Best Information of Trekking In Nepal

Best Information of Trekking In Nepal

Best Information on Trekking In Nepal

The best route to experiences Nepal’s exceeded in contest combination of natural beauty and culture riches is to walk through them. Trekking is the most popular activity in Nepal, and the traveler will be attacked on the street of Kathmandu and the trekking hub, Pokhara, with guide systematic tours and gear for sale or rent.

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking doesn’t mean mountain climbing. While the ascent of the Himalayan peak may be an attraction for some, you need not have such goal a trek. Trekking in Nepal will take you through a country that has apprehended the imagination of mountaineering of mountaineers and explorers for more than 100 years. The huge variety of options allows for people of many ages and capabilities to attempt a trek in the country. Trekking in the mountain of Nepal is a moral culture experience than a wilderness expedition.

While trekking you will see the great diversity of Nepal, Villages embrace many ethnic groups and cultures. The strong culture and unreserved friendliness of the Nepalese people can also be witnessed as one traverse of the hill tracks. The terrain changes from tropical jungle to high glaciated peak in the only 150km.

During the time of trekking, the continual hill but dominates the northern skyline at each pass. Despite what many may feel, trekking in Nepal is not necessarily wandering alone through an uncharted wilderness. And always in the background, the icy pinnacles of the Himalayan loom over the scenery.

Tea House Trekking in Nepal (Tea House):

Teahouse trekking is the most beautiful trekking in Nepal. The most popular treks like Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Manaslu Circuit Trek, Upper Mustang Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek, Mardi Himal Trek Gokyo Lake Trek, Everest Three Pass Trek Annapurna Tilicho Lake Trek, Nar Phu Valley Trek and Langtang Valley Trek has built a tea-house lodge where you can stop and stay at night. Tea houses are mountain lodges that are located along many trekking routes of Nepal that confer meal and lodging. In Nepali tea house is also known as ‘’Bhatti’’. A professional tea house trekking guide leads you expedition that organizes and pays your bill where you stay and sleep. Teahouse is usually owned and lived in by traditional family and you will be staying in rooms adjoining their home just like bed and breakfast accommodation in Nepal.

The most popular way to trek in Nepal for both Nepalese and westerners is to travel from teahouse to teahouse. Hotel accommodation is the most readily available in the Everest region, the Langtang area, and the entire Annapurna region. Your all baggage is carried by porters, horses, and yaks. The benefit of teahouse trekking is that, by arranging food and accommodation by the guide, you can move at your own pace and meet and experiences the real life of rural people and first hand. There are similar local accommodation and Normal Nepalese food services basic tea house trekking in Nepal.

Teahouse has a variety of western and local (Nepali, Tibetan, and Chinese) cuisine. Nepal trekking passes an adventure travel company organize a tea house (lodge) trek as a complete package. The most of Thakali inn (found along the Pokhara to Jomsom trek) have bedding available – usually cotton-filled quilt. Our professional trekking guide (government license holder) will accompany you on your entire trip to make all the arrangements for food and accommodation along the way. One porter is provided for every two people to carry their luggage.

Walk around 5/7 hours every day and interacting with the local people, culture, religion and stopping each night to sleep and eat in local tea houses everyday call tea house trekking in Nepal. Although many hotels in the hills are reasonably comfortable, the accommodation in someplace may be a dirty, often smoky, house. Chimneys are rare, so a room on the 2nd floor full of smoke as soon as someone lights the cooking fire in the kitchen below. The most common complaint among the trekkers who rely on the local facilities is about smoky accommodation. After walking for 3-4 hours we will have rest for lunch at around midday. Teahouse trekking includes meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner with coffee), accommodation, transportation, trekking permit, all government taxes.

