The below FAQ is designed and premeditated to offer the response for any queries of the populace who are setting up and preparing to visit Nepal. The questions scheduled here and their answers are just meant only as an all-purpose guide to help you plan and systematize your trip before you hit the road. They are not destined to be comprehensive out on the road guide. For further particulars information and more on day to day travel guidance, get hold of one of many excellent travel books that have been available over the years to help the traveler. Many of them are obtainable in bookstores approximately the world but if you can't find one in an amass near you; don't be anxious, you can get them in Nepal once you arrive here.

1) Where is Nepal?

Nepal is surrounded by land located in southern Asia, couched between two Asian giants India and China. Nepal is geographically, culturally, and linguistically miscellaneous. The capital city of the country, Nepal, in Kathmandu, usually known as the 'city of temples' where we can travel around customary artistic beauty. Draped, along with the most considerable height of the Himalaya, Nepal is anywhere the ice-cold of the mountain meets the humid heat of the Indian plains. Furthermore, it's a land of yaks and yetis, Stupa and Sherpa's, and some of the most excellent trekking on earth. The Himalaya's most complicated urban cultures took shape here, in the three substantial mini kingdoms of the Kathmandu valley- Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Patan - home to a world-class artistic and architectonic convention.

2) What is Nepal recognized for?

Nepal is recognized for Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world and Lord Buddha, who was the lead the way of the Buddhist religion. Besides, in the center of 14 eight thousand meters cross mountains in the world, eight are situated in this naturally beautiful country. Nepal has been the focus of extraordinary accomplishments in the world of peak climbing tourists with an analysis of more than one thousand peaks above 6,000 meters. Trekking from side to side, the Everest region offers astonishing mountain views, a chance to take a sight into the life of world heritage sites, discovering the diversity of Himalayan flora and faunas, and an opportunity to travel around the highest Buddhist monasteries in the world. In general, Nepal is known for its welcome, and the local people believe in the mantra 'Atithi Debo Bhaba' (Guest are god).


3) Can I obtain a Nepal visa at the entrance?

Yes! Nepal visa is effortlessly available upon arrival in the entry places. Make the course more manageable by downloading & completing the submission form, having the correct USD cash and two passport photographs.

Visa Facility



  Multiple entry

15 days

$ 25 or equivalent Nepali currency

Multiple entry

    30 days

$ 40 or equivalent Nepali currency

Multiple entry

    90 days

$ 100 or equivalent Nepali currency

Nepal is one of the new self-governing countries in the world with many energetic political parties, thoughts, ideologies, and leaders. As such, there might be some turbulence in some areas of the country. But it does not touch each day life of the inhabitants in the other parts. Life moves on as ordinary, unperturbed.

 5) How to come to Nepal?

Two ways can enter Nepal,

By air: Some of the leading worldwide airline's in-service agenda armed forces to Nepal are Royal Nepal Airlines, Biman Bangladesh, British Airways, China South West Airlines, Gulf Air, Druk Air, India Air, Thai Airways, Pakistan Air, Qatar, Jet Air, and Singapore Airlines. Through the air, you will arrive at your destination at the Tribhuvan International Airport (only one international airport in Nepal) located in the heart of Kathmandu City.

 By Road: There are more than a hardly any entry points by land route mostly from Nepal / Indian borders; and China/Tibet Boarder.

•       Kodari

•       Birgunj

•       Kakarvita

•       Nepalganj

•       Dhangadhi

•       Bhairahawa

•       Mahendranagar

Scheduled public, as well as explorer buses, run to and from Kathmandu. Wandering by bus is recommended if you can run with 10 to 12 hours of comprehensive drive in return for delightful mountainous views and snail tail roads that get jointly above the clouds.

 6) Do you have Airport pickup facilities?

Absolutely! We have airport pick up facilities for our clientele who have booked for our packages. We don't accuse any money. As the point in time, you booked your journey; you have to update us.

I am leaving on a teahouse trekking in Nepal.

7) What can I expect?

Teahouse trekking is a well-liked method of trekking in Nepal and has approximately succeeded in camping trips. This style of trekking includes relaxing in teahouses or lodges sprinkled all through the trekking route. In most of the places, the teahouse is presented by a local with amenities like accommodation and food. In several occasions, teahouse may also offer you with internet facilities.

8) How extensive will we walk on a standard day's trekking?

Each day you can anticipate five to seven hours walking, covering 10 to 14 km. Though above 3500metes, the times will be the same. You'll merely cover 8 to 9 km. Importantly, all our itineraries are adaptable and can be changed by the weather, geographical, and physical condition of the person associates.

9) Who will be our conductor?

