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Nepal Trekking Information:

Trekking is another word for walking. However, the word trekking has become better known for the kind of walking, which takes you along trails winding up, down, over, and around mountains.
Nepal Trekking Information is proposed for adventure hikers who are planning holidays in the Himalayan region of Nepal. Trekking is the best way to know locals, culture, and the beauty of the Himalayan country.
Foreigners who intend to visit Nepal must hold a valid passport or any travel document equivalent to a passport issued by the Government for visiting a foreign country prior to applying for a visa.
Nepal trekking information describes safe and successful journeys, permits, transportation, destination, itinerary, difficulty, season, food, accommodation, equipment, mountain sickness, acclimatization, medication, wildlife, vegetation, culture, festival, rescue insurance, code of conduct, safe photography. Each trekker should know the national park and conservation rules, hiking pace, prohibition of law, disturbing wildlife, buying animal parts, trash management, and mineral water bottle.


Camping Trekking Information

Another style of trekking is to gather Sherpa’s, porters, food and equipment and take off on a trek with all the comforts and facilities of an organized trek. On such a trek you camp in tents, porters carry your gear, Sherpa’s set up camp and cook and serve meals. You carry a backpack with only a water bottle, camera and jacket. Trekkers, who opt for this approach, particularly with a small group of friends, often have a rewarding, enriching and enjoyable trip. You can use a trekking company in Nepal to make some or all of the arrangements, though you may have to shop for an agency that suits you. Some Nepalese trekking companies offer equipment for hire, some will arrange a single Sherpa or porter and some will undertake only the entire arrangements for a trek.


Teahouse Treks Information

It is a bit pretentious to call some of these village establishments a hotel, but the Nepalese use of English translates restaurant or eating-place as “hotel”. Since the word hotel has been pre-empted, Nepalese use the word “lodge” for sleeping place or hotel. Thus, in the hills of Nepal a “hotel” has food, but may not provide a place to sleep, while a “lodge” always offers accommodation. Many innkeepers specify the services they provide by calling their establishments “Hotel & Lodge”. To avoid all this semantic confusion, most people use hotel, lodge and teahouse interchangeably. In reality, you can usually find both accommodation and food at any trailside establishment. The most popular way to trek in Nepal for both Locals and Westerners is to travel from teahouse to teahouse. Hotel accommodation is most readily available in the Khumbu (Everest) region, the Langtang area and the entire Annapurna region. In these areas, you can operate with a bare minimum of equipment and rely on teahouses for food and shelter.


A) Entry:
No foreigner is entitled to enter into and stay in the Kingdom of Nepal without a valid visa. Tourist entry visa can be obtained for the following duration from Royal Nepalese Embassy or Consulate or other mission offices or immigration offices located on entry points in Nepal.
Chinese citizens are requested to apply in the Royal Nepalese Embassy or other Nepalese diplomatic missions as there is no provision of on arrival visa for them.
– Free visa for all tourists who visit Nepal for only 3 days. Free visa for tourists of SAARC countries and People’s Republic of China.
B) Facilities Duration Fee:
Single entry 60 days from the date of entry US$ 30 or equivalent convertible foreign currency multiple entry do US$ 50 or equivalent convertible foreign or Nepalese currency.
C) Tourist Visa Extension:
A tourist visa can be extended up to 120 days from the Department of Immigration in Kathmandu and Pokhara Immigration Office on request. Then an additional 30 days can be extended from the Department of Immigration on reasonable grounds, which ensures one’s departure from the country within 150 days in one visa year.


Tourist visa extension fee and additional late fee are as follows: –

– Visa extension for each additional 30 days — US$ 30 in equivalent Nepalese currency.
– The provision of single entry reentry and double entry has been revoked.
Late fee for regularizing tourist visa US$2 in equivalent Nepalese currency per day for the first 30 days. US $3 in equivalent Nepalese currency per day for the next 31 to 90 days. US$5 in equivalent Nepalese currency per day for more than 90 days.
Fee exemption of tourist visa: Children below 10 yrs.
Descendant’s up to the age of 16 years, holding foreign passports, of Nepalese parents or either of their parents is a Nepalese citizen. Citizen of Nepali origin, after having obtained passport for the first time from a Nepal based foreign mission, until the period of his departure to a foreign country.


Airport Tax

Tribhuvan International Airport – Kathmandu
International Departure Airport Tax
To SAARC Nations NRs 791/-
To other Int’l Destinations NRs 1695/-
Domestic Departure (within Nepal) Airport Tax
Any airport Rs 170/-
Tourism Service Fee – Rs. 565/- (Should be paid along with airport tax while leaving Nepal.)
Lhasa airport – Tibet
International Departure Airport Tax
Any destinations RMB 90/- (about US$ 12/-)

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