Rara Lake is considered to be the queen of all the lakes. From the entire journey to mesmerizing beauty of the hills and Himalayas as the backdrop surrounding the lake, Rara trek is one of a kind. Although this lake situated in the Himalayan Hills of Nepal is considered one of the most charming treks in Asia, the route is not well established and has not been introduced to a lot of trekkers. Thus, it is a oerfect opportunity for you to grab and set out to unearth the hidden gem of Nepal with an unlimited adventure, culture and panoramic geographical landscape and get lost in the serene.

Situated in the Mugu District of the Karnali Zone of Nepal, Rara Lake is Nepal’s biggest lake. The Lake is situated at an altitude of 2950m and can be reached either by trekking or by flight. Desire Adventures brings you the ultimate 15 days Rara Lake Trek to discover the hidden beauty of Nepal and a cradle of the Malla civilization. The trek starts from Kathmandu where you can explore the heritage sites including the temples, stupas and shrines. Taking a flight to Nepalgunj and then again to Jumla, we start our official trek from here. From Jumla starts the trail leading through the forest of Pine, Rhododendron, Juniper, Oak and the ancient remains of the Malla civilization finally reaching the Rara National Park featuring a wide variety of plants and animals and the Rara Lake itself –the gorgeous and biggest Lake in Nepal.

The best visiting time to the lake is September/October and April to May. Let us know if your birthday falls during the trek so that we can make it a memorable one

What's included

  • Airport Pick-up and Drop-off service in a private vehicle
  • 3 nights twin-sharing accommodation in Kathmandu at tourist standard hotel with breakfast
  • Full day guided city tour in Kathmandu (Day 2) by a private vehicle
  • Welcome and farewell dinner at one of the best Nepalese restaurants with traditional, ethnic music and dance
  • Airport transfer for domestic flight
  • Special travel permit
  • Kathmandu-Nepaljung-Jumla-Nepalgunj-Kathmandu flight tickets and departure tax
  • Three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) during the trek
  • All accommodations on a trek (Lodge/Tea house/Tent)
  • Fresh seasonable fruits after dinner (while on a trek)
  • Tea/Coffee (Served in a cup only)
  • Purified drinking water (medicated safe to drink) during the trek
  • Government licensed and well trained English speaking guide and his entire expenses
  • Porters (One porter for each 2 members) and his entire expenses
  • Insurance of Guide and Porter
  • All required local and government taxes
  • Down jackets and sleeping bags (if required)
  • Desire Adventures duffel bag if required
  • Desire AdventuresTrekking T- Shirt
  • Trekking route map
What's Excluded
  • Nepal arrival visa
  • Meals in the city except breakfast and other mentioned special dinner
  • Personal expenses
  • Extra Hot showers, Wi-Fi & battery charging while on a trek
  • Extra baggage excess while flying to Lukla (15 kg included)
  • Extra porter if you required 
  • Monument entrance fees while on a tour in Kathmandu (aprox USD25 per person)
  • Your travel insurance that covers Helicopter evacuation
  • Any other extended trips and accommodation
  • Tipping to staff (as an appreciation)

While arriving in Tribhuvan international Airport (TIA) you will be received by our team member and will be guided to your respective hotel. After freshening up, we will meet at Desire Adventures office to discuss about the trek. You will also meet your guide here. Nevertheless, if you have an evening flight, you will be directly guided to a Nepali restaurant where you can enjoy the local Nepali cuisine with cultural programs.

Meals Included: Dinner

Highlights of the day: Scenic view of the country from the airplane, introduction to Nepali culture with food, music and dance

Today, we explore the capital city of Nepal. Kathmandu is a city of temples, stupas and monuments. We don’t want you to miss out on the artistry and historic beauty Kathmandu has to offer thus we take you on an adventure around the valley. We will visit some outstanding monuments, UNESCO World Heritagge Sites and explore the local streets of Kathmandu. After spending the day, we will meet again for the final preparation before we leave for the trek tomorrow

Meal included: Breakfast

Highlights of the day: World Heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pasupatinath Temple, Swyambhunath, Boudhanath and Patan Durbar Square.

