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Nepal Trekking Guide
« on: July 16, 2009, 05:03:30 PM »
The best way to experience Nepal’s wealth of scenery, bio-diversity and mix culture is to walk through them, which is possible through trekking. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracts. It can range in difficulty from an easy trek or hike around the Kathmandu or Pokhara valley to a strenuous multi day expedition to the secluded remotes of the country.
The trekking scenario of Nepal has been changing due to the development of infrastructures as far as in the remote areas. The emergence of teahouses, communication booth ( sometimes cyber cafes ), and heath posts have contributed a lot to the trekking.

Weather: The usual trekking season lasts from October to May. However, October and November are the best months to trek. During the months the skies are generally clear and good views are possible. Above 3000 m the temperature often goes below freezing.

December and January are the coldest months. Temperature constantly plunges below freezing at night above 3000 m. There is also little snowfall in high altitude. February and March bring warm weather. Birds and flowers, especially the rhododendrons are in full bloom at the lower altitudes. April and May are less suitable for trekking because of heat. Likewise, trekking in the monsoon ( June till the end of September ) is little difficult due to the rain. Leeches abound. However, the flora are at their most colorful.

Maps: Generally, there is little problem finding your way in the main trekking trails. You may refer to the maps provided in this guide book.

Accommodation
Accommodation in hotels and guesthouses in major towns and cities are considerably good enough for your comfort. But while in trekking we provide the best trekking equipment, which can accommodate two people with their duffel or kit bags. These tents are perfect to save you from extreme temperature.

Transportation
We provide comfortable vehicles to transport clients to and from various destinations. We use reputed and reliable airlines to ensure safety and punctuality while making travel arrangement within country.

Food
Food is important while trekking therefore our food is carefully supervised by our trekking-cook. Don’t expect the food as you find in Kathmandu or Pokhara. But our food is good enough to satisfy your taste and appetite.

   1. Medical & Mountain Rescues

 

Our trekking guides are thoroughly trained on First Aid and Wilderness Survival Medical Practice. A medical kitbag is always with them to help you whenever you need their assistance.

If you have or develop serious problem during the trek, we will arrange rescue operation by helicopter or by other means of transport.

   1. General Information

 
Health & Hygiene

Hygiene plays an important part in ensuring everyone's good health so we have given high priority to it. We take every possible way to maintain hygienic conditions while camping and cooking meals in remote areas. Drinking water is always boiled.
We take extra precautions to keep you healthy during the entire time you spend with us.
A Typical Trekking Day

 

In the trekking bed tea means the wake up call for trekkers which are followed by a bowl of water for washing. The cooks prepare breakfast when you are packing to get moving. The first part of your walk takes about 3 or 4 hours before stopping for lunch. You don’t need to worry about walking so keep your own pace while you stroll through villages or stop to admire some beautiful landscape. The walk after lunch is equally short and camp is reached by about 4 p.m. Evening is for relax, chat and look around. The last meal of the day is served in around 6:30pm. Usually by 9 or 10 p.m., everybody is having sound sleep.
Equipment & Clothing: On a normal trek & tour, you can carry your normal casual clothing. Down Jacket, Fleece or sweaters, Wind or Rain Gear, Sun Hat, Woolen Hat, Gloves, Scarf, Good Sun Glasses etc can be required depending on the climate and altitude.

 

Trekking boots for walking and runners or Sports Shoes and slippers or sandals are good at the camp. We will send you a complete clothing list after you confirm the trip with us.

What to Carry: For a Day Pack, necessary things to carry are Camera, Water Bottle, Reading Materials, Towel and Toiletries. Beside this, warm & rain gear should be carried in your day pack. Rest will be carried by porters.

Temperature: Depending upon the altitude and the season, the temperature varies from minimum of 0 to 5 degree Celsius to maximum 10 – 15 degree Celsius. On normal mid-hill treks, temperature will be about 15 degree Celsius.

Medical: Although our guides carry a complete medical kit, you should carry personal medication as prescribed by your doctor. General medication needed are – Asprin, Para-Cetamol, Brufen, Anti-diarrhea pills, metronidozole (Fasign) to cure bugs, Anti Acid Tabs and Antiseptic Creams, Band Aids and some Cotton Wool & Bandages including Elastic Bandage. But consult your team leader before taking any pills. Do not take sleeping Pills as it is dangerous to use on high altitudes. Clients are recommended to go thorough medical check up prior to their trek departure.

Cosmetics: Chap Sticks, Vaseline, Sun Screen, Mouth Wash, Cold or Wind Cream (depending upon the area of trekking).

Toiletry: Shaving Kits for men, Tissue Paper, Sanitary nakpin for females if required. Apart from this we will also provide toilet rolls on the trek while camping.
Trek Bags & Baggage Allowance: Our domestic airlines allow only 15kg as luggage. So try to adjust everything within this limit while travelling outside Kathmandu by air.

 

Equipment Hire: We will provide most of the camping equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, foam mattress and duffel bags. People who wish to hire climbing or snow gear, down jackets etc. can do so from us at extra cost.


