Tea House Trekking in Nepal

Tea house trekking in nepal

Tea House Trekking in Nepal is the only way to get to know the locals intimately and experience their culture and hospitality. Trekkers can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracks in the lap of green and friendly-looking hills. Either way, you are in for an experience for a lifetime. Along with forests of rhododendrons, dark and deep forests with different seasonal flowers, isolated hamlets, small mountain villages and residential cottages, domestic and forest animals, and a variety of birds.”

Tea house trekking in Nepal is the most popular form of walking along the many established trails in the Himalayas. It involves stopping each night to eat and sleep at a local Tea House on the way. Our guide leads you along your route, organizing and paying for places where you eat and sleep, so you only have to worry about getting your boots off and your feet up before a hot shower and a wholesome meal.

Although many tea houses and hotels in the hills and mountains are reasonably comfortable, some may be dirty, and rooms may be smoky in areas where chimneys are rare. Your guide will ensure that the places you eat and stay offer the minimum levels of comfort you expect—a clean room, hot water showers, and a reasonable menu of good local and foreign dishes.

The benefit of Tea House Trekking is that, by arranging food and accommodation locally through the guide, you can move at your own pace, set your schedule, and – most importantly – meet and experience the real life of the rural people firsthand.

Tea house Trekking in Nepal on a complete board package

With the establishment of many inns along the more popular trekking routes, we now provide a complete package of a lodge (teahouse) trek. An English-speaking native guide will accompany you and make all the arrangements for food and accommodations. We also provide one porter to carry the bulk of your kit for every two persons. The standard of accommodation and food at these inns varies tremendously, but your guide will select the best available.

In this arrangement, we include your meals( Breakfast, lunch, and dinner with tea and coffee), accommodation, transportation, trekking permits, all Government taxes, airport tax, Government licensed holder guide and porter (all the things of guide and porter such as and theirs’ food, drinks, insurance, salary, equipment, transportation, local tax, etc).

A typical day in Tea house trekking in Nepal

Usually, our day on the Tea house trek starts around 7:00 am; you can order the breakfast in your guest house after light breakfast, bread, jam, Muesli, Porridge, and boiled egg, depending on your choice. After breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk. After walking for 3-4 hours, we stopped for lunch around midday. The afternoon walk is generally shorter, and we usually arrive at our destination in time for afternoon tea.

The remainder of the afternoon can be spent exploring the village, washing, or simply relaxing with a good book. After dinner, the evening will often be spent playing cards and reliving the day’s adventures before retiring for a well-earned sleep. Other day activities are the same as mentioned.

Tea house trek in Everest region

Above the Himalayas, Trekking offers the best tea house trekking in Nepal’s Everest region at an affordable price. We have multiple choices of long and short trips in the Everest region. The most popular is the Everest base camp trek, which has a 14- —to 16-day full itinerary.

We can also make a short base camp trek by helicopter. Everest is famous for having the highest mountain peaks in the world. Other Everest trekking packages are the Gokyo Lake Trek, Chola Pass Trek, Everest View Trek, and Three Passes Trek. We can customize the trip according to your time and comfort.

Everest Mountain Tea House Trekking in Nepal

The most exotic fauna habits in this area. As you bypass Sagarmatha National Park, keep your eyes open for Himalayan Tahr, musk deer Pikka, and mouse hare. Above you, in the sky, you might search for the golden eagle, pinnacle-notch Himalayan Monal–Daphe, the Nation bird of Nepal. This region is also the home to leopard, snow leopard, and, allegedly, fearsome Yeti.

The most popular  Everest trekking packages course is flying to Lukla and mountaineering steeply via the mountains of Khumbu to Everest base camp (EBC) or the sacred lakes at Gokyo. However, these days, few trekkers take the route of the roadway at Jiri. You can trek via lowland villages via Jiri or Hile to EBC and experience the breathtaking views of the world’s tallest Mount. Everest.

We will see the stunning views of Ama Dablam, Mount Taweche, Thamserku, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Lhotse, and many more.

