Nepal Heritage Tour

Trip Code

TTN-1231

Trip Type

Group

Difficulty Level

Easy

Accommodation

Hotel

Group Size

1-12

ALTITUDE

2,195 m/7,201 ft

Trip Highlights

  • Guided sightseeing tour to UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Nepal: Boudhanath, Pashupatinath Temple, Changunarayan Temple and Bhaktapur Durbar Square.
  • Nagarkot and Sarangkot, one of the best places to view sunrise over the Himalayas.
  • Explore Chitwan National Park, one of the best places to view wildlife in Asia.
  • Bird watching in Chitwan National Park.
  • Long and comfortable highway drives covering both the mountains and the plains.
  • Boating in the tranquil Phewa Lake.
  • Visit to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha.
  • Stop at Tansen of Palpa, an ancient town with a rich history.
  • Go to see Davis Falls, Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave, Bindhyabasini, Seti River Gorges, and Tibetan Refugee Camp at Pokhara.

Trip Overview

Nepal Heritage Tour is a perfect trip for those who want to immerse in Nepali culture, observe the giant Himalayas and see the best things Nepal has to offer to the world. It’s a cultural journey moving from one magnificent city to another, surrounded by Nepali hospitality and lost in the magic and mysteries of this Himalayan nation.

Nepal Heritage Tour starts in Kathmandu, the capital city with a rich history stretching over thousands of years back. Here you will be guided to World Heritage Sites which are one of the oldest shrines in Nepal. Soak in the wonders of Pashupatinath Temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Changunarayan Temple and Bhaktapur Durbar Square. Afterwards, move to Nagarkot, one of the famous hill stations. In the morning, you will be rewarded with a spectacular sunrise over a broad range of Himalayan mountains.

The heritage tour moves outside the Kathmandu valley. Your first stop is Chitwan which has one of the best wildlife parks in Asia. If you are lucky, you will be able to spot a royal Bengal tiger. Then, the journey takes you to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha. The trip moves from the plains towards the mountains with a stop at Palpa; it was a medieval kingdom before being unified into Nepal.

You will finally arrive at Pokhara, the most beautiful city in Nepal. Here you can go boating on the tranquil Phewa Lake, look up towards the mighty Annapurnas which are closer than anywhere in your trip, visit Sarangkot which is another hill station famous for its sunrise over the Himalayas and explore sites of religious and historical importance.

Your tour ends with an amazing Nepali dinner. You will get to observe cultural performances and also take part in them. On the next day, you will be dropped off at the airport in our comfortable tourist vehicle.

Come and join us on the Nepal Heritage Tour to make unforgettable memories.

  • Detail Itinerary
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Detail Itinerary

  • Day 01

    Arrive in Kathmandu

    Namaste! Welcome to Nepal. Once you are outside the airport terminal, please look for a "Trekking to Nepal" signboard. It will be our airport representative who will be holding it. You'll then be transferred to the hotel in our private tourist vehicle.

    Overnight at a hotel. No meals included.

  • Day 02

    Guided Sightseeing and Drive to Nagarkot

    Today there will be a city tour and after that we will drive to Nagarkot where we will spend the night. Around 8:30 AM, our authorized city tour guide will come to the hotel to pick you up. You will have a private tourist vehicle along with a professional driver.

    Pashupatinath Temple is one of the oldest Hindu temples in Kathmandu. It's dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the main gods of Hinduism. Built in the 5th century, this important Shiva temple pulls religious devotees from all over the Indian subcontinent, especially on Shivaratri, the Great Night of Shiva. Located on the banks of Bagmati River, the temple was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1979.

    Boudhanath is one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world. Added into the list of World Heritage Sites in 1979, it attracts devotees and non-religious alike where they go round the stupa. It's one of the rituals undertaken by the locals, especially in the morning and the evening. Built in the 5th century, today there are many monasteries surrounding the stupa and preaching the teachings of Buddha.

