Nepal Info 1

When you think about trekking you think particularly permits, vigilant staff, comfortable facilities and the safety of the whole party. We offer both short and long trekking programmes to tourists who want to get off the beaten track.

Porters, Yaks or horses are hired to carry the luggage. Our treks are accompanied by experienced trekking leaders, trekking guides and Sherpa helpers, all of whom are experienced in meeting any contingencies. The field staff are steered in the local geography, language and culture and adept at weather forecasting and first aid. Our mountaineering and trekking cooks knows how to prepare Continental, Sherpa, Tibetan, Nepali, Chinese and Indian dishes catering to different tastes day by day, even in high Himalayan camps or wild hidden valleys.

The following are the some of the renowned trekking options. So for the detail programme and quotations please contact us at or and we will be back to you within 24 hours.

Daily activities during a trek: A morning trek starts around 7:30 or 8:00 a.m. You are woken by a mess attendant who brings in a bowl of hot water for washing and a first cup of tea or coffee. Thirty minutes later, a full breakfast is served on camp tables. Sherpas use this time to disassemble the tents, while some porters set off on the daily walk in order to arrive in time in the evening.

The walk starts at around 8 a.m. The group is always led by a sirdar, and in cases of very big groups, several guides are always present to ensure that everyone (quick walkers and slow walkers) is attended to. Lunch is served at around 12:00 or 12.30 p.m. altogether the rest time lasts 2 hours. In general, the afternoon walk is shorter than the morning one, to give people time to visit neighbouring villages, to rest and to chat while the staff prepare the supper, which is served at 7 p.m.