Your conductor will be a local Nepali, but a flowing English speaker. We can also offer guides who converse, French, Spanish, Japanese, German, or Italian if you favor. Most of our guides come from the hilly regions of Nepal, above 3000 meters. They are cautiously chosen on the foundation of their appropriate experience, leadership skill, and personal ability. With a purpose of behind local communities, Himalayan Glacier only employ staffs from the different groups of Nepal's diverse ethnic population; counting Sherpas, Gurung, Rai, Magar and Brahmin who have sufficient information about the culture, flora, fauna, ecosystem, geography, and olden times of Nepal. Furthermore, we give the guides who have gone from side to side special training package programmed like Intensive Wilderness First Aid, Eco Trekking Workshop, Trekking Guide Training, & Adventure Meet, Ice Climbing, Rock climbing, and Mountaineering (for journey leaders), etc., which are specialized and approved by administration of Nepal.

10) What kind of climatic condition can we be expecting during trekking?

The weather in the mountain is infamously difficult to predict. At night it usually is more relaxed the days are sunny. Winter (January and February) will be minimum more unresponsive, but the days can be relatively beautiful and warm if the sun is out. There will be a small piece of snow during January, February, and December. It is also significant to make sure that you can wait warm and dry in just about any circumstances. Expect the unanticipated!

11) Does your company help to locate home flight, international flight, hotel bookings, and other fortified forces?

We can take care of all home flights, hotel bookings, and other services. Though we suggest you place international flights from your home country, we can offer assistance.

12) What type of insurance should I require to have previous to coming to Nepal? Can I obtain insurance there?

No, you can't get at this time. It is a state of joining any of our trips that are secluded against complete expenses possible to incur due to medical issues or accidents (to include helicopter rescue, air ambulance, and treatment costs). Please be renowned that we don't assemble or sell insurance.

A tranquil trip will be far with no high-quality travel insurance. In the contest of any illness or injury, the cost of crisis treatment and mass departure is shocking. Consequently, travel insurance is firmly not compulsory for everybody who signs up with Himalayan Glacier. We strongly advocate that be cautious while choosing a rule as some make particular exceptions for adventure travel. Before trade insurance makes, careful, your insurance company is conscious of the HGT escapade itinerary that you are leaving to take on and is pleasant to cover all behavior being undertaken in the trip. Such as if you are preparation trekking or climbing/expedition in the Himalayas, your cover must cover crisis air ambulance/helicopter rescue, including checkup expenses. For collection tours in urban areas, your insurance reporting of ambulance or helicopter rescue is not compulsory, however, more useful to have with them too. You need to propel us your copy of your insurance policy or carry it with you while you approach the trip.

13) Is Nepal safe? Is a woman itinerant alone safe with your corporation?

Nepal is safe for travelers. Initially, Nepal is careful as one of the nonviolent countries in the world. Secondly, while you're on one of our trips, we take individual accountability for your well-being.

14) How much elevation can you get me?

While well as an extensive list of trekking itineraries, we do journey climbs right up to the peak of the Mt. Everest, both sides of the country, Nepal, and Tibet. If you're novel to mountaineering in the Himalayas, we can offer recommendations on a peak, or if you have a meticulous one in mind, we can make it occur. For more, have a look at our mountaineering and journey sheet.

15) What are the most excellent times to come on a trek/tour/expedition?

The most excellent tourist season in Nepal with the summer gone by and the chill to set is Autumn (mid-September-November). The climate is highly enjoyable, so are the mountain views. While spring season (March-May) is also careful as the high-quality season. The temperature is gently warm in low lands while reasonable in higher altitudes with an abundance of opportunity to have an assignation with the mountain views. It is also the time for plants to bloom, and the national flower of Nepal rhododendron sweep the climbing altitudes with its generous color and beauty. Winter period (January-February) is also optional for tours, safari, and low altitude trek below 4000m. But for some areas of Nepal, Tibet, and India, the summer season (June- August) are the top months

16) Can I join in the trekking even if i have no experienced?

As it is our responsibilities, the most significant thing we do is determine your experience and ambition, and find the trek to most excellent match these. Though hard or easy you'd like it, Though much or little knowledge you have, we have the ideal trek for you.

I've heard stories from associates about cleanliness principles in Asia. Do I need to convey the economy-pack of Imodium

We're very used to preparing food for the western constitution, and we can promise you all food is ready to a very high normal of hygiene - almost certainly senior to in your house country. And, at what time on a lodge trek, our direct always inspect the tea-house kitchen to ensure everything's up to scrape. On the trail bottle water is obtainable, but an environmentally aloof option. In its place, we favor water that has been boiled and then purifies by tablet, which is ample safety measure.

17) Is your company environmentally accountable?

Of course, we are an organization a business doesn't mean that we have the right to hamper surroundings. Our ecological record is better than some other trekking company in Nepal. In partnership with the Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) and the Dhaulagiri Association France.

18) Are the foods & water while trekking is salubrious?