    Changunarayan Temple, located at a hilltop overlooking the Kathmandu valley, is the oldest temple in Nepal. Lord Visnu, one of the major gods of Hinduism, is worshipped here. The two-tiered pagoda style temple is a World Heritage Site. According to the legends, the temple got its name after a Kashmiri princess who got married to a prince of Bhaktapur.

    Bhaktapur Durbar Square, located in the eastern part of the Kathmandu valley, was the palace of medieval Bhaktapur Kingdom. Today it is one of the best-preserved places in Nepal. A living museum with no equal can be found in Nepal. The main attractions of this World Heritage Site are Palace of 55 Windows, Statue of Bhupatindra Malla, Nyatapola Temple, Golden Gate, Lion's Gate and Mini Pashupatinath Temple.

    Once the tour is over, you will be transferred to the hill station Nagarkot.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

  • Day 03

    Nagarkot Sunrise and Drive to Chitwan

    Duration: 7 hours

    Wake up and come out to the balcony of your room. You will be rewarded with one of the magnificent sunrise views over a broad Himalayan range. This is the main attraction of Nagarkot, a place visited by both commoners and the former Nepali royal family.

    After a hot and tasty breakfast, it’s time to leave Nagarkot and start towards Chitwan which you will go to by passing through Kathmandu. After a seven-hour drive in our private tourist vehicle, you will reach the destination.

    After arriving at Chitwan, check into the resort and relax. The resort's guest relations officer will brief you about the activities and such. Afterwards, go for a village tour.

    Overnight at a resort. Breakfast and lunch included.

  • Day 04

    Wildlife Activities in Chitwan National Park

    Chitwan National Park, a World Heritage Site, is the first national park of Nepal. It has 68 species of mammals, 544 species of birds and 126 species of fish. The park is mostly known for one-horned rhino, gharial crocodile and royal bengal tiger. You can see the first two but luck has to be on your side to see the wild tiger. The park is considered to be one of the best wildlife-viewing places in Asia.

    Today, you will be taken inside the park for activities. You will engage in a jeep safari/jungle walk, canoe ride and visit an elephant breeding center. You will get opportunities to observe a great variety of plants and animals. In the evening, at the resort, there will be a Tharu cultural program.

    Overnight at a resort. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included.

  • Day 05

    Drive to Lumbini

    Duration: 4 hours 

    There will be 1 activity in the morning. It is birdwatching where you will get to observe many species of birds in the park.

    Once you return to the resort, get ready to depart for Lumbini. A 4-hour drive will transfer you to the birthplace of Buddha.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

  • Day 06

    Half-day Guided Sightseeing in Lumbini and Drive to Palpa

    Duration: 3 hours

    First, there will be a guided tour of Lumbini, and then, take a drive towards the mountains for overnight stay.

    Lumbini is where Queen Mahamayadevi gave birth to Siddhartha Gautam who goes on to become Buddha. Today, Lumbini is the most important Buddhist pilgrimage site. It is marked as a World Heritage Site. During the tour, you will see Mayadevi Temple, Holy Pond, Ashoka Pillar, World Peace Pagoda and various modern monasteries made by different countries.

    After the tour is over, it's time to take a drive to Palpa in our private tourist vehicle.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

  • Day 07

    Sightseeing around Palpa and Drive to Pokhara

    Duration: 5-6 hours

    In Palpa, we will stay in its administrative headquarter Tansen. It's a small hill town which has a rich history. It was the capital of the medieval Magar kingdom. Then, Newar people from the Kathmandu valley arrived at the town for trade and brought their art and architecture. After exploring the town, it will be time to head to Pokhara.

    In about five to six hours, you will reach Pokhara, the most beautiful city of Nepal.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

  • Day 08

    Sarangkot Sunrise View & Guided Pokhara Sightseeing

    Early in the morning, take a drive to Sarangkot. This popular hill station offers one of the best sunrise views. You will get to see the golden rays of the sun lighting up the white Himalayan mountains. A scene of dark mountains picking up the glow is majestic.

