Mardi Himal Accommodation
Mardi Himal trek is a tea house trek where you will also see few Tea House at Potana, Deurali, Forest Camp, Low Camp, Badal danda, High Camp and Sidding. The trek is generally a tea house trek where you will be sleeping in beautiful, traditional tea houses. This trek is designed to provide some exceptional mountain views, to get away from the tea houses trails and into the forest and villages that have not felt the impact of the tourism. They offer the best possible service and facilities and the food menus include the local and essential food items basically. You will have very short food menus as you ascend to the higher altitude and the cost of food increases with the increase in the trek altitudes. The tea house on this trek is basic and offers only the essential items to trekkers. The trek to this place is full of excitement and loads of fun and the Mardi Himal trek is famous for its beautiful views of the mountains. If you are trekking to the Mardi Himal trek in high season there will be so many people so you have to be quick tricky to better accommodation than others and whenever you move for the trekking, the sun will set and you need somewhere to take rest and spend the night.
Accommodation Mardi Himal
Mardi Himal Trek is the hidden treasure of the Annapurna region and it is the lowest and perhaps the least visited of the trekking in Nepal. You will have very short food as menus as you ascend to higher altitudes. To decrease your expense and you can bring your own refilled bottles where you should also bring your own water purifying tabs or gels. You will have easy walks in several exotic topography of the Annapurna region and almost all the tea houses on the trail provide good basic standards of comfort and cleanliness. Your rooms will be private with twin sharing bed and a few lodges provide some rooms with a plug where you can charge otherwise there will not be plug to charge your electrical devices but at the reception. This trek is one of the best treks known for its solidarity and preservation and the region has seen very few visitors so that trail is less trodden making the journey peaceful.