After touring around the city, we fly to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu today. Situated in the flat belts of Nepal, it takes about an hour to reach Nepalgunj. Upon reaching the Sanja Airport in Nepalgunj, we will be transferred to our hotel via a private car where we can be refreshed. Later, we can visit the famous Muslim market, mini zoo and the local Tharu villages.

Meal included: Breakfast

Highlights of the day: panoramic flight to Nepalgunj, introduction to the Tharu community of Nepal.

Early in the morning after having breakfast, we return to the airport and catch our flight to Jumla. Short Takeoff and Landing (STOL) airport, therefore, we fly from Nealgunj to Jumla on a STOL aircraft. From the plainland of Terai, we fly off to the further north west of the country to the hilly landscape of Jumla situated on the foothills of Sisne Himalaya. After a 20 minute flight, we reach Jumla and spend the rest of the day exploring the least accessible and most remote area and getting prepared for the next day’s walk. The night will be spent in a tea house in Jumla.

Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Scenic view from the airplane to reach Jumla. Explore the most remote areas and settlements of Nepal

We strat our official trek today. From Jumla, early in the morning we ascend towards Chere Chau. The trail passes along settlements like Simkhada, Ghugumti and Ratamata. We walk along the trail of the Jugad Khola and reach Cheche Chaul; a high altitude meadow from where one can enjoy a splendid view of the Jumla Valley. The evening will be spent exploring the Chere Chaur area.

Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Khalanga Bazar, a marketplace for the villagers, villages and temples along the way, passing the Jugad Khola (river) and enjoying the brilliant scenario of the North West.

After breakfast today, we will continue our walk towards ChalaChaur. Heading west from Chere Chaur, we will first come across Jaljala Chaur with vast meadows. We can also spot horses grazing with a dazzling view here. The night will be spent at a common teahouse.

Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Local market, villages with local settlements and lifestyle, the company of Syaule Khola along the trial, temples, the soothing forest and meadows and the splendid view of the Jumla Valley.

From Chalachaur we walk towards further west and cross settlements like garja, Musedani, Dhaulapani and Dhobighat. The trail is moderately straight and we will pass many meadows along the way.Upon reaching Sinja, we will explore the remains of the ancient palaces and paddy fields. Sinja, once a capital of the Malla Dynasty from 12th -14th century, is a small village situated on the bank of the Hima River. It is mainly occupied by people belonging to Brahmin and the Chhetri community. The night will be spent at Sinja Valley.

Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Walk alongside the Jaljala River and the small settlements, paddy fields, the shrine of the Masta-Bhavani cult, stone temple, fountain and pillar dating back to the Khas Malla dynasties, ancient royal palace-the summer capital of Khas Malla rulers in Sinja, the temple of Uma Maheshwar inside the temple, statue of deity of Buddhist origin in the shrine of the ancient royal palace and the Sinja Valle settlement.

Today we will trek to Ghorosingha, situated at 3050m. From Sinja, we walk east towards Laha. We walk alongside the Hima Nadi and upon reaching Laha, we ascend further North and walk along the Rara trail to reach Ghorosingha.  An army post that looks like a Holywood ranch marks the arrival of Ghorosingha. The night will be spent in a very basic tea house in Ghorosingha.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Mesmerizing trail from Sinja to Ghorosingha along the Ghatta River.

Today is the day we will be viewing Rara for the 1st time. From Ghorosingha, we ascend further north east and cross Chuchamare Dand, reach Katyar Khola Camp, pass along few settlements and finally reach Rara Lake. The night will be spent at a basic teahouse in Rara.

 Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Astonishing view of the Rara Lake, highest point in Chuchamare Danda providing the panoramic view of the Western Himalayas, vegetations and dense forest in the Rara National Park.

Since we trekked all the way to come to the Lake, we will spend a day exploring the lake and its surroundings. The surrounding dense forest provides the right environment for birds and animals to flourish. If you are lucky you will get to spot otters, rhesus, langur, Himalayan Thar, serows, musk deer and so on. We can also go boating around the lake and enjoy the beautiful settings of the lake and a few varieties of fishes as well. If time permits, we will also visit the village of Murma and hike up to Murma Top, to enjoy the stunning view of the lakes and the surrounding mountains.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Tranquil setting of the Rara Lake area and its surrounding.

