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Nepali is the official language.The Nepalese people mainly follow the Hindu and Buddhism religion but there are also some groups of Muslim and Christians.Regardless of ethnic background or religion,Nepali people are the most hospitable and friendly people you could ever wish to meet.Nepalese revere their gusts as God.Striving to differentiate itself from India,Nepal's standard time is 15 minutes ahead of Indian standard time and 5 hours 45 minutes ahead of GMT.The Nepali Rupee(Rs) is available 1,2,5,10,25,50,100,500and1000 rupees.Though the country is not very large,it boasts of a diverse topography,which ranges from Tarai in the south to Himalayas in the north.Nepal is famous in the world for its natural beauty,green valley,hilly foot trails,the forest full of rare wild animals and being home of eight highest mountains.Manaslu,Dhaulagiri,Makalu,Annapurna,Kanchanjunga,Lhotse,Cho Oyu and Mt.Everest.

Rich cultures,vibrant traditions,exquisite temples,home of Mount Everest,fast flowing rivers and tropical jungle teeming with wild life make your trip an unforgettable experience to enjoy for everyone.So trekking in Nepal is a truly amazing experience.From the warm and lush vegetation of the lower  hills to  the Icy slopes of the highest mountains range on earth,you will encounter some of the most stunning scenery and the most friendly people.It is the perfect way to escape from hustle and bustle of everyday life and to relax and enjoy with nature so there is no doubt,it is truly a ‘paradise'of holiday seekers. So we are proud to share our country,it’s nature and century old cultures with you and give you an excellent opportunity to explore our beautiful Nepal Himalayas.Currently in Nepal,two kinds of trekking are popular -The first is known as Tea house treks or Lodge treks and then second one is Tent treks or Camping treks. We provide two kinds trekking .

Lodge treks

The most popular way to do trek is to use local trekking lodges for accommodation and meals.There are good lodges on the way of Annapurna, Lang tang and Khumbu (Everest) regions.

Lodge trek  provide a special meeting place for trekkers from all around the world. You will have a good opportunity to see how people in the hills of Nepal live, work and eat and you may even begin to develop at least a rudimentary knowledge of the Nepali language.

In our tea-house treks, all food and accommodation is part of your package. Porters carry your gear and our guide travels with you during the day and handles all the arrangements for meals and dealing with bureaucracy. It is hassle-free trekking with just a light day pack.

Camping treks

The classic style of trek in Nepal is to camp in tents and employee porters to carry your gear, Sherpas to set up camp  and cook serve meals. You can carry with you only water, camera and jacket.

If you are used to carrying your own gear in a backpack, you’ll be amazed at the apparent luxury of a camping trek. Although you’ll be sleeping on foam mattresses, you’ll be assigned a roomy A-frame or dome tent that comfortably accommodates two people and gear. Meals serve  at the table in a dining tent as family style or can eat outside enjoying the view. The camp staff have their own tents and kitchen facilities and kitchen boys race back and forth to the dining tents acting as waiters. If there is no permanent toilet, the staff dig a hole and set up a toilet tent.

Camping groups are fully independent of local accommodation and food. A fully organized trekking team is quite a large outfit as not only the trekker’s personal gear needs to be carry but also the group equipment and food. It is likely that there will be three local staff to every trekker. There are many advantages to choosing a camping trek: the control of hygiene in the kitchen is a lot easier on camping treks than in lodges; there is reduces exposure to upper-respiratory ailment (the Infamous ‘Khumbu Cough’) compared to inside trekker-filled tea-houses; tent camping gives you the freedom to go to bed when you want and you usually get to have a quiet night away from the uproar of a lodge; because there are also tents for the Sherpas and porters, you do not need to camp near villages and can trek comfortably in remote regions plus you provide much needed employment for many local porters.

Trekking season in Nepal
I)Autumn(September-November)-This is the best season for trekking in Nepal,which offers excellent and tantalizing mountain views.The skies are generally clear with outstanding views and temperature are moderate.
II)Winter(December-February)-This season is ideal for trekking in lower elevation.At higher elevation occasional snowfall and temperature are very cold in mountain region.
III)Spring(March-May)-This season is one of the best time for trekking in Nepal,which offers excellent mountain views and clear skies.In this season you can see varieties of wild flowers are blooming,especially Rhododendrons(National flower of Nepal).Temperature is mildly warm.
IV)Summer/Monsoon(June-August)-This season is blessing for the keen botanist or photographer as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flower and lush vegetation make the perfect time to capture Nepal in all its beauty.Normally this season trek makes your travel wet and warm.In this season you can trek  in the rain -shadow area north of the Himalaya like Mustang,Upper Manag and Dolpo region.
Mountaineering season in Nepal 
I)Spring season:March-May
II)Autumn season:September-November
Getting Ready

To enjoy your trekking holiday  it is important to prepare yourself physically and mentally fit for that trip and you have to choose a trek which suit for you.One of best thing to prepare yourself for most trekking trips in Nepal is walking.Try to spend an hour a day on the road,walk upstairs rather then take a lift,if possible walk or cycle when you would normally drive outside,it doesn't be too complicated.Person who suffering from pre-existing medical condition or disease must seek medical advice before your trip. 
But for the challenging and mountaineering trips you need to be a good level of Physical fitness. 

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness is the  foremost concern in high altitude trekking .It is caused by lack of Oxygen, above  3000m,the air is thinner,the pressure is lower and there is less Oxygen available in the atmosphere.The initial  symptoms are-
Fatigue,shortness of breath,
Weakness,heavy legs and slight swelling of hands and face.
when you seems these kind of symptoms on your trek you must stay at the same altitude until you feel well.Never ascend with any high altitude symptoms.If you are resting at the same altitude even your symptoms are becoming worse,then descend to  lower altitude.If you ignored those altitude symptoms it can lead to unconsciousness and death.So prevent from those kind of altitude sickness you should go up slowly and give your body time to get used to the altitude by acclimatisation.The body has an amazing ability to acclimatise to altitude.As a drug you can be take Diamox prior to ascent to help avoid altitude sickness,do not take any kind of sleeping pills,alcohol and smoking. By keeping your body warm and drinking plenty of water at least 4 litres a day is advisable above  3000m because the body needs more water at higher altitude and it is better to take a knowledge about altitude sickness before your trip,so it can help yourself.While about drinking water be sure to treat or boil water before drinking it or use Iodine tablets.Drinking water from the tap can be risky.