Nepal Trekking Packages

With the coronavirus pandemic blowing worldwide, being an adventurous company, we can relate to the frustration of people who cannot explore new areas. To overcome this pandemic, we are happy to announce that Peregrine Treks and Tours have resumed their travel business. We have developed beautiful “Nepal Trekking Packages” to reward our travelers with a gift for being so calm and careful during this COVID pandemic and helping the world stay inside safely.

Nepal Trekking Packages are full of information to guide you through your new journey in our flamboyant country Nepal. Trekking in Nepal allows one to explore varieties of Nepalese terrain, rich biodiversity, cultural significance, and pure lustrous snowy peaks highlighting shiny glacial rivers along the trekking trails.

Why should you choose Nepal Trekking?

As Aesop once said, “Good things come in small packages” Nepal is a small country yet very diverse in terms of natural beauty and awe-inspiring mountains (it has the eight tallest mountains out of 10 world’s highest peaks), numerous glacial lakes, rivers, and streams along the trekking trails. Trekking in Nepal allows you to experience thrilling life adventures. It gives you satisfaction by walking in the lush forest of hills, passing by the rural indigenous settlements, and making yourself a part of it.

Once you set foot in our country, you will automatically feel the actual meaning of what Aesop wanted to say in his quote. Not that you would measure the actual size of Nepal, but you will be allured by the authentic aspects of Nepal, letting you not regret your choice and venturing Nepal Trekking Packages.

Which are the best treks in Nepal?

Nepal is geographically surrounded by China (on the north) and India (on three sides), leaving Nepal with the beautiful Himalayas and numerous trekking routes. Nepal is considered a fairyland for trekking; we have accumulated a list of the finest treks to give you the best taste of Nepal Trekking.


When is the best time for Nepal Trekking?

Like most places, Nepal also experiences different seasons throughout the year. But due to the vastly diverged geographical landscapes in a small area, the weather can vary from place to place. We have the highest mountain in the northern part of Nepal. The weather can be cold compared to the plain lands in the south, with temperatures rising to 45 degrees Celsius during the summer.

Out of the four major seasons in Nepal, Winter, Spring, Summer, and Autumn, the most favorable time falls during Spring and Autumn. However, with experience guiding, we will try to simplify the possible pros and cons of all the seasons existing in Nepal.

Winter Season (December to February)

The weather can be rough during the winter when noticing the Nepal Trekking trails in higher elevations. There might be winter casualties like inaccessible passes due to heavy snowfalls and extreme falls in temperature.

However, if you are an avid trekker willing to taste the flavor of the winter trekking trail, mid-February is the best time for you. The trail is less crowded, exposing snow-capped mountain peaks, freshly frozen lakes, and streams through trekking routes.

Spring Season (March to May)

A delightful season falls between March and May, bringing the rhododendron forest to bloom (Nepal’s national flower). The temperature (16-23°C) encourages trekkers to trek freely.

During the day, it is comparatively warmer and transparent, allowing you to see astounding panoramic mountain views. Also, trekkers can look at the snow melting in the bright sunlight. Another benefit of Nepal trekking in Spring is the excellent weather for flying to Nepal and within the country.

On the contrary, hiking in places with lower altitudes can be hot and feels sweatier due to the humidity. Moreover, the afternoon clouds might bring light rainfall, creating a hassle on the hike.

Summer Season (June to August)

Nepal is landlocked and has a considerable precipitation rate; summer brings a heavy monsoon to Nepal. Calamities like floods, landslides, heavy traffic jams, and cancellation of domestic flights during this season, we do not recommend our trekkers choose this season for Nepal Trekking. Yet, Peregrine Trek and Tour can customize your trip and show you around better places to visit in Nepal according to the current season.

Autumn Season (September to November)

Last but not least, autumn brings the peak season for Nepal Trekking. The weather completely supports the trekkers starting with a warm, pleasant day and ending with a breezy night to cool off your exhaustion. A bright day and stable weather gift you with a royal blue sky and a beautiful mountain picturesque.

Being the best season for Nepal Trekking, Autumn can still bring some cons. The route throughout the trekking trails can be the busiest and most heavily crowded. If you plan to trek solo this season, acquiring on-the-spot accommodation facilities might be challenging. Hence, you can enjoy the best time for Nepal Trekking without any inconvenience with Peregrine Treks and Tour.

