Asiana Treks

Poon Hill And Muldai Viewpoints Trekking

Best Price
Destination
Annapurna Region Trek
Duration
11 days
Group size
1 - 15
Level
Easy
Max. Elevation
3120 m / 10236 ft
Best Season
September-November and February to June 15
Accomodation
Gust House
Meals
B/B - B/L/D Trekking
Transportation

TouristBus/4 wheel drive/Plane

Starts / Ends
Kathmandu / Kathmandu

Highlights

    • The trek offers the opportunity to witness the sunrise and sunset from both Poon Hill and Mulde View Point. 
    • Unlike the famous Poon Hill, Mulde Peak remains Unknown off the beaten path, making it a hidden gem for trekkers. 
    • The trek rewards you with a breathtaking 360-degree panorama of the Himalayan mountains from Poon Hill and Mulde View Point. Annapurna South, the iconic Fishtail Peak Dhaulagiri, and Nilgiri create an unforgettable view and nature's grandeur.
    • Trekking through one of the most extensive rhododendron forests in the world. During spring, the forest bursts into a riot of colours with more than a million blooming rhododendron flowers.
    • Opportunity to stay in charming Gurung and Magar villages, providing a glimpse into Nepal's indigenous mountain culture and hospitality. 
    • The trek is lower than 4,000 meters, so there is less risk of altitude sickness.

Overview

Overview

The Poon Hill and Mulde View Point Trek is a delightful Eleven -day short trekking adventure in the mesmerizing Annapurna region of Nepal. This trek offers the opportunity to experience breathtaking sunrise and sunset views from two of the most popular Himalayan viewpoints - Poon Hill and Muldai View Point. While Poon Hill has been a tourist favourite destination for many years, Muldai View Point  remains a hidden gem, overlooked by regular people away from trekking routes.


The journey begins in Kathmandu Sightseeing, and the following day, early in the morning, drive to Pokhara, the City of Seven Lakes. From Pokhara, you embark on a thrilling drive to Nayapul, the starting point of your trek. As you start walking from Nayapul, you'll be greeted by the charm of quaint Gurung and Magar villages nestled beneath the snow-capped peaks of the Annapurna Range and the iconic Machhapucchre (Fishtail) Peak.

As you traverse the trail, you'll find yourself amidst one of the most extensive rhododendron forests in the world. During Spring, this forest comes alive with over a million blooms, painting the path with vibrant colours and creating a truly enchanting ambience.

Your first stop is the picturesque village of Tikhedhunga. From these two vantage points, you'll be rewarded with a stunning 360-degree panorama of over twenty-two Himalayan peaks, including Dhaulagiri, Tukuche Peak, Nilgiri, Annapurna South, and Annapurna I. The breathtaking views from Poon Hill and Muldai View Point make it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and trekkers seeking tranquillity away from the crowds.

The other highlight of the trek is the awe-inspiring sunrise view from Poon Hill. To reach Poon Hill, you'll trek to Ghorepani, passing through the enchanting rhododendron forest. The sunrise view from Poon Hill is a magical moment, as the first rays of sunlight paint the snow-capped peaks in golden hues, creating a mesmerising spectacle that stays etched in your memory forever.

After relishing the views from Poon Hill and have breakfast at Ghorepani , you'll ascend to Deurali to serene and peace with the spot of Dobato, marking the end of your short and sweet trek.

The Poon Hill and Mulde View Point Trek are ideal for those seeking a relatively easy Himalayan trek with breathtaking vistas. It is perfect for beginners and families with kids. While good health is essential for trekking, prior experience in hill walking is beneficial. The best seasons to embark on this adventure are Spring, autumn, and winter, as the weather during these times offers clear skies and stunning views of the majestic Himalayan peaks.

Overall, the Poon Hill and Mulde View Points Trek promises an unforgettable experience, where you'll be immersed in the natural beauty of the Annapurna region, surrounded by towering mountains, lush forests, and the warm hospitality of the local communities.

