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Nepal Trekking

Overview of Nepal Trekking

Nepal trekking gives you the best experience in your life. Anyone with an average degree of fitness and the spirit of adventure will enjoy the thrill of trekking in Nepal except for some high altitudes. One can walk along the trails, which are easy to follow and have been used by the local inhabitants for centuries, or also you can explore less used tracks as a discovery. Even the people in Nepal are kind-hearted and friendly. It is easy and quick to learn about things in a friendly environment.

Nepal trekking gets in a long hike and takes you to the best mountain scenario. Trekking in Nepal can be adventurous as well as a challenging journey for people. With its magnificent mountain views. Nepal is the dream destination of many travel seekers.

It is considered one of the best trek destinations in the world. Nepal is a multilingual, multi-ethnic, and multi-cultural country. Nepal has three regions and is rich in natural beauty, ancient culture, and tradition. Unbelievable panorama and so on. The country has the biggest lakes, Long Rivers, mountains above, and underneath the height of 8000 meters. It has great weather as well as many religious and ancient heritage.

What makes Nepal one attractive vacation spot for people from around the world. Nepal has a different caste of people. The various festivals and traditions of people from different groups make Nepal so unique from other countries in the world.

Nepal short trek

Nepal short trek is for travelers who are aged or have physical endurance, don’t have trekking experience before. And got limited time in Nepal. But at the same time, it is also suitable for all kinds of individuals who want o enjoy nature’s wonder without taking huge risks. You don’t always have to climb up to the top of the mountain to feel the thrill. And this is why these kinds of treks are built. Our short treks are easy options to explore the hidden beauty even more.

So, if you are looking for a few days of an Annapurna Ghandruk Village trek in the Himalayas, you will find some of the most popular short treks in Nepal.  So, this trail offers the best time trekking season of Nepal Himalayan and famous trekking in Nepal. Nepal’s short trek does not take you to high altitudes. Within the limited and favorable altitude and climate, you will be trekking towards the magnificent mountains and through the green hills.

It provides a lovely opportunity to see the beautiful mountain of Nepal and an excellent introduction to Nepalese rural life and culture. In the shadows and foothill of icy pinnacles of the Himalayas, one passes picturesque, charming villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups. Also, you will enjoy the heart-warming hospitality of the Nepalese people. Furthermore, in our Nepal short trek, you get to witness the local culture, traditions, and lifestyle of the people living in the mountain areas.

How long is trekking in Nepal?

Most of the travelers think to do trekking in Nepal needed more days and needs to be totally fit. Nepal has all sorts of trekking to cater needs of every traveler, Trekking in Nepal can be a short 2 to 3 days to a long 30 days can be done. Though most of the best treks are 10 to 20 days, you can add a few days for Kathmandu’s historical tour, visit Pokhara one of the best places in Nepal, and can add a jungle safari adventure in Chitwan and 1,2 days of white water rafting

Newly opened off the beaten Trekking

The geographical diversity of nature and a range of exotic cultures make Nepal a country for ideal Trekking. Nepal is known as the Trekkers paradise offering countless exciting trekking destinations with a unique combination of natural and cultural elements. It is human nature that they are curious about something new ideas, new places & new culture. We are looking forward to exploring a new route to take the visitors Off The Beaten Trekking tracks to some of the most remote and beautiful areas of Nepal. Besides the popular routes, the Nepal Government has opened new routes that are culturally and naturally popular.  Nepal Trekking to this newly opened trail, Traveler will encounter the lovely villages, flora and fauna, deepest valleys, and so forth. These Nepal’s Virgin trekking trails enable its visitors to discover rare cultures and lifestyles.

Less travel trek route

When the popular and old trekking route is becoming more crowded and busy, the new one is becoming a subject of interest for the trekkers. The attraction to explore Nepal’s off-the-beaten trekking destinations is getting high. Some of the new routes venture through intriguing villages where one can truly see the life of Nepalese people of the mid-hills and foothills of the Himalayas with the magnificent scenery of the country and turn your dream into reality. The Traditional way of life unchanged from centuries of the people in Nepal is sure to increase the level of admiration.

