Sunday, March 5, 2017

Manaslu Trekking Information

Manaslu trekking is the popular trekking route, providing with pristine mountain views, rich culture and genuine adventure sum up the trek experience around the 8156m. This trekking route gets more and more famous as a new trekking destination but it still sees fewer trekkers compared to established trekking routes in Manaslu region. Opened in 1992, this area offers a combination of rich cultural heritage, unsurpassed beauty and biological diversity. The circuit is a stunning trek with spectacular views of mount Manaslu and the Ganesh Himal range, among others. This mount is the 8th highest mountain in the world and is located near to the border of Nepal and Tibet. It is indeed very popular trekking route. Along the trail you encounter an interesting mix of Hindu and Tibetan-style Buddhist villages.  The name Manaslu means ‘the spirit- Mountain’ in the local dialect, referring to the benevolent and strong deity, which dwells within.

The crossing of the larkya pass can be tough when there is snow. Trekking in this place is one of the   most delightful adventures.  The stunning landscape with the might Himalayas towering straight above you and the spectacular glaciers make it more than worth the effort. This treks is easy accessible from Kathmandu. If you would like to sample both extremes of the trekking experience in Nepal and really get to see the most breath- taking mountain scenery in the earth. It originally started in the town of Arughat or Gorkha; however the roads being built many trekkers start at either Barpak or Soti Khola a bit further up the trail. The Tibetan enclave of Nupri, north of this region at the head of Buri Ghandaki, was closed to foreigners for years an account of its proximity to Tibet. The trek described here starts in Soti khola and ends in chyamche. The area was surreptitiously opened in 1991, but it took several years for the word to get out. The trek can be made longer or shorter depending on the length of your walking days and starting points. It is also possible to finish the walk in besisahar which is also the starting points of the Annapurna circuit.
How to get Manaslu Trekking Permit?
If you want to trek in any region in Nepal then first of all you need permit or TIMS which is very much important for your trekking or journey.  Government policies of Nepal require permit for the trekking area if the trekking area is an opened or connected with another country. You have no choice but to go through a registered trekking company to get permit, once you get permit card from the government department then you are on the tax radar, and will be taxed accordingly. Mount Manaslu, the 8th highest mountain in the world, also shares the border of Tibet. If you are planning for Manaslu circuit trekking, then you should be prepared for Manaslu trekking a special trekking permit.  Either you will pay a surcharge if they will indeed give permits without a guide, or better, you take a guide or guide/porter with you. Most freelance guides are associated with some kind of trekking company to be able to get the permits.
Trekking fees/ permit for Manaslu
1.       From Sept. to Nov: $70 per week and after 7 days per person $10
2.       From Dec. to Aug: $50 per week and after 7 days per person $7
3.       Manaslu conservation area project permit is US$20 and NPR2000
4.       Annapurna Conservation Area Project ACAP Rs. 2000
Not Necessary TIMS Card
Manaslu Trekking Routes
Manaslu Circuit Trek
Manaslu circuit trekking exhibits the sensational mountain vistas, fascinating culture biological diversity, spanning altitude from 600 to 5500 meter- one of the last Himalayan jewels.  This trek is restricted trekking trail of the Nepal. The attraction of the under trekked trail and high mountain scenery is hard for the seasoned trekkers to resist. This trekking offers you to explore the height and exceptional views of glorious mount Manaslu. This Manaslu trekking is also becoming the best alternative of the classic Annapurna circuit due to the road construction in the some sections of Annapurna region. The route below is one of the possibilities.    
Tsum Valley Trek
Tsum valley trekking is ideal for those for who wants to explore the remote and the trodden hidden valley on fully camping and since couple of year newly growth tea house trekking in Nepal. The valley is in the north east of the Manaslu trail, was firstly opened to trekking in 2008. The valley trekking is sacred Himalayan pilgrimage valley situated in northern Gorkha Nepal surrounded by the Buddha Himal /Himal chuli to the west. This valley having border and this valley offers the unique trekking experience of natural beauty with it fascinating cultural. The valley is rich in art, culture and religion it adds a richly rewarding extension to the Manaslu trekking. This part is also incomparable beauty and rich blend of Tibetan and Nepalese culture offers a true adventure for trekkers to Nepal.     

Rupina  La Pass Trek
Rupina la pass trekking is a challenging trekking into the lower Manaslu region of Nepal which was opened for trekking since1991AD.  This trek lies in Manaslu region in the Gorkha district. The trekking route covers many villages mainly inhabited by Gurungs and gives us a chance to be the part of amazing culture and traditions. This trekking place is also known for its incredible views of Manaslu, Hiunchuli, and Buddha Mountain. This trek wild trekking route with resident till Nyak is very rich in green rhododendron and pine forest and offers us with excellent views of Himalayan scenery, river and waterfall, beautiful landscape, lush valley and wild range of bird and animals.   This is the hidden part of Manaslu region.     