What gears to pack for Nepal trekking?

Packing for travel is very tricky work to do. People often tend to overpack, thinking they might use all their gear during the journey. Packing for trekking also depends on the assistance of a porter.

Here in Peregrine, we provide one porter for every two clients. A porter’s maximum weight is 30 kg, giving you the perfect reason to pack your bags responsibly.

Here is a list of the essential gear you will need to pack for Nepal trekking.

Day Bag Pack

  • Safety mask
  • Hand sanitizers
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Rain gear
  • First-aid kit
  • Camera and its accessories
  • Map

Hiking apparel

  • Sweat absorbent T-shirt
  • Trekking pants
  • Lightweight jacket
  • Baseball cap
  • Hiking boots


  • Water bottle/ filter bottle
  • Water purification (capsules or liquid)
  • Trekking poles
  • Sunglasses
  • Headlamp with extra batteries
  • Master plug socket
  • Reading stuff
  • Pen and diary

Winter Clothing

  • Wool thermals
  • Sweater
  • Fleece
  • Winter pants and jacket
  • Winter gloves, socks, and hat

Individual supplies

  • Toiletries
  • Sunscreen
  • Sanitizer
  • Bio-degradable shampoo, bar soap, face and body wipers
  • Lip balm
  • Personal medications

Add on

  • Extra copies of personal documents like passports, photos, etc.
  • Extra pairs of batteries
  • Duct tape
  • Cash and credit card


How to reach Nepal?

After three months of the Covid-19 lockdown, Nepal has eased off its lockdown from the 21st of July. The government has decided to open domestic and international flights from the 17th of August.

Once the airport is open, you can book the flight to Nepal according to your package detail after arriving at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu, where one of our representatives will receive you at the terminal. You will then be transferred to your designated hotel and meet your trekking guide and team.

Requirements for entry

  • Minimum of six months of passport validity at the time of entry
  • One blank page in the passport (not the endorsement page) should be available for the visa.
  • A visa should be appropriate for travel, i.e., a tourist visa.


Travel Insurance

To our passionate global trotters, we highly recommend you have a travel insurance policy that covers medical problems, theft and loss, and adventure activities. You can inquire about the better options in your insurance policy.

If you are trekking above 4000 meters of altitude, we suggest you take an insurance policy covering medical and emergency rehabilitation. In addition, you can select an emergency helicopter evacuation policy. Make sure your medical insurance covers the pay of doctors and hospitals instead of you having to pay bills on the spot and claim the insurance later on.

Trekkers’ safety is our main priority; however, one can never predict casualties in the wilderness. Hence, all of us must take safety measures pre-hand.

Accommodation and food during Nepal trekking Packages

Our Nepal Trekking Packages are tea-house treks. We will book the lodge after confirmation of the trek. We will provide you with the best accommodation according to the services available at the respective destination.

You will be staying in one of the finest hotels in the city areas, like Kathmandu and Pokhara. After you log onto your trek, the accommodations will be slightly changed. As the altitude increases, the lodges and tea houses will be fewer. But you don’t have to worry about it as we will book your stay where you can have basic facilities like a hot shower, a good bed, sanitized toilets, and proper electricity.

Regarding food, we have a famous proverb, “Dal Bhat power 24 hours,” where Dal is lentil sauce, and Bhat is rice. Dal Bhat is a traditional Nepalese dish that is very nutritious and gives you energy throughout the trek. According to the availability, you can have various seasonal vegetables, greens, and non-veg food items along with Dal Bhat.

In addition, you can also order other delicacies like Momo, chow mean (noodles), fried rice, chapatis, etc., according to the availability on the menu. Nepal is rich in food culture; depending on which trek you choose, you can enjoy the cultural food of Tamang, Sherpa, Magars, Newars, etc., on trial.

Peregrine Trek and Travel

Joining the adventure venture in 2002, Peregrine Treks and tour have become “Pioneers in Adventure Tourism.” We believe we can help you to discover treasure in your leisure period by planning your trekking vigorously and providing you with the services and satisfaction you desire and deserve.

Why us for Nepal Trekking Packages?

Expert team

As a trek and tour managing company established for 18 years, we have improved and strengthened our team. We look forward to providing the best services to our clients with a team of experienced, efficient, and hardworking personnel.

