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Nepal Trekking Information (Frequently Asked Questions)
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal
  • Trekking in Nepal

Nepal is the ultimate destination for the trekking enthusiast-offering a myriad of possibilities from the short and easy to the demanding challenges of the snowy peaks. Easy, moderate or rigorous-there is something for every palate. Nepal har aptly been called "A Trekkers Paradise" as her terrain-mountains, hills and the Terai-offers some of the most spectacular trekking routes in the world. The immense contrasts in trekking routes in the world. The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates found here support an equality spectacular mix of lifestyles, vegetation and wildlife. Trekking in Nepal is as much a cultural experience as a Himalayan adventure. In the shadows and foothills of the icy pinnacles of the Himalaya , one passes picturesque charming villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups. Treks vary from expeditions, high altitude treks to simply easy paced walks.

Trekking is another word for walking. The treks are focused in Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Rolwaling, and restricted areas such as Dolpo, mysterious Mustang, Jumla ( Rara Lake ), Kanchenjunga, Makalu and Arun Valley , Manaslu and Larke La Pass and many new discovered unbeaten trails. However, the word trekking has become more well known for the kind of walking which takes you along trails winding up, down, over and around mountains.

Trekking is not mountaineering although some of the popular trails are used by mountaineering expeditions to get to their base camps. Most of the trails you will walk on are still used predominantly by Nepali people for everyday travel and trade. It is not uncommon to be passed along the way by a Nepali porter carrying lengths of corrugated roofing iron slung from a jute strap (namlo) around the head or a sick relative being carried in a basket (doko) in the same manner to the nearest medical facility.

Samrat Tours & Travels offers some of the best treks depending on the interest of the client. From hikes lasting three to four days to trekking in the restricted areas which may last longer than a month. Samrat Tours & Travels family is ready to serve you and make your holiday dream come true with some fine arrangements, government registered and will differ with its rescue services in case.


Frequently Asked Questions

   What is Trekking ?
  • A walk of few or many days up and down trail villages, hills & forests is call trekking. A walk through the hills of Nepal will not only give you a view of the mountains, but also take you through remote villages inhabited by hospitable people who will always well comes you smiling. We invite you to join us on visit to this remote region to see the truth of your dream.

    Trekking Styles:
    There are very various ways of trekking on foot through Himalayan range of Nepal. Whey is planning a trek you need to think carefully about deferent styles of trekking available. Remember that when hiking in any major renege of the mountains, it makes seems to go with at list on while chosen companion, as a slip and a sprained ankle can acquire at any time. It is also prudent to register with your embassy before setting off, and to sign in at any police checkpoint along the way.

    Typical Trekking Days:
    Most of days begin with stunning Himalayas sunrise when the crew bring around a piping hot cup of tea and a warm bowl of washing water. After hearty breakfast cooked we generally walk for 3 to 4 hours. You are encouraged to walk at your own pace, stopping frequently for photographs or to explore local villages. There is a lot of leisure time, you are allowed to rinse out clothes, read novel books or explore small mounds. .
    The journey on the Himalayas varies in length to reach our campsite or lodge by the afternoon. The rest of the day is free to explore, read or write up diaries while dinner is being prepared by the trekking staff. The evening is spent in the mess tent or lodge following a three course meal. On our higher altitude treks, rest and exploration days are build in to the ensure proper acclimatization. So Asia Explore Adventure & Travel classified his trekking into three types.

    Private Groups:
    Every year, Asia Explore Adventure & Travel operates a tangle of private groups. They may be a small or a big group, wishing to go trekking with their friends around Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Langtang, or they follow the itinerary which has included many destinations of Nepal. This is besides included the Everest region & various regions. Asia Explore Adventure & Travel has the expertise to provide you a high quality service at very competitive prices.

    School & Collage:
    Asia Explore Adventure & Travel, which specializes in trekking, handles School & collage groups to the Himalayan at the affordable prices. The itineraries of this company are designed to provide a real insight in the cultural, religious and environmental aspects of the Himalayan but just as importantly, they are fun, exposed to a Asia Explore Adventure & Travel. Students will quickly discover the rich rewards of exploring the globe. Please contact more information. Family Holidays:
    We have introduced two programs for the different Himalayas (Annapurna, Langtang & Mt. Everest regions) as the camping trek and tea house trek. The company operates specially family as well as student groups. The mentioned regions are suitable to the families for going trek, no trouble on the route. Departure dates are fixed. of both groups. The company allows families with younger children to travel together.