    After spending some time at Sarangkot, you will return to your hotel where a hot breakfast will be waiting for you. Then it will be time for the city sightseeing with an authorized English-speaking city guide.

    These are the sites that will be covered in the tour:

    Bindhyabasini Temple is located in Old Pokhara. It is said that the temple was established by a medieval king who brought the deity from Uttar Pradesh, India. Goddess Bhagwati is worshipped in the temple.

    Davis Fall is a popular tourist site in Pokhara. The water from Phewa Lake forms this waterfall and passes through Gupteshwor Cave which is the next site to visit. The waterfall got its name after an accident in 1961 when a Swiss woman fell here and died. The Nepali name for the waterfall is Patale Chhango.

    Gupteshwor Cave is one of the famous caves of Nepal. The water from Davis Fall passes through this cave. It is also a religious site dedicated to Lord Shiva as well as other Hindu gods. It is said that the locals discovered the cave in the 16th century and found statues of Gods.

    Phewa Lake and Barahi Temple are the main attractions of Pokhara. Phewa is the most popular lake in all of Nepal drawing both domestic and internal crowds. It's tranquil, large and reflects the mighty Himalayas in its water. There is Barahi Temple on the lake's small island. It's a pagoda temple dedicated to Goddess Durga.

    Seti River Gorge is a mysterious gorge carved by the Seti River which passes through Pokhara. It is a perfect place to watch the gushing water of the Seti River and amaze at how the water disappears.

    Tibetan Refugee Camp (Tashi Ling), located near Davis Fall, is where you can meet the Tibetans in Nepal. You can find handicraft, carpets, statues, paintings, etc here which you can take back to your home country to remember your trip to Nepal.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast included.

  • Day 09

    Drive to Kathmandu

    Duration: 6 hours

    After breakfast, take a drive back to Kathmandu.

    At the end of the day, there will be a farewell dinner in Nepali restaurant with a cultural performance.

    Overnight at a hotel. Breakfast and farewell dinner included.

  • Day 10

    Transfer to the International Airport for Your Final Departure

    The trip ends today. About 3 hours before your flight time, you will be picked up from the hotel and taken to the airport.

    Breakfast included.

Price & Departures

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The price of this trip per person for the Small Group Journey is listed below. There is also the option of private and tailor made journey which can be suitable for you, your family and friends. Discounts is also available which is directly subjected to the increase with the number of people in your group. Hence, bigger the group, better the discount. Therefore, group bookings are highly encouraged.

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Price Includes
  • Twin-sharing accommodation at a three-star hotel in Kathmandu (2 nights), Nagarkot (1 night), Lumbini (1 night), Palpa (1 night) and Pokhara (2 nights) including breakfast in each hotel.
  • Twin-sharing accommodation at a three-star resort in Chitwan (2 nights) including the activities inside the national park. Breakfast, lunch and dinner at the resort are included.
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu, Lumbini, Palpa and Pokhara with an authorized English-speaking guide.
  • All sightseeing fees to enter the sites mentioned in the itinerary.
  • All ground transfer throughout the trip in a private tourist vehicle. Car, van or bus depending upon the group size.
  • Farewell dinner in a Nepali restaurant with cultural performances on the second last day.
  • An experienced English-speaking tour coordinator to take you outside Kathmandu city.
  • Airport and Hotel pick up and drop off with our private vehicle.
  • All costs of staff which includes food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipments and medicines.
  • Trekking to Nepal’s duffel/kit bag and sun hat are yours to take.
  • All local and government taxes.
  • Official expenses.
Price Doesn't Include
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Lumbini, Palpa and Pokhara.
  • International airfare and airport departure tax.
  • Nepal entry visa. (You can obtain the visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Tourist Visa with Multiple Entries for 15/30/90 days can be obtained by paying USD 30/50/125 or equivalent foreign currency respectively.
  • Travel insurance which covers emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation (See the travel insurance page.)
  • Alcoholic beverages, hot and cold drinks.
  • Personal trekking equipment (Click on the Equipment tab).
  • Tips/gratuity for trekking staff and driver (Tipping is expected.)
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the “Price Includes” section

FAQs

    Arrival and Visas

    Expenditure and Travel

    • How much spending money do I need for the Nepal Heritage Tour 10 days?

