Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. 1,350m
Day 02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trek preparation 1350m
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. 1700m 7 hours
Day 04: Hike from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel.2480m 6 hours
Day 05: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang village. 3541m 7 hours
Day 06: Hike from Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa 3900m 4 hours
Day 07: Climb Tsergo Ri and return back to Kyanjin Gompa 3900m 7/8 hours
Day 08: Trek through Ganja La Phedi.4800m 5/6 hours
Day 09: Cross the Ganja La Pass 5160M and walk to Keldang.4300m 7 hours
Day 10: Hike from Keldang to Yak Kharka.3500M 6 hours
Day 11: Further descend to Tarke Gyang. 2550m 6 hours
Day 12: Trek from Tarke Gyang to Sermathang2530m 4 hours
Day 13: Hike to Melamchi Pool Bazaar and drive back to Kathmandu. 1350m 6/7 hours
Day 16: Departure
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. 1,350m
After the arrival of you’re at Tribhuwan International Airport, our customer receiving member will greet with attractive preparations and will drive you up to the booked hotel from the means of your comfort. If your arrival is accurate as planned then, we will also take you to well-hygienic restaurant along with opportunity to take a short glimpse over the taste of foods, entertaining dances, etc. of different ethnic castes of Nepal and if the arrival is late then we may do this in next day. Next day morning, you will be taken to the head office and you will be told about your trekking routes, activities, destinations and their time periods briefly. Then, we will introduce you to your trekking guide.
Day 02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trek preparation1350m
in day second , you will taken to a full day tour of Kathmandu city after your breakfast where you will be briefly told about each destination centers like about their history, area, founder, time of establishment, etc. and also your extra curiosities on certain sectors by trekking guide. You will be taken to places that are included in world heritage sites by UNESCO like Boudhanath, Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, etc. After finishing the city tour, we will meet again to check your clothing and trekking equipment (sleeping bag, jacket and trekking boots). We will actually be spending nights also in Kathmandu
DAY 3: Drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi. 1700m 7 hours
this day, we drive uphill along the northern hills of Kathmandu along with the roaring Trishuli River to Dhunche. Then we descend down to Syabrubesi. We stay at Syabrubesi for the night.
DAY 4: Hike from Syabrubesi to Lama Hotel.2480m 6 hours
This day, we follow the path of Langtang River and we cross many suspension bridges today on our way. Though there are constant ups and downs along the trail it is an easy trek. We keep on experiencing the impenetrable views of the mountains and local lifestyle.
DAY 5: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang village. 3541m 7 hours
This day, we pass through the lush green vegetation as we climb towards Langtang. The view of Langtang Lirung visible on the way restarts you and your mind too. We pass across water mills, prayer wheels and Chortens on our way. We stay at the local village for the night.
DAY 6: Hike from Langtang to Kyanjin Gompa 3900m 4 hours
This day, we continue our journey of Ganja La Pass trek. From Langtang Valley the trail climbs gradually to Sindum and to Yamphu. Crossing Laja River, we reach the viewpoint from where we can observe Kyanjin Gompa and the beautiful icefall from Langtang Lirung. The path is then downhill until we arrive at Kyanjin Gompa.
DAY 7: Climb Tsergo Ri and return back to Kyanjin Gompa 3900m 7/8 hours
The climb to the Tsergo Ri is one of the hardest treks you will experience in your life. But, the pain is converted into pleasure and happiness by one of the most beautiful view of the great mountains. We return back to Kyanjin Gompa for the overnight. Note: The Tsergo Ri is found to be above 5000 m above the sea level.
DAY 8: Trek through Ganja La Phedi.4800m 5/6 hours
This day, crossing the Langtang River and climbing through forests of rhododendrons, we enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility. The time taken to pass via the Ganja La depends upon the ongoing season.
DAY 9: Cross the Ganja La Pass 5160M and walk to Keldang.4300m 7 hours
This day, we follow the trail to cross Ganja La-Pass. This pass is considered to be one of the most breathtaking pass of the whole country. It is covered with snow throughout the year. Ganja La, lying on the rocky moraine offers the splendid views. We come across boulders and small lakes as we ascend to the summit. After reaching the peak, we descend towards Keldang.
DAY 10: Hike from Keldang to Yak Kharka.3500M 6 hours
We hike from Keldang to Yak Kharka. As we lose altitude, the vegetation around gradually becomes dense and begin to surround us.
DAY 11: Further descend to Tarke Gyang. 2550m 6 hours
We descend further from yak Kharka to Tarke Gyang this day. This day can cover an altitude decrease of more than 1500m.
