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Trekking and Travel guide in Nepal

            An experience guide in Nepal

Frequently Asked Questions

- Flexible trip dates and group size
- Quality accommodations per client’s requirement
- Quality services at Low Price with Great value
- Safe & Comfortable Holiday
- The personal differences
- Complete Hassle free Services
- Flexibility in all programs
- Professional, Experienced, Experts & Dedicated Staffs
- Responsible & Eco- Tourism
- Providing support to the local community

The best time to visit Nepal is between September to mid of December and February to May.

Credit card facility is available only in some major cities. So in other remaining places almost every transaction is made in cash.

Yes, now a day’s some places you can get ATM facilities not everywhere.

Depends on the trek like:-Tea house trekking 15 to 20 kg and Camping trek 20 to 30 kg which is legal weight limits for porters.

Yes all our working staff are insured.

I have been serving in this field since 1998. I am government registered trekking Guide.

Yes, all foreign nationals, except Indian Citizens, need visas to enter Nepal.

You need a valid passport, two passport size photos and US$ 30.

Hygiene when trekking generally has improved considerably over the last ten years; my team have the local knowledge to choose the lodges which maintain a high standard of hygiene. All meals are prepared to high standards, fruit and vegetables are soaked in iodine before preparation. Most lodges serve boiled and filtered water, which is generally safe, we suggest a drop of iodine to be totally sure. And as well as it is possible to buy of bottled

If you decide to hire me and my service I will be expecting your passport copy and some advance for booking.

Yes, the government of Nepal requires a trekking normal permit for Everest, Annapurna, & Langtang. However special permits are required for some Regions like”- Dolpa,Upper Mustang ,Nar-Phu,Manaslu etc…

Travel insurance is compulsory for all Clients undertaking any tour. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage.

There will be no refunds if a passenger leaves a trip for any reason whatever, either voluntarily or involuntarily, after it has begun.

You don’t need to panic about your transition from air port to your hotel. We will be waiting your arrival with a play card on our hand containing your name.

When you prepare to trek, we assume that you are physically fit. But there is no any measure for the relative degree of fitness. All you require is to keep yourself physically fit, cool, calm and composed with the mental frame prepared to face every kind of obstacles coming your way.

Trekking is directly correlated with Climatic and seasonal conditions. The ideal time to trek between October to mid December and mid February to mid June. Trekking during monsoon period (June to August) is not so meaningful. Weather in the mountainous region is dynamic and cannot be predicted accurately. Nights are generally cooler than days. Its chilling cold in winter (January and February) but the weather is warm and beautiful if the sun is shining. There will be some snow fall in December, January and February. Temperature range in these regions varies quite considerably from 20 deg C to -15 deg C.

You can get this facility in your hotel reception upon paying some additional service charges. But you have to carry all other equipments like chargers, adaptors, etc.

It all depends upon your spending habits. Generally in Kathmandu and Pokhara u can allocate $8-10 for every lunch/dinner. And $8-10 is adequate to buy other things such as drinks, chocolate, cigarette, etc.

It’s not compulsory and also something which cannot be spoken freely about. But tipping the guides and porters has been observed ranging from $10-$1000. It clearly speaks about the gratitude shown by the trekkers for their guides and porter for their invaluable work.

• A valid passport that should be valid for at least six months after returning from the tour and its photocopy
• Travel insurance with its photocopy
• Cash and traveler’s cheque, keep numbers and proof of purchase separate
• Flight tickets
• Contact no for emergency for T/C’s, banks, insurance and family.

• No vaccinations are compulsory in Himalaya, but we do recommend you are covered for *diphtheria & TB, hepatitis A, *hepatitis B, *malaria, typhoid, polio and tetanus.

• We also recommend:
- A dental check-up prior to travelling.
- That you know your blood group in case of emergency.

• That if you have any pre-existing medical conditions which might affect you on tour, you make these known to your tour leader and Broad Adventure at the time of your booking.

Meningitis: Recommended. Consult your physician.
Malaria: Nepal was declared malaria free country in the year 1976AD. Kathmandu is above the zone of malaria, but if you plan on traveling to lower elevations in Nepal before/after the trip then malaria chemoprophylaxis is highly recommended.

Consult your physician and visit the travel clinic at a major University Hospital or your local Public Health Department for the most up to date info on travel requirements.

Note: Raj Nepal organize any other peaks in Nepal on clients request .
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