Nepal is located in South Asia and is bordered by China to the North and India to the East, West and South.
Trekking is an adventure activity that generally involves walking from one place to another every day.
Tea Houses are local lodges where you get to eat and sleep during your trek. There are plenty of tea houses across all the trekking routes in Nepal. A tea house trek means that you get to stop and rest each day at a tea house during your trekking period. Unlike camping treks you don’t have to carry food, tents and other items during a tea house trek.
Camping treks require us to carry tents, kitchen gear, food and other equipments. Unlike tea house treks camping treks are more adventurous.
Mount Everest is located in the Himalayas of Nepal.
Yes, we are a government authorized trekking and expedition agency and are associated with the NMA, TAAN and are a member of the NTB.
You need a visa to visit Nepal. You can easily get a visa upon your arrival at the International airport in Nepal on paying USD $30 for a month USD $90 for a 90 day period.
After you choose an itinerary that suits you best, a small contract between you and Peace Nepal Treks ℗ Ltd shall be made and signed upon.
Our guides do speak English but not very fluently because English is a third language to us. Some of the support staff do speak a little English while some do not understand the language at all.
There are no restrictions on the size of a group. In the past we have had groups of more than fifty. We provide the same services to an individual as well as a group.
Every tea house has its own menu and you get to choose what you want on your plate. Usually the menu consists of local delicacies.
We are very concerned about the safety and security of both our clients and our staff. Our guides have experience in handling any situation and will look after you during the entire trek.
During camping treks an expert cook accompanies us and serves the best local dishes on our plates.
Yes, we arrange both domestic and international flight tickets.
Actually, we do not provide any of your personal equipments and climbing gear during your holiday here, but if you wish we can help hiring in Kathmandu.
Normally, we walk for 5 to 6 hours each day.
While there are no seasonal constraints on traveling to Nepal, different regions are best visited in different seasons. Enquire about any trekking region and we will tell you about the best season to visit that area.
Usually March/April/May and September/October/November are the most suitable months for trekking.
In case of any emergencies we will do everything we can to help you. First you must have an insurance policy that covers such situations. For example, if you need a helicopter rescue or if you need immediate medical attention we will be there for you.
Yes, you can travel alone but we recommend that you take at least one guide with you. This is because you may need assistance in case you are sick or stuck in a difficult situation.
Yes, you need trekking permits while trekking in Nepal. We help you in getting legal permits to almost any trekking region.
While trekking in lower altitudes, shorts and T-shirts will do. But, as the trek gains altitude warm clothes, especially a cap is a must. Keeping your head warm means preventing a headache and altitude sickness.
If you wish, you can store any personal items at your hotel in Kathmandu or at our office.
A warm sleeping bag, jacket and trekking shoes are a must for the trek. Do remember to bring your camera as well.
Yes, you can change the program schedule after discussing with your guide.
During camping treks we provide boiled drinking water. As for tea house treks, you can buy mineral water at each tea house.
Trekking does not require any experience and is suitable for people of all age groups. However physical fitness is required for a trek.
Although we prefer receiving cash payment after your arrival, we do accept credit cards as well.
Yes, you can hire all the required trekking equipments in Kathmandu and we help you in doing so.
Almost all the trekking routes, have telephone and internet facilities.
Electricity is available in some of the tea houses that we visit during the trek. You can charge your batteries there.
First, we suggest that you drink 4 litres of water every day. In case you get sick we provide you with hot drinks and general medication. If this doesn’t work, you will be taken to a lower altitude to help you feel better.