    General Information:
    Trekking in the Himalayan. The best way to experience Nepal's unbeatable combination of natural beauty and cultural riches is to walk through them. The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates found here support an equally spectacular of lifestyles, vegetation and wildlife. Trekking in the mountains of Nepal is more a cultural experience than a wilderness expedition. You will be passing through picturesque villages inhabited by diverse ethnic groups. You will see Cheetri farmers working in their fields and Tamang herders grazing their animals on the steep slopes. And you will meet Gurkha soldiers on the way; come across Sherpa yak drivers transporting goods over the high mountain passes. And always in the background, the icy pinnacles of the Himalayan loom over the scenery.

    Types of Trekking

Camping (organized) Trek
Which means the trekking agency providing Guide, cook, kitchen staffs and of course porters including all equipments Kitchen tents, food, fuel stove etc. The kitchen staffs will be served you tea, breakfast, lunch, and dinner tea, Coffee, while on the trek after lunch, dinner, our trekking staffs fill your bottle boiled drinking water the guide will play the role of trekking ambassador, and Sherpa- Assistant will support along the way in difficult situation. That means you will completely independent and well outfitted with us. If you do wish to carry you weighty back pack our porters will carry 30 kg. Per person all the gears including your beddings so you just have to carry your day bag, camera the things which you jus need on the way.

Tea House/Lodge Trek:
The other kind of trek is Tea House Trek which means you will be provided accommodation and food in hotels along the way. We can make this kind of trek only in the area where there are hotels available along the way. Tea House Trek can be done in Evarts regions, in some parts of Annapurna region and in Langtang/ Helambu region. Some people make this kind of trek by themselves but it is not wise as they may not get less hygienic food in hotels and have to come back because of bad health. Sometimes they will miss the proper route and if you feeling sick on the way, then you will have trouble. So using a legal registered trekking company is highly recommended for your safely, good health and success your holidays. Because of the carelessness in hotels/restaurants kitchen staffs, our guide/cook supervises their kitchens. We, Sherpa Brothers Treks & Expeditions had understanding cooperation all along the popular lodge trekking routes and they are well trained for your hygiene.

    Trekking Grades

It becomes necessary to know which trek matches most with your physical capabilities in order to enjoy your trekking in Nepal. Thus, we have categorized all our treks in the following ranks.

Grade (Easy) ^ 
Easy trekking by Himalayan Standard is generally up to 2000m. There are plenty of ups and downs on well-maintained trails. This type of trip is best suited for those who leave a reasonably active life. The trek takes about 3 to 7 days, walking about 4 to 5 hours a day.

Grade (Moderate) ^^ 
It involves longer treks (Five to ten days) on maintained trails. This type of trek includes perhaps day excursions to higher elevations. It is desirable to have some previous hill- walking experience. On these trek, generally we attain the altitude between 900m to 3000m. This trek is also moderate trek.

Grade (Moderate to Strenuous) ^^^
It is a reasonably demanding trek at an altitude up to 4000m with side trips to higher elevations. This is classified as ill - defined trails, away from habitation.

Grade (Strenuous) ^^^^ 
These treks must be fully supported. The altitude attained between 3500 to 5000m. & this trek also involves several night stays above 4000m. For this trek, trekkers should be fit & enthusiastic hill walkers prepared to tackle difficult terrain in remote areas.

Grade (Very Strenuous) ^^^^^ 
This trek is best described as very strenuous trek. This trek is suitable for those in excellent health, capable of carrying a backpack as the treks sometime will be in very remote areas reaching crossing. During trek, you have to cross snow - covered passes in very remote areas or climb up to 6500m. There it is normally desirable to have some previous experience of handling axes & crampons. It is essential to accept medical certificates prior to start the trek.