After breakfast at Rara Lake, a relatively easy walk on a straight path will first take us to Gamgadhi. It is the headquarter of the Mugu District from where the trail descends through the forest of Pine, Oak, Juniper, Rhododendron to Jhyari Khola. From here, a short uphill walk and then on a level path through the pine forest will finally take us to Pina. The night will be spent in a very basic tea house in Pina.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Forest of Pine, Oak, Juniper, Rhododendron; musk deer and pheasants; the district headquarter of Mugu; traditional settlement of people and temples en route.

After breakfast today, we descend down to Bumra or Nauri Ghat. Following the circuit trail. We walk past the Guruchu Langa and will be greeted by praer flags and stone manis. Decending further down. We exit the national park  and reach Bulbule then further south to Bumra past the fields around Chautha and few small settlements. The night will be spent in a very basic tea house in Bumra.

Meals included: Brekfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: View of the Karnali River and snow-capped peaks bordering Tibet and Nepal; Chortens, cairns and prayer flags; spruce and pine forest and meadows and the experience of rocky trail.

Today we will leave Bumra and walk towards Jumla  to catch the plane back. We cross two suspension bridges above Hima River and walk downhill. After walking for a few hours, we get to a hot spring where we can ease our aching body with a dip. We then continue walking and cross Danphe Lagna and reach Cherechaur. From here we follow the same trail we took couple of days back and reach Jumla. Overnight stay at Jumla.

Meals included: Brekfast, Lunch, Dinner

Highlights of the day: Breathtaking view of the circuit along the way, hot spring to ease off the trek stress, crossing of suspension bridges.

After bidding farewell to the Rara Lake, we take our flight back to Nepalgunj from Jumla and continue the flight from Nepalgunj to Kathmandu. Upon reaching the capital, you can either rest or choose to wander around the streets and buy souvenirs. We will also host a departure dinner for you where you can share your trekking experience in one of the most remote areas of Nepal.

Meals included: Breakfast

Highlights of the day: Beautiful view during the flight from Jumla to nepalgunj and nepalgunj to Kathmandu.

Today is the last day of the trip. As per your flight schedule, we will transfer you to the airport (in a private vehicle). If your flight is scheduled in the evening, you can spend a few hours walking along the popular markets in Kathmandu. Moreover, if you are looking to extend your stay in Nepal, Desire Advenutes will help to make arrangements and make your trip worthwhile.

Travel Insurance:

We strongly recommend you to get a travel insurance if you are planning your trek to the Rara Lake. The insurance should cover:

  1. Expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries or accidents
    2. The cost of air ambulance, helicopter rescue or other treatment costs, like the cost of the medicine, hospital charges, doctor’s fee and repatriation cost.
    3. All extra activities that you are planning, during your stay in Nepal.
    4. Death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations.

    Meals and Accommodation during the Rara Lake Trek:
    The company makes the arrangement of all meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) plus tea/coffee, during the trek. However, in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj, only breakfast will be served. The team leaders, however, will suggest the best places for lunch and dinner in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj, so that you can eat as per your choice and budget. Typical Nepali food, made using local ingredients will be served, during the trek. The chances of getting western food are very rare in this area. Nevertheless, the food served during the trek will be fresh and plentiful.
    Your accommodation is arranged in a tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu and Nepalgunj. During the trek, the accommodation is arranged in a very basic tea house or lodge with shared amenities. Tea houses in the higher altitudes have fewer facilities than those in the lower altitude.

    Emergency Fund and Optional Activities

USD 200 (or an amount equivalent to USD 200) can be set aside as an emergency fund. This fund is kept as security money during the trek and will be utilized in the case of any changes in the itinerary caused by unforeseen natural disaster (which is very rare though).