Langtang Trekking Details Information 2017

The langtang valley trekking is Combines part of remote and spectacular Scenery of North Part high mountain lakes at Gosainkunda and the beautiful Helambuvalley. This region is on the north of Kathmandu and bordering Tibet. This region is inhabited by Tibetans and tamang. The many Himalayans peaks like: langtang-ri, langtang lirung, Dorge lapka peak gives immense beauty to this region which is known as the famous trekking destination in this region. Visit the beautiful langtang national park and then trek to the end of the valley view the wonderful ice flutes and gyangchermpo. This region gives an opportunity to explore langtang national park, villages, climb small mountains and to visit glaciers, area is famous for its natural beauty and wonderful climate with superb snow capped mountain views. Its twin attributes, easy accessibility and breathtaking mountain scenery, make it very popular among the fraternity. A little further up the valley is kyangin gompa, where we stop overnight and sample the local yak cheese. Each area in itself is a good choice for those with limited time which offers many features that range for culture to adventure. High mountains covered with thick layer of ice overlook the langtang valley.
Backtracking, we travel through Syabru and Sing Gompa to a high plateau, where the sacred lake gosainkunda is located. Gosainkunda is easy accessible from Kathmandu. A three week trip can covered all three areas of this region. The Helambhu- Gosainkunda trek takes one to Gosainkunda lake- a sacred site for devotees of hindu god shiva. Backtracking, we travel through Syabru and Sing Gompa to a high plateau, where the sacred lake gosainkunda is located. The Himalayan views overall are not quite as spectacular as in the khumbu region, but they remain unforgettably beautiful plus the trails are less crowded and the people are friendly and interesting. This region is famous for both trekking and pilgrimage. Following the Turisuli River north out of kathmandu   we travel through Trasuli Bazaar and dhunche to Syabrubensi, a Sherpa village located at the very edge of the langtang national park.
Langtang Region Flora Fauna
Langtang regions consists langtang valley, Helambu, gosainkunda lakes, about Forty five villages are located within the park boundaries. This park stands as a meeting point of indo- Malayan and pale arctic realms. It has an area of 1710sq kilometers the two prominent Himalayan Rivers namely west into the Trisuli River and east to the Sun Koshi River flow through this park. So it is the habitat for different kinds of vegetarian and wild animals. Sub- tropical vegetation characterized by Sal forest in the southern section of the park is gradually taken over by the hill forest consisting of Chirepine, Rhododendron, and Nepalese alder. The park has helped to conserve different sites of cultural significance. A survey conducted by the national park last year had found 14 herds of Ghoral with the total population of 344 Ghorals. The temperate zone is mainly covered by oak forest fading to old growth forest of silver fir, hemlock, and larch in the lower sub- alpine zone. The park is also famous for its cultural richness there are many culture sites such as the ‘Bon Po’ doctrine of Tibet and the religious place gosaikunda.
Habitat of red pandas, yet another near extinct species found in Himalayan region, is also in the high risk following the landslide Ghyangphedi of Nuwakot district. The complex topography and

Geology together with the varied climatic patterns of this park provides wide spectrum of vegetation types. The park provide habitat for a wide range of animals and other important mammals of the pare including musk deer, wild dog, Himalayan black bear, rhesus monkey, common langur, red panda, serow, Himalayan tahr, leopard, muntjac, red monkey, etc. it is here at 4000m Juniper and Rhododendron shrubs slowly dissolve into expensive alpine grassland meadows.  Meanwhile, park officials said they have stepped up patrolling in the park to curb the rise in poaching of wild life post- earthquake. The forest of Sal, Khotesalla, Louth salla, Langtang Salla, Gobresalla, Oak, rhododendron etc. is found here. This park is situated in the remote area although it is very near to Kathmandu. This region was designated as the first Himalayan National Park in 1970-1971 AD. This region is expansive high meadows provide summer habitat for numerous ungulate species such as musk deer and Himalayan tahr. This park is also famous for tourist for trekking.  

 Lantang Trekking Permit
Nepal trekking fee is not requiring for regular routes of the trekking region. So, even if there were still a lot of ifs and when involved in our planning, one thing seemed at least for sure: we would need to get a TIMS card and langtang national park entrance permit. TIM’s fee cost about US$10 for the organized trek through the recognized agency and US$20 for individual trekkers. Both could easily be obtained at the Nepal tourism board in the Kathmandu. To get a group trekking permit an application from with other relevant document should be submitted through any registered trekking agency in Nepal. About Langang National Park Entry Permit could get directly at Dhunche, Per Person Rs 3000 |- and 13% vat rule of Nepal Government. Trekking fee can be paid in Nepalese currency. However national park and conservation fee are   compulsory requires in differ areas.
Langtang Trekking Route
Langtang valley trekking package word is come from Tibet which mean following ox. This valley trekking is also known as the valley of glaciers trek. Though there are many myths regarding this name most said once the lama lost his ox so he start the trail, it is believed the same trail is used for trekking too. The trail accent few minutes after  continue to quite easy pass through the moraines you reach a Langshisha Kharka, which is marked by a number of poles with prayer flags. In this valley besides natural wonders you also visit local Tibetan village and you can see their lifestyle and the last destination of this trekking is Kyanjin Gompa. 

