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Introduction

An organization for adventurous and enjoyable activities in Nepal, dealing with, Hiking, Trekking, Climbing, Int’l / Domestic Air Ticketing, Hotel Reservation, Tibet Tour, Special Interest Tours, Sight Seeing, Jungle Adventure, White Water Rafting under one roof; fully aware of the potential our country has to offer the travelers in search of a new horizon. Another adventure, we endeavor to improve upon the rustic facilities of the remote without changing the pristine naturalness of the setting. We understand travelers and the country from our long experience in the tourism related field and the organization steered by a team of skilled managers and supported by competent and dedicated office personnel and mountain guides. We provide personalized service, delicious food during treks and the very high quality camping equipment.

As Nepal, being one of the mysterious kingdom of Sun & mist, of lush tropical forest, glistening peaks of snow covered mountains, green pattern of rice, paddies and ochre thatched huts in the world; always attracts hundreds of thousands of Tourists, Scholars, Researchers and Students every year. Looking upon the people of different interest on the past a group of well trained, well skilled and long experienced guides, group handlers, Sherpas, Cooks gathered themselves and decided to register this “Asia Journey Exclusive (P) Ltd.” on the Government. All the members of Asia Journey are trustworthy, loyal, friendly and helpful to guests whether walking about the Himalayan foothills, trekking on the mountains or scaling the mountain peaks, we take special care of these all. All the essential and sensible equipment for comfort like large tents, down sleeping bags/Jackets mattresses are always ready in stock to provide. The true Chef of the trail, our cook prepares up the wondrous buffet to enchant the hungry travelers. All of our guides assist the guests at every need during on the trail. All the travel and trekking related arrangements like Hotel Reservation, Sight Seeing Around the cities, Flight Tickets, Charter flights, Trekking, Peak Climbing, white water rafting, Adventure into the Jungle Safari are some of our highlighted activities. Beside these activities, we arrange special interest tour, Tibet Tour etc.

It will be our great pleasure to show this wonderful country and different region in a series of treks & tours, which have covered every inch by our staffs.

Our Services

Trekking
Hiking
Climbing
White Water Rafting
Jungle Adventure
Int’l / Domestic Air Ticketing
Sight Seeing
Tibet Tour
Hotel Reservation
Special Interest Tour etc.

As Nepal is a land of scenic grandeur and cultural diversity, trekking is the only way of knowing people and places intimately. A short trek will reveal picturesque hamlets surrounded by elaborate terraced fields and forested ridges. A longer trek may yield rich contrasts in people and culture from one elevation zone to another.

TREKKING EQUIPMENT’S

2 pairs of pants Gloves
2-3 T-shirts Sunglasses
Long sleeve shirts First aid kit (Hydrogen Peroxide, iodine, Band-Aids, tape, Aspirin, etc.)
Wool sweater Down sleeping bag
2-3 Pairs of socks Sunscreen, lip balm, etc.
2-3 Pairs of underwear Flashlight (extra batteries)
Sun hat Back pack
Jacket Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, soap, toilet paper, etc.)
Woolen hat Pocket knife, compass etc.
Woolen socks Camera & film
Rain poncho (summer) Walk man (extra batteries), books, games (cards, etc.)
Down Jacket (winter) Water bottle, purifier (iodine tablets, etc.)
Trekking boots Walking sticks Extra money
Camping shoes (sandals, slippers, etc.) Thermal wear (winter)
Swimming suit

TREKKING PEAK EQUIPMENT’S

All above mentioned Crampons
Harness Ice axe (1 per person)
Jumer Gaiters, Rope (Minimum 50 meters)
Boots (Complex) Mess kit
Figure 8 Down pants (water proof)
Carbine’s (2 per person) Thermal Gloves/Mittens
Dome Tents Cooking gas
Extra food for 1 to 3 days Water proof down Jacket

TREKKING & NATIONAL PARK PERMIT

A trekking permit is required to trek in any part of Nepal, if trekking is planned in certain areas; two trekking permits are needed to trek in these areas. Each trekking permit details and outlines the trekking route and region and it is necessary that trekkers do not devote from the prescribed routes and regional boundaries.
The Department of Immigration located at Kalika Marg, Kathmandu 44600 (Tel: 4429659) issues trekking permit for the tourists and National Park permits will be issued from Nepal Tourism Board, Pradarshani Marg, Kathmandu 44600 whoever will be intended to trek any part of the country. Trekking permit fees for specific region and National Park for different trekking areas have been fixed as follows:

TREKKING REGION TREKKING PERMIT NATIONAL PARK

Trekking Permit Fee Details

S.No.

Regions/VDCs

Permit Fee

1.

Upper Mustang
a Lomanthang Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5) b Lo-Ghekar Damodarkunda Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)
c Baragung Muktichetra Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 3 and Satang Village of ward no.5)

USD 500 per person (for the first 10 days)
USD 50 per person /Day ( beyond 10 days)

2.

