Nepal Trip Types
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Travel is the movement of people between relatively distant geographical locations, and can involve travel by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements.
The origin of the word “travel” is most likely lost to history. The term “travel” may originate from the Old French word travail, which means ‘work’. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the first known use of the word travel was in the 14th century.
Budget Trekking in Nepal
Budget Trekking in Nepal
Budget trekking in Nepal offers low cost trekking package with all necessary services compulsory for the trek. We have projected various budget trekking options in Nepal for low budget trekkers. For the economic trekking searchers, these budget trekking helps to plan their trip in the Himalayas. All our budget treks offers basic requirement for trekking without any additional cost in economic way.
Nepal budget trekking package gives freedom on choosing food for your own during the trek. We arrange all the necessary services such as guide, porter, accommodation, flights, and car and permits you. These budget trekking saves your budget and some of our trekking guide and porters will get the job which is beneficial for both parties.
Why Budget Trekking Tours?
Nepal Trekking in Himalayas Pvt Ltd offers both luxury and budget trekking packages which gives an alternative choices based on the price available for your holidays. The trekking routes and permits are the same but the service like hotel, food, guide/porters etc differs on budget. However the common requirements are available in budget trekking packages also.
Nepal budget trekking plans are available on the major popular trekking routes such as Budget Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Budget Everest Base Camp Trek, Budget Lantang Trekking, Budget Ghorepani Poon Hill trekking and more. The trip price is reduced by providing guide cum porters, without porters or porter only on these trekking tours. Meals on the trek is allow to choose on your own budget and price. We just arrange you the hotels, guide/porters, permits, transportation for the trek. It’s not compulsory to buy our entire package. You can buy the basic requires from us and other things you can arrange on your own. For backpackers, students, budget trekkers, these trekking on budget are best option to trek in the Himalayas.
Camping Trekking in Nepal
Camping Trekking in Nepal
Camping trekking in Nepal is the well-known style of organized trekking. Camping trekking in which all necessary logistic and accommodation service is arranged by the trekking team themselves. Camping treks needs all camping equipment along with food and tents to carry by the crew member themselves. Sleeping in the tents and eating the foods prepare by the trekking cook is served during the trekking.
Camping trekking is compulsory if you are trekking in the remote part of the Himalayas where no tea houses and lodges are available to eat and sleep. To explore the untouched by modern civilization, no politics and they have a quite happy life with their distinctive culture and traditional that might be very interesting & unique to observe for foreigners.
All your arrangement in camping trekking is settle by our experienced and professional trekking crew members. Strong and experienced porters carry all the goods of eating and camping with your personal equipment.
A Typical day on the Camping trek in Nepal
Camping trekking to the remote part of the hills and mountain starts around 6am in the morning with a cup of hot tea/coffee prepare by our trekking cook. You will served with the pot of hot water to wash your face and brush your teeth. Breakfast with milk, bread, Omelet and fruits will be served. After having the breakfast, crew members will pack up the tents and luggage. Once all the arrangement completes, our trekking team will moves for the next camp. The porters are slower and cook crews (Sherpas) rush ahead to prepare lunch, which should then be ready when the groups arrive at around 11:00- 12:00 o’clock. Afternoon trek end about 3pm when you round ahead to discover your tents already set up by Sherpas in a field near village. The kitchen crew again prepares tea coffee; biscuits will be available in the camp. As we often camp near villages a trip to the local inn can provide some light entertainment. Later on, you have free choice to read book or explore surrounding area. The food provided is a combination of western and local cuisine by around 6 pm. The cooks and kitchen staff are fully trained to the highest standard so hygiene. In the evening all staffs makes fun by singing and dancing in the groups. After that around 8 pm most trekkers turn to their tents to enjoy a sound sleep.
Why Camping Trekking in Nepal?
To explore the remote and isolated part of Nepal, we need our self-arrangement. On the popular trekking routes like Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and Manaslu area, there are plenty of lodges for food and accommodation but trekking besides these routes still needs self-arrangement. So this type of camping trekking in Nepal is still compulsory. Trekking destinations like Upper Dolpo, Kanchenjunga Base Camp, Makalu, Panch Pokhari, Bhairab Kunda, Ganesh Himal, Lumba Sumba, Gaurishankar, Rolwaling, Damodar kunda, and Tsum Valley are popular for camping trekking.