Langtang Gosainkunda
Langtang gosainkunda is another popular route in this region. Both Hindus and Buddhists pilgrims gather around this area every year especially on full moon day of August. If you move back and forth along the east into the Langtang valley and passing through the river takes many times as you move up along a gorge-like lower part of the valley come across through oak and rhododendron forests and also move along glacial moraine on the way to the Tamang village of Langtang. This is one of the holy mountain lakes at an altitude of 4380 meter from sea level. The trek turns out into pleasing walk through Rhododendron and pine forest and you will see honey hunter animal, langur Monkey (Seto badar) and waterfalls and the trek continues to reach in this holy place.

Helambu Circuit
Helambu circuit is easy level trekking. This trek is the best trekking in the langtang region. This valley is popular for natural beauty and wonderful climate with awesome views of snow- covered mountain. This trekking doesn’t go beyond 3500m/11480ft from sea level the route of this trekking passes through forest and village. This trek offers you a  great opportunity to know the yolmo culture which is practiced in high mountains, meet tamang and Sherpa who live there years and years ago and their friendly nature and forest consisting of rhododendron, oak and bamboo hich make this trek the diverse trail that is nearest to Kathmandu valley. 
Trekking in langtang valley and ganjala, north of Kathmandu, offers a multitude of trekking destinations. This treks lies in the langtang valley which remain attached with the southern border to Tibet is the manor settlement of tamang and Sherpa ethnic group. Our whole trip winds and amazing natural glorious vast forest as rhododendron rice slopes, Oldest Buddhist monastery and Tamang Culture and Sherpa people. A trek offers an entirely wilderness and adventure experience. Original ancestor from Tibet combine thamang and Sherpa culture offer to visit as biggest tamang and Sherpa Villageto climb Small Mountain and peaks and for visiting glaciers at a comfortably low elevation. The trail starts south, following streams, moraines and climbing steeply towards the pass.
Langtang Tamang heritage Trail
Langtang tamang heritage trail trekking is the recently opened trekking route in langtang region. This trek is an exciting trek into the Himalayas that offers traveler a peek into the every- day lives of tamang people who are Nepalese mountain dwellers of the langtang region. About 150 years ago, Nepal fought Tibet over salt and some of the biggest areas where this war took place in the langtang region. It offers a glance of the typical life style and culture of mountain people called tamang.  This trekking will get addition to culture experience of tamang, this trekking offer stunning mountain views of langtang and wilderness walking experience through beautiful landscape of the alpine terrain and rhododendron forest.
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Saturday, February 25, 2017

Annapurna Trekking Detail Information 2017

 The Annapurna region is the Nepal’s the most popular destination with four of the world highest mountains, the world’s deepest valley within its boundaries. The Annapurna region is an absolutely stunning trekking area in Nepal. The Annapurna region in the north western Nepal has been touted as having the world’s best trekking routes.  The Annapurna region is an area of contrasts comprising the wettest, driest and windiest places in Nepal. After Everest region it is the most popular trekking destination in the country. Simply most of the Annapurna Trekking area visit can be organized as teahouse lodge stay basis due to well managed and facilitated local eco village lodge managed by tribal communities. Annapurna Trek is one of Nepal’s huge diversified landscape covered destination therefore it has amazing cultural diversity.  The scenery in the Annapurna region is characterized by alpine meadows, glaciers and large moraines.
Best Time For Trekking In Annapurna Region:
Best time to trekking in Annapurna is autumn and spring seasons of the year. Like the Annapurna region there are two main season: September-November and February-May, the monsoon season from June-August is lighter than that experienced in the In the Annapurna, the monsoon is a tale of two regions, to the East the mountains are affected by the monsoon rain In the autumn from mid September to mid of December almost days are crystal clear and enough sun shine and also weather condition is stable which makes high passes are easy to cross. During the monsoon and the winter season trekking is not so much favorable due to the heavy rain fall and cold as well less visibility. Trekker can choose the particular time as per their convenient time frame of the month of autumn and the spring season.

