Travel Guide

Travel Insurance

While travelling to Nepal, you are requested to have a travel insurance that should cover any comprehensive expenses possible to acquire due to medical issues or accidents. Especially, your travel insurance must protect air ambulance, treatment charges, rescue and evacuation, product cancellation and refundable charges, flight delay and cancellations. We suggest you to bring you travel insurance certificate or send us scan copy and it must be issued from your home land. We do not arrange or sell insurance. 

Travelling in the Himalayas is full of adventurous; hence it is wise to choose a proper insurance policy. While choosing your insurance policy, make sure that it will protect all such unforeseen expenses. Your insurer should be well familiar with our itinerary that you have booked and must have agreed to cover all activities being undertaken during trip. Meantime, it is not compulsory that our all the assigned trip are facilities with Heli-rescue. You will not require heli rescue insurance for Tibet Tour as it is not possible to provide such facility.

 
Recommended Travel Insurance Companies as follows:

America
Travelex Insurance www.travelexinsurance.com 
Travel Safe Insurance www.travelsafe.com 
AXA Travel Insurance www.axa-assistance.us/bassline.php?p=1741 
Travel Insured International www.travelinsured.com 
Allianz Travel Insurance www.allianztravelinsurance.com 
Blue Cross Blue Shield www.bcbs.com

Australia:
Fast Cover: https://fastcover.com.au/  

Asia & Middle East
Clal Insurance (Israel) www.clalbit.co.il 
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (Japan) www.ms-ins.com/english/ 
Life Card Travel Insurance (Japan)
Sompo Insurance (Japan) www.sjnk.co.jp/english/

Canada
RBC Travel Insurance www.rbcinsurance.com/travelinsurance 
TuGo Travel Insurance www.tugo.com 
Can Assistance www.canassistance.com 
TIC Travel Insurance www.travelinsurance.ca

Europe
Europ Assistance (All European) www.europ-assistance.com/en 
Allianz Travel Insurance (Germany, Switzerland) www.allianztravelinsurance.com/ 
Uniqa Insurance (Austria) www.uniqa.ch/home/

Singapore and Malaysia:
World Nomads: https://www.worldnomads.com/travel-insurance/  

United Kingdom (UK)
InsureandGo Travel Insurance www.insureandgo.com/travel-insurance 
Virgin Travel Insurane uk.virginmoney.com/virgin/travel-insurance/
Post Office www.postoffice.co.uk/insurance 
Dog Tag Insurance (UK) www.dogtag.co.uk

Travel Safe In Nepal

Before planning a trek in Nepal, we suggest you to first prepare yourself on where you want to trek and try to get more information about the place, weather, season as well as explore the itinerary in length and level that suits to your health and fitness requirements.

In addition, you should make a decision on either to trek alone or take assistance from professionally trekking company. Even in Nepal, you can trek alone in a regular trail, but it is not consider as safe. No one can predict unforeseen circumstances, hence it would be better to take assistance of some professional companies to organize a trip. Most of the accidents and missing of trekkers while trekking in Nepal is reported as attempting trekking along without any local professional support. We know that everyone is in different budget for trekking. Hence, you can try to take a minimum services or packages that suits your budget. Option could be taking full services package to your trekking in Nepal or could only take assistance of permit, flight (if required any), hiring guide or porter only.  

If you are planning to take support from professional to organize a trip for you, start exploring the companies that offer you the trek package to basic assistance. You will find international and local company that looks like offering the similar types of packages but obviously cost of international companies are much more expensive then locals. Joining a local company means, you are supporting to the country and its peoples; economy so we advise you to join local company while you are trekking in Nepal. You could find reference of trekking companies from its umbrella organization called, TAAN (Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal).

Similarly, make sure that the company you have chosen is fully registered and licensed as well as consider whether they have best and experience guide and support team for your trekking.

Additionally, to trek in Nepal, it is mandatory to have a travel insurance policy. While selecting policy, make sure that it should cover your medical expenses, helicopter evacuation as well as trip cancellations. You can ask your travel company for suggestion in choosing the right policy.

Moreover, after finalizing your trek, make a check list of trekking gears. Also, once you arrive in Kathmandu, you can get all the necessary gears at Outlets in Thamel. You can buy an important gears as well as hire paying certain charges.

