If you are coming to Nepal than you are likely to undertake a hike or trek in this beautiful kingdom of Himalayas. Or for further exploration tourists need to know about the permits provision.
Before heading towards the shades of mountains, you need to prepare yourself with two fundamental supporting documents.
- Trekking Permit for all routes
Special trekking permit must be acquired from Department of Immigration located at Kalikastha in Kathmandu. For more details, you can simply log on to http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/page/about-trekking-permit.
- TIMS [Trekkers’ Information Management System] Card
NTB [Nepal Tourism Board] is the right place to request TIMS card. It is located at Exhibition Road, ten minutes of walk from Basantapur Durbar Square, the heart of the Kathmandu Valley.
Requirements for TIMS card:
- Estimated trek entry and exit days
- Entry and exit points
- Routes and Itinerary information
- Emergency contact number (of Nepal)
- Emergency contact number of home country.
- Insurance policy
- Copy of valid passport
- 2 passport-sized photos
Details can be followed through this link (https://www.welcomenepal.com/plan-your-trip/tims-card.html).
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