There are 3 different types of treks operated in the Himalayas.
Tea house trek / Lodge trek.
In this type of trek we can stay in the accommodation units available on the trail. This is less expensive than camping trek and is less hectic as we will use available accommodation and foods prepared in the family owned guesthouses. These treks include food accommodation, guide and porters (if required)
A Teahouse Trekking is enormously standard even if it is local run guesthouse. Teahouse trek is very popular in the well - developed tourist regions including Annapurna, Everest and Langtang - Helambu regions where western, continental meals, Nepalese meal (Dhalbhat), and good accommodation with attached bathroom with hot and cold shower are available in most of the places. This type of trekking offers you good food, good accommodation in the available teahouses & lodges. Since Teahouse Trekking is comparatively cheaper than camping, it is more suitable for both small groups as well as large groups. In teahouse Trek, A tourism Licensed guide, supporting Sherpa Assistant and Porters will help you to give well accompany on the way of Mountains Trails in Trekking. You will be provided three times meals system (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) in Tourist Guesthouses on the way of Trek as well as accommodations.
Your Trekking will Normally Starts Morning at 7 AM After Breakfast and will stop for Lunch at 12 PM on The Trailside of Mountain Lodge/ Guesthouse in Trekking. After Lunch, you will Get Few time for rest and will starts trek again. Maximum, you are required to walk 8 hrs in Day if your destination is quite long. You can order your Dinner Anytime after 5 Pm when you reach in Guesthouse.
Organized Trek / Camping Trek
Camping trek is best called as Fully Organized Supported Trek. As exploratory or mountaineering expeditions, camping Trek is also organized in the same style. Camping trek includes a team of guide, cook, Sherpa, & porters to give you accompany. Our company manages all trekking gears, food, fuel, & personal belongings, & our cooks & assistant prepares hot meals & carry out, supervises the whole operations. Trekkers should carry only small bag or what they might need during the day. At night, they are provided dining tents, sleeping tents, & toilet tents. They are also provided with mattresses and down sleeping bags, all of which are carried for them with the party. Even tables and chairs are carried.
In a typical Camping Trek, we start trek around 6 a.m. with a cup of hot tea & you are provided a bowl of warm water for their washing & cleaning. After packing up their stuff and daypack, the trekkers are requested to leave their camp & have a breakfast. The trek begins around 7.30 - 8 a.m. All camping equipments & gears will be packed by our well-trained staff, and then the porters carry them to the next camping site. Personal belongings of the trekkers they may need for the day like water bottle, themselves should carry rain gear, camera, etc.
The Trekkers decision can depend upon his or her own on time for viewing the beautiful landscape, taking photographs and resting or making a short pause. The walk to lunch spot will normally take 3 hours. Upon your arrival, you are served hot lunch by our cook & assistant. In the afternoon, after walking about 3 to 4 hours, you can reach at the camp around 4/5 p.m. You can enjoy tea & snacks while our Sherpa pitch the camp. Dinner time is around 6/7 p.m. in the dining tent lit with a pressurized lantern & furnished with table & camping tools. You are provided high quality tents, foam & mattress, a simple toilet tent in every camp. Our experienced cook/ assistant will prepare a variety of healthy & wholesome food taking care of your health, which is carried for the entire trek.
Service Trek (GAP)
Service trek is often referred as Guide, Accommodation and Porter trek (GAP Trek). In this option we only provide the basic support such as documentation for the trek and a guide or guide porter who organizes all arrangements for you. This is the most economic way to do trekking in Nepal. This includes an English speaking guide, Porter and accommodation but excludes food, which you have to pay directly in the hotel.