While you are in the lodge and teahouses, your water and foods are protected. We serve only when it is hygienically available on the lodge. Furthermore, our guide is the cooks while you are on the lodge trek, they will checker the goods previous to get ready in the kitchen & create sure all are Okay. The majority of the cooks in the local teahouses are just trained, but experience has made them perfect. If the collection requires our well taught 5-star class cooks with the team even on the small house trek, we are more pleased to take with an extra cost. You will get boil water in the lodge, or you can purify with tablets and bottled preserved water in case of inadequate still, although we are aware of current ecological issues. On HGT's camp crew, we have an excellent mixture of Guides, Sherpa's, Cook Kitchen staff, and Porters. Guides and cook are technically, almost, and hypothetically well teach, whereas kitchen staffs and porter are nearly well trained. While on the camp trek, our best cooks prepare you with a variety of foods, which is hygienically ready. You will find out a very rare reappearance of food items on your whole trek period. As far as eating water is treated by boiling and water cleansing by medicine or with drinkable.

19) Can you promise me that your staff is in use of care for it?

Utilization of its workers is a frequently unnoticed and darker side of the Nepal tourism industry, and unluckily it's a grave issue. However, we have firmly dedicated to preserving the rights of trek workers, including guides, Sherpa's, porter, and cooking staff. We provide all our team with award-rate wages, cover, specialized equipment, development, and outstanding medical treatment. Also, we work in a company with the Himalayan Explores Connections and the Global Porter Protection Group (IPPG).

20) Electricity in Nepal

Inhabited electrical outlets in some countries counting the United States use 110-120 volts of electrical energy and accept concrete shaped plugs. Many other countries relying on Nepal use other voltages, 220-240 volts to power their appliance, as well as different plugs. If you try to plug an American machine such as a razor or hairdryer into an outlet of a different voltage, you may obliterate the device and cause physical injury. There are a few things you should know about other countries (here Nepal) previous to you travel.

21) What does grading mean?

"Grading" is a term used for score treks based on complexity. According to Himalayan Glacier's principles and knowledge, we have divided the trek into four types, namely Easy, reasonable, hard and tiring- the confront in terms of both detail and geography increase as we move senior in that order. Thus, Easy Treks can be suitable for all while exhausting and Difficult Treks are destined only for those who have specific knowledge and ability.

This can help you decide a trek or mount, particularly in the Himalayan Region, that most excellent suits your strength level and experience. Please keep in brain that this is a universal direct only. A variety of factors, counting climate, may put into the challenge.

Easy Treks

 No previous trek experience and any physical preparation are required to effort this trek. Such treks are not long and . Treks are well support roads and pass through ridges and engage walking up to 5 hours a day.

 Moderate Treks

 Moderate Treks are about at least 6-7 hours of walking each day, crossing 4000 meters above high elevation passes, and long and very tiring walks from side to side often rough trails, rocks, and boulders. Consequently, you will need bodily and mental fitness, positive approach and interests, and preceding hiking or camping experience is preferred. You should get ready to face high elevation.

 Difficult Treks

 Preceding trekking knowledge and technical facts are necessary for Difficult Treks. Besides on foot from side to side rough trails for 6-7 hours and crossing high passes as high as 5000 meters, you will also be glacier crossing on snow/ice. You will be opposite high altitude air with a low height of oxygen and continuous walking over enormous make better of Himalayan valleys. A positive approach and insistence are required.

 Exhausting Treks

 Exhausting Treks involve long days, extended hours of demanding walks, high altitude passes above 5000 meters, hard terrains and glacier, and snow walking. No hesitation, you need to be spiritually and physically fit and in outstanding health state. As part of technological supplies, you will require to have rock and ice climbing knowledge with information about the use of ice axes and crampons. You should think of joining one of the rock climbing and glacier walking classes before the name for the trek.

22) What to wear in Nepal?

Nepal has a wide variety of climates, so both light and warm clothes in casual and at ease styles. In the ton areas, warm woolen clothing is needed while at a lower altitude, cotton clothes are ideal. Bring any stuff, and you will forever be wearing to your comfort. If you miss any of your clothes, don't be anxious you can buy Nepalese clothes.

23) Are there ATM facilities in Nepal?

There are a lot of ATMs in the Kathmandu and Pokhara Valley. ATM equipment is slowly being introduced to an additional city like Bhuwtal and Dharan.

24) How to stay in good health when traveling to Nepal?

Before impending to Nepal, you are advised to take one or more vaccines and  you can be healthy throughout the journey. When you are in Nepal, eat methodically, not poisonous food. Drink only the supposed brand of bottled water, while on a trip, our business will offer to pour drinking water. Soft drinks like Coke, Pepsi are fine to drink. Avoid Fast foods and salads. If you are prepared to travel in June, July, August, and September, you may wedged by Cholera. But this will not be a great difficulty if you will go after our advice like not drinking impure water like tap water and avoid uncooked food. Wear a mask at what time walking in the dusty and polluted street, especially throughout the summer season in Nepal it can be harsh to walk on the roads. Many private clinics and hospitals are open throughout the day.

25) Is there some tourist police in Nepal?

Of course, there is a tourist police situated near the Nepal Tourism Development Board's Office. Also, there are grievance counters at the airport and Basantapur Durbar Square. Tourist police are mainly taught in English and have full local information to assist tourists. For security and travel-related help, you can reach any of the officers as of telephone 4-247041, 4-4268969 from 11 a.m to 5 p.m


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