Trekking is a combination of trekking and walking activity where hikers walk for several days in rural areas. In other words, trekking takes place on foot, especially across mountainous regions. often for several days and through beautiful mountain villages; this in order to enjoy nature and / or close contact with people in remote mountain villages where the lifestyle has sometimes been unchanged for many generations.
Trekking is also done in mountain areas at risk, so it will help to become more adventurous and build the capacity of hikers. The hiker will discover real life in mountain areas or in a remote area. In the case of Nepal, Nepal has many places where hikers can easily trek for 3 days to 3 months To be a hiker it takes a number of things: a budget, a vacation and being ready for adventure. Once the Trekking paid to New Generation Trek, no charge during the trekking is to be paid. There must be an extra day for the trip. If the hikers have all these attributes, they can easily make a trek and get in touch with our organization, we will help them and offer quality services according to the wishes of the customers
Trekking in Nepal!!
The "Camping trek" is less sophisticated than the "trek in house" because in the "Camping trek", the organization will prepare all the necessary things for the trek from Kathmandu or plan the places where all the necessary elements are available. All equipment (all food products and sleeping tents) will always be with the hiker during the trek. The hiker will sleep in the tents. Staff will prepare meals according to pre-arranged menus.
Tea House Trek
"The trek in house": hikers eat and sleep in a guest house or tea room, if these houses are available and already configured by the villager to provide the service to customers. Every day, the hiker will find a tea house to eat and sleep. Compared to camping trek, the "trek in house" is inexpensive. To make a trek, hikers must have a walking permit, in accordance with the rule of the Government of Nepal. In addition, they must have a guide or a porter to help them during the trip. In Nepal, a trekking can be done from 500 meters up to 6000 meters of sea level. The high altitude trekking list is on our website and each destination is a quality trek
Hikers with no previous experience are offered a variety of easy hikes. The trek does not involve difficult climbing or climbing at high altitude and is usually less than a week, suitable for everyone. However, less altitude does not mean a loss of interest all low-altitude hikes often offer colorful horizons over a range of mountain ranges.
Medium hikes are more difficult and suitable for any hiker with experience. In general, they are more than a duration longer than 10 days of walking. At this altitude, you will be rewarded with a magnificent view of high mountains.Steneous Hikers with some previous mountain walking experience should only undertake hard-hike treks. These hikes go up to high altitudes (up to 5000m) and involve some steep climbing, but it is never necessary to use ropes.
Hard treks are only suitable for real adventure lovers. Some steep climbs at high altitude, with the possibility of rope climbing are involved in this category. Hikers will need stamina to fill one of these wild treks as they could last 20-40 days.Required equipment or things needed to be worn on the Trek / Hiking Equipment Check List Require amenities (some things depending on the temperature and development phase of the trekking area: following common amenities are required to trek with our problems, but with a few of them you can do a trek but it is not necessary to collect all the things, but if you are albe to bring or bought all things, it will be good for you.For more details, when you chose the trip with us, we will suggest which equipment should be worn in the trekking on your side and what we provide to you durign the trip?
A pair of hiking / trekking boots
A pair of slippers
Several pairs of wool socks and cotton socks
A light bottom long underwear
A medium long underwear background
A pair of climbing and stacking pants
Two medium-sized pro shirts
A woolen light / fleece sweater
A velvet jacket
A down sweater / jacket
A pair of light wind in Gore-Tex jacket and pants
A pair of woolen hat and sun hat
A pair of glacier glasses
A pair of Gore-Tex shell gloves with ski or line gloves
A pair of woolen gloves
A Swiss army knife (if possible)
A trekking pack of 3000 cubic inches the capacity of
SPF 10 to 30 screen lotion and SPF sunscreen stick from 10 to 30
Books, mp3 player (optional)
One liter bottle of water
A pair of walking sticks (opt)
A torch with enough battery packs
Two large and strong duffel bags with lock (17x13x32 cm)
toilet paper (opt)
Bath towel, biodegradable soaps, pre-moistened soaps, wash fabrics, sunscreen, lip balm, and all other personal items such as toothbrush, comb, etc.
Personal first box first aid kit:
Be advised to check with your doctor. Suggestions: Aspirin or ibuprofen, Pepto Bismol, band aid or bandages, moleskin, scissors, tweezers, tropical antiseptics, anti-acid tablets, laxatives, water purification tablets.
Other necessary elements:
Photo equipment with a lot of film / disc and spare batteries, reading / writing materials, postcards of the hometown and / or photos of the house and family to share with local people, safety pins, kit sewing, zip-lock bags for small items, large plastic bags at the duffel line and protect all items down.
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