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Travel FAQ

Q: Do I need a visa to visit Nepal?
You need to have visa to visit Nepal. You can apply the visa in your home country or obtain at the Tribhuvan international airport on arrival. To get visa on arrival, a passport size photo is required.

Q: Which is the best time to visit Nepal?
There are many nice places visit to in Nepal.  To visit historical place, research and some Himalayas are where you can visit anytime of the year.   For trekking destination r the best trekking time is from September to December and February to May. In October to November, the weather is the best for trekking. The average temperature is about 20 degrees centigrade during daytime and about 5 degrees centigrade during the night time. January is also recommended for low altitudes trekking which is below 4000m.

Q: Am I safe to travel/trekking?
We use to say (Atithi debo vawa) guest are God.  We have an excellent record for tourist safety even we had 10 years conflict.  Nepal is really not a dangerous country. While you're on our trips, we take seriously personal responsibility for your well-being. We would like to guarantee even
traveling alone also safe between Nepalese people.

Q: How many trekkers will be in group?
Good group will be 2 up to 10. We will make trips for any number of people on their interest. Even you would be single trekker if you want.

Q: What type of trekking I can do or fit for me?
We have different type of treks based on difficulty and easiness. According to our standard and your experience, we divide into Easy, Moderate, Hard and Strenuous. If you have experience about Easy trek then we will suggest you for Moderate as your interest and offer.

Easy Trek: For this trek previous trek experience and any physical preparation are not required.  This trek takes about 3 days to 5 days hike which involve walking up to 5 hours a day  and it should be new area where don’t have to get permission . The trek reaches up to an altitude of approximately 3000 meters.

Moderate Trek: This trek is suitable for average people who are moderately fit. No previous experience is required, but some physical and mental fitness is preferred. You will be walking at least 6-7 hours a day during your trekking program, and crossing 4000 meters high altitude passes. Most of the trails are rough, rocks and boulders.

Hard or Difficult Trek: Previous trekking experience and technical knowledge is essential for this kind of trek. You will be walking at least 6-7 hours on the rough trails and crossing 5000 meters high altitude passes, moreover, you will be crossing on snow and ice and also you will be facing on low level of oxygen. Therefore, physical and mental fitness is required.

Strenuous Trek: This trek takes long days and long hours of challenging walks, high altitude passes above 5000 m, difficult terrains and glacier and snow walking. Mentally and physically fit and in excellent health condition are required. Besides technical requirements, you also have rock and ice climbing experience and knowledge.

Q: What are types of trekking in Nepal?

·         Lodge or Tea House Trek: This is the most popular way of experiencing classic treks of Nepal is by using local inns for accommodation. Decent hotel accommodation for trekkers is most readily available in the Annapurna, Langtang and Everest Region. In these areas you can operate with a bare minimum of equipment and rely on lodges for food and shelter. Though bedding is available in the lodges as a cotton-filled quilt that may not sufficiently incubate you. So it is always better to carry your own sleeping bags.

·         Camping treks: The classic style of trekking in Nepal is to camp in tents and employ Porters to carry your gears and Sherpa’s to set up camp, cook and serve meals. You carry a backpack with only a water bottle, camera and Jacket. In the camping treks there are numerous hidden expenses that drive up the price depending on the destination, mode of transportation and size of the group. Because of the food is carried by the porters, a variety of meals is possible. On camping trek you sleep in a tent so our itinerary should not rely on village settlements. Rather we can comfortably trek to remote regions and to high altitudes

Q: How long should I walk in a trek each day?
In a trip you should walk about 5-8 hours each day. In some trekking routes, you need to have some resting days for impromptu exploration or acclimatization. In high and steep areas, you need to move more slowly. Your trekking pace is always adjusted to permit safe acclimatization. Our treks follow established trails used by local people.

Q: The trip of mine will be flexible?
Your trekking will flexible and can stop when you wish. Your next day’s program will settled so have to finished necessary hiking distance. If you want to give up then have to convince guide and group member.   Especially when you take a private trek, you can take more or fewer days to cover a given distance, or add in rest days don’t matter. If you like to hike fast, your guide will be concerned that you acclimatize to high altitude effectively. Your guide will take care of you during your trip because when you are on our trip, we take seriously responsibility for your well-being.

Q: What types of guide do I expect for trekking?
Our guides are carefully selected from their experience, abilities, knowledge and manner. They speak good English, well trained and skilled in trekking methods of safety. They are specialized on physical setting of Nepal and will give first priority for health, security and hygiene. we  believe in quality  service so your guide will be a friend and a companion, who takes pleasure in showing you this country's specialties.

Q: What would be meal standard during the trek?
Breakfast, lunch and dinner 3 meals will be provided to you per day. From menu you can select your 1 meal which is prepared in the lodge or tea house.  If you are joining with us camp trekking then it will be as our deal from the beginning. Breakfast usually includes cereal, porridge, and eggs i, coffee, tea, and bread with jam and butter. You will have choices for lunch and dinner:  Nepali food, Indian food, vegetable salads, potato chips, fried rice, noodles, macaroni, or sandwiches, etc.

Q: what about travel insurance?
Personal travel insurance will not include in our package. We recommend you to get the insurance from your home country and please ensure that your insurance policy must cover for repatriation, high altitudes, trekking and helicopter rescue. Please forward your insurance details to us. (e.g. policy number, 24-hour emergency telephone number, name of insurance company)

Q: How will be my booking for process?
To confirm your booking deposit of 20% of total trip cost is required. This can be made by bank transfer or Western Union Money transfer. The balance is payable on arrival  to Nepal  with cash or visa card.

Q: What I need to provide before trek start beside deposit payment?

 To get trekking permits for you from abroad, flight booking, hotel booking, if you are already in Nepal then we would like to have following information:

1.     Copy of your passport, you can send us your scanned passport via email.

2.     2. scanned photo, you can send us your scanned passport  via email

3.     Full name as it appears in your passport

4.     Passport number, expiry date and place of issue

5.     Nationality

6.     Date of birth

7.     Emergency contact name and phone number

8.     Details regarding any medical or dietary requirements

9.     Your arrival details (time, date, flight no., airlines)

Q: What is high altitude sickness?
Altitude sickness is known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is an important medical consideration while trekking high than 3000 meters.  Who fill it the symptoms’ are like fallows.

1.     Dizziness, light headaches, confusion

2.     Nausea, vomiting

3.     Loss of appetite

4.     Insomnia/ sleeplessness

5.     Persistent headache

6.     Disorientation, drunken gait

7.     Weakness, fatigue, lassitude, heavy legs, slight swelling of hands and face

8.     Breathlessness and breathing irregularly

9.     Reduced urine output

The only cure for the Altitude Sickness is to descend to lower elevations immediately. Acclimatization by ascending to no more than 300 to 500 meters per day above 3000 meters and the proper amount of rest are the best methods for prevention of AMS.

Q: Will I be able to go with the high altitude?
 On the trip we always give priority to safety and security.  About   the effects of altitude are will fill by everyone guide, porter and Sherpa. They will find that gentle acclimatization allows them to reach on your target point.

Q: How much should I tip the guides and porters?
Tipping is at your discretion but always appreciated. A good rule of thumb is anywhere from $2 to 5 dollars per day for guide or the porters.

Q: How can we contact you if we need more information?
We are local company base in Kathmandu and working for anywhere on matter of adventure. For the information’s you can contact or write in the flowing number and email address.