Everest panorama trek in Nepal
Description of Everest panorama trek in Nepal
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
Our partners behind this holiday promote inclusivity on all their trips and across their business and we are all committed to ensuring travellers face no discrimination on any part of the trip they control.
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetEnvironment plays a vital role while you are planning for a trip. Nepal is a country where you can find beautiful landscapes and the world's highest mountains. As being a local tour operator it's our responsibility to save the environment. We follow the regulations of responsible travel. At your arrival, one of our company representatives will meet you. Explain the trip details and the responsible travel policies that need to follow whole the trip.
Our company team is being aware by taking part in environmental awareness programs, participate in some of the organization's training that works for the welfare of the environment.
Our company has invested in online marketing rather than printing materials for the promotion. Accept mobile voucher upon your arrival.
Travelers are encouraged to buy recycled, reusable bags, water bottles, and other trekking equipment. For example: if you are not using reusable water bottles, you might buy the mineral water bottles in each trekking station, which would be costly and harm the environment. After the use of plastic bags, thrown into the land and water. These can suffocate the land and water creatures and mistakenly might eat them. Plastic bags take a while to decompose. While you are shopping, we encourage you to use reusable bags.
You are going to spend most of the time in the mountain of Nepal. That means you are going to use fewer vehicles and fuel. Our company organized small groups for their safety and the care of the environment. If you are doing the trek in small group size, there will be more careful, enough time to talk with each other, share the joy and happiness, appreciate the beauty of the local surrounding. We aim to give enough time to our travelers to spend with the local communities and nature. If one traveler feels like a local that would be our greatest achievement. In a small group, less waste there will be. It will be easy and less harmful to the environment. We can also appropriately manage the waste.
We are doing trekking in the Sagarmatha National Park where we pass through the small villages, wood, rivers, and beautiful mountains. We are not going to harm the animals and the plants. There will be your trekking guide who will lead you whole the trip. If you have plastic with you, please let know to your trekking guide. Your trekking guide will show you the proper place for disposal. In the mountains, you are not allowed to wash your clothes in open water resources. Using a soap and water detergent that will harm the aquatic animals and the people living over there. Most people are dependent on such water resources.
Drink plenty full of water while doing trekking. It's not good to waste the water unnecessarily. Limit your water usage as you need. In the Himalayas you feel hungry, take as much as your body needs but don't waste the food behind.
It's good to bring solar energy and power banks for recharging purposes. Avoid using unnecessary charging habits. Save the energy.
Last, stop littering.
PeopleWe are made for our communities. Our company helps the needy children of Nepal. Provide child sponsorship program through First Act Nepal (FAN). It's a small team working for the well being of the children and the communities of Nepal. You can spend time with the local people, share the experiences with them. Motivate them, share unforgettable moments.
We value our local communities, their values, and local cultural traditions. Our communities have different practices that are different than western culture. Our trekking guide will guide you through the local communities in the Everest region of Nepal. Share the information about the religious and social practices followed by the Sherpa community from the Everest region. Do respect their belief.
Our company aims to promote responsible and sustainable tourism. We encourage you to buy the local products. So that local people can be sustained by tourism.
We take photographs and videos of the destination, promote it worldwide. Such promotions help in increasing tourists to such destinations. This is our effort to let our travelers about the local values and the hidden paradise of Nepal.
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