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General Info:
We present here some basic information for those interested in trekking in Nepal. Trekking in Nepal means hiking up & going down the mountain trails in the remote Himalayan regions. These treks may be from two days to two or three months depending upon the location & difficulty grade. One thing to remember is although most of Nepal is still remote & difficult to access; you’ll always find some form of human settlements after trekking in the wilderness for a few hours. This provides you both the adventure of trekking in the world’s highest places & learning how humans adapt to their environment. 

Physical Fitness:
Y
ou take a good deal of walking up & down during your trekking. This requires a certain degree of physical fitness.  There are different grades for trekking from easy to difficult; you should choose a trek trip according to your own fitness level.

Altitude Sickness:
Many trekkers tend to overlook this crucial aspect. The trekking itineraries have been designed to allow the human body for acclimatization. If you’re trekking on high altitudes, you should know that anyone regardless of their physical fitness may suffer from altitude sickness. Most trekkers feel the effect of altitude on their bodies; you needn’t worry for minor troubles like sleep disorders. However, you must inform your guide if the symptoms get worse.

Trekking Equipment:
You can bring all your trekking equipments from abroad. However, many find bringing trekking equipment & gears to Nepal a cumbersome affair. If you wish to travel light, you can buy or rent all equipments & clothing upon arrival in Nepal. Renting costly equipments saves you some precious bucks.

Rescue Service:
Generally, there is no need for rescue service while trekking. Still, it’s better to take complete precautionary measures. Immediate rescue from high mountains is only possible by a helicopter. Hence, make sure that your insurance covers the rescue by the helicopter.
 
 
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