Useful information before you go to Nepal or before you book your trip
How should we make payment for our Trip?
To secure place, minimum 20% down payment is required to make in advance for the confirmation as per the company policy.
How to pay your deposit?
You can choose only two different ways to settle your payment:
a.Online Payment by credit card and the link to settle the payment.
Beneficiary Bank:- Nepal Investment Bank L.td
Branch: Thamel Branch
Address:- Chaksibari Marga Thamel Kathmandu Nepal
A/C Name:- Beyond The Limits Treks & Expedition(P) Ltd
Type of Account:- USD Current
Swift Code /BIC:-NIBLNPKT
Note: Please do not transfer your amount to any other bank account then the above-mentioned details. Even in case if you receive any emails that request you to transfer to any other bank account. Please immediately contact us!!
Payment of the rest Balance
Rest of the Balance can be made upon your arrivals
When and where should you arrive?
Please book your international flight from your country and return from Nepal. The trek /tour starts when we receive you at the Kathmandu Tribhuvan international airport and the tour ends when we drop you.
You will be met and welcomed outside the Kathmandu international airport terminal by a representative of Beyond the Limits Treks & Expedition p. ltd. please provide us your flight detail before you leave your country.
Where will I stay during the tour?
In Kathmandu, you will be staying at the Hotel Royal suite P. Ltd. the hub of Kathmandu Thamel. These places come highly recommended. These hotels are good, clean tourist hotels and are a good quality by Nepali standards. On the trek, you’ll be staying at simple lodges run by Nepali families. It is nice and clean.
Extra night Accommodation:
If you’ll be spending extra time in Nepal please let us know. We will book your extra night accommodation at same trip Hotel Royal suite or your according to your interest and Budget prior the trip and at the end of the trip for your convenience. The cost is USD 45 per night for a Deluxe Double room at Hotel Royal suite Kathmandu. including tax, Wi-Fi, breakfast, and service charge. If you want to book your extra night accommodation at any other hotel, please let us know. We will work out according to your suggestion. Please contact us at – firstname.lastname@example.org for your extra night accommodation.
Booking your international flight
If you don’t have a regular travel agent then you can check for international flight options at one of these sites.
they usually have good offers.
How many people in each room?
There will be two people accommodated in each room during the Trek. If you prefer private accommodation, you’ll find the option for “single supplement”. Important: Please note that during the trek there are some lodges which may not have sufficient rooms to provide private accommodation. In this case, you have to share the room with other trekkers on the mountain.
Who will be leading the tours/treks?
Beyond the Limits Trekking Team are very professionals on our tourism field, our team is one of the most experienced and took much Training like mountain sickness first aid and Trekking guide Training from Department of the tourism department. The team is fully licensed and affiliated with the Trekking Agency’s Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Mountaineering Association, Nepal Tourism Board, Govt. of Nepal, with over 10 years of experience, well trained, friendly guides, and strong and friendly porters, you are assured of a wonderfully memorable experience.
we offer different Trekking tour Package in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan please read our different package on our website www.treksinnepal.com Expect to trek about 5-7 hours daily or hike about 10-18 km per day. It is recommended that you prepare for the trek by suitable training such as climbing hills or stairs, jogging, and spending some time in the gym to improve your stamina for a few months prior to the trek. If you are quite fit and do sufficient training prior to arriving in Nepal the trek will be enjoyable, and it is suitable for fit people into their early 60’s. This trek is the most popular trek for those wishing to get stunning views of the Himalayan peaks.
If you have health issues please consult your doctor about the advisability of going on the trek. The highest altitude we reach depends on which trek you are looking for . different Trekking package has different hight visit our website. Any trekking equipment such as walking poles, water bottles, and the rucksack is very easily available in Kathmandu near our hotel.
Can I charge my digital camera or other equipment on my trip?
These facilities will be available in most of the places in your hotel reception by paying some service charges.
What type of plug and what is the voltage used in Nepal?
Remember to bring TWO and THREE pin travel adapters! You can also buy the adapters in the supermarkets or electronic shops in the Kathmandu. Our guide can help you with it.
Which currencies are accepted in Nepal?
Some major currencies (USD, GBP, AUD, EURO) are accepted for both visas and in general. There are plenty of ATM’s in Kathmandu and credit cards are accepted in limited shops and many restaurants. Please note that only Nepali rupees are accepted on the trek.
Altitude sickness a problem?
