Make sure you are using authorized agency
There are several groups or individuals, who have placed websites on Internet and offer very cheap prices to attract for various trips.
They are not only illegal tour operators, but also not registered to the authorities, and responsible to no one. Before going with them, you must know some facts. If you need a helicopter rescue or something happens during your trip - it is possible there might be nobody to help you, or the assistance could be delayed / not operated. In other hand travelling without necessary permits and organizing trip with illegal operators violate the laws of Nepal, which hopefully you don't want.
Make sure you have proper equipments
Trekking in Nepal and mostly on Himalayan region, you will need to be well equipped. List of recommended equipments will be provided on request. You should remember that most of the trekking equipments are available for hiring in Kathmandu (at very good rates). Other equipments of major logistic support such as tents, camping and kitchen utensils will be provided by our side.
While permission is not required to trek to most areas, trekking permit is required for restricted areas. To get a group trekking permit an application form should be submitted through any registered trekking agency of Nepal. Some restricted areas are open only for group trekkers and trekking permit to these areas will not be issued to individual trekkers. For detail information, send email to us - firstname.lastname@example.org
See the latest security updates
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Obtaining Nepal visa is easy
You can obtain tourist visa upon arrival at Kathmandu Airport. See visa information.
The best season for your trips
Normally trekking trips in Nepal can be organized / enjoyed throughout a whole year. However, Spring (Mar - May) and Autumn (Sep - Nov) are considered as the best seasons.
Nepal Trekking - FAQ
Please see the answers provided for some common questions on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section, or feel free to email us at anytime - email@example.com
Here are some tips on how visitors can remain safe:
- Inform you whereabouts immediately upon arrival to the local police or concerned embassy or consulate.
- Use the services of government registered travel and trekking agencies only.
- Stay only at government registered hotels, resorts, guest houses and lodges.
- Use only those porters who are authorized by your travel agency or hotel.
- Exchange foreign currency only at authorized places.
- Never carry your wallet in the back pocket.
- Make sure your wallet is in the inside jacket pocket or side pocket of the trousers.
- Carry certified copies of documents and leave the originals and other valuables in the safe deposit box of your hotel.
- Never leave these items unattended in your room and do not carry large sums of cash.
- Carry travelers' cheque and limited amount of cash while on tour.
- Never leave your luggage and other valuables unattended at any time, any place.
- In case of theft or loss contact the nearest police station immediately.