Camping Trekking in Nepal (Camping Trekking):

Camping trekking is the classic style of trekking are especially guided in a remote area of Nepal. Camping trekking means staying overnight at camps where you have to stay in the wild area of Himalayan. Which supply all types of camping equipment along with the food and employ porter to carry your gear and Sherpa set up the tent for the night (for sleeping) and well –trained cook will prepare food for you. Camping trekking is less popular than tea house trekking. That is why Camping trekking is more expensive than tea house trekking. Camping trekking is only organized in the remote area.

Sometimes camping trekking is organized where the lodge is also available on the trekking route. Camping trek includes an English speaking guide with Nepal Government valid-licenses and the strong porter who can carry your gear, food, fuel, and personal belongings. You have to carry your small backpack with a water bottle, camera, and your day clothe. Camping trek provides you a different taste of life.

In the typical camping trek start from the cup of hot tea at 6 A.M and along with the bowl of hot water for your morning wash. While the time of breakfast the guide started packing the tent and all and after having breakfast at 7 A.M ready to start walking. For accommodation, there will be a waterproof tent, with comfortable sleeping mattresses in the remote part of the hill and Himalayas’ beautiful feeling.

Dining tent, shower tent and toilet tent are arranged by the trekking guide. You can enjoy every movement of life. You will only need to carry your daypack which you need in the day like (toilet paper, sun cream, water bottle, camera, etc). Porters carry your all personal belongings. Everyone walks in their own way as the group spreads out the trail. During the camping trek, there will be a daily route is that walking 5-7 hours each day and take rest in camp or tent. In the evening time there so many fans which are created by the staff by singing and dancing. Around 8 pm all staff turns their tent to enjoy a sound sleep.

Best Season to Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year. Nepal climate ranges from the tropical to the arctic which varies with its topography and altitude. The Midland region is pleasing almost all year-round, but the fact is that winter night is too cold. The northern mountain region is above 3,300m has an alpine climate with lower temperature in winter is can be expected. There are four seasons for trekking. They are as follows:

Autumn season
Winter season
Spring season
Summer season
Autumn season:
The autumn season is the best season for trekking. Autumn is the best season for the mountain views. Occurring short storms may dump snow at high altitudes. Beautiful temperature, clear sky, with beautiful views make a beautiful and great time to do trekking. In this season the Nepalese peoples have their great festival (Dashain and Tihar).

Winter season:

The weather is too cold and the sky is clear with irregular snowfalls at a higher elevation. The winter season is good for trekking in lower elevation. The morning and night are too cold and the day is too warm when sunny. In this mainly trekkers want to trek in Everest base camp, Annapurna Panorama, Annapurna Dhaulagiri, Annapurna Sanctuary, Instant Everest treks, etc.

Spring season:

This season has mildly warm in low land and moderate in higher altitude with great opportunities to have great mountain views. This season is the time of flower to blossom and our national flower-rhododendrons-cover the mountainsides with its colorful beauty throughout the spring, which is making trekking very much interesting.

Summer Season:

Summer season trekking makes your travel wet and warm from June to till mid-September. This season is also known as monsoon season in Nepal. Its rain almost every day with occasional thunderstorms in the evening, in this season we can see the beautiful sunrises in the morning. This season is advised for forest researchers and botanists. In the summer season, there are the advantages of trekking is that the uncrowned trails and the less cold in the high mountains with lush terraces.

Trekking Equipment in Nepal:

During the time trekking, you need so many clothing and equipment. Your trek outfitter will normally provide two-person waterproof tents, foam mattresses, and all the cooking and eating utensils. While trekking you will need your own warm clothes, walking shoes, sleeping bag, personal equipment and during the day you will carry your camera, jacket, water bottle in a rucksack. The other remaining things will carry by the porter. Many things you can buy and some of you could rent from Kathmandu and pharaoh as well.