Health and Medication for the trek
Some days might involve a lot of uphills and some might require a good mindset with excellent stamina. Thus, The Rara Lake Trekking trails in Nepal demand excellent health condition. Thus,  we highly suggest you to get a physical examination at least 4-6 weeks, or longer and seek advice, medication and permission from your doctor, in advance of your trip. It is also recommended to take expert guidance from your local General Practitioner or physician having good knowledge of travel medicines. Make sure that you are screened for illnesses such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, anemia, ulcer disease, cardiovascular disease and lung related problems. Cardiovascular risk assessment should also be made, especially for anyone with a strong family history or person with over the age of 40. Get a good dental check up. Identify medicines that you are allergic to. Make sure you are immunized and vaccinated against measles, mumps, rubella, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis, varicella, Hemophilus influenza type b infection, Hepatitis A and B Typhoid, rabies, yellow fever, cholera, meningococcal disease and encephalitis. In the absence of GP, we recommend you to seek advice from travel clinics.

We would highly recommend you to carry your regular personal medicines along with a First Aid kit. Additionally, we also request you to add blister kit, sunscreen, bandages, insect repellent containing DEET, topical antibiotic cream, iodine tablets and /or water filter, Diamox or Acetazolamide, Acetaminophen or Tylenol for analgesia, Ibuprofen or Advil for analgesia and as an anti-inflammatory agent, Immodium or Lomotil for diarrhea, Afrin-a nasal decongestant, Pepcid or Zantac for heartburn, an antibiotic, especially a Quinolone such as Ciprofloxacin or Leavaquin, pain medicine such as Tylenol with codeine or Hydrocodone and last but not the least, if you are prone to exercise-induced Asthma or Asthma associated with bronchitis or upper respiratory infections, we suggest you to bring Asthma inhaler.

Nevertheless, we request you inform us regarding your present health condition, medical situation, preceding illnesses and the regular medications you are taking. We also expect you to be honest regarding these issues, so that we can get prepared for emergencies.


Medical Facilities in Nepal:
It is very easy to find a hospital or a private clinic in the Kathmandu Valley. In fact, Nepal’s top general hospitals and private clinics are located in Kathmandu. These hospitals and private clinics provide top quality service. Nepalgunj also has a good number of general hospitals. All kinds of medicines are available in Kathmandu. So, in case you’ve forgotten to bring your medicine, we recommend you to buy it in Kathmandu. During the trekking, you can take help from the health posts that have been set up by the government to provide health and medical facilities for both local and visitors.



Climate and Geography

The climate of Nepal varies according to the elevation. The humid, tropical Terai receives the most monsoonal rain and records the country’s highest temperature. The lower hills (900-2,700meters), including Kathmandu Valley are sub-tropical, with hot summer and moderate winters with only the occasional frost. The higher hills (2,700-4,000 meters) are temperate as the hills get plenty of rain, fog and frost. Above 4,000meters, the mountains have cooler, drier alpine climate and daily temperatures vary wildly depending on sunshine, wind and altitude.


Communication Facilities

Our team representatives will be carrying a mobile phone which can be used in the case of emergencies or if you want to contact anyone.

Postal, Freight and Cargo Services:

The Central Post office is located in Kathmandu near NTC Building in Newroad. It is open Monday to Friday. The opening and closing time from Monday to Thursday is 10:00 am and 5:00 pm respectively; however, on Friday the office is closed after 3:00 pm. Stamps, aerogram and postcards can be purchased from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. You can enjoy the services like registration and insurance of mail and packages and IRCs exchange. Large parcels are handled by the Foreign Post Office, which is open Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Express Mail Service (EMS) is available at GPO and at Thamel, Basantapur and airport postal counters. Postal counters are also situated at the airport in Kathmandu.

Telephone Services:

Both landline and mobile phone services are available in Nepal. Nepal Telecommunication Corporation located at Tripureshwor is a national service provider that provides telephone, fax, telex, STD, ISD and telegraph services. Some private sectors also provide telephone services. Network coverage is good throughout Nepal except in some rural Himalayan places. Almost all the hotels and private communication sectors provide long distance telephone and fax facilities. During your stay in Nepal, you can buy and use a local SIM card. (requires 2 passport size photos and passport visa copy to purchase the SIM).

