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Camping Trek

Trekkers who want to do camping trek, Nepal is the best choice for them. In Nepal, there are lots of mountains and peaks, so its called the country of the mountain. Lots of trekking route are existence in the lap of the mountain area of Nepal. Some of them are most popular due to easy access and promotion but lots of trekking trail are in the shadow for capture tourist.

Trekking route where the flow of tourist is very less, there are no more hotel or teahouses. But the trails are naturally beautiful. We can see the local villagers and their lifestyle as well. In some trekking route of Nepal, no teahouse no lodge. So we need to do the tented base trek to fulfill our journey. Camping trek includes a professional guide, cook, Sherpa, and the big group of experienced porters to give you service. Our company manages all trek gears, food, fuel and the staffs for the trek. Trekkers need to carry only their small bag where Personal belongings like the water bottle, themselves should carry rain gear, camera, etc.. At night, we will provide dining tents, sleeping tents, sleeping bags and toilet tents with high quality.
Normally we start trek around 7 am after having breakfast. You will get a bowl of warm water for washing and cleaning if need.

Trekkers can decide the time for taking photographs and make a short break. After having breakfast in the morning, normally after three hours, we will have lunch time. In the afternoon, after walking about 3 to 4 hours, you will reach the camp around 4 pm of 5 pm. Dinner time will be around 6/7 pm.

Camping trekking in Nepal review

Name :EvanT33 From: San Diego, Californi Reviewed Date :December 22, 2016 5 Excellent 210 Reviews

This was my first time in Nepal and taking a hike of this length. Our trek lasted 7 days went along the Annapurna panorama and Ghorepani Poonhill.
The views were indescribable! At times it felt like you were looking at a poster or Macbook screensaver. Although parts were challenging, overall the experience was incredibly rewarding. Also a great workout!
Everything was planned out so we could enjoy the journey. It gives you peace of mind knowing you have a professional guide, good food, and proper accommodations.
Special thanks to Ammar and our guide Ram – He is incredibly helpful, knowledgeable and kind. He went above and beyond any expectations.

Annapurna base camp trek cost

Annapurna base camp trek cost is around USD 620 per guest. The price includes Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) permit 24$ and TIMS 12$ per person. Guide and porter salary also included in the above price for the Annapurna base camp trek.

This price is resonable.
Accommodation will be provided in a tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara. But accommodation during the trek will be at best available tea houses or lodges. Normally, on the trail, the lodge has a single bed or twin sharing bed.

If the tourist is less at the hotel, they will give one blanket per person, otherwise cannot provide because of the limit blanket. So better to have, your own Sleeping bag. For the shower, every trek spot lodge has either solar shower or Gas shower. Most of the Places, hot water may come in a bucket instead of running hot water. We will give you breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided while on the trek. You can look this

Whats Include

For the personal trekking equipments, you can buy everywhere in Kathmandu. If you want to help us to buy, we can also recommend you. You should buy a water purification tablet for drinking water. Even we can buy safe drinking water on the trekking trail it’s better to have.For more information about this trek,you can visit.

Annapurna Base Camp Trek 10 days

Annapurna base camp review

Name :Parisa Z From: Iran Reviewed Date : May 3, 2018 5 Excellent 210 Reviews

We had a great time with the trek team, who both looked after us well. Our guide Ram was very good at adjusting our schedule on the trek, to make the best use of the sometimes bad weather, and taking account of our abilities.
The tea houses were better than we expected and were generally well organized too.

The hotels organized in Thamel, Pokhara, and Bhaktapur were all perfect for us. The trek up through the forest to the final mountain ridge was very enjoyable, and we did get some fine views of the rain, hail, and snow. and snow.