Nepal Trekking Permit Fees

The Entrance fees are different according to trekking destination (National Park, Conservation Area, Wildlife Reserve, and nationality). 

[1] National Parks Fee:

  1. National Park Fees will be required to trek in areas such as:
  2. Sagarmatha National Park (Everest) (2655+13%) - RS 3,000 per person
  3. Langtang National Park (2655+13%) - RS 3,000 per person
  4. Makalu-Barun National Park (2655+13%) - RS 3,000 per person
  5. Rara National Park (2655+13%) - RS 3,000 per person
  6. Shey-Phoksundo National Park (2655+13%) - RS 3,000 per person
  7. Shivapuri-Nagarjun National Park (885+13%) - RS 1,000 per person
  8. Bardiya National Park (1328+13%) - RS 1,500 per person
  9. Chitwan National Park (1770+13%) - RS 2,000 per person

Note: 13 % vat include on National Park Fee.

[2] Conservation Area Entrance Fee

  1. Annapurna Area Conservation Project (ACAP) (2655+13%) - RS 3000 per person
  2. Manaslu Area Conservation Project (ACAP) (2655+13%) - RS 3000 per person
  3. Gaurishanker Conservation Area (GCAP) (2655+13%) - RS 3000 per person
  4. Kanchenjunga Conservation Area (KCAP) (1770+13%) -RS 2000 per person

Note: 13 % vat include on National Park Fee.

The entrance fee is individual according to Nationality (Nepali, SAARC & Others) and Age. Here is more information about Trekking Fees in Nepal. Or you can visit  Nature Trust for Nature Conservation DNPWC Counter, Tourist Service Center, Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu also.

Here we are providing you with updated information on Nepal Trekking Permit Fees.

[3] Restricted Area Trekking Permit:

Department of Immigration (DoI) through the Trekking Agency, now a day’s to apply need to fill up an online form with requiring details on Department of Immigration.

  • A special trekking permit is required to visit Nepal's restricted areas determined for trekking by the government. If you plan to trek in two different areas, two trekking permits are required.
  •  As for new rules, a new trekking pass TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card is required for trekking in all major areas.
  • While organizing those permits (restricted area permit), the immigration officer asked for your Nepal visa which must be validated the entire trip, and an original passport with 4 copies of PP size pictures of each of you.
  • Normally it is not possible to organize all your permits before your Nepal arrival, according to Nepal immigration rule.
  •  Less than 10 years of children no need permits but should be submitting Passport birth certificate which is provided by their local government.
  • For the Restricted Area Trip; you need a minimum of 2 people in a Group to obtain the permits. Only the Government Register Trekking agency has authority to apply it and on the list, you need one Government License holder trekking Guide.

Here is the Trekking Route and Permit Fee for the Restricted Area through the Trekking route and permit fee for the Restricted Area Trekking Permit.

[I] Kanchanjunga and Lower Dolpa:
US$ 20.00 per week per person

[II] Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpa:
For 10 days: US$ 500.00 and after 10 days per day per person US$ 50.00

[III] Gorkha District / Manaslu:
Manaslu Circuit:

From Sept. to Nov: US$ 100.00 per week and after 7 days per day per person US$ 15.00
From Dec. to Aug: US$ 75.00 per week and after 7 days per day per person US$ 10.00

Chhekampar & Chunchet VDC (Sirdibas - Lokpa - Chumling - Chhekampar - Nile - Chhule Area):

From September to November US$ 40.00 per person for the first 8 days & 7 USD per day afterward.
From December to August US$ 30.00 per person for the first 8 days & 7 USD per day afterward.

[IV] Dolakha District (Gauri Shankar & Lamabagar):
Per week per person US$ 20.00

[V] Humla District (Simikot-Yari):
Limi and Muchu VDC and way to Tibet via Tangekhola of Darma VDC
First 7 days: US$ 50.00 and after 7 days: US$ 10.00 per day per person

Note: To get group trekking permits, an application form with other relevant documents should be submitted through the registered trekking agency of Nepal.
Trekking fees can be paid in Nepalese currency.

Trekking fees of other restricted areas are imposed by the Nepal government:

[VI] Rasuwa District:
Thuman and Timure: per week per person US$ 20.00

[VII] Sankuwasabha District:
Makalu region (Areas of Kimathanka, Chepuwa, Hatiya, Pawakhola Village)
For the first 4 weeks per week per person US$ 20.00 and after 4 weeks per week per person is US$20.00

[VIII] Solukhumbu District:

Everest Region:
All north-west area way from Thame to Nangpala of Namche Village Development Committee
For the first 4 weeks per week per person is US$ 10.00. After 4 weeks per week per person is US$20.00

[IX] Manang District:
The areas of Nar, Phu, and Northern area of Tilche Village, of Thoche Village Development Committee
From September to November per week per person is US$ 100 & 15 USD per day afterward.
From December to August per week per person is US$ 75.00 & 15 USD per day afterward.

[X] Mugu District:
The areas of Mugu, Dolpu, Pulu, and Bhangi:
For the first 7 days is US$ 100.00 per person and after 7 days per person per day is US$ 15.00.

[XI] Bajhang District:
The areas of Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli:
For the first 7 days US$ 90.00 per person and after 7 days per person per day US$ 15.00

[XII] Darchula District:
Areas of Byas Village Development Committee:
For the first 7 days is US$ 90.00 per person. After 7 days per person per day is US$ 15.00.

Important Notes for Restricted Area Trekking Permit:
*Trekking permits will not be issued for more than the date of validity of the visa.
*Trekking permit will not be issued to individual trekkers in the following areas:

  1. Kanchanjunga
  2. Upper Mustang and Upper Dolpa
  3. Manaslu
  4. Humla (Simikot-Yari)

For more details go through the Nepal Trekking Permit Fees