The country code for Nepal is 00977 and the area code of Kathmandu is 01. For other inquiries regarding the telephone number 197 can be used. Long distance call rates can be quite expensive; therefore, it is best to use the internet phone. Internet phones are easily accessible in the major cities of Nepal.

Internet Services:

Email and Internet services are very popular in most part of the country these days. All you need to do is find an internet café. Most of the hotels in the major cities of Nepal provide internet service for the convenience of their guests. The rates in the cities are much lesser compared to the rates in the rural areas. Most of these internet cafes also provide fax, and photocopy.

Local Transportation

Apps like Maps.me and Google Maps will navigate through a lot of landmarks and streets. Most urban areas in Nepal are mapped out good enough to find your way.

For offline navigation you can use a free Kathmandu Valley map that is available at the Tourist center of the Nepal Tourism Board and several tourist accommodations. Detailed maps are available in map and book shops in the big tourist areas of Nepal. Most Nepalese in the capital and other major cities know English so language barrier will not be a problem.

There are Taxis with black license plate for private transportation (private taxis may charge slightly higher. No tip is expected) and local transportation like public buses, micro buses and tempos (3-wheelers) running around the city. You could even try rides on local rickshaws, ponies or bullock-carts where they're available. Government run green buses known as Sajha Bus are comfortable and run along the north-south and east-west main roads of the valley. The bus also runs through the insides of the Airport and goes to Thamel. Let the bus conductor know your destination and you will be dropped on the alley that leads you to Thamel. You can also get navigations on your mobile map app to know where you are heading.

Mountain bikes and ordinary bicycles are cheap and the best form of transportation for economy tourists. One can hire them at Thamel, Rani Pokhari and Jhochhen, all in Kathmandu. Mountain bikes can also be hired in Pokhara, Lumbini and Chitwan.

Tourist bus service provides easy transportation to prime areas like Pokhara and Chitwan. For other destinations, long distance day or night bus services are available from Kathmandu to all major cities. Out-of-valley bound buses leave from New Bus Park at Gongabu at Ring Road near Balaju, Kathmandu.


Nepalese Currency and Exchange

Nepal has modern banking facilities and some of the International Banks have their own offices in Kathmandu. Almost all foreign currencies along with credit cards such as American Express, Visa and Master Card, etc. are accepted in Nepal at major hotels, shops and restaurants. Most ATMs will accept Visa and Master Cards. Banks are open 9 am to 3 pm Sunday through Thursday and 9 am to 1 pm on Friday

Visa Information

It is very easy to obtain Nepal’s visa. You may either apply for a visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/Consulate or Mission offices in your own country or you can buy this upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. To apply for a visa, you need 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees in US dollars and your passport that is valid for at least 6 months before the trip. However, nationals of SAARC countries (India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives and Afghanistan) and China do not require any visa to visit Nepal. Transit visa for foreign nationalities is only provided for 3 days. Therefore, visa is required for longer stays. However, for the convenience or foreign nationals, a visa is also provided from the borders listed below:

Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu)

Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)

Birgunj, Parsa (Central Nepal)

Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border of Nepal)

Belhiya, Bhairahawa (Western Nepal)

Jamuna, Nepalgunj (Mid Western Nepal)

Mohana, Dhangadhi (Far Western Nepal)

Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Far Western Nepal)


Tourist Visa Fees:

Transit visa (3 days) – Free of cost

Multiple entry (15 days) – 25 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (30 days) – 40 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (90 days) – 100 USD or equivalent convertible currency

(For more information, please contact the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan,Dillibazar, Kathmandu.

Tel: 00977-4433934, 4429660, 4438862, 4438868. You can also download visa form from – www.immi.gov.np)


