Wrong assumptions about Trekking in Nepal


Nepal is a cheap destination:

Though Nepal still has a reputation of being a cheap destination. It’s not. Nepal’s Himalayas, culture and landscapes are priceless and a low price doesn’t suit the value of trekking in Nepal. So, Nepal is not as cheaper as people assume to be. Since Everest is the highest mountain in world, you need to get special permits and they are costlier. Cost rises after you add flight fare, food and accommodation cost.

One can trek alone in Nepal

Though getting guides and porters is not a legal requirement for trekking in Nepal but still hiring one is highly recommended. Its somehow foolish trekking alone in Nepal for the first-time trekkers.

One can shorten the trek

It’s a a wrong assumption that treks can be shorten. If you seriously want to enjoy trekking in Nepal. Plan a good vacation and buy the packages sold by travel companies to avoid any risk of high altitude. Its not a good idea to shorten the trek because you should have enough time for acclimatization.

Porter and guide are same

No, it’s not. Its illegal to use a porter as a guide. Porters are just for carrying your luggage not for guiding you.






















Why Nepal?

Mt. lodge at Gorekshep

Gods in the Himalayas

Nepal is very rich traditionally and culturally. Nepali people believe in converting a stone into god and worshiping it. While trekking in high Himalayas, you will come across such small temples that contains stone that has been worshiped with different offerings since years and years.

Heaven for trekkers

Nepal is home to different Himalayan range that has been opened for trekkers such as Everest range, Annapurna range, Manaslu range and so on.  Some of these trekking has been listed as world’s best trekking experience.

Rich in Adventure

Nepal is known for its adrenaline thrill providing adventurous activities like paragliding, white water rafting, zip-flying and bungee jumping,


Nepal is safer compared to other south east Asian destinations because of its welcoming nature. Local people here are so friendly and hospitable that they are always smiling and providing you a reason to smile.


Chitwan national park is rich in wildlife species. A total of 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds, 56 species of reptiles and 126 species of fish have been recorded in the park.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Nepal is rich in UNESCO world heritage sites. Some of the examples are Durbar squares, Pashupatinath, Boudhanath, Swyambhunath etc.