"Your Holiday Planner for Nepal Adventure"
Nepal is considered as a trekkers’ paradise .It has bio-diversity land, an incomparable blend of high mountains, spectacular scenery and rich cultures is not exceeded to the road connection with the big cities due to remoteness. It is only possible to explore them by walking through sheepherders or caravan trails. It means trekking. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracks. Either way you are in for an experience for a lifetime. Along with dense forest of rhododendron, isolated hamlets and small mountain villages, birds, animals, temples, monasteries and breathtaking landscapes and on the other hand, you will encounter friendly people of different cultures offering a fascinating glimpse of traditional rural life.
Trekking in the Himalayan opens up new horizons of awareness, blending physical challenge with mental relaxation and a spiritual elation inspired by splendid scenery and heartwarming human encounters. It is a experience that will expand your appreciation of the world and give you a new perspective on you own life.
Different trekking routes offer a different range of lengths and difficulties. Some trekking routes are just a day hiking trip and some are very long and high altitude exploration over the mountain pass. It depends on the your own choice to fulfill your dream.
Assure your safe and enjoyment of trekking trip depends on appealing of expertise and finest crews on your trip. Exploring though the off the beaten track and into a land of discovery, give you deeper insight in the people and surroundings.
Hiking Himalayas Treks & Expedition is a Professional trekking agency; specialize in giving you Nepal the way you want to see it. We tailor make trekking requirements with a team of well experienced hands.
Trekking can be as long or short, as easy or difficult as you wish. There are two types of trek in Nepal- those where you stay in small lodges or ” tea house” and those which are fully organized or “camping treks”
Most trekkers trek to the more popular trekking routes. For those who are interested in “real adventure” We use selected route which are seldom used by others to make your trek more interesting and fun. We have a wide variety of different treks to suit our clients of all age groups and level of experience.
Depending on the trek we either camp or stay in traditional teahouses (these are small, family-run mountain lodges offering meals and simple accommodation). On all except one tour we include all meals while you are trekking. Meals are prepared by your cook team whilst camping or provided by the host family in the teahouses. They include a good variety of traditional food, soups and vegetable dishes and even the odd high altitude apple pie. Please see our trip notes for further information.
A typical day on trek
we start early in the morning to catch the clearest weather and the best views and often cover most of the day’s trek before lunch. We then usually make a long and relaxed stop for lunch before continuing to our overnight accommodation. At all times you can walk at your own pace and take plenty of breaks along the way.
Most trekkers choose between Nepal’s two most popular regions: Annapurna in the west and the Everest (Khumbu) region in the east. Both are spectacular but in different ways: the Everest region is very high, rocky and home to the wonderfully hospitable Sherpa people; the Annapurna region is lower and the trekking routes are more varied, with terraced farmland, forests and pastures. You could also venture into less well-known regions, such as Nanaslu ,Mustang,Nar-Phu etc.. for a chance to witness mountain cultures still relatively untouched by tourism.
The main trekking season is from mid-September to mid-April. In the autumn months you can expect crystal clear skies and comfortable walking temperatures. Between December and February the temperatures drop but the trails are quieter and the mountain views are clear. In the spring the rhododendron forests burst into flower and temperatures are again ideal for trekking. Between May and August the heat builds up and the monsoon rains come, except to some northern region such as Mustang which lies beyond the Himalayan rain-shad
There are two main styles of treks common in Nepal – teahouse treks and camping treks.
A.Tea House / Lodge Trek:
The popular way to trek in Nepal for foreigners and Nepalese is to using local lodges to accommodate and refresh. There is certain trek area where these facilities are available to contain. Particularly in the Everest Region. Annapurna Region, and Langtang Region .In these area one can trek with a bare minimum equipment and rely on lodge. In this Area we take over an entire lodge to trek for our clients and provide and food and shelters a part of package program. Porter carries the client’s gears and guide travels with clients during the day and handles the bureaucracy. Every day, trek start between 7 to 8 am before that we provide you guide provide you Basin of Hot water and after that guide provide hot drinks tea/coffee/hot chocolate with Breakfast. Lunch provide between 11 to 12 am and day end at 3 to 4 pm.
Cost Includes on Lodge Trek:
All meal (three time a day), Guide, porters, insurance of Nepalese staff, Trekking permit and park entrance permit, hot drinks (tea/coffee/hot chocolate), accommodation, boiled water to drink, equipment for Nepalese staff.
Cost Exclude on lodge Trek:
Clients insurance, warm clothes, alcoholic drinks, Hot & cold drinks, (Tea/Coffee,coke, Fanta, sprite), Rescue, and personal expenses.
This classic style of trekking is accommodate in tents and employ porters to carry your gear and sherpas to set up camp, cook, and serves meal. You carry your small backpack with a water bottle, camera and your day clothes. Typical Day on the camping trek: The day begin at 6am with calls of a tea, coffee, hot chocolate sir ! After the tea finished you pack your gears, and emerge to have breakfast. While you are eating sherpas take down the tents and pack up loads for the porters. The entire group is on the way about 7 am. The porters are slower and cook crews (sherpas) race ahead to have a lunch waiting. You will between 11 to 12 am to have lunch. Afternoon trek end about 3pm.when you round ahead to discover your tents already set up in a field near village. The kitchen crew again prepares tea coffee soon after arrival in the camp. Later on , you have free choice to read book or explore surrounding area. Trekking cooks usually serve western food by 6pm.