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Duration : 11 days
Availability : March-June & Sept-Nov
Max Altitude : 5,500m
Min Age : 16
Trip Style : Sightseeing, Heritage Walk, City Tour, Hiking, Trekking & Mountains
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Trip Highlights

Conquer the challenging 5,500m summit and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.
Embark on a scenic journey through the enchanting Langtang Valley, characterized by stunning landscapes, verdant forests, and charming cultural villages.
Take advantage of acclimatization days in Kyanjin Gompa, allowing your body to adjust to the high altitude while exploring the area through invigorating day hikes.
Experience the thrill of camping at Yala Kharka Base Camp, surrounded by pristine mountain vistas, and relish the sense of tranquility that comes with spending a night amidst nature's embrace.
Be captivated by the awe-inspiring spectacle of vibrant sunrises and sunsets from vantage points like Kyanjin Ri and Tserko Ri.


Renowned for its popularity and accessibility, Yala Peak stands out among the trekking peaks in Nepal as a less technically challenging option. Situated in the Langtang region, Yala Peak is a modest mountain designated as a trekking peak by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), ensuring a relatively straightforward and non-technical ascent.

One of the major highlights of this climb is the magnificent summit, renowned for providing a superb vantage point to behold the majestic Shishapangma (8013m), the highest peak solely located in Tibet. Additionally, it stands as the lowest among the renowned 14 eight-thousanders, adding to the allure of this exceptional mountaineering experience. For those seeking an extraordinary Himalayan summit while contending with limited time and budget constraints, the Yala Peak Climbing trip, combined with Langtang Valley Trekking, is an ideal choice. This captivating journey not only offers the thrill of trekking but also presents an opportunity to engage in climbing adventures beyond traditional hiking experiences. While prior climbing experience is not required for Yala Peak, it is advisable to possess outfit experience, as well as a reasonably good level of physical fitness and stamina.

Yala Peak Climbing expedition is a mesmerizing journey that begins in the picturesque village of Syabrubesi, surrounded by lush forests. The trail winds alongside a meandering river, carving its way through a narrow and awe-inspiring gorge. As we traverse this enchanting path, we are gradually immersed in the captivating beauty of the Langtang Valley. Nestled in the embrace of towering snow-capped giants to the north and adorned with smaller peaks to the south, the Langtang Valley unveils its breathtaking vistas. Despite being devastated by the tragic earthquake on April 12, 2015, the valley has steadfastly retained its natural grace, captivating visitors with its resolute spirit and sublime landscapes.

As we ascend further, our journey leads us to the revered destination of Kyanjing Gompa, situated at an elevation of 3740 meters. This remarkable place derives its name from the ancient monastery that graces the area. Here, we have the opportunity to immerse ourselves in the serene ambiance of the monasteries, observing the rituals and traditions that have endured for centuries. Additionally, we can visit the nearby cheese factory, where the locals have mastered the art of producing delectable traditional cheese.

Having soaked in the cultural and spiritual richness of Kyanjing Gompa, we embark on the next leg of our adventure. Our path takes us to the Yala Peak Base Camp, where we make final preparations for our ascent. With our dreams of conquering the Yala Peak firmly in sight, we gather our courage and set forth on the climb, supported by experienced guides and a spirit of determination.

As we reach the summit of Yala Peak, an overwhelming sense of achievement and awe washes over us. From this elevated vantage point, we are treated to panoramic views of the surrounding Himalayan wonders, including the awe-inspiring Shishapangma, the highest mountain entirely within Tibet. This unforgettable sight serves as a testament to the grandeur of nature and the triumph of our personal endeavors. Having fulfilled our quest, we descend along the same route, retracing our steps through the mesmerizing landscapes of the Langtang Valley. Each step is accompanied by a sense of fulfillment and a profound appreciation for the natural wonders that have graced our journey. The return journey allows us to reflect upon the resilience and beauty of the region, leaving us with cherished memories and a deep connection to the Langtang Valley.


When you arrive in Kathmandu, our dedicated airport representative will greet you with a warm welcome. From that moment onwards, we take responsibility for all your travel needs. Our team will assist you in a seamless check-in process at your designated hotel, ensuring your comfort and convenience. As there are no scheduled activities for the day, you have the freedom to either explore the nearby surroundings on foot or enjoy some well-deserved relaxation in the comfort of your own rooms.

