Earlier, we have described about many different trekking routes in our trekking section including 3 cols to Simikot – Kailash trekking as well as Everest Base Camp from both part south and north from Tibet. Those trekking routes are challenging to alpine which requires perfect strength and prior high altitude experiences. Among the trekking trails, we have tried our level best to present some of the easy trekking routes for instant Ghorepani and Poonhill.
Ghorepani Poon hill trekking located in 3195 meters above from sea level lies in Annapurna Conservation Area Project of Annapurna trial in Western Nepal. The Annapurna region is an area in western Nepal where some of the most popular treks are located. The region is generally taken to include areas around the Annapurna Range (Annapurna Himal), the Dhaulagiri Range and the Kaligandaki River valley. Peaks in the Annapurnas include 8,091m Annapurna I, Nilgiri (7,061 m) and Machhapuchchhre (6,993 m). Dhaulagiri I (8,167 m) is just to the west of the Annapurnas, Most of these peaks are visible throughout the region on clear days. The Poonhil is most popular for sunrise and sun set view point from where you can see massif views of Annapurna I, stands at 8,091 m (26,538 ft), Mount Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre& more than 25 small peaks with 360 degrees panoramic views from far west to east just in apprxo.55 KMs in distance. While sun rising, mountain ranges are totally golden due to reflection which is incredible to observe in early morning, thus, we counsel you to trek from Ghorepani to Poonhill earlier then sunrise.
Starting from Pokhara to Nayapul or Phedi by private vehicle (2 hrs) depending on the traffic situation at the time of travelling, normally we start the trekking from Birethani Village just lies next to Pokhara – Baglung Highway. The entire trip / trekking trail is almost all ascending till Poonhill which can be completed in 3 days walking from Nayapul – Tirkhedhungda, Ullari, Ghorepani&Poonhill.
There are two section of this trekking as we will commence from Birethanti to Poonhill and then turn left to Tadapani –Ghandruk Village which is the real resident of varieties of flora and fauna form sub tropical to pine and you will grace by the heart touching blossoming rhododendron on your way. The Tadapani area offers the largest rhododendron forest in the world where you can experience hundreds of different of rhododendron. This segment is also the abode to copious wildlife like pika, blue sheep, snow leopards, tigers and Himalayan thar. Multiplicity of birds including multi –colored Impheyan, koklas and blood pheasants, offer you their natural beauty. In this region you will encounter with the Gurungs and Thakali people whose culture and religion is an examplorary of its kind in Nepal.
Simple trekking gears such as sticks, globes, sunglass, sport shoes, pair of trousers, shocks and water purifying tablets etc can be collected from Pokhara the starting point of the trek. The lodges and their tiny restaurant along the way, has a long experienced room boy and cook to prepare any types of dishes throughout the trekking. So, No camping gears and huge team is required now a days.
The trial through the thick forest also has to offer many small tea stall offering Masala tea / coffee/ Mineral water etc. The lodges has almost all modern facilities like hot water/ cozy Himalayan view rooms/comfortable beds with foam mattress, clean pillows, private bath ( somewhere), dinning with heating system and apple pie which is unforgettable indeed.
Hence, we suggest this trekking for beginners those seeking for Himalayan close views being not so far from the cities. At the end of the trekking, one can enjoy the naturally Pokhara situated in the lap of Mt. Fishtail and Phewa Lake. Still, there are many options missing to enjoy i.e, Chitwan National Park, Seti River raft, Kaligandaki Raft, Bandipur Village, Bardia National Park, Lumbini via Palpa City or extension you're trekking to annpurna circuit, Annapuran Base camp from Ghandruk Village, etc. In fact, this is the gateway trekking of Jomsom, Upper Mustang, Tilicho Lake and Hot Spring / Dhaulagiri High pass….
Day 0 1: From Kathmandu to Pokhara, the starting point,
It takes about 35 minutes by plane or seven hours by bus. The tourist bus leaves from the north end of Kantipath around seven o, clock every morning. The bus to Beglung leaves from Bindobhasi, which is about 5- 6minutes by car from the Pokhara airport, and arrives in Nayapul, the starting point of trekking, in about two hours. This means that, if fly in Pokhara from Kathmandu around noon and make it for the afternoon bus, you can reach Birethati within the same day. These times you were going to take the morning bus in Pokhara.
