Mountain Trekking in Nepal is the supreme experience which cannot be obtained in any other part of world. Nepal being the host of 8 among the 14 highest peaks in the world and also being the home nation of world’s highest mountain Mount Everest is a Himalayan nation which any trekkers in the world cannot miss for the trekking purpose. In fact, Nepal is the dream nation for the mountain trekkers who just loves hiking and trekking activities. We have specialized Annapurna and Everest Base Camp Trek all at very affordable costs.
Trekking in Nepal is one of the top experience for the adventure seekers and trekkers. The geographical diversity, evergreen forests, valleys, rustling rivers and narrow passes are some of the plus points which makes Mountain Trekking in Nepal remarkably the top mountain trekking experience. The most important part that every trekkers loves while Mountain Trekking in Nepal is the suitable climatic conditions and the hospitality of the people along the trekking routes.
Royal Mountain Trekking has been in trekking and tour in Nepal business for more than a decade and we have team who are experienced in what they do. Royal Mountain Trekking is totally focused on almost everything which are essential for Mountain Trekking like safety standards, equipment, trekking permits etc. Our tour guides are exceptionally familiar with every nook and cranny of the trekking routes and are also trained in high altitude rescues and first aid. We have some of the best available guides in Nepal for Annapurna and Everest base Camp Trekking routes.
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RMT previously known as Royal Mountain Travel are operating trekking business in Nepal since last 30 years. We are very much concern with your safety, security and pleasure. Contact us to get free information about trekking in Nepal.
“6-day Poon Hill trekking with Royal Mountain Trekking”
The 3210 high Poon Hill is a great place to see all Annapurna Mountains by sunrise. If you don’t want to spend 12 to 16 days doing the whole Annapurna circuit but would love to see the Himalayas this is the way to go.
We spend the nights in the so-called tea houses along the route which were basic but provided thick blankets against the cold in the night (-2), a hot shower and even some wifi! They served good Nepali meals and pizza/pasta and some Chinese dishes as well. We woke up every morning with hot massala tea, an awesome view of snowy himalayan peaks and an apple pancake or Tibetan bread with honey, just perfect. (only the breakfast was included, but that may differ with what you bargain for.)
Walking up the mountain we met different fellowships walking different tracks: just Poon Hill/ Annapurnacircuit/ Annapurna basecamp. Big groups with lots of porters and a guide, people walking with a porter-guide, people without a guide and people like us, with one porter and one guide. Our guide was a nice guy from a more Tibetan village in the eastern part of Nepal, our porter was from Pokhara. The guide spoke English and explained a lot about the mountains, the crops groing in the fields we passed and even about politics and living in Nepal. In the evening he taught us card tricks and we played cards with other groups and with some of the porters. We were happy we booked with a guide, without we’d be instant lost in the woods. We booked at royalmt.com.np their is English is good, know a lot, have trekking certificates and are just nice guys to spend your trekking days with.
Visited November 2016