Types of Trekking

Types of Trekking

Lodge trekking:Panoromic View
Tea House Treks The most popular way of experiencing classic treks of Nepal is by using local inns for accommodation. Decent hotel accommodation for trekkers is most readily available in the Annapurna, Langtang and Everest Region. In these areas you can operate with a bare minimum of equipment and rely on lodges for food and shelter. Though bedding is available in the  lodges as a cotton-filled quilt that may not sufficiently incubate you. So it is always better to carry your own sleeping bags.

Camping treks
The classic style of trekking in Nepal is to camp in tents and employ Porters to carry your gears and Sherpas to set up camp, cook and serve meals. You carry a backpack with only a water bottle, camera and Jacket. In the camping treks there are numerous hidden expenses that drive up the price depending on the destination, mode of transportation and size of the group. Because of the food is carried by the porters, a variety of meals is possible. On camping trek you sleep in a tent so our itinerary should not rely on village settlements. Rather we can comfortably trek to remote regions and to high altitudes

Trekking Permit:
A valid permit is required for certain areas, which we will obtain upon your arrival. We will require two working days and two passports size photographs. Permits are not required for the Annapurna, Everest and Langtang treks. However, conservation fees are required for these national parks. Trek in remote area are camping treks that must be arranged by a trekking company the company will arrange the permit.

Area Fees
Everest $40
Annapurna $30
Langtang $ 40
Kanchanjunga & Lower Dolpa $ 10 per week for first four weeks , then $20 per week after that
Upper Mustang US $500 per person for 10 days
Upper Dolpa $ 700 for ten days then $ 70 per day.
Manasalu $ 75 per week low season $ 90 for high season
Humla $ 90 for seven days then $ 15 per day

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