Trekking permit fees
All trekkers require a trekking permit to visit Nepal’s interior regions, which are not connected by highways. Recently the Annapurna, Langtang and Everest regions have been declared “permit free" areas; but National Park or Conservation Area fees are required... We process the trekking permits and national park entrances at immigration offices in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Two photographs and a copy of passport are required with the application.
Trekkers should be obtained The Trekking permit for the following trekking areas. The areas and required fees are as follows: 1. Lower Dolpo, Kanchenjunga, Gaurishankar and Lamabagar
Equivalent to US $ 10 per person per week
- Manaslu US$ 50(Dec-Aug) per person per week and US$ 7 for each extra day US$ 70(Sep-Nov) per person per week. and US$ 10 for each extra day
- Humla - Simikot - Yari US$ 50 per person per week. For 7 days and US$ 7 per person per extra day
- Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo US$ 500 per person for the first ten days and US$ 50 per person per day thereafter.
- Chekampar and Chunchet of Gorkha district (Sirdibas-Lhokpa-Chumling-Chekampar-Nile-Chule) US$ 35 (Sep-Nov) per person for 8 days US$ 25 (Dec-Aug) ) per person for 8 days
For trekking through National park areas require an entry permits. The entrance permits fees are as follow for the following National parks and Conservation Areas:
# Annapurna Conservation Area
US$ 32.00 per person.
- Makalu Barun Conservation Area US$ 32.00 per person.
- Manaslu Conservation Area US$ 32.00 per person.
- Langtang National Park US$ 15.00 per person.
- Sagarmatha( Everest National Park ) US$ 15.00 per person
- Shivapuri Conservation Area US$ 4.00 per person
- Rara National Park US$ 15.00per person.
- Shey Phoksundo National Park US $15.00 per person
- Chitwan National Park US $15.00 per person
- Bardia National Park US$ 15.00 per person
- What is Trekking?
- Who Can Trek?
- Why Trekking in Nepal?
- First Time Trekking?
- Trekking in Reality
- How long and when to trek?
- What is best Time for Trekking?
- What is Tea-house trekking?
- What is camping trek?
- Hotel and food during trekking
- Trekking planning check list
- Clothing and Equipments
- Health essentials for traveling in Nepal
- Altitude Sickness
- Transportation on trekking
- Trekking Guide & Porter Hire
- Travel and Rescue Insurance
- Tims Card