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Namaste! Here at Experience Earth we strive to offer a simple, safe and fun service to get you into places on this earth you may think are too far off the beaten track; places that seem too hard to get to or difficult to organise. Why? Because these are places we als...
Namaste! Here at Experience Earth we strive to offer a simple, safe and fun service to get you into places on this earth you may think are too far off the beaten track; places that seem too hard to get to or difficult to organise. Why? Because these are places we also thought we would never be able to reach. After Experiencing first-hand the natural wonders on this earth and interacting with the local people, we realised we can helpyouto own this Experience also! During the trek, all you need to do is accept the physical challenge and enjoy the surroundings. Ecotourism at its best! Our teams of guides and porters are all born of the mountains, so they are extremely familiar with their surroundings and environment across all seasons. As they lead you through jaw dropping landscapes and share stories of their lifestyles, culture and cuisine, we encourage you to take the opportunity to connect with nature and challenge yourself, while experiencing the lifestyles of these kind and caring communities. All we ask of you is to respect the environment, respect the local people, trust our team, give back to the area and the people where you can; and have fun!! We do like to share our story and the experiences we have had, so please - contact us below or via Facebook and we can shed a little more light on what makes us tick. Your team at Experience Earth.Read more
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Questions & Answers
Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions.
When are the most popular times to embark on a trek or expedition?
The most popular times can vary depending on your choice to trek in winter snow or dry tracks. It is very important to remember weather conditions in the mountains are unpredictable, so being prepared is vital in any season.
If you choose to do a trek in autumn (mid-September to November) or spring (March to June), you will experience moderately warm conditions with clear blue skies and beautiful flora & fauna, including the national flower of Nepal – rhododendron in full colour. Trekking in the winter season (January-February) is recommended for low altitude treks below 4000m only. On the other hand, if you trek in the summer season you will experience some of the best weather as you are in 'rain shadows' which means the monsoon rains are generally lighter.
What is it like to do a 'lodge trek'?
Lodges or teahouses provide basic facilities for you to sleep, eat and relax after a day trekking. The rooms in the lodges are simple, clean and have central room wood fires. Each room is usually made from wood or sandstone with two beds and will have a shared bathroom.
Dinner and breakfast are supplied at the lodges as part of the trek, with your lunch being supplied at another village along the trail.
Do you use local guides on your treks?
Experience Earth Travel only employ local guides from the different groups of Nepal's diverse ethnic community; including Sherpas, Gurung, Magar, Rai and Brahmin who have the knowledge and experience of the culture, ecosystem, flora, fauna, geography, and history of Nepal. The guides are carefully selected based on their experience, skills & attitude. They are generally local Nepalese people, who were born on the mountains and all of them will speak reasonably good English. The guides who you will meet on your trek are all required to complete training programmes that include; Intensive wilderness first aid, eco-trekking workshops, rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering etc, and are all government licensed.
If required it is also possible to have a guide who can speak French, Spanish, Japanese, German or Italian depending on the travellers on the trek.
What is the group size on the treks?
The group size on the tour can range from 1 to a maximum of 12 trekkers to ensure passengers get the best trekking experience.
Are you able to organise additional services such as domestic flights and hotel bookings?
Once you have a confirmed booking, please contact our team of travel experts to organise any additional services you may require.
What is the highest altitude you can experience on a tour?
You can experience an altitude of up to a maximum of 6000m above sea level, depending on which tour you select.
What equipment do you provide on your tours?
For the teahouse treks, it is possible for sleeping bags and down jackets to be provided to you. For the camping treks, you will also have access to tents, mattresses and kitchen equipment. Once your booking is confirmed we recommened checking your trek itinerary's equipment list for further details.