FAQs Frequently Asking Questions Peak Climbing and Expedition
Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition
EMAIL US: info@peakclimbingnepal.com
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  1. When can I book your trip?
    Our booking is open for throughout the year. You can choose your best trekking and climbing trip which you want to do and let us know. We always offer some fixed departure, which are always guaranteed and we also provide private trips as per your own time schedule. Trekking and general climbing trips can be booked 3/4 weeks prior from trip start date and serious climbing and expedition trips need to be booked minimum 4 months prior of trip start date.
  2. What are the payment policy and procedure for trip booking?
    As per our company’s rule and regulation, you need to send us 20% advance payment to be confirmed through bank transfer, money transfer, credit card or whichever suitable for you.
  1. What are the best seasons for Trekking and climbing in Nepal?
    Generally, Trekking and climbing activities in Nepal has main 2 seasons; spring and autumn. But some trekking routes also can do in other seasons too. Check our individual package trips to find best season and time for particular trip.
  2. How hard and tough is the trek in the Himalaya?
    Nepal contains thousands of snow covered peaks including world’s highest mountain ranges. Its difficulty level is depending upon which region you choose for trekking and climbing. We offer very easy trekking to moderate, adventurous and serious climbing trips in Nepal. Every trekker can choose their perfect packages from our website. We also can modify and customized the trips as per your choice too.
  3. What type of insurance should I need to have before coming to Nepal? Can I get insurance there?
    In case of any sickness, injury and unexpected accidents, we hardly prefer to have travel insurance. You cannot get travel insurance here in Nepal, we do not arrange for your personal insurance so you have to make it yourself in own country. All the package costs we provide you are excluded from your personal travel insurance. In some cases, if you are doing serious climbing and adventurous trekking trips in Nepal, if you get sick over there (either by high altitude or physical injury), on the spot we won’t have access of Hospital, need to rescue via helicopter, which is expensive and that only covers from your personal travel insurance.
  4. What will happen if one gets sick during Trekking and Climbing?
    Well, obviously every single climber and trekker might get sick during trekking and climbing in Nepalese Himalayas. First of all, our trekking and climbing expert provide you basic fundamentals and techniques not to be suffering from such sickness. In case of sickness, we do basic treatments, our guides and all staffs are well trained about the sickness and its primary treatments. Our guide carries some metical kids and it is also essential to keep basic medical kids yourself. If the sickness arises from high altitude, we have to get back to low altitude first. If the basic treatment does not work, and if you get more serious, we will immediately arrange helicopter rescue to get back Kathmandu.
  5. Is there any telephone accessibility on route?
    Some of the popular trekking routes are accessible of good tea house lodge as well as accessible of land line telephones, even our mobile phone also works. Apart from it, remote trekking trails and climbing routes, we will be out of telephone reachable. So in that case, we will provide you satellite phone. The charge of satellite phone would be excluded from the trip cost that you need to pay extra as per usages.
  6. How long one must walk everyday on the treks?
    Generally, we need to walk 5-6 hours per day in average. We scientifically designed our itinerary and hours of walk, as per gaining of altitude. In high altitude we do not have to walk fast and long. Slowly and gradually walk only makes your perfect holiday.
  7. Can Nepal Guide Treks provide us experienced Trekking and climbing guides?
    We are authorized and registered trekking and climbing company since decades of experience. We have well experienced trekking and climbing leaders, which you can check in our working team list. Since trekking, climbing and expedition itself is an adventure activity – it is essential to have well experienced team to reduce possible risks and make your successful holiday.
  8. What types of accommodation and meals provide us during Trekking and climbing?
    We provide best of the best tea house lodge where available. And in case of not acerbity of tea house lodges, we provide you camping accommodation with our own sophisticated camping equipments. At tea house lodge, local cook makes hygienic foods as per your choice (can choose from menu) and during camping – our cook will prepare hygienic foods and serves you.
  9. Are the foods & water in the lodges and camps hygienically standard?
    Yes!!! Off course, foods are always hygienically prepared while you are in tea house lodge and tented camp. Most or the cooks in tea house lodge are trained and experienced, before preparing the meal they always check. Similarly, camping crew from Nepal guide treks and expedition team includes guide, Trekking/Climbing guides, porters, cooks and kitchen staffs. They all are well trained in their related works. While talking about drinking water, it is always treated by purification, filtered and boiled.
  10. What does grading (Easy, Moderate, Difficult, Strenuous) means?
    Well, this is a good question. Generally we category types of trekking grade in terms of its difficulties level.
    Easy trekking: smooth and well managed trail. Not more than 3000m altitudes. Suitable for all (beginner, old age & children)
    Moderate Trekking: quite longer in duration and harder than easy trekking.
    Strenuous Trekking: adventurous, close from mountains, altitudes around 4500-5500m. Best examples of strenuous trekking are – Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Manaslu Circuit.
    Adventurous: more than trekking but easy peaks climbing experience (6000m to 6500m peaks climbing)
    Challenging Adventure: 6501m ton 7000m peaks climbing and expedition.
    Technical and serious climbing: Expedition in Nepalese mountains, more than 7000 meter mountains.
  11. Does your company help to arrange domestic flight, international flight, hotel bookings and other services?
    Yes!! We do have good co-ordination between airlines, hotels, vehicle companies and other supporting companies related with travel and trekking activities in Nepal. We can provide you every category of hotel service in cities as per your requirement.
  12. Are your staffs fully equipped? What about their insurance?
    It is very essential to have insurance of Trekking and climbing staffs insurance. Our all staffs are protected by Nepalese insurance company. The cost you pay for any particular trip covers the cost of our staffs insurance, foods and clothing – do not need to pay extra.


Nepal Guide Treks & Expedition P. Ltd. P.O.Box: 8122, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone: +977-14412764, 4412865
Email: info@peakclimbingnepal.com
Skype: nepalguidetreks1
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