If one is looking for more quiet, natural, and non-tourist trekking trails in Nepal, then the newly opened  Nepal trekking destinations are useful and recommended. During many of these off-beaten treks, you will experience the vibrant culture of the locals. Moreover, you will see their homes and witness local dance and cultural shows. On one hand, trekking along new trails enables you to enjoy the distinct culture and on the other hand, your visit to these places turns to be a great help for the local inhabitants who are struggling for existence. This trek provides the perfect answer to the trekkers who are searching for freshness and adventure and allows them to marvel at the unexplored and diverse natural treasures of Nepal.

Summer and Monsoon Trekking

Nepal has summer and monsoon in June July & August During summer you can enjoy a hike to summer Nepal trekking very much with green valleys and waterfalls on the way. Mainly a nature lover can always make it as his destination of trekking year-round. The primary trekking season in the Himalayas falls in the spring when the weather is favorable. Because of the unique geography, landscape, and climate of Nepal, Trekking is possible all year round in Nepal. Trekking in summer in Nepal is a blessing for the photographer as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation making this the perfect time to capture Nepal in all its beauty. Nepal’s Summer trekking months are normally clear from morning until afternoon time and all the hills are alive with blooming wildflowers like magnolia and rhododendrons and other colorful wildflowers.

Few things to remember while trekking in Nepal

Travel with the best tour company

“Above the Himalaya Pvt. Ltd” is here for arranging the best holiday for you. AHT is proud to share our country. We have more than 13 years of operations in this country. We know well nature & century old cultures and many years of experience in this field. With you together we create an opportunity to explore our beautiful Nepal. Exploring the exotic variety of learning and scenery is what brings people repeatedly back to Nepal. We are providing the services to the customer since 2007 and further. AHT welcomes you to join our professional team for the best Nepal trekking adventure.  Above the Himalayas, agencies have voted for the best tour company from different travel forums and online media. Thank you to all our past customers and friends who recommend us and make us no 1 best company in Nepal.

2. Trek with Guide and porter

Guide and porter make your trek journey more comfortable in the mountains of Nepal trekking. They will guide you through the way and make sure that you are comfortable. It is always better to hire a licensed guide so that you won’t face a problem later. Also, hire a guide who knows the English language and have an idea of the place you are visiting

 

3.  Know about the trekking safety

Nepal comprises trekking from easy to difficult one. Before going, you need to understand the level of trekking so that it will make you comfortable while you are on the trek. Do not miss the first aid kit while coming for trekking in Nepal.

 

How much it cost to trek in Nepal?

Nepal has considered one of the budget travel places in the world, then Nepal can be your first choice. How much the cost for a Nepal trek and its kind of budget for your trips involves careful and thoughtful planning. Nonetheless, there are some aspects that are related to the cost of trekking in Nepal. The cost depends on the following factors:

  • Trekking destination that you want to visit
  • What activities you will do during your trekking trip
  • Trekking seasons that you want to visit
  • The length and duration of your trekking trip
  • Mode of accommodation
  • Mode of transportation
  • Food and drinks
  • Other extra miscellaneous expenses

Nepal trekking is costing some of the lowest in the world. mostly it is a package trek and almost all cover in your package cost, you need some little extra money for your personal cost.

The cost ranges from famous trekking true like Everest Base Camp  USD 1300 to USD 1600,  Annapurna region USD 490 to USD 1290, and Langtang USD 500 to USD 800. So, overall for the good trekking holiday, We recommend spending around $1,200-$1500 for a well-priced and safe trek that will let you enjoy the beauty of the

How long is trekking in Nepal?

