Great Mountain Trekking

Thrill, adventure, stimulation and peace of mind! If you are searching for these ingredients in your boring and hectic life

Old Kingdom Of Mustang

Cultural and scenic adventure to Old Kingdom of Mustang in the windswept territory in the highest and largest extension Tibetan plateau.

Inspiring Journey To Holy Mt. Kailash

Mount Kailash, an amazing holy mountain at an elevation 6.714 m / 22,028 ftlocated within South West Tibet on the Nagari vast flatland.

Everest High Passes Trekking

Ultimate challenge of crossing three high passes in the Everest region namely Khangma La Pass, Cho La pass and Renjo La Pass.

Lower Dolpo Via Jumla

Relish the beauty of snowcapped mountains as you walk through ancient and isolated villages with rich wildlife and stunning lakes.

Around Manasalu and Larkya-La

Manaslu and Larkya La Trek, a recently opened trekking trail is becoming a charm of enthusiastic trekkers and adventure lovers these days.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Best Places for Tea house trekking in Nepal


Best places for tea house trekking in Nepal

Tea-houses trekking is an absolute term that you will hear from your travel partner if you are travelling to any trekking trails other than off the beaten trekking trails in Nepal. Generally, most of the treks in Nepal are tea-house trekking. In the past, the trekking routes were sparsely populated. There used to be only few houses therefore to cater the trekkers for tea and halting point, few tea houses were set up. These tea houses in modern era has turned into guesthouses that offers facility of food, accommodation, laundry, electricity and Wi-Fi services to the people travelling in the trekking areas of Nepal. The tea houses in Nepal are affordable and comfortable. The rooms are neat and tidy, the food is healthy and the people offering the services are very hostile. 

If you are interested in tea house trekking in Nepal, then we – Himal Eco Treks offers a wide range of options. Some of the best places for tea-house trekking in Nepal can be:

  1. Everest Base Camp Trek

tea house trekking

Everest Base Camp trek is the best destination to opt for with an experience of tea house trekking in Nepal. Everest Base Camp, being the dream place of millions of travelers welcomes a lot of visitors yearly. To cater the need of these millions of travelers many tea houses has been set up in the Everest region. You can enjoy the beauty of Mt. Everest and other mountains in Everest region along with the best lodging and food experience in the tea houses of Everest region of Nepal. You can relish the wonderful treatment in teahouses as you savor the beauty of Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache, Mt. Nuptse and many more. Hence, because of the food and the beautiful scenery, it is one of the best place for tea-house trekking in Nepal.

  2. Everest Panorama Trek

Tea house trek in Nepal

EverestPanorama Trek is ideal for enjoying the tea house trekking in Nepal. You can enjoy best views of the mighty Mt. Everest without exhilarating yourself much. You can enjoy some wonderful treatment in the luxurious tea houses in Namche and Tengboche. As you walk towards Tengboche, you will be blessed with the close up views of the mountains. In this trek, you can also enjoy the relishing views of mountains from the window pane or terrace of the tea houses. You will get rewarded with best food, best room and best mountain views from the tea house where you stay. The panoramic views of the mountains in Everest regions like Mt. Everest, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam, Mt. Thamserku, Mt. Tawache and Mt. Nuptse will let you get swayed. Altogether, good food with an absolute gorgeous view of Everest range makes it the best place for tea-house trekking in Nepal.

  3. Annapurna Base Camp Trek

tea house trek in Nepal

One of the most frequented journeys in Nepal is the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. Owning to the high altitude, Everest Base Camp Trek may not be under the capacity of all therefore an alternative for the best views of mountains in the world after Everest Base Camp is the Annapurna Base Camp. Annapurna Base Camp trek is an awesome combination of nature and culture. As you rise from the foothills of Annapurna, you pass many ethnic villages, rhododendron forests and alpine meadows to Annapurna Base Camp. On the way, you can find some best tea-houses to cater your need for food and accommodation during the travel. The ethic people who reside in the Annapurna region are best known for the hostile behavior they show towards the fellow travelers. 
Besides, you will be blessed with the mesmerizing views of mountains in Annapurna ranges. Imagine the beauty of nature as you stand just before the grandeur of Annapurna Sanctuary. Thus, it makes it one of the best destination for tea-house trekking.

