Showing posts with label trekking. Show all posts
Showing posts with label trekking. Show all posts

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Types of Itinerary

-Outline/short /Technical Itinerary 6D+5
-Detail itinerary 6D+5+1D
A. 6D+ 5

1. Date
5. Difficult

And another 5 elements
1. Time
2. Transport
3. Accommodation

1D- Attraction of Days

Note: Make short as possible, short and suit

Grading or Difficult of Trekking
Grade A/Soft up to 2000 m approximately 16 km per day
Grade B / Medium up to 3000 meters approximately 12 km per day
Grade  C / harStreneous up to 4000 m app. 8 km per day
Grade D/ technical challenging aboce 4500 m  with high passes.

Functions and Role of Trekking Guide

A. Information and Communication
B. Service

Knowledge of Itinerary (Trekking)
Grading or Difficult of Trekking
C. Staff and Group Briefing
   Group i:e: Members, Tourists3.

1. Types of Briefing
a.Introductory Briefing
b.Day Briefing
c. Spot Briefing
d. General Briefing

2. Subject Of Briefing
(Nepali Greeting, Nepali Table manner, Social norms, values, practises, countries rules and regulation, high altitude sickness and prevention, trekker discipline, does and done for trekker, flora and fauna of the region, nature, culture geography, history and religion, Itinerary and attraction of the day, safety and security, walking manner, refund and non-refundable policy, service include an exclusive policy.
3. Art of Briefing
:4P +3
(Pro-active, Positive, Polite, Perfect)
(Curious, Humour, Knowledge of the subject)
*NO debate only facts should be told them
*never Insult and make guilty
*our culture and tourists culture

D. Guest or Camp/Lodge Safety and Security
-Hygenic Food and drinkable water
-Always carry medical/kit box
-If necessary procced for helicopter rescue
-Use of toilet tents, gas and kerosene during the camping trek
-Manage waste disposable method
-clean your tented camp before you have to leave the place
-try to leave the only footprint to minimize negative impact when you are visiting

-Always trek in a group/do not split the group
-Brief your staff of group all kind of security matter and make them responsible for their personal belongings
-But internally be responsible for all kind of security matter for your staff
-Select the safest place for you camp or loge
- Manage night security for camping trek
-keep good relation with locals and police where you are visiting
-Design and set your camp near to the other group

F. Trekking and Costing
-Local entry charges
-Personal Expenses
-Service charges
-Charges like Wifi, hot water shower,

G Handling Crisis
-Sick, including high altitude sickness
-Nature disaster
-flight cancel
-Not enough accommodation
-complain by guest
-Roadblock (4412780)
-Conflict management between  staff

 Importance of Satisfied Guest
-Recommendation/word of mouth
-Effect marketing without spending money

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Friday, November 3, 2017

Sagarmatha National Park III

Landscape comprises the highest mountain peaks, rugged terrain, high altitude wetlands, glaciers, rivers, forests, and pastures land. Sagarmatha National Park is home to Gokyo and other high altitude lakes

 An estimated 1,074 species of flora found in the Park (BPP 1995)
 Records of 160 vascular plants, sixgymnosperms, 109 dicots, and 45 monocots
Records of 26 species of mammals, 162 species of birds, and 13 species of reptiles/amphibians from the Park (DNPWC 2003)

21 endemic species of flowering vegetation were recorded from national park (HMGN/MFSC 2002)
Thirteen species of mammals found in SNP are protected by CITES
6 species of mammals, 2 bird species are considered endangered and protected under of NPWC Act 1973
Mammal species symbolic of the park include the Snow leopard (Uncia uncia), a Musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster), and Red Panda (Ailurus fulgens),
Bird species symbolic of the Park are the Impeyan pheasant, Lammergeyer, Bearded vulture, Snow cock, and the Yellow-billed chough

First national park in Nepal to become accredited as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 for its exceptional area with  mountains, glaciers, and deep valleys dominated by Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world

Declaration of a Park buffer zone in January 2002 (DNPWC 2003) 

