– Special Trekking permit in Nepal is required to visit Nepal’s restricted areas determined for trekking by the government.
If you plan to trek in two different areas, two trekking permits are required.
– As for new rules new trekking pass TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card is required for trekking in all major areas.
Kanchanjunga & Lower Dolpa:
US$ 10.00 per week per person
Upper Mustang & Upper Dolpa:
For 10 days : US$ 500.00
and after 10 days per day per person US$ 50.00
From Sept. to Nov. per week per person US$ 70.00 and Afer 7 days per day per person US$ 10.00
From Dec. to Aug. per week per person US$ 50.00 and after 7 days per day per person US$ 7.00
From Sept. to Nov : US$ 70.00 per week and after 7 days per day per person US$ 10.00
From Dec. to Aug : US$ 50.00 per week and after 7 days per day per person US$ 7.00
Chhekampar & Chunchet VDC (Sirdibas – Lokpa – Chumling – Chhekampar – Nile – Chhule Area):
From September to November US$ 35.00 per person for the first 8 days
From December to August US$ 25.00 per person for the first 8 days
Dolakpa District (Gauri Shankar & Lamabagar):
Per week per person US$ 10.00
Humla District (Simikot-Yari):
Areas of Limi and Muchu VDC, area way to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma VDC.
First 7 days : US$ 50.00 and After 7 days : US$ 7.00 per day per person
Notes: To get group trekking permit an application form with other relevant documents should be submitted through registered trekking agency of Nepal. Trekking fee can be paid in Nepalese currency Trekking Fee of other restricted areas imposed by Nepal government:
National Park fee
You need to pay a park fee of RS. 3000 to enter a National Park or wildlife reserve. The fee is payable at the park entrance. Trekkers going to the Annapurna Region, however, must pay a fee of RS. 2000 (RS 100 for SAARC nationals) which is payable only in Kathmandu or in Pokhara. The fee is utilised for environmental conservation and maintenance of the area.