Things to know and follow

These terms and conditions are applicable to all parties involved in a trekking experience: guides, staff, and travellers. This agreement outlines expectations for the achievement of the trekking experience, rules for the destination, souvenir shopping, health and safety, and COVID hygiene.

Achievement and Experience: For a company to design a perfect schedule and itineraries, experience is essential. At our company, we are fortunate to have Managing Director and leader Mr. Pema Tshiri Sherpa, who has a long history in the field of trekking. He started as a porter and has since then risen to lead our business. We can assure you that with Mr. Sherpa’s knowledge and leadership, we can provide you with an enjoyable trip in Nepal. He has the experience to be able to craft a perfect itinerary that meets your needs and provides you with the best possible experience. We are confident that our Managing Director will be able to deliver a schedule and itinerary that exceeds your expectations. All parties involved in the trekking experience are expected to cooperate in order to achieve the best possible outcome of the experience. Travelers should be aware of their physical limitations and communicate any health issues to the guide. Guides should be familiar with the trekking experience and provide travelers with the necessary information. Staff should maintain a safe environment and ensure the comfort of all travelers.

Destination Dos and Don’ts: Travelers are expected to abide by the rules of the destination. Activities such as feeding wildlife, smoking, and littering are strictly prohibited. Travelers should also be mindful of the local culture and respect the customs of the people living in the area. Visiting Nepal is an unforgettable experience, but it’s important to be aware of the local customs and laws when you’re there. Being conscious of the destination dos and don’ts is essential in order to have a great time in this beautiful country. By being conscious of these destination dos and don’ts, you can have a wonderful time in Nepal.

Souvenir Shopping: All travelers are encouraged to purchase souvenirs from local businesses to support the local economy. Travelers should also be aware of the laws and regulations regarding the purchase of certain items. When it comes to souvenir shopping, make sure to understand the laws and regulations of the country. For example, exporting historical and religious artifacts is prohibited, so it’s important to find out what items are allowed to be taken home. Some souvenirs, like crafts, are available in the local markets, but be aware that some of them may require official approval before they can be taken out of the country. It’s also important to be aware of the cultural and religious beliefs of Nepal, and respect them while you’re there. Dress modestly, especially when visiting temples and other religious sites, and be sure to ask for permission when you take photographs of people or locations.

Health and Safety: The health and safety of our travelers is always our top priority. Our staff and guides are trained in both mountaineering first aid and basic first aid, so that our travelers can explore with peace of mind. We have strict safety protocols and risk management procedures in place. We are committed to ensuring all of our travelers have the best experience possible, and that their health and safety is our utmost concern. We take all the necessary precautions to ensure our travelers are safe and secure. Our staff are highly trained, experienced, and well-equipped to handle any situation that may arise during their travels. We are committed to providing our travelers with the best possible experience and peace of mind while on their travels.

All parties involved in the trekking experience should prioritize health and safety. Travelers should take preventive measures to avoid altitude sickness and other physical ailments and communicate any health issues to the guide. Guides should be familiar with the local terrain and weather conditions and be prepared to address any medical issues that may arise.

COVID Hygiene: Before you travel to Kathmandu, it is important to prioritize your health and safety. Taking the necessary steps to ensure your physical and mental health and well-being is essential to making sure you are ready for your trip. Ensuring that you are following all proper hygiene protocols is critical in maintaining your safety. Without these precautions, it is impossible to make plans and move forward with your journey. Taking the time to make sure you are fit and healthy before traveling will help to ensure that your time in Kathmandu will be safe and enjoyable. Since 2019, the out-break of deadly virus (COVID) spread all over the world took many lives. In concern with the COVID, everyone should carry mask and sanitizer, perform PCR test before landing in Nepal and should be vaccinated. All parties involved in the trekking experience should take preventive measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. All travelers should maintain a safe distance from each other and wear masks at all times. Staff should be familiar with the local COVID-19 regulations and ensure that all travelers are following the regulations.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions, all parties involved in the trekking experience are acknowledging that they have read and understood the rules outlined in this document. All parties are expected to abide by these rules, and failure to do so may result in the termination of the trekking experience.

"Excellent trip despite not getting to go over Tilman pass. Ang Gombu and the porter team were all fantastic and the food was amazing. "

Graham Clarke, UK

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