Trekking in Nepal

Trekking in Nepal has become one of the selected destinations for all the common trekkers in all around the world because the complicated geographical structures and the physical features of Nepal has made the trekking adventure possible to all the people of the world, who are physically fit to trek in Nepal.  In collaboration with travel agencies abroad most of the trekking agencies book trekking package to trek to several trekking destinations of Nepal. According to the requirement of clients long or short distance trekking routes have been given permission by the government of Nepal. Trekkers who are alone and unable to book trekking package in overseas trekking agencies, can either directly contact trekking agencies or travel agencies by e-mail in Nepal or on the arrival in Nepal. There are quite a bit of a government recognized trekking agencies, which have professional staff to handle trekking activities. A fully equipped trek consists mainly of major logistical arrangements including porters, guide, cook, food, tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, and transport to and from trekking starting points, the flight arrangement, permits, and staff insurance and so on. These agents also have the choice of itineraries and necessary information on trekking health care etc. The price of a trek ranges from about $ 25 U.S. to U.S. $ 100.00 per person per day depending on the quality of service, the number of days and number of people in the packet. This style of trekking is relatively expensive compared to that of the hike, but a few dollars more for comfort and security, eliminates time view of the organization and ensure seamless vacation. There are limited areas where a type of packaging return trek can be undertaken by one person. A companion guide is helpful in the desert and its fun to talk on the track. It is strongly recommended not to use guides or services of an independent agency not recognized by the government.

Extraordinary

The availability of food along the trail is normally limited in their range to bring a bit of cheese, nuts and canned foods. However, it is not necessary in the region north of Pokhara Annapurna as apple pies, and even beer are available along the road. On the other hand some of the newly opened excursions can only be limited food available. Generally not possible to exchange currency, travelers checks (except in Namche Bazaar, Jomsom, Salleri, Okhaldhunga, Pokhara, etc.) in the mountains, therefore, change requires money in Kathmandu before the trek. To collect money for the trip ticket to demand ever smaller (and, two, five, ten, twenty and one hundred fifty years – not five hundreds and thousands) and bank notes carefully broken, People in towns do not accept them and banks to do this.

Flights in Remote Areas

Nepal Airlines, the national airline and other domestic airlines offer domestic air services almost all regions of the country, Taplejung, Bhojpur, Meghauli, Pokhara, Jomsom, Manang, Jumla, Dolpa, Sanphebagar, Lukla is the remote destination where you can catch a flight from Kathmandu airport.

Other domestic airline service companies like Yeti Airlines, Sita Air, Skyline Airways, Gorkha Air, Cosmic Air for the example even offer scheduled and charter services from different famous domestic destinations. It is better to contact with trekking or travel agencies in advance in case of any sorts of confusions. Flights to and from remote areas and airports are sometimes prone to cancellations and delays due to weather, it is advisable to give a few days stopover, when planning a flight departing from airports like Lukla, Jumla , Taplejung and Jomsom. When these services are treated in the itinerary, it is also advisable to bring extra money to buy food and shelter in case of delays.

Medical Cases

Medical cases is not a great matter to be concerned because trekking or travel agencies give proper guidelines before starting trekking in designated place, which exactly implicates if the trekkers are on the good physical condition or not to trek. In the cases of some unprecedented accidents or illness rescue team helps to reach Kathmandu. However, rescue from the helicopter is expensive for common tourists. None of the stakeholders will take responsible beyond the contract.

Stations

There are four mountaineering seasons: spring (March-May), summer (June-August), autumn (September to November) and winter (December-February). A total of 153 Himalayan peaks are open to climbers. Climbing the issuing authority of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Organization (MOCTCA) and 293 peaks known as mountaineering peaks, and the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has 18 smaller peaks, known as trekking peaks, ranging from 5587 and 6654 m above sea level.

Permission

The following documents must be sent MOCTCA, Mountaineering Division when applying for climbing permit: completed application, approval of the National Alpine Club, short biographies of all the members of the expedition (with photograph and signature), map and / or photo shows the climbing route and approach route. In using the name of the expedition does not require any fee and should not be paid prior to receiving authorization from the Ministry of Tourism.

Permits to climb the 33 trekking peaks are issued by NMA on “first come, first served basis. It is necessary to appoint a government recognized trekking agency of Nepal, a local liaison officer for expedition in Kathmandu. The trekking agency will handle all the requirements during the expedition.

Taxes

A royalty (climbing fee) ranging from $ 1,500 to USA $ 10,000 (depending on the height of the peak) and $ 50,000 for Everest is loaded MOCTCA for a group of seven people. An additional amount of $ 20,000 is required for normal song south-east of Everest. An additional $ 200 to $ 1,500 U.S. per person (10,000 U.S. dollars per person for Everest) will be charged if the group exceeds seven persons. The total amount of the fee must be paid within two months from the date of issue, or may be canceled. The fee must be paid directly to MTC through bank transfer or bank transfer in convertible currency only.

For trekking peaks, a royalty of U.S. $ 300 or U.S. $ 150 charged by the NMA. The authorization is valid for a period of one month for a group of 10 people. An additional amount of U.S. $ 7.50 per person is required if the group of 10 people.

Restrictions

Food and equipment imported for expeditions require an import license and should be cleared. Walkie-talkies, trans-receiver and other communication equipment checked items to Nepal and must be declared at the customs office at the entrance.

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