    Trekking Seasons

Trekking in Nepal can be undertaken throughout the year. There are four seasons in Nepal. Each season has its distinct attraction to offer. The seasons are classified as follows:

AUTUMN (Sept - Nov): This Autumn season is considered the best time for trekking in Nepal, which offers excellent weather and tantalizing mountain views. Moderate temperatures, clear sky with outstanding views, making it a great time to do any of our trek. Occasional short storms may dump snow at high altitudes.

WINTER (Dec - Feb): This season is noted for occasional snowfall at higher elevations in Himalayas. Though it gets colder in night, often it offers the clear day / blue sky and relatively less trekkers on the trail. However, we need to be selective in choosing the winter trekking as climbing and crossing high passes trip wont be an ideal option. Trek like Everest base camp, Annapurna Panorama, Annapurna Dhaulagiri, Annapurna Sanctuary, Instant Everest treks etc can be done even in winter.

Spring (March - May): Different varieties of wild flowers, specially the rhododendrons make the hillside a haunting paradise during this spring season. It is mildly warm at lower elevations and at higher elevation the mountain views are excellent and temperature is quite moderate.

Summer (Jun-Aug):  summer time from June till mid September makes travel wet and warm. These times are blessed for the keen botanist as the higher valleys and meadows blossom with flowers and lush vegetation. Trekking in the rain-shadow (places are out of reach of the rain clouds because of the high mountains) areas north of the Himalaya like Upper Mustang and Dolpo could be an ideal trek selection.

    Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness often known as acute mountain sickness (A.M.S.) in general may occur when people ascend too quickly normally in altitudes of over 3000 m. We ensure minimal risk by building in rest days into our trekking itineraries. Most people will feel some affect of altitude, shortness of breath and possibly a light headed, which is fairly common. Acute mountain sickness is very different and normally involves a severe headache, sickness and loss of awareness. In almost every potential case there are enough warning signs to take appropriate action.
Our expert and trained guides will advise you about any health requirements and also altitude sickness while you are trekking, so you should not worry about it, we do however recommend you get advice from you travel doctor or health advisor before you leave. The following information gives you an idea about high altitude sickness and how to minimize the affects
There are three stages of altitude sickness and symptoms.
1. Normal AMS Symptoms - Should expect but not worry. 
Following are the normal altitude symptoms that you should expect but not be worried about. Every trekker will experience some or all of these, no matter how slowly they ascend.

  • Periods of sleeplessness.
  • Need more sleep than normal (often 10 hours or more)
  • Occasional loss of appetite.
  • Vivid, wild dreams especially at around 2500-3800 meters in altitude.
  • Periodic breathing.
  • The need to rest/catch your breath frequently while trekking, especially
  • Above 3500 meters.
  • Runny nose.
  • Increasing urination while moving to/at higher altitudes (a good sign) 
  • Dizziness.

2. Mild AMS Symptoms - NEVER GO HIGHER 
Many trekkers in the high valleys of the Himalaya get mild AMS, admit or acknowledge that you are having symptoms. You need have only one of the following symptoms to be getting altitude sickness.

  • Mild headache.
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness.
  • Weakness.
  • Sleeplessness.
  • Dry Raspy cough.
  • Fatigue/Tired.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Runny nose.
  • Hard to breath.

What to do if a mild symptom doesn't go way?

  • If you find mild symptoms developing while walking, stop and relax (with your head out of sun) and drink some fluids. Drink frequently.
  • If mild symptoms developing while walking, stop have rest, drink some fluids and take 125-250mg Diamox. Diamox generally takes one to four hours to begin alleviating symptoms. Drink more water and consider staying close by. 
  • If symptoms develop in the evening, take 125-250mg Diamox and drink plenty of fluids again.
  • If symptoms partially go away but are still annoying it is safe to take another 250mg Diamox 6-8 hours later.
  • If mild symptoms continue getting worse try descending for a few hours which may be more beneficial than staying at the same altitude. Going higher will definitely make it worse. You're here to enjoy trekking not to feel sick.