To be honest, you are doing trekking tour or climbing in Nepal with gentle way.you don’t have to be a run or doing the marathon. you will have the nice and gentle walk while you will trek in Nepal Himalaya. please walked slow and study. drinks enough water (3 liters of water every day) you will not get any problem however altituted sickness no body can give the guarantee. you may get this case please inform our B.T.L.T. Team or your sirdar or guide.
Trekking to Nepal Himalayan range for every one please visit our website according to your fitness and your interest. It is, at times, quite a physically demanding experience, and when you combine high altitude with plenty of challenging climbs, you get a recipe for suffering. But normal, average, travelers can do Everest Base Camp trek, but it is not that much easy as considered.
Travel insurance & rescue
when traveling to the remote destination like Nepal Himalaya makes your insurance up to date. Make sure that your insurance policy covers cancellation, injury, death, loss of baggage, theft, liability, medical treatment and expenses is strongly recommended. The insurance covers all the activities that you will be undertaking during your stay in Nepal such as trekking and climbing. If a client becomes ill, all hospital expenses, doctors’ fees, and repatriation costs are the client’s responsibility.
We have an agreement in Kathmandu that guarantees payment for helicopter evacuation we pay a cash deposit to the helicopter operator and collect the money from you once you have been rescued. And the reimbursement responsibility from your insurance company is gone up to you. Be sure your policy specifically covers helicopter evacuation. Also, check that your insurance policy does not exclude mountaineering or alpinism if you are doing some climbing Trekking peak.you may have a difficult time settling a claim.
There are two good options for having proper drinking water during the trek. You can bring water purification tablets or fill your bottle for a nominal fee from the recognized and regulated “pure water” stations along the trek. As a last alternative, you can also purchase bottled water at the lodges but this is not recommended due to environment sanitation issue here in Nepal.
It is very important that you have to drink at least 3 liters of pure water daily during the trek.
The Everest Region and all the Himalayan range is stunningly beautiful but equally fragile. Future generations have just as much of a right to appreciate it as much as we do. Therefore, we believe that the tourism industry has an obligation to protect and preserve it.
Not throwing wastages
No damaging historical and cultural heritage.
Is there Laundry facility on the trek?
There will be laundry facility in Kathmandu and Namche. and manage in Annapurna area but You can’t get any facilities of laundry during the trekking days in the mountains.
What Clothes shall I bring?
Depending on when you plan to travel it’s important to have the proper clothes and be prepared for unexpected weather. Fairly well-worn hiking boots/shoes are a must! For tours between November and the first two weeks of March bring a jacket suitable for -10 degrees Celsius. For tours at other times please bring a jacket suitable for -3 to 5 degrees Celsius, Otherwise, the daytime weather will tend to be warm or pleasant.
If you have your own sleeping bag, you can bring it. Otherwise, you can rent here in Kathmandu or you can buy here in Kathmandu.
You can get a visa in Kathmandu at Tribhuvan International airport upon arrival for $30 USD (or equivalent in other major currencies) for a 15-day Multiple visa or $50 USD for 30-days Multiple visas and $115 for 90 days Multiple Visa. Please bring 2 photos for the visa. Expect to have some waiting time in the queue for obtaining your visa. You can also get your visa prior to coming on the tour by contacting your closest Nepali embassy.
Is there an Orientation program before the commencement of trekking?
Yes, the orientation will be at the Kathmandu hotel after your arrival and before starting the program. The orientation meeting is scheduled for an evening on the first of the tour generally at 5 PM. In the very evening, you will be reminded few but important tips to result out your trip a memorable by one of the representatives of beyond the limits Treks(B.T.L.T.) along with team leader. Note: Be with 4 copies of passport size photographs for TIMS and permits.
How large is each tour and trekking group?
There will be several separate groups. Each trekking group will have a maximum of 15 people and the minimum of 2 with its own experienced English speaking guide/ team leader. During the trek, there will be one porter for two people to carry your luggage.
Meals during the trek?
The lunches and dinners in Kathmandu are not covered by the tour. During the trekking days, you can choose the meal items according to your interest in the menu provided by the hotel or lodge.
It is strongly advised that you must get traveler’s insurance. Please consult with your travel agent to choose a suitable insurance company. Dynamic Assistance click or World Nomads Click or Travel Direct- TID Click or Medcon Travel Insurance click are possible insurance companies. Travel insurance is compulsory for all clients to trek to the Everest Base Camp trek or another trekking trail. It should provide adequate protection for the full duration of the tour to cover personal injury, death, medical expenses, repatriation expenses, helicopter rescue, air ambulance and adequate cover for baggage.