  4. Annapurna Panorama Trek/ Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek  

tea house trek in Nepal

Annapurna Panorama Trek is a synonym to the Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek. This trek is comparatively easy and amongst the most preferred treks by the people visiting Nepal. Annapurna Panorama Trek/ Ghorepani Poon hill trek takes you to one of the most popular vantage points in Annapurna region i.e. Ghorepani/ Poon hill and let you endeavor the appealing beauty that lies in the sky dominating peaks of Annapurna. As every other trek to Annapurna, this trek starts from the city of Pokhara and goes through many ethnic villages to Ghorepani. Ghorepani is a village in Annapurna region that offers some astounding views of mountains that includes Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Annapurna South, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Mt. Macchapucchhre and many others. 

The sunrise and sunset views from Poonhill along with the panoramic views of mountains in Annapurna region are the best part of this journey. As mentioned earlier, Annapurna region contains some of the best tea-houses in Nepal therefore, Annapurna Panorama Trek/ Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is also a best place to visit if you are thinking of opting for a tea-house trekking in Nepal. Therefore, the lush hills and the mountains are the main reason to choose this place as one of the best place for tea-house trekking.

  5. Annapurna Circuit Trek

Tea house trek in Nepal

AnnapurnaCircuit Trek is one of the most happening treks in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It allows you to experience every aspect of Annapurna region at once. From trekking along the ethic villages in Annapurna, forests, Poonhill, Manag valley to the Thorong La pass and Muktinath, Annapurna Circuit lets you circle around the Annapurna region to award you with some outstanding views of mountains, glaciers, passes, temples and other landscapes in Annapurna region of Nepal. You can stay at some comfortable teahouses and relish the wonderful treatment in the teahouses along with the impressive views of mountains like Annapurna I, II, III, IV, Annapurna South, Nilgiri, Dhaulagiri, Mt. Macchapucchhre and many others. All in all it makes the one of the best place for the tea-house trekking in Nepal.

  6. Jomsom Muktinath Trek

Tea house trek in Nepal

Enjoy the inspiring vistas of mountains along with temples and monasteries on your way! Jomsom Muktinath Trek is an awesome combination of adventure and spirituality. It takes you to Thorong La pass and Muktinath temple which is a holy site for Hindu and Buddhist pilgrims around the world. The temple besides its religious value is an awesome place to rejoice the views of mountains in Annapurna region of Nepal. It lets you walk through charming Gurung villages, Kaligandaki gorge, Kagbeni and takes you to the popular town of Jomsom. Jomsom is a Gurung village popular for the hostile local people. You can enjoy an awesome treatment in the teahouses of Jomsom. Thereupon, the religious values it holds and the hostile service makes it the best place for the tea-house trekking.

  7. Langtang Valley Trek

tea house trek in nepal

Langtang valley trek takes you to north of Kathmandu city i.e. to Langtang region and lets you admire the glory that lies with the dry and wild landscape of Langtang valley. We can enjoy trekking through forests, farmlands and charming villages. As you enter the Langtang valley, you will be awed with the unique and appealing landscape that this valley possesses. Kyangin gompa and the cheese factories are some of the popular must visit places inside the valley. Besides, the view of Langtang range is an impressive view to look at. Langtang valley trek goes through a trail inside Langtang Nationa Park so if lucky you may encounter some wild species of birds and animals. Red panda is a fascinating creature that can be found in the bamboo woods of Langtang National Park. 

Therefore, the mix of nature and the pleasing scenes of mountains are the reason this place is one of best place for tea-house trekking.


8. Tamang Heritage Trek

tea house trek in Nepal

Langtang region is mostly inhabited by the people of Tamang community. And the concept of Tamang Heritage Trek is based on the exploration of people, villages, culture and lifestyle along with other natural wonders of the Langtang region. The views of Langtang ranges and Ganesh Himal that you will be showered with along your way to Tamang villages are amazing.  In short, Tamang Heritage Trek is a combination of mountain views, ancient Tamang villages and traditional but appealing lifestyle of people. Enjoy your trek as you stay at the beautiful teahouses of Langtang region along your way. 

Hence, the combination of beautiful scenery of Himalayas and the traditional life style makes it the best destination for tea house trekking.

