Tea House Trek
Trekking in Nepal offers two major accommodation choices. The first, increasingly popular one, is overnight stay in Tea Houses (small guest lodge) along the popular routes. These inns range from being very basic dormitories to comfortable, homely hostels with private rooms, dining rooms, dining rooms & solar heated showers. Along the main routes, there are many choices & it is often difficult for the unaccompanied trekker to know where is the best place to stay. One of the responsibilities of your guide is to know which hotels offer clean, comfortable rooms & nutritious, well cooked meals at reasonable prices. Besides shelter & warmth, Tea Houses offer the chance to get to know other trekkers as you visit in the evening & swap adventure stories with people from many countries. You will have the opportunity to meet your Nepali hosts & learn more about the local culture.
Tourist standard of hotel in Kathmandu, Pokhara and other part and Tourist standard of vehicle (Tourist Bus only in available place).
Services of English speaking trekking guide and necessary porters during trek
Accommodation & meals while trekking will be in local teahouse at the Annapurna, Everest, and Langtang areas.
Accommodation (outside the national park), meals, and activities charge.
Camping accommodation will be provided in some areas where teahouse is not available
Price includes :-
* A Guide
* All meal three times a day (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner with Hot Drinks) in Lodges
* Food and Accommodation of Guide and Porter and daily wages.
* Necessary Porters ( 1 Porter each for 2 clients )
* Accommodation in Lodges along the way.
* Ground Transportation from and to trek as per itinerary.
* Trekking Permit (only for necessary area)
* National Park or conservation are Permit and Local Taxes
* Domestic Airfare as per Itinerary.
* Insurance of Guide and Porters
* First Aid Kit on require.
* Services of rescue Helicopter
* Airport transfers to and from the Hotel in Kathmandu
* Guide for sight-seeing in Kathmandu if require.
The second shelter option is a camping trek. If you make this choice your group will be self-sufficient with tent, cooking facilities, a dining shelter, your own cook & control over the menu. Camping facilities are some times located in an open area in the village or in the grounds of a Tea House. All equipment & food is transported along the way by your own porter staff, under the direction of your guide &, if the group is large enough, a "Sherpa" who supervises the porters & camp set-up. This option is the only choice for some of the more remote areas such as a portion of the Kanchanjunga areas, Manaslu areas, Upper & Lower Dolpo areas, Mustang region, Nar Phu region, round Dhaulagiri, Rolwaling, Makalu, Ganesh Himal & other more remote areas.
2 to 4 star standard hotel in Kathmandu and top high class hotel in Pokhara as well as other places and all A/C Vehicle.
Camping facilities and meal will be provided in our private kitchen Dining tent, chair table, nice and comfortable two men tent, pillow and mat with top class services during the trek. ( The sleeping bags and Down jacket are provided depending on your require ).
Services of English speaking mountaineering & trekking guide, cook, sherpa and porters during trek.
Accommodation inside the national park top nice jungle resort meals and activity during stay at National Park.
Necessary trekking equipment list.
When selecting your personal items, keep in mind the number of days you'll be trekking, the time of year and the altitude. We advise our clients to bring these items:
Long sleeved shirt,
Jumper or fleecy jacket,
T - shirts,
Trekking shoes or boots,
Comfy shoes for around the camp,
Mountain trekking boots,
Light cotton socks or under wool socks,
Sun block for lip liner,
Sun block Goggles or sunglasses,
Insulated pants Nylon windbreaker,
Nylon wind pants,
Medical & first aid kit,
Batteries and bulbs,
Swiss army knife,
Towel and toiletries,