Documents and Special Permits

Documents and Special Permits for Trekking in Restricted Areas of Nepal

S.No.Regions/VDCsPermit Fee
1.Upper MustangLomanthang Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)Lo-Ghekar Damodarkunda Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)Baragung Muktichetra Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 3 and Satang Village of ward no.5) USD500 per person  (for the first 10 days)USd 50 per person /Day  ( beyond 10 days)
2.Upper DolpaDolpo Buddha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 4 to 6)Shey Phoksundo Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 7)Charka Tangsong Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6) USD500 per person  (for the first 10 days)USD 50 per person /Day  ( beyond 10 days)
3.Gorkha Manaslu AreaChumnubri Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 1,2,3 and 4)September – NovemberUSD 100 per person / weekUSD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week) December – AugustUSD 75 per person / weekUSD 10 per person / day (beyond 1 week) 
4.HumlaSimikot Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 1,6 and 7)Namkha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6)Changkheli Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 3 to 5)USD 50 per person / weekUSD 10 per person / day (beyond 1 week) 
5.TaplejungPhantanglung Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 6 and 7)Mikwakhola Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 5)Sirijunga Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 8)USD 20 per person/ week  (for the first 4 weeks)USD 25 per person /week  ( beyond 4 weeks)
6.Lower Dolpa AreaThulibheri municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 11)Tripurasundari municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 11)Dolpo Buddha Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 3)Shey Phoksundo Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 8 and 9)Jagdulla Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 6)Mudkechula Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 9)Kaike Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 7)USD 20 per person/ weekUSD 5 per person /week  ( beyond 1 week)
7.DolakhaGaurishankhar Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 9)Bighu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1)USD 20 per person/ week
8.Gorkha Tsum Valley AreaSirdibas-Lokpa-Chumling-Chekampar-Nile-Chule Chumnubri   Rural Municipality (All areas of ward nos. 3,6 and 7)September – NovemberUSD 40 per person / weekUSD 7 per person / day (beyond 1 week) December – AugustUSD 30 per person / weekUSD 7 per person / day (beyond 1 week) 
9.SankhuwasabhaBhotkhola Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)Makalu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 4)USD 20 per person/ week  (for the first 4 weeks)USD 25 per person /week  ( beyond 4 weeks)
10.SolukhumbuKhumbu Pasang Lahmu Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 5) USD 20 per person/ week  (for the first 4 weeks)USD 25 per person /week  ( beyond 4 weeks)
11.RasuwaGosaikunda Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 and some area of ward no. 2)USD 20 per person /week
12.ManangNarpa Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)Nasho Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 6 and 7)September – NovemberUSD 100 per person / weekUSD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week) December – AugustUSD 75 per person / weekUSD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week) 
13.BajhangSaipal Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 5)USD 90 per person / week for the first week USD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)
14.MuguMugumakarmarong Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1 to 9)USD 100 per person / weekUSD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)
15.DarchulaVyas Rural Municipality (All areas of ward no. 1)USD 90 per person / weekUSD 15 per person / day (beyond 1 week)

Documents and Special Permits for Peak Climbing in Nepal

Nepal Mountaineering association peak royalty fee permit

SNName of the peakRegionCost/Season
1.Mt CholatseKhumbu6440mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
2.Mt. Kyazo RiMadalangur6186mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
3.Mt.Pdari LapcdaMadalangur6017mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
4.Mt. NirekhaMahalangur6159mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
5.Mt. Langsisa RiJugal6427mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
6.Mt. OmbigaichenMahalangur6340mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
7.Mt. BoktaKanchanjunga6143mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
8.Mt. ChekigoGaurishankar6257mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
9.Mt. Lobuje WestKhumbu6145mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
10.Mt. Larkya PeakManaslu6010mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
11.Mt. ABIMahalangur6097mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
12.Mt. Yubra HimalLangtang Himal6035mUSD250USD125USD70USD70

Group “B”