Poon Hill and Mulde View  Point Trekking Itinerary:


Asiana Treks and Tours has the perfect Poon Hill and Mulde View Point Trek itinerary. Travelers who desire to explore Nepal with moderate physical fitness. You'll discover the best places for breathtaking views from the city to the countryside and experience an unforgettable lifetime journey.


Poon Hill and Mulde View Point Trekking Distance:


Poon Hill and Mulde View point Trekking spans approximately 45 kilometers, or 27 miles, depending on the chosen itinerary.

This route typically spans 12 days. Our package tour ensures reliability in terms of cost, itinerary, and overall experience. The Poon Hill short trek typically ranges from US$ 315 to 395 with variations depending on group size, service level, guide and porter services, transportation preferences, and accommodation choices. This cost estimation is subject to the type s of trekking gear and accommodation preferences.



Poon Hill and Mulde  View Point Trekking route:


Poon Hill's and Mulde View point Trekking route showcases awe-inspiring natural beauty. Starting in lush valleys with terraced fields and traditional villages, the journey unfolds amidst the Himalayan foothills. Rhododendron forests bloom in spring, accompanied by cascading waterfalls and snow-capped peaks. Traversing wildflowers, leading to panoramic views of towering peaks like Dhauligiri Range, Annapurna Range, Iconic Machhapuchhre (Fishtail Mountain) Lamjung Himal and Manaslu on clear days. The trek promises unforgettable moments, whether you're a seasoned trekker or novice adventurer, offering an unparalleled journey through Earth's most breathtaking landscapes.


Poon Hill and Mulde  view point Trekking price:


Our package tour ensures reliability in terms of cost, itinerary, and overall experience. For Nepali citizens, the Poon hill trek typically ranges from US$ 315 to 475, and for foreigners, US$ 375 to 595, variations depending on group size, service level, guide and porter services, transportation preferences, and accommodation category in Kathmandu. This cost estimation is subject to the types of trekking gear and accommodation preferences. However, we could end the trek is sightseeing in Pokhara and exploration.


Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trekking Height:


The Poon Hill and Mulde view point Trek begins in the lively city of Kathmandu at an altitude of 1,400 meters. From Kathmandu, you will drive to Pokhara(827 meters). During the trek, you will ascend to the famous Tamang village. The highest point you will get is Ghorepani, which is 2,450 meters above sea level. From there, descend to Tadapani; you will head towards Ghandruk, then after Pokhara, and then back to Kathmandu.


Major village in Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trekking:


The major villages in Poon Hill and Mulde view Trekking route include  Birethati, Tikhedhunga, Ulleri, Banthali, Ghorepani, Dobato Muldaivie point Tadapani, and Ghandruk back to Nayapul to Pokhara. The return journey includes sightseeing in Pokhara before driving back to Kathmandu. These villages are significant landmarks, offering scenic beauty and accommodation options along the trekking route.




Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trekking View point:


The Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trek offers breathtaking viewpoints, showcasing stunning panoramas of the surrounding Himalayan peaks. Here are the critical views along the route:


Tadapani: Tadapani is a tranquil and peaceful place. Surrounded by Rhododendron and ever-green forest, it is the best location for overlooking the best view. In the Breezi morning, you have the best sunrise view of the stunning "Fish Tail" peak (Machhapuchhre) and Annapurna South and Himchuli right in front of you. 


Ghandruk: Ghandruk is the big and significant village of the Gurung people. It's located in front of the Annapurna, Himchuli, and Fishtail mountains. From here, you can see the glacier of Annapurna South. The village deserves a breathtaking view near Modi Khola,  Annapurna, Himchuli, and Fishtail Mountains from the Annapurna conservation head office.


Poon Hill: Witness the iconic sunrise at an altitude of 3,210 meters, with panoramic views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.




Biodiversity of  Poon Hill and Mulde View Point Trekking: 


The Poonhill and Mulde view point Trekking trail is a biodiversity hotspot, perfect for nature lovers. Lush forests in the lower regions house various bird species, including rhododendrons and bamboo with vibrant wildflowers. Look out for elusive wildlife like Jakle and snow leopards, Dears while diverse birdlife, adds to the experience. This trek offers a captivating glimpse of serene ecosystems, promising an unforgettable journey through nature's diversity.



