Teahouse Trekking in Nepal
Tea House Trekking can be done only the popular Trekking area such as Annapurna, Langtang and Everest, where overnight at the best available clean accommodations including foam mattress in single and double room. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner are excellently prepared at the teahouse. Meals can be selected from a Menu that is developed by the teahouse personnel. We can be make your teahouse trek simple and easy by organizing a trekking Staff (Guide/Sherpa and necessary potters) transportations, trekking permit, park entrance fee etc. Porters carry your backpack, trekkers only carry small daypacks. Treks begin from 7 to 8 AM. Before we start, we provide hot drinks tea/coffee/hot chocolate and then a nutritious Breakfast. Lunch is provided between 11 to 12 AM and the day usually ends around 3 to 4 PM.
Many adventure some tourists are interested in camping, rather than taking a teahouse.
Trek generally consists of a group of travelers waking along Side Mountains through Nepali villages and farms accompanied by a Sardar (Nepali trek leader, Sherpa guides and Nepali cook and porters.
Porters carry all of the food, baggage and equipments at lower elevations the weather is warm and sunny during the day and cool during the evening. An altitude above 10,000 feet (3048m) temperatures can drop to well below freezing at night and it is possible to encounters snow.
A typical day begins at dawn with hot tea served in the tents. After breakfast trekkers proceed at their own pace, waking alone, with others, or with Sherpa guides are knowledgeable and eager to help visitors understand the cultures and learn the languages. The trail passes through spectacular mountain scenery. The moderate pace allows ample time to meet and talk with local farmers, villagers and Nepali travelers. Opportunities for photographs abound.
About 11:00 A.M there is a two – hour stop while the cooks prepare a hot lunch. Trekkers generally relax, visit with village children or take time to record their experiences in journals. A three to four in the afternoon, the group is brought to camp where the Sherpa have set-up the tents and prepare d tea and biscuit.
Dinner is served around 6:00 P.M TO 7:00 P.M. after that's trekkers have a time to read, write and dancing with Nepali song about 30 to 1 hour or just watch the beautiful night Sky. Most persons are asleep by 9:00P.M….in large two person tents.