Being a travel agent is something that naturally comes with a lot of questions. Here are a few of our most commonly asked questions about working with a travel agent. We’re here to set your mind at ease, if you don’t see your question here, send us an email; we love to talk to you!
Where can get the visa for Nepal visa?
Well, you can obtain a visa easily on arrival at Tribhuvan international airport in Kathmandu or apply beforehand. Most people can obtain a visa on entry to Nepal. ‘On Arrival’ visa procedure is very quick and simple. It will be some queues during peak Tourist season. Make sure you bring a passport photo if you are obtaining your visa on arrival.
On Arrival Visa Fee at Entry Points:
15 Days – 30 USD
30 Days – 50 USD
90 Days – 125 USD
How can I know which trips are departure?
We provide the booking status of each trip, you can check the GUARANTEED column – if a trip is listed as guaranteed, that means we’ve reached the minimum number for the trip to go ahead but that there may still be limited places remaining. Please, call us or email to find out the details.
Is travel insurance really necessary?
Travel Protection plans is available and recommended to help protect you and your trip investment. Travel Protection Policies offered by most major travel insurance providers include benefits such as Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption, Emergency Medical and Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation, Trip Delay, Baggage Delay and more.
How do I book & Pay?
For the most convenient and fastest way, you can book securely online through our website or contact our address to make a booking over the phone. You must pay a deposit of the greatest of 30% of the total for the final reservation, and then the remaining amount should pay upon arrival in Kathmandu or up to 25 days before departure.
What included & excluded in the trip cost?
Well, on our website there are details of the items included or not included in the price are stated on the trip dossier.
What are meals like? Are you able to cater for special deities?
When you’re out exploring above 3500m elevation the meals served at the (mountain guesthouses) on trekking routes are simple but plentiful, which you choose from the menu. Vegetarian and special diets are we always recommend on the mountain. And 3500m below foods is fresh and hearty meals from an organic garden or from nearby local producers.
What happens if I get sick from high altitude?
Our entire trip itinerary is flexible and adaptable and can easily be adjusted accordingly. We know all the trips routes very well. In case any clients have a problem of high altitude sickness over 3000m then you must back down with our team representative. It depends on the situation that you must go by walk or should fly by helicopter from the insurance company or pay in cash yourself.
Are there age limits for your trips?
Most guests range in age from 10 to 65. We do have age minimums of 6 and 13 depending on the duration and difficulty of the activity. Please see age limitations listed under each activity. There is no upper age limit but we prefer to discuss physical fitness and capability with those over 65 before making a reservation. If you have young children, older adults, or anyone who desires a less strenuous guided trip, please contact us.
How many others will be other trips?
Our main principle goals are to focus on quality rather than quantity. Our classic itineraries have a maximum of 12 travellers, giving you greater access to your expert local leader for a more intimate, personalized experience.
Do I need to tip the local guide & Staff?
Your tour guide, porter works hard to ensure you have a great trip, so please don’t t hold back if you feel they have earned a tip for their efforts. You can choose to tips for them individually or make a group presentation on the last day of your trip. For the tip details, we will brief in Kathmandu before starting your trip.
What if I have questions?
Please do email us at email@example.com – we will response to you within 24-hrs.