Everest view From Kalapathar


1. Is your company government registered agency?

Yes, we are government licensed trekking agency in Nepal. We are in this field since last 12 years or so. We value our clients and enjoy doing our work.

2. What is the best time to visit Nepal?

The best trekking season in Nepal starts after the summer and before the winter season. The best time considered for trekking in Nepal starts from mid of September to the mid of December as well as in spring season which is from March to May. During this time the weather is pleasant i.e. mildly warm in low areas while moderate in hilly and mountainous regions.  Winter season which is from mid of December to February is recommended only for low altitudes trek, safaris and tours.

3. Can I do the trekking in Nepal even if I haven’t done any trekking before?

Sure, in fact it is the best place to start for that. We are always more than happy to find the best trek and assign the best guide that suits you.

You do not need to require any trekking experience before or any technical experience, make sure that you are in good physical and mental condition then you are good to go.

4. What about the visa for travelling Nepal?

You can easily get a visa to Nepal after arriving at the airport. However, there will be lengthy queue at the airport for that, therefore it’s advisable for you to obtain a visa from a Nepal embassy in your home country.

If you want to get a visa at the airport you need to present 2 1.5”x1.5” pictures, fill up the form and certain US $ depending on your stay in Nepal.  






15 days

Multiple entry

US $ 25 or equivalent other convertible foreign currency


30 days

Multiple entry

US $ 40 or equivalent other convertible foreign currency


90 days

Multiple entry

US $ 100 or equivalent other convertible foreign currency

For further information please visit: http://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa

5. Does your company provide airport pickup facility?

Absolutely, we do provide airport pick up facility for our guests who are booked with us already for any packages. Representatives from our company will be waiting at the airport with the board in hand where your name and Incredible Treks is written clearly.

6. What is the accommodation like?

In Kathmandu, Pokhara and other major cities, accommodations will be in the hotel of your choice. We do have wide range of hotels ranging from luxury deluxe rooms to budget rooms to meet your demands. If not, a three star hotel or equivalent to it will be reserved for you. If you need a upgrade to four star or five star hotel, we are more than happy to reserve it to you for an extra cost.

However, when you are in the trek, your accommodation will be arranged in the teahouses. You need to be aware that the teahouses are very basic where the bathroom is shared, bedrooms are relatively small and dinner will be served in the communal dining rooms. Even though the teahouse is quite simple, the hospitality around there will be great and the people are very friendly and generous.

7. What currency should I bring when travelling to Nepal?

We recommend you to carry US dollars but other major currencies are also accepted here. VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS as well as debit cards and credit cards are also accepted here.

8. Will the guide and porters be fluent in English?

Generally our tour guides and trekking guides are fluent in English who are selected on the basis of their experience and leadership skills. They are able to explain anything that interests you and have more than enough knowledge about the cultural, historical as well as geological aspect of Nepal. Our porters speak reasonably good English as well.

9. How are the groups organized for the trek?

Well it depends on the region where you are heading. Apart from certain regions like Manaslu, Dolpo, Mustang and Kanchenjunga, we run trip for any number of persons including single. However for the sake of successful trip, we would like to keep a group up to maximum of 12 persons.

10. What is the availability of water during the trek? How much water should I consume everyday during the trek?

While you are on the trek you should bring water bottles and water purification tablets. There is plenty of water available on the trails to fill your water bottles which is good to drink after you use water purification tablets for a good half an hour. We dont advise our guests to carry mineral water bottles because the used bottles of the water will create pollution in the surrounding environment.

Drinking 3-4 liters of water per day during the trek is highly recommended.

11. How long should the trekkers walk each day?

Well it depends on the type of trekking you are heading at. If you are on the easy trek, you should not expect more than 4 to 5 hours of walk per day. But if you are going for a moderate trek, then you may have to walk up to 6 to 7 hours depending on the schedule. Dangerous and strenuous treks may be physically and mentally demanding and may be you need to walk for up to 8-9 hours.

All of our itineraries are flexible, so we can alter it according to the climatic and geographical conditions as well as physical condition of the trekkers.

12. How fit should one have to be for the trek?

If you are used to some regular physical exercise and moderately fit then you won’t have any problem during the trek.  However we recommend you to have some training program well before the start of your trek. Our guide will allow you to have proper rest time during the trek so that you can acclimatize well with the conditions.

13. What sort of clothes should be used during the trek?

Depending on the terrain you need to choose your outfit. The clothes you choose must address the warmth of the day as well as the chill of the night. T-shirts and lightweight trekking trousers are recommended for lower altitudes trek. For the night, some woolen warm clothes and jackets will do. However for higher altitudes and to the places where there is snow, thermal innerwear, down jackets and good boots are the most.

14. What should I carry during the trek?

As they say, always travel light, so we follow that rule too. You need to carry a day pack which should be of reasonable size to include your clothes, sun creams, cameras and other things. Porters will be there to carry the heavier loads.

15. Can I charge my gadgets during the trek?

Absolutely, you can charge your gadgets in the teahouses. You may or may not have to pay for the charging of your gadgets depending on the place.

16. What about the availability of the trekking gears?

You can purchase the requried trekking gears here in Nepal at Thamel or we can arrange you the requried gears on rent basis.

17. What about the shower arrangements during the trek?

You can find the shared shower at the teahouses. But as you climb higher, it will be more and more unpleasant so it’s always better to stay on the safe side. But it is recommended for you to bring wet wipe for the higher altitudes.

18. What sort of weather can be expected during the trek?

Generally during the trekking season the weather is always pleasant. However weather in the mountains is always unpredictable. That’s why you need to stay alert at all the time during the trek. At night it is generally cold but in the days it is much warmer. During the winter season which is from middle of December to February, the temperature is considerably lower and there will be bit of snow so you need to stay warm and dry at almost every time.

19. Should I bring my entire luggage on the trek?

Any luggage which you don’t need during the trekking will be securely stored at the hotel in the Kathmandu or in the store of the company.

20. Do you have a weight limit for each trekker to carry during the trek?

We don’t have any strict weight limit for the trekkers but still it is recommended that the weight should be around 15 kgs per guest. It should be kept in mind that the hard luggage creates problem during the trek so you should rather use softer bags.

21. Can we change the itinerary?

Well depending upon the situation, you can modify your itinerary to some extent with the consultation with your guide as well as the manager at the office. Since the trekking is at the remote areas of Nepal, sometimes the unforeseen or uncalled circumstances may compel you to change the itinerary completely. In such situation, you along with us and your guide will discuss about the similar other trekking option for you.

22. What are the arrangements for the emergency?

It depends on the nature of emergency. If you are sick then our guide will help you to descend to lower altitudes. But in the case of serious medical emergency, you will be rescued from your position by the helicopter. Please make sure that you are insured with the travel insurance that covers you for an evacuation service as well as trekking in high altitudes.

23. Will your company provide help on booking hotels, domestic tickets, international tickets and other services?

We can arrange and take care of your domestic tickets, hotel reservations and other services as well. However it is advisable to arrange international ticket from your home country.

24. Is it ok if I bring my medication with me?

Yes, only if you bring the proper prescription with you and the medicines should be in its original container.

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