The above mentioned treks are some of the best places for teahouse trekking in Nepal. Make your journey an incredible one by choosing your right travel partner – Himal Eco Treks. We are always at your service 24/7.

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Useful Tips for trekking to Everest Base Camp


Everest Base Camp

Making your journey up to the Everest Base Camp is not a joke. It is a trophy that’s worth high cost. You will have to endure the tiring paths and challenging elevation gain as you make your way up to the top. Many travelers give up their target i.e. Everest Base Camp on midway while some do not get a chance to make it due to altitude sickness. You cannot test your endurance capacity until you try it and anything can happen as you travel up to the heights of eight thousands.
Therefore, here are some tips from us if you are travelling to the Everest Base Camp. These tips might be a good help if implemented with honesty.

           1. Stay calm and positive

Your journey to Everest Base Camp is a test of your endurance capacity. Therefore, you need to give what the circumstances demand at the moment. If you panic and lose hope then that might not help. It will decrease your will power and ultimately you will be compelled to give up. To climb up to the base camp, you need to be cam and determined. You should not panic and should stay positive. You need to have the feeling that you will deal with anything that comes up in your way.

           2. Adjust

If you are travelling up to the base camp, you should adapt with your surroundings. Though the guesthouses in the trekking trail are clean and tidy, don’t expect it to be grand like hotels. The rooms are cozy with small sized beds and you will have to share your room with another person. Even the bathrooms are common. When it comes to food, there are limited menus. The electricity facility and Wi- Fi facility may be limited to some extent. Just set up your mind that you are travelling to a remote area with minimal facilities where you have to buy hot water. Hot water bath means a bucket of hot water with which you will have to adjust.

         3. Avoid Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness is one of the major causes of unsuccessful journeys. You never know when the attitude makes you sick. It’s a sickness when you get symptoms like headache, nausea, vomiting and dizzy. Altitude sickness is very painful and can be fatal. Therefore, if you think you have got the sickness you will need to drop down. All you can do is take preventive measures to avoid altitude sickness. Walk slow and comfortably. Drink plenty of water and don’t panic. Get rid of the thought that you may be caught by the altitude sickness.

       4. Don’t hurry. Take your time and go slow. Slowly and   steady wins the race

When you are travelling, do not hurry at all. You have nothing to do by reaching your destination early. Take time and go slow. Don’t over exhilarate yourself. You can take few hours more to reach your destination but that will help you slowly adapt with the changes in the surrounding. There is an old proverb, slowly and steady wins the race! Hence take your time for walk. Do not forget to properly acclimate before taking the heights. Do not escape the days separated for acclimatization.

          5. Carry enough snacks and money

As you climb up, you will require more strength. The gain in height may cause symptoms like loss of appetite due to numbness in tongue. For this, you need to carry some snacks that you like the most with you. Do not forget to pick up some chocolates and protein bars. They might be helpful. As you climb up, the cost of food and snacks are really very high therefore carry enough money to purchase the stuffs that you may like to pick up.

         6. Pack your bag carefully
Make a smart move by packing up with all the stuffs you may require during your travel. The temperature up is very cold therefore make sure that you pick up sleeping bags, down jackets, extra layer of clothing, warm socks, gloves, caps and good pairs of shoes. Sometimes, bad choices of clothes may ruin your travel. As you move up, sustaining the cold environment is also a challenge. Hence, be sure not to suffer a lot due to lack of proper clothing.

        7. Follow the instructions from your guide.

Just remember, no matter how knowledgeable you are, your guides have travelled the route uncountable times hence the tips from them are very useful. Follow each and every instruction carefully. Drink enough water, do not escape days set for acclimatization, go slow and be patient.
Hence, the above mentioned are some of the useful tips that may help you climb up to the Everest Base Camp. For more information about the trek, contact your reliable travel partner – Himal Eco Treks.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Off the Beaten track of Nepal


off the beaten track of nepal
Nar and Phu Valley

Off the beaten trekking in Nepal is a challenge that any enthusiastic traveler would love to opt for! The rocky and unparallel paths, low population, quaint and seclude environment, wild landscape and unexplored natural ecstasy are some of the basic features that anyone traveling in off the beaten trekking trail in Nepal can expect. Off the beaten trekking in Nepal takes you to some unexplored regions of Nepal and lets you relish the glory that the Mother Nature possesses. The journey is not so easy as you will have to give up on the luxurious lifestyle that includes comfortable guesthouses, choices of food, transportation and adopt a journey where you might have to stay under the clear blue sky with basic food just to sustain yourselves from hunger. However, the picturesque view of Mother Nature as you walk through off the beaten trail is beyond any mere imagination. You will get thrilled and nerve shaken but the outstanding views of mountains and other forms of nature will boost you for your journey throughout.

