Since early times, Nepal has the reputation of being a remote and magical kingdom. Although no longer so remote, Nepal's natural beauty continues to attract travllers all over the world, who comes to experience for themselves Nepal's uniqueness as a trekking destination.The prime attraction of trekking is the Himalayan ranges. Of the 14 peaks in the world above 8000 meters, 8 are in Nepal and beneath the backdrop of these majestic peaks lie Nepal's hill country where most of the major trekking routes are located. Similarly the cultural scenery that represents the many ethnic groups in these trekking routes and the fact that the natural beauty, still untouched by modern civilization are still isolated from the few roads that Nepal has, trekking in Nepal has further increased its popularity.
In this section, you will find brief summary of the different areas where we operate treks, peak climbing and expeditions. The treks, as described are only suggested itineraries and may be considerably modified to suit your personal requirements. We basically arrange two types of treks.
TEAHOUSE TREK :
You will be spending overnights in lodges (applicable only for places where lodges/tea houses are available), while being accompanied by our experienced Sherpa trekking guide and local porters for your baggage. You will be provided with sleeping bag with liner and duffel bag.
ORGANIZED TREK :
You will be trekking with our full trekking support which includes full camping and kitchen equipment, Sherpa trek leader, Sherpa cook, Sherpa trek staffs and local porters. Your camping equipment will include tents, sleeping bag with liner, mattress, dining tent, toilet tent, duffel bag.
A day on an organized Trek : All our treks are managed by a Sherpa team with the "Sirdar" (trek guide) responsible for not only your well being, but also that of his trek staff and porters. The day starts at around 6 a.m. with a cup of tea. Soon a bowl of warm water is provided for washing. After packing, a breakfast of porridge/muesli, cornflakes, bread and eggs with tea/coffee/hot chocolate is served. The day's trek starts around 7:30 a.m. The reason for this early start is take advantage of the cool morning when walking is easiest; also the morning air very clear, allowing a better view of the mountains than at other times of the day. Porters or pack animals carry all camp equipment, food, fuel and duffel bags. All you need to carry in your small daypack are water bottle, light jacket and other small items you may need on the trail. The morning walk to the lunch spot takes about three hours. The cook and his kitchen staff walk ahead to prepare lunch to be ready by the time the group arrives. In Nepal, we usually serve hot lunches whereas in Tibet treks, pack lunches are provided. Camp is normally reached between 3 and 4 in the evening. Water to freshen up with tea and snacks are available while the staff pitches camp. One is then free to rest or explore the nearby surroundings according to one's wishes till the evening meal. Usually evening meal is served around 7 p.m. in the dining tent furnished with a lantern, table and camp stools. Food on trek is plentiful, healthy and varied, prepared by cooks trained in kitchen and table hygiene. Enough staple products are carried for the entire outing. Fresh supplies of vegetables, eggs, meat etc. are purchased locally wherever and whenever available. The trekking cost depends on the season, the number of people in the group, the length of the trek, trek area and the type of trek you prefer. Once you have an idea of where and how long you wish to trek, we will provide detailed information and quote a price.
Sherpa Staff : The Sherpas of the Everest, Khumbu and Rolwaling regions have traditionally been the best mountain guides and porters. The Sherpas of Everest Expedition Inc. have been carefully selected and trained. You will have the opportunity to get to know these reliable warm-hearted trek guides, during the shared experience that a trek provides.
GRADE 1 :
Trekking in altitudes less than 3000 meters, but involving considerable up and down-hill walking on mountain trails for 5-6 hours a day.
GRADE 2 :
Moderate trekking to altitudes between 2000 - 3500 meters, possibly including brief excursions or pass crossings up to about 4500 meters.
GRADE 3 :
Moderate trekking to altitudes of 3000 - 4000 meters, generally including strenuous excursions or pass crossings up to about 5500 meters.
GRADE 4 :
Rigorous trekking to altitudes predominantly above 4000 meters, with excursions, pass crossings or peak climbing. Elementary knowledge of the use of crampons and ice axe is desirable. Some climbing experience may be required for peak climbing.
Select from the following to see detailed day to day itinerary of some of the more popular treks in Nepal. Other detailed programs will also be available upon request. Please email us for more information.
NEPAL TREKKING REGION
• Annapurna Region
• Everest Region
• Langtang Region
• Restricated Region
• New Openly Region
• Makalu Trekking
• Manaslu Trekking
• Kanchenjunga Trekking
• Ganesh Himal Trekking
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Tour in Nepal
Kathmandu is Nepal's biggest and most cosmopolitan city, a meeting place of a dozen ethnic groups, and the home town of the Newars. Nepal's master craftsmen and traders extraordinaire. Trade indeed, created Kathmandu for at least a thousand years it controlled the most important caravan route between Tibet and India - and trade has always funded its Newar artisans. Little wonder, perhaps that Kathmandu has so deftly embraced the tourist business.
The uncountable number of Himalayan peaks on the vicinity of Mount Everest will always be a great attraction for mountain climbers. Expeditions to the Nepalese Himalayas require careful pre-planning, many governmental formalities and considerable expenses. But for those seeking equal challenges, Peak climbing can be a good alternative. The Trekking Peaks with rarely used trekking routes and ranging from 5000 meters onwards can be climbed by integrating it with an organized trek on payment of Peak fees and special permission.
In Sirubari, one can experience a stay in an unspoiled village living as a family member. The accommodation is simple with clean room with good beds as well as clean toilet facilities. The food is delicious and you will be eating your meals as one of the family. Sirubari does not offer hot showers, television, and thousands of tourist. Sirubari offers delicious food and drink and comfortable accommodation.