Day 02: We start our trip in thr morning by private transfer which passes phedi,
Where you will catch the bus on your return trip. It climbs up further to Naudanda. There is a check post here and your conservation permit will be checked. The bus then passes Khare (1646 meters) and Lumle and descends to the Modikhola. It soon arrives in Nayapul, with foure or five bhattis along the road. Start Trekking from where you get off the bus. Descend by the back of the Bhatti, cross the tributary Dholikhola using the suspension bridge, and you will reach Nayapul village. Follow then the level path along the left bank of the Modikhola. You will soon reach Ekuwar, where there are only Bhattis. Move on, and will see Birethanti (1037 meters) in front and come to the suspension bridge over the ModiKhola. Cross it, and you will be in Birethanti. There is even a three- storied lodge here. Lunch break here. After lunch, move further interior along the tributary Bhurungdikhola, pass a small waterfall, and you will be in Matathanti. Descend to the River bank and continue on for while. Climb up then to the terraces, and you will reach Ramgure. When you ascend the path with stone walls, will arrives in Sudami with a school. A further ascend will take to you Hille. You will see Thirkhedhumga village (1577 meters) in the valley in front. Before long, you will be in the village that has many lodges. If you move on a little further, there is a suspension bridge over the tributary. Cross it , and you will fine a farm field on your right. This is the Campsite for today.
Day 03: Today, you will climb on to Ghorepani.
First, cross the suspension bridge over the BhurungdiKhola, you will have to start a steep ascent to Ulleri (2073 meters) using continuous stone steep. This is the hardest ascent in this course. Keep on Climbing until you reach the ridge, and you will reach a village, which has Lodges and restaurants. On the opposite bank, you can see Hiunchuli (6441meters) and Annapurna South Peak (7219 meters). The ascent from Ullri becomes gentle. At the end of the ridge, turn to the left and enter the forested area. You will soon reach Banthanti, which has three lodges. Lunch break. The course from Banthanti goes through the rhododendron forest. Move on along the small stream, which is down below to your right, cross the wooden bridge to the left bank and to the open section on the flank, and you will be in Nagetthanti which has three lodges. As the forest becomes more dance, move on by the path with stone steps, and you will reach the lower village of Ghorepani, which is a hollow with lodges.After climbing for about (15 minutes) you will come to the upper village (2855 meters) where there are lodges and check post. You can see the Dhaulagiri himal in frontand the Annapurna Himal above you to the right. If you climb another hour and stand on poon hill, you will have a wider view. From the east to the west, Machhapuchre south peak, Annapurna 1(8091 meters) from the snow covered main right line. To the left, Nilgiri (7061 meters) looks like it is rising from the Kaligandaki River. In front, you will see the imposing Dhaulagiri 1, (8167 m.) it is accompanied by Tukuche peak (6920 meters) on its right. On its left stand Dhaulagiri 2 to V and PuthaHiunchuli (7246 meters), the campsite will be the yard of the lodges.
Day 04: After a visit to Poon Hill (3195 meters)
Which is one of the excellent place to see the wide range of the mountains, (about 2 hrs) we, you to descend to Tadapani, but if you schedule allows, you are strongly advised to spend a day in Ghorepani. You will be able to enjoy Dhaulagiri in the morning and Annapurna bathed in red in the evening. To reach Tadapani, climb the forested area, which is on the opposite side of poon hill. In mid-April, this area is a rhododendron flower. From the forest, pass the right with a fine view, continue on the flank, and go back to the lean ridge again. Repeating small ascents and descents several times, you will reach Deurali. There are some Hotels on the pass. Descend from there along the stream, and you will soon reach Banthanti, which has severl lodges under the rock face. This lodge runs by the villagers of Ghandrung. Lunch break. After lunch, descend from the flank to the tributary ChoromKhola, cross it using the wooden bridge, and climb back on the flank. You will come to a pass in a forested area that is tadapani (2650meters). There are Hotels and you can camp in their court yard.
Day 05: Today’s journey is to descend all the way to the bank of the ModiKhola
And climb up to Landrung Immediately below Tadapani, branch off the path descending to Kyumrung and follow the path on your right that descends gently through the forest. Keep traversing the flank towards the right until the forest ends, and you will be in BaisiKharka. Descend from there along the stream, get on the flank, and descend to a good-sized steam that comes down from your right. Move on along the steam for a while, go in the forested area on your right, and descend traversing the flank. When you see the valley along the ModiKhola, you will soon reach the upper end of Ghandrung village (1,951 meters). Follow the cobble-stoned path, and you will come to the village itself with about 150 houses and many lodges. This is a village of the Gurungs, where the path to the Annapurna Sanctuary branches off. It is a good place for a lunch break. On the opposite bank of the ModiKhola, you can see Landrung (1,646 meters), where you will spend the night today. To reach it, you will have to descend once to the bank of the ModiKhola, cross it using the suspension bridge, and climb up through the terraced fields. There is another path to the Annapurna Sanctuary branching off from Landrung. The campsite is the yard of the lodge at the upper end of the village.