Most of the travelers think to do trekking in Nepal needed more days and need to be totally fit. Nepal has all sorts of trekking to cater needs of every traveler, Trekking in Nepal can be a short 2 to 3 days to a long 30 days can be done. Though most of the best treks are 10 to 20 days, you can add few days for Kathmandu’s historical tour, visit Pokhara one of the best places in Nepal, and can add a jungle safari adventure in Chitwan and 1,2 days of white water rafting

Less than a week (2 to 4 days trekking)

2 to 4 days short Nepal trekking takes you through terraced hillsides, charming slate-roofed villages inhabited by the friendly local community, dense moss rhododendron forests, beautiful waterfalls with a magnificent view of snow-capped mountains. There is plenty of opportunities to see the spectral mountain scenery from the lower altitude also, trek to Kathmandu valley, Annapurna Ghandruk loop, Village trekking near Kathmandu and Pokhara can be done in this short period

One Week trekking

Normally a week trek involves no difficult climbing or ascents to high altitudes, takes usually no more than a week, and is suitable for anyone. However, you should not think that loss of height means loss of interest; while our more challenging treks get you closer to a small number of mountain ranges. The best one week trek is Annapurna poon hill, Helambu trekking, trekking on Kathmandu valley and, Everest easy trek also can be done in this time frame, similarly you can try the Shivapuri trekking, Siklis trekking, Mardi Himal or the Annapurna Royal Trekking.

Two Week trekking

This Moderate Trek is more difficult than an easy and leisure trek and is suitable for any walker looking for something a little more energetic. This Moderate trek is longer (10-14 days), involve more walking up and down and climb to higher altitudes, where you will be rewarded with close-up views of big mountains For a well-trodden route with good tea-house facilities, Annapurna Circuit Trek,  Gokyo Lake, Langtang valley with Gosainkunda lake nad trek to trek Upper Mustang trek is ideal

Three Week Trekking

These treks ascend to altitudes of up to 500m and involve some steep climbing, For a popular and spectacular trek, with the possibility of staying in well-developed tea houses, the Annapurna circuit with base camp is a good choice. A gradual ascent through a green river alley will, with good tea house facilities, is the Everest Base camp. The goal of this trek speaks for itself, but in achieving it, you cross a glacier, see Mt.Everest, and a whole variety of soaring peaks, and experience the rich Sherpa culture. For a real adventure in the wild and Makalu Base Camp,  Everest Chola Pass Trekking. Manaslu circuit full version and Everest high pass trek are in this category.

Trekking in Nepal in Winter

Nepal winter trekking is that golden opportunity that will not only allow you to be adventurous but also ensure that it becomes the most unforgettable journey of your life. Nepal has recently got “Country of the year Award 2019 ” for being recognized as Asia’s Best Nation for Mountaineering Adventures at the Top Asia Corporate Ball, in Malaysia. And this definitely not surprising as Nepal has been always the best place for trekking activities.

As we know, Nepal is best known for the world’s highest mountain range. Nepal boasts eight of the world’s ten highest peaks, including Mount Everest trekking – the world’s tallest peak. Above the Himalayan trekking has been operating the best treks in Nepal, offering an astonishing diversity of trekking and sightseeing attractions full of adventure opportunities. If you are looking for isolation and an unbelievable outlook, the winter season in Nepal is an excellent time to trek. You can utilize your winter leisure time to explore Nepal in the best way. The winters in Nepal are lovely with extremely diverse climatic conditions especially in the North of the country.  One can truly appreciate the natural beauty at this time of the year.

Moreover, Nepal has diverse climatic conditions giving you wide opportunities to select from many destinations in Nepal to enjoy the hill and snowy climatic treks. But brick winds and colder temperatures generally confine trekking to lower elevations. You can enjoy snow-capped breathtaking panoramic long-range mountain views of the Himalayas. Kathmandu (Temple City in the World), Pokhara (world-famous paradise and Heritage City), Lumbini (Lord Buddha born place), Chitwan (world-famous Jungle safari wildlife) site are some of the winter travel destinations in Nepal.