Festivals and culture Poon Hill  and Mulde View  Point Trekking:

 

You'll immerse yourself in vibrant festivals and cultural traditions along the Poon Hill and Muldai view point Trekking route. The region, predominantly inhabited by ethnic groups like the Gurungs and Magars, celebrates various festivals. 

Dashain, typically in September or October, is a significant Hindu festival symbolizing the triumph of good over evil. Villages burst with colorful decorations, music, and dances as families gather for blessings and feasts.

Tihar, known as the Festival of Lights, falls in October or November. This five-day celebration honors animals and the goddess of wealth, Laxmi. Oil lamps light up homes, and rituals bring prosperity and fortune.

These festivals offer a unique and lifetime experience, as well as Nepalese culture with the majestic beauty of the Himalayas.


Advantage book with Asiana Treks and tours:


  • Private transport for airport transfers to/from your hotel.
  • Trip briefing on Facebook and online if you love to connect.
  • Last minute booking at your hotel at a suitable time after your arrival.
  • Easy booking and reservation system.
  • Multi-channel communication via Email, WhatsApp, Facebook, Viber, Skyp  24/7 phone communication at +977-9851076270
  • Free excess luggage storage during the trek
  • Pulse oximeters for monitoring blood oxygen saturation at high altitudes to detect altitude sickness early
  • Medical kits along the trek and hot airbags are available in winter
  • Arrange sleeping bags, duffel bags, down jackets, and walking pools if you don't have your own.


Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trekking Booking:


Asiana Treks and Tours is the best and most trusted trek and tour company operator authorized by the Nepal government. We require a 10% advance payment to book your trip, and you'll need to send us a copy of your passport, photos, travel insurance, and flight details as soon as you book a tour with us. You can use bank transfer, or any other way like Western Union, or online via our website, which is easy. The remaining trip cost can be paid upon arrival in Nepal. We offer last-minute bookings, but changes may occur due to circumstances like bad weather. 



Transportation for Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point Trekking:


We pride ourselves on our flexible transportation options according to our Itinerary, which includes planes, helicopters, tourist buses, coasters, vans, jeeps, and cars. These are tailored to our Clints' specific needs, preferences, itineraries, and agreements, ensuring a comfortable and personalized travel experience. However, we provide Tourist buses to and from Pokhara, and Lumbini, Private transportation from Nayapul to and from Sewai and Kathmandu sightseeing private vehicle as per the group size and Itinerary, and optional flight to and from Pokhara at extra cost.


Poon Hill and Mulde view point Trekking Start: 


Your Poon Hill  and Mulde view Trekking begins with a warm welcome in Kathmandu. Our dedicated team will be there to greet you as soon as you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport. We'll then escort you to your hotel in a private vehicle, ensuring a comfortable and hassle-free start to your adventure, and setting the tone for a memorable journey.

If you miss the regular trip briefing, don't worry. We'll provide it at a convenient time before departure, Pokhara, either before a World Heritage tour the following morning or the next day; we'll then proceed to Pokhara by tourist bus, departing around 7 a.m. from your Hotel, Kathmandu.

The package includes transportation by private transportation from Kathmandu to Sundarijal and back from your trekking ending Points. offering a comfortable and scenic journey. 


Currency Exchange:


The Nepalese rupee is Nepali currency, and 1 USD is approximately 130 NPR. Only NPR is accepted in Nepal, so it's best to bring cash to facilitate transactions. Banks and ATMs in Kathmandu provide currency exchange services but note that most banks prefer new, crisp notess



Guide and Porter Arrangement Poon Hill  and Mulde view point Trekking:



Our company, Asiana Treks and Tours, focuses on responsible tourism in Nepal. We make sure our guides and porters are well-trained in Trekking and mountaineering. They know a lot about the areas we go to, including geography, history, customs, and culture. We train them regularly in safety, first aid, and environmental conservation. We follow guidelines to treat our porters fairly, providing them with good pay, accommodation, and meals during treks. Our guides and porters are essential team members, and we appreciate their hard work. When you trek with us, you support ethical tourism in Nepal, making your trip meaningful and memorable.

