Nepal Trekking Tour
 
 

Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in NepalMission Eco Trek is an Eco friendly trekking and Tour Company based in Nepal offers treks in every region of Nepal. Normally, we use lodges and tea houses for our more classic and popular treks and using our own tents and gear for camping for the remote treks. Trekking in Nepal is one of the best ways to experience and acknowledge the beauty and culture of Nepal. Our lodge based treks can be done with minimum one people to maximum sixteen people group size accordingly as our valued client’s interest.
Our off the beaten path treks require a minimum of two people. But trekking groups can always be found once you are in Nepal or we can arrange a group with other interested clients. We assure you that all the trekking we offer, will make your time in Nepal special and a unique   worthy compare to others. No worry we are here in Nepal for designing your flexible trekking/tour itineraries which includes everything of your interest. Just drop a message, and then we start to sketch your adventure thrilling dreams to come out into reality.

Mission Eco Trek is environmentally very sensitive and culturally appreciating treks in the Himalayas managed and led by its well-trained team and highly experience professional staffs. Though there are several ways you could do trek in Nepal amongst which backpacking approach is what few trekkers still searching for, Mission Eco Trek outfits your trek in three different ways. Remember that however we gratify your trek not only it boosts hill economy and provide employment for the local of rural villages but also assures security guaranteed of the porters and contributes in social welfare.

Preparing Trekking

  • All Physically fit people can participate in our Trek Program.
  • One with cardiac and pulmonary history is required to take the advice of a physician before he/she decides to participate on a trekking program but they are definitely not recommended to trek in high altitude and strenuous treks.
  • It's recommended that you should have some knowledge about altitude sickness, its symptoms, prevention and remedies.
  • Your insurance policy should cover for helicopter evacuation expenses in the eventuality of serious illness or accident or the case you are stranded in any remote area due to inclement weather conditions.

You have to bring your personal trekking gear.

  • All Physically healthy and fit people can participate in our Trek Program.
  • One with cardiac and pulmonary history is required to take the advice of a physician before he/she decides to participate on a trekking program but they are definitely not recommended to trek in high altitude and strenuous treks.
  • It is recommended that you should have some knowledge about altitude sickness, its symptoms, prevention and remedies.
  • Your insurance policy should cover for helicopter evacuation expenses in the eventuality of serious illness or accident or the case you are stranded in any remote area due to bad weather conditions.
  • We have below some suggestion personal trekking gears need to bring with you.
  • 2 pairs of pants,
  • Trekking GearLong sleeve shirts,
  • Woolen sweater,
  • 2-3 shirts 2-3 pairs of underwear,
  • 2-3 pairs of socks,
  • Woolen socks,
  • Sun hat Woolen hat,
  • Windproof Jacket Rain Poncho,
  • Down Jacket,
  • Trekking boots,
  • Camping shoes Sun glass,
  • Backpack Flashlight,
  • Sun screen Lip balm.

What is Teahouse Trekking?

Teahouse trekking is a direct on foot/trekking, and very popular in the well-developed trekking areas like Everest, Annapurna and Langtang – Helambu Areas, where western food and Nepalese food are offered.  Lodging is also good and clean at guest houses, lodges and hotels.

What is Camping Trekking?

A camping trek is fully organized and supported by a team of guides, cooks, Sherpa and helpers to accompany you. Our helpers carry all the trekking gear, food, fuel and personal belongings. Our cooks prepare hot meals. Trekkers need only carry a small day bag pack as required for the day. At night, tents for dining, sleeping and toilet tents are set up. Also mattress and down-filled sleeping bags, tables and seating.

In a classic camping trek, we begin the day approximately 6 a.m. with a cup of hot tea or coffee. You are then afforded with a bowl of temperate water for bathing. Then you have breakfast prior to leaving camp. The trek starts around 08 AM.