While in Trek, your safety is most important things. Hence, it is advisable to follow the trekking rules including walking in the side of uphill, taking water as much as possible to avoid dehydration, follow local trails and son on. Meantime, it would be better to avoid alcohol and tobacco during trek in high altitude. Never use sleeping pills during trek as well as if you cannot quit cigarettes, you can take a Nicotine patch that will keep relief.

Likewise, your small activities could invite accidents. Hence, we suggest to follow the locals, and guide. Sometime, you might love to swim in the river on the way. Note that the rivers and any other exciting places of Nepal could be dangerous as well as unpredictable to worsen the matter. Hence, never dive in the river despite if you being a good swimmer. You can retrace your interest after trek taking part in some more adventures activities run for fun.

Don’t get afraid or nervous in a simple headache. Just let your guide know about the problem. Normally, the local dweller of Himalayas use garlic and ginger to avoid any altitude sickness. You can also put ginger in mouth. It will better keep you away from such illness.

With proper communication among the guide and local, you can know more about the culture, tradition as well as complete your journey safely with full of fun and wonderful memories.

Packing List

For trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal, you should bring certain basic trekking equipment. While packing or buying gears, keep update about climatic condition in that area. Well, here are some list of equipment that are recommended for trekking are: 


Head & Hand Gear

  • Sun Hat: Any lightweight hat with a good brim or visor.
  • Wool or Fleece Hat: should cover ears- but any brand.
  • Balaclava: Should fit underneath your wool or fleece hat or be thick enough to be worn alone.  (It is best when you are above 5000m, as the winds can be really icy)
  • Neckband (Multi use- can be worn as a scarf, facemask and headband to keep your hair out of your face) - Optional
  • Liner gloves: They should be lightweight and synthetic. (Patagonia)
  • Wind stopper fleece gloves: (Any brand of Wind stopper fleece)
  • Mittens w/ pile liners- Esp. for climbing

Footwear:

  • Running shoes: These are great for travel and easy walking.
  • Hiking Boots: Boots should be warm and fit well over light and heavy sock combinations. Fit is much more important than brand. (Asolo, Merrill, Scarpa, La Sportiva)
  • Gaiters: Short, simple gaiters are best, such as Outdoor Research's Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters.. Gore-Tex gaiters-Recommended for winter trekking & climbing
  • Sport sandals: For camp in lodges during evenings.
  • Lightweight socks: Pairs of synthetic/wool blend (Bridgedale, Patagonia, Wigwam, and Fox River)
  • Heavy socks: Pairs synthetic/wool blend (Smartwool, Bridgedale, Wigwam, Fox River)

 Clothing:

  • Lightweight long underwear top/ Bottom: (Patagonia-Capilene, REI, and Mountain Equipment Co-op)
  • Mid-weight long underwear top/ Bottom: Zip T-neck design is good. Light colors are better for tops because they are cooler when hiking in direct sunlight and just as warm as dark colors when worn underneath other layers.  (Patagonia, North Face, Mountain Hard ware)
  • Briefs: 4 pairs synthetic or cotton. Running shorts also work well for underwear.
  • Short-sleeved shirts: Two synthetic; most nylon running shirts or athletic shirts work well. Shirt material should have vapor wicking capabilities. (North Face, Patagonia-Capilene)
  • Pair of Long-sleeve shirts
  • Lightweight windproof fleece (For daytime trekking)
  • Jacket synthetic or fleece: Synthetic jackets or pullovers are a great alternative to fleece because they are lighter and more compressible. Primaloft type fill or Polartec 100 or 200 fleeces is recommended. (Wild Things Primaloft, Patagonia Puff Jacket)
  • Synthetic insulated Pants: Primaloft or Polarguard 3D. Full side zips are recommended. Mountain Hardwear Chugach 3D pants are an example. An acceptable alternative are fleece pants Polartec 100 or 200, but they are bulky, heavier and less versatile.
  • Down insulated Jacket: A medium weight down fill jacket with a hood. The hood is optional but is highly recommended. (Marmot, North Face, Mountain Hardwear, Patagonia)
  • Waterproof breathable Jacket & pants: The jacket must have a hood and the pants must have full-length side zips. (Arc'Teryx, Marmot, Mountain Equipment Co-op)

Accessories:

  • Sunglasses: For high altitude. 1 pair of high quality 100%UV and 100%IR with a minimum of 80% light reduction, side shields such as those found on “glacier glasses” are not recommended, but size and shape of lens should offer maximum protection from bright light on snow.
  • Sunglasses: One pair high quality 100%UV and 100%IR, for lower elevations, also as a backup. It is important to have a spare pair of sunglasses.
  • Headlamp w/ spare bulb: AA or AAA battery powered (Petzl or Black Diamond)
  • Spare batteries: Bring plenty for reading in tents at night.