Permit And Free For Annapurna Hiking:
Annapurna trekking trails like base camp, circuit trail, ghorepani, and mardi himal are not required special trekking permit, only the upper mustang area trek requires fee US$ 500 per person for 10 days visit as special area entrance. Permit is very much necessary to trekking in the Annapurna region if you didn’t got or buy trekking permit then you can’t visit in the Annapurna region. You can be obtained or buy trekking permit in Kathmandu or in pokhara.
The trekking style will be hike all the day then accommodate and eat in lodge. Annapurna has grown in popularity, and is current considered one of the top destinations for trekkers. There is a generous scattering of teahouse that will provided plenty of hot water for you sluice off the dust from the day’s travel, before you settle down to a warm meal and comfortable bed. In the teahouse lodges rule trekkers must have to eat their lunch, dinner and breakfast at same lodge wherever they stay. Trekker may charge their camera battery by paying at lodge. 
 Best Time To Go Annapurna Region Trekking:
While planning a trek, it is important to factor in the local climate and weather, this is the particularly true of Nepal where temperature can be very in the extreme on the season and region. Deciding the best time to hike the Annapurna base camp and Annapurna Circuit is an elimination game. The Annapurna circuit trek is by far the most popular trek in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Annapurna is north central Nepal is the tenth highest mountain in the world. The route around the Annapurna was opened to the foreign trekking in 1977, and it has since becomes the most popular destination of Nepal. Starting at Besisahar, the trek takes you through sub tropical meadows before ascending up into some stunning alpine peaks where you eventually reach the magnificent through la pass which, at 5,416m is the highest peak in the world. The northern area of the Annapurna region receives much less rain than the most parts of the Himalayan which means that trekking can be pursued all year-round, even during the monsoon period. The best trekking depend on two things in the Annapurna region is that weather and crowds.
The Best Time For Annapurna Trekking:
October-November: October-November is the most popular trekking season in Nepal. The weather is still warm during this period, even above 3,000m, views over the mountains are usually stunning and clear, in the night time temperature still get below zero, but the clear night skies filled with a billion star will make up this .
December- March: Although more quiet, this is the coldest period in Annapurna region. Over 5,415m Thorong la pass is often deluged with snow and will close for days and end when this happen. In this time the day temperature will be cool and at night time the temperature will get well below zero depending on altitude.
April- May: As the weather warms, trekkers once again take to the mountains making this period the second most popular trekking seasons in the Annapurna region.  Our national flower rhododendrons and other flower are in bloom, decorating the trails in spectacular colors. The heat generally builds throughout May as the monsoon season approaches and the trekking at low altitude can get uncomfortable hot, especially in the mustang region of the Annapurna region.
June- September: Around the mid June the monsoon period reaches in the Annapurna region. The southern region of the Annapurna, particularly around the pokhara area, certainly gets a lot of rain during this period and the rhododendron forests around Ghorepani are rife with leeches. The added benefits of trekking during this period is, far less crowds and many of flora species flower at this time, making the trek particularly beautiful. 
Annapurna Trekking Meals:
Food is the most important things in the human life. Trekking is a wellness activity which helps detoxification we now provide meals that include super food as part of the ingredients for better acclimatization to high altitude and better nourishment. There are the varieties of choice of western and Asian foods dishes or the mixture of both in all the major destinations you visit. Once given the plate full of rice and a soupy bean mixture you poured the soupy bean over the rice, and scooped up the hot mixture with your hands. When you ran low on rice or beans, someone would come over to the table with a bag bowl and ladle and give you more. Dhal Bhat is the perfect food for trekking, and the guide and the porter ate two times a day every day. During the trek you can expect three full meals a day as well as regular tea and coffee breaks on both tea-house style or camping treks where food are prepare freshly daily. You learn to look at food not as an experience, but as nutrition. You try the spaghetti at once place and it’s good. The western food choices were everywhere; yak steak in Manang, apple pie in Marpha, pizza in Dharapani, and pancakes in pisang.
Annapurna regions are well developed, nice and comfortable lodges can be found all along the route. In Ghorepani, Ghandruk, Jomsom and many other popular villages offers luxury accommodation with attached bathroom. Lodges are more basic with small and unheated wooden boxes with double beds. Most   lodges in popular tea house routes offers hot shower except in remote part of Nepal. In many larger villages you may find some meat on the menu. And the cost of all the food we prepare is included in the price of the camping treks, you can eat as much as you like. We give the high priority to the health of the guest. All the cooks are well trained and very experienced at preparing both western and eastern dishes. You can always get hot chocolate, tea and hot lemon drinks, as well as soft drinks, and treats like chocolate and crisps.
Wake up call with a warm drink of secret ingredients to help with cope with the day of rigorous activity of trekking. In breakfast you got cereals or porridge, eggs to order, toast or Indian flat bread made with whole wheat flour and Himalayan coffee and tea. In many regions, the trekking chef will provide simple hot meal for lunch.  Sometimes when crossing high passes or drier regions, a packed lunch will be provided which is following: bread and jam sandwiches, chicken, boiled eggs, oranges or apples, cartons of juice. Arriving in to camp – usually there will be tea and biscuits, sometimes cake if available. Popcorn, pappadum and occasional hors d’oeuvre such as Danish blue cheese, olives, salami, hummus etc, followed by soup and the main course. With quite basic equipment they manage to produce excellent cakes with icing, pizza, fried chips, pasta and even jelly! Chefs are well trained in producing a variety of menus and will almost always be able to accommodate specific request. The trek chefs and assistants are trained the food hygienically and hand sanitizer is provided for you to wash your hand before meal time.
Top Highlight Trekking Route in Annapurna Region:

Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is short hiking Trekking trail and major gurung and Magar Community Route with Excellent view in the  world and one will experience the natural, culture, people, Himalayan, valley. Ghorepani sunrise takes you to one of the most popular view point in Nepal within the world-famous Annapurna region. Ghorepani Ghandruk is situated at the northwest of pokhara rests at the altitude of 2012meters. The Annapurna Short hiking is a thrilling introduction to the wonders of trekking experience and a more relaxed journey compared to other options in the Annapurna region. If you’re short on time this is one of the best treks in the entire Himalaya for a great trekking experience and views of awesome peaks.
Annapurna base camp trek is part of the Moderate and Rhododendron and Panoramic view trail is much enjoyable and easier. The trek is a shorter option then the full circuit and is a very popular due to the close up views of tall peaks in the Annapurna Sanctuary. Our short ABC trek start from Kathmandu to Pokhara and we drive to Nayapul and start the trek and our trekking to Annapurna goes through Jhinu. After taking the view at poon hill it takes about four days travel up the canyon from Tadapani to reach the ABC. Trekking starting from the Annapurna foothills to view point of poon hill serves you the best of trek.
The Annapurna circuit is a trek within the Annapurna mountain region of central Nepal. Embark on fantastic Round Trek which takes us around the entire Annapurna massif reaching the zenith at Thorong la pass. This is the long trek travelers wishing to circle the Annapurna massif. The trial high passes and more attractive rice paddy field and ever green forests along subtropical forest and several waterfalls various villages. The trek rises to an altitude of 5,416m on thorong la pass, touching the edge of the Tibetan plateau. We will visit one of the popular pilgrimages in Nepal Muktinath temple, the god of salvation. All trekkers hike the route anticlockwise, as this way the daily altitude gain is slower, and crossing the high thorong la pass is Moderate and Adventures.
     Annapurna Khayerlake trekking is one of the most beautiful, adventurous, and diverse trekking in Annapurna region. This trekking is one of the exotic and interesting treks in the Nepal. The most beautiful trekking area with mix of culture and excellent mountain views over the many Himalayas. This trek is the well off beaten trail, on to a long, remote mountain ridges, through ex-posit forest. As we move higher through the rhododendron woodland and the view of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli and Machhapuchhare are astounding. The trek back to pokhara takes us via Ghorepani, poon hill, tadapani, Gandruk for one of the most famous panoramas in the Annapurna region.
Nar Phu valley trekis a rugged and wild trek that takes you to the exotic valley of Nar Phu, one of the remote and alluring regions located on the north of Annapurna. This trek is a restricted trekking trial. This trek starts from Jagat following the popular trekking routes of the Annapurna circuit.  The valley system above opens up to huge expanse of high snow-peaks, ancient villages and high altitude grazing settlements. This trek combines the remote village Nar and Phu, narrow canyon, lovely forest, amazing rock formations, yaks, monastery, Kang la pass and unique Himalayan culture. Tea house or lodge has been building this region.
Annapurna Mardi Himal:
Mardi Himal Trekking is a short and spectacular trip in the Annapurna region. The trek begins from Kande, after driving from pokhara. This trek is less traveled route in Annapurna region. The path is so less used and non touristy that you can feel like embarking upon a discovery expedition. This trek is newly opened route and hidden treasure in the Annapurna region. Trekking to Mardi Himal base camp is also described as the journey to hidden gem; it can also be joined with the Annapurna Base camp trekking. It is set around 3580m as it is shown in the trekking map and hike to the Mardi himal base camp. Recommend for local Trekking Agency in Nepal            

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Everest Trekking Details Information for 2017

