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FAQ's

How can I get a visa to travel to Nepal?
The finest way to pertain for a visa is through the Nepalese diplomatic operation in your country. All foreign countries, excluding Indian Citizens require visas to come in Nepal. The additional choice is to get the visa from the Immigration office at the access points of Nepal like at TIA Airport. The charge is US$ 40 for 30 days and US$ 25 for 15 days.

What are the famous spots to Trek?
Nepal offers ample places for trekking and depending on the season, time and money you can choose any favorable popular or out of favor trekking spots as per your wish. For short time and money, the top trekking choice would be the Langtang and Helambu trek that lies to the north of Kathmandu valley. Plus you may also choose to trek in parts of the Annapurna area lying north of Pokhara. Whereas is you come up with enough and longer time, you can go for trekking in Everest Region or Annapurna circuit can be much worthwhile. A trickier trek is the Kanchanjunga region lying in the far-eastern Nepal. And there are many other rewarding trek options you can choose for.

Let me know if I can trek alone or not?
Well, strolling alone would be good options since you can have peace while walking. However, unpleasant incident during trek may occur seldom. So, we advise you to go with a team. Walking in group would be enjoyable plus it will be beneficial if you ever need a few medical help. Another choice would be you can hire a trekking guide or a porter to walk along with you for your safety and aid.

Is trekking permit necessary?
Excluding the trekking regions such as Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, trekkers need to have trekking permit to go around other trekking routes. Trekking permits are offered with no trouble by the Department of Immigration Office in Kathmandu as well as Pokhara. All you need to have is your visa, trekking charge and two colored passport-sized photos to get the trekking permit. However, that a trekking consent does not let you to go wherever in the country and you will have to collect different permits for different trekking routes.

Can you brief about the dressing pattern and what should I carry during the tour?
You need to have a couple of pairs of warm wool, jeans or corduroy pants, a warm sweater and a stuffed jacket, a pair of T-shirts and shirts. Thermal innerwear can be good especially during the seasons between November and February. And bring few of woolen and cotton socks too.Also, good shoes are of big importance since we will be walking for around eight hours a day. They should be well-built and comfortable. Bring alongside sneakers or hiking boots. Asyou may have to walk on the snow for long hours, good quality boots are on hand for rent in Kathmandu.

You can also bring ear-plugs to help out you to sleep in spite of different sounds. A battery functioning short-wave radio can be useful to take note to weather reports plus the news. Also carry a pocket knife, bug spray, sunscreen, sunglasses, binoculars, photographic equipment, a compass, a good watch etc.

What are the health precautions that one should take during my trek?
You should carry a good tour book to direct you on physical condition matters. Also, take first-aid stuff with some essential medicine, bandages etc and the details will be mentioned in most travel books. Besides slight illness such as stomach problems, cold, blisters, headaches etc are the main health problem that may occur because of altitude sickness. Once you are on the trek routes above 3000m height, be careful for its symptoms. You must be able to recognize altitude sickness and tips to cure it. The most important part to avoid altitude sickness is proper acclimatization or rest day when you exceed walking above 3,700m. Also keep in mind that you must not try to go up too far above the ground too rapidly- around 450m per day is the suggested amount.

What should be done in case of emergency?
We Third Eye Adventure are prepared for any emergency condition. Our guides are skilled enough in first aid and are able to face the most of the crucial illness that may occur during the trek. But if a serious urgent situation occurs, then other help will be needed. Every trekker should have his or her individual insurance prior to coming to Nepal.

How to book for tour and treks to Nepal?
In case the trip itinerary presented on our website suits you, then you can e-mail us or book online. Also, if you wish for to modify your tour itinerary we can arrange it together and tailor an itinerary that actually go well with your chief interests.

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