Nepal being a country of geographical variation offers a wide range of options for off the beaten trekking in Nepal. Owning to difficult topographical location, many locations in Nepal are yet to be discovered and explored. Many hidden valleys in between the mountains are in phase of discovery and many are still unknown. The culture, lifestyle and religion of people living in those remote and seclude areas are another aspect that will awe you in the journey to off the beaten trekking routes in Nepal. Himal Eco Treks offers various attractive trekking packages to off beaten routes in Nepal. Some of the packages are described below:


           Dhaulagiri Trek 

Off the beaten track of Nepal


Dhaulagiri Trek is an excellent journey along the off the beaten route to the sixth highest mountain of the world i.e. Mt. Dhaulagiri. The trek initiates from the beautiful town of Beni and goes along the Kaligandaki gorge to some remote and secluded regions of Nepal. The trek is challenging as you will have to cross two high passes namely French pass and Dhampus pass. But the challenge offers a beautiful reward. You will be blessed with some outstanding views of mountains that include Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna and other 23 neighboring peaks including the peaks in Annapurna range.

2      Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal


Kanchenjunga Base Camp Trek is an opportunity to walk amidst the beautiful and remote terrain of Nepal and admire the fantastic views of world’s third highest mountain – Mt. Kanchenjunga. The peak is located in the Nepal’s border with Tibet and Sikkim and offers some fantastic views of mountain peaks in three different regions i.e. Nepal, Sikkim and Tibet. The trekking journey starts from Taplejung and goes all the way through lush landscapes. We pass various villages of Rai and Limbu community, farmlands and tropical jungles of rhododendron, oak and chestnuts to the high altitude alpine forests on the way to Kanchenjunga Base Camp. The views of Yulung glacier and Mt. Kanchenjunga are a reward of this off beaten trekking journey.


        Lower Dolpo Trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal

Lower Dolpo Trek is an adventurous journey that lets you experience the wilderness of off the beaten trail to Lower Dolpo region of Nepal. It takes you to Shey Phoksundo National Park which is a center for various species of plants, birds and wild animals. It lets you dissolve in to the divine beauty of wild landscape, mountains and cultural richness. The ancient Buddhist monasteries, yak caravans and Shey Phoksundo Lake are the major attraction of this journey. It takes you to Trans Himalayas where you can experience the raw appeal of mountains, glaciers and get some insights on people, their culture, custom, lifestyle and Tibetan Buddhist religion.

      Upper Dolpo Trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal

Upper Dolpo Trek is an exquisite journey that takes you to one of the remote areas of Nepal and lets you experience the wilderness in nature and culture. Upper Dolpo is a secluded region placed in between the Trans Himalayas and Dhaulagiri ranges. The undisturbed farmlands, forests and vegetation are the unique features of Upper Dolpo Trek. Besides, the people, their culture and their custom are an appeal. People are far from any kind of modernization in the world therefore you can get some insights on the most traditional and simple life of people whose livelihood is based on farming and animal rearing. Upper Dolpo region is a center for some rare species of birds and mammals that includes Musk Deer, Himalayan Blue Sheep and rare Snow Leopard. You can also get a glimpse of Phoksundo lake and Shey gompa. Shey Gompa is a beautiful and ancient monastery placed on the base of the crystal mountain. Besides lake and gompa, Pre Buddhist Bon Po religion is a unique aspect of Upper Dolpo Trek. Bon Po religion is a unique religion of its own kind. This religion is still practiced amongst the people in Upper Dolpo region.

