• Altitude Sickness

    Altitude Sickness occurs at high altitude. The decrease in atmospheric pressure makes difficult to breathe due to less oxygen. Mainly, it happen above 3300m(10,000ft). This is the most dangerous hazard that threatens trekkers. Every year, more trekkers are victims of altitude sickness because they do not take care of themselves ...

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  • Clothing and Equipment

    You should dress according to altitude and the environment you will be located in. Most treks are in high altitude climates in remote areas. Therefore, there are often large temperature swings. Temperatures are often colder at high altitudes. Most of the clothing and equipment you will need for your trek ...

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  • Health and Medicine

    Trekking in high Himalayan is a true adventure. You must be fit and should be in good health. Unfortunately, unhealthy persons will not be able to trek in Himalaya. You may need a check up before you trek in the Himalaya of Nepal. Please bring all of your prescription drugs ...

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  • Tims Card

    Why Is a TIMS Card Necessary?In a short answer: Yes. This card is required to trek in Nepal. It is a record of where you are, who you are, who is with you and what you are doing in Nepal. It is an important document in the case of an ...

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  • Trekking Grade

    Nepal is the best trekking destination in the world with the vast altitude variation from 600m to 8848m. Nepal grades treks to provide information about the difficulties of trek. This system is based on a variety of factors such as remoteness, time spent above 3,000m, highest altitude, condition of the ...

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  • Trekking season in Nepal

    You can trekking Nepal throughout the year depending on the region. Nepal has tremendous variation in climates due to the vast differences in altitude. The low land plain are sub tropical (600-1200m), the midland hills are warm temperate (1200-2100m) and cool temperate( 2100-3300m) and the high mountains are Alpine (3300-5000m) ...

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  • Flight Cancellation

    Due to variable weather and geographical location of various domestic airports, flights within Nepal are often delayed or canceled. As the Tribhuwan International Airport in Nepal doesn’t have the technology of Instrumental Landing Systems. Therefore, adverse weather conditions like heavy rain, thick fog, strong winds, etc. may lead to flight ...

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  • Trekking Permit and Entry fees

    Trekking permits are required to visit restricted areas but in other areas of Nepal, no permission is required. Trekking in any area or along any route except the area of the permit is a violation of law.Trekking permits are required in restricted areasTrekking permits should be kept along with the ...

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  • Suggested Equipment List

    For Trekking    Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Trekking Planner duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip)    Day pack    Trekking shoes    Sports shoes or sandals    Sun Hat/cap    Warm woolen cap    Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket    Waterproof Gore-Tex layer    Pullover or warm sweeter    Raincoat    4/5 pairs of ...

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  • Types of trekking

    Nepal offers numerous possibilities. In Nepal, treks are organized to suit your needs. But basically there are two types of trekking in Nepal.Tea house/Lodge trekkingA tea house trek in Nepal means staying in local lodges or hotels. Teahouses are along the route and offer you a comfortable bed and meals. ...

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