Nepal, over the centuries, has attracted trekkers, mountaineers, pilgrims and many others. Since time immemorial its rugged heights crowned with snow and draped in huge glaciers has attracted many to brave his courage against the challenge.And from the simple magnificence of the heights brings down to a different world of cascading waterfalls, green dense forests, meadows, and lakes, varieties of flora and fauna, and abundant rivers. Here nestle small hamlets with their diverse local customs, dances, folklore and architecture passed on by their ancestors.
Camping Trek – Camping treks is also called an organized treks, where you will be provided with all the necessary equipments, food and the trekking backup team. They consist of a trek guide with a good first hand knowledge of all the terrains and first aid. An experienced cook with his support team (kitchen boys), a Sirdar, who is in charge of all the porters, Sherpas, who has over responsibilities on and off the trail and finally the porters, without their back-up camping treks are not at all possible. The beauty of camping treks is having your own space, time,locations and exploring off the beaten tracks .All you have to do is walk with your daypack and camera, meet the locals, enjoy breathtaking views and relax while everything is taken care of.
Lodge (tea house) trekking in Nepal There are so many lodges along the most popular trekking trails in Nepal that it makes sense to use their facilities, rather than camp in their yards. While these Tea Houses are definitely not the alpine lodges, which are often the height of rustic luxury in other parts of the world, they are uniquely Nepali. They give you a deep insight into the lives of the hardy mountain people, because most are family-run and just extensions of the family home. The accommodation and facilites are basic but clean, the food plain but nourishing and hygienically prepared and the environment cosy and congenial. We have carefully selected the Lodges/Tea Houses from the best available in each village and our professional and caring staff will oversee everything from food preparation and hygiene, to bed tea in the morning. It isn’t the Ritz by any means, but it is traditional Nepalese hospitality; after all, isn’t that what you have come to experience?