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Uniway MakerUnique Waymaker Treks & Expedition is a private trekking company duly established and registered under the law of the government of Nepal. It is one of the prominent and most flexible companies of its kind in the country, with high standard of services that respond to the real needs of its valued clients from all over the world.

It is widely accepted that adventure travelling helps broaden our mind and bring what we have studied into reality before our eyes. But we think it is only through well arrangements that make it possible. As we have a proud record of commit-ment to organising various pioneering treks/tours to almost all parts of Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, we feel it is our liability to prevent your goal of travelling to any of these destinations from being ruined by any wrong approach.

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Everest Jiri trek 
Resham was an excellent guide we would have   most likely got lost  shortly after leaving Jiri if wasn’t for his know – how Resham also has an excellent sense of humor and we  had a lot of laugh, He knew where the good food and comfy lodges use and we had a kick-ass time hang out in the Himalayan with over pal Resham, Resham, Resham, Resham

Love matt                  

Resham was an absolutely Amazing guide our experience in the mths would not have been the same without him if we do more trekking we would love to have him. He is Awesome! Thank you Ram and unique way maker team our trek to ktm to base camp was excellent especially with regard to the organization of accommodation meals and permits. This obviously made our way much easier. A special thank you to our guide Bibalal whose judgment in all trekking matters assisted our safty and well wisher. Our friendship with Biblal is a high list of the journey. We hope to be back and we have grateful and very satisfy

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What is the best time of year to trek?

You can find good places to trek somewhere in the Himalayas at anytime of year. However for most regions the best time from is from October to May, with Oct-Nov having best weather for trekking. During the autumn night are cold in the high Himalaya , but the bright sun makes for pleasant daytime temperature (20 degree centigrade to 5 centigrade in the night). Above 3500m temperature range goes down to -10 degree centigrade, and in winter (Dec-Jan) it is about 10 degree colder.

How fit do I have to be to do a trek?

Whilst you do not need to be super-fit, you need to be fit enough to comfortably walk for 5-6 hours per day in the mountains on reasonable trails. Most of our customers have an interest in walking in the hills or countryside of their homeland and are used to similar daily trips.

What is a typical group size? Will I fit in?

We pride ourselves in our small group approach to Adventure Travel. Small groups allow you to share great company without crowding your experience. Our typical groups range in size from 2 up to 8. One of the attractions of such a trip is the chance to meet people with different backgrounds and personalities

What if the dates for the group treks don't fit my itinerary?

If this is the case, we can organise a personalized trek for you. Additionally if you want to spend more time in Kathmandu before or after a trek we can organise the hotels and quote you a price.

Are your tours guaranteed to run?

If you are group of two and more the trip will be is guaranteed to run.

Do I need to buy special equipment?

Usually our clients simply bring their existing clothing and equipment and if necessary supplement this with some extra items purchased cheaply in Kathmandu.

Can I store stuff that I do not use on trek?

Most of the hotel provides storage facility for free.

Do I need travel insurance?

Personal travel insurance is not included in the tour price. It is a condition of booking a tour with Unique Waymaker Treks & Expeditions and your responsibility to ensure for type of tours you are undertaking; the policy must include satisfactory cover for repatriation, high altitudes, trekking and climbing, and helicopter rescue. Please forward your insurance details (e.g. policy number, 24-hour emergency telephone number, name of insurance company) to Unique Waymaker Treks & Expeditions. when available.

What is Altitude sickness?

Altitude sickness, often known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), is a particularly important medical consideration while trekking in Nepal. Altitude sickness means the effect of altitude on those who ascend too rapidly to elevations above 3000 meters. The initial symptoms of AMS are as follows:

Nausea, vomiting
Loss of appetite
Insomnia/ sleeplessness
Persistent headaches
Dizziness, light headaches, confusion
Disorientation, drunken gait
Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs Slight swelling of hands and face
Breathlessness and Breathing irregularly
Reduced urine output

These symptoms are to be taken very seriously. In case of the appearance of any of the above symptoms, any further ascent should be reconsidered; otherwise more serious problems can occur which can cause death, sometimes within a few hours. The only cure for the Altitude Sickness is to descend to lower elevations immediately. Acclimatization by ascending to no more than 300 to 500 meters per day above 3000 meters and the proper amount of rest are the best methods for prevention of AMS.

Will I be able to deal with the high altitude?

Our itineraries are designed so that our clients ascend at a sensible and safe rate. The effects of altitude are felt by everyone, even the Sherpas, but most people find that gentle acclimatisation allows them to reach their high point without any problems.

What is normal meal like on trek?

You will have three meals each day plus snacks. Breakfast usually includes a choice of toast, eggs, hot cereal and hot beverages. Lunch may be prepared hot or served as a picnic always with a choice of beverages. Dinner is a major meal with 4-5 main courses usually including salad and/or soup, several vegetable dishes and a meat dish. There will be a fruit desert and hot beverages. We gladly cater for vegetarians. We combine elements of Western and Asian cuisine.

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