lunch station. Mostly, you will be served our traditional Nepalese meal, Daal Bhat (Rice, lentil soups, vegetables) , local vegetables, noodles, pasta, soup and etc. Meats are occasionally provided after considering it is fresh and hygienic. We assure that every food we provide it fully hygienic, tasty an dour kitchen staff are fully aware of general cleanliness and personal hygiene.
We suggest you drink boiled and filter water during trekking, for the boiled you may ask to your guide. Also, you can bring water purification tablets to purify the normal water available in the route. Although, a mineral water is available in most places which can be better choices but the more you go up, the price of bottled water will get hiked.
Climate and weather could be the major challenges during the trek and it varies as per the season in Nepal. Autumn (September, October, November) and Spring (March, April, May) are the main season in Nepal. During this time, weather becomes much clear with mild to warm days and cold nights. Winter (December, January, February) has clear weather but it’s too clod to trek in the high elevation up to 3000m specially during Jan/Feb. Summer (June, July, August) is wet season and could be difficult to trek and sometimes weather gets cloudy for days.
HimlaayanWindows team is always committed to providing the best services to the every individual trekker, which will give you once-in-a-lifetime experience in the Himalayas. We perform out duties honestly and seriously to make your trip pleasant and smooth. We allocate guides and staffs only confirming they do have complete insurance policy; also we strongly recommend our every guest bring your own insurance policy before going for trek.