Trekkers are dependent upon many teahouses and locally available inns along the trails. Trekking in this way minimizes the costs and is less affected by diverse weather conditions. It also offers some comfort on some of the harshest terrain on earth. All of our treks are accompanied by local guides who lead trekker/s in the regions where there is access to local inns. A porter is also arranged if & when necessary to carry equipment relevant to the trip.
Trekkers are fully dependant on locally hired staff which makes up a pretty large outfit since not only the trekkers’ personal gear needs to be carried but also the group equipment and food. Trekkers crash out in tents for the night and their staff will prepare meals as per the menu provided in advance after consulting the group. Trekkers have a choice to choose whatever cuisines suit their palates; it can be western, continental, Tibetan or the local Nepali cuisine.
A fully organized trek has an experienced guide, Sherpa, a cook, kitchen helper and porters (three x one for every single trekker).Camping treks, however expensive they may be, has its own unique rewards offering a truly enjoyable experiences for visits to more remote regions where no teahouses or local infrastructures are available. Entry into some of Nepal’s most remote but extremely beautiful regions can only be done by fully organized camping treks; there are no other options.