FAQsfrequently asked questions
Q: How fit do you need to be to trek in Nepal?
A: In fact, there are many trekking regions which can be completed by any age group, just visit the regional page and choose the one that fits your time frame and altitude. there are usually shorter treks that are easier to do, while the longer ones usually require a greater level of fitness. A list of all treks and mountain peaks that you can climb will be provided to you so that you can select the pace and direction that will suit you best. Most trekking involves walking 5-8 hours a day with a light backpack. Whether you choose an Easy trekking package, a Moderate trekking package, or a Difficult trekking package, you will not require any technical skill whatsoever.
Q: Where to stay on the trek?
A. At Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, and Manaslu, there are established Mountain Lodges that provide accommodation and meals for visitors. however, had to share dormitories in some remote areas.
Q: When camping, what about tents and sleeping bags?
A. The Nepal Wilderness Trekking agency proved that you need specific equipment for trekking in the mountains such as sleeping bags, two-man tents, etc.
Q: what’s the path like on the Nepal trek?
A. Most of the paths that we have to follow during the trek are nature trails that are off-the-beaten-track in the wilderness of the mountains, wherever the trek starts, it follows typical villages, rivers crossing bridges, and sometimes the path reverses sides, so we have to be aware of those things. Cables, wires, and planks are used to make the bridges, and they are strong enough to support animals that are heavily laden.
Q: How does altitude sickness occur?
A. It is normally common for high altitude sickness, also known as acute altitude sickness (A.M.S. ), to occur when people ascend too quickly, usually above 3000 meters in height where people may have difficulty breathing and feeling dizzy, but drinking enough water and acclimatizing will help very much to counteract the problems.
Q: What happens in an emergency?
A. Our guides are well-trained in altitude sickness, so each day your guide will tell you more about the condition. If an alternative emergency arises, your guide will contact you by cell phone and arrange an immediate rescue, if your insurance covers it.
Q: How easy is Everest Base Camp?
A: The Everest Base Camp is considered to be a moderately difficult trek. In many cases, it takes two weeks for the trek to be completed. However, even though the EBC Trek requires no prior trekking experience, it is highly recommended that the trekker has a determination to succeed as well as physical fitness.
- Please respect native traditions, customs, values, and sentiments to assist shield native culture and maintaining native pride.
- Respect privacy once taking pictures
- Respect holy places
- Refrain from giving cash to youngsters because it encourages begging
- Respect for the native rule earns you respect
- Let the Himalayas change you – Do not change them
- Protect the natural surroundings
- Leave the camping site cleaner than you found it
- Limit deforestation – create no open fires
- Burn dry paper and packets in an exceedingly safe place
- Keep native water clean and avoid exploitation of pollutants
- Plants ought to be left to flourish in their natural surroundings