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Here in Nepal, whether you’re hiking in the Himalayas or strolling through medieval cities, every minute is exhilarating and exhausting in equal measure. At the end of the day, you’ll need somewhere to rest your head and recharge your batteries. Luckily for you, the range of accommodation on offer is varied and affordable!

The main trekking trails in Nepal like Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang region is with trekking lodge which is also called local tea houses. All the tea house accommodation in Annapurna and Langtang region is simple single sharing, double, and even group sharing dom. When you reach base camp and nearby, there are limitations in teahouses and you may have to share the accommodation with other trekkers in the main trekking season. The trekking season in Nepal is from March to May and September to November. All the tea houses are providing hygienic foods. Accommodation in the Everest region is a choice to get deluxe as well.

Tea House/Lodge

Tea house means during treks stay on the lodge and have breakfast, meal and dinner into the restaurant or hotel or lodge. Tea house trek is cheaper in comparison to Camping as on tea house trek, we have to prepare fewer numbers of porter as well as porter or guide should not have to take own prepare food by us will the trekker’s will get to eat food which prepared by tea house’s staffs. Tea house accommodations are typical Nepali houses made of stone, wood, and TIN roof. Tea Houses are local lodges where you get to eat and sleep during your trek. Going on a tea house trek means that you will sleep in these types of accommodations. Tea house lodges are typically run by family members, facilities with solar power, hot shower bath outside the room. Telephone, western toilets, small bar and WIFI too. Teahouses will provide bedding and food. The quality of the teahouses depends but can be quite basic. The cost of staying at teahouses depends on the remoteness and altitude of the place together with the standard of the rooms and services it provides.`


Camping means trekkers will sleep in the tents. Cook, Kitchen Staff, Sherpa, and field helper/porter will be together with us. We will also bring food & kitchen stuff with us and will cook meals at camp as per our daily menu provided in advance. Breakfast including tea/coffee, meal, and dinner will be served inside in a separate dining tent. Camping trek is a little expensive than tea house and homestay trek because, in camping trek, we (trekking organizer) have to arrange all things required for the trek from Kathmandu or from that places where all the necessary items can be purchased. All things (all food items and Tent for sleep) will always be with field staff & porters during trek trips.

All your arrangement in camping trekking is settle by our experienced and professional trekking crew members. Strong and experienced porters carry all the goods of eating and camping with your personal equipment.

The 11 Best Camping Treks

For the adventure seekers who love the remote and wilderness experience, camping trekking is the best.


To engage with local people and delve into the heart of a country’s culture, staying at a family homestay is the best way to experience Nepali rural life. This gives you things that a night in a hotel can never provide. You get to see the real side of the place, experience local life, and connect with like-minded people. Staying in a homestay can also help provide a vital source of revenue in struggling economies. There are home Stays for short periods (one night or a weekend) and for longer periods. Homestay is the best alternative to hotel accommodation in the hospitality industry. In a homestay, you get the opportunity to experience the local life. You will be provided with local organic foodstuffs. You get a warm welcome and greetings in homestay. You will be treated as a family member. You can get a golden opportunity to experience the local culture, tradition, languages, and the local people’s lifestyle. You get full enjoyment in the homestay.

Trekking Grades in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal can be done by all levels of trekkers; if they think themselves fit and have a strong desire. In general, trekking in Nepal can be graded into five levels according to route features and elevation. Some trekking routes are combined with a higher level of elevation which requires some different standards of physical fitness and acclimatization or rests day. We advise you to choose a trek that is fit for your capabilities and present health condition. Morning and evening walks, jogging, stretching, meditation, and regular light exercise will help you for the trek.
Grade A: Easy

Trekking can be ideal for any age group and it is up to 3000 m of elevation and the duration will be about not more than 10 days. It is the easiest treks, tours, and walking in a day that does not exceed more than 5 hours, but it depends upon your walking speed. These types of trek also allow plenty of opportunities to view the Himalayas and encounter local culture.