Customized trekking itinerary

With our experience and your desire to trek, we try our best to provide a customized itinerary involving your ideas and enthusiasm. You can create the best trekking and expedition trips, and let us know. We will arrange the Nepal Trekking Packages as per your requirements.

Well-trained local guides

Currently, our team includes one of the most experienced local guides for trekking. Our trekking crew members have extensive knowledge of trekking routes, good command of English, first-aid training, and predict the weather. Most of our guides are from the Sherpa community. They are intense, well-experienced, and can give better service during the trek/tour.

Small groups

We are operating private groups and some small groups too. Currently, we will be accepting private groups with fewer than five members.


In Peregrine, we aim to provide the best services, including the best guides, porters, good food and accommodation, and a heartful experience and satisfaction. We are hopeful that our prices are reasonable enough to justify our services.

Responsible travel

We are on the verge of improving ourselves to be responsible service providers and encourage our clients to be equally accountable for our environment. Every individual tries to minimize personal waste and not leave any carbon footprint on the trekking trails.

We utilize and contribute financial aid to communities along our trekking trails; in 2014, we set up “The Peregrine Foundation.” Every year we donate some collective percentage of the company’s profit, aiding the development of the local communities.

The time has come to relive the adventurous life and explore Nepal with full safety measures, and for that, you can rely on Peregrine Treks and Tour. Feel free to inquire about our Nepal Trekking Packages and trek with us.

Trekking Group

Trekking in Nepal will undoubtedly be the most fantastic experience due to the stunning scenery and terrain. Most of the adventure is ideal for group trekking, with 10 to 11 trekkers in one group. There will be one guide for each of the six trekkers. On the other hand, there will be one porter to carry the bag packs and other gear for every two trekkers. Also, we can coordinate both single private treks and treks with your trekking group for you. During the private trip, you will have a single guide and porter, allowing you to experience every element of the adventure.


Nepal is the world’s second-richest country in terms of water resources. Nevertheless, a certain amount of water shortage will exist in the Alpine area throughout the dry season. However, up to this point, there has yet to be a water crisis, whether trekking or taking an incredible excursion across the Himalayas. Simply purchasing a water purification tablet can significantly assist you in cleaning both spring water and tap water. Additionally, you may get a bottle of water from the neighborhood cafes and small stores. After consuming the water, we advise you to put the plastic bottle in the garbage or carry it with you.

Altitude Acclimatization

Acclimatization to high altitudes is critical while trekking. Altitude sickness from 2000 meters to 3000 meters will always be a possibility. As a result, when trekking, you must give your body a break and eat frequently. The body must be hydrated, and the amount of oxygen in the body should rise with altitude. Altitude acclimatization is quite effective in this regard. Similarly, to reduce the risk of altitude sickness, use an acetazolamide tablet to keep the body’s oxygen levels stable. The acclimatization varies on the itineraries, and our itineraries usually include an acclimatization day to allow our trekkers to relax and continue their trek without difficulty.

Trip Safety

Protection will always come first when you travel with us. Whatever the adventure, we won’t take any risks, regardless of how simple they may be. The entire crew professionally conducts themselves while offering guidance in a very modest way. Furthermore, before the expedition, we will handle all your permit-related details for you and your travel insurance. Also, our guests’ safety and security will always be on top.
Moreover, we will only spend time keeping you out of difficulty at every turn of the expedition. Our guides are constantly prepared with medical supplies and other resources necessary for the trek. Additionally, our crew will connect well with the medical staff and the rescue team.

Preparing for the Challenge Terrain

Depending on the region, Nepal’s terrain formation varies. The Himalayas and the hilly region have extensive topography, which would require more effort to traverse than the plain terrain in the Terai. There will be phenomenal rivers, gorges, waterfalls, and valleys to cross. Trekking in Nepal will be more complex than you might have thought. Most adventures will take you 4000 meters above the clouds and render you to navigate trials and tricky terrain. Before embarking on the journey, you must maintain your postural stability. It will be more beneficial to you if you are physically fit and have a solid knowledge of Nepal’s topographical conditions. Along the route, we’ll be there to help you to the fullest by making guidance on trekking through terrain and beautiful landscapes.


