Travel Insurance is mandatory for all the clients who are going to participate in Mardi Himal Trek. We highly recommend a compressive travel insurance package to all our clients, the insurance must cover helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at Height altitude for the trekkers to Annapurna base camp, it will be assisted inadequate protection tour to cover personal injury, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, and any kind of illness will be covered. Alpine Ramble Treks kindly ask for any of our travelers to send a reliable travel insurance copy through email once you book the trip with us. Your travel insurance must cover personal accidents, medical expenses, emergency repatriation, and personal liability. Having good travel insurance will not only guarantee you peace of mind while you travel with us but also provide you with complete coverage for anything things that may go wrong.
A Typical Day On The Trek
Every morning during the Mardi Himal Trek, you will be served a wake-up tea at about 6 am by our guide then we go to have breakfast with the stunning views.
Breakfast, normally the breakfast serves around 7 am, and walk start by 8 am, the walking will begin after the stretching and warm-up before we move on every day, Our daily walk is Normally around 3-4 hours approximately but it depends on your level of physical fitness as well.
Lunch during the trek is usually held between 12-1 pm with a 40-minute duration, the fresh and hygienic lunch will be typically taken from the menu which will serve as fast as possible with a cup of tea or coffee.
Dinner and Overnight camp, Soon we arrive at our camp (Trekking lodge) then we might take some rest before we go to dinner and but our guide and porter will be glad to serve the cup of tea in your room while resting and we alert that for our dinner around 5-7 5 pm, rest of the time you may like to visit the places around or resting in the room.
At the termination of the day, our trekking guide encourages you to visit the local Sherpa settlements to know more about their culture and lifestyle in the Himalayas region while preparing the meals.
Every day our trekking will be nicely pleasured by stunning sceneries of Himalayas mountain views, taking the captivating photos and videos of untouchable mountains and exploring the mountain villages and their lifestyle which can be a delighting moment.
Note: Every day, after dinner our guide will be briefing about the program the next day.
Passport and Visa
All clients must have a valid passport with at least 6 months prior validity from the return date Nepalese visas can be obtained from the immigration office or Consulate in your country or arrival at Kathmandu Airport.
Concerning your desirable interest in any trip with Alpine Ramble Treks, we absolutely accept even your last-minute booking. You can book a trip directly Online or by calling anytime. But eventually, Last minute booking may not acceptable for Bhutan and Tibet.
Extra personal expenses on trekking
All your foods are included in the package (Lunch, Breakfast, and Dinner with hot drinks), the foods will be served as per the package program and besides that cost will be extra if you extend the trip more than the schedule of our package. last but not least, we would also like to suggest that our client carry some snacks like energy bars, snickers, water, chocolates, cookies, and personal belonging materials like passport, battery chargers, etc..
Equipment lists for Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Head and Face
- Warm and a sun hat with a scarf
- Sunscreen +40 or above
- Proper sunglass
- Face wipes and tiny towels
List for Hands & Body parts
- Lightweight gloves
- And warm Globes
- Down jacket (the company will be provided in rent)
- A thick Sleeping bag (the company will be provided in rent)
- 2 pairs of hiking t-shirts, preferably quick-drying, possibly thermal tops for the treks
- Fleece jacket and sweaters for the cold temperature
- Poncho or rain jacket
- warm Socks, preferably a cotton –mix
- Lightweight cotton trekking pants
- The proper Trekking Boots
- crampon (optional)
- walking poles
- Day Backpack above the 30 L
- Pack covers and Thermal bottle
- Water peals for the normal water
- Laundry soap
- Antibacterial Gel
- Camera/ Cell Phone
- Money wallet with Money
- Padlocks/ Plastic bag
- Watch/ Sewing kit
- Extra p photos and passport photocopies
- Diamox (acetazolamide)
- Elastic bandages
- Cotton bandages and band-aids
- Lancing needle
- Antibiotic eye-drops
- Antiseptic antibacterial cream or solution
- Anti-emetic for nausea (not at high altitude)
- Loperamide to control diarrhea
- Norfloxacin or Cipro to cure diarrhea, and other infections