3. Serious AMS Symptoms - IMMEDIATE DESCENT

  • Persistent, severe headache.
  • Persistent vomiting.
  • Ataxia (loss of co-ordination, an inability to walk in a straight line, making the sufferer look drunk)
  • Losing consciousness (inability to stay awake or understand instructions) 
  • Mental confusion or hallucinations.
  • Liquid sounds in the lungs.
  • Very persistent, sometimes watery, cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.
  • Rapid breathing or feeling breathless at rest.
  • Coughing clear fluid, pink phlegm or blood (a very bad sign).
  • Severe lethargy/fatigue.
  • Marked blueness of face and lips.
  • High resting heartbeat (over 130 beats per minute)
  • Mild symptoms rapidly getting worse.

Dangerous cases of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) 

High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE) 
This is a build-up of fluid around the brain. It In most cases the first five symptoms on the mild and severe lists previously. Coma from HACE can lead to unconsciousness are death within 12 hours from the onset of symptoms, but normally takes 1-2 days to develop. At the first sign of ataxia begin treatment with medication, oxygen and descent. Usually 4 to 8mg of dexamethasone is given as a first does, then 4mg every six hours, Diamox every 12 hours and 2-4 liters /minute oxygen. Descent is necessary but a PAC (portable altitude chamber) bag will often be used first if available.

High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE) 
This is an accumulation of fluid in the lungs and is very serious. It is responsible for all the other mild and serious symptoms and it is often accompanied by a mild fever. By far the treatment is oxygen at 4 liters a minute but using PAC (portable altitude chamber) bag treatment is a good substitute. If there is no PAC bag or oxygen then descent will be life saving. HAPE can lead to unconsciousness are death very quick.

Prevention of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)

  • Allow sufficient time for acclimatization (After 3000 meters).
  • Don't make rapid Ascent. Don't go too far too fast.
  • No Alcohol, Sleeping pills and Smoking.
  • Drink more fluid 3-4 Liters a day, clean water-boiled or treated / tea / coffee / soup / juice etc.
  • Climb high and sleep low.
  • Do not trek/travel alone, take guide/porter.
  • Follow the advice from your guide, hotel, local, guide book.
  • Descent if mild symptoms rapidly getting worse.
  • Never leave or descent sick person along.
  • Avoid getting cold.
  • Take an easy and comfortable trekking route even if its longer.

First Aid Kit 
This is the basic list to cover the more common ailments that affect trekkers. Climbing groups, expeditions and trekkers going to isolated areas will need a more comprehensive kit.

  • Bandage for sprains
  • Plasters/Band-aids
  • Iodine or water filter (optional)
  • Moleskin/Second skin - for blisters
  • Antiseptic ointment for cuts
  • Anti-bacterial throat lozenges (with antiseptic)
  • Aspirin/Paracetamol - general painkiller
  • Oral rehydration salts
  • Broad-spectrum antibiotic (norfloxacin or ciprofloxin)
  • Anti-diarrhea medication (antibiotic)
  • Diarrhea stopper (Imodium - optional)
  • Antibiotic for Guardia or similar microbe or bacteria
  • Diamox 250/500mg (for altitude sickness)
  • Sterile Syringe set (anti-AIDS precaution)
  • Gel hand cleaner.

    What gear do i need?

The following is a suggested list of clothing, equipment and personal effects you may consider bringing with you when you are doing an organised trek with us. Much of the gear can be purchased (or hired) in Kathmandu at reasonable prices (although not necessarily of long lasting quality) thereby saving on your baggage weight on the way over. At the end of your trip, you may consider donating items no longer required to your porter or guide - leaves room for taking home those souveniers!!

Remember that what you bring someone (and it may be you) has to carry; so pack discriminately and CHECK THE WEIGHT - the porter usually carries two kit-bags, your tent and his own gear!! You will generally need warmer gear for those treks in the Everest Region than the Annapurna Region. Quantities are suggested only and will depend on duration of your visit. Be aware that here are baggage restrictions of 15 kilos on internal flights, should you need to use them.

Essentials for any trek:

Day pack

A small backpack in which you will carry your needs for the day - ie toiletries, camera, films,gloves, scarf, water bottle. Make sure it is comfortable to carry, preferably with good wide, padded shoulder straps and a waist strap.

Walking boots

Light weight. Remember to break them in and bring spare laces.

