Nepal has always been ‘the choice’ for trekking since our country is blessed with natural beauty that people love to experience. There’s little bit of everything for everyone, be it adventure sports like paragliding or much relaxed visit like sightseeing and bird watching. Trekking trails of Nepal are very popular and those who have already walked on these trails knows that the experience cannot be traded with anything.
What is trek?
A trek is walking at your own pace along well-established village trails, enjoying close contact with people in remote mountain villages whose lifestyle has not changed for generations. Perhaps the most enjoyable parts of a trek are the clean mountain air and the magnificent views of the mighty Himalayan peaks. You will feel at peace with nature and with yourself.
Whichever trek you choose, it is essential to remember that a trek is not a climbing experience. Camp sites are carefully selected to afford you a walk each day at your own pace and our Sherpa staff are always around to guide you. All camping equipment and foodstuffs are provided, and will be carried by porters who will also carry your duffel bags. All you need to carry is your daypack with camera equipment, water bottle and toilet kit. Should you find it difficult to even cope with this, our Sherpas will be more than happy to assist you.
How our Treks are Operated:
All our treks are managed by a team of professionally trained Sherpas with the Sherpa /sirdar responsible for all aspects of the running of the trek, For larger groups we can provide a qualified leaders.On treks the daily routine will be more or less as given wake up around 06.00 am. with tea/coffee, warm water provided for washing, breakfast of porridge/corn flakes and biscuits with tea/coffee/chocolate. The day's trek starts around 7.30 am. Porters carry all camp equipments, food and your duffel bag. All you carry in your small day pack is a water bottle, small jacket and other small items you might need on trail. Trekkers walk at their own pace.The morning walk to the lunch-spot, takes between 3 hours. in the after camp reached between 4 and 5 pm. Tea and snacks are served while the Sherpas pitch camp. The evening meal is served around 7.00pm inside the dinning tent furnished with a pressurized lantern, table and camp chair/stool. After dinner the Leader/Sirdar will brief trekkers on the next day's trek and you can then retire to your comfortable sleeping tents. Every camp is provided with a simple but hygienic toilet tent.Food on trek is plentiful, healthy, wholesome and varied, Enough staple products are carried for the entire outing. Fresh supplies of vegetable, eggs, meats etc. are purchased wherever available. The day to day routine is designed so that trekkers have time to see, photograph and explore the countryside.
Our Airport Representative will meet you at Kathmandu airport and accompany you on the car/van/bus to your hotel, where your pre trek briefing will be given. After the briefing, he/she will be available for any queries or general information.On the morning of your trek departure, please ensure that you have deposited your valuables at the hotel reception or hand them over to the Tour Officer. Before breakfast you should bring all your baggage down to the hotel lobby where it will be divided into 2 piles - one for the treks and the other for safe storage at the hotel. All bags must be clearly labeled with your name and address.
In the more popular area of Everest, Annapurna and Langtang Regions where there are lodges and hotels for staying and eating. We can organize for you in short time by taking tea house with the lower cost. This type of trekking has its limitations. You keep to the main trails you overnight stays are mostly in villages, and at certain time teahouse may be crowded with other tourists. However, you can arrange of your a very attractive holidays.
For Teahouse Treks, we will provide and advise on best routes and itineraries, trek permit and local transportation with well experience Govt. License holder sherpa trekking guide who knows the trails and the best place to stay. He will arrange all your accommodation and foods throughout the trip.
Newcomers heading for Nepal often wonder about the difference between 'Organize trekking" and 'Teahouse trekking'. It is really a difference of style and philosophy. Organized, the HolidayNepal preference means that the group camp in tents each night and retain their own cooks, Sirdar (foreman) and porters. It means that all personal equipment is carried for you, meals are cooked, and you are looked after by familiar staff. It also means that you have flexibility to deviate from the main trail along less frequented routes or to private camp-sites with views. Very significantly, it enables me to supervise camp hygiene thereby reducing the risk of tummy upsets.