Grade B: Moderate

Trekking duration is about two weeks long covering elevation from 3000m to 4500m. This level of trek requires sound physical fitness conditions and about 6-7 hours of daily hiking capabilities. This type of trek involves a mixture of some longer and shorter hikes and trails can be rough, steep, and have many ups and downs with some exposure.

Grade C: Strenuous

Trekking involves up to 5000m or a few meters up level of trails with side trips to higher elevations. Considered to be harder, therefore, preparation for fitness and good health conditions is essential. As it is above 5000m and demands good health conditions and physical fitness, we do not recommend it for those who suffer from asthma, high blood pressure, heart disease, or complicated medical conditions.

Grade D: Difficult

Trekking is very strenuous trekking as it requires mountaineering skills and knowledge. The elevations range from 5000m to 6000m and approximately 7 to 10 hours of walking a day for trekking in Nepal. It covers very remote areas, traveling over snow-covered passes at an altitude of up to 6000 meters. You may need to use axes and crampons to cross the pass when there is heavy snow.

Grade E: Challenging

The challenging trekking grade is limited to those with an excellent level of personal experience and fitness of an outstanding sense of humor and high tolerance levels. It is a challenging trek, which is mountaineering level and above the height of 6000m. This type of trek needs 16- 28 days more for going trekking on the higher altitudes. During the trek, you may have to cross the snow-covered passes in very remote areas. You need to learn some mountaineering skills before going on this trek.

Hiring Porter, Guide: Service just for Tea house/ Treks.


Is professional, trained, experienced and licensed in Nepal best suited for Himalayas. They speak good English, have sound knowledge of Nepalese cultures, religions and familiarized with life styles of people. They are friendly, helpful and honest in matter of services to our trekkers always. As whole, Guides set the required programmers for whole treks.


Is best suited for Mountaineering and Trekking in Himalayas with fit and strong enough physique. They are to carry your bags during trek. No doubt, some of them will speak little English as well for you. But they won’t be much reliable for you to explain about the things around and may not be well enough to handle if any of our trekker falls for Altitude Sickness like difficulties in Treks. However, all our porters in Nepal trip are well Equipped, Insured and paid.

Porter, Guide

Are the one responsible to arrange the accommodation, Lodge for the trekkers. They speak English. They lead the way in the reliable ways. But they don’t carry the bags much as the Porters do. However, they are the one who have the whole knowledge required for the treks. To stand for altitude sickness and to know the backgrounds of the trekking trails and destinations and others, these are the one who make the right decision for you and explore with you. Porter Guides carry out the responsible of Guides and Porters as a whole.

Hotel in Nepal

Nepal has many major cities that have their own distinct specialties. Along with the Capital City of Nepal; Kathmandu, there are other major cities like:
Pokhara: Mountainous Regions, Lakeside ( Nature Surrounded Destination), pagoda, Sarang Kot, are the major attraction of Tourists.
Patan: City, highly rich in cultural heritage with renowned Arts and Crafts and Patan durbar square is a major place of Patan.
Biratnagar: City situated in one of Nepal’s most ethnically diverse regions. Forests Of Tinjure, Milke And Jaljale · Haat Bazaar.
Birgunj: City founded by 11th Rana Prime Minister; Bir Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana in 1897. Gahawamai Temple – Famous Temple in Birgunj, Vijaya Dashami Festival Celebrated in Gahawamai Temple, Gopal Mandir – Sacred Temple in Birgunj.
Dharan: City enriched with cultural events held around a year. Buddha Subba Temple – Famous Shrine on Seuti river bank, Dharan Clock Tower – Significant Landmark in Dharan, Namaste Falls – Situated in Bhedetar Near Dharan.
Bharatpur: City renowned for the Poultry Industry. BHARATPUR PALACE AND MUSEUM, GANGA MANDIR, LAXMAN MANDIR.
Janakpur: Hinduism destination craved for the religions. Janaki Mandir, Ram Mandir, Janakpur, Ram Sita Vivah Mandap.
Butwal: City announced twice as the best city among other cities. Siddhababa Temple, Shree Jiteshowari Temple, Bhimsen Temple.

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