Mount Everest is the highest peak of the world, which is located in the northeastern Nepal. The largest town of the region is Namche bazaar which is known as the home of the famous Buddhist monastery of Thyangboche where the annual Mani Rimdu festival is held. Our Journey starts from lukla and usual first-night stop on the way to the market town of Namche bazaar in phakding, virtually all in the khumbu begin with the flight from Kathmandu to small town of lukla.  Most Everest region lead to the Everest Base Camp, however there are side trails to explore and more remote paths to discover as well as challenging trekking peaks to climb. We didn’t feel giddy with excitement that morning when you see the sunrise from the window where you stay in the lodge (or hotel).
At the Namche bazaar 11,200 feet, you’ll have your first compulsory acclimatization day and you’ll be glad for the opportunity to explore this spectacular village and surroundings. Expect this way the day where, despite extreme exhaustion, weakness from loss of appetite and braving bitterly cold conditions.    Whatever trail you follow though, you will soon be immersed in the austere beauty of this awe inspiring trekking region.  There is the plenty of sightseeing to be had, including the khumjung gomba monastery and the Sir Edmund Hillary-founded Khunde hospital.
Continuing up the khumbu valley, the climb is steady to lobuche and Gorak shep, our highest overnight points. Just because you are not stepping foot on Mount Everest, do not think that the trek to Everest Base Camp (EBC) is easy to undertaking. The landscape is now harsh and inhospitable and accommodation basic- concrete buildings, no running water and you may find ice in the window in the morning. The season March and April in the spring and October and November in the autumn are the prime months for trekking in the Everest region. When you wake up early in the next morning for a pre-down start for the ‘’small’’ 18,000 foot peak called kala pattar, for the spectacularly famous view of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse.   
Flora Fauna Everest Region:
There are not so many animals that can be found near the top of Mount Everest because it is just too high. This is the highest national park in the world with the entire park located above 3,000m (9,700ft), in this park includes three highest peaks more than 8,000mincluding Mt Everest.  Nepal is a paradise of flora and fauna, ranging from the subtropical forest of the Terai to the great peak of the Himalayan in the north. The conditions are very cold and there isn’t as much oxygen so animals have to adapt to survive. Most of the park are in very rugged and step with its terrain cut by deep river and glacier. Nepal abounds with some of the most spectacular scenery in the whole of Asia with the variety of flora and fauna also unparalleled elsewhere in the region. The bottom of Mount Everest has forests of pine and hemlock trees.
The lower forested zone, birch, juniper, blue pine, firs, bamboo, and rhododendron grow, above this zone all vegetation are found to be dwarf or shrubs. Higher up the mountain the trees stop growing because it is too cold and windy but shrubs still grow under the snow. The rolling densely wooded hills and broad Dun valleys of the Terai beside different components of the country were formerly renowned for their abundance and variety of wildlife. As the altitude increase the plant life and animal life is restricted to lichens and mosses.
Some of the endangered animals that are found in this park are musk deer, Himalayan yak, red panda, snow leopard, and Himalayan black beer. Nepal can still boast richer and more varied flora and fauna than any other area in Asia. Animals such as the snow leopard mountain sheep, yak can live in these areas. The snow leopard were nearly hunted to extinction because of its beautiful coat, mountain tahr is goat-like animals that lives on the wooded slopes of Everest and mountain is closely related with wild cattle found on other highland. Beside many animals such as Himalayan thars, deer, langur monkey, hares, mountain foxes, martens, and Himalayan wolves are found here.  

Everest Trekking Permit:
All the trekkers need trekking permit to visit Nepal’s interior regions, which are not connected by highway. If you are Sagarmatha national park then should have a permit which is also knows TIMS card, as long as trekkers refrain from the climbing up mountains, no special trekking permits are required for visiting this area. If you can obtain trekkers’ information management system card for Everest camp trek throw trekking agency, or you can directly go to TAAN office then you will get it. The Annapurna, Langtang and Everest region have been declared “permit free” areas; but national park and conservation areas fees are required. An entry fee paid before entering the Sagarmatha national park is all one needs to pay and this can be taken care of at the national park desk in Thamel.
Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fee:            
Entrance to a Sagarmatha national park requires a permit with certified permission of entering park. Without permit any person cannot allow to enter and even have a view of Sagarmatha national park. Sagarmatha national park entry fee are not free for adults, but now a days you can get them for free when it turns to your child’s matter blow 10 years.

  • 1.       Foreigners NRs: 3,000 per person
  • 2.       SAARC NRs: 1,500 per person

TIMS Card for Everest Base Camp Trek:
If you are going to visit Sagarmatha national park then you has to have another permit also known as TIMs card you can obtain Trekkers information management system card for the Everest Base Camp trek throw   reputed trekking agency, or you can directly go to TAAN office then get it.

  • 1.       Foreigners TIMS cart cost: US$10 (Blue)
  • 2.       SAARC Nationals TIMS card cost: US$ 3 (Red)
  • 3.       FIT TIMS card cost: US$ 20 (Green)
Organize Trekkers:
TIMS card is compulsory to trek in all the trekking area in the country, however TIMs aren’t required for following like visitors to controlled areas having permit issued by the government and Nepal mountaineering association, foreign guest invited by the government of Nepal, foreign national possessing a residential visa, etc.

Document Required:
To obtain TIMS card you need copy of:

  • 1.       Passport photocopy
  • 2.       2 passport size photograph
Opening Hours:
·         TIMS counter at TAAN/NTB office will follow government working hours/days.
·         TIMS counter at government registered trekking companies will remain open 12 hours a day all the seven days.

To obtain TIMS card you need copy of passport and two copies of passport size photograph.
Everest Trek Accommodation:
Nepal is a very popular country for the trekking in the Himalayans, that why many of the people come Nepal from all over the world who love trekking.  Trekking lodge is a bit pretentious to call some village establishment hotels, but the common word in Nepali for restaurant or eating place is known as hotel. In the Nepali word for small hotel is known as bhatti. Many innkeepers specify the service they provide by calling by their establishments Hotel and Lodge.  During the trekking season there is a daily rush for space in hotel, in that time of heavy demand, such as during a flight back-up to lukla, Many hotels have menus that show their prices, including the charges of sleeping.
Tea house accommodation is available during the Everest base camp Trek, Gokyo Lake, Everest Cho la Pass, Jiri to Everest Base and Everest Three Pass Trek period with basic facilities. In the Everest region, in particular, this can be dangerous because of the elevation gain and the chance of altitude sickness. In the Everest region the average cost for a night is US$ 3 to 15, price depend on the height of place and standard service like attach bathroom or common, dormitory, other factor. Reputed tea house provide thick matter with clean bed cover and very warm blanket also. You might think that, since Nepal is underdeveloped so the hotel and lodge facility will poor, but the completely wrong now there is a number of luxury hotel and lodge for the trekkers.  Average cost starts from US$ 150 per person per night on BB basic.