Day 06: Today, you will cross over a pass, descend on the ridge,
And spend the night in Dhampus. Starting from Landrung, traverse the flank, cross the tributary Tim Khola using the suspension bridge, and climb up on a big meadow. This is Mediagola and there is a lodge. The path continues on the flank and passes three hamlets called Thorka. Cross the suspension bridge over the stream flowing from the left, and you will reach BeriKharka with two Bhattis. Lunch break.After lunch, you will ascend the steep slope to BhichukDeurali, Zigzag up through the forested area to a solitary house. If you ascend further for about 20 minutes, there will be another house, which is a lodge. Both houses are within BeriKharka. The steep slope continues through the forest. When the path starts traversing the flank to the right, you will soon reach BhichukDeurali (2,400 meters) and will have the view open towards Pokhara. Now descend the gentile ridge to Pothana. Keep descending the stone- stepped path along the stone walls, and you will reach Dhampus (1,799 meters). The campsite is the yard of the lodge, which is in the center of the village, commanding a fine view.
Day 07: Today, you will be back in Pokhara.
Passing the lodges lined up on the ridge;
descend along the stone steps towards the right. After reaching the level land, continue descending the stone steps, and you will come to the lower village of Dhampus. Down below in the valley, you can see the bus road, which leaves Phedi for Pokhara and also for Naudana zigzagging on the flank of the opposite bank. Follow the path in the forest and then descend the stone steps. After reaching the roadway, continue trekking, and you will reach Phedi in about 15 minutes. To return to the bazaar in Pokhara, take the bus on the regular route. If you take a taxi, you will be there in about 30 minutes. To go to the airport area or to the hotel or the lodge on the lake Phewa Tal, 40 minutes will be enough.
Starting from: $399
- Welcome with flower on arrival terminal of international airport, Kathmandu.
- Transfer from airport to the hotel by AC car/van/coach as per group size.
- Luggage van extra depending on the group size.
- A cell phone is provided on arrival to communicate between the group & agency.
- Welcome drinks (tea/coffee/juice as per guest request).
- 03 nights 3 Star decent Heritage Hotel on twin sharing basis including bed and breakfast.
- Ground transfers according to the tour itinerary to/from Trekking starting point.
- One full day sightseeing tour in Kathmandu valley by an experienced Sherpa guide.
- 3 course of meals (tea/coffee, B/F, lunch & dinner) during trekking. (Veg. & Non Veg.)
- Twin sharing camping or Lodge accommodation in the trekking route. (If a group size is 10+ one additional Sherpa is provided to arrange everything along the way)
- Crews including local Guide, Cook, Kitchen boy, helper including equipments including
- Two men tent, kitchen tent, dining tent, toilet tent, shower tent, shower bag, table and chair, sleeping bag, mattresses and pillows etc.
- Kathmandu to Lukla and vice varsa air tickets
- Fooding, lodging, trek allowances, gears, transfers, insurance & other expenses of travel crews
- First aid kit box for entire trekking.
- 24 hours emergency rescue services by helicopter (but you must be insured well)
- Trek memorial souvenir at the end of the trekking.
- Farewell dinner (Typical Nepali Food with cultural show) including to/from transfers.
- Dep. txf from the hotel to KTM international airport by AC/Non AC car/van/coach as per group size.
- All Govt. taxes including 13% VAT. (Subject to change)
Cost does not include:
- Nepal entry & re-entry visa fees. US$ 25 / 40 for a month stay
- Extra flight & Airport Taxes (Domestic & International).
- Entry fees for the sightseeing places in Kathmandu.
- Personal equipments and clothing.
- Expenses of personal nature like; shopping, alcoholic drinks etc.
- Travel insurance, rescue expenses and medical expenses.
- Donations, Tips & Gratuities.
- Extra porters if asked by the group.
- Other expenses beyond our control i.e. landslides, natural calamities, road blockade, political disturbance, flight cancellation etc
- Extra services not mentioned in trek itinerary.