Sagarmatha National Park I

Sagarmatha National Park (1,148 km2) and buffer zone (275 km2)
Physiographic aspects

Manaslu Conservation Area III

Manaslu Conservation Area II

Mountain peaks, glaciers, high latitude lakes, rivers, pastures, forests and cultivated landscomprise the landscape of Manaslu Conservation Area
 An estimated 2,500 species of flora recorded in the area (BPP 1995), including 587 vascular plants: 10 gymnosperms, 491 dicots, and 86 monocots (Annex 1.9.15)
 Recorded of 33 species of mammals, 110 species of birds, and three species of reptiles and amphibians in Manaslu (KMTNC 2002);
current checklists include nine species of mammals protected under CITES
 Six species of mammals and one bird species are protected under Appendix I of NPWC Act 1973
 Mammal species symbolic of Manaslu Conservation Area (MCA) include the Snow leopard (Panthera uncia, Uncia uncia), Musk deer (Moschus Chrysogaster), Himalayan Tahr (Hemitragus jemalhicus), and ground squirrel
(family Sciuridae)
 Bird species symbolic of MCA are the Variegated laughing-thrush (Garrulax variegatus), Grandala (Grandala coelicolor), and Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentiles)

Manaslu Conservation Area I

Manaslu Conservation Area (1,663 km2)

 Physiographic Aspects

Annapurna Conservation Area (INFO III)

Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA INFO II)

Mountain above 6000 to 8848 m, high altitude pastures land, trans-Himalayan valleys, forests, lakes, glaciers, rivers and cultivated lands comprise the landscape; some of the highest peaks in the world (Annapurna I: 8091m, Machhapuchhere: 6993m) are contained in this conservation area, also the world’s deepest gorge: Kali Gandaki, and highest altitude lake: Tilicho Lake.

2 distinct climatic zone within a distance of 120 km of Annapurna Region and altitude of 1000-8000 m: 3000 mm annual rainfall in the south (The Himalayas), and less than 500 mm annual rainfall in the north (trans-Himalayas).

Home of 101 species of mammals including the Snow leopard, Musk deer, Tibetan Argali, Tibetan wolf, and Tibetan fox
Home of 474 species of birds "including 38 species of birds at risk in Nepal, and 6 species of Himalayan pheasants found in Nepal."
The host of 39 species of reptiles and 22 species of amphibians.

Home for more 10 ethnic groups (Tibeto-Burmese: Gurung, Thakali, Bhotia, Ethnic Tibetan, and
Magar; and Indo Aryan: Brahmin, Kshetri, Kami, Damai and Sarki)

3,430 species of flora have been recorded in the conservation area
Records of 456 vascular plants: 5 pteridophytes, 11 gymnosperms, 392 dicots, and 48 monocots
Thirteen species of mammals and three bird species are protected under NPWC Act 1973

Mammal species symbolic of ACA are the Snow leopard, Musk deer, Tibetan argali, and Tibetan wolf
Bird species symbolic of the area are the Golden eagle, Demoiselle crane, and various pheasants

Annapurna Conservation Area (ACAP INFO I)

Annapurna Conservation Area (7,629 km2)

Physiographic Aspects

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Himlung Himal

Himlung Himal is a mountain of Himalayas range. It is 150 km northwest of Kathmandu and altitude of 7,140 m.

Himlung Base Camp 

Panorama Point Lodge And Restaurant-Chhomrong

The Lodges we stay one night at Chhomrong, they offer us nice accommodation

Contact here: +97797455026176 +9779814165498

Mansarovar Tourist Increase Through Nepal

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Hiunchuli Glacier Lake

 Glacier Lake Lies about the Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) approximately above 5000m. Many trekkers do not go up to there. If you want, extend your itinerary for 1 days more in base camp. It will take more than an hour around 2 hours to reach.

View of Annapurna Range

Viewing Annapurna Massif from The Tibet Section Lamjung Himal (6983 m), Annapurna II (7937 m),  Annapurna III (7555 m),  Annapurna IV ...