In the setting of Nepal, the weather is more pleasant as well as riskier. Altitude commonly affects Nepal’s weather patterns. Predicting the weather will be challenging at a high altitude, particularly in the summer. Other than this, passing through Nepal’s hilly terrain will be fine. The easiest way to ensure pleasant weather when trekking is to forecast the weather, or you may trek during the best seasons, like spring and autumn. There won’t be any clouds or fogs to obscure the view throughout the spring and autumn when the weather will be perfect with little rain making the trail suitable for trekking.

Fitness Level

We make the excursion enjoyable and enjoyable for our guests of all gender identities. The tour includes a wide range of activities that will completely surprise you. The body’s endurance is crucial if you want to experience this excitement more thoroughly. Of course, you will feel exhausted throughout the expedition, but we don’t want you to quit in the middle. For this reason, you should start getting in shape with suitable activities before the four weeks of trekking. Porters will be available to carry your heavy backpacks during the trek, so this will be fine. We will also provide you with the necessary trekking equipment, such as sleeping bags and poles.
Moreover, workouts such as stretching and jogging, as well as cycling and climbing uphill, will be necessary. Therefore, trekking across Nepal will be easy if you have the proper mental and physical stability. Proper fitness is critical to the expedition’s accomplishment.


Vaccinations will be highly beneficial when traveling in Nepal. While climbing at higher altitudes, infections might become severe. Furthermore, infectious diseases might cause issues for the entire group if you travel in a group. As a result, it’s crucial to have COVID-19, hepatitis, and malaria vaccinations. Likewise, you may bring your doctor’s prescription and vaccination records to show your tour operator, enabling you to acquire the appropriate medication while traveling. Another thing to remember when traveling in Nepal is to bring medicine.

Passport and Visa

A visa is necessary for visitors from around the world to enter Nepal. The only country that won’t need a visa to enter Nepal is India. Consequently, obtaining a visa in Nepal will be more straightforward. You may quickly obtain the visa at Tribhuvan International Airport when you arrive. You have to submit your passport and a passport-sized photo.
Furthermore, the visa cost will vary according to the time of year and duration of your stay in Nepal. You will obtain your visa in a short amount of time. The visa will also specify the number of days you want to stay in Nepal.

Environmental Care and Sustainable Tourism

Humankind has to protect the environment. Since nature provides us with a home, we should also take care of it. The Himalayan ecology enlightens us on the profundity of nature’s hidden side. Therefore, we must conserve the appropriate method. Our environmental policy is quite strict; we encourage our guides and staff to maintain the environment while trekking. Every aspect of our itinerary also demonstrates how we righteously manage our visitors, leaving both nature and guests smiling. More than that, we take great care to preserve Nepal’s stunning ecology by conducting our tours and treks professionally. Similarly, our trekking organization carefully adheres to sustainable tourism, appropriately safeguarding both trekkers and the environment.


Transportation is the mainstay of all of our tours and treks. Utilizing modern cars that don’t affect the environment is our foremost priority. In addition, we will use a private vehicle for touring as well as airport drop-off and pickup services. Additionally, we will make our visitors feel comfortable during the lengthy bus ride by transporting them in a luxury bus with various amenities. Moreover, depending on the trip itinerary, the domestic airplane ticket will be part of the package and is free to use.

Trip Availability

Check our trip availability at any moment without hesitation. Make sure that you select the appropriate one for you. Get in touch with us to verify our availability at any moment. There may only sometimes be available departure dates as per your choice, and there may sometimes be large groups with no available space. In this situation, you can look into the availability before deciding. Managing permits, acceptance letter letters, tickets, and other documentation will be challenging. As a result, you are welcome to get in touch with us to check on the availability of all the specifics of your travel so that we can advise you appropriately.


Frequently Asked Questions about Nepal Trekking Packages

Is the COVID-19 vaccination report compulsory to travel in Nepal?

It is optional to show a COVID-19 vaccination certificate or anything similar to visit Nepal. However, if you have had your vaccinations, you can bring your vaccination card and skip the pre-departure test. Nevertheless, if you have a PCR report, you can bring one with you. Likewise, there will be no quarantine requirement to enter Nepal.

Is Visa essential to travel to Nepal, and How much do I need to pay for this?