Extras:

  • Backpack: 40L or more, internal frame. Top opening mountaineer’s rucksack style is best.
  • Pack cover: Recommended. To protect your gear on rainy day or snowy days etc
  • Sleeping Bag: Minimum 10F to maximum -10F (-12C to -24C) Down 700 fill minimum (Marmot, Mountain Hardwear) - We Provide if you do not have this!
  • Water bottles: Two 1-liter, leak-proof wide-mouth (Nalgene or lexan type bottle)
  • Pee Bottle: This is optional. One 1-liter, leak-proof wide-mouth (Nalgene or lexan bottle)
  • Pee funnel for women: Optional
  • Trekking Poles: Recommended. Useful for going up and down trails, Adjustable poles are better for packing. (Leki, Black Diamond)
  • Swiss Army Knife: Remember not to leave in carry-on bags for any international or domestic flight.

Medical & Personal

  • Sunscreen: SPF 30 or higher, non-oily (Derma tone or Terrapin)
  • Lipscreen: SPF 30 or higher (any brand)
  • Toiletry kit: Toothbrush, toothpaste, skin lotion, alcohol-based hand sanitizer, soap, comb/brush, shave kit, (bring travel size bottles to keep your kit small).
  • First-aid kit: Ibuprofen/Aspirin, assorted Band-Aids, moleskin, Neosporin-type suave, small gauze pad, roll of adhesive tape, tweezers, safety pins. Include any prescription travel meds that might be prescribed by your doctor (antibiotics, Diamox, sleep aids).
  • Large trash compactor bags: For waterproofing some items inside your duffel.
  • Baby wipes
  • Earplugs: Very useful for sleeping in tents and lodges.
  • Water purification tablets: Such as Potable Aqua brand iodine tablets. You will be given plenty of purified water during your trek, but one bottle of backup purification tablets is always a good idea for your travels. They are especially useful in hotels on your way to Nepal. You should not drink untreated tap water anywhere in Asia and bottled water in some rare cases might not be available.

Travel Items

  • Trek/ Expedition Duffel Bag: Large size with strong zippers. (Wild Things The North Face etc.)
  • Small Travel Bag: Can also use a second duffel bag. For storing travel clothes and personal items at the hotel in Kathmandu- We could provide you this
  • Nylon stuff sacks: Two or three, for organizing your gear and clothes. Lighter colors are preferable for easy labeling.
  • Clothes for Kathmandu and International Travel: Two or three changes of comfortable simple travel clothes. Evenings in Kathmandu can be slightly cool in autumn and spring
  • Work-out clothes and/or bathing suit: Simple and versatile, for hotels.
  • Passport belt/pouch
  • Small Padlocks: For locking duffel bag(s)
  • Book(s)
  • Journal
  • Camera: Digital and/or film camera. Bring plenty of extra batteries, and memory cards for your digital camera. If you recharge your batteries power will be available in most of the lodges during the trek. Adaptors to fit the outlets in Nepal can be purchased easily in Kathmandu. Digital video camcorders are very useful. They allow you to record sounds and still images as well as video.
  • Film: Be sure to keep in your carry-on luggage, in clear zip-loc bags so that it can be inspected.
  • Note: These items are only a recommendation and you could pack your clothing/equipment based on your travelling experience, it is important to know that efficient packing is essential for minimize your load on international and domestic flights!
     


CLIMBING GEARS

Only equipped climbers could have safe and successful climbing in Himalayas so while preparing for the climbing trips, one must consider the best climbing gear/equipment. Here below, we do have some guidelines for what you need, esp. for the climbing section, find it below.


