Type of Nepal Trekking

01. Camping Trek (FOT= Fully Organized Trekking)

Camping trek is little sophisticated trek than Tea house trek(lodge) because in Camping trek, we will carry all the necessary things required for trek from Kathmandu and we will buy fresh vegtable on the trekking way . All things ( food items and Tent ) will be always with the trekker during trek trips. Trekkers will sleep in the tents and cook will prepare meals as per in the menu provided in advance.

02. Tea House Trek (TH = Tea House)

Tea house trek means doing a trek by eating and sleeping at the guesthouse where the Teahouse is available for sleep and already setup by the villager for providing the service to the clients. Every day trekkers will get to the tea house to eat and sleep. In comparison to the camping trek, the teahouse trek is a little cheep. But both treks are done in the same place only difference is that camping trekkers get their prepared food from their office cook and teahouse trekkers will have food in the guesthouse.

In both treks, they must have a trekking permit according to Nepal Government Rule. In addition, they must have one as a Guide or porter.

03. Guide Porter Hiring (GAP = Guide, Accommodation, Porter)

We are also organized Guide, Porter, and Guide cum Porter services according to the client’s request and requirements; feel free to contact us.
Here is the cost of hiring a professional Guide, Guide cum Porter and experienced Porter in Nepal with Different Trekking Regions.

 Everest RegionAnnapurna & Langtang RegionManaslu RegionRemote/ Restricted Trek
Guide Hire CostUSD 30 – 35USD 25 – 30USD 30 – 35USD 35 – 40
Guide cum Porter Hire CostUSD 25 – 30USD 25- 30USD 25 – 30USD 30 – 35
Porter Hire CostUSD 20 – 25USD 20 – 25USD 20 – 25USD 25 – 30

Trek Grading system:


Trekkers without previous experience are offered a diverse range of easy treks. The easy trek involves no difficult climbing or ascending to high altitudes is usually less than a week suitable for everyone. However, it is not that loss of height means loss of interest while lower altitude treks often provide colorful horizons of a whole series of mountain ranges. The easy treks are considered of full access to teahouses and low altitudes.


Medium treks are more challenging than easy and are suitable for any trekker looking for something a bit more energetic. In general, they are longer than roughly 10 days walking up and down climb to higher altitudes. At this altitude, you will be rewarded with close-up views of bigger mountains. The medium treks are considered of full access to higher altitudes.


Trekkers with some previous mountain walking experience should only undertake medium-hard treks. These treks ascend to high altitudes (up to 5000m) and involve some steep climbing, although it is never necessary to use Ropes.


Hard treks are suitable only for real adventure seekers. Some steep ascents to high altitudes with the possibility of rope climbing are involved in this category. Trekkers will need the stamina to complete one of these wilderness treks as they might last for 20-40 days.