      Our Nepal Heritage Tour 10 Days includes accommodation, a few limited meals, permits and other official expenses. (Please see price includes and excludes for more detail). Besides, other expenses depend on your spending habits. In general, you can spend USD 10-15 per person for lunch and dinner in Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Lumbini, Palpa and Pokhara. A USD 10-20 is sufficient to buy bottled water, snacks, chocolate bars, hot and cold drinks, and showers during the journey.

    • Do we book our own international flights to and from Nepal?

      Yes. You should book your own international flights to and from Nepal.

    • Can I use credit cards in the places I visit?

      All the cities you will visit on this trip accept credit cards, especially hotels and restaurants. But not all shops and lunch stop restaurants do. So, we highly recommend you to convert some money into Nepalese Rupees or withdraw money from ATMs in Kathmandu or Pokhara. Also, note that money exchange does not accept credit cards in Nepal.

    Preparation and Fitness Level

    What kind of accommodation can I expect on this trip?

    • What immunizations will I need?

      Vaccinations are not mandatory for this trip. Still, we recommend you are vaccinated against diphtheria TB, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, *malaria, typhoid, polio and tetanus for your safety. We suggest a dental check up prior to the trek and be aware of your blood group type. Likewise, if you have any pre-existing medical conditions we recommend you to inform us while booking the trip.

    • Are there any means of communication and internet access?

      Yes. You can easily get a local sim. And all the hotels and restaurants have Wi-Fi which will help you get connected to the Internet and to your family and friends.

    Food and Drinking Water

    • Are Trekking to Nepal staff insured?

      Yes, all Trekking to Nepal staff are insured that includes trekking guides, cooks, Sherpa and porters.

    • Do I need to tip my guide and porter? How much would that be?

      Well, tips/gratuity is customary in Nepal and highly appreciated. Moreover, it’s personal and a great way to show admiration for all those members involved in the trek, their hard work and devotion to make your journey a pleasant one. We have seen our previous clients tipping from USD 20 – USD 1000 per person for trekking crews. In general, we suggest to spend at least 10% of the cost of the trek for tipping guides and porters.

    • All your departure is guaranteed to run?

      Yes, all our trips are guaranteed to run. We never cancel the trip due to not having enough participants. Also, we make arrangements for one person and a private trip as well. You can make inquiries while booking the trip.

    Transportation

    Season, Weather and Temperatures

    • What is the best time to do this trip?

      It’s a year-round trip. You can choose any month to do this trip. However, we have monsoon in July and August. The heavy rains in these months can hugely affect your trip, so we recommend you to avoid them.

    • What is the weather and the temperature like?

      It will depend on the time you’re doing this trip. In spring & summer (from March to June), the average temperature is around 25°C during the day. The weather is warm and suitable for travelling. In autumn (from September to December), the average temperature is around 20°C. It will after the monsoon ends, so the weather gets colder as days pass by. As for winter (from December to February), the temperature fluctuates from 4°C at night to 22°C at day.

    Health and Safety

    • What immunizations will I need?

      Vaccinations are not mandatory for this trip. Still, we recommend you are vaccinated against diphtheria TB, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, *malaria, typhoid, polio and tetanus for your safety. We suggest a dental check up prior to the trek and be aware of your blood group type. Likewise, if you have any pre-existing medical conditions we recommend you to inform us while booking the trip.

    • If I am sick, can I continue the trip the next day after a day's rest?