DAY 12: Trek from Tarke Gyang to Sermathang2530m 4 hours
This day, we enter the Helambu Region as we pass through the small forest. Sermathang is an awesome place to learn about lifestyle of distinctive mountainous culture and lifestyle.
DAY 13: Hike to Melamchi Pool Bazaar and drive back to Kathmandu. 1350m 6/7 hours
This day, we reach the final destination of our trek. We encounter a beautiful Sherpa village named Melamchi Pool village. We will drive back to Kathmandu enjoying the natural scenery along the highway.
Day 14: Departure
Our office representatives will escort you to the airport for your connecting flight home. It’s been wonderful meeting you & knowing you all of these weeks. We are sure you’ve had the vacation of a lifetime & we hope you will pass on your experiences to the generations to come. We will remember you & also hope you will remember us in the days ahead. Take care!!! You can place any of your complaints, recommendations or suggestions regarding any matter.
You must pack all of your belongings in 2 bags:
1 backpack and
1 large soft travel bag.
The backpack: Hiking backpack with a capacity of 40/45 liters, it will be useful for the transport of your personal belongings during the day. It will also serve you as hand luggage when traveling for all your business, and keeping your fragile devices (camera) and medicines too.
Water purification drops or tablets: It’s better as economically and environmentally if you pack enough water purifying drops or tablets instead of buying mineral water in non-biodegradable plastic bottles.
Large flexible travel bag: It must contain the rest of your accessories. It will be in the hold during air transport. It will be transported by porters and / or animals and / or vehicles. A point to be noted is that the air regulations limit the weight of baggage between 20 and 30 kg per person depending on the companies on the international flight. However, It is possible to leave a luggage in Kathmandu containing own belongings for your return.
One pair of high-quality sunglasses with enough UV protection 2: Make sure you buy genuine UV protection sunglasses. The sun’s rays are particularly strong the higher up you go.
Water bottles required: It’s better if you have two bottles, one for drinking, and the other for water preparation or backup.
T-shirts (1 for 2 or 3 days of walking). Avoid cotton, very long to dry; Prefer short sleeve t-shirts (breathable material) in Capilene (Patagonia), Dryflo (Lowe Alpine), Light Effect (Odlo) etc...
One sweater (remarks as above) or long sleeve shirt and one “polar fleece" jacket such as Polartec 200 or Wind stopper or Windproof.
One Gore-tax jacket, simple and light, like Paclite or H2No Storm. And one vest or jacket (down or Thermolite) or warm anorak for the evening, especially in autumn
One short or Bermuda
One trekking pants and one comfortable pant for the evening type sweat pants. And one Waterproof breathable pant (optional)
Underwear required: Comfortable underwear is essential. Pack both cotton and polyester in case of problems or Friction.
Walking socks (1 pair for 2 to 3 days walking). Avoid socks type "tennis" (cotton), very long to dry and there is a high risk of formation of blisters; preferring those based on Coolmax for example.
One pair of hiking shoes of very good quality and one pair of gaiters (optional) and one pair of sandals
One pair of relaxing shoes for the evening (optional) the list of clothing must be modulated according to the season chosen. Equipment.
One pair of telescopic sticks: makes it easy to climb and downhill and is very useful for rough or slippery terrain and crossing rivers.
One headlamp and pocket knife (to be put in the luggage in the hold)
One pocket knife (to be put in the luggage in the hold)
One small pouch (preferably waterproof) to put money
One umbrella that can also protect from the sun (optional, available on site)
One paperback book (for the long wait, inevitable in Nepal)
One Plastic bags to protect your belongings from moisture
• One Toiletry: take preferably biodegradable products (there is a biodegradable liquid soap of CAD brand).
• One towel: there are some that dry quickly: mark Packtowl (exist in 4 sizes).
• Earplugs (optional)
• Toilet paper + lighter
• Sunscreen + lip stick Bedding
• One sleeping bag at -10 ° C in "comfort" temperature in autumn
• One bag sheet (easier to wash after the trekking than the sleeping bag)
• One pillowcase (comfort and hygiene) Note: it is possible to rent a sleeping bag in Kathmandu (to be booked as soon as you register but pay on site with our correspondent)
o Your usual medications
o Vitamin C or polyvitamin
o Pain medication: paracetamol preferably
o Anti-diarrheal (type Lopémaride or Tiorfan ...)
o Intestinal dressing (Smecta type)
o Broad spectrum antibiotic treatment: allow 8 days of treatment (on prescription)
o Eye drops (dust, ophthalmia) and antibiotic eye cream
o Purifying tablets for water (Micropur forte or Aquatabs)
o Elastic adhesive tape (Elastoplast type, 6 cm wide)
o Adhesive dressings + disinfectants
o Anti-inflammatory ointment
o Cold and sore throat treatment (pills)
o Effective mosquito repellent in tropical area.
