Nepal Mountains Treking
A small Nepalese trekking enterprise that provides personal service
During your trip, you will enjoy both traditional Nepalese cuisine along with all types of international cuisine. Breakfast will be served from the tea house or lodge menu where we spend the night. Similar arrangement will also be made for dinner. Lunch will be taken on the way to the next destination. A farewell dinner and breakfasts will be served during your stay in Kathmandu.
During the trip, you will spend several nights in a 3-4 star hotel in Kathmandu and during our trek we will spend all other nights at standard tea houses. All accommodations, such as for the Everest Base Camp trek, are in local lodges on twin sharing basis. If you prefer a single room, we will make every attempt at satisfying your wishes upon payment of an appropriate supplemental fee. Please note that most lodges on the trekking trail were designed for double occupancy, and there may be several places that do not allow single accommodations in the Everest Region.
A typical trek consisting of 8 trekkers will have one leader, one assistant leader, and 4 Porters. Having an assistant leader allows the trekking group to continue in the event that some member becomes sick and must return to Lukla or Kathmandu. Both the leader and assistant leader have mountain guide first aid training. Having one Porter for every two trekkers allows the trekkers to enjoy their mountain experience without being burdened by heavy packs. Each trekker should have a small 35-55L daypack for water, photography equipment, gloves, personal valuables, and an extra layer of clothing - your additional clothing and personal belongings should be in a duffle bag, and will be carried by the Porter. Your duffle bag should not weigh more than 15Kg, meaning the Porter will be carrying a total of 30Kg, or almost 70 pounds.