- Do I need a visa to enter Nepal?
Except Indian citizens all other foreign nationals need visas to enter Nepal. You get Nepalese visa from Nepalese Embassy or consulate in your home country.
- Can I get a VISA on arrival at Kathmandu airport?
Yes, you can obtain your entry visa at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu upon your arrival.
- What do I need to get my visa?
You need a valid passport, two passport size photos and the visa fee.
- What is the visa fee for Nepal?
The Visa fees are 15 days US $30, 30 days US $50 and 90 days US $125.
- Where is your office located?
Our office is located on beautiful city Pokhara Lakeside, Khahare ,19th street.
- Who is responsible to pick up and drop up?
As a responsible company we take full responsibility to organize your pick up and drop at Kathmandu airport.
- How many people will be in the group?
We are flexible with numbers of participants in a group from minimum 2 people to maximum 10 people.
8. Are self-guided tours offered for solo travellers?
Yes we do offer self- guided solo tours. However, due to the need for single room occupancy, listed prices will not apply. Please contact us for a custom quote.
- Can I bring my own bike?
You are more than welcome to bring your own bike, but please note that we cannot take responsibility for the safety of or damage to your personal bike. You are responsible for the maintenance of your bike and any spare parts that may be used during the trip. You are also responsible for assembling your bike upon arrival and disassembling it upon departure as well as any and all shipping arrangements needed to get your bike to and from the trip. There is no trip price difference for bringing your own bike.
- How can i train for a trek travel cycling vacation?
If you’re looking to put in some focused miles on bike before your next trip, we offer a variety of training options to get you ready to rock.
- What kind of support do you offer on mountain bike trips?
Your guide will describe the featured ride of each day.Those who want more miles and more technical terrain and those who want less may split into two groups in order to ride different trails or simply go at different speeds. If you choose not to ride with a guide you will need a thorough understanding of the trail map, adequate food and water, and tools to address bike repair issues that may arise. We will offer shuttles to and from the trailhead some days, but other rides begin and end closer to town, or in town. You are always welcome to ride directly back to the hotel for more miles on the days that shuttles are offered. Each day, depending on the featured ride, the weather, and the desires of the group, your guides will decide how best to support the ride with a combination of on the bike support and vehicle support.
- I, or someone I am considering traveling with, is not avid cyclist. Will I/he/she be fit enough? Will we have activities to do off the bike?
Many beginner riders have comfortably and successfully completed both our guided and self-guided tours. The best way to anticipate how well your ridding level will align with a particular tour is to review daily riding terrain and ride lengths. If level of difficulty is a serious concern, our self-guided tours offer the greatest degree of freedom to design an itinerary you are certain your party can manage. But don’t forget: our guided tours feature vehicles that can drive you any distance you don’t want to ride.
- Is it necessary to use guide while on trek in Nepal?
We highly recommend having a guide with you. There are many trails while travelling through villages so if you took wrong path accidently it may be difficult to communicate with locals to get back on the right path or to secure food or accommodation.
- Is trekking permit required?
Depending on trekking area you may require a special trekking permit while other areas would require only conservation/national park entry permit and Trekking Information Management System (TIMS) card.
- What shall I have to bring while trekking in Nepal?
It all depends on the time and altitude of your trek. You may require down jacket, warm fleece jacket, warm thermal underwear, trekking pants and shorts, sleeping bag, trekking boots and a backpack, camera and your personal medication.
- How difficult are the treks?
Both difficult as well as easy treks are available. It depends on the location and choice of trekkers.
- Am I fit to Trekking? Should I do prior preparation to trek?
You don’t need to be a mountaineer to enjoy trekking. If you are reasonably fit, have a spirit of mountain journey and like walking, you are always qualified for any trekking in Nepal. However we suggest you some physical fitness programs such as running, swimming, and hiking before your trip.
- Can you accommodate guests with special dietary requirements?
Yes.,Please be sure to specify your dietary needs in writing when registering for your tour.
- What will be the weather be like in Nepal?
We ride all year round. In Nepal we have 6 seasons in a year which are
- Spring season (Basant Ritu): Spring spans for two months Chaitra and Baishak (Mid-March to Mid-April). Most of the attractive aspects of this season is booming rhododendron flowers, the national flower of Nepal.
- Summer Season (Grishma Ritu): summer in Nepal spans for two months Jestha and Ashad (Mid-May to Mid-July). This season is hot and humid, the flowers fall down and fruits grows on trees. It is the best time for plantation and agriculture; farmers get busy at this time. We will have opportunity to eat local fruits like mangoes and berries
- Rainy season (Barsha ritu): Rainy season in Nepal spans for 2 months, Sharwan and ends in Bhadra (Mid- July to Mid-September). This season is hot, humid and rainy time where landslides and flood may occur in river but hills are so green and lush. Our trails get muddy and slippery but still are Ride able.
- Autumn Season (Sharad Ritu): Sharad season in Nepal is considered one of the best season to visit Nepal which starts from Aswin and ends in kartik (mid-September to mid-November).This season of festival and lots of celebration has more cultural and religious value and we can learn so much.
- Hemant Ritu: It is a pre-winter season in Nepal, it starts from mangsir and ends in poush (Mid-November to Mid-January). This is the crop harvesting time in Nepal.
- Winter Season (Shishir Ritu): This season starts from Magh and ends in Falgun (Mid-January to mid-March) it is the coldest season of the year. During this time sky get clear in the morning and foggy during day. There is snow fall in high altitudes. You should be prepared with good warm cloths to deal with it.
If you need details of the weather and temperature of your holiday schedule please feel free to contact us.
- What happens in the event of an emergency?
Normally, trekkers rarely have emergency case like serious mountain sickness. Sometime if there is an emergency incident a helicopter will be called to the spot. You will then be flown with our staff to Kathmandu and taken to the hospital for treatment. But helicopter rescue is costly. So we suggest trekkers do travel insurance covering helicopter rescue and medical.
- What problems can arise on altitude?
At high altitude your cardio-pulmonary system is affected by low oxygen density and you can suffer from general breathing difficulties to Acute Mountain sickness (AMS) as well as your skin in susceptible to sunburn if not protected by cloths or sunblock. The AMS is preventable trough appropriate trekking place and undertaking acclimatization.
- What about payment? Do you need a deposit?
To conform your tour package according to the rule of our company, to confirm any trip you have to pay us 30% of total package as advance. We charge it just to pay for confirming your hotel booking, domestic flight and making necessary documents. Remaining payment can be paid after you arrive at Pokhara.
- How can I make payment of the trip?
You can pay cash or via Visa Card, MasterCard and Travel Cheque.