tour price includes:-
• Trek Pre-departure Information Experienced Sherpa,
Guide, cook, kitchen and local supporting crews, all
expenses for them.
• Gear package including, sleeping bag and liner,
• sleeping mat.
• All meals while trekking.
• Two-person tents with sewn in floor and fly
• Porters to carry all personal and group equipment
with all their expenses.
• All park entrance fees and trekking permits.
• Emergency medical kit.
The tour price does not includes:-
Table drink alcoholic and non alcoholic, items of a
personal nature such as phone calls, laundry, International
Airport departure taxes, all kind of private transfer,
Nepal visa, Travel Insurance, air fare for International
and domestic, meal in Kathmandu, all personal expenses
DAILY TREK ROUTINE
You will be woken with a cup of tea brought to your
tent between 6 am and 7 am, followed by a small bowl
of warm water for washing. Before breakfast you pack
your gear into your kit bag which is then taken by the
porters and will not usually be available to you until
camp that afternoon. We are usually on the trail between
7.30 am and 8.30 am. Following a good morning's walk,
we stop for lunch at around 11 am. Lunch is usually
a 2 hour break to allow for the trekker's meal followed
by the crew meal. This break also enables you to do
your washing in the warmest part of the day, catch up
on your diary, read or rest. The afternoon walk is generally
a little shorter and camp is usually reached by around
3 pm to 4 pm. Once we have reached camp and the kitchen
is set up afternoon tea is served. Washing water is
again provided to enable you to wash at the end of the
trek day. Until dinner there is time to rest, explore
the surrounding area and villages or sit and chat with
the crew and local people. Dinner is usually served
around 6 pm to 7 pm. Remember to bring your torch and
water bottle to the mess tent so it can be filled with
boiling/filtered water. Evenings afford some of the
best memories of your trek, whether it is talking, playing
cards, chatting with the crew or joining in some singing
and dancing with the local people, it is always a special
time. All camp chores are done for you, leaving you
free to use your time to the fullest. You carry only
a light day pack as your gear is carried by yaks or
Our menu is based on freshly cooked by our Sherpa cook’s
food to provide free nutritious, plentiful and tasty
meals daily. Breakfast is a selection of cereal, muesli,
porridge, followed by pancakes, chapati, puri and local
breads and egg dish usually completes the meal. Lunch
is a selection of salads, pasta, traditional breads,
rice items, cheese, noodles and potato dishes. Our evening
meal commences with soup and is followed by rice, pasta
and a range of vegetable. Fruit or a local dessert complete
the meal. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cordial and biscuits
are provided at meals and on request in camp. We can
cater for specific dietary needs if we know in advance.
First-time trekkers are pleasantly surprised at the
quality of the meals.
Our most competitive cost for your kind acceptance
US$ 850.00 per perason.