Trekking Guide in Nepal
25 Mar 2019 NEG
Nepal is a small landlocked country in mid-Asia. It is one of the most popular countries for trekking and touring in the world because there are so many high mountains over 8000 m including Mt. Everest(World’s tallest mountain), thus, if you are planning to explore the country and Himalayas with full of information and your safety than you should have Trekking guide in Nepal.
There are so many trekking routes and they are really popular all over the world such as Everest base camp & Kalapathar trek, Annapurna circuit trek, ABC trek, Poon hill trek, Around Manaslu trek, Kanchenjunga trek, Upper Mustang, Upper Dolpo, Langtang trek, high pass trek so on.
Trekking is the major attraction of Nepal for travelers either short, easy, or adventurous treks you can trek as per your desire.
There is quite some trekking guide in Nepal but they are not all professional and experienced, however, when you are trekking over the Himalayas you should take a professional guide either he is a freelance guide in Nepal or with a travel agency you have to check his License, language, and his profile then you can trust him.
Most trekking guide works with a trekking agency and there is some trekking guide in Nepal that works themself independently.
To Find a freelance /Independent trekking guide in Nepal personally can be not really safe to trek but if you know his all details, his carrier, and his honesty then you can trek with him as it is really important.
1. A grade trekking guide
A grading guide is known as a professional trekking guide that can easily explain about entire religion, politics, culture, and the Himalayas. they are relatively quite expensive but you will get such a wonderful chance to experience the Culture, Religion, and Himalayas because A grading guide provides you with accurate information and you understand better the Remote life in Nepal.
The fact is that A grade quality guide, who can share so much knowledge and also who can speak some extra languages such as Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, German, Italian, etc.
2. B-grade trekking guide
The B grade guide is slightly less smart than the A grading guide relatively because the B grade guide only can explain proper topics but they can communicate easily with their clients and speak quite good English. they are also experienced and kind. If you are a budget traveler and looking for budget trekking in Nepal then we highly recommend you to get B grade Guide, he is slightly cheaper than an A-grade guide and can help you any time during your trek.
3. C-grade Trekking guide
There are mainly 3 types of guides C grade guide is also good for those who can’t speak good English. C Grade guide speaks basic English but they are also smart in the proper field. they know about trekking routes, lodges, and food, and speak basic English but they are also authorized to license holder guide.
Best time to trek in Nepal
Trekking in Nepal is the main attraction for travelers but it is better to visit when the weather gets clear and safe to trek. March to May and September to November are the best season months/seasons to trek in the Himalayas of Nepal it is also known as the spring and autumn season but there are so many other short and easy treks that can be done any month of the year.
If you are looking for the best trekking guide then you have to ask your agency or guide when to come to Nepal and how can I get a professional guide, you should know that before you book your trek because during the high season getting the best guide is really difficult.
Trekking difficulty level
There are quite some trekking routes are in Nepal but none of them required any strenuous climbing even on the Chola pass, Renjola pass, or Everest base camp trek, You don’t need to do any technical climb. If you are visiting Nepal in spring( March to May) and Autumn( September to November) then your trek will be really easy to walk this is why we call it the best time to go to Nepal but if you trek in winter then you might need some technical gears and professional guide for your safety.
If you are simply fit you can make the short trek in less than 7 days if you are quite fit then you can trek over the Chola pass(5416M), Thorongla pass(5420M), and Kambala pass including Everest base camp.