5    Nar Phu Valley Trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal

Nar Phu Valley trek is a classic way to experience the wilderness that lies within the mighty mountains of Nepal. Nar Phu valley trek is an off beaten trek in Nepal that takes you to two hidden valleys in between the Trans Himalayas. Nar and Phu valley are often regarded as the hidden gems of Nepal owning to its natural wilderness and cultural richness. Nar Phu valley trek starts from Syange and follows the trail of Annapurna circuit trek. It takes you to the Annapurna region of Nepal to relish the glories of Annapurna ranges which is considered to be pursuance of every travel lover. The trail to Nar Phu valley diverges from Annapurna Circuit Trek trail at Koto. From Koto, we traverse from the normal route to the off beaten route that leads us to Nar Phu valley that lies in the north of Manang valley. We pass Kang La pass appreciating the grandeur of Annapurna massif and enter into Nar village. Leaving Nar village, we explore the Phu village. These two places are a glory where one can experience the richness in culture and natural beauty. The wild, dry and rocky terrain is its specialty. The Tibetan Buddhist culture, ancient gompas and traditional lifestyle of people are other aspects not to be missed in Nar Phu valley Trek.

        Rara Lake Trek 

Off the beaten track of Nepal

Rara lake trek is a glorifying journey where you can relish the shimmering beauty of a serene lake i.e. Rara Lake. It is an incredible journey that takes you to the remote Karnali region of Nepal and lets you explore the unexplored glory of Mother Nature. Rara lake is a beautiful lake placed in between the forests in the backdrop of beautiful Himalayas. The trail to Rara Lake traverses through Rara National Park which is a home to million species of rare plants, birds and animals. Rara National Park is considered to be the best place to encounter wildlife which includes Musk deer, Leopard, Ghoral, Thar, Himalayan black beer and Red panda. Besides, the national park is a delight for bird watchers. You can find many migrating birds in the park.

       Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha pass trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal

If you are seeking for an off beaten trek in Khumbu region of Nepal then Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha pass trek can be an ideal option but the trek is very challenging and physically more demanding. Rolwaling Tashi Lapcha pass trek takes you to the unexplored valley of Rolwaling. Lying beneath the Gaurishankar range, Rolwaling valley is a mystical land where you can taste the classic combination of mountains, mountain passes, isolated villages and absolutely amazing scenery. From the valley, you will be blessed with some outstanding views of Mt. Ghauri Shankar, Dorje Lakpa, Mount Everest and Tso Rolpa Lake with neighboring waterfalls and glaciers. On the way, you can visit some ancient monasteries that reflect the Tibetan Buddhist culture prevalent in this area. Another interesting feature of this place is that many local people have reported about Yeti – the human like wild creatures in that area however no strong evidences has been collected by researches to prove the existence of Yeti.

        Makalu Base Camp Trek

Off the beaten track of Nepal

Makalu Base Camp Trek takes you to the eastern region of Nepal to rejoice the grandeur of world’s fifth highest mountain – Mt. Makalu. The journey commences with a flight from Kathmandu airport to Tumlingtar from where we drive to Num and follow a trail to Barun river valley inside the Makalu Barun National Park. In this journey, you will cross high passes like Shipton La and Keke La to Makalu Base Camp. The undulating paths up and down takes you to the base camp of Makalu. The road is not well marked as it is one of the least visited places in Nepal owing to its isolated nature. Though this off beaten trek is challenging, the untouched glory of Mother nature is a blessing. You will pass beautiful forests of rhododendron, cliffs, waterfalls and glaciers on the way to base camp. As you reach the base camp, you will be blessed with the fascinating views of Mt. Makalu along with the neighboring peaks like Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Baruntse and mighty Mt. Everest.

The aforementioned are some of the off the beaten trekking trails in Nepal. Opting for these off beaten trails is a tough decision as you will have to let yourself struggle but it’s a rewarding challenge. You will be blessed with outstanding forms of nature. Ultimately, you will feel like the toughness was worth it!