Asiana Treks and Tours prioritizes your safety and enjoyment. Our knowledgeable guides, reliable equipment, and safety measures ensure a great trekking experience in Nepal.



Porter, Luggage, and extra Luggage storage:


    We cover the cost of porters for your luggage, but the maximum weight limit is 12 kg per person. Each porter carries luggage for two trekkers; please share a duffle bag with another. Our porters will carry up to 25 kg each. If you need a porter for yourself, we can arrange that. We also recommend carrying a small backpack for your valuables and important documents. You can leave extra luggage at our office in Kathmandu. 


    Accommodation In Poon Hill and  Mulde view point Trekking


    Accommodation during the Poon Hill and Mulde View Trek varies. Along the trekking route, you'll stay in guest houses, commonly known as teahouses. These basic lodges offer rooms, dining areas, and toilets. The quality of guest houses varies but remains affordable and convenient for trekkers. Rooms typically have twin or bunk beds and shared bathrooms, and blankets and pillows are provided. Our company can offer a sleeping bag if you don't have one. You'll spend nine nights in lodges along the trekking route, and a night hotel in Kathmandu. We can arrange a solo trekking service if you're traveling solo. 


    Meals during the trip:


    Eating well is essential since the Poon Hill and Mulde view point Trek takes you through the high Himalayas. You'll have plenty of nutritious meals in the trekking regions, although the options won't be as varied as in the cities. You'll get fourteen breakfasts, eleven lunches, and ten dinners during the Trek. The menu includes local, Asian, and Western dishes, but it gets more straightforward as you climb higher. Try popular Nepali foods like lentils, rice, curry, dumplings, noodles, Spagaties, and many more. We highly recommend eating fresh vegetables and drinking liquids like green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup, especially at high altitudes. While non-vegetarian options are available during the Trek, we suggest avoiding them for hygiene reasons. It's also best to steer clear of dairy, cheese, alcohol, caffeine, and hot chocolate. Personal expenses like alcoholic drinks and extra beverages at lodges or cafes aren't included in the package. 


    Drinking water:


    Nepal is the second country in the world regarding water sources after Brazil. According to the Nepal government, only 27% of people here have clean drinking water. However drinking water is not a big deal in this trekking, you can buy mineral water in teahouses, We recommend you carry Steripen, iodine drops, water purification tablets for safe drinking, and refillable water bottles for boiled or filtered water. We strongly advise not to drink from taps, wells, and rivers in trekking areas. However, in all the city areas, Mineral water is available at a reasonable cost everywhere.


    Extra Personal Expenses:


    While most expenses during the Trek are covered, you'll need to spend money on accommodations and meals. If you love to take souvenirs and additional beverages. We estimate about USD 10-20 per trekking day for miscellaneous expenses.


    Toilet Facilities in Poon Hill Trekking:


    Most teahouses have Western-style flush toilets during mountain treks, especially at lower elevations. But as you go higher, find simple squat toilets along the trails and teahouses at higher altitudes. These toilets usually have water or toilet paper, but it's a good idea to bring your toilet paper just in case. You can also use restrooms at nearby teahouses or find a private spot along the trekking routes. However, this trekking route does have not any problem with Toilets. 


    Internet Connectivity:


    While trekking in the Himalayan and Hilly region of Nepal, connecting with your family and friends is also a good idea. You can find internet access at teahouses and lodges, but it might be extra minimal cost. The signal might be weak because of the remote location. You can also get internet access using a local SIM card and data packages available at Kathmandu airport or nearby shops in Thamel and Pokhara. You'll have a passport-sized photo and a copy of your passport to get a SIM card. It's a good idea to compare prices and data packages from telecom companies like Ncell and Nepal Telecom before buying. Knowing about teahouse connectivity. Our guide will suggest connections for you. However, connections are best for this trek.


