Frequently asked questions (FAQS) provide information about the  tour and trekking Nepal are listed below:

Do I need a visa to enter Nepal?

All foreigners, except Indian citizens, need visas to enter Nepal. Visa can be obtained from the Nepalese embassy. To get the Nepal favourable you need the valid passport, two passport size photo, and visa fee.

Do I get Nepal visa on arrival?

Of course, you can easily get the Nepal visa on arrival on Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu. Visa for tourist with multiple entries for 3o days cost $40 or equal to other currency. You can add more visa date on request at Airport or from Nepal immigration.

Do i need permit and TIMS cards to do treks?

Sure, we all need Permits & TIMS to do trek in every parts of Nepal.

Is guide necessary to trek in Nepal?

Yes, a guide is necessary to trek in Nepal. The trekking trials are crossing through the wilderness, remote countryside, and high elevation in the Mountains. The guide is not needed to make your trip safer but also to make your trip more enjoyable as well as adventurous. Trekking and tours guides have their guide license and also they exert as well as gain the experience by doing the task in the same field less or more than 10 years.

How difficult is trekking in Nepal?

Trekking Nepal is the best adventure activity in Nepal. Trekking difficulty depends on the particular trekking route and region. Read more about Trekking Difficulty Levels 

Is Nepal Safe to Walk Alone?

As in many countries it isn’t recommended to walk around in the later hours of the evening and night; in Nepal and Kathmandu, where most restaurants, bars and other tourist attractions close generally around 10.00 PM. However, there are always the after-hours bars where some remain open until 3.00 AM. This particularly applies to women; the people of Nepal are very friendly and will go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. You are more likely to be approached by a local and told not to go somewhere rather than to take advantage of you.If you’re doing trekking, it would also be unwise to walk along the trails such as Everest Base Camp Trail there are no accommodations available after 7.00 PM. While you may be safe from physical danger, the trails get tricky even with an experienced guide and headlamp. Overall, let common sense dictate your movements and activities whilst walking alone in Nepal.

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