Nature has always been kind to its lovers and admirers. It has always been ready to offer them with whatever it has for them to shower with. But it is up to us how much we can take it! How much we can endeavor!
Owning varieties of beautiful landscapes and Himalayan panorama, trekking in Nepal has always been a topic of interest around the globe. The world’s highest peak- Mt. Everest and other towering picks has always allured millions of trekkers around. But trekking along these trials is not always easy. Every trial has its own demand. Some trials are easy; some are moderate while others are strenuous and more than strenuous. The physical endurance required to accomplish a trek differs from one to another.
Therefore, you need to make a right choice knowing your level of physical endurance. On the basis of the physical endurance required, we have categorized treks into following six categories:
The elevation gain rises to 4000m and the hiking hour increases to 7 hours per day. You need to prepare yourself for a longer walk in not so well leveled paths in a colder atmosphere.
The elevation gain rises over 5000m. Trekkers have to walk along unleveled trials uphill and downhill. Steep ascend and descend is also necessary. As you need to acclimatize yourself, the trekking hours are normally 7-8 hours over 13-19 days span.
The trekkers must be able to have high physical endurance with knowledge of climbing and dealing with the difficult and challenging terrain. The hiking elevation rises to 6000m and over therefore climber should be able to withstand cold. These treks are generally for the experienced trekkers and climbers.?
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This is the basic list to cover the more common ailments that affect trekkers. Climbing groups, expeditions and trekkers going to isolated areas will need a more comprehensive kit. Sphygmomanometer (Blood pressure Instrument) Syringes (20 ml, 10 ml) Hot water bottle Pen and writing pad Stethoscope Thermometer Matchbox Splints Scissors Tongue blades Pen light Cervical…Read More
Nepal is well connected by commercial airline services to the rest of the world. How to reach Nepal does not pose a problem to travelers coming via India and South East Asia. How to reach Nepal is not a problem. How to leave is! – because the stunning natural scenery of Nepal acts as a…Read More
Travel Insurance is mandatory to have in order to do any adventure trips with Nepal Hiking Team. The Travel Insurance must cover both the medical and emergency evacuation cost. The insurance should be worth a minimum of USD 100,000.00. While travelling, it is always best to be prepared for any risks or unforeseen circumstances that…Read More
Before making your booking please make sure that you have read the relevant tour itinerary on our website, you should also read our Terms & Conditions. It is important that you choose a tour that is suitable to your experience and abilities. Should you have any question, concern, please do not hesitate to contact us…Read More
Choice of season for your trekking journey plays a vital role in determining how memorable and awesome your trek might be. Some people ruin their journey due to the bad choice of season while some get a chance to endeavour the beauty of Himalayas, lush hills, valleys, rivers and other landscape at its fullest. Generally,…Read More
Owning to its demanding geographical location and climatic variation, the domestic flights in Nepal are mostly prone to flight delays and cancellation. As the Tribhuwan International Airport in Nepal doesn’t have the technology of Instrumental Landing System, the adverse weather conditions like heavy rain, thick fog, strong winds, etc. may lead to flight delays and…Read More
Nepal at Glance, sharpen your I.Q! Know about the basics of Nepal! Area of Nepal Nepal covers an area of 147,181 sq.km around the globe amongst which 143,151 sq.km is land and 4000 sq. km is water. Capital city The renowned – Kathmandu city. Population of Nepal As per census survey of UN conducted in…Read More
Already booked a trekking package to the mountains of Nepal and still wondering about the essential equipment for your trekking journey? We are pleased to offer our checklist for your references. You can make necessary amendments to our checklist as per your need and convenience. In case, you couldn’t get any of the following listed…Read More
If you are wondering about how to obtain Nepal visa, then the easiest way to obtain it is at the Tribhuwan International Airport upon your arrival in Nepal or else at the immigration entry point if you are entering through the border of India or Tibet. Note: There are few countries namely Nigeria, Ghana, Afghanistan,…Read More