FAQ

 

 

  1. Where is Nepal?

Nepal, the sovereign Independent Kingdom which is located in southern Asia couched between two Asian giants India and China. Nepal is rich in geographically, culturally, and linguistically diverse. Nepali folklore is often illustrated in dance and music and the people are open to sharing their traditions. The capital city of the country is Kathmandu, commonly known as the ‘city of temples’ where we can explore traditional artistic beauty. There are three great mini kingdoms of the Kathmandu valley- Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur – home to a world-class artistic and architectural heritage.

 

  1. What is Nepal famous for?

The highest peak within the world Mt. Everest is situated in Nepal & Buddha was also born in Nepal, who was the pioneer of the Buddhist religion. Nepal has been the main target of outstanding achievements within the world of peak climbing expeditions with the identification of quite one thousand peaks above 6,000 meters aside from this; there are 14 eight thousand meter mountains on the earth, of which 8 forms up the sweetness within the borders of Nepal. Trekking through the Everest region offers astounding mountain views, a chance to require a glimpse into the lifetime of world heritage sites, discovering a range of Himalayan flora and faunas, and a chance to explore the various culture and lifestyle of individuals.

 

  1. Is Nepal politically safe and stable?

Nepal is one in every of the newly democratic countries within the world with many active political parties, ideas, ideologies, and leaders that lack useful visions for taking the county forward. It’s thanks to this that disturbances may sometimes occur in several parts of the country. But it doesn’t and cannot affect the everyday life of the residents within the other parts. Life moves on as was common, & tourism flourishes regardless of what.

 

  1. How to enter Nepal?

Nepal can be entered by two ways,

  • By air: Some of the foremost international airlines operating scheduled services to Nepal which you’ll gain the Tribhuvan International Airport (only one international airport) located within the heart of Kathmandu City are as below:-
  • Royal Nepal Airlines
  • British Airways,
  • Biman Bangladesh
  • China South West Airlines
  • Druk, Gulf, India, Qatar, Pakistan & Thai Airways
  • Singapore Airlines other (Airlines which has permit can land on Nepal)
  • By Road: There are several entry points by land route mainly from Nepal / Indian borders and China/Tibet Boarder.
  • Kodari
  • Kakarvita
  • Birgunj
  • Bhairahawa
  • Nepalganj
  • Dhangadhi
  • Mahendranagar

Scheduled public, still as tourist buses, run to and from Kathmandu. Traveling by bus is usually recommended if you’ll deal with 10 to 12 hours of a protracted drive reciprocally for fascinating mountainous views and snail tail roads that meet above the clouds.

 

  1. How difficult are Treks in Nepal?

Nepal is about the difficulty of the trekking adventure. Even the easiest of trekking may feel difficult for some people. But, the trekking activity may be categorized as easy to strenuous depending upon the duration, terrain, and elevation. You’ll be able to ask about the issue-level of the trek before you opt to travel on a trekking adventure which you may enjoy the journey of your life on Nepal’s mountains. I bet you may love the peaceful and exquisite Himalayas of Nepal.

 

  1. What preparation is needed for a Trek in Nepal?

We provide sleeping bags, down jackets for the Lodge to Lodge trek and tents, mattresses, kitchen equipment during the Camping Treks. However, trekking shoes, personal equipment, and climbing equipment are up to you. Be happy to email us for a particular list of equipment we offer.

 

  1. What is the food and accommodation like on Treks in Nepal?

Your food and water are safe while you’re on a lodge and camp trek. We confirm the food is hygienically prepared in your lodge. Moreover, our guides are the cooks while you’re on a lodge trek, they check the ingredients for your meals before it’s prepared within the kitchen & ensure everything is okay. Most of the cooks within the local tea-houses are simply trained but experience has made them perfect. You’ll get boiled water within the lodges otherwise you’ll be able to purify the water with tablets and bottled sealed water just in case of insufficient supply although we are conscious about current environmental issues. Our crews are a good combination of well-trained guides i.e. Sherpa’s Cooks, Kitchen staff, and Porters. Guides and cooks are technically, practically, and theoretically well trained whereas kitchen staff and porters are practically trained well. While on a camping trek our foods prepared for your delicious and hygienic. You’ll find different menus for each day on the paths during your entire trek. Tea-house trekking may well be a preferred method of trekking in Nepal and has almost replaced camping trips. This kind of trekking involves resting in teahouses or lodges scattered throughout the trekking route. In most cases, tea-houses are established & glide by local families with facilities like accommodation and food. Some tea-house also can provide you with internet facilities. Moreover, we provide you with the most effective service we are going to by a well-trained trek expert.

 

  1. Altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS) and safety measures needed while doing the trek?

In the case of a heavy sickness which we hope won’t happen, you may be rescued by a helicopter. Since you’re entirely responsible for all the expenses incurred in evacuation please confirm that it’s covered by your insurance before assigning for it or be prepared to pay on your own after getting back in Kathmandu. Ask your guide to rearrange a runner to the closest communication point and inform the office about the necessity of a helicopter. While soliciting for the helicopter, please send the name of the unfortunate person and provides an exact location from where the helicopter can airlift you. Don’t leave the place although you’re recouping once you’ve got ordered Helicopter. Altitude sickness [AMS] doesn’t generally occur except in rare cases. Our itineraries are planned during a way that offers you adequate acclimatization so you get won’t to the skinny air above 3000m. Our safety measures are always in situ before we begin on any trek above 3000m.

 

  1. Do I need travel insurance to join any Trek?

Travel insurance isn’t included within the program cost. It’s essential that you just get comprehensive travel insurance that gives protect the subsequent personal accident, medical expenses, emergency evacuation, and repatriation (including helicopter evacuation) and private liability. We also recommend that the insurance cover cancellation, curtailment, and loss of baggage and private effects. Use caution to test the little print of your insurance regarding altitude as some policies only provide hide to 2000m.

 

  1. Can we customize a private Trek?

Depending on the prevailing situation, you’ll be able to modify it to some extent after consulting together with your guide. However, the date of trek completion must always coincide with the first itinerary. You ought to detain mind that this can be an adventure trip into the remotest regions within the Himalayas in Nepal where many unforeseen events may contribute to the requirement for a change in itinerary. In such cases, we or your senior guide will suggest the most effective alternative the same as your original itinerary after consulting with the group.

 

  1. Do you reserve rooms at the lodges before or during Treks?

We accommodate trekking groups in local lodges available on trial. As it is not possible to book the room days in advance, we send porters a few hours ahead of the group each day to book the rooms.

 

  1. Why choose experienced trek leaders and reputed companies?

Aarohi Holiday is a political candidate company in Nepal with the registered Number 2342/074. Division Number (15431963). Your guide will be a local Nepali but a fluent English speaker. It’s a world-renowned mountain guiding company with a Legacy of climbing expeditions to the world’s highest peaks and wilderness treks to the more remote corners of the world. We are a renowned trekking and tour agency that helps you discovers Nepal’s natural, historical, and cultural beauty on various levels with the simplest possible services you hike through the laps of the nice Himalayan. Aarohi Holiday, being reception is that the way we expect you to feel after you are on holiday with us. You’ll be able to always conveniently connect with us for any quite tourism-related services and also enjoy a number of the simplest outdoor holidays within the beautiful Himalayan country of Nepal. We are always specialized in providing the most effective services for world-famous treks like Annapurna Circuit Trek, Everest Base Camp Trek, and another trek. We are fine known for our escorting Service in far-flung remote regions of Dolpa, Mustang, and Kanchenjunga and well other.

  1. Which month or season is favorable to trek/tour/expedition in Nepal?

The best season for visitors heading to Nepal is autumn (mid-September-November) & spring. The weather is extremely pleasant so are the mountain views. While spring season (March-May) is additionally considered a decent season, the temperature is mildly warm within the lowlands while moderate at higher altitudes with lots of opportunities to enjoy the mountain views. it’s also the time for flowers to blossom and also the national flower of Nepal i.e. Rhododendron sweeps the ascending altitudes with its magnanimous color and wonder. Winter season (January-February) is additionally recommended for tours, safari, and low altitudes trek below 4000m. except for some areas of Nepal, Tibet, and India, summer season (June- August) are the most effective months because these areas are ‘rain shadows’ and monsoon is way lighter here.

 

  1. What altitude will I be taken up to?

Going through our trekking itineraries will tell you we go the mile above the timberline, we do expedition climbs up to the summit of 7000m, both from Nepal and Tibet side. If you’re unaccustomed climbing within the Himalayas, we will offer advice on a peak, or if you’ve got a specific one in mind we are able to make it happen.

 

  1. On the Environmental Front, will be your company responsible?

Since we run an organization that’s linked to tourism, we are obligated to keeping the environment clean, at any cost, regardless of what. We are very serious about our environmental obligations & make sure that firewood isn’t wont to cook food. It’s true that tourism is taking a toll on natural green landscapes; we believe that everyone should attempt to be a component of the answer for preserving Nepal’s natural beauty.

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