Trekking in Nepal: Things you should know

Important Information

Once you decided to Trekking in Nepal or Peak Climbing in Nepal you need to be prepared with basic things required for your safety. Altitude sickness can affect anyone. Try to find out the symptoms of altitude sickness including also the problem like headache, dizziness, sleeplessness, loss of appetite vomiting ect. Bring required medicines with you and consult with our trek leader for the better preparation. Beside, for you back-up and emergency services insurance policy is importantly required to manage your trip in more effective way. So make sure you have made insurance before you leave.
Health and Experience Required: Our Everest View Trek-12 days is an easy trek suitable for anyone who has the ability to walk at least 4-5 hours a day with a light day pack. Walking in higher altitude is more physically demanding than walking in lower altitudes; however, if you are in good health, and have a positive attitude, you can accomplish the trek successfully. No technical skill is required for this trip.

Important note: Please note that since every adventure entails travelling in remote mountain region, weather condition, and health issues and unexpected natural disaster etc. can all desicle to change what we have planned. Far beside, if in any point of time we have to change or stop the trip in behalf of your cancellation, the amount you have paid will not be refunded, the leader will try to assure that the trip runs according to the plan but please be prepared to be flexible when required.

Visa and Passport: You must carry a valid passport and have obtained the appropriate visas. Please ensure your passport is valid for 6 months beyond the duration of the trip. For further information, please visit – Department of immigration site.

Accommodations & Meals

Accommodation: All accommodations are on twin sharing basis included in the trip cost. There are two styles of accommodations. In Kathmandu, you will stay in a deluxe hotel. While trekking, tea house style accommodations are provided. These are simple facilities with unheated rooms. While some tea houses offer attached toilet, some may only have shared washing and toilet facilities. If you are a solo traveler, a shared room with someone else of the same sex from your group will be arranged. If you prefer a single room, then a single supplement will be applied. Please note that while trekking, single room accommodations are not always possible. On paying single supplement, a single room only in Kathmandu will be confirmed, and whenever possible, a single room while on trek will be provided.

Meals: We served welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu and breakfast will be served in Kathmandu and Pokhara as well. All meals served in full board basic three times in a day during the trek in the Mountain. Normally dinner and breakfast will be served in the same lodge we spend night and lunch will be taken on the way to destination at a teahouse.