Upper Dolpa
a Dolpo Buddha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 4 to 6) b Shey Phoksundo Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 7)
c Charka Tangsong Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6)

USD 500 per person (for the first 10 days)
USD 50 per person /Day ( beyond 10 days)

3.

Gorkha Manaslu Area
a Chumnubri Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 1,2,3 and 4)

September – November USD 100 per person / week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)
December – August
USD 75 per person / week USD 10 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

4.

Humla
a Simikot Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 1,6 and 7) b Namkha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6)
c Changkheli Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 3 to 5)

USD 50 per person / week USD 10 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

5.

Taplejung
a Phantanglung Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 6 and 7)
b Mikwakhola Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 5) c Sirijunga Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 8)

USD 20 per person/ week (for the first 4 weeks)
USD 25 per person /week ( beyond 4 weeks)

6.

Lower Dolpa Area

  1. a  Thulibheri municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 11)
  2. b  Tripurasundari municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 11)
  3. c  Dolpo Buddha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 3)
  4. d  Shey Phoksundo Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 8 and 9)
  5. e  Jagdulla Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6)
  6. f  Mudkechula Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 9)
  7. g  Kaike Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 7)

USD 20 per person/ week USD 5 per person /week ( beyond 1 week)

7.

Dolakha
a Gaurishankhar Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 9) b Bighu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1)

USD 20 per person/ week

8.

Gorkha Tsum Valley Area Sirdibas-Lokpa-Chumling-Chekampar-Nile-Chule
a Chumnubri Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 3,6 and 7)

September – November USD 40 per person / week USD 7 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

December – August
USD 30 per person / week USD 7 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

9.

Sankhuwasabha
a Bhotkhola Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5) b Makalu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 4)

USD 20 per person/ week (for the first 4 weeks)
USD 25 per person /week ( beyond 4 weeks)

10.

Solukhumbu
a Khumbu Pasang Lahmu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 5)

USD 20 per person/ week (for the first 4 weeks)
USD 25 per person /week ( beyond 4 weeks)

11.

Rasuwa
a Gosaikunda Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 and some area of ward no. 2)

USD 20 per person /week

12.

Manang
a Narpa Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)
b Nasho Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 6 and 7)

September – November USD 100 per person / week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)
December – August
USD 75 per person / week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

13.

Bajhang
a Saipal Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)

USD 90 per person / week for the first week
USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

14.

Mugu
a Mugumakarmarong Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 9)

USD 100 per person / week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

15.

Darchula
a Vyas Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1)

USD 90 per person / week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

PARK ENTRY FEES

Park entry permit must be obtained to enter protected areas. Park entry fees may be paid at Tourist Service Center, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu, or at the entry point. Please refer to the table below for details about payment. Please note that the information below is as per the information provided by the concerned department.

SN.

National Parks/ Wildlife Reserve/ Conservation Areas

Nepali

SAARC

Foreigners

Child discount

National Parks that are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites (Natural)

1

Chitwan National Park

NRs. 150 per person per entry

NRs. 1,000 per person per entry

NRs. 2,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

2

Sagarmatha National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

Other National Parks

3

Banke National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 750 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

4

Bardia National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 750 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

5

Khaptad National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 500 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

6

Langtang National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

7

Makalu-Barun National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

8

Parsa National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 750 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

9

Rara National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

10

Shey-Phoksundo National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

11

Shivapuri- Nagarjun National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 600 per person per entry

NRs. 1,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

12

Shuklaphanta National Park

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 750 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

Wildlife Reserve

13

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 750 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

Conservation Areas

14

Api Nampa Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 500 per person per entry

NRs. 2,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

15

Annapurna Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,000 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

16

Blackbuck Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 500 per person per entry

NRs. 2,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

17

Gaurishanker Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,000 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

18

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 500 per person per entry

NRs. 2,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

19

Manaslu Conservation Area

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,000 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

Hunting Reserve

20

Dhorpatan

NRs. 100 per person per entry

NRs. 1,500 per person per entry

NRs. 3,000 per person per entry

Below 10 yrs free

TIMS

Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) has been implemented jointly by Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN) to ensure safety and security of trekkers and to control illegal trekking operations.

Trekking companies will be asked to furnish personal information of trekkers like their passport numbers, nationality and their contact address and their itinerary. The data will be uploaded in visitors’ database which can be accessed in case of accidents and/or natural calamities in order to inform the concerned institutions about the number of trekkers inside a certain trekking area.

TIMS cards should be collected by both Free Individual Trekkers (FITs) and trekkers taking the service of government authorized trekking agencies.

Past experiences have revealed that difficulties were seen while carrying out rescue operations during times of accidents and natural calamities. Due to the lack of proper record system of trekkers, rescue and search missions used to face difficulties in spotting the missing trekkers. Based on the data collected through TIMS cards, however, it will be possible to know the position of a trekker in case a rescue operation is needed.