Getting started: Trekking is an activity that you can start with a nominal equipment and knowledge. If you have a agency like Getaway! Himalayan Eco-Trekking Pvt. Ltd. you have the perfect plan to start the venture according to your needs. Most Trekking routes have walking tracks suitable for both beginners and experienced trekkers. It's just a matter of choosing a walk that you're comfortable with and as we would say, just do it!
Get to know your own ability: You need to read our e-mailed itinerary and complete info well in advance before commencing flight to Nepal. Discuss with your Trekking Guide and Porters as soon as you land in Kathmandu or Pokhara who will give you practical information about the entire trip especially on road condition, standard of lodges/tents, food, rescue etc. Start off with a short walk on a well defined track early in the day especially for the first day. This will give you a chance to gauge your performance. It is tempting for an enthusiastic beginner to go that bit further too late in the day. If the track you have chosen is short and well defined you will have a much better chance of reorienting yourself. Before heading out evaluate the prevailing weather conditions and take the appropriate clothing and water for the conditions. See the checklist if you are in need of equipments, on the bottom of our homepage available for walks in your area.
The best way to experience the incredible combination of natural beauty and cultural riches of Nepal is to walk through them. The objective of trekking is not just reaching the particular destination, but enjoying the journey as well. You can walk at your own pace, observing nature, rural communities, and spectacular mountain panoramas. It is a simple walk, but comprises very special places like - amazing forests, isolated hamlets, and small mountain villages, birds, animals, temples, monasteries and overwhelming landscapes. You will also encounter friendly people of different mountain cultures offering fascinating glimpses of traditional rural life, quite unimaginable in our modern urban life.
A trekking route will often pass through forests of rhododendron, bamboo, oak, hemlock and visiting one or two villages each day. However, the greatest highlight of any trek is the tantalizing views of snowcapped peaks. Rivers are crossed on log passages or suspension bridges. It’s not unusual to cross snowfields in the morning and bathe in sub-tropical streams in the afternoon.
For the most part, trekking routes are well traveled by local people, but has remained unmarked without signposts. Trekkers rely on our staff for directions and an introduction to the local people, culture, religion, and lifestyle. Our job is to ensure your comfort and safety as we take you where you want to go, at your own pace. We show you what you have come to see, and help you explore a different world.
Is trekking for everyone?
Yes, everyone can go for trekking. Some people might hesitate whether I can do it or not. Well, it is alright for any person with a normal health. Generally we walk just for 6-7 hours a day, with lots of breaks in between for breakfast, lunch, tea times and you can stop for a rest whenever you feel like. One of our staff stays at the back of the group to make sure everyone is okay.
We offer treks to more than 70 destinations in Nepal Himalayas. You can choose one of them according to your interest, time, budget and the trekking grades. You can find this list of trekking routes from the left-side menu & Drop down menu of this section.
Please also check the trekking regions, types, accommodation styles, health and other related information under ‘Trekking Info’ on the left-side menu of this section.
Types of Trekking
- Tea House ( Lodge ) Trekking
- Tented Camp ( Using own Tents)
- Hiring Guide or Porter on self arranged lodge or Tent.
Trekking can be done in a number of ways; Teahouse Trekking (Lodge to Lodge) & Tented Camp. In teahouse trekking, you eat and sleep on hotels and teahouse in Nepal where one can get a hot cup of tea, coffee found locally in the trekking regions.
Teahouse trekking is the most popular of all as you can easily find a place to eat and sleep in the areas you are familiar with. Few routes such as Annapurna Circuit, Base Camp, Jomsom and Muktinath, Everest B.C, Gokyo Lake, Langtang & its surroundings have tourist level lodge and small hotels to accommodate trekkers in twin – single or triple bed sharing basis. However, Everest High pass after Gokyo Lake in between the Everest Base Camp have no lodge shelter for trekkers. Annapurna circuit especially on Thorung–La (5416 meters) also is quite busy during High season. Now days, Upper Mustang and Kanchenjunga area trekking also offers small lodges cum houses for trekkers to stay with family and enjoy the tradition indeed. This is possible for only small size group of people who can adjust with families.
Camping trekking is popular in areas where one would tent, cook individually or in groups other then in Lodge trekking routes as mentioned above. Usually you make your backpack lighter by carrying limited foods and clothes required during the trekking period. You can give the entire responsibility to arrange the Porters, food and accommodation to Getaway! Himalayan Eco-Trekking Pvt. Ltd. and enjoy the trek.