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Re: Nepal Trekking Guide
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Re: Nepal Trekking Guide
« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2010, 01:49:07 PM »
The best way to experience Nepal’s wealth of scenery, bio-diversity and mix culture is to walk through them, which is possible through trekking. One can walk along the beaten trails or virgin tracts. It can range in difficulty from an easy trek or hike around the Kathmandu or Pokhara valley to a strenuous multi day expedition to the secluded remotes of the country.
The trekking scenario of Nepal has been changing due to the development of infrastructures as far as in the remote areas. The emergence of teahouses, communication booth ( sometimes cyber cafes ), and heath posts have contributed a lot to the trekking.

Weather: The usual trekking season lasts from October to May. However, October and November are the best months to trek. During the months the skies are generally clear and good views are possible. Above 3000 m the temperature often goes below freezing.

December and January are the coldest months. Temperature constantly plunges below freezing at night above 3000 m. There is also little snowfall in high altitude. February and March bring warm weather. Birds and flowers, especially the rhododendrons are in full bloom at the lower altitudes. April and May are less suitable for trekking because of heat. Likewise, trekking in the monsoon ( June till the end of September ) is little difficult due to the rain. Leeches abound. However, the flora are at their most colorful.

Maps: Generally, there is little problem finding your way in the main trekking trails. You may refer to the maps provided in this guide book.

Accommodation
Accommodation in hotels and guesthouses in major towns and cities are considerably good enough for your comfort. But while in trekking we provide the best trekking equipment, which can accommodate two people with their duffel or kit bags. These tents are perfect to save you from extreme temperature.

Transportation
We provide comfortable vehicles to transport clients to and from various destinations. We use reputed and reliable airlines to ensure safety and punctuality while making travel arrangement within country.

Food
Food is important while trekking therefore our food is carefully supervised by our trekking-cook. Don’t expect the food as you find in Kathmandu or Pokhara. But our food is good enough to satisfy your taste and appetite.

   1. Medical & Mountain Rescues

 

Our trekking guides are thoroughly trained on First Aid and Wilderness Survival Medical Practice. A medical kitbag is always with them to help you whenever you need their assistance.

If you have or develop serious problem during the trek, we will arrange rescue operation by helicopter or by other means of transport.

   1. General Information

 
Health & Hygiene

Hygiene plays an important part in ensuring everyone's good health so we have given high priority to it. We take every possible way to maintain hygienic conditions while camping and cooking meals in remote areas. Drinking water is always boiled.
We take extra precautions to keep you healthy during the entire time you spend with us.
A Typical Trekking Day

 

In the trekking bed tea means the wake up call for trekkers which are followed by a bowl of water for washing. The cooks prepare breakfast when you are packing to get moving. The first part of your walk takes about 3 or 4 hours before stopping for lunch. You don’t need to worry about walking so keep your own pace while you stroll through villages or stop to admire some beautiful landscape. The walk after lunch is equally short and camp is reached by about 4 p.m. Evening is for relax, chat and look around. The last meal of the day is served in around 6:30pm. Usually by 9 or 10 p.m., everybody is having sound sleep.
Equipment & Clothing: On a normal trek & tour, you can carry your normal casual clothing. Down Jacket, Fleece or sweaters, Wind or Rain Gear, Sun Hat, Woolen Hat, Gloves, Scarf, Good Sun Glasses etc can be required depending on the climate and altitude.

 

Trekking boots for walking and runners or Sports Shoes and slippers or sandals are good at the camp. We will send you a complete clothing list after you confirm the trip with us.

What to Carry: For a Day Pack, necessary things to carry are Camera, Water Bottle, Reading Materials, Towel and Toiletries. Beside this, warm & rain gear should be carried in your day pack. Rest will be carried by porters.

Temperature: Depending upon the altitude and the season, the temperature varies from minimum of 0 to 5 degree Celsius to maximum 10 – 15 degree Celsius. On normal mid-hill treks, temperature will be about 15 degree Celsius.

Medical: Although our guides carry a complete medical kit, you should carry personal medication as prescribed by your doctor. General medication needed are – Asprin, Para-Cetamol, Brufen, Anti-diarrhea pills, metronidozole (Fasign) to cure bugs, Anti Acid Tabs and Antiseptic Creams, Band Aids and some Cotton Wool & Bandages including Elastic Bandage. But consult your team leader before taking any pills. Do not take sleeping Pills as it is dangerous to use on high altitudes. Clients are recommended to go thorough medical check up prior to their trek departure.

Cosmetics: Chap Sticks, Vaseline, Sun Screen, Mouth Wash, Cold or Wind Cream (depending upon the area of trekking).

Toiletry: Shaving Kits for men, Tissue Paper, Sanitary nakpin for females if required. Apart from this we will also provide toilet rolls on the trek while camping.
Trek Bags & Baggage Allowance: Our domestic airlines allow only 15kg as luggage. So try to adjust everything within this limit while travelling outside Kathmandu by air.

 

Equipment Hire: We will provide most of the camping equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, foam mattress and duffel bags. People who wish to hire climbing or snow gear, down jackets etc. can do so from us at extra cost.


http://www.nepal-trekking-tour.com/nepal_trekking_guide.php
http://www.nepal-trekking-tour.com

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