For the adventure seekers who love the remote and wilderness experience, camping trekking is the best.
The modern attitude to children emerged by the late 19th century; the Victorian middle and upper classes emphasized the role of the family and the sanctity of the child, – an attitude that has remained dominant in Western societies ever since. The genre of children’s literature took off, with a proliferation of humorous, child-oriented books attuned to the child’s imagination. Lewis Carroll’s fantasy Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, published in 1865 in England, was a landmark in the genre; regarded as the first “English masterpiece written for children”, its publication opened the “First Golden Age” of children’s literature.
The latter half of the 19th century saw the introduction of compulsory state schooling of children across Europe, which decisively removed children from the workplace into schools. The market economy of the 19th century enabled the concept of childhood as a time of fun of happiness. Factory-made dolls and doll houses delighted the girls and organized sports and activities were played by the boys. The Boy Scouts was founded by Sir Robert Baden-Powell in 1908,which provided young boys with outdoor activities aiming at developing character, citizenship, and personal fitness qualities.
Culture is the social behavior and norms found in human societies. Culture is considered a central concept in anthropology, encompassing the range of phenomena that are transmitted through social learning in human societies.
Some aspects of human behavior, social practices such as culture, expressive forms such as art, music, dance, ritual, and religion, and technologies such as tool usage, cooking, shelter, and clothing are said to be cultural universals, found in all human societies. The concept of material culture covers the physical expressions of culture, such as technology, architecture and art, whereas the immaterial aspects of culture such as principles of social organization (including practices of political organization and social institutions), mythology, philosophy, literature (both written and oral), and science comprise the intangible cultural heritage of a society.
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Family Trekking in Nepal
Family Trekking in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal with your family members is the best way to enjoy the Himalayan beauty and make your trip full of lifetime experience. There’s no reason to put off trekking in the Himalayas until the kids have left home. Aside from the amazing landscapes, cultural and wildlife vegetation awaiting you. It’s dubious that you’d deliberately hire someone to carry your child while trekking anywhere else, but this is entirely possible in Nepal.
In Nepal trekking with your children is possible even the trekking route is difficult for the very your children by carrying them with you. Horse riding is one of the option to do so. Nepalese people are very welcoming of children. Your kids will likely have the best experience of the warm welcome and remember the friendly people as much as the scenery.
Tips for Family Trekking Tours
Family Trekking in Nepal need some special planning, as some routes are far from roads and medical facilities which would be little bit difficult while having kids with you. But while some committed trekkers have grieved the spread of roads into the mountains, this means many places are better connected, physically and in terms of emergency communication — than they once were. If you’re short on time, have very young children, or are unsure how older children will enjoy a multi-day trek, it’s best to opt for day hikes. Centering yourself in Pokhara or Kathmandu will allow you to travel places close to the city that have great sightsee option and fresh air, but still allow you to return to the coziness of a hotel at night.
Family trekking in Nepal is popular trekking adventure in Nepal Himalayas. Family trekking tour create all the family more delight as well as sharing the different culture, tradition, manner with family members. Perhaps, Nepal is the only one best option for the family trekking tour in Himalaya. Family trekking tour in Nepal offers superb Himalayan views, lush valleys, beautiful landscape, wildlife adventure, cultural heritage & make every family much happiness. Nepal has various trekking options for family among them Annapurna trekking, Langtang family trekking, Everest trekking are popular family trekking packages.
Helicopter Trekking in Nepal
Helicopter Trekking in Nepal
Helicopter trekking in Nepal is alternative option for trekking combine with helicopter flight tour. The Nepal Helicopter trekking is most anticipated activity to do in Nepal adventure. It is especially deliberate for those people having less amount of time to spend in Nepal.
Helicopter Trekking package offers flights for aerial view, rescue, medical emergency and expedition support or any other purposes that require the services of a Helicopter. Aerial sightseeing flights over the heritages and tourist spots are quite popular these days. Nepal Helicopter trekking offers you an incredible lifetime Himalayan experience.
Why the Helicopter Treks?
This flight provides you the close-up Ariel view of world highest mountains including Mt. Everest and stunning Himalayan villages. Helicopter tour are for those families who like who wants to take a break and have an exclusive weekend holidays, for the adventure lovers this is a easiest way to get to explore Himalayas in a short time. Helicopter tours in Nepal are also suitable for elderly people who cannot trek to the Himalayas on their own. Taking a helicopter tour over the Himalayas is truly a glorious adventure.
