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Trekking in Nepal

Nepal has eight of the ten highest mountains on earth, and some of the most beautiful landscapes ranging from the plains of the subtropical lowlands to the High Himalayan ranges. Trekking is perhaps the best way to witness the diverse cultural background along with mountain views. You can venture into any part of the county and still be certain that you are safe because there are people in even the most remote Himalayan trekking areas. Furthermore, it is also a great way to experience natural floras and fauna along with the trekking trials.

Nepal is home to some of the most spectacular treks in the world. The two most popular trekking regions are the Everest and the Annapurna regions. Besides, the Langtang, Manaslu, and Upper Dolpo regions are also equally popular. Trekking in Nepal can last from a week to months as per the route. We can categorize treks based on the type of accommodations along the route.

Tea house Trek
A tea house trek, also known as a lodge trek, is one of the most popular types of the trek in Nepal. It is relatively a cheaper way of trekking in Nepal. The tea house provides meals and accommodation along the route. Only the guide and a porter will accompany the client. Teahouse is locally run and provides clean accommodation with good food such as western-style meals to ethnic Nepalese cuisine. Tea house treks are mostly popular in the Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang regions.

Fully organized camping trek
Camping trek is fully organized and supported by a team of ground staff including guides, cooks, Sherpas, and porters. The porters carry all necessary equipment, food, fuel, and other goods. The cook will prepare food as per the client’s choice. At each camping site, the Sherpas and other staff will set up tents for dining, sleeping, and washing. Every morning a bowl of warm water will be served for washing.