Welcome - Trekking in
Everest Trekking and
Nepal is synonymous with the “Trekker’s Paradise”. The best way to
savor the natural beauty of Nepal is by tours and trekking across the
Trekking is the best way to explore, and to get in touch with a rich
tapestry of tradition and culture of people residing in the lap of Himalayan
Especially, trekking in Nepal means: walking along in the forests
of rhododendron, through isolated hamlets and mountain hamlets, viewing
mountain peaks, watching varieties of birds, different types of animals,
seeing monasteries, temples and breathtaking landscapes, encountering
friendly people of different cultures working in the remote villages of the
country, along scenic river bank, terraced fields, and forest ridges and
Trekking options in Nepal:
Roughly, Trekking in Nepal can be divided into 3 categories.
1) Comfortable or Luxuries Trekking (Lodge to Lodge).
2) Tented Camp Trek.
3) Tea house Trek.
People can choose their trek according to their time, interest, physical
fitness and budget. Middle-aged and blanched veterans usually like to
go for Comfortable or Luxuries Trekking The type may vary from
teahouse treks to camps (including bivouac). It is advisable for a group to
go for the camping. Teahouse treks are very much preferred by the individual
trekkers and budget trekkers. It involves walking with a backpack and
staying overnight at Teahouses. However, both options are available for the
trekkers. In some areas of Annapurna and Everest Region, some
companies own very comfortable Lodges and they provide luxury trekking.
Tips for Trekkers
Medical check up and inoculations before starting trekking can
save you from unexpected hazards. Since the remote places of Nepal are not
supplied with modern medial facilities, it would be best to save nine by
stitching in time. Therefore, it is imperative to make an all-inclusive
First Aid Box consisting of basic drugs and accessories as an important
ingredient for the trekking.
A level of fitness that will enable one to put a good day's walking, up and
down hill. A good physical condition will certainly add up mirth and
excitement during the treks.
Altitude sickness is very serious case in high elevation. If you are going
up more then 3000 meters, then you mustn’t show any insouciance. Over 3000
meter if you find any symptoms like nausea, vomiting, headache, dizziness,
weakness, heavy legs etc, you need to know that the sickness is slowly
engulfing you. The panacea for this problem is to descend downhill to lower
elevations immediately. If you are traveling with reputed trekking
company, they will inform you about this case and the place where people
might catch altitude sickness.