Nepal Fact Sheet
Special permit are not required for the trekking in Annapurna , Everest and Langtang treks. However, conservation fees are required for these national parks. A valid permit is required for certain areas such as Mustang, Dolpo, Kanchanjunga, Manaslu etc. area which we will obtain upon your arrival. We will require at least two working days and two passports size photographs for preparing those documents.
Whether the teahouse or camping, the accommodation is always included for the trekking duration. In Kathmandu , our guests typically stay at the Hotel Dynasty, which offers air conditioning, television and 24-hour room service. The staffs of the hotel are friendly and helpful. Normally we book twin rooms with private bath for the teahouse trek and two person tents for the camping trek. If you prefer single supplementary room, the extra cost will be charged. Single rooms are available at extra cost.
For the teahouse trek, sleeping bag, dawn jacket, sunglasses and trekking boots will be enough but for the camping trek, Tents, sleeping pads, cooking/dining equipment is provided. On any trip involving camping, you will need to bring a sleeping bag. You will also need to bring a pair of walking boots and a daypack. Specific recommendations are given in our pre-departure information. More ......
Normally, we include all necessary domestic land and air transport during the trip where a vehicle is used. It is normally for the exclusive use of the group but will be share to other groups seldom. We usually use tourist buses and private as well.
Passengers departing from the Tribhuvan International Airport are required to pay an airport tax. If you are going to depart for domestic flight, it is generally charged RS 169.50 (Appropriately US $2.50) and if you are going to depart for international flight there is also two kind of charge such at SAARC Countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) and non SAARC countries charges. Airport taxes are generally excluded in the trip.
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- Around Kathmandu
- Adventure Trekking
- Peak Climbing
- Bicycle Tour
- Sight-Seeing Excursions
- Custom Itineraries
- Information About AMS
- Clothing and Gear
- Personal Security in Nepal
- Nepal Fact Sheet
- Trekking Grade in Nepal.
- Trekking Rules and Regulation
- Why Himalayan Humanity ?
Images of the
2003, Rich Rawling
Everest from north of Gokyo
Sisters in the Sherpa village of Trakshindu La
Buhddist chorten through a tea house window
Cho Oyu and faded Buhddist prayer flags
Terraced fields along the trail from Jir
Dzopkyos carry loads above Namche Bazaar
Looking back to Thamserku from above Machermo
Family house along the trail up the Dudh Kosi