travel info

  • Health

    Kathmandu has the best health facilities in the country, but standards at clinics and hospitals decline the further you get from the capital. In mountainous areas, there may be no health facilities at all. Trekkers who become unwell in the mountains are generally evacuated to Kathmandu, or overseas in the event of something really serious. Always take out travel insurance to cover the costs of hospital treatment and emergency evacuations.

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  • Entry and Exist (Visa)

    Nepal makes things easy for foreign travellers. Visas are available on arrival at the international airport in Kathmandu and at all land border crossings that are open to foreigners, as long as you have passport photos to hand and can pay the visa fee in foreign currency (some crossings insist on payment in US dollars). Your passport must be valid for at least six months and you will need a whole free page for your visa.

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  • Flights

    Flying from Canada, you can go east or west around the globe. Fares from Vancouver through Asia tend to be slightly cheaper than flights from Toronto via Europe or the Gulf. Jet Airways offers a convenient single-airline route from Toronto through Brussels to Delhi and on to Kathmandu.

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  • Money and Cost

    The Nepali rupee (Rs) is divided into 100 paisa (p). There are coins for denominations of one, two, five and 10 rupees, and banknotes in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees. Since the abolition of the monarchy in 2008, images of Mt Everest have replaced the king on all banknotes.

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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