A Typical Trek Day

The trekking day starts in the morning around at 6:00 with a cup of hot tea or coffee at your tent and Teahouse. After washing your face with warm water and prepare for breakfast at around 7.00. After breakfast, your day of walking begins at your own pace, you may frequently stop for a photograph on the trail to enjoy amazing mountain scenery and landscape. You will carry only a small a-day pack containing the valuable things that you need during the day. The porters, Maul, Donkey, or Yaks will carry the rest of your goods. Normally, when you walk for about 2 ½ hours to 3 hours, you will stop for lunch at a teahouse or camping site, which lasts for about 1 hour. The next session of walking will be for 3 to 4 hours, and then we reach our camp, which is often a scenic place. The trekking crew will pitch the tents before you arrive at camp for you. You can relax or walk for a rest by time around the camp and village. You will have dinner around 6-7 PM, talk about the day's experiences with other members, or simply enjoy the Himalayan solitude by yourself. You may learn some Nepali language with our team, they are glad to teach you. Before bedtime, our Leader or Guide will give you a brief about the next day's trip plan. The time for the bed.