Most popular winter trekking

The most popular treks like Annapurna Ghandruk village trek, Ghorepani Poonhill, Up to Namche Bazaar, and Everest view, Kathmandu valley rim, Helambu valley trek are a right choice. The benefit of winter trekking is there are fewer travelers along the trails t.  And, at the same time enjoy the beauty of the Himalayas in solitude. And there would be low season airfare, off-season hotel, and transportation rate, and other many causes; traveler can have quality services and facilities at a low cost during this trek.

Along with that, the vegetation and bio-diversity of this country are unbelievable. Furthermore, you can find the most favorable cool climate, along with different types of forests, flora, and fauna, etc. Especially in winter, the weather becomes very much suitable for trekking. The rainfall is rare and the sky is clear, daytime is filled with sunlight. You can get clear and spectacular views of stunning mountain and enjoy the trekking as well.

So, from this beautiful land of Himalaya’s we invite and welcome you to explore this hidden part and make the memories that you will cherish forever.

Newly opened off the beaten Trekking

The geographical diversity of nature and a range of exotic cultures make Nepal a country for ideal Trekking. Nepal is known as the Trekkers paradise offering countless exciting trekking destinations with a unique combination of natural and cultural elements. It is human nature that they are curious about something new ideas, new places & new culture. We are looking forward to exploring a new route to take the visitors Off The Beaten Trekking tracks to some of the most remote and beautiful areas of Nepal. Besides the popular routes, the Nepal Government has opened new routes which are culturally and naturally popular. Trekking to this newly opened trek, Traveler will encounter the lovely villages, flora and fauna, deepest valleys, and so forth. These Nepal’s Virgin trekking trails enable its visitors to discover rare culture and lifestyle.

Less travel trek route

When the popular and old trekking route is becoming more crowded and busy, the new one is becoming a subject of interest for the trekkers. The attraction to explore Nepal’s off the beaten trekking destinations is getting high. Some of the new routes ventures through intriguing villages where one can truly see the life of Nepalese people of the mid-hills and foothills of the Himalaya with the magnificent scenery of the country and turns your dream to reality. The Traditional way of life unchanged from centuries of the people in Nepal is sure to increase the level of admiration.

If one is looking for more quiet, natural, and non-tourist trekking trails in Nepal, then the newly opened trekking destinations are useful and recommended. During many of these off beaten treks, you will experience the vibrant culture of the locals. Moreover, you will see their homes and witness local dance and cultural shows. On one hand, trekking along new trails enables you to enjoy the distinct culture and on the other hand, your visit to these places turns to be a great help for the local inhabitants who are struggling for existence. This trek provides the perfect answer to the trekkers who are searching for freshness and adventure and gives them the opportunity to marvel at the unexplored and diverse natural treasures of Nepal.

Summer and Monsoon Trekking

Nepal has summer and monsoon in June July & August During summer you can enjoy a hike to summer trekking very much with green valleys and waterfalls on the way. Mainly a nature lover can always make it as his destination of trekking year-round. The primary trekking season in the Himalayas falls in the spring when the weather is favorable. Because of the unique geography, landscape, and climate of Nepal, Trekking is possible all year round in Nepal. Trekking in summer in Nepal is a blessing for the photographer as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation making this the perfect time to capture Nepal in all its beauty. Nepal’s Summer trekking months are normally clear from morning until afternoon time and all the hills are alive with blooming wildflowers like magnolia and rhododendrons and other colorful wildflowers.

Trekking in the Rainshadow area

During the summer monsoon season, you can trek in the rain shadow areas on the north side of the Himalayas in areas such as Mustang, Upper Manang (Annapurna, and Narphu region), and Dolpo. Mustang and Dolpo trekking regions are restricted trek areas of Nepal and this part of the trekking region is normally not affected by the monsoon in summer due to its geographical location since this region lies in the rain shadow area, close to the Tibet region. The Annapurna region in north-central Nepal also receives appreciably less rain than other parts of the country during the summer months and low-altitude, short treks in this region are recommended.

We suggest you bring insect repellents which are strictly necessary for summer trekking in Nepal.