After a refreshing wake-up call and a satisfying breakfast, we set off on our journey from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi in the northern direction. Our mode of transportation is by road, and we follow the winding Trishuli Highway, which runs parallel to the picturesque Trishuli River. Throughout the route, we pass by numerous villages and towns, immersing ourselves in the local atmosphere. As we progress on our path, we encounter several checkposts while navigating the narrow roads that ascend along the offroad track. Eventually, we reach the Army check post located in Dhunche, where we obtain the necessary entry permit for the Langtang National Park. Given its strategic position as a checkpoint for the road connecting Tibet, the Army conducts thorough bag inspections to ensure security measures. It is fascinating to note that this checkpoint is only about 20 kilometers away from the Tibet border. From this point onward, we descend towards our final destination for the day, Syabrubesi. Although the road conditions may not be ideal, resulting in a longer travel duration for a relatively short distance, we make the most of our surroundings and embrace the journey.

Today marks the exciting beginning of our trekking adventure. As we set foot on the trail, the initial part takes us alongside the Langtang Khola. The trail gradually leads us into a lush and vibrant rhododendron forest, offering a picturesque backdrop to our journey. Continuing our ascent, we reach Bamboo, situated at an elevation of 1960 meters, right by the banks of the Langtang Khola. This tranquil spot provides an excellent opportunity to pause for a well-deserved lunch break. The soothing sound of the flowing river and the cool shade of the bamboo groves create a delightful atmosphere to relax and refuel. As we resume our trek, the trail gradually gains elevation, leading us to Rimche at 2400 meters. This section of the journey offers a gentle incline, allowing us to appreciate the beauty of the surroundings without feeling too exerted. The final stretch takes us to Lama Hotel, where we will be spending the night. This cozy resting place provides a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere, ensuring a rejuvenating evening for our weary bodies. Keep your eyes peeled as we traverse this magnificent trail, as luck may grant us sightings of fascinating wildlife. If we're fortunate, we might catch glimpses of red pandas, playful monkeys swinging through the trees, or even majestic bears in their natural habitat. So let's embrace the wonders of nature and remain attentive to the marvels that may unfold along our path.

Starting from Lama Hotel, we have an early breakfast and start walking on forest trails alongside the Langtang river. The trail today is similar to yesterday's. We pass by the River View Tea Shop, a nice spot next to the river between two ridges. We can grab tea and snacks there before continuing. We keep going uphill, and the trees gradually give way to a shrubby area with low vegetation. We reach Ghoda Tabela, where we enjoy fantastic views of Langtang I, Langtang II, and Ganchenpo in the distance. We have lunch in the village and then head to Thyangsyap, which offers a picturesque view of the Langtang valley. If we're not hungry at Ghoda Tabela, we can have lunch in Thyangsyap instead. We also catch a glimpse of the Changbu Peak. Continuing our walk, we pass through a small village called Sherpa Danda and finally reach Langtang Village. We will be staying in a cozy teahouse in Langtang Village absorbing the views of surrounding mountains.

Following a satisfying breakfast, we commence our journey by traversing the valley and tracing the path alongside the Lantang River. Along the way, we come across a teahouse and encounter a significant boulder, which is believed to be the site where Guru Rinpoche engaged in deep meditation. There are even rumors of his footprint visible in this vicinity. As we continue, we pass through the village and are greeted by the delightful sight of numerous Yak and goats. Crossing a suspension bridge, we make our way towards Kyanjin Gompa, where an awe-inspiring view of the Langtang Lirung glacier awaits us shortly after crossing the bridge. This glacier serves as a training ground for aspiring mountain climbers seeking to embark on their first peak conquests. Upon reaching Kyanjin Gompa, we indulge in a satisfying lunch and take the opportunity to visit a quaint bakery and a factory where freshly made, authentic Yak Cheese is sold. The region bears clear evidence of Tibetan influence and ancestral heritage. We spend the night at Kyanjin Gumba, relishing in the unique atmosphere of this enchanting place.

Today marks the beginning of your trek from Kyangjin Gompa to the captivating Yala Base Camp. Prepare to be mesmerized by the awe-inspiring vistas of snow-capped mountains that surround you, including the majestic Ganchenpo, Tserko Ri, Naya Kanga, and the prominent Yala peak en route. The Yala Base Camp offers you unparalleled views of the entire Himalayan panorama in this region, a sight that will leave you in awe. After an eventful day, we will rest and camp overnight at Yala Base Camp. 