SNName of the peakRegionCost/Season
1.HiunchuliAnnapurna Himal6441mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
2.Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak)Annapurna Himal6501mUSD400USD200USD100USD100
3.Mera PeakKhumbu Himal6470mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
4.Kusum KangruKhumbu Himal6367mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
5.KwangdeKhumbu Himal6011mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
6.Chulu WestManang district6427mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
7.Chulu EastManang district6584mUSD400USD200USD100USD100
8.Imja Tse (Island Peak)Khumbu Himal6160mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
9.PharchamoRolwaling Himal6187mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
10.LobujeKhumbu Himal6119mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
11.RamdungRolwaling Himal5925mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
12.Pisang PeakManang district6091mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
13.Khongma Tse (Mehra Peak)Khumbu Himal5849mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
14.Ganja La Chuli (Naya Kanga)Langtang Himal5844mUSD250USD125USD70USD70
15.Paldor PeakLangtang Himal5896mUSD250USD125USD70USD70

Service Charges for Nepalese Climber in Nepalese Rupees

Group “A”

SNName of the peakRegionCost/Season
1.Mt CholatseKhumbu6440mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
2.Mt. Kyazo RiMahalangur6186mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
3.Mt.Phari LapchaMahalangur6017mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
4.Mt. NirekhaMahalangur6159mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
5.Mt. Langsisa RiJugal6427mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
6.Mt. OmbigaichenMahalangur6340mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
7.Mt. BoktaKanchanjunga6143mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
8.Mt. ChekigoGaurishankar6257mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
9.Mt. Lobuje WestKhumbu6145mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
10.Mt. Larkya PeakManaslu6010mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
11.Mt. ABIMahalangur6097mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
12.Mt. Yubra HimalLangtang Himal6035mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000

Group “B”

SNName of the peakRegionCost/Season
1.HiunchuliAnnapurna Himal6441mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
2.Singu Chuli (Fluted Peak)Annapurna Himal6501mRs 5000Rs 2500Rs 1250Rs 1250
3.Mera PeakKhumbu Himal6470mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
4.Kusum KangruKhumbu Himal6367mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
5.KwangdeKhumbu Himal6011mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
6.Chulu WestManang district6427mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
7.Chulu EastManang district6584mRs 5000Rs 2500Rs 1250Rs 1250
8.Imja Tse (Island Peak)Khumbu Himal6160mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
9.PharchamoRolwaling Himal6187mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
10.LobujeKhumbu Himal6119mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
11.RamdungRolwaling Himal5925mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
12.Pisang PeakManang district6091mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
13.Khongma Tse (Mehra Peak)Khumbu Himal5849mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
14.Ganja La Chuli (Naya Kanga)Langtang Himal5844mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000
15.Paldor PeakLangtang Himal5896mRs 4000Rs 2000Rs 1000Rs 1000


Trekking Styles

Trekking in Nepal is organized mainly in two styles. One style is tea house treks and the other one is tented camping treks. The styles of trekking depend on personal choice but mostly it is determined by trekking destination, its popularity, difficulty and the services available on the trail. These two types of trekking are explained as follows:

Tea House Trekking / Lodge to Lodge Trekking:

Tea house trekking or lodge to lodge trekking is most common and widely used on popular trekking trails especially in the Everest and Annapurna regions. The main idea of tea house trekking is that the trekker along with his team will be staying every night at a teahouse at each destination during the entire period of the trek. All of the basic facilities from meals to rooms/accommodation and other facilities will be offered at teahouses.

Usually we start our day by 7 to 8 am in the morning after breakfast, have our lunch around noon and reach our next teahouse for dinner and overnight stay by 5 to 6 pm. Along our way, tea house trekking also gives equal chance to capture the best Himalayan landscape views, and grab the best of nature and culture while trekking in Nepal. Also usually teahouse trekking is cheaper than tented camping trekking.

Tented Camping Trekking:

Generally whenever we talk about trekking, the image of setting up tented camps and a campfire comes in our mind. And tented camping treks are preferred by those who love to have even more adventure off the beaten paths, around remote parts of Nepal which are less visited, unspoiled and offer an authentic raw trekking experience.