o Diamox tablet for the prevention or treatment of acute mountain sickness (by prescription)
Authorized agencies can apply for trekking permits along with following documents
Online application form (trekkers) Link to Trekking Permit Application
Copy of Passport
Copy of valid Visa sufficient to cover trekking days
Name lists of trekkers
Program Schedule of trekking
Guarantee letter of Agency
Agreement with Agency
Tax clearance Certificate of Trekking Agency
Documents relating to insurance of the trekkers (foreign nationals) and Nepalese staff accompanying the trekkers
License issued by The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Civil Aviation to operate trekking business
License issued by Nepal Rastra Bank allowing exchanging of foreign currencies
Program schedule of trekking
Registration Certificate of Permanent Account Number
Voucher of Bank payment (fees) for permits
ONLINE VISA FROM YOU CAN VISIT THIS OFFICIAL LINK -http://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa
Fill in ' Arrival Card '
Fill in Online ‘Tourist Visa ‘form ( you can fill it up prior to your arrival visiting our official website Department of Immigration / fill it up using Kiosk machines upon your arrival at the airport). If you fill it from the website, you will get submission Receipt with barcode, please print it out and bring it along for acquiring visa. It works for fifteen days and becomes invalid then after. If so, you will have to fill it up again.
Make payment at the bank according to your visa requirement ( 15/30/90 Days)
Get the receipt
While you can use different modes of payments (at visa fees collection counter), we advise you to carry some cash to be on the safe side.
On Arrival Visa Fee
15 Days – 25 USD
30 Days – 40 USD
90 Days – 100 USD
Proceed to the Immigration Desk with your online form, payment receipts and your passport
Hand in your documents to immigration officer for visa processing. He/she issues visa to you upon his/her satisfaction.
Gratis Visa (Visa for Free)
Gratis Visa is issued free of cost in case of following categories of Visa applicants:
Children below 10 years
Up to 30 days for SAARC Citizen (except Afghanistan) visiting Nepal for the first time in a given visa Year. Afghan citizen are eligible for Gratis Visa on Arrival only upon the recommendation of Department of Immigration. If you are an Afghan citizen, you can request concerned institution inviting you to Nepal for necessary paperwork with Department of Immigration to get you Gratis Visa 'On Arrival'.
Non Residential Nepalese(NRN) card holder ( issued by MoFA /Nepalese diplomatic missions abroad)
Officials from China, Brazil, Russia and Thailand do not need Entry Visa based on reciprocal visa waiver Agreement
Visas of all kinds including ‘Gratis’ issued at the Airport are Tourist Visas. Contact Department of Immigration for extending your visa or changing the category of your visa. Tourist Visa extension can be done from Immigration Office, Pokhara too. Non tourist visa extension can be done only at Department of Immigration (if eligible) for a period of maximum one year (except business visa).
1. How can I enter in Nepal?
In South Asia, Nepal is known as one of the most popular tourist destination. Direct and non- stop flights from Middle East and Asia to Kathmandu (Capital city of Nepal) are also available in several airlines. Such as direct flights from Paris, London, Doha, Frankfurt, Osaka, Shanghi, Moscow, Bangkok, Singapore, Karachi, Hong-Kong, Bombay, Delhi, Paro, Culcutta, Varanasi and Lhasa.
2. Is someone is going to pick me up from the airport with transfer included?
Yes, the member from our company will come to the airport to pick you up with a display card of Nepal Wild-Land Adventure Company with your name on it. Airport transfer is included for our clients.
3. Do I have pre-departure meeting?
Yes, first of all our staff will receive you at the airport and help you transfer to the hotel while our tour leader will be in waiting for you to give a few brief details regarding about the trip (Trekking).
While briefing our clients are kindly requested to bring their passport, 3 copies of passport size photos, travelling insurance, notepad and writing pen with them.
4. What is our daily routine while in trekking?
We wake up normally at 7am in the morning. And after having breakfast, we repack our stuff and leave it with our other Sherpa team.
We normally go on a trail before 8am, all you need to carry is a stuff which are necessary to you and a camera to capture the beautiful moments while trekking. Our Sherpa team guides hike with an interesting flora and fauna sights. You can also find the spot to relax, use toilet facilities, purchase snacks or any drinks which you prefer and shop for souvenirs.
We will have lunch within 11am to 12pm. A usual day's trek normally ends in the early afternoon like 4pm to 4:30pm. After that you can have a quality time for yourself to read or nap before dinner.