    Electricity voltage and plugs:


    However, 95 % of Nepali people have access to electricity as of May 29, 2023. almost popular trekking routes, teahouses, and lodges have electricity. However, some isolated and solo trekking tea houses in the jungle don't have electricity; Most of these tea houses let travelers charge their devices for a small fee. The average electrical voltage in Nepal is 230 volts, with plug types like Type C, Type D, and Type M. Travellers should bring a suitable adapter and, if needed, a voltage converter for their electronic devices.


    Communication in Poon Hill and Mulde View point Trekking:


    The guest houses in the trekking regions have internet access. You could buy a SIM card at Tribhuvan International Airport Kathmandu. However, the signal may need to be more assertive at high altitudes. Our office keeps in touch with all trekking teams via the trek guide at least once daily to ensure everything goes as planned.


    Trip Extension:


    Suppose you have extra days in Nepal after the Trek. In that case, we can arrange a tour, overnight stay at Nagarkot Balthali or any other place around Kathmandu and Chitwan, jungle safari, paragliding, rafting, canyoning, or other treks. Do not hesitate to Inform us. We will create the best for you.


    Trek Difficulty:


    Poon Hill and Mulde View point Trekking presents easy low-land trekking. Completing this trek is achievable even if you're a beginner, although you must maintain a reasonable fitness level. Prior trekking experience can be advantageous, though it is optional. All you need is the readiness to hike steadily for 3-5 hours, on easy trails.

    Suppose trekkers have pre-existing medical conditions, such as lung or heart diseases. In that case, they are advised to consult their physician before booking the trek to ensure their safety and well-being throughout the journey.



    Trip Safety:


    We highly give top priority. We provide experienced guides with first aid kits and necessary safety gear to ensure a safe hand. Our team monitors weather and trail conditions and takes precautions to avoid risks. Before starting the trek, we discuss the trip to provide a clear understanding and ensure a reliable experience.



    Group & Private Treks:


    We organize many group and private treks simultaneously, with discounts available for larger groups. Every group will have a trekking guide and porters; an assistant guide may be provided for larger groups. Our team ensures a safe and enjoyable trekking experience for all participants.


    About solo traveler:


    If you're a solo traveler, please contact us to confirm departure dates before booking. You can tell us via call, WhatsApp, or email. We have listed upcoming departure dates for your convenience. Feel free to share the trip details with friends and family.


    Notes: Please be aware that the itinerary may change due to weather or other factors, and we'll adjust it accordingly for the group's safety and enjoyment. We look forward to guiding you through the stunning landscapes of the Annapurna region and ensuring a memorable trekking experience.



    Responsible Travel:


    We prioritize responsible travel to minimize environmental impact and support local communities. We collaborate with organizations like the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) to promote eco-friendly practices in trekking regions.


    Graduate:


    Graduate or tipping is appreciated in Nepali culture and reflects the quality of service provided. You decide how much to tip, but we recommend tipping as a group at the end of the trip.


    End of Trek:


    On the final day, you'll take a private transportation Tourist bus from Pokhara, In the evening, we'll host a farewell dinner in Kathmandu.


    Departure:


    On the day of your departure flight, we'll come to pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to Tribhuvan International Airport. We hope you enjoyed the Nepal trek and will consider returning for more adventures in Nepal.


    Feedback:


    After you complete the  Trek, we'll organize a farewell dinner in Kathmandu and present you with a trekking achievement certificate. After the dinner, you can provide feedback about the Trek on travel portals.


    Last-Minute Booking:


    If you can't book in advance, we offer last-minute bookings. Full payment is required 24 hours before departure. While we do our best to accommodate last-minute bookings, delays may occur due to unforeseen.



    Special Note:  Please remember that sometimes unforeseen circumstances, such as inclement weather or unavailable lodging, may cause the schedule to be altered. Your trip guide will design a fresh schedule based on the group's interests in such circumstances. 