During tented camping trekking, all of the trekking equipment and gear needed for setting up tents and preparing meals will be carried by many porters. There will be a huge trekking crew that includes trekking cook, porters, helpers, trekking guide and leader. It will be like one huge family on a trip. You get to have different delicious meals every day which might not be available on tea house trekking. Also a tented camping trek gives different, unique and real experiences  of trekking that we can usually only dream about.

For more information, please feel free to contact us.

Trekking Grades Information

Nepal Mountain Trekkers organizes trekking activities that are suitable for most of the travel enthusiasts as we would love to offer our services to more and more people. Some of our treks are easy and some are not so easy. To help you choose which trek will be best for you we have graded our treks and the different grades are explained below. Here are some of our trekking grades information:

Grade 1 or Easy Graded Treks:

Grade 1 or easy graded treks are those trips that can be joined by anyone without any prior trekking experience. It is easy graded; therefore, it can be joined by kids, the elderly and every member of a family. These easy graded treks in Nepal do have some uphill and downhill walks in an itinerary that can be achieved without much effort. Also while embarking on these easy graded treks, there should not be any fear of altitude sickness as these treks do not go above about 3,000 meters. There will be great Himalayan sunrises, sunsets and landscape views with plenty of local cultural exploration and learning opportunities. The easy Graded treks are usually short in duration.

Grade 2 or Moderate Graded Treks:

Grade 2 or moderate graded treks are obviously little challenging than grade 1 or easy graded treks, but still most of travel enthusiasts with normal fitness level are able to enjoy these trips comfortably. Altitude can go high upto 4600 meters above sea level and our trained trekking leader will ensure all of the team are properly acclimatized. During our grade 2 or moderate graded treks, there will be even close views of glorious Himalayas, enthralling sceneries and offers best experiences while trekking in Nepal.

Grade 3 or Strenuous Graded Treks:

Grade 3 or Strenuous Treks also can be joined by any physically fit travelers who have a passion for walking and exploring but these treks are best enjoyed if you have previous trekking experience.

Mountaineering and expedition experience is not required but if you have been to higher altitudes before then you have an idea what it will be like. Altitudes in strenuous graded treks can reach up to 5,500 meters, pass through high passes; you might have to climb steeply, and in some areas walking on snow may also be necessary.

These treks can be for periods of between 10 to 24 days. You will experience the never seen before views of the Himalayan landscapes, and cultures and traditions that you might have just read about in books.

Grade 4 or Challenging Treks:

As the name suggests, these are challenging treks, therefore, it is recommended only for those who are ready to take up the challenge and feel the adventure at its extreme. You must possess a high level of physical fitness; training and even mental fitness is required to embark on these challenging treks. The altitude will range above 5,100 meters   . Most of these treks will be tented camping treks of more than 20 days and up to a period of one month. There will plenty of uphill, downhill and steep climbing and even the use of ropes at certain places. Therefore, if you have previous trekking experience and want to take up the challenge then you are most welcome to join one of our challenging treks organized by Nepal Mountain Trekkers.

Thank you for reading this post and if you have further queries about trekking grades information, please feel free to contact us.

Terms and Conditions

Nepal Mountain Trekkers is a Private Limited Company under the laws of Government of Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board. We accept the bookings from our clients under the following Terms and Conditions. Hence, we would like to humbly request our clients to go through these Terms and Conditions thoroughly before proceeding ahead in making any bookings of trekking, tours, mountaineering, peak climbing or any other activities to avoid disputes in the future.

Contract Policy

The customers are obliged to provide us with the scanned copies of their passport and at least 25% payment of the total trip cost in advance as a deposit in order to book any trips with Nepal Mountain Trekkers. Please be noted that the deposit amount is nonrefundable. Whereas, you can pay the rest of the amount upon your arrival in Kathmandu before proceeding for the trip or you can pay the total amount in lump sum whichever is suitable for you.

Payment Policy

The payment should be made in the standard currency which is authorized and accepted by Nepal Rastra Bank/Government of Nepal.

