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What is Trekking?
Trekking means gentle walking or hiking in the Hilly or Himalayan range observing the local culture, society, religions, tradition, and natural beauty of the region where one is trekking.

Does Trekking Require Physical Effort?
Yes, surely trekking requires physical effort on the part of the trekker. The level of fitness depends on the trek. We recommend all trekkers to have a basic level of fitness. But for trekkers who are physically unable to trek our company will arrange them a pony-trek.

What is best time to visit Nepal?
The Best Season to visit Nepal is February March, April, May, September, October and November.

Where do we stay on a trek?
Normally, you can do the two kind of trekking in the Himalaya. They are: camping Himalaya Trekking Holiday and tea house Himalaya Trekking Holiday. When you are doing a camping Trekking holiday during that situation, yours trekking crew like: Sherpa, Guide, Sardar and potters will be organizing yours tent where acceptable facilities exist, normally we use that. You need not worry about that even you never camped before. The tent we are providing are roomy, the sleeping pads/mattress is comfortable. During yours Himalaya Trekking periods there is a bathroom tent and dining tent with tables and camp stools, providing a cozy, comfortable atmosphere to eat and chat with fellow trekkers during the evening.
In the tea house Himalaya trekking holiday, you will be normally spend yours night in tea house. Actually Tea house is the combination of guesthouse, restaurant (Bhatti), house and social hang out. Our many years of experience along these routes have helped us fried least, cleanest and most enjoyable tea house with the best views. Most of the tea houses have running water. Many have hot water heated by kerosene, gas due to the lack of firewood in the most villages. Deforestation is being a big environmental concern in Himalayas. We always encourage to all ours trekkers along the Everest, Langtang, and Annapurna treks to try our tea house treks.

Where and what type of food will be served?
If you are in the camping Himalaya trek, you will have your own kitchen staff and food. In that way will prepare all meals and snacks. Normally, before you start to trek, you will get information about yours food item list, according to yours choice and depend on possible in Himalaya Region.

How safe is the food?
Food safety is being always a big concern while in the Himalaya trekking. This is why we always do our best to choose tea houses with clean and sanitary kitchens. The food, which will serve during the camping Himalaya Trekking, is completely safe. On ours tea house Himalaya trekking, we provide a cook to prepare safe and testy meals with our own set of cookery as well as hygienic cleaning facilities.

Where do we get water during the trip?
The boiled water you can get in the all tea houses in the Himalaya Trekking. How much you need water, during the trekking period, yours experience local trekking guide will be provide you a safe drinking water. You can also purchase of plastic bottles water while in the Himalaya Trekking. Even though, we strongly discourage the purchase of bottle water while on the trekking in the Himalaya. Actually the Nepal trekking and hiking company is being seriously concerned about the environmental problem in the Himalaya region. The plastic bottles are difficult to dispose.

Is the water safe to drink?
Nepal Trekking and Hiking Company have very well trained guide and Sherpa. While you will be in Himalaya trekking holiday, they will be provided your water needs. The Himalaya guide will make sure all water is boiled and treated with iodine. It is 100% effective in killing the bacteria in water.

What equipment should l bring ?
In the Himalaya trekking, right equipment is very important for choose. Trekking equipment should need, deciding what to pack your belongings in depends on your style of Himalaya trekking. You want to have enough cloths to stay warm or cool yet not over pack. Usually, while the trekking in the Himalaya, will have warm days and cold nights. Here is some suggested equipment list

    Back pack (Ruckseake)
    Small day-pack
    Foot wear and foot care
    Trekking boots
    Some pair of socks
    Down jacket
    Trousers/pants or skirts
    Windproof trouser or pants
    Sun hat/woolen hat
    Gloves or mittens
    Swim suit-useful for hot spring
    Rain punch
    Medical kit
Is there a doctor on the trek?
Most of the Nepal Trekking is in the Himalayan remote area. During the Himalaya trekking we can’t guarantee a doctor can be available on the Himalaya trekking trail. Only in the few Himalaya trekking region, some time rarely, can be find the doctors. But we do try to encourage suitably experienced medical personnel to join our high altitude treks by affecting a discount in return looking after the medical needs of a group. In addition to trek doctors, our group lead ears are trained in first aid kids.

Is it possible to trek with the Childs?
We can arrange some soft and scenic hiking trips which can be enjoyed with your kinds.

Can I charge my battery on the trekking?
Of course you can, some popular trekking region has electricity supply; however do not forget to bring spare battery. In some remote region you can not charge battery. We suggest you to bring solar charger for remote areas.

Is there any communication while we are on trekking?
There are telephones in many villages along the popular trekking routes from which you can make international calls.

What type of insurance should I have? Can I get there?
Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter evacuation, loss of luggage, etc. if you wish to arrange your travel insurance from our Company; we will arrange travel insurance for you.

What else do you offer besides trekking and tour?
Besides Trekking and tour we offer Sightseeing Tour all over the Nepal, Jungle Safari, River Rafting, Peak Climbing, Paragliding, Mountain flight, Special Interest Tour, Bungee Jumping, Mountain Biking, and fully supported treks throughout Nepal and Tibet.

What is the maximum weight allowed on domestic flights?
The maximum weight allowed on domestic flights is 15-20 Kilo grams per person.

What is altitude sickness?
Altitude sickness means illness occur at higher elevation. In this time your breathing and heart rates increase. Altitude sickness normally happens above 2800m and symptoms consist of headache, dizziness, dehydration and trouble sleeping. To help avoid this illness we recommend you to drink at least 3 liters of water per day, trek slowly and use acclimatization days. Of course our guides will be on hand to give assist and advise you should any problems arise.

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