Nepal is a well-known country for outdoor activities and specialized in trekking and mountaineering. Different categories trekking permit requires completing any venture, all the Nepal trekking permit cost few dollars or equivalent Nepalese rupees. All the international tourist requires trekking permits for hiking and trekking in Nepal. Trekking permits should obtain before boarding on the journey that means before reach the check-point of any trekking region. Several trekking route permit only allows by issue Nepal government authorized trekking agency also licensed guide is mandatory. While trekking in Nepal most of the trail passing through a national park or conservation area since it is protected area the traveler has to pay entrance fees.
For inquiry about trekking and trekking permits can drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conservation Area and National Park Fees in Nepal
Most of Nepal trekking routes spreading into the protected national park and conservation area. Without permit cannot trekking into this nature conservation area and national park. All the foreigner trekkers have to have pass on the hand and it frequently checking en route of destination. Conservation area and National park fees cost Rs-3000 each for all international tourists and Rs-1500 for Indian people. The individual trekkers can buy conservation area and national park permits at Nepal tourism board office Brikutimandap Kathmandu and Nepal tourism board office at Lake Side Pokhara.
Everest region trek, Langtang and Helambu region trek, Makalu base camp trek, Rara Trek, Dolpo trek route passing through the national park. Annapurna region trek, Manaslu and Tsum valley region trek, Kanchenjunga region trek, Upper Mustang trek, Dhaulagiri base camp trek route is spanning in the large conservation area.
Annapurna Region Trek
Annapurna region trek is widely popular among the outdoor and adventure people, in-fact one of the Annapurna routes, Annapurna circuit trek was listed best trekking trail of the earth. Maximum adventure hiker who reached Nepal do one of Annapurna trek and discovered the magnificent diverse landscapes and Annapurna massif. Entire Annapurna region trek spreading into Annapurna conservation. Trekkers need to have two types of permits TIMS card and Annapurna conservation area project card on the pocket which cost Rs-5000 altogether.
Everest Region Trek
Everest region trek is the most popular trek after the Annapurna region trek. Most of the Everest route ultimate destination is the Everest base camp. The famous traveler magazine published the report more than 50,000 trekkers reached Everest base camp yearly. Mainly two different trekking permits are mandatory for Everest region trek like Everest national park cost Rs-3000 and Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality cost Rs-2000 and TIMS card is on an option that cost Rs-2000 all permits can buy alongside the route at Lukla and Monju village.
Langtang and Helambu Region Trek
Langtang and Helambu route is the third popular trekking route in Nepalese the Himalayas and it closely connects with Kathmandu. A few hours’ drives easily reach to the beginning point of Langtang and Helambu trek. All the trekkers need to have two types of trekking permits but if trek beginning and ending at Sundarijal have to buy Shivapuri Nagarjun National park permit on the check-point that cost Rs-1000 beside that Langtang national park fee cost Rs-3000 and TIMS card cost Rs-2000.
Restricted Area Trekking In Nepal
A number of trekking routes that linked with other countries Tibet and India called restricted trekking routes in Nepal. This trekking trail is complete wilderness and laying remote section of Nepal. Some of this trekking route was forbidden for international tourists till 1991 AD because of geographic and cultural issues as well as the safeness of local people. This area is immensely influenced by Tibetan Buddhist culture as well as mesmerizing landscapes. This trekking area including Manaslu Trek, Tsum Valley Trek, Nar Phu Trek, Upper Mustang Trek, Upper Dolpo Trek, Kanchenjunga Trek, and Limi Valley Trek. All of the restricted trekking areas permit only obtain through Nepal based local trekking agencies. Limi valley trek and Upper Dolpo trek should do camping because of do not have any human settlement at some campsites.
Trekking Information Management System Card
TIMS card is required for most of the trekking route expect restricted area and it cost U$D20 for free individual trekkers and U$D10 through trekking agencies. Trekking information management system card managed by Nepal tourism board and trekking agencies association of Nepal. It is very useful and informative documents for all the trekkers, they resister your travel record all the places and easy to track if any things go wrong along the trip. If any children under 10 years traveling with parents does not require a TIMS card. All the major trekking route has TIMS card check-point where the staff regular check. If you planning to travel off the beaten track through the remote villages hardly meet TIMS card check-point like Ruby valley trek, Indigenous people trail, Milke Danda Rhododendron Trek, etc. If you doing trek by yourself then better to obtain TIMS Card from Kathmandu (Nepal Tourism Board, Brikutimandap) and Nepal tourism board Pokhara. A trekker needs to submit a passport copy with two passport size colorful photos to get Trekking information management system card.