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Trekking Permit and Entry fees

You must have a trekking permit to visit restricted areas. No permission is required to visit normal trekking areas. Trekking in any area or along any route except the specified area of route shall be deemed to be a violation of the law.

  1. Trekking Permit to Restricted Areas
  2. A trekking permit must be carried at all times while trekking.
  3. A trekking permit has to be shown to immigration employees or police when requested.

Trekking Permit Fees (Per Person) in US Currency or the equivalent in convertible foreign currency.

  1. Lower Dolpa: Per week is US $10.
  2. Upper Dolpa: The first 10 days are US $500. After 10 days, it is US $50/day.
  3. per week is US $10.
  4. Upper Mustang: For the first 10 days, it is US $500. After 10 days, the cost per day is US $50.
  5. From September to November, the first week is US $70.00. After 7 days, the daily fee is US $10. From December to August, the first week is US $50. After one week, per day, US $7.
  6. From September to November – US $35 for the first 8 days. December to August – US $25 for the first 8 days.
  7. Per week, US $10.
  8. For the first 7 days, US $50. After 7 days, each day is US $7.
  9. Rasuwa District: Thuman and Timure Per week, US $10.
  10. For the first 4 weeks, per week US $10. After 4 weeks per week, the US $20.00
  11. For the first 4 weeks per week, US $10. After 4 weeks per week, the US $20.00
  12. From September to November, per week US $90. December to August per week US $75.00
  13. Mugu District: areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu, and Bhangri. For the first 7 days, US $90. After 7 days per day, US $15.
  14. Baihang District: Areas of Kanda, Saipal, and Dhuli. For the first 7 days, US $90. After 7 days per day, US $15.
  15. Darchula District: Areas of Byas Village Development Committee For the first 7 days, US $90. After 7 days per day, US $15.

Note:

  1. To obtain a group trekking permit, an application form with other relevant documents should be submitted through any registered trekking agency in Nepal.
  2. Notwithstanding anything written above, Indian citizens can pay in Nepalese currency equivalent to US Dollars.

Entrance Fees to Protected Areas

1. National Parks:

Chitwan National

  1. Nepali: NRs. 100 per day per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 750 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs. 1,500 per person per day.
  4. Child discount: below 10 yrs old – free

Sagarmatha National Park.

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 yrs old – free

Bardiya National Park.

  1. Nepali: NRs. 50 per day per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.1000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 yrs old – free

Khaptad National Park

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 yrs old – free

Langtang National Park

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Makalu-Barun National Park

  • Free Nepali
  • SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  • Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  • Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Rara National Park.

  • Free Nepali
  • SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  • Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  • Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Shey-Phoksundo National Park.

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 1500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Shivapuri-Nagarjun National Park.

  1. Nepali: 10 per person, per entry.
  2. SAARC: NRs. 250 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.250 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Banke National Park

  1. Nepali: 20 per person per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 200 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.500 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

2. Wildlife Reserves:

Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve.

  1. Nepali: 50 per person per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.1000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Parsa Wildlife Reserve

  1. Nepali: 50 per person per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.100 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve

  1. Nepali: 50 per person per entry
  2. SAARC: NRs. 500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.1000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

3.Conservation Areas:

Annapurna Conservation Area

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 200 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.2000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 200 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.2000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Manaslu Conservation Area is

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 200 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.2000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Gaurishanker Conservation Area is

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs. 200 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.2000 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

Api-Nampa Conservation Area

Please contact DNPWC for more information.

4.Hunting Reserve

Dhorpatan

  1. Free Nepali
  2. SAARC: NRs.1500 per person per day
  3. Foreigners: NRs.3390 per person per day
  4. Child discount: below 10 years old – free

A hunting license and entry permit must be obtained from the DNPWC Office, Babarmahal, Kathmandu.

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