Nepal Frequently Asked Questions:

1. What Is Hiking?

Answer: day Trekking does not stay overnight is called Hiking and it's organizing for fun and to return to the same starting point or different places.

2. what kind of facilities you can get in tea houses?

Answer: Except for the high altitude you can get private rooms with soft clean beds in most of the tea houses but the toilet and shower room need to be shared. They have a hot shower and cold shower facilities. For cold shower free of charge but Hot shower need to pay around US$ 1 to US$ 5.

3. is it safe to eat during trekking?

Answer: The big concern in trekking is food safety. Mission Himalaya treks take it very seriously. Our guide chooses the best clean comfortable and hygienic lodges or teahouses during your stay in Nepal.

4. what is trekking?

Answer: Trekking is not mean hiking. Trekking means walking on foot up and down more than 1 day.  Each and every day for more than 3 hours.

5. what are the drinking water sources supply in trekking?

Answer: Each and every lodge and tea house has boiling water for trekkers. Someplace of the trekking route, they have a mineral water bottle for drinking. In some places, it is not allowed to sell the water bottle so they provide a safe drinking water station for selling water. we provide water or information on water sources by our guide in trekking.

6. Do I need trekking permits?

Answer: For all the reasons you need Trekking information Management permits(TIMS) as policy. and you will need national park permits or conservation area permits. some area needs special permits issued by Immigration through a trekking agency.

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