Rain proof jacket

With hood or a poncho. Make sure it is guaranteed waterproof.

Woollen shirt and/or sweater

During the winter months these are essential. Sweaters can be bought in Kathmandu.

Long shorts / skirts

1 - 2 pair, cotton

Cotton shirt

1 lightweight long sleeved to protect you in the sun.


100% UV rating


With spare batteries.


1 pair for use in the city and/or around camp. Good to use if you are doing any rafting activities.

Woollen socks

2 pairs thick. Wearing thin cotton socks under thick woollen socks keep your feet warmer, helps prevent blisters and are easier to wash'n'dry.


Whatever you think. It is not always possible to get washing done or dried on the trek.

Lightweight trousers

1 pair - heavyweight trousers are useful higher up in the mountains during the night.

Strong plastic garbags

At least to line your kit-bag to keep your clothes dry.


Waterproof and max. strength

Water bottle

1 litre - make sure you choose one that will hold hot water. It is a good idea to have a bottle which has an insulated jacket. It can double as a hot water bottle in your sleeping bag at night and the jacket helps prevent freezing of the water.


2 - 4, cotton

Moisturising cream

For that dry air skin proble

Woollen beanie/balaclava

For those cold nights and mornings. You should also consider a sun hat. Remember the UV is stronger at higher altitude.

Optional for all treks:

Optional for all treks

You may wear these in camp at night or when your boots are wet.

Rubber thongs

Good for showers (when you find one).

A track suit

Can be useful for wearing at night.


1 Pair - one pair lightweight. Mittens are useful for wearing while eating - army disposal ones are adequate.

Silk sleeping bag liner

youth hostel type,sleeping sheet can be very useful - it keeps you warmer, is very light and is easily washed.


self inflating sleeping mat will add greatly to your comfort at night. They are light to carry and roll up reasonably tight. You may find a 3/4 length suitable and they are much cheaper.

Camera and film

Make sure the batteries are fresh as there can be a problem with old batteries in the very cold conditions which can be experienced at higher altitude.

Safety pins

Big ones for hanging washing from backpack - dry while you walk! Don't laugh - it's done that way!!


If you wish to bring them make it a light one. They have to be carried and you may not get that much reading done!


Good for hand cleaning where water not available.

Thermal underwear

Can save on you carrying heavier outer gear and are useful for sleeping in.

Additional requirements for higher altitude treks:

Windproof/waterproof trousers

or over pants

Thermal underwear

Can save on you carrying heavier outer gear and are useful for sleeping in.


For snow regions


1 extra pair of thick/insulted gloves.

We will supply:

Down jacket

For those chilly nights

Sleeping bag

Down filled with cotton inner liner

Sleeping mat



(with fly sheet) - 2 person


For the gear you don't need during the day. It will be carried by your porter and won't be accessible until you reach camp each day.

Tip: You can lighten your load by choosing the alternatives such as thermals against heavy over- clothes depending on the time of year and how high you will be trekking.

    Your Health

Your enjoyment of your time in Nepal will depend a great deal on how healthy you are when you arrive and how healthy you stay during your visit. Your trek leader is experienced in dealing with ailments which you are likely to encounter during your trek. If at any time you feel unwell, let your trek leader know. Inform the trek leader of any medication you are taking and ask his advice before taking any other medication. Some medication may have a different reaction when used at higher altitudes.

Personal hygiene is very important. Wash your hands using soap before any meals. We provide a bowl of warm washing water and soap at each meal stop.

Toilet facilities:
throughout Nepal are usually very basic and toilet paper and soap are not often provided - except in hotels and some restaurants. We erect a 'pit' toilet tent at the lunch stop and the campsite. We also supply you with rolls of toilet paper.

It is advisable to carry with you a container of "wet-ones" for cleaning hands during the day. The Nepali people generally do not use toilet paper, they use water to wash themselves. Consequently, the left hand is not used for eating or passing things to each other.Worth remembering!!

Stomach upsets:
It is common for many first time visitors to experience some stomach and associated upset for a short time due to the change in diet. This normally only lasts a few days. You should, however take some precautions to minimise your encounter with these problems. Trying the local food is part of the experience of travel but take care with what you eat and drink and from where you buy your meals -ask your guide.

