In Nepal we are providing you several kinds of trekking tours
The popular one is the tea house trek means ( Inn to INN walking), we eat and sleep in those simple lodges in the mountains build by locals. This s quite comfortable one.
The other one is the camping trek means a tented trek we organize with whole trekking crew ( cooks, porter, tents, pots) which also called organized trek. That used to be the popular way of doing trek in Nepal in 80’s which we still do in some remote area trek where tea houses are not yet build.
In some area we have basic home stay treks means stay in local people’s house in the mountains of Nepal in a very basic condition which is no so comfortable.
Tea house style trek – means lodge – INN Trek in Nepal
Tea house Trekking In Nepal on the more popular treks (Annapurna, Everest, Langtang and Helambu areas of Nepal) enterprising villagers have built tea-house lodges. In recent years particularly, the standards of food and accommodation in Nepal have improved enormously. Many would vie in character and comfort with the equivalent European alpine huts. Most now provide twin-bedded rooms. We offer a selection of tea house treks run to a high level of service, using the good lodges available. On trek you are guided by an English-speaking Sherpa guide, assisted by Sherpa staff. All main baggage is carried by porters, yaks or horses / mules.
The development from the the – Chai Bhatti – to Tea house
Established to provide lodging for local Nepalis on journeys to move goods and produce across the mountain passes, the “chai bhatti” (or tea house) has become one of the most popular ways to explore the mountains in Nepal. In “tea house trek” – you’ll enjoy the rustic facilities and, through interaction with local people, gain a real insight into daily life in the Himalayas, even some of them have wifi, hot shower and attached bathrooms.
On all our tea-house treks package all meals are included in trek. We further cover the costs of four hot showers on trek. National Park fees are covered and in the cities, good quality hotels ( 3 star) are provided. All airport / hotel transfers are included, internal flights are part of the package and transport to and from roadheads. By using the lodges you will have the closest possible contact with the Nepalese people.
Trek Nepal’s famous trails with friendly Sherpa guides and stay in comfortable family run lodges “tea houses”. Enjoy ethnic Himalayan cultures and great mountain views. We have guided lodge treks to Everest base camp, Annapurna Circuit, Annapurna base camp, Manaslu and Langtang area, enjoy the walking Holidays in Himalaya with us.
The basic home stay treks are also available with us in Ganesh Himal Region, Kanchanjungha, Rara lake, Ruby valley and Makalu area.
Camping trek in Nepal which is called the tented trek
Camping trek in Nepal : if you choose to trek in remote part of Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan or India we provide fully supported camping trek. We provide twin share dome or A frame sleeping tents, a mess tent, toilet tent and kitchen tent. If you want a tent to yourself you can pay a small single tent supplement. We provide tables, chairs / stools, a lantern / candles, thin sleeping mattresses. These treks are staffed by a full local crew including a headman, cook and assistants. Your main baggage is carried by either porters, horses, Jhobs or mules. It is the camp crews’ job to perform all the camp work, including leaving the sites clean. Food on trek is a mixture of Western and local dishes and there is plenty of it, and plenty of choice. Food are so good that even somtimes our trekker’s warned us to take our cook to their home!
Nepal home stay treks – simple ones
In recent days we have developed some home stay treks in Nepal called village tourism for sustainable tourism, to generate the income for local people in rural area. Chitwan Chepang Hill trails, Langtang Tamang Heritage trails, Ghale Geoun – Ghana Pokhara, Ruby valley trek, Rara trek are few to name. In this Himalayan treks you may stay few nights with a local family or in an alternative ‘home’ such as monastery with guest accommodation, or a large family house which has been extended to provide rooms for paying visitors. Accommodation and facilities in these home stays tend to be very simple. Please contact to us if you are considering a trip which includes home stays and would like more detail.