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Nepal Trekking Permit Fees

Nepal Trekking permit fees All trekkers require a trekking permit fee 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 the 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 permit. The entrance permits fees are as follow for the following National parks and Conservation Areas:

Annapurna Conservation Area US$ 25.00 per person.
Makalu Barun Conservation Area US$ 25.00 per person.
Manaslu Conservation Area US$ 25.00 per person.
Langtang National Park US$ 35.00 per person.
Sagarmatha( Everest National Park ) US$ 35.00 per person
Shivapuri Conservation Area US$ 6.00 per person
Rara National Park US$ 18.00per person.
Shey Phoksundo National Park US $18.00 per person
Chitwan National Park US $18.00 per person
Bardia National Park US$ 18.00 per person

Tims Card

With the target of administering the database of trekkers and debilitating unlawful operation in trekking business, Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) have begun to actualize the Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) from first January 2008.

All the trekkers ongoing trekking in diverse ranges of the nation are obliged to get a TIMS Card. Dissimilar to Trekking Registration Certificate (TRC), the TIMS card will be made accessible to trekkers. Trekking organizations, which are parts of TAAN, will be utilized as TIMS counters. The TAAN head office in Kathmandu and its branch office in Pokhara will additionally issue TIMS card. In the event that it is important, NTB will open its counter to issue the slips for Free Individual Tourists (Fits).

There are two sorts of TIMS Certificates: blue declaration for organized trekkers and green slip for Free Individual Tourists (FIT) Trekkers Can get a TIMS from Our Trekking Company.

Advantages of the TIMS Cards

  • Illegal operation in trekking business could be demoralized.
  • Control the unapproved exercises in the trekking business.
  • Easier to do salvage operation throughout crises.
  • Tendencies of ousting trekking staffs in challenging circumstances might be regulated.
  • More job chances for encountered aides and field staffs might be created.
  • Easier to lessening the weight on trekking courses by redirecting trekkers to different courses.
  • This will help diminish bungle at the courses throughout the top season.
  • Create the business environment and improve proficient adroitness of ambitious people and expansion government’s income.
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