Dear Highlander, Thank you so much for an amazing trip! We had a real good time! Thanks for being so flexible and getting us home a day earlier. Pemba is the coolest S

Simone, Henriette, Julie, Mikkel and Cecile
Denmark

Thank you for the trekking to Ghorepani and Poonhill. The trek was beautiful, the Daal Bhaat was tasty, my guide's experience and the service left nothing to complain about! Wish

Linda
Holland

Trip Note For Tours

Every effort will be made to keep to the above itinerary, but as this is Adventure Travel in different part of the world, we cannot guarantee it. Weather conditions, road conditions, traffic; vehicle breakdowns can all contribute to changes. We will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, but an easy going nature will be an asset!

Nice to know:

Visa for Nepal

All nationalities except Indians require a visa for Nepal which could be obtain from Embassies abroad or on arrival at Tribhuwan international airport in Kathmandu.

You need to have one passport Photo and following fees in US dollars to obtain the visa on arrival.

1. USD 25 for Tourist visa with Multiple Entries for 15 days.

2. USD 40 for Tourist visa with Multiple Entries for 30 days.

3. USD 100 for Tourist visa with Multiple Entries for 90 days.

4. USD 2 per day for visa extensions.

Note: The visa regulations and fees for visa changes frequently so it is advisable to check the current rules with your nearest Nepalese Embassy or Consulate.
 

Introduction: 
Nepal has the widest altitude range of any country on the earth. Each altitude has its own weather, from tropical heat to Arctic cold. In main seasons spring and autumn, the weather is generally stable and even the high passes may be free of snow and relatively easy to traverse at times. In autumn the air is clean by the monsoon thus the visibility is high and great views over the Himalaya and in spring it's the time for flower to bloom.

Travelling from June- August, its monsoon period and could get very hot and humid in lowland of Nepal. The temperature varies from one part to another because of its geographical location so be prepared for changes of temperature and weather!


What to bring:
As you are going into the country of Himalaya and the weather is subjected to change anytime. Autumn (September to November) the days are pleasant but the temperature drop in the night so a pair of warm cloths are needed for night time. In spring the days are hot and humid but for the night a pair of normal jakcet is recommended. June- August its monsoon time with rain, hot and humid so rain jackets and a pair of normal jacket are recommended. For winter (December-February), the days are pleasant when sun come up in the sky but as soon sun move apart its get chilly and could get below 0 degree so warm cloths are the most.


Please check the checklist carefully for details of what you need to bring on the tour and please arrange it according season wise.


Check list:


BODY WEAR

  • Loose comfortable T-Shirts
  • Long sleeved shirts for sun protection
  • Trousers
  • A warm jacket and a fleece pullover
  • A thermal layer (shirt and pants)
  • Water and wind proof jacket
  • Water and wind proof trousers
  • Woolen or thermal gloves
  • Sun hat and sun glasses
  • Woolen or fleece hat
  • Scarf     

FOOT WEAR

  • Normal/warm woolen socks
  • Comfortable shoes
  • flip-flop

ACCESSORIES

  • A comfortable day pack with adjustable waist and shoulder straps
  • Personal toiletries - shampoo, soap, shavers, moisturizer, and travel towel etc
  • Sun block and lip balm
  • Personal first aid kit and any personal medications you need to take
  • Camera, music and books
  • Rucksack for your cloths and other accessories
  • An airtight ‘dry bag’ is great for storing your dirty laundry!
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Sleeping bag liner – either silk, cotton or fleece
  • HEAD TORCH!
  • Batteries for camera, torch etc..
  • A big smile for all and your sense of humor and adventure!

Note: These days most of these items can be purchased in Kathmandu. There are now several leading brand stores selling their own equipment and there are many stores selling cheap imitations and some well established local stores selling under their own labels. Ask us if you’d like some advice about where to go to get any gear. If you need to do any shopping for gear, please let us know with enough time to do this before leaving for trek!


INSURANCE
All tour participants should obtain their own personal insurance which covers medical and emergency evacuation at a minimum. Helicopter evacuation is provided in emergency cases but please make sure that you insurance cover the cost of the evacuation. You will of course also want cover for loss or damage to personal effects, flight or trip cancellation etc.


FLIGHT
The flight to and from mountain section of Nepal  are with small aircraft and the flight depends on the weather condition, so there are chances of flight being delays for hours or even cancelled due to the weather. You will only be allowed to carry 10kg as luggage and 5 kg as a hand bag and extra charge will be charge by airlines for excess baggage. Therefore it is always recommended to have some extra day just incase if your flight got cancelled due to the weather or likewise then you still could catch your flight back to your next destination.


TIPPING AND CASH REQUIREMENTS
In Kathmandu and major cities it is possible to get Nepalese rupees from your visa/credit card in ATM machine or in Bank. If you are carrying cash USD/EURO or like wise then there are plenty of money exchange counter in major touristic area or you can exchange it in Banks.

Do not forget to bring some Nepalese rupees for drinks or snacks that you might purchase on the way. You will be surprised by what is available on the popular trekking routes now! The amount to carry on the trekking routes depends on the area you are going to trek in, so please ask your guide for advice.

Tipping is now common in Nepal but there is no strict rules about how much the tip should be. You could tip if you are satisfied with the service.


CONSIDERING THE ENVIRONMENT
You have to be careful not to destroy the very environment you are enjoying so much. It is not only for your enjoyment, people and wildlife rely on this environment for their drinking water and food supply and many places are of enormous religious significance to local people.