What is the weather like in Nepal?
The width of Nepal is only about 200 km on an average, but within this short distance, the altitude of the land rises from 60 m up to 8,848 m. Hence the weather depends upon the altitude of the place in Nepal. However, in general, Nepal has four climatic seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter.
Spring starts from March to May. The temperature of this season fluctuates between 20C to 30C (68F to 86F). Summer starts from June last to August. These are also the monsoon months with occasional evening thunderstorms and hot temperature. Autumn starts from late September and ends by November. During this period, the climate is generally dry and mild with temperature fluctuating between 20C to 30C (68F to 86F). Winter starts from December until February. The mornings and evenings are very cold while the afternoon is pretty sunny. The temperature during these months rises from 5C to 20C (59F to 68F). At higher altitudes, it is cold during the winter months.
How much money for my personal expenses?
It’s difficult to give an exact amount of money that you should bring. Costs will vary according to how much you want to spend for shopping and where and what meal items in Kathmandu (lunch& dinner) you want to enjoy. Only Nepali rupees are accepted on the trek. But, we recommend separating some amount of money for it.
For the trek, we’ll have one energetic and hospitable porter for two people. The weight limit for the trek is 10-13 kgs per person. Before the trek, we will store all our excess baggage in Kathmandu at the hotel or alternatively at our office and only take what we require on the trek.
A general rule of thumb for tipping is 10 percent from total amount you paid on your tour but permit and domestic flight cost is out of it.for both (guide and porter) if you are fully satisfied with their service. So we suggest you allocate minimum US$ 50 for Tipping. This is just a guideline and you may tip whatever/how much you think is appropriate for the services rendered which made your trek a memorable one.
What other needed equipment should I bring
Backpack (porter will carry it) Recommended size: about 50-liter capacity (10-12 kgs per person) If you are traveling with a friend you can share one pack between the two of you.
Well- worn Hiking boots or shoes
A pair of sandals
A one – liter hard water bottle to be filled up along the trekking trail
Light-weight cotton clothing
Waterproof jacket (a fold -away windcheater is fine)
Knee supports (optional for the downhill portions of the trek)
Water purification ( Beyond the Limits Treks will provide water purified tablet )
Small First-aid-kit (Himalayan Social Journey will also provide one)
Headlamp (preferable) or Flashlight (torch)
Loose stomach and nausea medicine
Toiletries for the trek (toilet paper, soap, shampoo etc…)
Will there be a place to store items/clothing not required for the trek?
The hotel in Kathmandu does provide the free storage services. So you can leave all your items that are not required for the trekking at your hotel.
Is there any communication while we are on trekking?
There are telephones in some villages along the trekking routes from which you can make international calls. All our guides carry local sim cards both Nepal Telecom and Ncell in order to update whereabouts and situation of our every client.
You may pass the number of our guide to your family for the callback or you can make a call from the guide’s mobile and pay him directly for the international call too.
Also, we have kept a satellite phone if you will go high passes remote Trek and climbing peaks. Our guides use it during the case of emergency and also clients can use them by paying its rental fee.
I am a Vegetarian, is that a Problem?
Mountain food is mostly vegetarian. we suggest you not to have meat. if you are keen to have meat item please asked with beyond the limits treks sirdar or guide.We always recommend our clients to eat vegetarian meals to avoid the food poisoning, eating heavy meals and non- vegetarian meals at the high altitude is not really safe for the stomach
Risk & Liabilities: We are committed to providing the best services which will give you a once in a lifetime journey. We perform our duties honestly & seriously to make your journey very smooth & pleasant. However, the entire programs in Nepal are conducted strictly under the rules and regulation of beyond the limits treks policy
Do and Don’t do
Respect local traditions, customs, values, and sentiments to help them protect local culture and maintain local pride.
Respect privacy when taking photographs
Respect holy places
Refrain from giving money to children as it encourages begging
Respect for the local etiquette earns you respect
Let the Himalayas change you – Do not change them
Protect the natural environment
Leave the campsite cleaner than you found it
Limit deforestation – make no open fires
Burn dry paper and packets in a safe place
Keep local water clean and avoid using pollutants
Plants should be left to flourish in their natural environment
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