Trekking in Nepal is one of the most rewarding experiences possible.What could be better then hiking in the fresh air in what is generally a pristine environment with so much flora and fauna around you.The sheer beauty of Nepal is reason alone for venturing into the foothills of the greatest mountain range on earth, but when you add to this the culture and the nature you encounter along the way, it is hard to think of any better way of spending your time.
Nepal is gifted not only with the mighty Himalayas but also with its extremely friendly mountain people who are only too willing to share their experiences with you.There is a richness in their way of life that has somehow disappeared from most of the developed world, whilst their lives can be hard and shaped by the harsh mountain conditions at times, they nevertheless have that special something to pass on to oversees visitors. Something that often remains with them for many years to come.
Trekking in Nepal has its own natural rhythm,most people are up early with a cup of tea or coffee to catch sunrise over the mountains, then after breakfast and after packing their personal possessions it is time to set off.The day divides into two, three hours or so in the morning before taking a longish lunch, followed by a further three or so hours in the afternoon.On the more well worn trails, there are places to take tea breaks as you go and in more remote areas where it is necessary to camp, a morning and afternoon tea stop is almost always pre arranged.If you are on an organised trek, all your gear is carried for you by the staff, you are only expected to carry your day pack and personal items you need on the way.On reaching your lodge or camp site it is time to reflect on the day, perhaps check the photos or fill in your diary before an evening meal and very often an early bedtime
Boundless Himalayas Trekking & Expedition offer two types trek either Tea House/Lodge treks on the more popular trails, where you stay at lodges along the way, to full camping treks where about everything is provided. This includes a dining tent, almost all the food needed for the trek, (depending on trekking area,) tents, mattresses, chairs, tables and toilet tent etc.Whatever type of trekking you do you are provided with three meals a day.