      Well, it depends on your sickness level. You should talk with your guide as well as our office about your health and take necessary measures. Depending upon your situation, we will decide whether to continue or stop the trip. Your health matters more.

    Guides

    • Are Trekking to Nepal staff insured?

      Yes, all Trekking to Nepal staff are insured that includes trekking guides, cooks, Sherpa and porters.

    • Do I need to tip my guide and porter? How much would that be?

      Well, tips/gratuity is customary in Nepal and highly appreciated. Moreover, it’s personal and a great way to show admiration for all those members involved in the trek, their hard work and devotion to make your journey a pleasant one. We have seen our previous clients tipping from USD 20 – USD 1000 per person for trekking crews. In general, we suggest to spend at least 10% of the cost of the trek for tipping guides and porters.

    Trip Departure Extension

    • All your departure is guaranteed to run?

      Yes, all our trips are guaranteed to run. We never cancel the trip due to not having enough participants. Also, we make arrangements for one person and a private trip as well. You can make inquiries while booking the trip.

    • I would like to extend my holiday, any recommendations?

      Yes. There are so many options and choices available to extend your holiday before or after the trek. Please visit our website for more information about treks and tours in Nepal, India, Bhutan and Tibet.

    • Can I add extra days to my trip?

      Certainly, you can add extra days during the trip. You need to pay an extra cost that includes additional cost to cover food, accommodation and guides. This option is more convenient and feasible for a private trip. On the other hand, if you are on a group trip, this option is often limited and should be arranged properly. So, we highly encourage you to ask us in advance or talk with your guide or group member so that we do our best to manage it accordingly.

Equipment Lists

The following gives you a general idea of clothing and stuff that you should bring for the Nepal Heritage Tour.

Packing suggestions:

  • A complimentary “Trekking to Nepal” duffel bag is provided that you can keep yourself. You can leave the rest of your luggage in the locker facility available at the hotel in Kathmandu.
  • We suggest you pack your clothes in ziplock bags to protect them from rain and moisture. Ensure that you have a waterproof cover in your backpack that you use to carry essential items such as money, cameras, toiletries just to name a few.
  • Daypack which you can carry when sightseeing during the day.
  • Hat that can cover your ears (if your trip is in December, January and February).
  • Sunglasses.
  • Muffler or neck warmer (if your trip is in December, January and February).
  • Gloves for mornings and evenings (if your trip is in December, January and February).
  • T-shirts.
  • Waterproof/windproof jacket (if your trip is in pre-monsoon and monsoon months from May to August).
  • Pants and shorts.
  • Lightweight thermals (if your trip is in December, January and February).
  • Socks.
  • Shoes or sneakers.
  • Sandals usually needed when walking in and around the hotel.

Other essential important items

  • Passport and extra passport photos (3 copies)
  • Airline tickets (Please make a copy and leave one at our office in KTM just in case if you need to change the date of yours)
  • Durable wallet/pouch for travel documents, money & passport
  • Water bottle/bladder
  • Water purification Iodine tablets
  • Toiletries (Include toilet paper, wet wipes, and liquid hand sanitizer, towel, soap)

Medicines and First Aid Kit

Please Note: Our guide will bring the first-aid kit bag during the trek. However we still recommend you to bring personal medical kit.

  • Extra Strength Excedrin for altitude related headaches
  • Ibuprofen for general aches and pains
  • Immodium or Pepto bismol capsules for upset stomach or diarrhea
  • Diamox (commonly prescribed as Acetazolamide) 125 or 250mg tablets for altitude sickness
  • Anti-infection ointments
  • Band-aids
  • Lip balm (At least SPF 20)
  • Sunscreen (SPF 40)

Terms and Conditions

Trekking to Nepal is owned and operated by Ace the Himalaya, a reputed trekking and tour company based in Kathmandu, Nepal.

These booking terms and conditions mentioned here establish a legally binding contract between Ace the Himalaya and you (Client) for our services. Please read our terms and conditions carefully prior to booking a trip with us.

