Trekking permits are a necessity if you are planning for trekking in Nepal. Most trekking areas in Nepal are controlled and restricted areas for the protection of local wildlife, ecology, and culture. Trekking areas have numerous check-posts to review trekkers’ permits and control illegal trekking activities. Most of the time, you will need TIMS(Trekker’s Information Management System) and trekking area permits such as ACAP(Annapurna Conservation Area Permit),MCAP(Manaslu Conservation Area Permit), GCAP(Gaurishankar Conservation Area Permit), etc.. All of the trekking permits can be obtained from Department of Immigration located in Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu. Get price and other details of trekking permits in Nepal from our infographic below.
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