Today holds immense significance as you embark on the pinnacle of your journey—the summit of Yala Peak. Brace yourself for a series of challenges that await you during this exhilarating climb. As you make your way towards the summit, the journey typically spans around six hours, encompassing both the ascent and the return. At the pinnacle, you will be greeted by awe-inspiring vistas that showcase the grandeur of Dorje Lakpa, Shishapangma, Ganchenko, Naya Kang, and many others.

Take your time to soak in the mesmerizing beauty of this pristine region, capturing as many moments as you desire through the lens of your camera. Once you have fully immersed yourself in the splendor of the surroundings, it will be time to descend straight back to Kyanjin Gompa. We will spend the night in Kyanjin Gompa and reflect back on our arduous climb.

We rise early in the morning, fueling ourselves with a hearty breakfast before commencing our descent towards Lama Hotel. Retracing our steps, we follow the same familiar path. The downward trail presents a relatively easier terrain, with valleys unfolding before us. As we arrive back at Lama Hotel, we take the opportunity to explore the surrounding areas, immersing ourselves in the beauty that surrounds us. This will be our place of rest for the night, providing us with a well-deserved respite. It is important to note that today's trek is quite long and demanding, as we descend over 1200 meters and cover a distance of approximately 23 kilometers. The exertion may leave us feeling fatigued, so it is crucial to take care, especially in areas prone to slippery rock falls. Additionally, we must always be mindful of yaks and mules that traverse the trekking route, ensuring we give them the right of way. Our stay at Lama Hotel allows us to rejuvenate, as the following day we continue our trek towards the bustling town of Syabrubesi, ready to embrace new experiences and adventures.

After grabbing breakfast we begin descending to Syabrubesi. The trail is the same as the first day however when descending our muscles may tire. We have to take care to step properly and not apply a large amount of pressure to our knees. We cross the arduous trail at Bamboo where we can grab lunch if we are hungry. As we reach Pairo and cross over to Dovan, we are greeted by the familiar road route which now makes the route easy.

We take a drive from Syabrubesi back to Kathmandu. Following the scenic trail. Again we have to stop at numerous army checkpoints and police checkpoints to register that we have completed the trek and are safe. We can stop by for lunch nearby Trishuli also or in the bustling town of Bidur. Depending on the road traffic and condition, there are numerous ways to reach Kathmandu.  On a clear day the route is vibrant and we can even see the many central himalayan mountains from the vehicle. We reach Kathmandu in the evening and you will be free to enjoy the amazing completion of the Langtang Valley Trek in Kathmandu.

After finishing the journey, it's time to bid Nepal farewell. Three hours before your scheduled international flight to your next destination, you will be taken to the international airport. We sincerely hope that our travels in the Everest Himalaya have left you with lifelong memories. You can extend your stay in Nepal if you'd want to visit all of the fascinating places the country has to offer. We sincerely hope you will appreciate the time we had together and recommend us to your friends and family for their trip to Nepal to go trekking.

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Cost Includes

  • All (international and domestic) airport transfers on a tourist vehicle
  • Twin-sharing/double accommodation in a 3-star hotel for 2-nights in Kathmandu including breakfast (Private room accommodation can be organized at an extra cost)
  • Twin-sharing guesthouse accommodation during the trek
  • Tented camp accommodation and all meals during the 1/2 nights stay at the Yala Peak Base Camp (We will provide fully water/wind-proof twin-share tents, dining tents, kitchen gear, dining table, chairs, toilet tents, etc.)
  • All your standard meals during the trek (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) including seasonal fruits
  • Langtang Conservation Area Park permits and Yala Peak Climbing Permit
  • Public bus fare from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi, and Syabrubensi to Kathmandu
  • Experienced, first-aid trained, government licensed, English-speaking Acecessible Adventure's trekking guide
  • Group climbing equipment (Climbing rope, ice screw, snow bar and ice hammer)
  • Climbing Sherpa from Yala Peak Base camp to the Summit and back to Base camp
  • Porters during the trek for carrying luggage (1 porter for every 2 clients)
  • Wages, accommodation, meals, gear, insurance, and medications for all staff
  • Filtered water in the trails using Katadyn Pocket Water Filter
  • Accessible Adventure Duffel/kit bag, trekking map, sun hat, and trip completion certificate
  • A farewell dinner on the last night in Nepal
  • All administrative expenses and government taxes