• Travel documents: passport, visa, travel insurance, air tickets, voucher, passport sized photo
• Hand Sanitizers
• Reading/writing materials
• Waist Bag
• First-aid kit (containing lip balm, Aspirin/paracetamol, Band Aids/plasters, bandage for sprains, iodine or water purifier, Moleskin for blisters, antiseptic for cuts, anti-bacterial throat lozenges, anti-histamine, Imodium or similar tablets for diarrhea, re-hydration powder, Norfloxacin or Ciprofloxin, antibiotic for Girdia, Diamox and any extra prescription drugs you are currently taking)
• Protein bars, chocolates, dried fruits, candies and snack foods
• Swiss army knife
• Sleeping bag (if necessary)
• Light weight Towel
• Swimsuit
• Toiletries (quick drying towel, toothbrush, toothpaste, multipurpose soap, deodorant, nail clippers, face and body moisturizer, feminine hygiene products, small mirror
• Lighter
• Insect/ Mosquito repellent
 • Refillable water bottle
• sunglasses, scarf
• Bag liners
• Wind and waterproof shell jacket & trousers (preferably breathable fabric)
• Comfortable walking shoes
• Running shoes or sandals
• Socks: thick wool blend and thin cotton to be worn in combination
• Lightweight thermal gloves
• Underwear and Shorts
• T Shirts 2 or 3
• Long sleeved shirt
• Trekking/Hiking boots with spare laces
• Lightweight long trousers (no jeans) 2-3

Special Checklist for winter and high altitude

  • Layers/ Thermals/ puffy or down jacket
  • Heavyweight woolen jumper
  • Fleece pant/ trousers
  • Gloves or mittens
  • Woolen hiking socks
  • Knee-length boots



Special Checklist for Summer

  • Layering thin jacket
  • Light jumper/ Fleece
  • Sunscreen/ Sunglasses
  • Trekking knee length shorts
  • Slipper
  • Liner socks
  • Sweat proof t-shirts

Our Guides:

With growing tourism in Nepal, the growth of travel and expedition companies have mounted to its peak. The companies seek the best leaders and guides to compete in the market while giving the best service to the clients. Although there are a numbers of companies promising you the best trip of your life, many neglect giving the knowledge on safety measurements and sustainable tourism to their team. From luxury travels to pocket friendly trips, our team guides deliver you the best of Nepal keeping your schedule, preference and welfare in mind.

Extensive insights on history and culture of the country:

Nepal has abundance of cultural and natural beauty. The charming architecture and rich history of the temples and Stupas are listed under UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Our guides are well learned and experienced to give you insights on the country's hidden history and natural beauty. From world renowned sites to less traveled local areas, we make sure to provide you information on the benevolent locals, culture and lands that stretch out from the mighty Himalayas to the Terai Plains.

Round the clock service:

Our guides provide you exceptional service 24*7 throughout the trek. Weather it requires giving information, helping with communication or any other skills, our team makes sure you get the facilities regardless of timing. We have well trained English speaking guides working in the fields and value your timing and schedule and try to work as compatible as they can. In addition both our office staff and our field staff have exceptional knowledge on the products we offer. With any queries, you can email/ call/ message us as we try to respond as soon as possible. With extensive field study, our office staff constantly communicates with our trekking guides, tour guides and climbing Sherpa’s to update the information in the trekking region.

Licensed with minimum 5 years of experience:

Trekking has been commercialized in the last few years since Nepal was recognized as the most efficient country to trek. With growing commercialization comes competitive market. Nevertheless, our climbing Sherpas and team representatives along with the guides are required to have minimum of 5 years of experience with a certified license.

Importance to Sustainable Tourism:

We value the importance of sustainable economy and development. Thus, we hire local porters, guides and climbers to train them and give them a platform to work for themselves and their family. All our team members belong to local native groups and have been trained for trekking in the Himalayas and other regions of Nepal.

No exceptions with quality and equipments:

Our teams of guides are well trained with proper English speaking and communication skills via education and experience. We are also equipped with first-aid kits and trekking apparatus like oximeters, maps, first-aid kits and mobile phone for emergency.  Perhaps what separates us from others is the relationship our company has with the climbing Sherpa’s and trekking guides.

5:1 Client Guide Ratio

We maintain a 5:1 client guide ratio i.e. with every 5 clients we provide 1 guide. A team leader/guide with be appointed for a team of 5 trekkers in the group. Nevertheless, an assistant leader will also be provided with every addition of 5 pax. You will have 1 porter for 2 trekkers who will be carrying 25-30 kilograms of weight. We wish for your travels to be worthy and adventurous with no difficulties or hurdles. 

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