    Important Note

    Best time to travel to Nepal :


    Nepal is a country of differences with various landscapes, including towering mountain ranges, lush forests, and a vibrant cultural heritage. The best time to travel to Nepal depends on your preferences and the type of excursions or events you intend to participate in. Generally, Nepal has four distinct seasons, each with unique charms and challenges.


    Autumn Season: September to November is Nepal's best time for Trekking and outdoor activities. Clear skies, pleasant temperatures, and festivals like Dashain Tihar and Chhat make this period ideal for experiencing Nepali culture.


    Winter Season: Cold temperatures start in late November or early December, but clear skies suit budget travelers. Lower-elevation treks and skiing/snowboarding in ski resorts are popular activities.


    Spring Season: From late February to May, warmer temperatures make it perfect for Trekking. Rhododendrons bloom, adding to the scenic beauty. Celebrations like Holi and Buddha Jayanti occur during this time.


    Summer Season: Monsoon rains from June to August make trekking challenging, but it's a great time to experience lush greenery and agriculture. Ideal for peace seekers and cultural tours of cities accessible by road.


    Fitness and Training:


    Trekking to Poon Hill  and Mulde View Point is a rewarding adventure experience. Your fitness level is essential, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned hiker. Prior trekking experience is optional for Poon Hill trekking. Trekking in Nepal's hilly terrain is tricky, so you must be willing to hike up and down for 4-6 hours.


    Asiana Treks and Tours recognizes the importance of considering varying fitness levels for treks, mountain expeditions, peak climbing, adventure activities, and tour packages. We understand that every traveler visiting Nepal has unique health and fitness levels. For specific segments of our treks or tours that don't venture into high-altitude or remote areas far from the city, a basic fitness level is essential for their holiday. We ensure that our packages are flexible and cater to your needs, clearly outlining suitable itineraries, whether they require average fitness levels or more demanding levels, and categorizing them accordingly. However, for activities such as short and easy Trekking, luxury trekking, luxury tours, day hikes and tours, helicopter tours, and adventure activities, an average fitness level is sufficient for your holiday in Nepal.


    Trek Booking:


    Asiana Treks and Tours, the best and most trusted treks and tours company operator authorized by the Nepal government, understands that your travel plans may change. We require a 10% advance payment to book your trip, and you'll need to send us a copy of your passport, photos, travel insurance, and flight details as soon as you book a tour with us. You can use bank transfer, or any other way like Western Union, or online via our website, which is easy. The remaining trip cost can be paid upon arrival in Nepal. We offer last-minute bookings, but changes may occur due to circumstances like bad weather. We are flexible and ready to accommodate your needs, ensuring your trek booking process is as smooth as possible. 



    Trek difficulty :



    The Poon Hill trek presents an easy Trekking. 

    Completing the Poon Hil and Mulde view point trek is achievable even if you're a beginner; however, Trekking in Nepal's hilly terrain is tricky, so you must be willing to hike up and down for 4-6 hours and maintain a reasonable fitness level. Prior trekking experience can be advantageous but optional.

    Suppose trekkers have pre-existing medical conditions, such as lung or heart diseases. In that case, they are advised to consult their physician before booking the trek to ensure their safety and well-being throughout the journey.


    Entry permit and requirements (About Visa) 


    To visit Nepal, you need a valid passport and a visa. You can quickly get an arrival visa at entry points or Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport. However, some people need a permit before they come, so it's good to check with the nearest Nepalese embassy.

    Some nationalities that don't get visas from immigration entry points in Nepal are Nigeria, Iraq, Ghana, Afghanistan, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Palestine, and Ethiopia.


    There are three types of visas, as in the table below: 


    Fifteen days, 30 days, or 90 days. The cost varies from $30 to $125 depending on how long you want to stay. You can pay in US dollars or other significant currencies, sometimes even Nepalese rupees.

