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FAQS

Best trekking season in Nepal….?
Autumn and spring is the trekking season in Nepal. Even October and November is the best tine to do trek in Nepal in autumn. These two months of the dry season when is still comfortably warm as well as clear sky.
December, January and February are still good months for trekking, but it can be bitterly cold at high altitudes and high trekking passes can be closed because heavy snowing.March, April and May a bit warm but also a good time.


What is Tea house/Lodge trek?
In admired regions such as Annapurna, Everest and Langtang, Tea Houses are more like hotels, with hot showers, western food, and private rooms (twin sharing). In this arrangement overnight stops with dinner and breakfast will be in Tea-houses and lunches in local restaurants en-route.

Even as you will stay in locally owned lodges; you will advantage and interrelate with the local neighborhood which gives you a factual feel for the Nepalese people and their lives.


What is a Camping Trek?
You will sleep in tent in camping trek. The staff comprises a guide, cook, Sherpa and enough porters to carry all trekking gear. Even if you have never camped before, there is no need to be anxious that you won’t enjoy the practice. The tents we provide are spacious, the sleeping mattresses are relaxed and global style food of a high standard is freshly ready and served. A bathroom tent is offered as well as a dining tent with tables and camp stools, as long as a cozy, comfortable atmosphere to eat and chat with fellow trekkers.


Which immunize ions should I get before going to Nepal?
Diarrhea, food poisoning, High altitude sickness are the familiar problems for clients in the Mountain area. Hepatitis A is one of those not so bad but ordinary disease in Nepal. It won't kill you, but it'll put a speedy end to your travels, and it may place you up for several months after your return. It's transmitted through tainted food and water. There are some diseases like Malaria, Typhoid, meningitis, Japanese B encephalitis and rabies all fall into the potentially fatal but rare category.


What happens if there is an emergency?
Our guides are trained by the Nepal Mountaineering Association, The Ministry of Tourism and at the high altitude medical training center so they deal with most of the essential sicknesses that can occur during a trek. If an emergency arises, expert help from a rescue association will be needed. That is why every client should have their own emergency rescue and health insurance arranged before coming to Nepal.

If an emergency arises, "Destination Himalaya Trek and Expedition"will cover the preliminary cost of an evacuation until your insurance company can deliver the payment.


What happens whether you get sick?
Always make sure that you have a well-stocked and suitable medical kit as well as adequate insurance in case you require to be evacuated. The most imperative thing is; don’t fear. A minor case of diarrhea is to be predictable, as well as sprains and muscle aches – all a part of walking in the hills. Altitude sickness is tremendously unsafe but mostly avoidable if you follow a few simple rules: trek high and sleep low, drink at least 3 litters of water per day (not including beer or soft drinks), and be sensible. If you feel shortness of breath, a minor headache or dizziness, tell your porter/guide and rest immediately. Lie down, drink water. If you are still feeling unwell you may consider going down a few hundred meters. Do not pretend you are okay, and do not go down alone. Descending few hundred meters and sleeping overnight may be enough to make you completely able to begin trekking again.