Bookings (Nepal and India Trips)

You can process a booking via our website, our third-party websites or email us at info@trekkingtonepal.com.

Our trip prices are in USD. If you are booking the trip with us and making payment in your local currency, then the same day exchange rate set by Nepal’s Central Bank is applicable when converting your local currency into USD.

  • You should provide us a completed booking form, a copy of your passport along with a 30% deposit of the total trip cost.
  • THE 30% DEPOSIT IS NONREFUNDABLE.
  • For Nepal trips, the remaining amount can be paid in USD/Credit card on your arrival day or pre-trip meeting at our office or hotel.
  • While for an India trip, the remaining balance should be paid in USD by bank transfer or Credit card at least 20 days prior to the trip departure date.

Bookings (Bhutan and Tibet Trips)

  • You should provide us a completed booking form, a copy of your passport along with a 50% deposit of the total trip cost.
  • THE 50% DEPOSIT IS NONREFUNDABLE.
  • The remaining balance should be paid in USD/Credit card a minimum of 20 days before the trip departure date.

Last Minute Booking

  • For Nepal and India trips, we accept the last minute booking 10 days prior to the trip departure date, only if we have space available for the trip and full payment is then required.
  • For Bhutan and Tibet trips, we will accept your last minute booking 20 days prior to the tour departure date; full payment is then required.

Payment Method (Applicable for all trips)

You can pay via wire transfer or credit card payment.

Swift/ Wire Transfer in USD
Account number:  01901576560029
Bank Name: Himalayan Bank Limited
Bank Address: KSK Building Tridevi Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Bank P.O. Box: 20590
Phone: 00977-1-4227749, 450201
Fax: 00977-1-4222800
Telex No:  2789 HIBA NP
SWIFT:  HIMANPKA
Account Holder Name:  Ace the Himalaya Trekking Pvt Ltd

Swift/ Wire Transfer in NPR
Account number:  01901576560018
Bank Name: Himalayan Bank Limited
Bank Address: KSK Building Tridevi Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Bank P.O. Box: 20590
Phone: 00977-1-4227749, 450201
Fax: 00977-1-4222800
Telex No:  2789 HIBA NP
SWIFT:  HIMANPKA
Account Holder Name:  Ace the Himalaya Trekking Pvt Ltd

Note: We are not liable for the bank transaction fee and should be paid by the customer.

Credit Card Payment

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express Card, and a 3.5% levy will be added as a card processing fee. We are not liable for those 3.5% bank transaction fee and is not affiliated with the total cost of the trip.

For secure and quick payment by credit card, you can fill up our direct payment form.

Cancellation and Refund Policy (Nepal and India Trips)

  • You should provide us a valid written notice via email a minimum of 20 days prior to the trip departure date. Cancellation is valid with approval only after receiving the notice.
  • Cancellation of the trip 20 days prior to the trip departure date, then 30% of the trip amount would be deducted from the advance paid and the remaining amount after the deduction would be refunded.
  • Cancellation of the trip made less than 20 days notice prior to the trip departure date, there will be a 100% charge applicable (no refund policy). If you cancel the trip and need to submit a claim to your insurance company, we can help with the supporting documentation such as a receipt for monies paid.

Cancellation and Refund Policy (Bhutan and Tibet Trips)

  • You should provide us a valid written notice via email a minimum of 30 days prior to the trip departure date. Cancellation is valid with approval only after receiving the notice.
  • Cancellation of the trip 30 days prior to the trip departure date, then 50% of the trip amount would be deducted from the advance paid and the remaining amount after the deduction would be refunded.
  • Cancellation of the trip made less than 30 days notice prior to the trip departure date, there will be a 100% charge applicable (no refund policy). If you cancel the trip and need to submit a claim to your insurance company, we can help with the supporting documentation such as a receipt for monies paid.

