Trekking is simply walking; it is not mountaineering or climbing. You walk mostly on reasonable trails and will only occasionally encounter snow, trekking is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. Rather than jumping into the wilderness to get away from it all, you walk into countryside free from roads. Villages caught in a time warp abound, their terraced fields stacked up huge hillsides. The practical aspects of trekking are surprisingly easy. In the villages and along the way are lodges and teahouses where meals are ordered from menus in English. But there are challenges; for the unwarned the first is the physical effort required.
Not only are guides important for protection, but often our clients have often remarked that the friendships formed with guides along the trails have been among the most meaningful experiences they’ve had throughout their journey. There are few restricted trekking areas in Nepal, where trekking permits are required. The clothing you bring will need to allow for both the warmth of the days and the chill of the nights. All kinds of equipments required for your trekking or tours can be managed for you such as Ropes, Axes, sleeping bags etc on the payment of nominal cost.