• Last Updated on Oct 1, 2022

Trekking Permits Fees in Nepal

Nepal is one of the best travel destinations in the world, which has many high Himalayas including Everest, the highest in the world. Nepal has opened many places for travel that include mountains, national parks, Conservation Areas, Historical Monuments & much more. We at Outfitter Himalaya Holidays have listed entry permit fees for those areas to help our clients to know before planning a tour/trek on those areas.

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Trekking permits and fees for Restricted/Controlled Areas in Nepal

Some areas of the northern part of Nepal are strictly controlled by the Government of Nepal for the protection of the natural beauty, culture, and environment of the areas. Only groups (minimum two people required) trekking from registered trekking companies. Outfitter Himalaya is allowed to organize trek in these areas. Find the trekking permits fees in those restricted trekking areas of Nepal.

Trekking Areas    Trekking Permits Fees

DOLPA DISTRICT

  • Areas of Upper Dolpa
  • Areas of Lower Dolpo

 

  • For the first 10 days US$ 500 per person and after 10 days US$ 50 per day person or equivalent foreign currency
  • Per week per person US$ 20.00 or equivalent convertible foreign currency, US$5.00 per week for beyond one week.

MUSTANG DISTRICT

  • For the first 10 days US$ 500 per person and after 10 days US$ 50 per day per person, or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

GORKHA DISTRICT

 

  • From September to November US$ 100.00 per week per person and after 7 days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency. From December to August US$ 75 per week per person and after 7 days US$ 10.00 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.
  • From September to November, per person US$ 40.00 for first one week and US$7.00 per day for additional day beyond 1 week and from December to August per person US$ 30 for first week and US$7.00 per day per additional day after 1 week or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

MUGU DISTRICT

  • Areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu and Bhangri
  • For the first 7 days US$90 per person and after 7 days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

MANANG DISTRICT

  • From September to November, US$ 100.00 per week per person and December to August US$ 75 per week per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

DOLAKHA DISTRICT

  • Gaurishankar and Lamabagar
  • Per week per person US$ 20.00 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

RASUWA DISTRICT

  • Thuman and Timure
  • Per week per person US$ 20.00 Or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

HUMLA DISTRICT

  • Simikot and Yari (Areas of Limi and Muchu village Development Committee, and area way to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma Village Development committee)
  • For the first 7 days US$ 50 per person and after 7 days US$10.00 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

SANKHUWASABHA DISTRICT

  • Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa,Hatiya and Pawakhola VDCs)
  • For the first four weeks, US$ 20.00 per person per week and after four weeks, US$25 per person per week or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

TAPLEJUNG DISTRICT

  • Kanchanjanga Region (Areas of Olangchung Gola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin VDCs)
  • Per week per person US$ 20.00or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

BAJHANG DISTRICT

  • Areas of Kanda, Saipal and Dhuli
  • For the first 7 days, US$ 90 per person and After seven days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

DARCHULA DISTRICT

  • Areas of Byas VDC
  • For the first 7 days, US$ 90 per person and after 7 days US$ 15 per day per person or equivalent convertible foreign currency.

National Park Entry Permit Fees in Nepal

Nepal Has many National parks, and all these are open to visit for domestic and international visitors. Find the cost of the entry permits to enter & visit those national parks.

National Parks of NepalEntry Permit Fees to Visit the National Parks in Nepal
Makalu Barun National Park
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Sagarmatha National Park
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Langtang National Park
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Shivapuri National Park
  • SAARC: 250.00 NPR (per day)
  • Foreigners: 250.00 NPR (per day)
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Chitwan National Park
  • SAARC: 750.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1500.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Parsa National Park
  • SAARC: 500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Banke National Park
  • SAARC: 500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Bardia National Park
  • SAARC: 500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Rara National Park
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Shey Phoksundo National Park
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Khaptad National Park
  • SAARC: 100.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Shukla Phanta National Park
  • SAARC: 500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years

Conservation Areas Entry Fees in Nepal

Nepal has many conservation Areas which are open for visitors to visit and the cost of the entry permits on those conservation areas of Nepal is as below.

Conservation Areas of NepalEntry Permit Fees to Visit the Conservation Areas in Nepal
Manaslu Conservation Area
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Api Nampa Conservation Area
  • SAARC: 100.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Annapurna Conservation Area
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Blackbuck Conservation Area
  • SAARC: 500.00 NPR (per day)
  • Foreigners: 1000.00 NPR (per day)
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Gaurishanker Conservation Area
  • SAARC:1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Kanchenjunga Conservation Area
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years

Hunting Reserve Entry Fees in Nepal

Nepal has got a hunting reserve as well, where people visit to hunt wild animals and the entry permit fees to visit the reserve is as below.

Hunting Reserve of NepalEntry Permit Fees to Visit the Hunting Reserve in Nepal
Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve
  • Nepalese: Free
  • SAARC: 1500.00 NPR
  • Foreigners: 3000.00 NPR
  • Free: Below 10 Years
Arjun Rijal

Arjun Rijal

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