The provision of Trekkers’ Information Management System (TIMS) came into effect on January 1, 2008. Since then, the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) and Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) started recording trekkers’ details and began issuing TIMS Card to trekkers.

As per the recent MoU signed by NTB and TAAN, TIMS card is applicable in all trekking areas of the country including restricted areas.

Group trekkers will have to pay

Blue TIMS cards by paying a fee of Rs 1,000 per person, while FITs have to get Green TIMS cards by paying a fee of Rs 2,000. Similarly,

group trekkers from SAARC countries have to pay Rs 300 for TIMS cards, while FITs from the SAARC region have to pay Rs 600 each.

Introduction to Mountaineering Adventure

For the more adventurous traveler there are 18 minor peaks open alpine climbing under Nepal Mountaineering Association. The climbing of these peak is controlled under the rules and regulation formulated by this association. Detailed information and application for climbing permits are available from the Association’s office or contact your trekking agency in Kathmandu. It should be noted that in most cases the climbing of these minor peaks (Trekking Peaks) require snow and ice climbing experience. Trekking Agents provide qualified and trained climbing guides to take non-climbers for convenience, safety and expected successes. By Himalayan standards these are considered minor peaks, but in fact some of them provide relative challenging snow and ice climbing of high standard, and more so in winter. The royalty for these peaks ranges from U.S. $ 150.00 to U. S $ 300.00 depending on the particular peak for up to 10 member climbing team.

Peaks currently open for Trekking and other Groups are as Follows:

Royalty for Foreign climbers (per person in US dollar) Group ‘A’ Peaks

S.N

Name of the peak

Region

Height

Permit Fee (In US dollars)

Spring

Autumn

Winter

Summer

(March-April- May)

(Sept-Oct-Nov)

(Dec-Jan-Feb)

(June-July-Aug)

1

Cholatse

Khumbu

6423m

250

125

70

70

2

Kyazo Ri

Mahalangur

6151m

250

125

70

70

3

Phari Lapcha

Mahalangur

6159m

250

125

70

70

4

Nirekha

Mahalangur

6169m

250

125

70

70

5

Langsisa Ri

Jugal

6412m

250

125

70

70

6

Obmigaichen

Mahalangur

6340m

250

125

70

70

7

Bokta

Kanchenjunga

6114m

250

125

70

70

8

Chekigo

Gaurishankar

6121m

250

125

70

70

9

Lobuje West

Khumbu

6135m

250

125

70

70

10

Larkya Peak

Manaslu

6416m

250

125

70

70

11

ABI

Mahalangur

6043m

250

125

70

70

12

Yubra Himal

Langtang Himal

6048m

250

125

70

70

Group ‘B’ Peaks

S.N

Name of the peak

Region

Height (In Meters)

Permit Fee (In Nepali Rupees)

Spring

Autumn

Winter

Summer

(March-April- May)

(Sept-Oct- Nov)

(Dec-Jan- Feb)

(June-July- Aug)

1

Hiunchuli

Annapurna Himal

6423

250

125

70

70

2

Singhu Chuli (Fluted Peak)

Annapurna Himal

6501

400

200

100

100

3

Mera Peak

Khumbu Himal

6470

250

125

70

70

4

Kusum Kangru

Khumbu Himal

6360

250

125

70

70

5

Kwangde

Khumbu Himal

6011

250

125

70

70

6

Chulu West

Manang

6419

250

125

70

70

7

Chulu East

Manang

6584

400

200

100

100

8

Imja Tse(Island Peak)

Khumbu Himal

6160

250

125

70

70

9

Pharchamo

Rolwaling Himal

6187

250

125

70

70

10

Lobuje

Khumbu Hima

6119

250

125

70

70

11

Ramdung

Rolwaling Himal

5925

250

125

70

70

12

Pisang Peak

Manang

6091

250

125

70

70

13

Khongma Tse

Khumbu Himal

5849

250

125

70

70

14

Ganja-la Chuli

Langtang Himal

5844

250

125

70

70

15

Paldor Peak

Langtang Himal

5896

250

125

70

70

 

As per the decision of secretary-level dated 2014/4/29, the insurance amount for sardar, mountain guide and high altitude worker fund is fixed at Rs 15 lakhs. Similarly, medical insurance has been fixed at Rs 4 lakhs. Mountain heli-rescue of 10,000 USD is also required.

Note: Maximum number of members in a team is 15.
Garbage deposit to acquire climbing permit will be same i.e. USD 250. The refund shall be made as per the provisions of NMA.

Climbers will not have to pay any permit fee for following NMA peaks

S.N

Name of the Peak

Height

Region

1

Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak)

5695m

Annapurna Himal

2

Mardi Himal

5553m

Annapurna Himal

3

Yala Peak

5732m

Langtang Himal

4

Chhukung Ri

5833m

Mahalangur

5

Machhermo

5559m

Mahalangur

6

Pokhalde

5780m

Khumbu Himal