  • Mode of PaymentYou can either make the payment via Cards, we accept VISA, MasterCard, JCT, UniPay and SCT but the bank will charge 3.75% service charge on the top of your total amount while making payment via cards. And though the sources of online payment like PayPal are not valid in Nepal and you cannot make online payment while you are in Nepal, we do have an agent in Germany so you can also make the payment via PayPal.
    You can also make the payment via Bank Deposit, whichever you find suitable to do. Please be noted that the bank might charge internal services charges so we would like to strongly advise our clients to make payment in order to ensure that our company will receive the total amount of trip cost.
  • Bank DetailsOur details for Bank deposit for USD:
    Bank Account Holder Name: Nepal Mountain Trekkers Pvt. Ltd.
    Bank Account No.: 01905816240022
    Type of account: Current account
    Bank Address:
    KSK Building Tridevi Marg, Thamel, Kathmandu Nepal
    O.Box no.: 20590
    Ph. no.: 00977-1-4253729, Fax no.: 00977-1-4253054

Cancellation Policy

  • Cancellation by clientIn order to cancel the trip, the client is must obliged to alert Nepal Mountain Trekkers one month before the trip departure date with real reasons with logic. However, 10% of the trip cost will be charged as cancellation cost in such cases. As well as, if the clients failed to inform us before one month then with 20% additional payment on the total trip cost as cancellation cost, the trip can be cancelled 20 days prior to the trip departure date. Otherwise, we won’t be liable to make the refund for the payment since the deposit amount of the client would be already used in the arrangement of services like accommodation, guides and so on.
  • Cancellation by NMTIn case of uncontrollable factors such as natural calamities, political instability, and so on, Nepal Mountain Trekkers hold a right to cancel the trip with prior notice to the clients. In this situation, the clients will be requested to wait and postpone their trek or will be provided with another trip of the same cost so that the payment of our clients won’t go waste.
  • Trip Alteration or Termination by Reasons Beyond ControlIf the clients would like to make any alternation in the trip like postponing the trip date or making changes in the itinerary as well as alternating the entire trip with another one because of any reason with real logic then with a prior notice a week before the trip departure date, they can proceed for it. Please be noted that, while alternating the trip with another trip, the trip with a higher cost than the trip they have booked will require making the additional payment.

Last Minute Booking

Nepal Mountain Trekkers also facilitate our clients with last minute bookings, which means that you can also book the trip a week before the trip departure date. But it might not be acceptable in some of the trips.

Child Policy

In the case of child traveller, the responsibility will belong to their guardian and not our company. And though the cost for trekking will not be charged, the cost of flight tickets and so on will be charged for the children above 5 years.

Disabled Person

Nepal Mountain Trekkers facilitate disabled persons to go on trips in which there are proper safety and no risks for them. As well as, a disabled person will get a total refund without cancellation charge in case they want to cancel their trips. But the documents or evidence of proof are required for that.

Early return policy/Incomplete Tour

In case if you ought to return earlier before finishing your trip due to any kind of reasons then Nepal Mountain Trekkers will not be liable to make any refunds of your trip cost. Except for the reason occurred due to the failure of our company. The company will refund deducting the expenses occurred in cases of the failure of the company.

Postpone the trip

The clients must notify Nepal Mountain Trekkers 10 days before the trip departure date in case they need to postpone their trip due to any reason. If they fail to send us the notice prior to 10 days of trip departure then they will be charged an additional 20% of the trip cost for postponing the trip.

Whereas, Nepal Mountain Trekkers holds a right to postpone the trip with an earlier notice to the client in case of reasons beyond control like natural calamities, political instability, and unconditional weather in order to prevent from unwanted risks during the trip.

Travel Insurance

Since it is not possible to get insurance in Nepal for foreigners, it is recommended to get insured before you make your trip to Nepal. Please be sure that you are insured with the insurance policy that covers the following expenses:

  1. Medical expenses and hospital benefit
  2. Personal accident and liability
  3. Cancelling and cutting short your holidays
  4. Abandoning your trip
  5. Delayed departure
  6. Accommodation cover
  7. Scheduled airline failure
  8. Emergency repatriation (including helicopter rescue and air ambulance where applicable)
  9. Personal belongings and baggage

Well, it is not compulsory to be insured but as we already know “Prevention is better than cure”. If you are insured then you can have a relaxed trip without worries and enjoy with a free mind.

