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. Campsites are carefully selected to afford you a walk each day at your own pace and our staffs 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 staffs will be more than happy to assist you.
Tea House Trekking Lodge Trekking
In Nepal, it is quite popular to trekking along the many trails, stopping each night to eat and sleep at a local Tea House. Our guide takes you along your route, organizing and paying for places to eat and sleep.
Meals depend on the menu at the tea house, usually the simple basic meals of the local people. Although many tea houses and hotels in the hills and mountains are reasonably comfortable, some may be dirty and, in areas where chimneys are rare, rooms may be smoky.
The benefit of Tea House Trekking is that, by arranging food and accommodation locally, you can move at your own pace, set your own schedule and - most importantly - meet and experience the real life of the rural people.
A Camping Trekking is surprisingly luxurious. You are woken each morning when hot water and a hot drink are brought to your tent.
All the trekking gear - sleeping tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, kitchen tents, cooking gear and toilet tents - are provided, along with all necessary support staff.
A Sirdar (chief guide) is employed to pre-arrange and then to oversee the entire program. All land transportation, local permits, taxes, porter insurance, port dues, and entrance fees to National Parks or sites constituting an integral part of the trip are arranged. Depending on the area, provisions are based either on fresh local food or a combination of local and imported ingredients. Your only job is to enjoy yours.