Gears Required:
       Personal Climbing Gears:

  • Ice axe
  • Crampons
  • Harness
  • Tape Slings (2)
  • Screwgate Karabiners (2 lock, 2 unlock)
  • Descender/Abseil Device
  • Plastic Mountaineering Boots
  • Ascender
  • Helmet (optional)

Group Climbing Gears:

  •        Snow bar*
  •        Rope*
  •        Ice Hammer*
  •        Ice Screw*

Temperature Chart

TEMPERATURE CHART
The climate of Nepal varies with its topography and altitude. Extending from 75m to 8848m above sea level, the weather and climate are different. Encountering four climatic season, the temperature varies from low land of Terai belt with hot and humid climate exceeding 45 degree Celsius (113 Degree Fahrenheit) in summer. The northern part is the mountain region above 3300m, has alpine climate with temperature below freezing point in winter. In between lies Hill region with pleasant climate throughout the year.

The temperature in Nepal in Degree Celsius:

Climatic Season

 

Spring

(March April May)

Summer

(June July August)

Autumn

(September October November)

Winter

(December January February)

Elevation

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

Min

Max

1000m

10

37

14

37

10

35

6

24

1500m

9

33

10

33

7

34

4

22

2000m

5

28

9

28

6

28

2

20

2500m

2

25

6

25

5

25

-1

18

3000m

1

22

1

22

0

20

-2

16

3500m

0

18

0

18

-3

18

-4

14

4000m

-2

17

-1

17

-4

12

-7

12

4500m

-4

16

-2

16

-5

11

-6

10

5000m

-8

14

-6

14

-8

10

-12

6

Best Season in Nepal

While travelling Nepal, it is wise to know about climatic season. Normally, Trekking season is categories in 4 different climatic seasons: 


Spring (March, April, May):

During this time, temperature is mildly warm in low lands while moderate in higher altitudes with plenty of opportunities to have astonishing views of the mountains and landscape. At this time, the blossom flowers especially national flower of Nepal – rhododendron decorate the ascending altitudes with its generous color and beauty. Even the High altitude lodges get opened and get occupied with the mountain lovers.

Summer (June, July, and August):

This is also the monsoon season in Nepal. At this time, the weather is hot and wet at times. It rains almost every day with occasional thunderstorms in the evening. The rain spreads the pleasantness around with lush green vegetation. If you are planning to trek in this season, we suggest to choose rain shaded areas of Nepal. Even, if you do not mind rain, and wants to trek in this season, you should compulsorily bring umbrella, pancho, proper waterproof hiking boots, wind proof jackets, baggage wrap, and raincoat as well as required insect repellent. Likewise, the reward of this month is the view of lush green valley captured by small flowers. It is a wonderful time to observe monsoon cycle of agriculture and the traditional life of Nepalese people.

Autumn (September, October and November):

This time is considered to be the best tourist season in Nepal with the end of summer and the winter to set in. The weather is highly pleasant so are the mountain views. The trekking routes get beautified with the presence of trekkers and expedition groups. Meantime, most of the festivals of Nepalese societies are enthusiastically celebrated at this time.

Winter (December, January and February):  

During this time, the weather is cool and the sky is clear with occasional snowfalls at higher elevations. At this time, trekking in lower elevation is fine however, at the high altitude, most of the lodges get closed and it will be a bit difficult to cross high altitude passes. This season is good for trekking in lower elevations. The morning and night get extreme cold sometime reaching temperature at (-) minus but the days are warm and pleasant.

Nepal Visa Procedure

All the foreign nationals (except Indian nationals) are required to display Visa while entering Nepal. Nepalese Visa can be obtained either at Nepalese Embassy of respective country or can be obtained during your arrival at the International Airport in Kathmandu or from the Nepal’s border entry point.

Certain nationals are requested to arrange Visa prior to arrival in Nepal. The listed countries are- Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Liberia and cannot secure Nepalese Visa on arrival.

To enter Nepal by Air, you will need to land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The airlines like Royal Nepal Airlines, British Airways, Biman Bangladesh, China South West Airlines, Druk Air, Gulf Air, India Air, Thai Airways, Qatar, Pakistan Air, Jet Air, Korean Air and Singapore Airlines operate scheduled flight to Nepal. Else if you are coming to Nepal via land then, you can enter through the entry points at India- Nepal border and Tibet-Nepal. 

