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Nepal Trekking Guide and Porters  2019 – Nepal Tea house Trekking  Only | Your guide to hiring  in Nepal 

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Nepal Trekking Guide and Porters 2019

Your guide to hiring a guide for trekking in Nepal Before I even arrived in Nepal I was worried about both trekking and finding the right guide and Porters . Knowing the difference between a guide and a porter-guide is important It’s not easy to know what to expect when you arrive in Nepal, or even from home when planning a trek. From online tour companies claiming the world to confusing forums there is a lot of information out there. This page will help you with answers to the questions I had before arriving.

Nepal Guide Info Team ( Nepal Planet Treks and Expeditions ) Paknajol Thamel Kathmandu . We provide English speaking Nepalese Trekking Guides and porters for tea house treks in Manasulu, Mustang, Everest,Annapurna, Langtang , Kanchenjunga base camp, Makalu base camp, Lower Dolpo, Upper Dolpo Trekking Mardi Himal trek , Kopra Dada Trekking , Ganesh himal Trekking and Nar Phu Valley Trekking . This gives you control over what you spend on food and accommodation on a daily basis so making it a fairly cheap option whilst having a Guide to look after you, show you the way and explain things regarding the local mountains and culture.
Contact Us in advance or phone us in our Kathmandu office:+ 977 14252196. Mobile: + 977 9841613822
or Nepal Planet Treks and Expedition ,Paknajol , Thamel Kathmandu .
Note: Guide/Porter prices are the same if you are 1 person or 2 0r 3 people ( 2 Max ) – so if you are 1 you pay the price per day below – if you are 3 you can divide it by 3 – Easy and Cheap!All prices are in dollars .
The fixed day price rate includes the Guide salary, their food and their accommodation insurance and Trekking gear . The Guide transportation is extra as quoted ( the same applies to Porters ). If you want the guide to organise air or bus tickets and do things in Kathmandu pre-departure then it will cost you another day or two in his/her salary depending on what you need doing. In addition to the Guide price you need to pay your National Park entry, food and accommodation and transport fees as well.
Annapurna Circuit Trekking
Guide with salary, food, insurance, trekking gear and accommodation : 25$ per day + Transport – Flight Jomsom – Pokhara : 40$ return – Bus KTM – Pokhara: 8$ return – Jeep – Pokhara – Jomson: 40$ return.
Porter with salary, food and accommodation : 18$ (porters are obtained in Jomsom)
Mustang Permit:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For Foreign Nationals :500$
Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Fees:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For SAARC Nationals :15$
For Foreign Nationals :30$
TIMS Card: 20$
Flights for Foreign Nationals: Jomsom – Pokhara One Way Flight: 113$ – Bus: KTM – Pokhara: 15$ return.
Manaslu:
Guide with salary, food and accommodation: 50$ per day + Transport – Bus KTM/Arughat: 10$ + Syange – KTM : 10$
Porter with salary, food and accommodation: 24$ (porters obtained in Arughat)
Manasulu Conservation Permit:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For Foreign Nationals :20$
Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Fees:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For SAARC Nationals 10$
For Foreign Nationals 20$
TIMS Card:no need
Transport: Bus KTM – Arughat: 9$ + Sange – KTM: 10$,
Annapurna Conservation Area: does not include Dhaulagiri, Lamjung Himal, Na and Phu, Tilicho Lake
Guide with salary, food and accommodation: 30$ per day + Transport – Bus to and from Pokhara: $15 – Flight Pokhara return: 50$.
Porter With salary, food and accommodation: $25 + Transport – Bus to and from Pokhara: $15 – Flight Pokhara return: $50.
Annapurna Conservation Area Entry Fees:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For SAARC Nationals $15
For Foreign Nationals $30
TIMS Card:$20
Flights for Foreign Nationals:
KTM – Pokhara: 105 one Way – Bus to and from Pokhara: 10$.
Everest – Sagarmatha National Park: does not include Tashi Laptsa and Arun Valley Trekking
Guide with salary, food and accommodation: $30 per day + Transport – Flight KTM – Lukla return 100$
Porter with salary, food and accommodation: $25 (porters obtained in Lukla)
Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fees:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For SAARC Nationals 18$
For Foreign Nationals 32$
TIMS Card: $20
Flights for Foreign Nationals:
KTM – Lukla return – $280
Langtang – Gosaikunda – Helambu, Tamang Heritage Area: does not include Ganja LA, Dorjee Lakpa / Tilmangs Pass, Panch Pokhari and Mailung Khola
Guide with salary, food and accommodation: 25$ per day + Transport – Bus to and from Syabru Besi: $10 – Bus to and from Melamchi Bazaar: $10.
Porters
with salary, food and accommodation: 22$ + Transport – Bus to and from Syabru Besi: 10$ – Bus to and from Melamchi Bazaar: 10$.
Langtang National Park Entry Fees:
For Nepali Nationals Free
For SAARC Nationals 18$
For Foreign Nationals 33$
TIMS Card: 20$

