Nepal Teahouse Trekking

Post Earthquake - Current Conditions in Nepal for Trekking

At the time of this writing (September 2015) a tourist visiting Nepal wanting to trek will find that the only real area where caution should be exercised is in the Langtang area because of landslides.  Trekking areas including the Everest Base Camp, Gokiyo, other areas near Everest, and the Annapurna region are deemed safe for trekking by the Nepalese government.

Yes, there was damage to historical monuments and some buildings as well as to village houses, but for the most part Nepal awaits your visit and your desire to trek.

Welcome to Nepal

Hem at Pass

A wonderful land located in Southern Asia, between India and China (Tibet). Its terrain ranges from subtropical jungle to the snowcapped Himalaya, and contains eight of the world’s 14 highest mountains. The best known and highest of all is Mount Everest (8848m), which lies on the northern border of the country. The world’s third highest mountain, Kanchenjunga, is also in Nepal.

Nepal is a country of amazing extremes, with three distinct regions – Plain, Hill and Mountain; five climate zones – Tropical, Temperate, Cold, Subarctic and Arctic; and five seasons - summer, monsoon, autumn, winter and spring.

The cultural landscape is equally diverse, and the people are very friendly.

Introducing your Trekking Guide, Hem

For over 10 years Hem Adhikari has been a trekking guide in the Annapurna region. He is licensed by the Nepalese Government and can provide his services on a personal basis or through an Agency.

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