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Travel Trekking Guide For Nepal Visit

Our team at Protrek Adventure has been successfully organizing adventure trips in Nepal and has guides thousands of people with their dreams of climbing the Himalayas. Everest base camp trek and Annapurna base camp trek are the most popular treks in this region. Treks can vary from 7 days to 25 days. Expeditions on the other hand can range from 15 days to about 2 months, depending the altitude and technicality of the peak.

Food is a massive part of the Nepalese culture from Newari food to Tibetan food to just the classic Dal Bhat. There is a saying that goes like Dal Bhat power 24-hour. Dal Bhat is basically the local traditional Nepalese meal. Dal Bhat usually consists of a massive plate of rice, a curry whether that's a vegetable or chicken or buff and then a dal lentil soup which is absolutely delicious. And then you often have these little crackers or chapati.

The great thing about having Dal Bhat is once you finish one portion, they will give you another portion and it keeps coming and coming. It's great value for money and it tastes absolutely delicious. Also, you have to try the Newari food if you are in Kathmandu. There are so many different places to go to just aside from trekking for example you have places like Kathmandu which is full of history or things like Pokhara which is more nature and beautiful surrounding mountains and then you also have places like Chitwan which is a national park.

If you go west or east then you get into the really remote places of Nepal where not many tourists go and then of course you have the incredible mighty Himalayas. Trekking is obviously one of the biggest attractions when it comes to going to Nepal for a lot of people. 95 percent of people actually visit Nepal for trekking activities because the mountains and the Himalayas are absolutely incredible.

Protrek Adventure specialize in organizing treks and expeditions in the Nepal Himalayas. Nepal is one of the safest countries to travel for every tourist. Moving around the country is one of the most thrilling experiences that you might have. If you are planning on going trekking then you can buy all of your equipment and everything you need in Kathmandu or Pokhara.

You don’t actually need to buy it before you go because there are so many shops in Thamel. They’re selling everything from jackets to boots to absolutely everything you could ever desire they will have it in either Kathmandu or Pokhara. Before you do any trekking in Nepal you will need to get a Tim's card and a national park permit. This is absolutely compulsory and you have to get it.

Protrek Adventure team will have it read before you arrive in Kathmandu. Altitude sickness is not a joke so if you do go trekking and you’ve never done it before and you start to feel AMS acute mountain sickness then head down. Travel insurance absolutely is a must when you visit Nepal.