IS NEPAL SAFE FOR TRAVEL ?

The entire traveler from the world knows that Nepal is the best destination for trekking but is it safe to travel Nepal?

Off-course, Nepal is a safe country to trek provided the basic rules are explore. When the trekking is being arranged by a reputed trekking agency, most of the contingencies will be handled by its staff. But when trekking alone, you may not have anyone to turn to for help. The possibilities of mobile phone and internet service is extremely limited in remote areas. Therefore, trekkers should either hire a good trekking agency or hire reliable guides if trekking in smaller groups.
The best way to evade risk will trek is by planning, playing by the rules and realize human limitations. In case of misfortune, a detailed message should be dispatched to a reliable organization or individual immediately for rescue operation. If communication facilities are unavailable, the normal first aid principle should be allowed till help arrives in your destination.

Some of the safety rules to abide by are:

1) Do not trek alone.
2) Do not display your cash or expensive items.
3) Keep belongings secure and within sight.
4) Make arrangements for handling emergency situations beforehand.
5) Register personal information and trekking plan details with the respective embassies.
6) By a travel insurance policy that covers helicopter rescue cost. Leave a copy of the details with the
agency in Kathmandu.
7) Choose only authorized government registered trekking agencies, guides and porters.

SAFETY  AND INSURANCE

Insurance: We recommend that you get insured before your arrival in Nepal. An insurance policy that covers accidents and emergency rescue services is a must for your safety. Emergency rescue services like ambulance and helicopter rescue charges if required can be arranged by us, although we will not bear the costs.

Altitude Sickness: Our itineraries have been designed to allow enough time for acclimatization. However, in case of altitude sickness, our guides will bring you to lower altitudes and give you a dose of Acetazolamide. Further treatment, if required must be covered by your insurance policy.

Note: Please send us a copy of your travel insurance plan before you arrive in Nepal and bring the original document with you. This will allow us to make plans for rescue arrangements in case of any emergencies.

Newly Open Trekking Area
  1. Mustang Teri La Pass Trek

    31 days Days / Grade: Hard
  2. Panchase Trek

    8 days Days / Grade: Easy
  3. Panch Pokhari Trek

    17 days Days / Grade: Medium
  4. Tsum Valley / Manaslu Trek

    23 Days / Grade: Medium
  5. Machhapuchhre Model Trek

    14 Days / Grade: Medium
  6. Nar – Phu Valley Trek

    24 Days / Grade: Hard

Fixed Departures