Helambu - Our Recommendation

Our recommendation for the Helambu trek includes the following do's and don'ts:


Acclimatize slowly to the altitude: The trek starts from Sundarijal (1460m) and reaches a maximum altitude of 3650m at Tharepati. It is recommended to acclimatize slowly to avoid altitude sickness.
Hire a local guide or porter: It is advisable to hire a guide or porter with good knowledge of the area, as the trail can be confusing in some places. They can also provide insight into the local culture and customs.
Respect the local culture and customs: Helambu is a region with a significant population of Sherpas and Tamangs. It is important to respect their customs, beliefs, and way of life.


Do not disturb the wildlife or their habitat: The Helambu region is home to a variety of wildlife, including the endangered red panda. It is important not to disturb them or their habitat.
Do not litter the trail: Keep the trail clean and carry your garbage to the designated disposal areas.
Do not underestimate the weather conditions: The weather in the Helambu region can be unpredictable. It is recommended to carry warm clothing and rain gear as well as to be prepared for unexpected weather conditions.
We hope these recommendations will help you have an enjoyable and safe trek in Helambu.