Entry Point with Approximate distance from border towns to major cities

Siliguri- Kakarvitta- KTM-620 Kms                                                                                

Jogbani- Biratnagar-KTM 550 kms

Raxaul-Birgunj- KTM 280 kms

Sunauli- Bhairahawa- KTM 280 kms

Rupaidiya- Jamuna (Nepalgunj)- KTM 520 kms

Gauriphanta- Mohana (Dhangadi)- KTM 630 kms

Banbasa- Gaddachauki (Mahendranagar)- KTM 715 kms

Sunauli- Bhairahawa- Palpa-Pokhara 185 kms

Sunauli- Bhairahawa- Chitwan 145 kms

Sunauli-Bhairahawa- Lumini 26  kms

 

Requirements for VISA:

Traveler should have a valid passport for at least six months, recent digital photo (size: 1.5" x 1.5") and Visa fees (either US$ or equivalent) mentioned as below: 

 Visa Facility   Duration    Fee 

 Multiple Entry           

   15 days      

  US$ 25 or Equivalent Nepalese Currency              

 Multiple Entry  

   30 days    

  US$ 40 or Equivalent Nepalese Currency

 Multiple Entry  

   40 days    

  US$ 100 or Equivalent Nepalese Currency

If you wish to fill online Visa form, you can also download form and fill up. Please go through the link as below:
http://www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa  

Responsible Travel

Today, Tourism is the fastest growing industry that involves travelling of people experiencing different culture, society, people and places. It is a responsibility of travellers not to have adverse effect to the place encounters, giving possible appreciation following the code of conduct of responsible tourism.

Hiking Nepal Travel is truly an eco-friendly organization which is opened with a motive to serve a hospitable and overwhelming environment to the guest. The owe-inspiring landscape of Nepal occupies a space for verities of cultural group. The welcoming nature and culture settled as per the environment is really appreciative. Hence, we are here to provide you a real taste of Nepalese community, culture, society, and people. It is our responsibility to provide a way of living to the local community minimizing the negative impacts of tourism on environment. While choosing a destination for travel, we emphasize on environmentally friendly lodges that cares the needs of their staffs. We believe in take photo, leave only footprints. Today’s society is because of our ancestors, hence it is our foremost responsibility to preserve, conserve the fragile environment and indigenous culture with motive of safeguarding it for future. We enthusiastically support, organize and participate in sanitation and plantation program.

Our Guides, Porters, Cooks, Sherpas and other members are the backbone of the organization. They are the real representative of our company and responsible for providing quality service to the guest. Hence, we place their welfare in a topmost priority. We never compromise in providing insurance coverage, fair salary, rescue evacuation and proper outdoor gears that makes them happy leading towards a quality services to the guest. Even, for lifting a load by porter, we comply with the International Porter Protection Guidelines. Our staffs and guides are employed from the local community who helps in ensuring a more authentic experience for travellers, as well as sensitivity to local customs and culture. 

You travel here to experience culture, people, society and environment. Hence, your satisfaction is our goal. It is our responsibility to serve you with best services and make your trip a memorable one of your lifetime. 

Useful Information

Nepal Visa & Getting in to Nepal

All the foreign nationals (except Indian nationals) are required to display Visa while entering Nepal. Nepalese Visa can be obtained either at Nepalese Embassy of respective country or can be obtained during your arrival at the International Airport in Kathmandu or from the Nepal’s border entry point. However, certain nationals are requested to arrange Visa prior to arrival in Nepal. The listed countries are- Afghanistan, Iraq, Cameroon, Ghana, Somalia, Swaziland, Palestine, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Liberia and cannot secure Nepalese Visa on arrival.  

Requirements: Traveler should have a valid passport for at least six months, recent digital photos (size: 1.5" x 1.5") and Visa fees (either US$ or equivalent) mentioned as below: 

      Visa Facility                            Duration                           Fee

    Multiple entry                        15 days                      US$ 25 or equivalent Nepalese currency                        

    Multiple entry                        30 days                      US$ 40 or equivalent Nepalese currency     

    Multiple entry                        90 days                      US$ 100 or equivalent Nepalese currency

You can also download VISA form and fill up. Please go through the link as below:

http://www.online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa

Group Size: 
For group, we normally run with minimum 2 person to maximum 10 in our published group departure program. However, there is no barrier for a private trip. We can run a trip for single person and even more than 10 in a group. Normally for a group, we provide 1 main guide, 1 assistance guide along with 1 porter for every 2 trekkers. Moreover, for every additional 2 trekkers, 1 more assistance and a porter will be provided making a team combination as follows:

Minimum to 2 PAX: 1 Guide and 1 porter
4-6 PAX: 1 guide, 1 assistance guide and 3 porter
7-10 PAX: 1 guide, 2 assistance guide and 4/5 Porter

Guide and Trip Safety
Once, you confirm your trip, it is our responsibility to make your trip wonderful without creating any difficulties. Hence, we have prepared our itinerary in such a way that it will properly acclimatize you. Also, we request you in advance to have regular exercises and make habits to walk in a daily basis. Similarly, during trek, you will be fully guided by our professional trekking guides and supporting team. They are properly trained in regards to safety and first aid. Even, we have every set up in case of emergency such as high altitude medicine and Gammow Bag (High altitude Chamber bag). Please note High altitude Chamber Bag is used to provide heat in your body and it is available on certain cost. Moreover, to let you familiar with altitude, you are suggested to walk slow and steady and ensure for proper acclimatization.

For trekking, we provide local experienced guide speaking fluent English and familiar with the local routes, landscape, flora, fauna as well as culture, and tradition of certain areas and let you feel comfortable. We do not encourage for child labor, hence, our porter will be above 16 years that are living in the Himalayas of Nepal; as well as carries only 20-22 kg weight per porter. Normally, the guide and support teams are selected with proper analyzing of their experience, leadership skills and personal aptitude. Our guides are well familiar with different societies of all caste and customs along the trail and share the insight culture with you that are not even noted in guide book. 

To make our staffs more fluent and experienced, we consistently provide trainings. They have been participating in special training programs like Trekking guide training, Rock climbing, Ice climbing, Intensive Wilderness first Aid and many more that has been certified and approved by Nepal Government. 

Travel Insurance
While travelling to Nepal, you are requested to have a travel insurance that should cover any comprehensive expenses possible to acquire due to medical issues or accidents. Especially, your travel insurance must protect air ambulance, treatment charges, rescue and evacuation, product cancellation and refundable charges, flight delay and cancellations. We suggest you to bring you travel insurance certificate or send us scan copy and required to issue from your home land and we do not arrange or sell insurance. 

Travelling in the Himalayas is full of adventurous; hence it is wise to choose a proper insurance policy. While choosing your insurance policy, make sure that it will protect all such unforeseen expenses. Your insurer should be well familiar with our itinerary that you have booked and must have agreed to cover all activities being undertaken during trip. Meantime, it is not compulsory that our all the assigned trip are facilities with Heli-rescue. You will not require heli rescue insurance for Tibet Tour as it is not possible to provide such facility. 

Vaccination
It is better to follow the precaution given by World Health Organization and other international health related institutions that recommend having vaccines before travelling Nepal to prevent from certain fatal illness. If possible, we suggest you to bring your medical certificate however, it is not required to show but for safety. The recommended vaccines are polio, Diphtheria, Tetanus, typhoid, yellow fever, hepatitis A/B, Influenza (Flu), Japanese encephalitis, and Tuberculosis. Meantime, it is better to consult your professional doctor about your travel and he might recommend you properly. You can also take suggestion of local travelers who have travelled Nepal before and know more about the required precautions. Please note that the protection that can be gained from vaccines varies from 50% to almost 100%. So remember that even if you have taken a vaccine you might still get the disease, although you will have greatly reduced your chances of getting ill.

High Altitude Sickness 
At the higher altitude, you will feel a decrease in availability of oxygen. If a person walk in the high altitude particularly climbs up too quickly, he might suffer from High altitude sickness. Hence, proper rest is required at that altitude. You can cure at right time knowing certain symptoms of Altitude Sickness. Common symptoms are headache, loss of appetite, tiredness and nausea, vomiting, dizziness and difficulty in sleeping. The best remedies that local belief and take is taking garlic, or ginger in mouth. Eat dry food and take liquid as much as possible. We recommend Diamox if there is no any options. 
Also, we provide experienced guide and staffs in dealing with the effects of higher altitudes. As they are natives of Nepal, they easily acclimatize and therefore can care for their clients. They are equipped with necessary medical supplies and will assist with basic first aid treatment. We design our tours to ensure clients are ready for high altitude, and arrange alternative itineraries for those at risk.

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