Nepal's climate varies with its topography and altitude, ranging from the tropical to the arctic. The low-land Terai region in the tropical southern part of the country, has a hot and humid climate that can rise above 45 Degree Celsius (113 Degree Fahrenheit) during summer.
In a nutshell that's what grades are 'general'. It is impossible to produce something definitive that will satisfy every group member. A grade gives an idea of what to expect while still leaving something to the imagination wherein of course lies the challenge of the venture.
Nepal is the ultimate destination for the Trekking enthusiast offering a myriad of possibilities form the short and long to the demanding challenges of the snow peaks. Easy, moderate or rigorous- there is something for every palate. Nepal has been called "A Trekking Paradise".
All trekkers require a trekking permit to visit Nepal’s interior regions, which are not connected by highways. Recently the Annapurna, Langtang and Everest regions have been declared “permit free" areas; but National Park or Conservation Area fees are still applicable.
There is given as below some recommended Equipment list for trekking in Nepal Himalayas. Our Porters will carry your big bag with about 20 kg to 25kg. and It's better to carry a your day pack yourself, where you can keep your necessary things for the day time.
There are few medical shops are few along the trekking routes. Therefore, one is strongly advied to carry first aid kit and be familiar with the possible problems before hand. On the Everest Bsse Camp route at Pheriche and on the Annapurna Circuit route at Manang,
A general advice to trekkers is to leave only footprints and take only photographs. However, the recent developments along trekking trails have been of concern to environmentalists and locals alike. The sprouting of teahouses along trekking trails demand wood for construction
With the distinction of Nepal as a trekking destination and its growing charm, a provision of the Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) has been implemented to ensure safety and security of the trekkers and to control illegal trekking operations.
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Many people are concerned about altitude sickness. This problem, often known as acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a particularly important medical consideration while trekking in Nepal and Tibet. AMS rarely occurs lower than 2800 meters (9520ft) and only minor symptoms
There are a few reliable medical posts in the hills, such as the Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) posts at Pheriche, Machhermo and Manang, and the Khunde Hospital which are all staffed by Western doctors. However, most accidents or illnesses will occur in the absence of reliable
Nepal is a safe country to trek provided the basic rules are observed. When with agency most contigencies are handled by agency staff. However, One could get lost or hurt and have no one to ask for help when trekking alone. Therefore, trekkers should either trek with agencies,