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Nepal Easy Trekking Packages

Trekking is the gift of Nepal to the world in adventure tourism. To be one with Nature, to regenerate one's own self-esteem, to rediscover oneself, to appreciate Nepal's beauty, to interact with its hospitable and friendly peoples are some of the highlights of trekking in Nepal. Trekking is one long-term activity that draws repeat visitors to the country. Therefore, Nepal is the ultimate destination for the trekking enthusiast. It offers a myriad of possibilities - from the 'short and easy' walking excursions to the 'demanding and strenuous' challenges of the snowy peaks and their foothills and valleys. But however easy, or moderate, or strenuous, there is something for every palate that goes with trekking in Nepal's hills, mountains and hinterlands. The most rewarding way to experience Nepal's indomitable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through the length, breadth and the altitudes of Nepal. Trekking in Nepal is as much a unique cultural experience as well as an ultimate Himalayan adventure.

 

The best months for clear weather, cultural diversity, mountain scenery and plant life are February - April and September- December. As we ascend above 2500 meters (8,000 feet) our bodies must acclimatise to the decreasing amount of oxygen available. Failure to acclimatise can result in Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). Rest easy in the knowledge our guide can deal with AMS in any situation, in any weather and at any time.

 

There are lots of trails. Many of them are old trade or pilgrimage routes, leading through terraced hillsides, forested ridges, or by river banks and paddy fields and connecting picturesque hamlets and mountain villages. The best way to see Nepal and connect with her land people is still via the oldest way of walking on your two feet like our hunter-gatherer ancestors did.

 

A trek can be short, half a day hike to a mountain’s top or a ridge to get a spectacular view. It can be a 3 or 4 days excursion further north for a closer look at the Himalayan giants or it can be a few weeks walk up and down mountain valleys in the shadow of the mighty peaks. Go for it, Go for a trek, Go for half a day, go for a couple of months, but GO!

 

It’s styles are:

 

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Fully supported wilderness organised treks
Fully supported wilderness organised trekking is the ultimate luxury. Tent camp is made on the outskirts of villages and everything from night- time buffets to open air lunches to morning breakfast are served on a comparatively grand scale.

 

 

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Tea-house organised treks
The most common form of trek is tea - house classic treks, so called because the teashops allowing the paths double up as lodges at night. Tea - house trekking is only possible on what are known as the classic treks.

 

 

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Pony treks
This trek provides a fascinating way to experience the Nepal’s mountains. For those who can’t take the strain of daily hiking and those who want respite on long treks, there are ponies to ease that burden. Sit astride a pony and feel what it is like to traverse some of the oldest trade routes, along which men carried material to be bartered. We alternatively plan either a full length pony trek or short trek.

For Trekkers with no previous trekking experience and seeking a short and relatively easy trekking at warmer and lower elevation, we offer a diverse range of easy trek in a  Warmer, lower elevations, there are a few options available, although these former treks have been modified by new roads, making them more suitable as day hike areas.
Normally, in this trek you’ll be walking not more then 3-4 hour a day. Although this trek does not take you to high altitude, it provides a very nice opportunity to see the beautiful mountain of Nepal. It provides a good introduction to Nepalese rural life. This is ideal for people who can not afford a long duration trek or do not wish to undertake a strenuous