Plan your Trip


A trekking trip to Nepal involves slightly more preparation than your average trip abroad. The high mountains are not a place to visit casually. You don’t want to fine yourself a week away from Kathmandu, ill-equipped exhausted and unable to cope with the thought of walking all the way back. Start early, international flight bookings and inoculations needs attention several months before departure, especially if you are flying  in the peak months of October and   November . Start getting into physical shape a couple months before your trek. Arranging your equipment will also take some time, Specially if you are on a camping trek. Clothing and necessary equipment details. Still a trekking trip in Nepal is pretty easy and expensive compared with most other countries.  You can get the visa in the airport while arriving at Kathmandu.

When to Trek
The trick to choosing when to start a trek is striking a balance between the period of best weather for the area you wish to trek and the crowds that this good weather attracts. The most popular trekking season is March to May, with September to November recognized as having the best weather for trekking.  This is also the high tourist season. During this time flights and hotels are tightly booked and trails of the most popular treks can be uncomfortably busy.

During this autumn high season the nights are cold in the mountains, but the bright sun makes for pleasant daytime temperatures. At higher altitudes temperature range from about  20  C down to Perhaps - 10 C at nights. Morning are usually clear, then clouds build up during the afternoon, disappearing at night to reveal spectacular starry skies. During winter (December  February ) it Is about 10 C colder.
Early December seems a Lull in tourist arrivals, But the skies are usually clear and This Is good time for trekking. The Christmas period id cold, but this Is holiday season. Most of the Japanese and Australians travel in this season. High passes, specially the Thorung-la pass on the Annapurna circuit trek, Ganja La Pass on Langtang trek , Chola Pass in Everest are usually closed from mid-December to late February, as are treks to the remote region of Dolpo, Mustang and Humla. As well as during the monsoon (June to September ), although there is almost always something open.

There are three excellent times to trek when you will often have camp sites or lodges to your self and can usually rely on good weather. These little known trekking seasons are the first two weeks of December, the entire month of February , and the second half Of September.  The second most popular time to visit is Mar cha and April. Mustard fields color the farmlands with bright yellow flowers in February and spectacular spring booms arrive on March and April. When rhododendron forests across the country paint entire hillsides in shade from pink to crimson.  

It makes sense to try to time your Trek with one of Nepal’s colourful festival . Tihar, Holi and Bisket Jatra festival in Bhaktapur coincide  with the popular trekking seasons. Regionally specific festivals like Dashain, Tiji in Mustang or Tengboche monastery’s Mani Rimdu festival are superbly colourful events but they are very popular with groups so you can expect lodges and camp sides to be overflowing during these times.

What kind of Trek?
Trekking in Nepal can be short as three days and long more than one month. Since a trek means walking for a many days and visit the panoramic places, people, culture and others.  During the trekking you need food and accommodation along the way. You can either rely on facilities, or you can Travel with an entourage that carries all of its food and tents with its.

Mostly trekking route can be divided into two parts in the context of Nepal. Teahouse house trek and Camping trek. Tea house trekking area a facilities by the local arrangement but at Camping trek you should carry every by your self. The nature of the trek depends partly on where you trek. If you stick to established paths in the Everest, Annapurna and Langtang region you can stay in local Lodges where you will provide food and accommodation. Which make everything a lot simpler. You don’t need to carry a tent, stove, food and camping equipment. You will have carry a certain amount of gear  which are : Camera, warm clothes, medical kit, chocolate etc.  As for the baggage you will hire a porter to carry.

Lodge Tea house Trek
The easiest way to trek in Nepal is to rely on local trekking lodges for your accommodation and meals. There are good lodges every couple of hours on trek in Annapurna, Langtang, and Khumbu (Everest) regions, so you can operate with a bare minimum of equipment and rely on local facilities for food and shelter.  By arranging your accommodation and food locally, you can move at your own place, set your own schedule. Still tea House trekking in Nepal is a luxury that other places in the world can match. It’s an unrivalled way to trek in freedom and comfort right into the heart of the mountains.

Camping Trek
 If you interested to trek off the beaten track, It’s better ( and in some places, required by government regulations) to trek with a full complement of rents, porters and camp staff. A group camping trek follows a tradition and a routine that trekkers and mountaineers have developed and refined for more than 50 years.  If your interest in Himalaya was kindled through reading such books, you still have opportunity to experience this delightful way to travel.  We can’t recommend individual camping trek because nothing is available during the trekking and there is no safety as well.  Most of companies organize camping trek. If choose a responsible trekking company you not face any obstacles.  Everything will be prepared before your arrival in Kathmandu. While you be landed in Kathmandu you can directly start your trip. It’s a day or more to or genies the gear and logistic for a camping trip, Longer for a remote trek. That involves flight bookings, permits and logistics issue such as per-arranging supplies of kerosene and yaks.

Camping trek is not a easy trek like teahouse trek. To make a perfect camping trek you should have prepared various things before the trip. At first you need physically fitness and Daily exercise because during your camping Trek you have to walk minimum 5 to 6 hrs per day. The next thing is you have to organize warm clothes and sleeping bag. If you have to any diseases and you Need to take the medicine every day don’t forget to bring. At the remote area of camping trekking there is no possibility to buy the medicine.

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