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On day 1 of the trek and the last day of the trek, you can stay in comfortable homestays which provide a list of dishes such as Thukpa (noodles made of buckwheat), Tibetan pieces of bread and other Nepali-style dishes.
On all other days of the Sandakphu trek, you get to stay in Tea houses which are distinctive from one other. Staying in Tea houses is one of the best parts of the Sandakphu Phalut trek, as it offers a rich cultural heritage experience. You can observe the local’s culture and their practices very closely. When staying in Tea houses, you can see the way the locals cook food and their way of leading life. These terrific tea houses would give you the best experience one ever could get on a trek.
The tea houses are painted in blue, yellow, and all other colours of the flag to represent the positive vibes of the place. They also have pleasant colourful flowering plants that add extra sparkle to the tea houses. How exciting it would be to stay in a colourful tea house surrounded by beautiful floral plants under the mesmerising mountains? Well, Sandakphu phalut trek is awaiting to offer you this larger-than-life experience.
Sandakphu trek is the only trek in India that offers you a great stay in terrific tea houses, where you can immerse yourself in Nepali culture.
Sandakphu Phalut trek is a must to do trek for trekkers. It is one of the few places in the world where you can see four out of five world’s highest peaks. No other trek in India offers such a beautiful view of places ranging from sleeping buddha to Mount Everest. Sandakphu trek is a cluster of rich culture, adventure, fun, and marvellous views.
Can’t stress it enough, Sandakphu Phalut trek is a must to do trek in India.
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