For the human being food is one of necessary things. As we preparing for our recent trek to Mt Everest Base Camp, immensely curious as to what kind of food we would be eating for 12 days. While food was obviously no five- star dining experience, it was much more satisfying and tasty then we could have ever expected. At the trekking lodges, tea is served in thermoses of various sizes Paste your text here and click on "Next" to observe this text redact do its issue.

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Whilst trekking, ask your guide or bearer to recommend a tea house or lodge where you can have lunch and which will serve good hiking food. During your day‘s you will usually encounter several settlements along the trekking route where you can have a lunch. Most of the tea house offers a set breakfast which usually consists of toast, eggs, potatoes, and tea and coffee. In some tea houses you can get freshly made chapati inside of toast, which is a nice change of pace. Dinner is usually eaten in the lodge where you stay overnight. At the lodge, each room has its own order notebook in which write the order - name of the meal, quantity and price after studying the menu. If the trekker arrives with own meal, the accommodation charge increase dramatically and can reach 1000-1200 Rs per night.   

  How to Go Everest Base Camp?
Mount Everest has captivated intrepid men and women since the 1920s. But today, the trek to Everest Base Camp has become an achievable goal for people all walks of life who wants a glimpse of the world’s highest peak. Famous for its spectacular mountain peak and loyalty and friendliness of the sherpas, the khumbu (Everest region) is one of the most popular destinations for the touristic in Nepal. Trekking is possible in this area whole year around. The best times to visit are from the beginning of March to mid May and from the beginning of September and mid November. The allure of Everest and the world’s highest mountain brings us back time and time again. We spend 3 nights in Namche bazaar giving you the best chance that makes your safe and enjoy journey to the Everest Base Camp.
 The winter is very cold and snow may make difficult to travel higher than tangboche, in the summer are wet and the spectacular peaks are often lost in cloud, and April and early May is the good time to see the hedgerows and trees bursting  into bloom with rhododendron. The view is much better after the summer monsoons have cleared the atmosphere of dust. And the days are shorter and cooler. Aside from breathtaking scenery, travelers to the region can experience unique Sherpa culture by visiting monasteries and museums along the way. Making the journey through the Everest region is not a visually stunning Region. Where we will discover amazing culture diversity, monasteries, adventure and not to mention the most genuine you will ever encounter, the Sherpa.
The quickest route into region in by air, leaving from the Kathmandu and on thirty- five minute flight into the valley lukla, we use Goma air the newest airline to enter the Everest region.  The Everest region is also known as the Solukhumbu region.  Our Everest base camp trek is by no means an easy trek, with our expertise and experience and unique itinerary, we will provide all the information which make your trip successful. Days are filled with walking for the sheer pleasure of it. While evenings are rewarded with hot food and conversation with like- minded people around the dining-room fire.

On the second day of your journey you enter Sagarmatha national park, which holds one of the most scenic vistas in the world, with magnificent view of Mt Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam etc are the name of few. A trekking company offers the advantages of having everything arranged for you, including airport transfer, accommodation and the porter and the guide and their insurance. You also venture through Sherpa villages like khumjung village and Namche bazaar, sampling the wonderful hospitality these genuine people have to offer. But the solo trekking ban has been put on hold, so far now it’s still possible to go it alone. 

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Lazimpat-2 Rd, Kathmandu, Nepal
Mobile No:+977- 9841902116
Email : nepalhightrek@gmail or,
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Monday, February 20, 2017

Trekking in Nepal Details Information


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 traveler will be attack on the street of Kathmandu and the trekking hub, Pokhara, with guide systematic tours and gear for sale or rent.
 Trekking doesn’t mean mountain climbing. While the ascent of Himalayan peak may be an attraction for some, you need not have such a 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 country. Trekking in the mountain of Nepal is moral culture experience then 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 the hill tracks. The terrain changes from tropical jungle to high glaciated peak in only 150km.
During the time of trekking, the Himalayan disappears behind Nepal’s continual hill, but dominates the northern skyline at each pass. Despite what many may feel, trekking in Nepal is not necessarily wandering alone though 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):
Tea house trekking is the most beautiful trekking in Nepal. The most popular region like Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang have built tea-house lodge where you can stop and stay at the night. Tea houses are mountain lodges which is 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. Tea house are 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 the Nepal.

