Teahouses have cheap rates
Teahouse bedrooms are very simple
warm sleeping clothes, including a beanie a quality season four or five sleeping bag a hot water bottle
Teahouse bathrooms aren't always the best
Teahouse common rooms are cosy and social
There's a lit stove making the room nicely cosy. The decor is unique and often really interesting. This is where folks relax, chat, play cards and read. You enjoy tasty hot food and drinks after a day spent in the elements. You meet interesting people from all around the world!
The common room is normally the only heated room in a teahouse, so it's where everyone hangs out.
Think carefully about what you eat and drink
Note that drinking lots of water helps to alleviate the negative symptoms of high altitude. So drink up!
The low-down on electricity, Wi-Fi and charging points
Be sure to pack a headlamp (and extra batteries) so you can move about your room and the bathroom should the electricity go out.
Be sure to have plenty of rupees to hand for small purchases along the trek like charging your devices and buying snacks.