Thursday, June 25, 2009

Makalu and Arun valley trekking(Eastern nepal)

Makalu and Arun valley trekking

Makalu & Arun ValleyThe region is still untouched and undisturbed by many trekkers. The strenuous trail is surrounded by flora, fauna, and unique cultural sites. The far journey to remote Mt. Makalu via the Arun valley makes an unforgettable experience. The beautiful rhododendrons and wildlife can be seen in abundance along the trail. The region is conserved by the Makalu- Barun National Park, which has an area of 2330 eastern Nepal. Things to Bring for TrekkingRucksack, trekking boots, stick, water bottle, personal sleeping bag, sun glass, sun cap, sun cream, rain coat, down/Gore-Tex Jacket, thermal trousers, gloves, warm socks, shorts, sandles, T-shirts, pullover, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, binoculars, reading and writing materials, medicine recommended by your doctor. Our Camping SystemOur camping treks are managed by a team of professionally trained sherpas with the Leader/guide responsible for all aspects of the running of the trek A trek-day starts around 6 a.m. with a cup of tea/coffee. Soon a bowl of warm water is provided for washing. After packing your duffel and daypack breakfast will be served. The day's trek starts around 7.30 a.m. Porter/pack animals carry all camp equipment, food and duffel bags. All you need to carry in your daypack are water bottle, rain/wind jacket, camera and other small items you may need on the trail all trekkers walk at their own pace with the lead and "sweep" sherpa providing support throughout.The morning's walk to the lunch spot takes about 3 hours. In Nepal we usually stop for a hot lunch on the way as a Tibetan picnic style. After hiking for 3-4 hrs. In the afternoon our camp is usually reached between 3-4 p.m. In the late afternoon and evening you can relax, wash, read or take a walk nearby. The evening meal is served between 6 to 7 p.m. in the dining tent (or dining room on a Lodge- Trek). After dinner the leader/guide will brief trekkers on the next day's hike. Trained trek guides and SherpasEach of our treks are managed by a team of professionally trained trek guides, cooks and sherpas. Our leaders/guides and trek crew are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable holiday to our clients and in an eco-friendly manner. Camping EquipmentAll our camping-treks are outfitted with the highest quality equipment available. Comfortable dome or 'A' frame tents, foam mattresses, dinning tent with camp chairs and tables and a toilet tent are standard equipment on all our camping treks. Hygienic Food & Water PreparationMeals are prepared by well-trained cook. Special care is taken to serve well-boiled and purified drinking water everyday on trail to ensure that our trekkers stay healthy and enjoy. Fuel For CookingWe use kerosene fuel for all clients and staff on all our camping treks. When we use local services like lodges we patronize and encourage those lodges who have adopted ecologically safe methods in use of fuel and waste management - thereby encouraging other lodges to implement similar, or better, methods. Disposal of WasteOur trail staffs are trained in the correct disposal of waste. All biodegradable waste is burned and buried before breaking camp every morning. Care is taken to fill in toilet holes after use. It is our policy to porter all non-degradable waste (viz: used batteries, tins cans, bottles, plastic, etc.) out of the mountains. All our trip members are briefed about requirements regarding waste disposal before starting. All paper and dry tissue are collected and burned by our crew. Plastic, tins, foil, batteries and other non- biodegradable items are to be taken back to proper place. Staff InsuranceWe take pride in the fact that every single porter and guide employed by us is not only well paid but also protected by a life insurance policy. They are provided with warm clothing and proper shelter on all high altitude treks. All our treks benefit the village economics by using local services (manpower, produce, lodges and other services). National Park and Conversation FeeEight areas of Nepal have been designated national parks. They are Langtang, Rara, Royal Chitwan, Sagarmatha (Everest), Shey Phoksondo, Khaptad, Bardia and Makalu Barun National Parks. Trekking in any of those National Park areas requires a park permit, which can be obtained at the national parks and conservation counter office on payment of NRs 1000 each. Similarly trekkers are required to pay NRs. 2000 for every trekker going to the Annapurna and Makalu region. This fee is utilized for environmental conservation and maintenance of the area. Message from Himalayan Republic trek Team.We believe in teamwork, unity is strength. We would like to serve and share all our ideas and experiences with the guests as we have gained knowledge in various sectors. Simply, we prefer for every trip must be 100% safety first, enjoyable and service guaranteed to all our guests. We are strongly committed to this. Please believe us, we serve…..!
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