FAQsfrequently asked questions
- Is trekking for me?
A. Nepal Trekking is not just difficulty, we have many trekking regions which is can do youngest to older, just visit the regional page and match with your suit time frame and altitude.
Normally the shorter treks are easier while the longer ones typically need a more fitness. All treks and climbing peaks are a list, you’ll be able to select the pace and direction of your expertise.
- how many hours walk every day?
A.five to six hours for every day ( 12-15 km). Within the morning start walk from 8 am after breakfast and next destination will be afternoon time three 3 or four pm.
- where to stay on trek?
A. Annapurna Everest and Langtang and Manaslu, there are established Mountain lodges accommodation and meals. But Highlander area had to share dormitories accommodations
- What concerning the tents and sleeping bags if camping?
A. Nepal Wilderness Trekking agency proved you require camping equipment for the camping trekking,
- what’s the path be like in the Nepal trek?
A. Most of the paths that we have to follow nature trails in the off the beaten area of mountains, wherever the trek starting time is followed typical villages, rivers crossing bridges, because the path can typically reverse sides. The bridges are made with cables, wire, and plank and area enough for heavily laden pack animals.
- what’s altitude sickness?
A. high altitude sickness called acute altitude sickness (A.M.S.) normally might occur once people ascend too quickly usually in altitudes of over 3000 m. someone feel it difficult breath and headed, but drink enough waters and acclimatize will help very much
- What happens if there’s an emergency?
A. All of our guides’ area well trained about altitude sickness, so every day you guide will advise you more about altitude sickness, if there is an alternative emergency then we chat by cell phone immediate rescue if you’re insurance cover the evacuations
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