Nepal has basically two types of road transportation local and private where we mostly recommend you to use private transport with the green number plate which represents for tourist only. We have less road construction for a one way facility so roads are full of traffic where tourist transport are given more priority and are driven by a well experienced drivers. We advise you not to travel in the roof of vehicles in excitements, is an accidents takes a place the insurance don’t really cover this.
When you trek in the mountains there is high chance of getting altitude sickness. You better collect information about altitude sickness before you start trekking. High altitude sickness can happen to anybody – old or young, in a good shape or not. Being in hurry in the mountains of Nepal can be deadly. Your body can adjust to this altitude, but only if given enough time. You better carry a light weight because carrying a heavy pack can predispose some people to altitude illness. So we recommend you to give your loads to porters. If you find symptoms then you must descend down at any cost. The symptoms are totally different from one person to other. Sometimes you might feel headache, you may feel you need to throw up, your fingers may go slightly numb or you may start breathing heavy. If you have these kinds of symptoms you should stop at this height. Drinking lots of water can help you out. We highly recommend you not to take any pills to avoid headache or other illness because this has taken so many people to death.
All guests MUST HAVE, and arrive with, comprehensive travel insurance before you embark on the tour(s). This policy must include the cost of covering your medical expenses-including emergency repatriation- all activities taken on the tour, your personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. Our staff will need to see evidence of your travel insurance policy (with an emergency contact number) before you start your trip.
Nepal is a safe and friendly place: however we recommend that you check your individual countries latest travel information and advice before you travel there. Your travel insurance MUST cover you for all areas of your tour itinerary and activities.
The tour(s) are as much about connecting with local people as viewing wildlife. It is important to remember that what may be acceptable behavior, dress code and language in your own country, may not be appropriate in Nepal. You should be considerate of Nepal’s customs, traditions, religion and culture. It is better you dress modestly and respectfully especially when entering places of worship. English is widely spoken in the major towns but not necessarily elsewhere- especially among rural communities. Learning a few words of Nepali, particularly greetings, can make a huge difference. Buy locally made products which support local artisans and help keep traditional crafts alive.
We carry a first aid kit with the standard medicines prescribed by local and international doctors. We recommend that you consult your own personal doctor/physician at least 2 months before your trip to discuss the details of your visit. Protection against malaria, tetanus, typhoid is a MUST. In case of serious sickness or a casualty you will be speedily transferred to the nearest hospital. Your safety is paramount and as a responsible tour agency we do NOT take unnecessary risks. If you or your doctor/physician feel the need for any further information about your trip- then please consult us.
We provide you a highly qualified and trained leader who can manage your trip to be more wonderful. In order to match your requirement the leader will be selected officially. The other crew member who seems very helpful and polite will be there at your service at anytime. However in tourism crewmembers and porters hopes for your kind tips at the end of the services so we would like to recommend you to put on some tips to locate amazing smiles and thanks.