The range of destinations for helicopter tour in Nepal is the best choice for those looking forward to share something new with friends or families. Nepal Spirit Adventure offer some Heli-trekking to Annapurna Base Camp, Poon Hill, Everest Base Camp, Kyanjin Gompa in Langtang region and the shorter treks to Tengboche monastery in the Everest region. This includes one way trek and the other way on flight.
What to Expect in Helicopter Trekking
Our helicopter trekking adventures are exciting and well organized. Helicopter tour take you to the most remote, spectacular and unusual places in Nepal. Every Helicopter flights is led by a qualified group leader guide who is sensitive to the group’s needs. Trip staffs are knowledgeable in all aspects of the region in which you will be traveling with. This trip will be the best experience to know the cultural and the beautiful landscape of Nepal in short period of time. You can explore the incomparable views from aerial view. Trekking to the Himalayan base camp and return by helicopter is the combination of adventure and luxury experience.
Luxury Trekking in Nepal
Luxury Trekking in Nepal
Luxury trekking in Nepal offers a memorable lifetime trekking experience by staying the finest Luxury lodges during trekking and Luxury hotels in Kathmandu.
Luxury lodges are not available in all trekking areas of Nepal. However some part of Annapurna and Everest trekking region offer facilities of finest Luxury lodges accommodations. For those trekkers who wish to experience their trekking in comfortable way, these trekking packages are suitable one. Our Luxury trek package arranges some of best Luxury hotels & Luxury lodges trekking in Everest and Annapurna. All the luxury treks include five star deluxe hotels in Kathmandu before and after trek and top class luxury lodges during trekking.
Gentle walks exploring the countryside and meandering “off the beaten path” are one of the best ways to explore any new destination. Come and visit a fascinating land of soaring mountains, and sparkling glacial lakes connected by wavy mountain rivers that lead to expansive plains below. Take a few days to experience the quiet pace of hiking in this captivating land and resting in the luxury hotels and lodges. The foundation of Luxury trekking package adventure is the combination of luxurious hotels and Himalayan trekking. Here we will flawlessly blend complete luxury with the deep sense of adventure only possible from carefully crafted tours custom tailored to your needs. Luxury trekking in Nepal is the best in service to still enjoying all the exploration you desire. The right lodge can provide comfort and quality in the Himalayas. The main aims of each lodge are to provide warm hospitality, and peaceful seclusion from crowded trails. The common areas are heated and the rooms are comfortably furnished. You will delight in the simple but delicious fare. All rooms have private eco- friendly bathroom facilities. Solar heating and lighting are used wherever hydro-power is not available. It is the policy of our hotels and lodges to be eco friendly through zero tolerance of waste, proper disposal of enduring garbage and recycling. All Nepal luxury tour packages are designed to provide you with a comfortable and pace to reduce any issues with altitude.
An educational trail (or sometimes educational path), nature trail or nature walk is a specially developed hiking trail or footpath that runs through the countryside, along which there are marked stations or stops next to points of natural, technological or cultural interest. These may convey information about, for example, flora and fauna, soil science, geology, mining, ecology or cultural history. Longer trails, that link more widely spaced natural phenomena or structures together, may be referred to as themed trails or paths.
In order to give a clearer explanation of the objects located at each station, display boards or other exhibits are usually erected, in keeping with the purpose of the trail. These may include: information boards, photographs and pictures, maps or plans, display cases and models, slides, sound or multimedia devices, facilities to enable experimentation and so on. The routes are regularly maintained.
Educational trails with a strong thematic content may also be called “theme paths”, “theme trails” or “theme routes”, or may be specially named after their subject matter, for example the Welsh Mountain Zoo Trail, Anglezarke Woodland Trail, Cheshire Lines Railway Path, Great Harwood Nature Trail, Irwell Sculpture Trail, Salthill Quarry Geology Trail and Wildlife Conservation Trail.
Tea-House Trekking in Nepal
Tea-House Trekking in Nepal
Tea House trekking also known as lodge stay trekking is the popular way of trekking in Nepal Himalayas. Walking about 5-7 hours daily, interacting with local people, culture, religion and every night staying in an available lodge/tea house to eat and sleep is the best option in well-developed trekking routes like Everest, Annapurna, Langtang and Manaslu region.
