Exploring the countryside of Nepal is like taking a step back in time. The vast majority of this region remains untouched by roads, with endless edges and valleys that have been crossed for centuries by traders, pilgrims, and mountaineers. Trekking in Nepal is far from a typical hike through a national park – along the way you’ll come across locals carrying surprisingly heavy loads, and meet with Gurungs, Sherpas, Rai, and Thakali people.
You’ll also pass by several monasteries, sacred lakes, and temples, many of which host impressive religious festivals. Everywhere you go, you’ll be met with the kindness, outgoing nature, and good humor that defines the Nepalese people. Trekkers often remark that they come to Nepal for the mountains, but stay for the locals and the natural beauty.
At Camp Trekking, we understand the importance of a good night’s sleep after a full day of walking. That’s why we provide private medium-sized tents, perfect for two people, to ensure a comfortable rest. Our tents are carefully selected to fit the size of each individual and provide plenty of space to relax. Not only that, but we also secure the best guest houses for our guests, ensuring the staff is well-trained in cleanliness and safety. So rest easy knowing Camp Trekking has got your back.
Tired of the same old boring meal plan? Look no further – our Camp trekking provides delicious and hygienic food that is sure to tantalize your taste buds! Our camping chef prepares a variety of meals for you before you reach your lunch destination, and you can expect to be served traditional Nepalese food such as Dal Bhat (rice, lentil soups, and vegetables), local vegetables, noodles, pasta, soups, and more. We also make sure to provide fresh and hygienic meats on occasion. Not only that, but we also choose the best restaurants for you and guarantee that our kitchen staff is up to date on cleanliness and personal hygiene. So, come join us and enjoy the best food that you can find!
If you are going trekking, it is important to stay hydrated. We suggest drinking boiled and filtered water for optimal safety and convenience. Your guide or camping crew can provide boiled water, or you can purchase mineral water which is available in most places up the trail. Bottled water prices may be slightly higher, however, it is a better option for more remote areas. You can also bring water purification tablets to purify normal water at camping sites.
When you go camping, you’ll find the toilets tent situated right near the campsite. To make your trekking experience more comfortable, it’s wise to bring your own toilet paper. If you’re looking for a hot shower, you can ask your guide or the camping staff to arrange one for you. During your stay in a guest house or tea house, you’ll find toilets easily accessible and a hot shower, though it may come at an extra cost. Boiling water may take longer if it’s too frozen during camping.
We provide a knowledgeable trekking guide who will oversee your entire trekking experience. They are well-trained and experienced in all emergency procedures. If you have any issues, questions, or concerns, the guide will be your go-to person.
Climate and weather could be significant challenges during Trekking, and it varies as per the season in Nepal. Autumn (Mid-Sept – End Nov)- Autumn is the most popular season to trek in Nepal. During this time, the weather gets much clear with mild to warm days and cold nights. However, at a high altitude, the night drops into freezing temperatures. Moreover, the spring (March-May) season is also the best time to visit Nepal, especially in mountainous regions.
The HimalayanWindows Team is dedicated to providing exceptional service to each and every individual trekker, creating an unforgettable experience in the Himalayas. We take our responsibilities seriously to ensure that your journey is safe and enjoyable. For this reason, we only hire guides and porters who have a comprehensive insurance policy in place. Additionally, we recommend that all of our guests purchase travel insurance prior to their trek in Nepal, as HW does not provide insurance for its clients.
All foreigners, Except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. The Nepal visa can be obtained from the Nepalese Embassy or consulate near your hometown or country. It can also be obtained On Arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport. Still, we suggest you first check with your nearby consulate whether you are eligible for getting an arrival visa or not. Please check out our Nepal visa information for more details.