Trekking in Nepal can be done all year around. The country is blessed with good weathers.
Autumn: September to November: Excellent season for trekking in all areas can enjoy clear mountain views.
Winter: December to February: Ideal for trekking in regions below 2500 Meters altitude.
Spring: March to May: Nepal's national flower Guranse (Rhododendrons in English) colors the mountains red and beautiful, moderate temperature makes a perfect choice for trekking in hilly regions but trekking in terai can be a little burdensome due to high temperature in this region.
Summer: June to August Monsoon falls is in this period. Expect wet, warm and wild trekking during the season. This is the season to see lush green valleys with rice crops and greenest thick jungles.
Fixed Departures & Custom-made Itineraries
We offer both fixed date group departures and also can make a custom itinerary according to your needs. We will be pleased to address all your queries so feel free to talk to us and email us.
Why choose Getaway! Himalayan Eco-Trekking Pvt. Ltd.as a Trekking Agency?
Before embarking on trekking trips, keep one thing in mind that you are on a new land and you have still have limited information about it.
Trekking routes in Nepal are mostly at high altitudes and with it comes risk of high altitude sickness and other altitude-borne diseases. Having our guide will help to monitor and advice you on acclimatization and general prevention.
Another advantage of travelling through our agency is that you will be benefitted from our years of experience. Our guides and trekking personnel will show you places of interest provide you with detailed information about the places that you are visiting and ask local people about trail conditions and help you learn a bit of Nepali language as well. This could make your trip more memorable.
Many trekkers still travel on group treks organized abroad, but it is also possible to arrange an organized trek directly with our company by email, fax or telephone or once you arrive in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
By taking the service of trekking agency like Getaway Treks and Expedition you will employ local people. Your contribution may seem small, but it makes big impact on the lives of people in rural areas.
- We travel in a small group basis keeping in mind that to lower the entire cost of the whole trip and not be hassled each other due to different physical conditions.
- We have our own fleet of vehicles and permanently working experienced guides since our establishment which makes us reliable.
- We have no hidden cost nor we include hotel accommodation in any cities beside trekking routes but we keep our door open about the information of all accommodations that our trekkers may need before or after the trip.
- We have our own complete equipments store with us in Kathmandu, Lukla and Pokhara, to minimize the cost as well as to create worry free arrangements for any types of trips in Himalaya.
- We have our own small counter office established at Lukla and Pokhara in order to run trekking and mountaineering smoothly as soon as you land at respective zone without making you wait for hours, since we have long term basis contract with local porters and yak owners.
- We have a special administrative team to apply and issue Permit for TEAMS to National Park or Conservation Permits along with special permits required for Upper Mustang & Upper Dolpo etc.
- Additionally, we facilitate our clients with emergency Helicopter charter service as a rescue service from any corner of the country and evacuate them.
- Equipments & Clothing checking is done in each and every trekking / Mountaineering before commencing it which assures you to be confirmed with the required necessities.
- We offer pick up and drops including custom clearances service free for our trekkers.
- Our company refunds a half of the cost out of total cost in case of serious sickness during trekking.
- We employee Mountaineering Experts and well trained young and old aged guides.
- Our Guides are trained from different mountaineering institutes and clubs.
- They have sound knowledge in English and little knowledge of other international language to communicate.
- Our guides do have sound knowledge about altitude sickness and first aid treatment. One Extra Guide to book perfect and enough space and food to avoid crowd in small lodge accordingly is provided. They carry mobile (cell) phone and satellite phone whereas necessary and accessible.
Causes of Accident
Mountain accident statistics outline that a big percentage of accidents occurring in the mountains involve less experienced hikers ,sometimes solely because they were not informed about the difficulties of the chosen trail, lack of preparation for sudden changes in the weather and climatic conditions, or because they under estimate the effects of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).
Your physician and your local Public Health Service are the best sources of information regarding the immunizations necessary for Nepal. The following list of recommended medicines and injections, are normally recommended for trekkers in Nepal. It is a good practice to have shots recommended in a Yellow international health certificate.