Nepal is the best trekking destination in the world

Nepal has the best weather to trek and you can do the day trip high altitude trekking. You may trek to exclusive places in keeping with the climatic conditions. Many of the mountains lie in Nepal. Out of the 10 highest peaks, eight peaks are in here — not only mountains but also the lakes, rivers, forests with different animals and birds. Nepal is rich in terms of social, cultural, and spiritual phenomena. The country with a particular mixture of Hindu and Buddhists. The birthplace of Buddha, i.e., Lumbini, is located here. Nepal Trekking and trip propose gigantic landscape for venture lovers who are evermore as trekkers around Nepal Himalayas.

Nepal Trekking expedition offers to walk around, a floor of yaks and yetis, Stupas, and legendary Sherpa. Enjoy the summit of the best mountains on the globe; snow-white Himalaya passes glaciers and icefalls, superlative Himalaya landscapes, and far-flung framework.

Trekking in Nepal a lifetime experience

Trekking in Nepal gives you the best experience in your life. Anyone with an average degree of fitness and the spirit of adventure will enjoy the thrill of trekking in Nepal except for some high altitudes. One can walk along the trails, which are easy to follow and have been used by the local inhabitants for centuries, or also you can explore less used tracks as a discovery. Even the people in Nepal are kind-hearted and friendly. It is easy and quick to learn about things in a friendly environment.

Trekking in Nepal gets in a long hike and takes you to the best mountain scenario. Trekking in Nepal can be adventurous as well as a challenging journey for people. With its magnificent mountain views. Nepal is the dream destination of many travel seekers.

Few things to remember while trekking in Nepal

Everest base camp trek
USD 1420
poon hill trek
USD 390

Poon Hill Trek 04 days

Mardi himal trek
USD 540
Annapurna circuit trek
USD 1020
Ghandruk trek
USD 249

Ghandruk Trek 03 Days

helambu trek
USD 520

Helambu Trek 06 days

Manaslu circuit trek
USD 1930
upper mustang trek
USD 1980
Rolwaling valley Trek
USD 2190
Chisapani Nagarkot Trek
USD 190
gokyo lake trek
USD 1198

Gokyo Lake Trek 10 days

Pikey peak trek
USD 850

Pikey Peak Trek 08 days

langtang valley trek
USD 620
Everest view trek
USD 820
Gosaikunda trek
USD 480

Gosaikunda Trek 05 days

Tilicho lake short trek
USD 1090
nar phu valley trek
USD 1890
Kala patthar trekking
USD 1350
khopra ridge trek
USD 650
Tsum valley trek
USD 1930
ebc trek
USD 1350

EBC Trek 12 days

Makalu base camp trek
USD 1850
dolpo trek
USD 3950

Dolpo Trek 22 days

Rolwaling valley Trek
USD 1250
Ganesh himal trek
USD 798
Cho La Pass Trek
USD 1890
What is trekking?

Trekking is simply an act of adventurous walk on the natural environment or landscapes (more pretibially on the side of mountains) with the motive of enjoying and exploring new places and the view. Furthermore, trekking is travel for more than a day with overnight stays at the trails.

What to expect in the tea house trekking in Nepal?

Tea house trekking is very popular trekking in Nepal nowadays. This type of trekking includes resting in the tea house or hotel and lodges throughout the trek. As camping tours are not very safe and involve lots of difficulties, tea house trips are an easy and enjoyable Nepal short trek. Mostly tea house is open throughout the day and consists of basic facilities for food and accommodation. During the peak season if you do not get rooms in the lodge then you can stay in tea houses. During the treks in the Himalayans, tea house trekking is very famous.

Why is Nepal Trekking Useful?

Trekking helps to have a close insight into nature and helps to keep our minds stress-free from hectic life.  Nepal Trekking helps to test the physical stamina, the ability to accept the new environment, and also the psychological captivity to some extent.

Who can Trek?

Trekking has no limitation, everyone who is a travel lover can trek. But children and older people are less recommended for trekking. Additionally, people with heart problems, lung problems, etc. are restricted to trek.

How long do I have to walk on each day?

