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Tea House Food in EBC Trek

Tea House Food in EBC Trek

It may be a new term for you ‘Tea house,’ actually; the word clarifies its meaning itself. Tea house is a specific house serving you Tea, yes that’s near to your answer. Early days, the locals used to sit on the roadway with some chairs offering Tea to the guest. With the increase in guest and time, they came to the point of shifting their business into houses. Now, they serve every food items, including western foods. Of course, they do have rooms for sleep too. You should know Hotel Tea House and Food in Everest Base Camp Trek before you make plan for next adventure.

Tea houses are available at every gap of Everest Trek. So, the Everest Base Camp trek is alternatively named as Tea House Trek. The staffs are fully prepared to welcome you. Each day they wait for the guest, greet you in a Nepali style, and bring a smile on your face. It is the place to relax and chill. A typical teahouse provides all sorts of necessary facilities, including a clean room with a single bed, hot meals, electricity, and hot shower.

If you’re thinking of trekking Everest, Annapurna, and Langtang area, then Tea houses will be your trekking partner. It’s evident that the number of teahouses decreases with the increase in altitude, and so do the facilities. You need to adjust to any condition because they are the only place to sleep. In the peak season, earlier booking of the tea houses is essential. All the travel companies do that so that you don’t face any problem during your trekking journey.

Words can’t be enough to explain the Everest Base Camp trek. The trek leads you to the highest peak in the world, Mt. Everest. Thousands of traveling souls have reached the summit, also the base camp. The Everest Expedition started after the successful climbing of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. The dramatic mountain peaks would always add attraction to the Everest trekking trail. It’s your turn to prepare and get ready for it. Old days, it was almost painful to go up to Everest Base Camp. Tea houses play a vital role in the promotion of Tourism in the Everest region. Travelers used to carry heavy bags with all foods items. That was boring and difficult. However, now, the tea houses serve fresh, well-cooked foods decreasing the burden of Travelers.

The Sherpa Culture, tradition, and custom of the Khumbu region are captivating. You will learn more about locals, their primary source of income, trade, monasteries, history and get in touch with traditional villages during the Everest Base Camp Trek. Tengboche Monastery carries the history of the Everest region. Exploring Sagarmatha National Park means getting in touch with a wide range of flora and faunas, birds and animals.

On reaching Kathmandu, our representative will take you to the Standard hotel of Thamel. Then, fly to Lukla, where the real trekking begins. Trekking to Phakding and the Gateway of the Everest Region- Namche Bazaar. Bazaar has its value and importance. Every hotel, lodges and tea houses buy their every item from Namche Bazaar and carry to the higher elevation. That’s why we frequently suggest you not to eat any non-veg thing at a higher elevation. That will cause illness, and you won’t be able to trek higher. The Khumbu Glacier is spectacular. The Khumjung villages, suspension bridges, mountain ranges including Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Ama Dablam and Mt. Nuptse are the major attractions of the Everest Base Camp Trek. Tea House Trekking, often known as the best trekking trail in Nepal leads you through traditional villages, local people, high hills, and forest areas. You trek for 5-7 hours and rest and sleep in the tea house. Tea and coffee are favorite in tea houses.

EBC Teahouse Trek

Tea houses Facilities-Toilets, Showers, and Bedroom

You know all tea houses aren’t the same. The service decreases, and the charge becomes high on moving higher elevation. The tea houses quantity varies as per the trek you choose. More than 30,000 travelers trek to Everest region annually, and the tea houses will be pack in peak season. Sometime, you may need to share the room too. Usually, you can find a flush toilet and hot water showers costing you USD 4 at a lower elevation. However, with the increase in height, you get a decrease in this facility. You don’t find hot water in the higher altitude as well.

The price also increases as you trek towards the higher altitude. You can say that everything rises trekking higher, danger, prices on products and services, and all. The average price of a well-equipped tea house is USD 5-10. If you travel with us, we will include the accommodation prices on our trip package.

EBC Teahouse Trek

Tea houses Facilities- Rooms, Electricity, And Wi-Fi

Every tea houses offer you twin sharing rooms, which consist of two single beds with a small table in between the beds. You can find a pillow, and bed cover in all the tea houses but we suggest you use your sleeping bag because the nights are so cold. It would help if you carried an earplug which keeps your ear warm in the night time.

Electricity is available in all the tea houses with multiple plugs points near your beds. The charge is USD 3-5 per hour for the use of a plug, which is in high demand as well. Therefore, the busier tea houses make multiple plug points, and that’s their business logic.

Some tea houses offer internet connection and Wi-Fi taking some charge. We recommend not to use these Wi-Fi’s because mostly they are useless with a slow connection. Instead of that, you can buy a 4G SIM card. The link is perfect in the Everest region, and it’s affordable as well.

EBC Teahouse Trek

Tea House Facilities- Food

This is the primary benefit of using a tea house. You don’t need to worry about meals; they will serve it on time. The foods vary from Teahouse to Teahouse. There is no more choice, but every food is delicious and tasty. You get vegetables, lentils along with pickle and Bhat which is known as National Nepalese Food in all the tea houses and that’s common in between them.

As said above, please ignore the meat items. The Sherpa buy and bring them from Namche Bazaar. It takes much more time to carry them to a higher elevation. Thus, it gets rotten and will cause you sickness if you eat them.

General Tips for Tea House and Food in EBC Trek

Using a tour operator for the trip is essential because you get a lot of ideas, knowledge, and protection from them. They will book the tea houses earlier. Overall, you get free from any tension going with a travel agency. However, you need to take extra care in the tea house about your hygiene.

The next thing is that test the guides and porter before going for the trek. If you can’t understand them, then that’s no use of taking them. We provide English Speaking Government License Holder Expert Guides and porters for you. Jus hit the call button; we are always waiting for you.