Reschedule the Trip (Nepal, India and Bhutan)

  • You should provide us with written notice including reasons that make you unable to travel via email 20 days prior to the trip departure date. If you are preponing the trip, you should notify us in writing 20 days prior to your new departure date.
  • A FEE OF USD 200 PER PERSON WILL BE CHARGED IF YOU POSTPONE OR PREPONE OR TRANSFER YOUR TRIP TO ANOTHER PERSON NO LESS THAN 20 DAYS PRIOR TO THE TRIP DEPARTURE DATE. THE CLIENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO FIND ANOTHER PERSON FOR TRANSFERRING HIS/HER TRIP.

Reschedule the Trip (Tibet)

  • You should provide us with written notice including reasons that make you unable to travel via email 30 days prior to the trip departure date. If you are preponing the trip, you should notify us in writing 30 days prior to your new departure date.
  • A FEE OF USD 200 PER PERSON WILL BE CHARGED IF YOU POSTPONE OR PREPONE OR TRANSFER YOUR TRIP TO ANOTHER PERSON NO LESS THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE TRIP DEPARTURE DATE. THE CLIENT IS RESPONSIBLE TO FIND ANOTHER PERSON FOR TRANSFERRING HIS/HER TRIP.

INCOMPLETE TRIP

IN CASE OF ANY FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE TRIP, FOR WHATEVER REASON, BY THE CLIENTS, WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY REFUNDS FOR ANY MEALS, ACCOMMODATION OR ANY SERVICES NOT USED DURING THE TRIP. FURTHER, IF YOU COMMIT ANY UNLAWFUL ACT DURING THE TRIP AND ARE COMPELLED TO LEAVE NEPAL, WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY REFUNDS.

Passport and Visas (Nepal and India)

  • A valid passport is needed with a minimum validity of 6 months from the return date.
  • A Nepalese visa can be obtained from the Nepalese Consulate in your country or upon arrival at Kathmandu Airport. Nepalese visa costs are the sole responsibility of clients. For more details, please read this link about Nepalese Tourist Visa.
  • You can fill in the Nepalese Tourist Visa form online. Here is a link- Department of Immigration. The online form will be valid for 15 days, which means you must fill it in less than 15 days before your arrival date. You will receive a receipt by your email after filling in the form. You should print the receipt and keep it with you as you need to produce it before the immigration authority.
  • For Indian visas and cost, please contact the Indian embassy in your home/resident country. There is no on arrival visa facility for Indian visas.

Passport and Visas (Bhutan and Tibet)

  • A valid passport is needed with a minimum validity of 6 months from the return date.
  • As you are unable to obtain visas to Bhutan and Tibet directly, Bhutan as well as Tibet permit and visa will be organized by Ace the Himalaya. This cost is all included in the trip price.
  • To facilitate this, you need to send a clear, color scanned copy of your passport to us via email at the time of booking.

RISK AND LIABILITIES

ALL OUR NEPAL, INDIA, BHUTAN AND TIBET TOURS ARE CONDUCTED BY FOLLOWING THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE TOURISM BOARD OF THE RESPECTIVE COUNTRY. ACE THE HIMALAYA WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHANGES IN ITINERARIES DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THAT ARE BEYOND OUR CONTROL. FOR INSTANCE: LAST MINUTE CHANGE IN GOVERNMENT RULES, LOCAL POLITICS, GOVERNMENT RESTRICTION, BAD WEATHER, ILL HEALTH CONDITION OF TREKKERS, DEATH, ROAD BLOCKAGE, FLIGHT DELAY/CANCELLATION, NATURAL DISASTERS (EARTHQUAKE, LANDSLIDE, FLOOD, SNOWFALL, AVALANCHE, ETC) AND ANY OTHER THINGS BEYOND OUR CONTROL. ANY ADDITIONAL EXPENSES NECESSITATED BY SUCH AN EVENT WILL BE BORNE BY THE CLIENT/S. FURTHER, WE RECOMMEND YOU TO HAVE TRAVEL INSURANCE WHILE TRAVELING IN NEPAL.

