Terms & Conditions

Booking a trip:

We kindly request you to reserve your spot on the adventure of your choice by completing the reservation form on our website. This will serve as a provisional confirmation of your itinerary, and our team will promptly send you a payment invoice. Once we receive the deposit or full payment, your journey with us will be confirmed, and we look forward to welcoming you on board.

Confirming a Trip:

Our trip confirmation policy is that the traveler should make a deposit of 25% of the total trip cost in our company bank account. The remaining balance should be paid upon arrival in Nepal before the start of the trip

Payment method:

We accept bank checks, Visa and Mastercard, wire transfers, and Western Union transfers. We also accept cash currencies such as US Dollar, Euro, Pound, Japanese Yen, Hong Kong Dollar, Australian Dollar, and Singapore Dollar.

If you choose to make a payment in cash, please make sure to obtain a receipt from the person or company to whom you paid. Make sure to obtain the personal identification, stamp of the company, and signature of the receiver for proof of payment. Otherwise, we will not be responsible.

Payment gateway:

Visa, Mastercard, and Maestro cards are accepted and are preferred as credit card options.

NOTE: Any bank charges incurred while making payments with credit cards will be the responsibility of the client.

Bank details:

Himalayan Bank Ltd.


A/C: 019 08 64 46 700 18


Current Account USD


Cancellation and refund policies for this trip are as follows:

If you need to cancel your trip, please note that the following refund amounts will apply based on the timing of the cancellation:

❖ Cancellations made at least one month prior to the departure date will receive a full refund.

❖ Cancellations made between 2 to 3 weeks prior to the departure date will receive a 50% refund.

❖ Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the departure date will receive a 25% refund.

❖ Unfortunately, cancellations made less than one week prior to the departure date will not be eligible for any refund.

Keep in mind before planning a trip:

Health and Fitness: It is important to ensure perfect mental and physical health before embarking on any trip. It is recommended that you consult with a doctor before engaging in any adventurous activities or planning a trip.

Passport and Visa:When traveling to a foreign country, it is important to ensure that you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining before its expiration date and at least 2 blank visa pages. This is because many countries require that your passport is valid for at least six months beyond your expected departure date and has sufficient blank pages for visa stamps and entry/exit stamps.

Travel Insurance: As a traveler, it is advisable to purchase a comprehensive travel insurance package that covers potential medical issues, personal accidents, emergency helicopter evacuation, loss or damage of personal belongings, and trip cancellations, especially if you are planning to trek to high altitudes up to 5,500 meters, such as Everest Base Camp. It is also important to ensure that the insurance covers the cost of cancellation for both your international flight and the trek. The minimum recommended coverage amount is USD 100,000. Many insurance companies offer travel insurance services online, so you can easily find a plan that meets your needs.

COVID-19 vaccination certification: To obtain a Nepal tourist visa during the ongoing pandemic, travelers need to show either a completed COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a QR code or a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of boarding.

Health documents: If you are traveling to a country with specific health requirements or if you have previously been sick with a particular disease, make sure to bring the necessary health documents with you on your trip.

Driver's license: If you plan on driving while on tour, make sure to bring your driver's license.

Credit cards and cash: Bring enough cash and credit cards to cover your expenses while on tour.

Emergency contact information: Write down the contact information for someone you trust in case of an emergency. This could include a family member, friend, or employer.

Company won't be responsible:

It is important to note that we cannot be held liable for any loss or damage to your personal belongings while on the trip, including but not limited to cameras, phones, luggage, walking poles, wallets, and money. It is recommended that you take necessary precautions to secure your belongings and consider purchasing travel insurance to cover any potential loss or damage.

Please note that if any reason you split from the group or return to Kathmandu earlier or later than our tentative trip itinerary, you will be responsible for purchasing your own meals, porters, transportation, such as bus fare or airplane fare including guide's charges. Additionally, you will be responsible for any extra nights' accommodation and meals in Kathmandu. The company will only cover your accommodation, transportation, and porters according to the trip program. When you go out from the company's tentative trip program, the company will not be responsible for any additional expenses.