    If you're coming for business, you can get a suitable visa for up to 5 years. The fee depends on how much money you're investing. If you invest less than 10 million Nepalese rupees, it's $35 per month, $400 per year, or $1000 for five years. If you invest more, the fees are lower; if you invest more than 100 million Nepalese rupees, you don't have to pay any fees.

    People from SAARC countries get a free 30-day visa. Indians don't need a visa, but they must show ID, like a passport or citizenship card. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months. And it's a good idea to have travel insurance which covers medical treatment and emergency evacuation.

    Some places in Nepal require a separate permit to visit. 


    Tims and Permit :


    TIMS and permits are compulsory for entering the Annapurna conservation Nepal trekking. These permits include the TIMS card and Annapurna conservation Area project permit. You can get these permits in Kathmandu or Pokhara from Registered Trekking Company or Tourism Board.


    The Annapurna conservation permits per person per entry of 3000 Rs, which is 27 $ in equivalent for foreign Nation.

    For SAARC country, per person per entry is 1500 Rs 4.61 $ in Equivalent. 

    The TIMS card is 2000 Rs Per person (USD 17). in equivalent.

    The ACAP permit for SAARC Country is 1500 RS per person, and the TIMS is 600 RS per person.


    Travel Insurance:


    Asiana Treks and Tours strongly advises our valuable clients to have travel insurance that protects adventurous activities at high altitudes above 5,000 m. This comprehensive coverage, which includes accidents and emergency help, will provide you with the peace of mind you need during your high-altitude adventure.

    However, you can get this insurance online from different companies. Here are some popular trekking choices for Everest Base Camp.


    USA and Canada: Tugo, United Health Care, World Nomad, Blue Cross


    Australia and New Zealand: Fast Cover, Allianz Australia


    Singapore: Ergo, World Nomad Explore plan level 3.


    Europe: Europe Assistance, Austrian Alpine Club, Allianz Europe.


    India: ICICI Lombard


    However, make sure the policy covers trekking up to 5600 m altitude. These are just suggestions, so the policies and what they cover might vary. It's best to contact these insurers directly to ask about what they offer before you buy anything.


    Trip Safety:


    We highly give top priority. We provide experienced guides with first aid kits and necessary safety gear to ensure a safe hand. Our team monitors weather and trail conditions and takes precautions to avoid risks. Before starting the trek, we discuss the trip to provide a clear understanding and ensure a reliable experience.


    Guide and Porter Arrangement:


    Our company, Asiana Treks and Tours, focuses on responsible tourism in Nepal. We make sure our guides and porters are well-trained in Trekking and mountaineering. They know a lot about the areas we go to, including geography, history, customs, and culture. We train them regularly in safety, first aid, and environmental conservation. We follow guidelines to treat our porters fairly, providing them with good pay, accommodation, and meals during treks. Our guides and porters are essential team members, and we appreciate their hard work. When you trek with us, you support ethical tourism in Nepal, making your trip meaningful and memorable.

    Asiana Treks and Tours prioritizes your safety and enjoyment. Our knowledgeable guides, reliable equipment, and safety measures ensure a great trekking experience in Nepal.


    Packing Checklist:


    When planning a trip to Nepal, packing the right gear is crucial for a successful journey, which includes clothing, equipment, and accessories tailored to your trek and the time of year. If you're trekking, pack light unless you're hiring a porter. Consider renting or buying gear in Nepal to save space. Ensure your equipment is high-quality and in good condition to avoid problems in the mountains. Take our suggestions to prepare your baggage correctly. Lastly, double-check the weather forecast and ensure you have all the necessary items for a safe and comfortable trip.


    Teahouse Facilities:


    Hotels and Guest houses are familiar places to stay while trekking in Nepal. They're simple lodges with rooms, eating areas, and toilets. Guest houses vary in quality but are affordable and convenient for trekkers. They offer a cozy place to rest after walking and serve Nepali and international food. Rooms usually have twin or bunk beds, and bathrooms are shared. They provide blankets and pillows. Our company offers sleeping bags, but bringing one for extra comfort is a good idea.


    Safe drinking water: