Arun Valley Trekking
Among one of the best destination for trekking, Arun valley is one which provides an outstanding panoramic view point of both Mt Everest and Mount Makalu. It is situated between the Sagarmatha national and Makalu-Barun National Parks. A different approach to the Khumbu region is provided by trekking in this basin. We especially recommend an approach for trekking on this site to those people who have already been in the Everest region and who wishes to revisit Everest Base Camp (Kalapattar) through a less traveling route.
This adventure fully appreciates the divine power of nature i.e. it's unexplainable beauty which provides some magnificent mountain view beginning with a flight to Tumlingtar to the East of Everest, the first week is spent by trekking on virgin territory into the Solu Khumbu region before an entrance upon the main Everest trail to Kallapattar for tremendous close ups of Everest Nuptse and Lhotse along with many others before a journey back to Lukla and a flight to Kathmandu. An Arun valley trek is still not so facilitated but there are availability of teahouse facilities in different places of route for a small group and there are easy trekking routes following to the Arun River. There is nice environment for the arrangement of camping site. Trekking on this trail is possible to operate in any season. Please contact us for a good service in better price.
Though we always Endeavour in making your experience in Nepal the best one, there must be efforts from your side as well to make that possible. Even though we will be informing about all these a multiple times before and during the trek, it might still be better to have a general overview of certain things on your trek to Nepal. Some of the useful suggestions we could give to you for your travel to Nepal with us are:
A) This really should not be necessary to mention here. But, just for the formality, please DON'T mishandle the natural resources in any manner in any time, either on your destination or the way. Those natural resources are what help that particular place to maintain its inherent beauty and to attract generous souls like you in the first place. You wouldn't want to rob the place of its natural beauty now, would you?
B) And, another important aspect we need to consider before taking any actions, especially when we are in some places with indigenous culture and traditions, are the direct and indirect implications of our activities to the culture of that particular place and by and large, the people. We need to carefully analyse and decide whether what we are doing can really be justified if we look at the greater impact of it in the culture of that place. We all, as a tourist to that particular place and the people, have an inherent responsibility to acknowledge and respect the culture and traditions, no matter how odd or eccentric we might perceive it to be.
C) Though there will always be a professional trekking guide mastered in the art of first aid and basic medicines when you travel with us, we still suggest you to take precautionary and pre-emptive measures to maintain proper physical and mental health, which includes but not limited to, activities like maintaining proper sanitation, consulting with the guide about any health problems prior to the start of the trek if there is any, having pure drinking water and taking in the zeal and adventure of the trek to an extent that your body can take in.
D) Another factor to give a serious consideration on is your obedience to what your guide says to you is best for the trek. We all need to follow whatever the guide explains us to, because we are not only unaware about most of the things that the guide is, but also ignorant of the greater impacts of our activities to the community. You are free and actually encouraged to question your guide on the reasoning’s of a particular decision if time and situation permits, but generally it would not be a problem since we all are rational individuals, except for children who ought to be taken care of and supervised.
E) Though we would not necessarily term it as a 'civil responsibility' but it certainly does fall under a 'moral responsibility' to help the local community foster via recommending your friends and acquaintances to travel as well. Because after you acknowledge the natural and cultural beauty of a particular place, you don't only owe it to your friends to let them know but also, to the local community itself to help them survive and grow as a society.
Other than these, it will always be extremely fun and enticing to travel in this holy country and we promise you to make it the best experience that you possibly can ever have.