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Jwalant Gurung
Tips on treks
How does tipping on treks in Nepal work? Tipping after a trek in Nepal has become customary and is expected. That said, if you are not satisfied with the service, we do NOT expect you to tip. The amount you tip depends on several factors such as group size, trip duration and your satisfaction. We...
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Rescue helicopter on Teri La
Travel insurance for treks in Nepal: Almost all trekking companies in Nepal and your home country will REQUIRE proof of travel insurance for a trek in Nepal, and they should. While trekking is generally a safe activity, as with all outdoor activities, there is some risk. Most importantly, your insurance should include coverage for emergency...
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High Altitude Sickness: Altitude sickness occurs if you ascend too quickly without allowing your body to adjust properly to the rarefied air. Understanding high-altitude sickness is very important if your trek involves hiking over 9,100 feet/2,800 meters. While the percentage of oxygen remains constant atmospheric pressure decreases as one goes higher; hence as one ascends...
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Preparing the camp best camping trek
The best camping treks in Nepal: Below we list and discuss some of the best camping treks in Nepal. Camping treks are a great way for trekkers to travel to the most remote regions of Nepal. There is minimal contact with other trekkers and even locals of the area. When Nepal first opened for trekking...
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Thamel street with outdoor stores 2 - buy or rent gear in Nepal
Buying or renting trekking equipment in Kathmandu: A common question first time trekkers often ask is “Should I rent or buy my equipment for my trek, and where should I buy, Nepal or at home?” Generally, I’d suggest bringing your trekking gear from your home country so that you have gear that you’ve already used...
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Group on the trail, Tsum valley trek
What gear do I need for a trek in Nepal?: Your gear list will depend on where/when you trek, how high you go, if you are doing a camping trek or a lodge-trek, and the duration of your trek. Below is a list that would apply for a two-to-three-week camping/lodge trek up to 5,500 meters/18,100...
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Anna at Khopra ridge
What are the best short treks in Nepal? We do appreciate the fact that very few people have the luxury to travel for multiple weeks. While we highly recommend at least two weeks for travel to Nepal, there are some treks that will allow you to experience our Himalayas on a shorter holiday. Listed below...
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Is vegetarian food available on a trek in Nepal? Is vegetarian food available on a trek in Nepal?! The answer is a resounding yes – it is very easy to trek and travel in Nepal as a vegetarian. Daal-Bhat, our national food, is the best source of calories that are essential for the daily grind...
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On the trail, Manaslu Circuit Trek
Training for a trek in Nepal THE MORE PHYSICALLY FIT YOU ARE, THE MORE YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR TREK. We recommend that you begin training for a trek in Nepal now and continue a physical conditioning program to be in outstanding shape for the trek. Ideally, begin a training regimen 8-12 weeks prior to your...
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Meg Peterson, 90, on Khopra ridge.
It always gives us a sense of fulfillment when clients write back to us with encouraging messages. Here’s one from Meg Peterson – 92. She was 90 when she completed her Khopra ridge trek. She will be back again next year for another trek. What makes a trekking company special? Is it the slick brochures,...
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