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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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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

All foreign travellers to Tibet require a visa. Two photographs and a passport valid for another six months are needed to obtain the visa. If entering Tibet from Nepal visas should be obtained from the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu prior to your departure for Tibet. If entering via Chengdu the visa can be obtained in your home country. At the time of booking we shall advise the necessary requirements. Generally speaking if your visa is issued from the embassy in Kathmandu, you will need to arrive at least four days in Kathmandu prior to your Tibet departure. In Kathmandu the Chinese embassy processes visas on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Visas can sometimes be issued within day but an emergency fee is charged by the embassy of US$ 20 per person.

Upon return to Nepal, a 60 day visa can be issued at the Nepalese immigration checkpoint at Kodari border (when you drive back) and Tribhuvan International Airport (for those flying Lhasa/Kathmandu); however we recommend that you obtain a double entry visa from your home country to avoid any possible complications.

For your information individual visas are not issued by the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu and individual travel is not permitted across the Nepal/Tibet border. Current visa regulations require a minimum of 5 persons to travel together if entering Tibet from Nepal.