Teahouses are often run by locals, but they are not a traditional part of the culture as they were built to cater for the growth in tourism. Those lucky enough to own a teahouse business are fortunate to have a source of income that is often restricted to the small group of locals they employ.
In Tea house trekking, trekkers stay at the comfortable hotel, guesthouses or lodges available at the location where you stop for overnight. A number of tea house are opened en-route to almost all famous Everest Base Camp. You can stay at the tea house, enjoy the yummy meals from the menu, take a shower and relax after long walking hours. Go for a Everest trek with the company of a guide who will take care of your satisfaction and a porter who will carry your backpack. Adventure Connexion is all-time available to confirm your booking at best tea houses available which serve delicious meals. Nevertheless, an additional sleeping bag must be carried although the tea houses have comfy beds.
Camp-based treks spread money more widely to sections of the community that don’t have the resources to own a teahouse and employ around 25% more local people than on a teahouse trek.
The regular crew employed on every trek consists of a guide, assistant guides, cook and kitchen crew, trekking Sherpas and porters. Our wilderness camps require an even bigger crew of porters, with more gear to carry.
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