During the tea house trekking in Nepal you will guided by a professional trekking guide licensed by Government of Nepal and you luggage will carry by the strong and experienced porters. The hotel accommodation is selected by the guides and you will service with the food available on the menu. Our professional trekking guide will select the best available tea-house for food and accommodation. You will just have time for walking, photography and gathering knowledge of the trekking sites.
Nor like the camping trekking in Nepal where all necessary food, accommodation, equipment need to self-organized by the trekking team.
Tea House on Full Board Package:
If you want to enjoy your trekking on full way, we offer you the full board tea house trekking package in which all necessary service like guide, porters, food, accommodation, permits, equipment and other necessary paper works includes in package. In which you just need to pay the package cost and rest of the jobs are perform by our professional team. Trekking guide will take care you, show you the way, gives detail information about the routes and culture, porter will carry your baggage and you will walk explore the route with interacting.
A Typical Day on Tea House Trek:
Normally our day on Tea House Trek starts around 7.00 am, you can have your breakfast in your guest house like porridge/muesli/cornflakes and biscuits with tea/coffee depending on your choice. After breakfast, porter carries 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.
After waling for 3-4 hours we will have rest for lunch at around midday. In the afternoon walking is generally shorter and we usually arrive at our destination in time for afternoon tea. The remainder of the afternoon can be spent exploring the village, doing a bit of washing or simply relaxing with a good book. After dinner, the evening will often be spent playing cards and reliving the day’s adventures, before retiring for a well-earned sleep. Other day activities are the same as mentioned above. 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.
Accommodation on Tea House Trek:
The teahouse trek offers neat and clean rooms on twin sharing basis. Hot water is not available on all places and need to pay extra. The rooms are basic, normally just a bed with a pillow and blankets. A few have electric lights and all have a spacious dining room-lounge. We will accommodate you and your group in local lodge available each day. Please remember that some of them are very basic and a sense of adventure is necessary. Now some part of the trekking while in Annapurna region and Everest region good hotels are also available.
Food on Teahouses:
Food on local teahouses are fresh and hygienic in lower part but it might not fresh in upper part of the remote Himalayas. However the hygiene is the primary concern and we provide you the same. Teahouses offer a variety foods, for breakfast, Toast, different styles of eggs, pancake, porridge, Muesli with milk, and other creels, For lunch and dinner, variety of potato, different curries, rice, noodles and pasta, pizza, spring roll, Nepali food and others food, as well as soup and seasonal vegetables. Snack like biscuits, snicker and Mars and other chocolates, basic biscuits and soft drinks are available, you can find seasonal fresh fruit also in some areas. In most of the teahouse you will have option to select the food from the menus in which Nepalese, Chinese, Western and Indian foods are available. Be prepare for compromise about food which available on the menus. You might not have many choices in the remote part during the trek.
The workweek and weekend are those complementary parts of the week devoted to labour and rest, respectively. The legal working week (British English), or workweek (American English), is the part of the seven-day week devoted to labour. In most of the Western world, it is Monday to Friday; the weekend is Saturday and Sunday. A weekday or workday is any day of the working week. Other institutions often follow the pattern, such as places of education.
In some Christian traditions, Sunday is the “day of rest and worship”. Jewish Shabbat or Biblical Sabbath lasts from sunset on Friday to the fall of full darkness on Saturday; as a result, the weekend in Israel is observed on Friday–Saturday. Some Muslim-majority countries historically had a Thursday–Friday or Friday–Saturday weekend; however, recently many such countries have shifted from Thursday–Friday to Friday–Saturday, or to Saturday–Sunday.
The Christian Sabbath was just one day each week, but the preceding day (the Jewish Sabbath) came to be taken as a holiday as well in the twentieth century. This shift has been accompanied by a reduction in the total number of hours worked per week, following changes in employer expectations. The present-day concept of the ‘week-end’ first arose in the industrial north of Britain in the early part of nineteenth century and was originally a voluntary arrangement between factory owners and workers allowing Saturday afternoon off from 2pm in agreement that staff would be available for work sober and refreshed on Monday morning. The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Union was the first to successfully demand a five-day work week in 1929.