Travel Insurance

Having Travel Insurance is compulsory for all clients while traveling with us. The travel insurance must cover weather delays, personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue, air ambulance, trip cancellations, natural disasters, theft of baggage, loss of gear and equipment etc.

Domestic flight delay/Cancellation

Generally, due to bad weather conditions and poor visibility, flight delays or cancellation are likely to happen in mountain countries/regions. In such a case, we are not liable for any extra expenses or inconveniences. Since the weather of the mountain region is quite unpredictable, we suggest you arrange a minimum of 1 or 2 extra days (especially Everest region treks) so that you won’t miss your International flight. Further, we suggest you bring some extra cash to prepare for unforeseen circumstances.

Changes to your trip and price due to natural disasters, flight delay etc.

In the event of cancellations/changes of the trip due to any unforeseen circumstances like natural disasters, flight delay etc., we will arrange another trip for you of the same price value. Also, you are free to reschedule the trip. While rescheduling the trip of either the same price value or higher value, you need to pay the amount of used services from your previously booked trip. Similarly, if the price increases for the rescheduled departure, you will pay the difference between new prices and old prices.

Most of our trip packages are based on twin-sharing accommodation. Furthermore, a single-room supplement charge will be imposed on the clients who don’t have another tour participant to share accommodation with.

Likewise, we reserve the right to revise pricing rates posted in our marketing material under any circumstances or on the pressure of various external factors like changes in exchange rate, government action, etc. which are far from our control.

Health and Fitness

You should be physically and mentally fit when trekking in high altitude regions. Therefore, we suggest you undergo a medical examination with a general practitioner (GP) regarding your health and fitness before traveling with us. If you have any preexisting medical conditions or disabilities, please notify us at the time of booking.

Children

A legal guardian/parent must accompany the participant below the age of sixteen.

Privacy

Ace the Himalaya is concerned to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information. No private or personal information that you provided to us when booking will be disclosed for any other purposes.

PUBLICITY

YOU AGREE THAT ACE THE HIMALAYA MAY USE IMAGES OF YOU TAKEN DURING THE TRIP WITHOUT RECOURSE TO YOU AND WITHOUT COMPENSATION TO YOU, FOR PUBLICITY AND PROMOTION PURPOSES THROUGH WHATEVER MEDIUM IT CHOOSES.

Complaints

Should you have a complaint about the trip, make it known to our staff at the earliest opportunity, so that s/he may take appropriate actions to resolve it. Your satisfaction is our top-notch priority.

Acceptance of Terms

These terms and conditions are valid only if you book the trip with us directly. If you book our trip through a third party or any agents, you are liable to their terms and conditions as well as our terms and conditions.

Applicable Law and Choice of Forum

Ace the Himalaya main office is located in Kathmandu, Nepal. These terms and conditions are governed by the laws of Nepal. Any dispute arising out of these terms and conditions shall be resolved exclusively by the District Court, Appellate Court, and Supreme Court located in Kathmandu, Nepal. There is no case in a foreign country, and the parties agree that the court of Nepal is the appropriate forum for any claim or proceeding commenced in relation to these terms and conditions.

What makes this trip different ?

Trekking to Nepal is an online booking platform of Ace the Himalaya. Ace the Himalaya works closely with and is one of the main supporters of non-profit organization Sambhav Nepal.

Ace the Himalaya covers the administration cost of Sambhav Nepal as the staff working at Ace also help in admin work of Shambav Nepal. For instance: making proposals, collecting information for the related projects, visiting the project sites, coordinating the local governments/authorities etc. That’s why, Sambhav Nepal doesn't have their admin cost in the project it runs.

Furthermore, Sambhav Nepal  provides support to people with needs such as education and health in villages of Gorkha through the children sponsorship program. We sponsor children for school which are conducted successfully in full collaboration with Ace the Himalaya and its sister organizations, Ace Holidays and Ace Xpeditions.

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