Before you go/Additional Info


Visit Nepal: If you need a visa, you can easily get one at the Nepal International Airport in Kathmandu or any port of entry if you have one from your home country at the Nepalese Embassies and Consulates.

Getting into Nepal:

The main entry points for international flights to Kathmandu and the Nepal international airport are via land routes from India or Tibet.

Emergency Contact:

All adventurers and travelers are required to complete our company form with emergency contact information for loved ones and/or close friends before traveling within the Nepal Himalaya. They must also maintain constant contact with Trekking Planner in case they need immediate assistance for either medical or unanticipated reasons.


You will be welcomed at the airport by our helpful staff members, guides, or both, who will then take you to your chosen hotels in Kathmandu after a brief transfer.

Accommodations and Food:

Using tent camps entails using all the amenities of camping as well as a separate kitchen unit with a cook and kitchen staff to prepare delicious meals that include popular Nepalese Dal-Bhat as well as Continental fare with some Chinese, Tibetan, and Indian dishes.

All meals are prepared with care, served in a spacious dining tent with a cozy ambiance, and are fresh and hygienic.


Water that is safe to drink is boiled and filtered for consumption at local lodges and while camping.


All trekkers must be in good physical condition and have a clean medical history in order to join any treks or climbs in the Nepal Himalaya.


Consult your primary care physician and the time of year you plan to travel to Asian nations where immunization and vaccination against specific diseases are required.

Altitude Sickness:

Some people may experience AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) at elevations higher than 3,000 m, but they can recover by going slowly and consuming plenty of fluids.

Some people can take preventative measures by taking Diamox or Acetazolamide tablets, which can lessen headaches during high altitude hikes and climbs.

Emergency evacuation by any means of immediate and fast transportation, where available, is the fastest way to treat people with severe cases of HACE and HAPE and situations where the victim should be transported to safe and secure locations with a medical team or doctors to attend to them.

The quickest emergency evacuation in the Nepal Himalaya involves using helicopter services to return the victims to Kathmandu for additional medical care.

Trekkers should have a solid insurance policy that covers all medical needs as well as the use of helicopters or other forms of transportation in case of emergency evacuation.

Travel Insurance:

All visitors to the Nepal Himalaya must have travel and medical insurance to protect themselves from unlucky mishaps and illnesses, which includes Helicopter Service Rescue to nearby hospitals.

TIMS Card:

For this trek, which also includes the National Park entrance fee, TIMS (Trekking Information Management Systems) or a comparable entrance is required.


Currently, almost all significant villages and towns have access to services like ISTD and STD, cell phones, or satellite phones, allowing people to easily contact their family or trekking organizer in an emergency. SIMS cards are available with a small fee depending on how long you will be in Nepal upon presentation of your passport copies.


If you are paying the full cost of the trip, you will need some extra cash for your personal expenses, such as souvenirs or additional entertainment during route hikes, such as additional snacks and beverages.


In Nepal, which has two major religions—Hinduism and Buddhism—each with its own distinctive and fascinating culture and customs, visitors should focus on the local culture.


While it is possible to take pictures anywhere in Nepal, your guide will give you advice on any places that are off-limits, including some public and private buildings owned by the government, religious monuments, and some elderly people.


Tipping is done when you are pleased with the assistance provided by hotel staff, drivers, guides, and porters, and you feel that their assistance merits a tip.

Since tourism began to spread to countries in the Himalayas, crew members on trekking and expeditions have come to expect tipping highly.