FAQs

Nepal Travel FAQs

These FAQs are designed just for basic knowledge before travel and trek to Nepal to everyone from all over the planet.  We are quite sure you might have more queries. So if you have any inconvenience please feel free contact us. We are here just to serve you guys.

Nepal is located southern part of Asia in between two huge countries like India and China.

Nepal is landlocked country which offers diverse of rich natural and cultural treasure. Out of fourteen tallest mountains in the planet, eight are in Nepal. It let you such a unique opportunity of exploring tallest mountain in the world Mt. Everest 8848 m and countless snow caved Himalaya surroundings. Since Nepal has situated from 70 m above sea level to 8848 m, we do have all climates and massive flora and Fauna.  This is the perfect paradise for those who love nature, trekking/hiking, climbing, expedition, UNESCO world heritage sites tours, water rafting, jungle safari, paragliding, bungee jumping, pilgrimage tour etc.

Yes, you can get Nepal visa on arrival. You will find in detail below link. https://www.nepaltrekkingexperts.com/nepal-passport-visa-information.html

The currency of Nepal is Rupee. But you can bring USD, Euro, Australian dollar, GBP, Canadian dollar, Singaporean dollar etc. which you can exchange in rupees easily in Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Yes, we do provide complimentary pick up if necessary which you can confirm while dealing with package.

ATM is very common in Kathmandu and Pokhara city. But if you are going in mountain then it might be not available. You can use Visa, Master and American express like credit and debit both cards.

Yes, you can pay by credit card. But while you are paying by credit card, normally you have to pay 3.5% extra of total amount which reinforced by Nepalese bank. 

Yes, you can store with us or in the same hotel where you are staying too.

You might need different sorts of equipment according your duration of holiday and route of trekking. For equipment please kindly contact us.

Yes, you can find all sorts of trekking gears in Nepal which you can buy or rent as you wish. We will assist you if necessary.

You will have English speaking professional, experience, first aid trained and government registered certified local guide. They are mostly from all ethnic group of Nepal and hand picked from root of Himalaya region. We also offer language specific guides if needed such as French, Spanish, Italian etc.

Normally a porter will carry more or less 20 kilos and every 2 person basis we provide a porter. A porter really makes you massif different in term of avoiding burden of kilos to carry yourself and enjoying with amazing nature during the stunning Himalaya. As you know this is the best way of supporting local employee directly and adds extra value on our trip. You can only carry your small day pack.

If you have with you already then you can bring it. Otherwise we do provide complementary duffel bag.

Normally we walk more or less 13 to 15 km. However when we are above 3000 m then the distance might be shorter. So we might walk 10 to 12 km more or less.

Once you confirmed your trek with us, we prepare all necessary trekking permits for you.

Yes, it is completely safe to travel Nepal for single women and specially with us.

Yes, we do organize private trip and group joining as well as per your request.

Normally we organize more or less 10 trekkers in a group. But we have well experience of organizing 15 to 20 trekkers in a group if necessary.

There are some restricted region in Nepal such as Manaslu, Nar Phu, Kanchenjunga, Upper Mustang, Dolpo etc. where we should have minimum two trekkers to obtain special permits. Otherwise we do organize single trekker too. You will find further information right below link.
https://www.nepaltrekkingexperts.com/blog/nepal-trekking-permits-and-fees.html

The trek where we eat and sleep in the tea houses during Himalaya is called tea house trek. In tea house trek, we do not need to carry tents, mattress, kitchen stuffs etc. The trek where we carry all stuffs like tents, meals, kitchen equipment etc and camp our self which is called Camping trek.

Most of the places you will have electricity or solar power where you can charge your mobile, camera etc. which is payable. Normally the hotel owner will charge couple of hundred dollars for full charge of battery.

Yes, you should have high altitude (the maximum altitude you are going) coverage insurance policy such as air ambulance, medical etc. while trekking with us. Renting helicopter in Nepal is shocking expensive.

Basically we do have to different season each year like spring (March, April and May) and autumn (September, October and November). However trekkers still can short trek in December, January, February and Jun, July and August. Some of the region in Nepal Jun, July and August are good time like Upper Mustang, Nar Phu, Dolpo, Tibet etc. Those areas are known as rain shadow regions.

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