Your walk on each day depends on the type of trek. If you are doing a Himalayan tour then you will have to walk about 5 to 7 hours a day covering 14 km of distance. But if you are traveling to other places then you will have to walk about 4 to 5 a day covering 8 km of distance. Most of the time, the Nepal short trek is easy to walk but during the time of monsoon season, it might be slightly difficult to walk due to the rainfall.

What are the tips for people trekking for the first time?

For those people who are trekking for the first time might be slightly difficult. There might be various things on the journey that might take you out of your comfort zone. If you do not have any experience in trekking following tips might be helpful for you: –
Start small and do no rush in your walk: – hiking environment might be completely new for most of you.
Keep your body hydrated: – Drinking enough water during the trek is very important during the trek. Water while traveling helps to keep your body hydrated.
Pack your gears wisely: – Be careful while packing r gear for the trek. Along with the light clothes according to the season, you will also have to pack a pair of trekking boots.

Do I need to hire a porter for the trek?

Hire a porter completely depend on your wish. If you think that you could carry your bags and all your gear by yourself then you will not need a pouter. But it is always better to hire a porter for the trek so, you can enjoy the trek without any disturbance. If you hire an experienced and local porter of that particular place then they have more knowledge about the places and the trail.

When is the best time for trekking in Nepal?

Although trekking in Nepal can provide you the best experience throughout the year. But generally, spring and autumn seasons are more preferred for rambling and for adventurous activities. October, November, and March to May are popular times for visiting Nepal. During this time precipitation is very less and you can enjoy the crystal-clear view. The weather also remains fine during these times. Apart from this, you can do short treks during the winter seasons.

Is it difficult to trek in Nepal?

The adventurous and stimulating hiking places of Nepal are famous all over the world. The difficulty of walking in Nepal depends on the place that you are marching to. If you are trekking in a high-altitude location then it might be slightly difficult for you. Other than that, you will not have much difficulty. Easy, medium, challenging, and demanding are the four grades of trekking in Nepal. Here you can choose your rambling places according to your comfort level. You have to be careful and keep in mind that the journey might be challenging.

How long are the treks?

The walking time will depend on the grade and the location that you are trekking. On a normal trekking day, you will have to walk 5 to 7 hours a day. If you are trekking for 4 weeks minimum then the trek falls under the challenging treks. If you trek for 2 to 3 weeks then the trek falls under the moderate range and if you complete the trek within a week then the trek is the easy trek. However, the trekking days also depend on the weather and other emergencies during your treks. If you are trekking in higher altitude places then you will have to take a day off to acclimate.

Do I need to have certain training for treks?

Traveling to a new place might be mentally and physically disturbing for some people. We suggest you take some basic training like yoga, swimming, exercise and hiking experiences. If you are taking the longer treks then you must have a strong preparation for that compare to the shorter treks. And if you are traveling in mountains or peak climb then you will have to trek particular training according to the location.

What are the types of trekking in Nepal?

Generally, there are two types of trekking in Nepal: – tea houses trekking and
camping trekking. These two types are most popular in hiking regions like
Annapurna base camp, Everest, Langtang, and Manaslu. In tea house trekking trekkers will have types are good accommodation and food facility. Tea houses will provide you a certain type of luxury.

On the other hand, camping trekking is staying in the camp. Here you will have to make your camp throughout the trek. During this type of trekking, you will have to carry your trekking materials like food, tents, sleeping bags, bags, medical kits, etc along with you. This is open of the best method of trekking as it saves money and you can pitch your camp wherever. Camping treks are slightly difficult for the biggest but is very adventurous

What about the food during the trek?

Normally you will get a simple kind of food everywhere around the country.
You will have both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food according to your
choice. But we recommend you to eat vegetarian food through the trek because it is hygienic and keeps your body stable through the journey. You can also have different types of organic food depending upon the place you are marching to. You should also eat light food as it will help you to walk faster.

What is the kind of clothes that I need for trekking in Nepal?

