• Last Updated on Apr 22, 2018

Are you looking for the cheapest country to travel to around the globe? then Nepal can be the Top choice. Money always plays a big role in daily activities and things to do in life really it does, especially when you are planning on traveling in the world. So, deciding upon a budget is one of the most important aspects associated with trekking in Nepal to decide the right type of budget for the trip involves careful and thoughtful planning. There is something that comes with the cost  of trekking and touring in Nepal it always depends on the following factors 

  • Trekking place that you want to visit in Nepal 
  • The things that you want to do during the trekking trip 
  •  Trekking season that you want to visit in Nepal 
  • The time duration of your trekking trip 
  • Types of accommodation 
  • Type of transportation 
  •  Types of shopping 
  • Food and drinks 
  • The number of people in your group also plays a big role in budget
  • Number of the staff that you want to take during your trekking trip  
  • Trekking in Nepal costs considerations that most  people want to know before planning trip

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Cost of  transportation

Another important factor that impacts your budget is Transportation while trekking in Nepal as if you are traveling from one destination to another destination involves the cost to be incurred. There are many options available for Local buses, public cabs, daily flights to domestic destinations even jeeps and cars. To cut down some expenses on your budget you can go with the public transportation, you will also get the chance to take an adventure and new experience in your lifetime. There are many tourist buses to drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara and Chitwan and back to Kathmandu which cost starts from 8 $to 30$ one way per person. The people who have limited time and don't want to do road trips can take the flight to most of the destinations in Nepal.

List of the flight cost

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Cost of trekking permits

There are many different regions and conservation areas to do trekking in Nepal. You need to pay a certain amount to enter that area. The government of Nepal will issue permits for foreign tourists who want to do trekking in different areas of Nepal. for the trekking in the restricted areas, you need to buy special permits from the immigration board of Nepal, and if you want to trek in conservation areas like Chitwan national park, Sagarmatha National park, Annapurna conservation area, Manaslu conservation area some of such protected areas we will need to issue the permits from Nepal Tourism Board.

The entry fee for foreign nationals for National parks and conservation areas are below

Annapurna Conservation area: 20$ per person
Manaslu conservation area: 20$ per person
Sagarmatha conservation area: 37$  per person
Langtang National park: 37$ per person
Makalu Barun national park: 40$ per person
SAARC national has to pay NRs.200(2$) as the permit fees for the restricted areas the permit charge depends on the duration of the trek in the region and the trekking season too but such as Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpo area you need to pay 500$ per person for ten days but if you want to explore more then ten days in that region you will need to pay 50$ per person per day as an extra.

Cost of Accommodations 

The rooms of the tea houses in the most popular trekking destination are of standard designed to provide you extra comfort. almost all teahouses offer twin bedrooms (room with two beds) where toilet bathroom and shower are available outside from the room for the low cost of the accommodation, but if you are willing to pay more you can get the room with more facilities including bathroom and hot shower inside. Most of the accommodation in trekking regions cost from 4$ (400 NRs) to 15$(1500NRs) excluding meal. As well as in the mountain the hotels have their own rules that wherever you stay you need to eat in the same hotel. If you just take a room and eat outside they may charge you 5 times more only for the room, which means they don't sell only the rooms.

Cost for Guide and porter

To lead the way in Mountain and take care of you we highly recommend taking a professional trekking guide. They can organize everything in advance on the trekking route. and on the other hand, porters are very important to make your trip easier and more comfortable. normally the cost for an experienced English-speaking guide cost will start from 30$ (3000NRs) to 40 $(4000) and for a porter, the cost starts from 25$(2500) to 30$( 3000NRs) they are always ready to carry your heavy backpack during the trekking in mountain. If you are satisfied with the services of your guide and appreciated their work then you are free to express your thanks for a little tip.

Other Miscellaneous Costs

During the trekking in Nepal Himalaya, many areas charge you an extra cost to consider your budget like charging your electronic things such as camera, Mobile phone, power bank, laptop, will cost 2$ (200NRs) per hour, as well as it is also depended on the season. Normally in the offseason, there won't be many people in the hotel so at that time they may give you for free. Nowadays along with the most popular routes many tea houses sell WiFi service, especially in Annapurna and Everest region and it will cost 3$ (300NRs ) per hour so if you are planning to visit Nepal here We are always ready to provide hiking details of cost, itinerary, permits, and flight details. if are looking for information about Nepal please feel free to contact us 

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Dipak Sapkota

Namaste This is me Dipak Sapkota Born in the mid-west part of Nepal called Dhading district Ganesh Himal region. I want to personally thank you for visiting my blog. My experience includes over 15 years of traveling and trekking in Nepal. I want to share my experience with you and help you to accomplish your goals. As an Adventure, I understand the stress and excitement that coincide with travel.

 I truly know each and every person is different and their unique desires. so please let me know about your adventure plan what you have always dreamed of. Please feel free to contact me personally at any time, Regarding any questions, you may have or if you simply want to touch base about a trek and adventure in Nepal. Also if you are interested to know more about my trekking tour, and adventure journey follow me on  Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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