Lodge and Camp Trekking

Nepal is a agricultural cuntry so mostly people depends on agriculture. Nepal mostly export the agricultural product such as rice, ptatoes, cattle’s fur and skin, herbs use for medicine, etc.

Secondly nepalese depends on tourism so tourism is the second largest industry of nepal. Because of cultural and natural diversity with rich cultural and natural resource Nepal has been very attractive place and very suitable place for the visitor all around the world. Kathmandu valley, Lumbini, Pokhara and rafting place and trekking areas are the major place recognize nepal as the very suitable place to visit as a tourist. Nepal is a wonderful Mountaineous country which is also the place of the highest peak of the world Mount Everest. Out of the fourteen highest peak of the world, Nepal alone has eight highest peak. Mount Everest is 29,029 feet above sea level. Nepal’s second peak Kanchanjunga is 28,169 feet above sea level. Annapurna range is higher but safer trekking area of Nepal. Surprisingly Kali Gandaki Gorge lies west of Annapurna is the deepest gorge in the world.

Nepal lodge Trekking

In recent years with the help of Government as well non-Government agencies many of these lodge owners have gone through training programmes aimed at raising the quality of services as well as instilling environmental awareness. For example in the Annapurna Sanctuary and adjacent areas it is now regulation for all lodge owners to use alternative fuel (fuel other than fire wood – kerosene, gas, electric or even solar) for cooking and heating, dispose of garbage properly and adopt other eco-friendly measures.

Lodge to Lodge Trek

Most lodges have all the basic requirements for trekkers to stay overnight – a dormitory, several private rooms, an attached restaurant, toilet and a shower room. The quality of food offered may vary from lodge to lodge but most serve simple and hygienic meals.Adventure Fairsteps Treks has found it very attractive for trekkers to use these lodges in some of the routes instead of operating camping style treks. One of the main reason being that along these popular routes almost every house offers bed and meals and many camping trekkers find it incongruous to camp near a lodge and not be able to experience the warmth and hospitality of the friendly Nepali hosts. With larger groups we reserve all the beds in a lodge thus making sure that we have the place to ourselves. If you have an urge to trek in some of the most beautiful places in Nepal, interact and make friends with the local people without having to sleep in a cold and lonely tent, Lodge Trekking is just the thing for you.

Day on Trekking

Our Lodge-Treks are led by one of our experienced local guide supported by porters to carry luggage and equipment. All our guides have undergone the trekking guide training conducted by the Department of Tourism of Nepal and are registered and licensed by the government. After packing your duffel and day-pack a breakfast of porridge / muesli / cornflakes and biscuits with tea/coffee is served. The day’s trek starts around 7.30 a.m. Porter carry 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. All trekkers walk at their own pace accompanied by the trek guide. With larger groups there is a “lead” and “sweep” sherpa providing support throughout.The morning’s walk to the lunch spot takes about three hours. Around mid-day we usually stop for a simple hot lunch at one of the way side tea-houses. In the late afternoon and evening you can relax, wash, read or take a walk nearby. The evening meal is served between 6 and 7 p.m. in the dining room attached to the lodge. After dinner the guide will brief trekkers on the next day’s hike.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

Nepal Camping Trek

We use roomy and comfortable tents two people to a tent. There is also toilet tent and Dining tent set up at each campsite. It’s your job to do the walking and take photographs, while our trek staffs take care of the camp
duties and portage.

The day begins at dawn with a cup of tea being passed through your tent flap by a smiling kitchen boy saying- “Good Morning!” A few minutes later a bowl of hot washing water arrives. When you have cleansed, dressed and packed your duffel bag, just go to your waiting breakfast, leaving our staff to organize your tent and bags. Breakfasts are always big.

Our menu is based on fresh food to provide three nutritious, plentiful and tasty meals daily. Breakfast is a selection of cereal, muesli, and porridge, followed by pancakes, chapati, puri and local breads. An egg dish usually completes the meal. Lunch is a selection of salads, pasta, traditional breads, and cheese and potato dishes. Our evening meal commences with soup and is followed by rice, pasta and a range of vegetable and meat dishes. Fruit or a local dessert complete the meal. Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cordial and biscuits are provided at meals and on request. We can cater for specific dietary needs if we know in advance. First-time trekkers are pleasantly surprised at the quality of the meals.

We operate two types of trekking Style :

F.I.T (Family Individual Trevellers)
These we put together for individuals, small groups of friend or families who wish to enjoy their treks on their own (not joined by other trekkers).
Group Treks on fixed Dates
The group treks are planned for departure on Fixed dates and are joined by individuals from different countries the thing for you.

Day on Trekking

Trekking offers something for everybody. We carry the gear, leaving you to carry only your day pack. After a hearty breakfast we hit the trail – but we don’t walk in a line! Everyone is encouraged to walk at their own pace. We normally trek for around three hours in the morning, including time for rest stops. A hot meal is served during a long and relaxed lunch break. After lunch we set off again for a couple of hours before reaching the overnight camp where hot washing water is again provided.
While our staff prepare dinner, you may enjoy the company with the crew, explore the area or reflect on the day’s events. The three course evening meal is served in the dining tent, while conversation and comparing the day’s experiences provide an ideal way to round off the trekking day. Importantly, our day to day itineraries are flexible with sufficient rest days in reserve to ensure you have the best possible opportunity of achieving your