Trekking

No region in the world is as famous or popular as Nepal when it comes to trekking. In fact, trekking through the majestic Himalayas in Nepal is sort of like a pilgrimage. You will be leaving behind civilization and embark on a journey to remote and unknown lands. During a trek, you will be walking over ancient trails that pass over mountain ridges, enjoying picturesque river banks and sleeping in quaint villages.

As you trek, you will be greeted with the sight of lush green and deep forests, mountain valleys that are painted with the seasonal flowers, temples of all sizes, breathtaking snow caps and cries of wild animals and birds.

What Kinds of Treks Are Available In Nepal?

We offer trekking trips with varying lengths. You can complete your trek in less than a day or go on long treks that last a few weeks. We make sure that your trek will be a memorable experience. We provide two variations of the classic trek.

Teahouse Trek

You can enjoy this kind of trek on the more famous routes where accommodation facilities are available. The group size for this trek is limited to a maximum of 20 people with the minimum being 1 person. Accommodation is provided generally at hotels, lodges or teahouses. The sleeping and meal facilities provided will be basic. You will be accompanied by strong porters an experienced Sherpa guide. The guide will help you enjoy the trek by taking care of the meals and accommodation for the duration of the trek.

Camping Trek

Unlike teahouse treks, camping treks can be undertaken in nearly all the trekking regions and routes in Nepal. As the name suggests, you will be camping during the trek. All essential camping gear and equipment will be provided by such as toilet tents, kitchen tents and utensils. The trekking group will be accompanied by a Sirdar who will be the chief guide for the trek. There will also be a Sherpa, chef, kitchen crews and porters. If the group is sufficiently large, pack animals will be provided. The chef will cook delicious meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Vegetarian meals can also be provided as long as we are informed while you are booking a trip.

When Should You Trek In Nepal?

The two most popular times to visit Nepal are spring and autumn. During these seasons, the weather is typically mild and dry. However, the other seasons have other special charms to offer to the trekker.

Spring: March to May. Rhododendrons and wildflowers bloom in profusion all over the mountains. The mild weather adds to the beauty of the views.

Autumn: September to November. The weather remains pleasant making this season the most popular for trekkers.

Winter: December to February. Snowfall is limited to higher elevations and the temperatures are low. Trekking is limited to lower elevations but the views are incredible. Moreover, you can enjoy solitude.

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Challenges

Generally short treks of duration not more than 10 days with average walking of 4-6 hours a day with maximum altitude gain of 3500m. Suitable for those people who do not have any previous trekking experience, but still want to see the country side, himalayan scenery, meet and interact with local culture.
The treks covering altitude of 4500m with some longer and shorter walks of 6-7 hrs a day. Moderate treks are with duration of 10 days to 2 weeks in the mountains, suits for people of all ages with good physical fitness.
The trek involves some steep ascents and descents, throughout high passes and involving glacier crossings. Usually you will trek 6 to 8 hours a day. The highest elevation reached is around 5500m & trekking duration can be 2-3 weeks.
This grade will involves the altitude ranges above 5500m to 6000m plus with 7 hrs of walking a day. It covering very remote areas, walking over snow covered high passes with the need of climbing equipment.
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