Trekking Permit Fees

National Park Fee will be required to trek in common areas such as:

Trekking Permit:

  • 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 new trekking pass TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card is required for trekking in all major areas.

Kanchanjunga & Lower DolpaUSD$ 20.00 per week per person
USD$5.00 per person/day (beyond 1week)
Upper Mustang & Upper DolpaFor 10 days : US$ 500.00
and USD$ 50.00 per day per person (beyond 10 days)
Gorkha District ManasluSeptember – November USD$ 100.00 per week per person
And USD15.00 (beyond 1 week)
December -August USD$ 75.00 per week per person. and
USD$ 10.00 per Person /day (beyond 1 week)
Gorkha District Tsum Valley ManasluChumnubri Rural Municipality area
September – November USD$ 40.00 per person per week And USD$7.00 per Person /day (beyond 1 week)
December – August USD$ 30.00 per person per week And USD$7.00 per Person /day (beyond 1 week)
Dolakha DistrictGaurishankher and Bigu Rural Municipality area
Per week per person US$ 20.00
Humla District (Simikot-Yari)Areas of Simikot,Namkha and Changkhali Rural Municipality area.
USD$ 50.00 per Person /day/week
USD$ 10.00 per Person /day (beyond 1 week)


  • To get group trekking permit an application form with other relevant documents should be submitted through registered trekking agency of Nepal.
  • Trekking fee must pay by USD
  • Trekking Fee of other restricted areas imposed by Nepal government:
  • In Sagarmatha National Park of Khumbu region (Everest trekking route), TIMS card is no longer valid, instead, the local authority from Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality, charges NRs. 2000/Per Person as entrance fee