While packing clothes for your trek you should consider the season that you are trekking in. For example, if you are trekking in the winter season you should pack warm clothes along with the trekking boots and if you are hiking in the summer season then you should pack light clothes with you along with
windproof jackets.

What is the equipment that I need to carry for the trek?

If you are traveling solo then you should carry all your traveling equipment
yourself. So, you will have to hire a porter to carry your gears. Generally, a
porter will carry 25 kgs of load at a time. You will need to carry a day-pack,
fleece jacket, windproof clothes, warm hat, sun cream, trekking boots, first aid kit, and water purification tablets. In addition to this, you will also need to have hiking equipment.

Nepalese food during the trek?

When we say Nepalis food, we remember the typical Nepalis food i.e., Dal
Bhat. Rice and lentils are the main ingredients needed to make Dhal Bhat. If
you are trekking in Nepal for the first time then you must try Dal Bhat. Most
people hiking in the mountain’s region have this dish daily because it gives you energy for traveling. Dal Bhat includes fresh vegetables such as potatoes and cauliflower.

Do I need to have insurance before trekking?

Travel Insurance is simply a policy to cover the risks on your trek. Above the
Himalayan strongly recommend you take insurance before your trek. Travel insurance ensures your safety throughout the trek. Furthermore, there are lots of insurance companies in Nepal that will provide you the great policies for trekking in Nepal. Insurance is necessary if any accidents happen during the trek.

What if there comes an emergency during the trek?

If you are trekking in a new place, then you should be preparing for all kinds of emergencies during the trek. Above the Himalaya has hired an experienced and well-trained guide who will tackle emergencies. In case if you are sick or cannot continue your trek further then we will evacuate you through helicopters.

Where to trek in Nepal?

Adventurous activities of Nepal are very famous worldwide. The most famous trekking location in Nepal is trekking to the highest mountain in the world Everest base camp. Moreover, Himalayan trekking and cultural trek in Nepal are also quite famous. You could trek to Annapurna base camp, Langtang, Macchhapuchre bae camp, Poon hill, etc. You will enjoy the trek along with its high and low routes, snow-capped mountains, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, etc.

Where will I store my luggage?

If you are hiring a porter with you so, you should not worry about carrying
luggage. For storing the luggage then you can store it in the hotels or the tea
houses. Almost all hotels in Nepal will have a storeroom for the luggage so you can store it there for free. This is the safest method as hotels will have a CC tv camera in the storeroom.

What kind of trekking boots are necessary for trekking in Nepal?

Trekking boots are very important while traveling especially in Nepal. The
trekking trail of Nepal rough and filled with rocks. That is why you will need
trekking boots during hiking. There are different kinds of trekking bott available in the market.

You will have to for multiple days carrying the bags durn the trek so, you should buy boots that have a high cut that wraps above the ankles for excellent support. You will need Durable and supportive, with stiffer midsoles than lighter footwear for hiking in Nepal.

What are the modes of transportation during the trek?

Although trekking is the activity of walking there is some marching location in Nepal which require the transportation. Transportation during the trek is
important to reduce the walking time that is why we also offer you helicopter
treks. For walking in most places in Nepal you will have a flight from
Kathmandu to Lukla airport.

What is the difference between solo walking and hiking in the group?

It completely depends on you whether to trek in a group or solo. If you are a
loner and want silene while rambling then you should choose solo walking. In solo walking you can uniquely connect with nature, you can plan and acclimate according to your wish and get to interact with the people. In group hiking you will always have a person to talk to, you will get enough help during emergencies, and you will not get lost.

If you are doing the long trek then it is better to trek in a group than solo treks. Group treks are slightly cheaper than solo walking. Sometimes during the peak season, you can share a room with your fellow group partner. But if you are trekking solo then you will have to book your trek in advance.

What is trekking like in reality?

While trekking expectation does not completely match with the reality.
Trekking is quite hard in reality. You will have a problem talking to the local
people of Nepal. You might not get a great view of the Himalayas because of
the weather. If you are not associated with the trekking company then it might be difficult to arrange permits. You will find and learn lots of new things in reality.

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