Be very careful about the water you drink. Even some bottled soft drinks can be suspect. Do not drink or clean your teeth with untreated water from the taps or from the rivers and streams. The water may look clean and refreshing, but many a bug is lurking there to catch the unwary traveler. This goes for ice too - make sure the ice is made from treated water. The water can be treated in a number of ways to make it fit for drinking. Boiling the water vigorously for about five minutes is usually enough but remembers that at high altitude water boils at a lower temperature and all of the bugs may not be killed. The use of iodine to purify the water is recommended both as an effective and environmentally sound method of treatment. The tablet form is the most effective but you may need something to give a nicer flavor to the water afterwards. The use of bottled water is being discouraged because of the problem with the discarded plastic bottles. We provide you with boiled water for drinking and teeth cleaning. If you are not sure - ask your trek leader.

As for the food - they say that if you can't cook it, boil it or peel it don't eat it. Salads and fruit should be washed in treated water or peeled where possible. Some restaurants advertise the fact that they use treated water in their food preparation. There is no need to become overly concerned but do choose carefully. The food you are served on the trek is hygienically prepared and should cause you no problems. You may experience some stomach discomfort until your digestive system gets used to the change in diet. This should last only a few days.

Nepali trekking words: bistarai - slowly: chitto - quickly: oraalo - downhill: ukaalo - uphill: jumjum - let's go: thakyo - tired

    Trekking Preparation

You don't need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles to enjoy trekking. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of adventure and are not afraid of walking, you qualify. There are excellent trekking agencies who will take care of all the details like government permits, air/bus tickets, guides, porters, food, tents, and equipment. All you have to do on the trail is concentrate on putting one foot before the other. On many popular trekking trails, you can also trek in what is known as "tea house style"- eating and staying in the many lodges and tea houses on the way instead of camping in tents.

Your trekking agency will provide equipment like sleeping bags, foam mattresses and tents. All you need to bring are your personal wear like walking boots and sand shoes, a water-and wind-proof jacket, woolen shirts, T-shirts, a thick pullover, shorts/skirts, and trousers/track suits. Thermal underwear is necessary for high altitudes and cottons are best for lower and warmer altitudes. Also don't forget a water bottle, Swiss army knife sewing kit, torch light with spare batteries, extra boot laces, sun glasses, sun cream, and personal medical supplies. Bring an elongated canvas bag or duffel bag to put your clothing and equipment in. There will be porters to carry the kit bag.

Trekking Equipments:

  • Sleeping bag
  • Down Jackets
  • T-Short and half paint for day walking
  • Wind proof jacket and trouser
  • Sweeter
  • Warm Short
  • Sun hat
  • Sun cream
  • Trekking shoes
  • Sport shoes for morning and Evening use
  • Sandal
  • Sun Glass and snow glasses
  • Glove
  • Walking stick (If needed)
  • Day pack
  • Water bottle
  • Some medicine
  • Knife
  • Umbrella or Rain coa

    Trekking Permit

A trekking permit is a must to visit restricted areas mentioned below. To visit normal trekking areas, no permission is required.

Restricted areas which have been opened for group trekking

The following restricted areas are open only for group trekkers. And a trekking permit will not be issued to individual trekkers for such areas. The areas and required fees are as follows:

SN Trekking Trekking Permit Fee


i) Dolpa district

Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
For the first 10 days per person US $500 and After 10 days per day per person Us$50

a) Areas of lower Dolpa

b) Areas of Upper Dolpa

ii) Taplejung District


Kanchanjanga Region

Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

(Areas of Olangchunggola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin Village Development Committee)


Mustang district. (Upper Mustang)

For the first 10 days per person US $500 and After 10 days per day per person Us$50.


Gorkha District

From September to November per week per person US$ 70 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 10.and From December to August per week per person US$ 50 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 7 /Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

(Manaslu Area)

Chhekampar & Chumchet VDC(Sirdibas-Lokpa-Cumling-Chhekampar-Nile-Chhule Area)

From September to November per person US$35 for first 8 days and from December to August per person US$25 for first 8 days or equivalent convertible foreign currency.