After dinner you can play cards, rememorize all the breath taking moments of your day or chat about tomorrows hiking plans.
5. Is there any communication while we are on trekking?
Yes, of course. Telephone services and internet services are available in all the trekking routes in Everest, Annapurna and Lang tang areas.
6. Can I recharge my camera and other gadgets batteries along the trek?
Yes, in most of the places you can charge your batteries along our trek.
7. About water – are they available at each teahouse? Or are we supposed to bring iodine tablets?
You can buy mineral water, filter or boiled water during the trekking trail. If you want to bring iodine tablets then that would be great.
8. What kind of meals I can have during the trip?
Meals on full protein and nutritious basis will be provided to you during our trekking. Warm and freshly cooked food is served (Western, Continental and Nepalese, Chinese, Indian and Tibetan meals are available in all places). Normally three meals each day will be provided.
9. What will happen if there is an emergency?
For the emergency case, all of our guides are well trained in the basic first aid and can handle the basic aliments that may occur on trek. If the case is out of hand then our team of Nepal Wild-land Adventure trekking will cover the required expenses of rescue operation likewise it is a condition of booking that you are adequately insured for such as event where these expenses will be needed to recovered from your insurance company. In most regions there are also help posts which have been organized and established by the foreign doctors with an expert staffs.
10. Are all of your company staff insured?
All the trekking staff including guides, Sherpas, cooks and porters of our company is insured. They are all protected by fine life insurance policy with facilities of warm clothing and proper shelter on high altitude. We make sure to insure our staff member to be well paid and properly insured.
11. Could you give us some information about the guide?
We guarantee for the safety and security of all the trekkers with the many years of experience in this field with you. All of our staffs and members are well trained on this field with a trekking guide license and experience. We only hire the professional guides who are able to serve in a effective way to the guest and good in fluent English and also the one who can adjust to the Trekkers desired language. Our team members are expert one and are also active for any services as per the preference Of the Trekkers.
12. What kinds of banking facilities are provided in Nepal?
In Nepal you can find modern banking facilities with international banks in KTM (Kathmandu). All foreign currencies along with credit cards are accepted in Nepal. For eg: American Express, Visa and Master Cards. You can also find A.T.M facilities in Nepal.
13. Is travelling alone women with your company is safe?
We guarantee all the safety and security for every individual women traveler while with us. We are more alert and confident for such issues. You can believe us without any doubt for your safety. All the guides of our company are well trained and experienced in such types of cases. Personal room on lodge trek and tent for camping is provided to our clients according to their preference.
14. What happens if I have to leave the trip early?
Sometimes communication on mountain region is difficult but we assure you that in the case like this our company guides will make the best effort to obtain the quick transportation and reservation to get you home as quickly as possible in a safe and sound way.
15. Does this trekking company (Nepal Wild-land Adventure) accept credit cards?
Yes, we accept Visa, American Express and Master Cards. In case, if you are paying in person in Nepal then we kindly request you to pay in cash or traveler's cheque because the bank charges for credit cards are quiet high.
16. Can you arrange extra night lodging in case if I arrive early or depart late?
Is there a single room option?
We would be honored to make arrangements such as extra hotel rooms, personalized tour, airport pickup and arrangements for private rooms. If you need a single room then we request you to indicate us that on your application and we will contact you the details and info on single room supplementary costs.
17. Can I bring some food from home?
Yes, you may bring power gel, cereal bars, and similar high energy foods. We suggest you to bring Gatorade because it is one of the most highly recommended to fight dehydration.
18. Except trip price, how much extra money should I take with me?
This case depends on your spending habits. US$ 15 to US$ 20 per meal in Kathmandu is allocated.US$ 12 to US$ 15 a day should be enough to buy water, hot drinks, hot shower, coca cola, chocolates and other preferable stuffs.
19. Is visa to travel in Nepal is needed? What do I need to get my Visa?
Except Indian citizens, all the other foreign nationals need to obtain visa while entering in Nepal. To travel Nepal for 30 days, you need a visa passport, two passport size photos and US$ 40 for your stay.
20. What's the main form of greeting in Nepal?
Namaste or Namaskar are the common form of greeting in Nepal. You can also say the greeting in words as well as a gesture where you have to join your palms together and bring them closer to your chest and above 5 to 7 inches below your chin. The word Namaskar holds many meaning like Hello, how are you doing?, nice to meet you, good morning and so on.
21. What is the basic Nepali costume that I should know about?
The main and most important thing is that you should take off your shoes before entering one's home or a temple. And also it is considered illegal to take photographs inside the most temples.