Flight Delay and Cancellation

Due to unconditional weather, the flights are often delayed and cancelled in Nepal. In such cases, Nepal Mountain Trekkers will not be liable for any additional expenses. Hence, we would like to request our clients to be prepared with some buffer days and additional money for the recovery of such cases.

Changes in the itinerary

Due to the reasons like natural forces or any other causes beyond our control, in case if it doesn’t seem to be appropriate to follow up with the provided itinerary, Nepal Mountain Trekkers holds a right to amend it with logical reason and agreement with the clients. Whereas, our clients are provided with the freedom to make amendment in the existing itinerary as per their requirements.

Medical Conditions and Health Requirements

Our clients are requested to inform us about the pre-existing medical conditions or any disability which might be a factor of risk for the trip as well as it is recommended to our clients to visit their physician for a health report before proceeding to trip departure in order to prevent health risk during the trip. Whereas, some of the trips are unfavourable for some people due to factors like age, pregnancy, physical or mental disorder and so on.

It is strongly noted that Nepal Mountain Trekkers will not be responsible for cancellation or failure of the trip due to the unwarned health condition of the clients. It is also noted that our company will not be liable for any injuries and health conditions suffered by the clients during the trek for which we recommend to be insured before their trip departure.


Nepal Mountain Trekkers can make revisions and updates in the terms and conditions anytime. We won’t be responsible for not alerting the clients for the changes and it is requested that our clients should keep updated with any changes in these terms and conditions.

Our Role in Social Contributions

Our role in social contribution is essential because we must respect our society where we exist. Nepal Mountain Trekkers not only runs travel and tourism business but also plays a crucial role in social contributions. Our team is made up with well experienced professional staffs and we do have a good acknowledgement of different phases of life. Our learning from our struggle is the ultimate lesson which changed our attitude towards living. Hence, our small team is involved in various activities for the betterment of lifestyle, eco-system and the whole society with all the possible support from our side. Though our little support seems to be too less for the drastic change, yet we have a faith upon “Less is more” and we are dedicated to our mission till now. Some of the glimpses of our contribution to society are:

  • Earthquake, April 2015Back in 2015, Nepal was in deep sorrow of massive devastating Earthquake. The day was April 25, Saturday at 12 O’clock, within seconds a huge portion of Nepalese society got dissolved into dust. It was a black day, very painful for Nepal. People were losing their hopes and faiths and their willingness to live was weakened by the grief of being helpless and frightened of nightmares. Even Nepal Mountain Trekkers team’s staffs and their family were facing the same. Our team is made up of people from different corners of the country and that is why it was a big deal for us to keep calm and build strength.However, we didn’t give up at any cost. We stayed positive and following our positive vibes we slowly recovered ourselves. Then we raised a fund gathering small amounts of money from all of us in order to inspire and help those who were helpless and needy. Our primary focus was to donate the most essentials elements of living such as drinking water, foods and temporary shelters like tarps and simple tents; whatever was possible from us. We gathered all those who were interested and concerned to help and went into the field ourselves.Since we are a trekking company and have really good relation and friendship with some of our previous clients and few are associated with NGOs and INGOs as well, we asked them to be a supportive hand in our mission. And with their priceless presence, our objectives got more strength. We contributed 750 sacks of rice and 500 tarps and mattresses in Jharlang with the fund we raised. After our fund got stronger, we also played a role in preparing pipelines to make drinking water accessible to the village.Moreover, we practically and logically raised the feeling of empathy among people with the best of our motivations which ultimately acted as a factor for arising positive vibes and good relationships among people. And for those who were broken and hopeless, we emphasized on mending those tiny broken pieces of their heart and make them smile again. Our small aid towards society might not have changed society as a whole, but still, we are proud and happy for the part of society that we successfully nourished.
  • Fund Collection from Annual ProfitAt the end of each fiscal year, Nepal Mountain Trekkers organize a group meeting involving all the staffs and discuss all the achievements, learning, findings, losses and all that we faced in the current year and plan for the betterment in upcoming years. We don’t focus on the improvement of our particular team only, but also the society and individuals where our activities and life is dependent upon is our prime concern.Every year, we take 5% of the total profit and raise a small fund with the additional amount contributed by all the members for the sake of society. Whereas, another 5% of the profit is distributed among the staffs for motivation and as an appreciation of the good work. The amount we gather is used in various campaigns including the distribution of foods and clothes, awareness programs, and whatever that is possible to do and is productive for the society with our fund.
  • “Bright future for Children”With the motto representing our aim, our “Bright future for Children” campaign has been continuously contributing to the Schools of rural villages since 2015. Generating funds from within the team as well as with the supportive hands of our dearest guests and friends along with the collaboration of NGOs and INGOs, our initiation is aspiring for remarkable progress in the quality of education.From the beginning of our program, we started up providing all the possible support from each possible source we could reach. With the funds raised from our profit and contribution from our guests along with the help of NGOs and INGOs, we supplied Desk-benches, teaching materials, and study materials in order to improve the standard of educating the children. Whereas we also distributed school uniforms to those helpless and needy children and we do provide scholarships to hardworking and deserving students. And to ensure the proper operation of our campaign as well as for regular monitoring, we also involved the local clubs with us.And with the time, as our fund got a bit stronger, we built a library too. Later on, we also established a “Computer Laboratory”, though there were only a few Computers possible to contribute. We are proud to have introduced Computers to those Children for whom it was a strange device and had never seen or touched before. However, it is not our ultimate goal and we are not going to end up with this much only. Our target is much vast and it requires a big capital to reach. Nevertheless, we are hopeful that soon our “Bright future for Children” campaign will play a crucial role in improving the literacy rate of the country and raising the standard of education in Nepal.
  • Medical Support“Health is wealth”, we all know this short-sweet and realistic proverb. In rural areas of Nepal, there is still a lack of proper knowledge on health care and the supply of regular as well as the most essential medications is also very rare. Whereas, the absence of professional health persons and complex medium of transportation becomes the reason for the untimely death of many lives in rural Nepal. Nepal Mountain Trekkers have trained all the staffs to make people aware of different types of health related issues and their symptoms, prevention and cures. Wherever we go, we distribute essential medications and give appropriate knowledge to the people. Our small initiative as medical support might not be remarkable enough for bringing the change in society but it surely is saving the lives of people.Our next concern regarding medical issues was Menstruation and the problems arisen due to inattention to it. Lack of proper knowledge regarding sanitation and proper care with some misbelieve regarding menstruation, girls in the rural community of Nepal had to face several problems. For eradicating those problems, we have been distributing re-usable sanitary pads in several villages including Baseri, Dhading since 2016. In this way, our team is engaged in medical support as well.
  • Environmental ConservationThe most essential concern of present scenario is “Environment”. With the advent of technology, people forgot to take care of the environment. This has led to numerous effects on human lives and other living things, our atmosphere, and as a whole Our Mother Earth. Since we are concerned with promoting the natural beauty of Nepal; it is an important issue for our team. Hence, we took an initiative against it. Our first project was “Plastic-free Village” and with the help of local peoples, we were successful in eradication of overuse of plastic bags from the village. As well as, we provided them with proper awareness about the demerits of its use in order to prevent future use. Whereas, some of the recyclable products of plastics is not misused by them after our project.Moreover, we also participated and invited all the possible people on our afforestation program. With proper alertness of the importance of afforestation and demerits of deforestation, our campaign became an example among the concerned authorities and it was appreciated by most of the people.Likewise, our trekking team uses eco-friendly products during the treks as well as we do not dispose of any garbage on the trails or mountains. And we also request everyone not to do so and do not harm mother nature. The beauty of nature is what we are blessed with and we must be conserving this natural beauty by hook or crook.

These are some of our role in social contribution and we will always try the best we can to contribute to our society. Please feel free to send us your remarks regarding further improvement of our role in social contribution and your feedback and suggestion will be highly appreciated.