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Everest Region Trek..

This trek is designed to fulfill the dream of many trekkers to experience the historic route to the base of the worlds highest mountain. Our carefully devised itinerary provides a fine opportunity to visit both Base Camp..
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Annapurna Region Trek

This trek provides you dramatic changes in landscape, culture and climate. The changes in climate from warm to cold take you to the sacred shrine of Muktinath in Mustang district. From Pokhara to Mustang, you can enjoy the through terraced hills
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Mustang

Once inaccessible, the forbidden land of Mustang has finally been opened to a limited number of visitors. Mustang is one of the very few places on earth, which is not yet spoilt by tourist.
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Visa Information

In addition to an Indian visa, foreigners must obtain Inner Line Permit (ILP) to visit Sikkim. For an individual, the permits can be obtained from Kathmandu or all Indian missions, Tourism Office, New Delhi, Sikkim Tourism Office, Calcutta and Sikkim Tourism Office, Siliguri on the strength of an Indian Visa. Those who are traveling with Nepal Adventure Point package, visa will be taken care by Nepal Adventure Point.

Foreigners are issued a permit for initial period of 15 days duration on the spot without any delay provided photocopies of Passport and Visa details along with two passport size photos of applicants are made available then and there. It can be extended for further 30 days of 15 days each. The extension of permits can be obtained from Foreigners Registration Office (FRO), Gangtok and Superintendent of Police of North, South and West Districts.

The FRO is located at Kazi Road, Gangtok. For those interested in going for trekking in the interior regions of the state, you also require a Restricted Area Permit (RAP) OR Protected Area Permit (PAP) which is obtainable in Gangtok from the Police Check Post and Department of Tourism which is available for certain specified area for groups consisting of 4 or more foreigners subject to the condition that the trekking program is arranged through a registered travel agency.