Trekking Information

Nepal is a small and beautiful country which has very popular trekking sectors, so in the world, Nepal ranks admirable in the trekking industry.

Trekking is known as an outdoor natural walking as to physical fitness. Walking with a backpack for a more than a day on up and down the trail to the wilderness, country to country. Normally every day 5-6 hour walking with a guide, Sherpa and porter, meandering on through exotic villages, past winding rivers, amazing continues long waterfalls, green scene of tropical and sub-tropical densely and parsley forests.

In Nepal, there are two types of trekking based on tea house and camping. The tea house trekking provides food and room in restaurants, lodges, and guest houses, but other camping trekking are carrying all food items, tents, and all kitchen items beginning of the trek to end of the trek and food is prepared by the cook and assistant cook and overnight in tent. The trekking gives you the enjoyment of tradition, remote life, lake, glacier, and spectacular mountain views.

The lower trail below 3000m normal walk, but obviously above 3000m its ideal to step forwards in slow to avoid the altitude sickness and also to overcome on high passes. Usually, trekking in Nepal starts from 800m to about 6000m on high passes. Nepal has 4 seasons, winter, spring, summer and autumn among them autumn and spring are the high trekking season even though popular trekking routes in, such as Annapurna region, Everest region and Langtang region are possible to trek in season off because in these area accommodations are available all through the year. Autumn and spring offer clean and dry weather while beautiful views of landscapes, valleys and mountain views are outstanding. During the trek in the spring, rhododendron and magnolia flowers blossoming all over the forest so it makes trek memorable in life.

In Nepal, trekking started after an expedition in the region of Everest. In the history of trekking in Nepal, first time or pioneer had been British citizen Bill Tilman who established the company in 1949 since then the trekking has been continued flourishing by developing and researching new trekking trails on high remote areas of Nepal to explore new destinations.

The trekking is an adventurer and wilderness go always with belonging equipment such as hiking poles, sunscreen, hiking boots, sunglasses, sun hat, gloves, convenient light paints, fleece shirts, down jacket, camera, and binoculars. The trekking out activities in Nepal walking over lower trails to the highlands across snow land and glaciers. Every year, millions of people from all over the world fly to Nepal for trekking to quench their thirst of Mountain interest.

Head clothes

  • Sun hat
  • Neck cover
  • Warm hat that covers your ears (wool or synthetic)
  • Headlamp with extra batteries and bulbs
  • Sunglasses

Clothing lower Body

  • Hiking shorts
  • Lightweight cotton long pants
  • Polypropylene shirts
  • Waterproof shell pant

Clothes upper body

  • T-shirts
  • Fleece wind-stopper jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof breathable fabric shell jacket
  • Down vest/jacket

Feet clothes

  • Thick warm wool socks
  • Thin lightweight inner socks
  • Hiking boots
  • Light camp shoes or sandals
  • Gaiters

Hands clothes

  • Lightweight poly-liner gloves
  • Lightweight wool or fleece gloves


  • Sleeping bag rated -20 degree
  • Fleece sleeping bag liner
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
  • Large plastic to keep clothes dry
  • Daypack/backpack waterproof of 35 to 50kg
  • Large waterproof rucksack/ duffel bag
  • Trekking Poles
  • 2 water bottle contains more than 1 liter for cold and hot water
  • Toilet papers
  • Earplugs
  • Electronic charging devices


  • Basic first aid kit
  • Pills Anti-headache
  • Pills anti-diarrhea
  • Water purification tablets
  • Aspirin
  • Diamox
  • Cough and cold medicine
  • First-aid tape
  • Sunscreen

Free time (your choice)

  • Binocular, camera
  • Pen and notebook
  • Reading books
  • Indoor games