Undoubtedly, a visa is indispensable for traveling to Nepal. However, citizens of neighboring nations like India do not require a visa to enter Nepal. For foreigners from different nations, the visa will include several days. You must fill out the form, submit a photo, and provide your travel information to obtain the visa. The cost of a visa varies according to the number of days. For example, USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for 30 days, and USD 125 for 90 days.

What is the tipping policy of Peregrine Treks? Is it mandatory?

Tipping tour guides and porters in the Himalayas is a beautiful way to show appreciation for their assistance. Guides and porters will be at your side throughout the trek and any adventurous tour. Likewise, to compensate the guides and porters, tips are nonetheless essential. Furthermore, they will offer you the most outstanding assistance and services on the trek. The porter will accept a gratuity of USD 125, while the guide will take about USD 130.

Is the internet readily available in Nepal?

In some ways, Nepal has typical internet access. You shouldn’t anticipate speedy internet, but it will always be there. Internet speeds in rural locations will be slightly slower than in urban ones. Similarly, there will be superior internet connections in the Alpine region’s teahouses, Kathmandu, and Pokhara’s lodges. Aside from that, you may utilize 3G and 4G network services, which you can obtain by purchasing a local sim card for roughly USD 2.

Is there a mobile network in Nepal?

Of course, you may use your phone in Nepal. All you require is a local Sim card for your phone. Purchasing a SIM card in Nepal will be fine. You can easily purchase a Sim Card from any city, including Pokhara or Kathmandu, using your photo and USD 2. Additionally, a cell phone makes communicating with others and spreading information easier, making it permissible to use one in Nepal.

Can I get good toilets during trekking in Nepal?

The toilets in Nepal’s region will be OK with the western style of sitting toilets. The teahouses and lodges will provide you with the best toilet and bathroom facilities. Furthermore, there will be public Squat toilets that are shareable and accessible to the general public. Tissue paper, a short pipe shower, and an easy-to-use flushing mechanism will all be available to you to aid in cleaning.

Can I drink the water in Nepal?

In Nepal, water resources will be abundant. Throughout your travel, there won’t be a water crisis. However, some Alpine regions may need more drinkable, clean water. You may also bring a filtration tablet to make the water pure and drinkable. Similarly, you may carry bottles of drinking water that cost approximately USD 1 for two bottles.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Nepal?

Credit cards are unquestionably accepted in Nepal. VISA, Mastercard, and many other bank cards are accepted. Similarly, not all ATMs might accept all cards, but you can check with banks and other financial institutions. The central banks in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and many other cities in Nepal are also places where you may exchange cash.

What is ATM access like in Nepal?

Throughout Nepal, ATMs will be accessible. However, they are abundant in plain areas like the terai region and developed urban Alpine regions. Similarly, using ATMs is straightforward and trouble-free. Furthermore, locating ATMs and banks will be challenging if you want to trek to Nepal’s remote and Himalayan regions. As a result, you may use the ATMs in Pokhara and Kathmandu, which take all major cards from across the world.

Is travel insurance mandatory to trek with Peregrine?

Travel insurance is essential when visiting Nepal. Traveling in Nepal may be challenging due to the country’s complicated geography and unpredictable climate. The tranquil environment of Nepal could deliver something unexpected. Similarly, while trekking at an unusual time, a rescue effort can be essential at some point. Travel insurance will enable you to maintain monetary stability throughout the rescue operation. You may obtain travel insurance from Pokhara or Kathmandu by summarizing your itinerary, providing your passport, and submitting a photograph. Including helicopter rescue beyond 5000m altitude in the process of travel insurance would be more helpful to you.

Is Nepal accessible for travelers with disabilities?

Nepal finds it challenging to accept those with disabilities. Nepal’s scenery, geography, weather, and overall topographical condition put individuals worldwide to the challenge. However, several such facilities will aid disabled persons in various ways. There are also helicopter packages, jeep trips, and other options for these people. More than this, the hotel accommodations will also deliver quality services for people with disabilities.

Is Nepal an LGBTQI-friendly destination?

Nepal is a peaceful nation where people live together in peace and devotion. No one here will discriminate based on sexual orientation. Nepal encourages LGBTQI, individuals to experience its adventurous aspects alongside other trekkers. During your stay in Nepal, you may potentially encounter other LGBTQ individuals. Because of this, regardless of what sexuality you identify with, you may enjoy the breathtaking Himalayan trek in Nepal.


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