Makalu Base Camp and Kanchenjunga base camp :
Guide with salary, food and accommodation: 30$ per
Porter with salary, food and accommodation: $25
All necessary paper works and Barun National Park entry permits fee.30$
Kanchenjunga Trek Permit

You will need a special restricted permit for Kanchenjunga. Also, KCAP entry permit is needed. A printed copy of passport size photo, original passport with at least six months of validity, minimum two trekkers and authorized agency can’t be avoided

Hire A Nepal Trekking Guides and Porters – Nepal Tea House Trekking

The areas and required fees are as follows:

S.N Trekking Area Permit Fee:

1 DOLPA DISTRICT
a. Areas of Upper Dolpa For the first 10 days US$ 500 per person and after 10 days US$ 50 per day person or equivalent foreign currency
b. Areas of Lower Dolpo Per week per person US$ 10 or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
2 MUSTANG DISTRICT
Areas of Upper Mustang For the first 10 days US$ 500 per person and after 10 days US$ 50 per day per person, or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
3 GORKHA DISTRICT
a. Manaslu Region From September to November US$ 70 per week per person and after 7 days US$ 10 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency. From December to August US$ 50 per week per person and after 7 days US$ 7 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
b. Areas of Chhekampar and Chunchet VDC (Sirdibas-Lokpa-Chumling-Chhekampar -Nile-Chhule Area) From September to November, per person US$ 35 for first 8 days and from December to August per person US$ 25 for first 8 days or equivalent convertible foreign currency
4 MUGU DISTRICT
Areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and Bhangri For the first 7 days US$90 per person and after 7 days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
5 MANANG DISTRICT
Areas of Nar and Phu From September to November, US$ 90 per week per person and December to August US$ 75 per week per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
6 DOLAKHA DISTRICT
Gaurishankar and Lamabagar Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
7 RASUWA DISTRICT

Thuman and Timure Per week per person US$ 10 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

8 HUMLA DISTRICT:

Simikot and Yari (Areas of Limi and Muchu village Development Committee, and area way to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma Village Development committee) For the first 7 days US$ 50 per person and after 7 days US$7 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
9 SANKHUWASABHA

Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa,Hatiya and Pawakhola VDCs) For the first four weeks, US$ 10 per person per week and After four weeks, US$20 per person per week or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
10TAPLEJUNG DISTRICT

Kanchanjanga Region (Areas of Olangchung Gola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin VDCs)

Per week per person US$ 10 or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
11 BAJHANG DISTRICT

(Areas of Kanda, Saipal and Dhuli) For the first 7 days, US$ 90 per person and After seven days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
12 DARCHULA DISTRICT

(Areas of Byas VDC) For the first 7 days, US$ 90 per person and after 7 days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
Note:a. To get a group trekking permit an application form with other relevant documents should be submitted through any registered trekking agency of Nepal.
b. Trekking fee can be paid in Nepalese currency: Notwithstanding anything written in above, the Indian citizen can pay in Nepalese currency equivalent to US Dollars.

 

How much does a guide cost during a Nepal and Hiking?

Annapurna regions guides and Porters charge less. Far west Nepal trekking guides/ Porters also charge more. Generally Low-end guide prices can start at around $22 per day and Porter16$. The average cost of a good trekking guide is $30 and Porter &22

How large is Pokhara?

Pokhara is the 26th-largest hydroelectric power station in Nepal by capacity (1.5 MW). The top 10 power stations in Nepal are: Syangja, Lamjung, Tanahun, Makwanpur, Dolkha, Lamjung Marsyangdi Rural Municipality, Sindhupalchowk, Darchula, Nuwakot.

What’s the difference between hiking and trekking?

The main difference between the two is that hiking is mainly a leisure activity which is done by walking on well-made trails and man-made roads. However, trekking is more rigorous, and a more challenging activity Like Pokhara to Sarangkot back to Pokhara it Called Hiking and Everest base camp/ Annapurna Base Camp it called Trekking

How many types of trekking/ hikes are in Nepal?

There are four Types of Trekking. Trekking/Hiking in Nepal can be divided into mainly four types of trekking namely: camping trek, tea house trek and guide and porter trek and home stay trekking. 1. Camping trek is one of the most adventurous, fully organized, supportive and enjoyable trek for the trekkers.

What is easy trekking it means in Nepal?

Trekking: Is a category of adventure travel, typically involving visits to remote areas, with overnight lodging in tents or other minimal accommodation. It is less strenuous than hiking but more strenuous then walking. In comparison to trekking in Nepal

What is tea house trekking it means in Nepal?

In Nepal, we typically talk of two types of treks: tea house and camping. The Nepali word “Bhatti,” is the direct translation for tea house and the most popular trekking routes of Nepal link tea houses together along a route Tea Houses are local lodges where you get to eat and sleep during your trek and Camping trek it means you can bring all food accommodations from city and stay each day different area and camp .

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