Imagine waking up on a brisk morning to the smell of coffee as the sun rises over the High Himalayas. You stand there just outside of your tent with a steaming cup of coffee or tea, looking up at the brilliant snowcapped peaks that are unfolding before you. It is a memory that you are not about to easily forget!
Camping treks are an incredible way to really experience the adventure of the Himalayas. This was the traditional way of trekking before the rise of tea house trekking. While they are a bit more costly than a tea house trek, they are well worth the expense.
Each trek features its own chef who cooks three wonderful meals each day. There are extra porters to carry tents and cooking supplies as you make your way deep into the mountains.
There are many good reasons to choose a camping trek over a tea house trek. One is that you can move at your own schedule, not having to always reach the next village which can be a distance in some remote areas. In addition, many remote villages do not have tea houses, so you can travel deeper into the mountains by choosing a camping trek.
But there is also the sense of adventure. There is nothing like sitting around a campfire, watching the stars come over overhead until the entire sky is studded with twinkling lights. There is nothing like fresh mountain air to awaken the senses. And from your camp, sip your tea as you watch the sun's final rays set over the high mountains.
Some of the best selling camping treks in the Nepal Camping Trekking include the following:
Swiss Nepal Family Trekking & Expedition has been offering incredible mountain camping treks for years. Our staff is trained to serve you, from our chef who can make delicious meals to our porters who set up your camp before you get there so you can relax in all of the hospitality and beauty that the Himalayas can offer.
Camping treks can be as long or as short as you desire, the possibilities are endless. Yes, they are a bit more costly, but the experience is well worth the additional expense. Choose a leader in camping treks; choose Swiss Nepal Family Trekking & Expedition today.
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