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A typical day in trekking

Our Lodge - to - lodge Treks are led by one of our experienced cheerful local guides supported by porters to carry luggage and equipment who are very dedicated and proud to their job. All our guides have undergone the trekking guide training conducted by the Department of Tourism of Nepal and are registered and licensed by the government. Additionally all our guides go through a rigorous training to make them better qualified to take care of our guest in every way possible.

A trek-day starts around 7 a.m. with a cup of tea or coffee. After packing your duffel and day-pack a breakfast of porridge / muesli / cornflakes and biscuits with tea / coffee is served. The day's trek starts around 8 a.m. Porter carry all luggage and equipment. All you need to carry in your day-pack are water bottle, rain / wind jacket, camera and other small items you may need on the trail. All trekkers walk at their own pace accompanied by the trek guide. With larger groups there is a "lead" and "sweep" sherpa providing support throughout.Bed Room in Tea House of Trekking Trails in Nepal

The morning's walk to the lunch spot takes about three hours. Around mid-day we usually stop for a simple hot lunch at one of the way side tea-houses ( you can rest , read some books or write your diary). After hiking for three to four hours in the afternoon we usually reached to our lodge between 3-4 p.m. In the late afternoon and evening you can relax, wash, read or take a walk nearby. The evening meal is served between 6 and 7 p.m. in the dining room attached to the lodge. After dinner the guide will brief trekkers on the next day's hike.

Each day's hike is planned so that trekkers have time to see, photograph and explore the countryside. Anyone who is healthy, fit, enjoys the outdoors and hiking will qualify to participate in our treks. Not all trekking are are difficult.