- Suntan lotion or sun-block cream
- Lip Salve (chap stick, blister or glacier cream)
- Foot powder
- Band-Aids (plasters) and tape
- Moleskin or other blister pads
- Elastic (Ace) bandage
- Throat lozenges or cough drops
- Decongestant tablets
- Iodine-small bottle for water purification
- Toilet paper and matches or cigarette lighter to burn used TP
- Bacterium or other diarrhoea remedy
- Antibiotic eye drop
- Anti-inflammatory drugs (ibrofen)
- Clotrimazole 1% or miconazole 2%
- Decongestant (Actifed)
- Diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
- Hydrocortisone 1%
- Ioperamide (Imodium)
- Norfloxacin 400mg or ciprofloxacin
- Promethazine (Phenergan)
- Rehydration salts
Recommended Vaccines & Immunization
- Polio (oral)
- Malaria (only if you will be visiting a jungle lodge)
- Hepatitis (gamma globulin an expensive, but important shot)
- Meningitis Meningococcal A/C vaccine
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
Some people are more susceptible to altitude sickness than others. If you suffer from a case of altitude sickness it does not mean that you can never go to high altitudes again. However, it does means in the future, you should pay attention. Awareness of altitude sickness has caused some trekkers to be unnecessarily anxious as they trek. The progression of symptoms is usually gradual, and you will have plenty of time to react appropriately. Design your itineraries to allow plenty of time for acclimatization so that you will be able to adjust to the increasing altitude. Human bodies have the ability to adjust to higher altitudes when given enough time. If a person travels up to high altitudes more rapidly than his or her body is able to adjust the developed AMS symptoms.
The treatments of AMS are first and foremost not to ascend with symptoms as symptoms are likely to descend. In rare cases where descend is difficult or impossible a portable pressure chamber is effective. Three medications have also been proven useful for treating and preventing AMS namely Acetazolamide (Diamox), Dexamethasone (Decadron), Nifedipine. Your physician and local Public Health Service are the best sources for further information.
Obviously, some urban water may be extremely contaminated and some mountain water may be almost pure you are advised not to drink tap or stream water for your safety. Stick to purified water or soft drinks. Boiling makes water safe to drink and a good way to ensure safe drinking water is to consume lots of tea or a hot drink (hot lemon or hot water) which is available almost everywhere. Another way to ensure safe drinking water is to treat it with iodine or chlorine preparations.
The things that you need to have in your backpack during the tour are important things to be taken into an account. Your backpack should be lighter as you need to carry them and should be stuffed with essentials. Above 3,000 m the days are cooler and a set of interchangeable warm and windproof layers is best. During the night you should put on dry thermals and the thickest down jacket available. Above 4,000 m it is cool year-round so you can dress up accordingly.
TIMS PERMIT & CONSERVATION / NATIONAL PARK PERMITS
NTB and TAAN signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on March 18, 2010 to implement the TIMS system in a new format from April 1, 2010. NTB and TAAN have introduced separate TIMS Cards for FITs and organized groups. FITs need to have Green TIMS cards by paying Nepali currency equivalent to US $20 per person, while those travelling in groups need to have Blue TIMS cards by paying Nepali currency equivalent to US $10 per person. Trekkers taking the service of trekking agencies can pay fee for TIMS card in US dollars.
Our Administrative Crew will collect trekkers’ data and enter it in the central database and will provide trekkers with a TIM’s card after paying fee prescribed above.
TIMS counter at TAAN follows regular working hours (10am-5pm) and 365 days a year- NTB Offices follows government working hours and days.
Getaway ! Himalayan Eco-Trekking Pvt. LtdTreks and Expedition Pvt.Ltd. Trekking agencies open 12 hours a day seven days a week.
Documents required for different Permits
To obtain TIMS Card
- Two (2) Passport-size Photographs
Conservation / National Park Permit
- Xerox Copy of Passport and Visa
- Two (2) Passport size Photographs
Special Permits for Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo Etc
- Original Passport with two working days:
- 4 Passport size Photographs.
Mountaineering / Climbing Permits
- Original Passport and its Copies
- 4 Passport Size Photographs
Govt. Office Opening hours: Sunday to Friday except on Public Holidays:
- 10 AM – 5 PM (from mid February to mid November)
- 10 AM – 4 PM (from mid November to mid February)
|Trip Start Date||Trip End Date||Price||Book This Trip|
|2015-08-19||2015-09-05||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2015-09-09||2015-10-14||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2015-09-10||2015-10-13||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2015-10-03||2015-11-21||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2015-10-08||2015-11-16||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2016-04-22||2016-05-01||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2016-08-17||2016-09-07||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|
|2016-09-08||2016-10-10||Available at 10% Off||Book Now|