Saturday, February 3, 2018

Know More about Tea House trekking in Nepal

tea house trek in Nepal

If you are a true travel lover and are interested in travelling to Nepal then you must have frequently come across the term – tea house trekking in Nepal. Now what does the term tea house trekking mean? Tea house generally refers to a lodge in trekking route that offers services of food and accommodation. While we opt for a trek to remote places for a long time, there is a golden rule that one should follow – travel light as far as possible. Camping treks can be quite troublesome as one has to carry tents, cooking utensils, sleeping bags and many more. Setting up tents, cooking, etc are some tasks that add pressure to a free travel experience.
Therefore, to ease your travel, tourism industry in Nepal has transited to new era by setting up the tea houses in the trekking trails to different regions of Nepal. Now, you can travel easily with minimum gear necessary for travel in Nepal.
Talking about general expectations that one can keep from tea house trekking in Nepal can be clarified from the features of tea house trekking in Nepal which are as follows:

Typical features of tea houses in Nepal

  1. Designs of tea house and rooms

The tea houses are amongst one of the houses in the trekking regions of Nepal. The designs of the tea houses are similar to the designs of the houses built in the areas where you are travelling to. The houses are generally stone walled and pillared with woods. Every tea houses has a kitchen, a dining hall and plenty of bedrooms to cater the accommodation need of the travelers. While you stay at the tea houses, you might have a feeling of staying at the home stays available. The bedrooms are furnished with bed and a table. The bedroom is set up in twin sharing basis i.e. two small beds in a room. The toilets are common however some tea houses offers room with attached bathroom facility.
You might have to pay a little more if you would prefer attached washroom to common washroom. The bedrooms are very simple but clean. The tea houses will provides blankets and you can double up the blanket as per your requirement.
  1. Meals at Tea houses

The menu at tea houses are generally same or small variety of dish are available though they offer varieties like dal, bhat, curry, boiled vegetables, momos, pizzas, pastas, noodles, etc. Some dishes are easily and readily available while some may take more time to get served. Dal, Bhat, Tarkari (curry/ vegetables) is the main dish in Nepal and is freshly and easily available in the teahouses in Nepal. This dish is more consistent and healthy and is mostly favor by trekkers, guides and porters in Nepal. When you choose the dishes, always be aware of what is fresh and ready. Choose a healthy dish so as to avoid falling sick. Though the dishes available are healthy, you need to choose what appetite will best suit you.
If you opt for trekking with some travel agencies then the facility of meals and accommodation are included in their cost. They will take you to some pre – booked teahouses where you can eat as much as you can. Beverages and items other than the three board meals are not included in the offer though. If you can travel on your own, then you should know that accommodation is quite cheap but the meals are very costly. As you go up to higher elevation region, cost for the meal will get higher and higher.
Therefore, even for the travelers travelling with trekking agencies are recommend to eat fill heart at the tea houses prescribed otherwise you may have to pay high cost for food other than that.
  1. Other services like electricity, hot water, Wi-Fi and laundry

Most tea houses in Nepal have a free Wi-Fi facility however you may have some connectivity issues as the speed of the internet is not so reliable. There will be electricity in your room however, for charging purpose charging outlets are available at the dining hall in the tea houses. Tea houses may also charge you some cost for charging your gadgets. Power cuts are frequent therefore, we recommend to charge your gadgets whenever you get an opportunity. For laundry, you can pay people to wash your clothes.
  1. Etiquette of people who run tea houses

Talking about norms of people who run tea houses, people are very general and hostile. They treat you very well and are ready for any services to make you feel comfortable. But there are general ongoing practices that you should be aware of. The ongoing practices are as follows:
  • Accommodation in tea houses are on twin sharing basis.
  • Meals include three board meals and should be amongst the already set of menus.
  • You should pay for beverages and other personal preferences for food (Junk natured)
  • If you would prefer attached washroom in the tea houses where available, you will have to pay an extra cost
  • Hot water bath is available and it means that you will get a bucket of hot water for bath. But you will have to pay an extra cost for the bath.
  • Similarly, laundry services are also available however you will have to pay for it.
  • Likewise, generally, all the tea houses have facility of free Wi-Fi but it might not be as fast as your expectations.

So, if you travelling to Nepal and are opting for tea house treks, you can expect tea houses to be as mentioned above. Travel agencies refer to accommodation in guesthouse, lodges or tea houses in their itinerary. Though the terminologies are different but guesthouse, lodges and tea houses refer to the same kind of accommodation services. Though features of tea houses might sound quite minimal for those who are habitual of staying at grand hotels. Regardless, the tea houses are the best available services in the higher elevation region. Therefore, if you want to trek to those areas then you should adopt yourself with the tea houses available. Himal Eco Treks offers many options for tea house trekking in Nepal. So, do not forget to give us a call if you are opting for a tea house trekking in Nepal.