Accommodations and Meals During Trekking in Nepal
Accommodation and meals are important aspects to consider during trekking in Nepal. The options for accommodation depend on the region and the type of trek. Teahouses, also known as lodges, are commonly found along all the popular trekking routes in Nepal. These teahouses provide basic accommodation facilities such as private or shared rooms with beds, blankets, and hot showers. However, it's important to note that the facilities may be quite simple, especially in remote and high mountain areas.
As for meals, teahouses typically offer a range of local and international dishes as per trekkers' needs. You can expect a variety of options including dal bhat (rice with lentil soup), momo (dumplings), noodles, fried rice, bread, and soups. It's advisable to try local Nepali cuisine as it provides a unique cultural experience.
Accommodation: All accommodations are on twin sharing basis. There are two styles of accommodations. In City, you will stay in a deluxe hotel. While you are in the Mountains, tea house-style accommodations and Tents are provided. Teahouse is a simple facility with unheated rooms. While some tea houses offer attached toilets, 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 you are in Mountain, single-room accommodations are not always possible. On paying a single supplement, a single room only in City (Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Lumbini) will be confirmed, and whenever possible, a single room while on the trek will be provided.
Meals: We served a welcome and farewell dinner in Kathmandu and breakfast will be served in Kathmandu and Pokhara as well. All meals are served in full board basic three times a day during the trek in the Mountain. Normally dinner and breakfast will be served in the same lodge we spend the night and lunch will be taken on the way to a destination at a tea house.