Dolakha District  (Gauri Shankar & Lamabagar)

Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

Humla District (Simikot and Yari)

For the first 7 days per person US$ 50 and After 7 days per day per person US$ 7 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

Areas of Limi and Muchu village Development Committee, and area way to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma Village Development committee.


Rasuwa District :- Thuman and Timure

Per week per person US$ 10, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.


Sankhuwasabha District

For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

(Makalu Region):-Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa,Hatiya and Pawakhola Village Development Committee.


Solukhumbu District

For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 10 and After 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20, Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

Makalu Region):-Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa,Hatiya and Pawakhola Village Development Committee.


Manang District:- Areas of Nar, Phu, and Northern area of Tilche Village of Thochhe Village Development Committee

From September to November per week per person US$ 90 and December to August per week per person US$ 75 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.


Mugu District:- Areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and Bhangri.

For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.


Baihang District:-Areas of Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli.

For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.


Darchula District:- Areas of Byas Village Development Committee.

For the first 7 days per person US $90 and After 7 days per day per person Us$15 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

    Terms and Conditions

"Notice Please read carefully this terms and conditions"

If due to really true emergency you are unable to come or continue in the trek or rafting you have chosen to join, there will be some cancellation charges. That what constitutes a true emergency case is interpreted at Samrat Tours & Travels discretion. Please be aware of these conditions such as Dysentery, Giardia diarrhea are commonplaces in East and South Asia and such are not classified as emergencies.

Bookings: Filling out our on-line booking form, or print the booking form and filling out and make a reservations, by fax. We contact you by E-mail as soon as your form is received to define the procedures following this step and to confirm the availability on the tour you have chosen with us. All participants booking one of our regular or tailor made tours must read and fully understand our policies and booking conditions. Representing 25% deposit of the total sales price must accompany all bookings. The balance must be entirely paid 30 days prior to the departure date. To guarantee a booking made 30 days or less before the departure date we request the entire payment of the total sale's price at once. Under no circumstances will there be a refund of any kind, if you do not turn up trip departure, or if you leave a trip for any reason, either voluntarily or involuntarily, after the trip has commenced.

Cancellation: In the event of cancellation by the travel 7 days prior to departure 50% of the total amount paid will not be refundable. Passed the 7th day there will be no refund. If we have not received a balance due at the 29th day preceding a departure, we can cancel the booking. If we are in the obligation to cancel a trip for any reason, the participants will be completely refunded without any possibility of further indemnity. Cancellation of a trip made by the client does not entitle s/him to a refund of any kind. The date of cancellation is the date on which Samrat Tours & Travels receives a written notice of cancellation by the travel that who has made the booking. If any transfer to an alternative departure date, will charge US15 or Euro 10 per person.

Samrat Tours & Travels undertakes to provide you with the trip as outlined in your itinerary. However, as we cannot pre-determine weather conditions, political and other factors beyond our control, and bearing in minds your safety and enjoyment, we reserve the right to adjust the trip itinerary as required. The raft/trek leader in consultation with the staff and trip participants will decide on these adjustments. The raft/trek leader's decision will be final.

I have read all thoroughly and fully understood the information of trip. The itinerary and all other written material issued by Samrat Tours & Travels for the trip I have applied to join and I am competent and willing to cope with the situations, circumstances and conditions made clear in the printed material. I agree and recognize that the realities made clear in the written information reflect the intrinsic characteristics of adventure travel and not least the matters of flexibility. Adaptability, reasonableness, practical personal contribution to lifestyle en-route and the fact that not all situations, circumstances and conditions subsequently encountered are identical to those pre-existing and prevailing at the time of booking.

I also recognize that I am undertaking a journey that contains a significant element of personal risk, and that risk does sometime become a reality. I acknowledge the relative remoteness, the rough traveling and weather conditions, the limited and relatively primitive medical and other services available, as well as the greater potential dangers compared with my usual daily life at back home, or conventional holiday travel. Not only do I accept the realities. I have chosen to seek them out. I recognize Samrat Tours & Travels Nepal's responsibility to me and I accept these authority and decision of Samrat Tours & Travels and its representatives in respect to the journey that I have applied to Join with them.

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