The most popular way totrek in Nepal for both Nepalese and westerners is travel from teahouse to teahouse. Hotel accommodation is the most readily available in the khumbu region, the langtang area and the entire Annapurna region. Your all baggage is carried by porters, horses and yaks. The benefit of tea house trekking is that, by arranging food and accommodation by the guide, you can move at your own place 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.
Tea house have a variety of western and local (Nepali, Tibetan and Chinese) cuisine. Nepal trekking pass 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 you in accompany you in your entire trip to make all the arrangements for food and accommodation along the way.   One porter is provided for every two person to carry their luggage.

Walk around 5/7 hours every day and interacting to the local people, culture, religious and stopping each night to sleep and eat in local tea house everyday call tea house trekking in Nepal. Although many hotels in the hills are reasonably comfortable, the accommodation in some place may be a dirty, often smoky, house. Chimneys are rare, so a room in 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 waling for 3-4 hours we will have rest for lunch at around midday. Tea house 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 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 are less popular then tea house trekking. That is why Camping trekking are more expensive then tea house trekking. Camping trekking is only organized in the remote area.
Sometime camping trekking is organized where the lodge is also available in the trekking route. Camping trek include and 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 provide 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 walk.  For accommodation there will be water proof 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 you daypack which you need in the day like (toilet paper, sun cream, water bottle, camera etc). Porters carry your all personal belongings. Every one walks on their own way as the group spreads out the trail. During the camping trek there will be daily route is that walking 5-7 hours each day and take rest in camp or tent. In the evening time there so many funs which are created by the staff by singing and dancing.  Around 8pm 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 mid- land region are pleasing almost all the 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:

  1.            Autumn season
  2.           Winter season 
  3.            Spring season
  4.            Summer season
  5. Autumn season:
 Autumn season is the best season for the 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 makes 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 irregularly snowfalls at higher elevation. The winter season is good for trekking in lower elevation. The morning and night is 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 have mildly warm in low land and moderate in higher altitude with the great opportunities to have a great mountain views. This season is the time of flower to blossom and our national flower-rhododendrons-cover the mountain sides with it 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 is 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 equipments and during the day you will carry your camera, jacket, water bottle in a rucksack. The other remaining things will carried by porter. Many things you can buy and some of you could rent from Kathmandu and pharaoh as well.

Common things for trekking and hiking
1.       Hiking boots and trekking socks
2.       Jacket and slacks
3.       Towel and toilet paper
4.       Sunglasses and strap
5.       Sun hat and woolen  hat
6.       Water bottle
7.       Head torch
8.       Trekking poles
9.       Base layer shirts
10.   Sleeping bag
11.   Down jackets
12.   Personal first aid kit
13.   Gloves and mittens
14.   Pocket knife
15.   Rain wear and umbrella
16.   Slipper and sandals for campsite wear

Climbing gear and peak tips
If you are climbing gear and peak trips, then you need kitchen equipments, toilet tent, climbing rope: fixed and main rope, harness, crampons, ice-axe, karabiners: lock /unlock, ice- screws, snow bars, rock piton, helmet, Ascend (Mummer), Descended (F-8), Tapes / slings, and you need a climbing shoes, sunglasses, sun cream, waterproof jacket, down jacket and trousers and other 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 trek and domestic flight is 15kg and 15kg is easy to carry you and if you cannot carry you bag there will be the porter to carry your bag.  
We will provide you the best services which will give you a once in life time 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 starts 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 in altitude of over 3000m. The higher we go on the earth the air pressure become the lower which means the thinner air. The AMS is many type of symptoms bring us. Ever person need 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 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 mountains, your body gradually adapts to the reduced the amount of oxygen in the air.

The primary symptoms of acute mountain sickness are
1.       Headache
2.       Poor sleep and sleep disturbance
3.       Vomiting
4.       Loss of appetite
5.       Shortness of breath
6.       Dizziness
7.       Runny nose
8.       Swelling of the face and hands

Dangerous cause of AMS (acute mountain sickness)

The common symptoms of high altitude cerebral edema are
1.    High headache which cannot kill by the painkiller
2.    Mood change
3.     Loss of coordination (ataxia),
4.    Vomiting
5.    Feeling confused
6.    Blurred vision
7.    Walks as if you drunk
8.    Short –term blindness and numbness
The common symptom of high altitude pulmonary edema is

  1.      Trouble in breathing
  2.      Coughing
  3.      Heavy feeling in the chest
  4.      Restlessness
  5.      Feeling tired
  6.      Lips, tongue and nail become blue
  7.      Blood in saliva or spit and froth in saliva or spit
  8.      Rapid pulse  
  9.      Prevention method of AMS
  10.      Allow sufficient time for acclimatization(after 3000m)
  11.           Don’t make rapid Ascent.
  12.      No alcohol, smoking and sleeping pills
  13.          Avoid getting cold
  14.      Take an easy and comfortable trekking route even if its longer
  15.           Climb high and sleep low
  16.      Don’t trek alone ,take guide/porter
  17.            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 were no symptom. If anyone suffer 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 Keeps your hand, 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.

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Nepal High Trek Pvt. Ltd.
Lazimpat-2 Rd, Kathmandu, Nepal
Mobile No:+977- 9841902116
Email : nepalhightrek@gmail or,
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