Will be trekking Langtang valley in May
Are there electric points/ plugs
in the teahouses
Do you need a permit to trek Pikey Peak?
We are going to do Poon Hill and Annapurna Base Camp trek starting from April 9th.
How to arrange stays in tea houses? I’m afraid, that because of high season, there could be no place to stay.
Any recommendations/contacts of tea houses for those locations:Ullery, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong, Sinuwa, Dovan, Himalaya, Machhapuchhre BC, ABC (I’m thinking it would be great to stay there for one night, is there a place to stay?)We didn’t decided yet to hire porter or not, but what is regular price for a day in this trek? Where in Pokhara we could find jeep/bus to Nayapul or Ullery?
I am planning to do Annapurna Circuit in first week of March, 2023. Can you guys please let me know approximate food and living costs in the tea houses/lodges/hotels along the circuit? I am a budget traveler. At least how much money should I budget/per day for this circuit trip?
What are the most beautiful treks to do at the beginning of February?
How long is validity for permit to national parks for Annapurna, Langtang? Is it enough time to do some side trips, or just enough for standard trek route? For example Annapurna circuit + Mardi Himal + Khopra Ridge, etc?
For those who have booked a trek to EBC with an American or Canadian company, Why did you book with them versus booking with a local Nepalese company?
1) best to go solo or group tour. 2) best month to go , if u dont want rain or cold weather or little as possible. 3) average cost pp?4) what to bring along?5) is altitude sickness real threat on this trek?6) teahouses all the same , doesnt matter which company u hire?7)what do porters carry for u ,if ur only allowed to bringing 10 or so kgs ?8)how does water taste after chlorine tablets? 9)how cash to bring money ?
Does anyone know what rating sleeping bag I should get. I can find info about daytime temperatures, but nothing about the night
Looking into visiting Nepal for the first time at the end of January and we’re wanting to combine a couple of permit hikes with lots of day hikes which don’t need permits. Thinking of around Kathmandu and Pokhara. Can anyone help point me in the right direction to find out what day hikes are available without permits in these areas.