FAQ Answers

1.What is Camping and Tea house Trekking ?

Camping is an outdoor activity involving overnight stays away from home where you set up tents at the perfect location for your accommodation. Camping trek is fully supported by team members with supplies of all necessary logistics. For this type of trekking, you need to be accompanied by a professional guide, camping staffs, porters and a cook. The complete equipment s- tents, sleeping mats, dining tent, kitchen equipment, foods etc are provided by the company. A guide will give copious information and take care about you. Porters will bear all your baggage and install the tents for you. During Camping Trekking, you just need to carry a small bag with your water bottle and camera. Sleeping bags are must for this trek. You can also carry packed food since porters will carry it or you can also enjoy varieties of food cooked by porters.

Teahouse trekking is the most popular form of arrangement in Nepal which allows trekkers to stay at local lodge and have wholesome foods and comfortable bed. In Tea house trekking, trekkers stay at the comfortable hotel, guesthouses or lodges available at the location where you stop for overnight. Your guide will ensure that the places you eat and stay in subscribe to the minimum levels of comfort you expect – a clean room, hot showers and a menu of good local and foreign dishes. A number of tea house are opened en-route to almost all famous trekking trails. The benefit of Teahouse Trekking is that, by arranging food and accommodation locally through the guide, you can hike at your own pace, set your own schedule and – most prominently – meet and experience the real life of the rural area.

2. what types of accommodations  do we get in our trip?

Accommodation is the something supplied for convenience or to satisfy a need such as lodging, food, and services or traveling space and related services. There are very few trekking areas where lodge accommodation is unavailable and we will offer there a tent accommodation only. Normally for trekkers we give three star level hotels. All accommodation is based on twin sharing with breakfast. The accommodation is depends on the trekking destination and your style of trekking. All accommodation and the trip price are based on two people sharing rooms . A single room  supplement is available at an additional cost and where applicable.

3.what about food and drinking water ?

Normally hot meals are served all along the trip, though at times packed lunches may be given when distances between stops do not permit cooking. A variety of Nepali and continental dishes are prepared with fresh vegetables depend on place. Most of the trips have an accompanying cook to take care of the details. A  Food safety is always a big concern when visiting a foreign country. This is why we do our best to choose tea houses and restaurants with clean and sanitary kitchens. On our lodge treks, we provide a cook to prepare safe and tasty meals with our own set of cookery as well as hygienic cleaning facilities. The food we serve on camping trips is completely safe.

All tea houses have boiled water for trekkers. Your guide will provide you with all the water you need during your trek. We discourage the purchase of bottled water while on the trail. The plastic bottles are difficult to dispose off and have become an environmental problem. Because of the altitude it is recommended you drink in the region of 3-4 liters per day, although this can include, tea and soup. Tea houses will generally serve tea and other well known branded drinks. Tap water is not recommended for foreigners. Guide will make sure all water is boiled and treat it with iodine. Iodine is 100% effective in killing the bacteria in water.

4.what about the weather during the trip?

Normally hot meals are served all along the trip, though at times packed lunches may be given when distances between stops do not permit cooking. A variety of Nepali and continental dishes are prepared with fresh vegetables depend on place. Most of the trips have an accompanying cook to take care of the details. A Food safety is always a big concern when visiting a foreign country. This is why we do our best to choose tea houses and restaurants with clean and sanitary kitchens. On our lodge treks, we provide a cook to prepare safe and tasty meals with our own set of cookery as well as hygienic cleaning facilities. The food we serve on camping trips is completely safe.
All tea houses have boiled water for trekkers. Your guide will provide you with all the water you need during your trek. We discourage the purchase of bottled water while on the trail. The plastic bottles are difficult to dispose off and have become an environmental problem. Because of the altitude it is recommended you drink in the region of 3-4 liters per day, although this can include, tea and soup. Tea houses will generally serve tea and other well known branded drinks. Tap water is not recommended for foreigners. Guide will make sure all water is boiled and treat it with iodine. Iodine is 100% effective in killing the bacteria in water.

5.Is there transportation and telecommunication facility during the trip?

Transportation has been an integral part of the tourism industry: transportation links with various tourist attractions.  It is an important for all its stakeholders to take part to develop tourism in their regions. Transportation and travel can be discussed without taking tourism into consideration, but tourism cannot thrive without travel.

Communication is key, especially when it comes to exploring travel providers. Communication is the most important for traveler to stay in touch with parents, friends . At the some of the places, there might not be excess to networks due to technical reasons.

6.what about porters and guide ?

Nepal is a land of villages, hills and mountains.  Trekking is conducted in the remote lands and the hills of Nepal which are not accessible by the roads.  You walk on the hills, mountains and the remote lands by enjoying the nature and culture of those particular areas. Along with these you’ll have the porters who will be there to assist you with the luggage. All our porters get decent wage and freedom from overloading. Their daily working hour is normally the same as the guide as determined in the itinerary. Most of the porters eat and sleep in the same lodges / guest houses as the tourist groups are staying in.

A tour guide or a tourist guide is a person who provides assistance, information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage to people on organized tours and individual clients at educational establishments, religious and historical sites, museums, and at venues of other significant interest.

7. what about  physical fitness for the trekking tours?

There are three basic components of in Nepal trek preparation – aerobic, strength and mental. Aerobic conditioning is important primarily because you will trekking in thinner air, up to 40% less than at sea level. With good aerobic conditioning you will be able to better metabolize whatever oxygen is available to you.

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