Along the trekking trails in the Khumbu region, you will be surrounded by a wide variety of flora and fauna, frozen lakes, and spectacular mountain views. The trails along the hillside are covered with beautiful alpine forests, rhododendrons, and many others unique to tempt you with its beauty and sweet fragrance. The regions give us the best views of Mount Everest (8848m) and Mount Nuptse(7855m).

Other mountains we can see are  Mount Changtse(7550m), Mount Lhotse(8516m), Mount Kantega(6685m), Also the Labuche Peak(6145m), and many other mountain peaks are the major attractions of the Everest region.

The Annapurna regions have the best flora and fauna, and stunning mountains surround them. The areas combine snow-capped peaks, crystal-clear blue lakes, and chaotic rivers with deep gorges. Along with the trail, we will visit Sacred Hindu temples and Buddhist monasteries. The natural hot springs in Myagdi Tatopani are a bonus. Many ethnic groups live in picturesque vintage villages.

 The world’s best trail

Annapurna’s natural environment is diverse, with an 800m to 5400m altitude. The climate starts From sub-tropical forests of oak, bamboo, pine, sandalwood, magnolia, juniper, and rhododendrons. From the high alpine meadows and windswept in the south, barren plateaus up the north. At the same time, we were trekking in the Annapurna base camp for five days. There are many colorful butterflies along the way. We can watch the striking birds, blue sheep, Himalayan tahr, bears, leopards, monkeys, and unique local fauna.

Most of it starts from the well-known city of Pokhara, described as ‘the land of the dreams. You will experience a beautiful, traditional Nepali lifestyle and culture. There are different ethnic groups in Nepal; some of them are  Gurung.  Magar, Thakali, as well as  Manangi. They are known for their hospitality, friendliness, and great humor.

Annapurna Region Tea house trekking in Nepal

The main highlights of Annapurna tea house trekking in Nepal are the mountain view of  Annapurna I (8,091m), II, III, IV; Annapurna South. Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167 m); Mt. Manaslu (8,176m);  Mt. Nilgiri.  Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fishtail); Gangapurna and several more. We will walk through the world, Kali Gandaki’s deepest gorge, and the highest lake (Tilicho Lake). Enjoy the majestic sunshine view from the Ghorepani Poon Hill view spot. We can enjoy the natural hot springs at Tatopani, the Muktinath Temple, and the Annapurna Base Camp views, which are the best.

The best route

Annapurna Base Camp is becoming more popular. It is easy to reach and has various short or long-route options. It is one of the most exciting and perfect tours for adventure lovers. It is also the fastest way to view Mt. Annapurna and its range from the Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m). The sparkling mountains region and its stunning views are worth watching.

Interestingly. Nepal is undoubtedly one of the best adventure treks in the Annapurna region. Nepal is on the top list of many travelers after the Everest Base Camp trek. That covers beautiful landscapes and provides the closest view of the mountains.

It is the best place to visit the best mountains, like Mt. Fishtail. Tent Peak, Manaslu range, Lamjung Himal range, and Mt Dhaulagiri. Those with a limited time who want to explore the Annapurna region can also opt for a Helicopter day trip. The helicopter tour gives views of dynamic landscapes and Lush and Primitive valleys.

Langtang region tea house trekking in Nepal

Langtang tea house trekking is another popular and peaceful travel route in Nepal. It is easily accessible from Kathmandu and offers many trekking destinations without flights. The Langtang—Helambu region is north of Kathmandu, just south of the Tibetan border.

We can also explore the soaring snow-covered peaks, the gentle climate, and the hospitable inhabitants. Usually, Langtang trekking is less traveled than the Annapurna or Everest region, and these regions and treks are less crowded. The Langtang Gosainkunda Helambu trek journey goes through traditional, ethnic villages. Its untouched forests offer pine forests and swift mountain streams. Rugged rock, snow-capped peaks, grassy downs, and meadows are strewn with daises, wild animals, and some scared Lakes.

This region is becoming more popular and essential with its natural beauty and exciting route—one of the shortest trekking routes in the country. The area is located in Langtang Valley, which is near Kathmandu. So, before you go on this trek, you can also go shopping and sightseeing in Kathmandu. You can also rest well before walking on your next adventure—the trail has fantastic scenery, mountain views, forest areas, and many more. The region has a vast option to explore and have fun.

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