Common Equipment List for trekking and hiking:

Hiking boots and trekking socks
Jacket and slacks
Towel and toilet paper
Sunglasses and strap
Sun hat and woolen hat
Water bottle
Head Torch
Trekking Poles
Base layer shirts
Sleeping bag
Down jackets
Personal first aid kit
Gloves and mittens
Pocket knife
Rainwear and umbrella
Slipper and sandals for campsite wear
Climbing gear and peak tips

If you are climbing gear and peak trips, then you need kitchen equipment, toilet tent, climbing rope: fixed and main rope, harness, crampons, ice-ax, karabiners: lock /unlock, ice- screws, snow bars, rock piton, helmet, Ascend (Mummer), Descended (F-8), Tapes/slings, and you need climbing shoes, sunglasses, sun cream, waterproof jacket, down jacket and trousers and another thing whatever you need for climbing.

If you are trekking higher elevation or during the cold seasons, you should carry a pile jacket and a down fiberfill parka. This trek is suitable for 8 to 10 days and in that time you can wash your clothes during the time of trekking, and you need extra socks and extra shirts, etc for longer treks. The weight limit on the trek and the domestic flight is 15kg and 15kg is easy to carry you and if you cannot carry your bag there will be the porter to carry your bag.

We will provide you the best services which will give you a once in a lifetime journey in this connection. We do our duty security, honestly and seriously to make your journey smooth and pleasant.

Altitude Mountain Sickness in Nepal:

Altitude Mountain sickness is starting to us from 1,500 to 2,000 meters upwards. Altitude sickness often known as acute mountain sickness (A.M.S) in general may occur when people climb too quickly normally an altitude of over 3000m. The higher we go on the earth the air pressure becomes the lower which means the thinner air. The AMS is any type of symptoms bring us. Every person needs oxygen to survive and if we go higher on the earth then there is the lack of air upward the earth and people start from altitude sickness, not only do our muscles need it but so do things like our brains and digestive system. Most of the people will feel some effect of altitude, shortness of breath and possibly a normal headed, which is fairly common. And that time our body starts to produce more red blood cells to carry more oxygen, which takes time.


Altitude sickness is the human body’s reactions to atmospheric pressure and a reduction of the concentration of oxygen present in the air. Many people throughout the world work at high altitudes. When you climb higher into the mountains, your body gradually adapts to the reduced amount of oxygen in the air.

The primary symptoms of acute mountain sickness are

A headache
Poor sleep and sleep disturbance
Loss of appetite
Shortness of breath
A runny nose
Swelling of the face and hands
Dangerous cause of AMS (acute mountain sickness)

The common symptoms of high altitude cerebral edema are

A high headache which cannot kill by the painkiller
Mood change
Loss of coordination (ataxia),
Feeling confused
Blurred vision
Walks as if you drunk
Short –term blindness and numbness
The common symptom of high altitude pulmonary edema is

Trouble in breathing
Heavy feeling in the chest
Feeling tired
Lips, tongue, and nail become blue
Blood in saliva or spit and froth in saliva or spit
Rapid pulse
Prevention method of AMS
Allow sufficient time for acclimatization(after 3000m)
Don’t make rapid Ascent.
No alcohol, smoking and sleeping pills
Avoid getting cold
Take an easy and comfortable trekking route even if its longer
Climb high and sleep low
Don’t trek alone, take guide/porter
Never leave or descent sick person alone

The best way to treat the altitude sickness symptoms is to descend with acute mountain sickness is the best to descend at least 400-500m or to the previous altitude at which there was no symptom. If anyone suffers from altitude sickness and trekker should take rest for a day or two and drink lots of fluids. Be prepared to urinate more throughout the day and night. You should keep your hands, feet, and extremities as dry as possible. When you are suffering from altitude sickness you should avoid wet hat, wet socks, and wet boots, and gloves. If symptoms have completely disappeared, the trekker can ascend again, and if symptoms continue to worsen the victim should continue to descend or be evacuated.

If Any One Need Help Follow this Address:

Nepal High Trek & Expedition Pvt. Ltd.

Nayabazar, Khusibu-16 Kathmandu, Nepal

Cell No:977-014382612, Mobile No:+977- 9851142116

Email: nepalhightrek@gmail or,



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