Of all the various activities participated in by visitors to Nepal, trekking is by far the most commonly undertaken.
Nepal’s wealth of scenery, her diverse flora and fauna & her complex mix of culture make a perfect formula for traveling through the countryside on foot. It can take place in the most remote areas with only a few people or can be a “joint venture” shared with the locals, with plenty of tea houses and facilities along the way. There are suitable treks for the super-fit and for those who prefer a gentler and easier experience. The Himalayas are filled with treks for everyone!Nepal Himalayas offers excellent trekking options to visitors from the easy walking excursions to the strenuous climb of the snowy peaks. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal’s natural embellishment and cultural assortment is to walk through the length, breadth and the altitudes of the country. Trekking in Nepal is a big part of the great Himalayan adventure and a majority of tourists have trekking as a part of their itinerary.
Trekkers can walk along the rough but beautiful trails or virgin tracks in the lap of green and friendly looking hills or ridge of the mill and mountain. The rhododendron-filled, green, dark and deep forests with different seasonal flowers blossoming can catch anyone’s eye as can the scattered residential cottages, domestic and forest animals, variety of birds, both Hindus and Buddhist temples, mountains, breath-taking landscape, and above all warm greeting from smiling local people.
Trekking is more enjoyable activities and offers spectacular scenic beauty. The Himalayan region, till now, has been comparatively less affected by the modern urban civilization with its industrial pollution, no traffic, no crowds, natural surrounding quite for holidays. The trekker usually returns home rejuvenated, and with new enthusiasm to take up the challenges of city life. Some areas consist of unexplored rivers, waterfalls, streams, mountain top lakes and flower filled valley bottoms. We are blessed to be a part of such a place, the ‘land of Shangri-La’, the ‘Central Himalayas’. The wildlife, the rugged, unexplored mountains; the ‘peace’ of being in this remote, pristine environment cannot but inspire in each of our guests a sense of oneness with something this great. To stand in the sunshine under the blue skies, on the top of a mountain no one has ever stood on since the beginning of time is truly a wonder. We are small enough to be flexible and therefore are able to customize our trips to suit the special interests of our guests. Our Wilderness trekking tour Packages are designed to suit all degrees of expertise and the various levels of fitness and energy.
It is no more than walking along 4-6 hrs per day on the off the beaten track. Trekking and hiking in Nepal appeals to the people for different purposes. However, generally what trekking and hiking offers are the speculative views of the mountain ranges, rhythmic steps of your on-foot travel offers the ample opportunities to relish with nature. Walking beneath the shadow of the great Himalayas is really enthralling and captivating as you switch up through grand canyons, gorgeous waterfall, rumbling river, rustling trees, whispering shrubs and whistling breeze. Above all the colorful communities of mountain inhabitants and their opened-arm welcoming nature, who loves the laughter and peace of others, add the right amount of salt to your delicious trip. Trek on ponies in some remote places, which is equally enthralling for visitors. Pony treks follow nearly the same routes and are offered mostly in western region of Pokhara, Dolpo, Jomsom and Lo Manthang (Upper-Mustang).
What to bring:
If you are doing trekking in Nepal, you should have to better equip. so is a suggested list with perhaps the minimum necessary for your trek. You can buy or rent everything you need in Kathmandu and Pokhara, from clothing to sleeping bags, tents and other equipment. It is hard to find large shoe sizes. Once you choose your trekking destination, figure out what you might need for your trek. You can store extra gear at your hotel in Kathmandu or Pokhara. We also can suggest you, necessary equipment in your trek according to trekking route and season so for that please feel free to write us: email@example.com
Walking Equipment (Trekking & Hiking)
• Well-fitting boots (be sure beforehand that they walk well and are really comfortable) and good socks
• Long/ short trousers/skirt
• Light jumper
• Sunglasses (UV Protection)
• Hat and gloves
• Waterproof jacket/poncho
• Water bottle
• Walking stick
• Small rucksack (day pack)
• Down jacket (if trekking over 4,000 meters)
• Windproof trousers and gaiters (if trekking over 4,000 meters)
Other Equipment (Trekking & Hiking)
• Backpack (large)
• Personal medication/first aid kit
• Personal toiletries
• Sunscreen/ lip balm
• Torch/flashlight with spare batteries
• Sleeping bag
• Camera/ film/ memory cards/batteries
• Iodine tablets/solution
• Sanitary items for women
• Entertainment (books, music, game sets, etc.)
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HELPFUL HINTS for travelers.
If you are traveling in Nepal, these hints will be helpful for your safe journey or travel.
1. It is best not to trek alone. If you have an accident, no one will be there to get help!
2. You may feel uneasy about “hiring a servant” but in Nepal it is normal and culturally quite acceptable to employ both guides and porters.
3. Become informed about high altitude sickness.
4. Carry a good medicine kit.
5. Time your trek generously, taking rest while trekking is not a sign of weakness.
6. Carry out what you are carries in.
7. Don’t disturb wildlife.
8. Don’t hurt or remove animals and plants.
9. Respect the local people and those cultures.
10. While walking on trails, stand on the inside of the trail if any animal comes past you to ensure that you don’t get forced off the path.
11. “Nameste” is the universal greeting and parting gesture.
12. Temples, Mani walls, Chortens etc should be pass on the clockwise. Remember not to point with a single finger but use a flat extended hand especially to indicate a sacred object or place.
13. Ask permission before taking pictures of people or religious sites.
14. Remember that is illegal for you to employ guides or porters that have been arranged for you by your hotel or guest house. A trekking agency that employs registered and experienced guides.
15. Make sure the porters and guide are healthy and well-equipped for the trek, especially if you are trekking at high altitudes.
16. Don’t buy any items of religious or historical items while trekking/ tours. Such items are considered to be cultural monuments and are never sold legally!
17. The weight porters are allowed to carry in tea house trekking is 15-20 kg. max.
18. Remove your shoes when entering a home, temple or monastery ( and leather items in Hindu temples ) and avoid smoking and wearing a scant dress in religious settings.
19. Try not to step over or point your feet at another person, a sacred place or a hearth.
20. Nepalese currency is the Nepalese Rupee(NPR). You can exchange the currency at the airport or travel agency. Nepalese currency fluctuates with USD / Euro / British Pound almost every day, so it is better you check these exchange rates early on the tour.
What is provided by your guide (Guide’s responsibility) ?
Guides can help you in many ways: a guide can not only show you the trails and all the places of interest along the way, he can also provide commentary regarding culture, religion, geography, the flora-fauna that you come across, the environment, local history and so on. A properly qualified guide can also handle any problems that may arise on a trek/tour, such as accidents, emergency evacuation, lost items, etc. Most important, the presence of a trained and experienced guide helps to ensure your safety and security!
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