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Brief Introduction

Trekking is essentially day hiking and doesn't require any special course for it. However, good physical condition, love of walking, and enjoying the spectacular views of the mountains and village life are required. Most important is a love of having fun.
We encourage trekkers to interact with our staff for a more rewarding experience. All our staffs are professionally trained and take care of you with all your trekking interest needs. Viewing the trekkers needs, we have classified our treks as follows:
Deluxe Treks:
These treks are also well known as Camping Organized treks. These treks include all camping equipment (sleeping, kitchen, dinning and toilet tents), food (prepared by our cook with attention towards variety and hygienic and nutrition), services of well-experienced guides, sherpas, porters and, all applicable air and ground transportation, as per trek itineraries. They also include National Park entry and trekking permit, services of liaison officer wherever necessary.
Standard Treks:
These treks are also known as Tea-house Organized treks and include food and accommodation in best available tea-houses (lodges) en-route, services of well-experienced guide, porters, necessary equipment (sleeping bag, down jacket, rain coat, mattresses), all applicable air and ground transportation as per trek itineraries, National Park entry and trekking permits.
Budget Treks:
Services of well-experienced guide, National Park entry and trekking permits, all applicable air and ground transportation as per trek itineraries. (No porter service and services of necessary equipment and food for the trek are provided)
Further, treks are graded into three categories:
E - Easy:
Holidays/weekends are the easiest treks in the Himalayas and involved walking up and down the hills or the reasonable level of earth surface. All short treks of about 4-6 days are included in this category.
M - Moderate:
Treks in this category are designed for 7-15 days that rely upon the trekkers' needs as well. These treks take you up to an elevation of 3000 m above sea level, though some demands 15 days more above 5000 m high.
C - Challenging:
All longer treks exceeding 15 days duration are in this category. These treks include high passes above 5000 m taking you to high mountains/deserts. So, the treks in this category are a real challenge and provide you with an opportunity to observe old life-style, culture, and tradition of the people living in these places.

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