Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Nepal a safe destination for travelers?

    Nepal is generally considered a safe destination for travelers. Our representative and guide will ensure your safety throughout the trip. However, like any other country, it's important to exercise caution and follow local guidelines to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

  • What safety precautions should I take in Nepal?

    Some safety precautions include respecting local customs, drinking bottled or boiled water, using hand sanitizer, protecting yourself from the sun, and staying updated on weather conditions and potential travel advisories.

  • How can i apply for a visa?

    Visa can be obtained at arrival in Tribhuvan International airport:

    1) Once you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, proceed to the visa counter.
    2) Obtain a visa application form from the counter or fill it out online before arrival to save time.
    3) Complete the form and provide necessary details.
    4) Pay the visa fee in the designated currency (usually US dollars) at the airport's payment counter.
    5) Submit the application form, payment receipt, and your passport at the visa counter for processing.

  • What is Visa fees and Duration?

    Visa fees vary based on the type and duration of the visa. Tourist visas are generally available for:
    a) 15 Days – 30 USD
    b) 30 Days – 50 USD
    c) 90 Days – 125 USD

  • Do you provide Airport pick-up & drop-off?

    Certainly, we arrange airport transfers for your convenience. Additionally, we cater to your transfer needs to ensure a comfortable and secure journey as per your requirements.

  • Who will manage our trip?

    Throughout your journey, our representative will maintain regular communication with you. We also offer the option of experienced guides who can accompany you throughout the trip.

  • Do you arrange flights, hotel bookings and additional requirements?

    Indeed, we offer both domestic and international airline bookings, along with hotel reservations and all your transportation needs. Additionally, we provide local and multi-destination guides, as well as assistance with restaurant bookings.

  • What insurance do we require?

    It is advisable to obtain travel insurance from your home country and to ensure that you are well-informed about the coverage it provides.

  • Do we require a trekking permit?

    Certainly, a trekking permit is necessary for certain trekking areas in Nepal, with costs varying depending on the region. We handle all the permit arrangements to fulfill your trekking needs.

  • What type of clothing, gear or equipment do we require?

    Your need for additional gear will depend on your itinerary and travel destinations. For trekking, there's a specific list of requirements including hiking boots, gaiters, and bags, among others. Our representative will furnish you with a comprehensive gear list tailored to your specific itinerary.

  • How is tipping culture in Nepal?

    In Nepal, tipping is not mandatory, but it holds a special place in the hearts of the local people, especially those in the service industry. If you wish to make a respectful gesture to your guide and drivers, we recommend our standard practice of $10 per day per person.

    However, it's important to note that tipping is entirely voluntary and should come from a genuine desire to show your appreciation. Remember, your presence and engagement with Nepal's rich culture and warm-hearted people are already valued immensely. Tipping, if you decide to partake, is just an extra way to express your gratitude.