1. What are the differences between hiking, trekking, climbing, mountaineering?

Generally, all these activities are sound similar. However, in Nepal, the practices have been set to say hiking is one hour to two days walking to hills. Whereas, trekking is known as three days to weeks-long walking, hiking in the Himalayas. The mountaineering and Climbing are known to climb Specific Mountain with special gears. The mountain, except rock climbing, will be more than 5000 m high, and there are no such tea houses, lodge above base camp.  

2. How many days trips should trekking consider?

It depends on the trekkers’ interests and available time. As a professional organization for Trekking, we are happy to escort our clients for an hour to the week-long trip.

3.How many hours a day generally trekkers have to walk and how fast?

In low altitude, lower than 3000 m, 5 to 6 hours a day you have to walk on average. Sometimes, the time may go longer as per our designated stop-point distance. Regarding the speed, 2 to 3 kilometer per hour speed can be expected. No worry, there will be shortstops point for a break at viewpoints or something interesting that you may like to know.

4. Is there any age limit to go trekking with you?

We allow joining a trekker at least 17 years of age. If they are 13 to 16, then someone else should escort you. They could be your family member, 17+, or one whom your parents allow accompanying. Regarding, upper age, you have to be fit to walk at a similar speed with your fellow trekkers.   

5. How much should I be fit to Trek in Nepal?

We organize Treks, which grades easy to strenuous level. If you feel you can walk 2 to 3 Km per hour in up and downhill trail, then you are fit.

6. Can I join a group to trek in Nepal?


7. How many people will be there is a group?

There will be a minimum of 4 to a maximum of 16 pax in a group.

8. What is the best season to go Trekking in Nepal?

Mach to June (spring) and September to November (autumn) are considered the best season for Trekking in Nepal. However, we organize trekking in other seasons as per your available holiday time.

9. Can I accompany my children and spouse to Trek in Nepal?

Yes, we also have Family Trekking Package, which may suits.

10. Is it possible to hire a guide or porter, or both with you?

Yes, but we have to receive information in advance.

11. What kind of food and accommodation do you provide to trekkers?

We arrange lodges in twin sharing and sharing bathroom basis. The mountain lodges have clean mattresses, bed sheet, pillow, and quilt. They change bed covers once it used.

Regarding food, we provide Nepalese exotic foods or continental as per your desire.

12. Does my trekking guide speak my native language fluently?

Our guides speak fluently speaks English. If you require any other speaking guide than English, then you have to inform us.

13. How much weight your assistant crew can carry?

Maximum 25 Kilogram. We encourage trekker not to carry unnecessary kinds of stuff to trekking.

14. Will your staff members who are assisting me to be well-geared and insured?

Yes, every single staff will be well-geared and insured.

15. Do I have to buy required trekking gears in Nepal or should I bring from home?

It opts for your baggage space. You can buy in Kathmandu at a fair price, maybe two, three times cheaper than your hometown, but the quality won’t be satisfactory.

16. How can I communicate with my friends and family back home while I am in trekking?

Most of the major trekking routes have a mobile phone reception where you can use the internet. Upon arrival, you can buy a Nepalese Sim Card at $1 and by additional data. In some routes, if there is no Cellular Phone reception you can borrow Satellite phone with our trek leader.  

17. What are the high risks that appeared in the mountains with trekkers, and what will be your security measures?

There are some common sicknesses such as flu, fever, indigestion, cough, etc. appear with some trekkers. To prevent these common sicknesses, you need to speak with our tour leader, who will provide you some medication.

Altitude Sickness is a significant risk in the mountain. However, trekkers will be able to resist this if you follow some rules and regulations. You need enough acclimatization in relatively lower altitude, consume liquid as much as you can except alcoholic items. Please, follow our trek leader advice.

18. Is it mandatory to obtain travel and medical insurance to go trekking in Nepal?


19. If I decide to give up the trek, will I get a refund?

Once we start trekking, there is no refund system has been entailed. Please, check our cancellation policy.

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