Which are the most popular destinations for Solo female trekking in Nepal?
Our list has many packages for a trek around Himalayan Nepal. These treks are the most famous route in Nepal which explores the beauty of natural, magical landscapes, and see the highest mountain peaks in the world. Check it out.
Everest Base Camp Trek
Every adventure trekkers love to trek base camp of the world's highest peak Mount Everest. This Everest Base Camp Trek is attracted by the wide ranges of Himalayan and culture, traditional, and local lifestyle of Sherpa community. This EBC Trek leads you to an amazing viewpoint Kala Patthar which lies 5,455 meters above sea level.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek
Annapurna Base Camp Trek is also known as the Annapurna Sanctuary Trek, it's the perfect route for all of the age trekkers to enjoy the exciting valley and nature. ABC Trek touches the lower treK Poon Hill for a panorama view of Himalayan ranges with a golden sunrise view. Your trip will be more fantastic to reach the lap of Mount Annapurna.
Langtang Valley Trek
Most of the trekkers choose the short and easy trek Langtang Valley to walk along the massive glacier valley, as well as enjoy the interesting Sherpa and Tamang culture. This Langtang valley trek is a great option for the first-time Himalayan trek to get an exciting experience.
Manaslu Circuit Trek
Manaslu Circuit Trek is one of the most unique remoted valley routes in Nepal, which is also known as the popular circuit trek in the Manaslu Region. This trek offers to explore the base camp of Mount Manaslu and cross the Larkya La Pass.
Solo female Trekker safe to Travel
Make you safe to travel is our top priority responsibility Nepal is world famous trekking route and also knows as the difficult journey or easy. During the trek, you will be the best training and experienced guide, who came from the high region of Himalayan. Our guide will carry all necessary paper and essentials equipment with a first aid kit. In case, if our clients come to some emergency problems of mountain sickness and accident then we immediately send a rescue helicopter. Any region of the Himalayan treks will demand good health and fitness, so make healthy your body before joining the trip.
Accommodation for solo female trekker
Nepal Trekking region accommodations are Lodge and Teahouse. Around Kathmandu, we can find a good facility with comfortable accommodation at the Hotel. Around the trekking, all accommodations are on a twin-shared basis for females and males. During the trek, Himalayan frozen Adventure will manage a room with attached washrooms. In the teahouse, we have to share the toilet. A single room is available in Kathmandu and the lower elevation trekking region but might be impossible to higher elevations but we provide the best safe room for solo females.
Trekking equipment is the essential material used during the trip to the Himalayas, which is used on a daily basis. Without trekking equipment, your trip may be unsuccessful so we request you please follow the list. If you do have not time to buy in your country, so don't worry we can help to buy trekking equipment in Kathmandu. Himalayan Frozen Adventure Pvt.Ltd will make your precious time reference and entertainment.
Trekking Equipment Lists
- Sun hat
- Warm hat and scarf
- Face wipes and towels
- Sunscreen +40
- Waterproof & Snowproof Gloves
- Lightweight gloves
- Sleeping bag
- Down jackets
- Sport hiking t-shirts, preferably quick-drying
- Fleece jacket and sweaters
- Poncho and rain jacket
- Socks preferably cotton –mix
- Lightweight cotton trekking pants with folding option
Lists of Footwear
- Water/Snowproof Trekking Boots
- Socks preferably cotton sports socks but take some extra pairs
- Crampon (optional)
- Day Backpack above the 30 L
- Pack covers
- Thermos Bottel- hard bottle that can be used for boiled drinking water
- Umbrella / Poncho
- Walking pole if you need it
- Thick Sleeping bag
- Laundry soap
- Antibacterial Gel
- Cell phone
- Money wallet with Money
- Plastic bag
- 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, other infections
- Oral rehydration salts
Himalayan Frozen Adventure Pvt. Ltd porter is available for (2 trekkers a porter) who will carry up to 20 kg at maximum; therefore, keep this in mind before you pack your bags!!!
Trek with A Local Guide
We, Himalayan Frozen Adventure provides the deepest knowledge leader through the Himalayan Trekking, who has the ability to face challenges. The Nepal route is an adventure challenge where has different types of risks. During the trekking, you have might some risks like altitude sickness, weather conditions, wildlife attacks, and Fear of getting lost. But don't worry, the guide will solve this problem and make you feel safe with a free and delightful trip. The guide has a big role to play in making the journey contextual and excellent. The guide will make your journey pleasant and accompany you in times of danger, who will succeed in winning your heart.
The necessary document you should carry
- Insurance papers which are depending on the agency
- Some booking and payment details.
- passports sized photos
- TIMS and Permits
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
AMS or altitude sickness is one of the main risks while traversing at high altitudes. The main region behind getting AMS is when the body doesn't adjust to the lower level, and the result can be deadly. So it is very important to take proper measures on time. Gaining altitude with constant pace and proper acclimatization days will help reduce the chances of getting AMS.
Similarly, you also have to keep yourself hydrated during the trek, therefore, drink enough water and avoid alcoholic drinks as it dehydrates the body. If you are planning to trek in one of the adventurous trails of Nepal then do keep the above things in your mind.
Symptoms of altitude sickness
- Difficulty in sleeping
- Dizziness or light-headedness
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea or vomiting
- Shortness of breath with exertion
- Include an adequate number of rest days in the itinerary
- Keep yourself hydrated
- Do not drink alcoholic beverages
- Do not gain more than 500 meters in a day
- Try to spend the night in lower altitude
- Acclimatize properly at a lower altitude
- Inform your guide immediately if any of the symptoms you see
- Do not push yourself