Cost Excludes

  • Nepal visa arrangement (more on Nepal Visa Information)
  • International airfares
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Sightseeing activities in Kathmandu
  • Added night/s accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, delayed departure, early return from mountain (due to any cause) than the programmed itinerary
  • Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu (and also in the case of early return from mountain than the programmed itinerary)
  • Alcoholic drinks and cold drinks
  • Personal expenses such as phone calls, bar bills, laundry, battery recharge, bottled or boiled water, hot shower, extra porters, etc
  • Personal trekking and climbing gears
  • Tips for guides and porters (tip is expected by staff)


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No. of Pax Trip cost/ per person
solo  USD 1595.00
2 to 3 USD 1495.00
3 To 6 USD 1330.00
7 + USD 1295.00


Why Accessible Adventure?

During your trekking adventure, our exceptional team of guides and Sherpas will be by your side, ensuring that your journey is not only filled with joy but also leaves a lasting impression. These guides are not only extensively trained and licensed, but they have also dedicated years to trekking and conquering peaks, refining their expertise and deepening their knowledge of the terrain.

To lighten your load and enhance your trekking experience, our dedicated porters will carry the majority of your luggage. We maintain a porter-to-guest ratio of two individuals per porter, ensuring that the combined weight of the luggage does not exceed 18 kg. If desired, we can also arrange for one porter per person, providing you with the utmost comfort and convenience throughout the trek.

Our team members are from the high Himalayan regions, and their strong connection to the area equips them with exceptional endurance and adaptability to high altitudes. We prioritize the well-being of our staff, and as such, they receive fair compensation and comprehensive benefits, including insurance coverage, suitable clothing, nutritious meals, and comfortable accommodation throughout the entire expedition or trek.


No Climbing Permit

Yala Peak Climbing no longer requires a climbing permit. Previously, climbers were required to obtain permits, but the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has removed this requirement from the list due to the peak's relatively low altitude of 5732 meters. Instead, climbers now need to obtain a Langtang National Park entrance permit, which costs NPR 3000 per person, and a TIMS Card, which is mandatory and costs NPR 2000 (approximately USD 15). The TIMS Card can be obtained through a registered trekking company. This means you can enjoy trekking to this peak in Nepal without the need for a climbing permit.


Best Time of the Year for Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing can be undertaken throughout the year, but it's important to consider various factors when selecting a season for exploring the Langtang region. These factors include temperatures, rainfall, and overall weather conditions. 

For optimal conditions, the ideal time to embark on Yala Peak Climbing is during autumn (September - November). This period, which follows the monsoon season, is considered the peak season for trekking in Nepal. Another favorable time is during the spring season (March - May). During autumn and spring, the weather and temperature in the Langtang region are generally favorable, offering calm and moderate conditions for hiking and climbing. It's worth noting that winter climbing is possible, but it requires careful consideration of the packing list and awareness of potentially severe weather conditions during this season.


Yala Peak Climbing Difficulty

Yala Peak offers an exciting climbing experience without the need for technical gear or advanced mountaineering skills. Unlike some other peaks, such as Island Peak, the ascent of Yala Peak does not require the use of an ice axe, harness, or helmet.

During the climb, you will encounter sections covered in snow and have the opportunity to scramble up rocky terrain. These elements add a sense of adventure to the journey, allowing you to experience the thrill of navigating varied terrain. However, the technical difficulty level remains relatively low, making it accessible to climbers with moderate fitness levels and trekking experience.

With proper physical preparation and guidance from experienced guides, Yala Peak provides a memorable and achievable climbing experience for adventurers seeking to explore the Himalayas without the need for advanced mountaineering techniques.



Altitude Chart


Oxygen Level Concentration during Yala Peak Expedition 

Day Altitude Oxygen Level Concentration
Kathmandu  1,345 meters 20.95%
Syabrubesi  1,462m 20.87%
Lama Hotel  2,500m 19.95%
Langtang Village  3,307m 19.03%
Kyanjin Gompa  3,798m 18.11%
Yala Peak Base Camp  4,940m 16.24%
Yala Peak Summit 5500m  15.38%
Lama Hotel  2500m 19.95%


Equipments Required for Climbing Yala Peak

When embarking on a climbing expedition to Yala Peak, it's crucial to have the right equipment to ensure your safety and success. Here are some essential items you'll need:

First and foremost, invest in a pair of sturdy mountaineering boots that provide ankle support and have a good grip on varying terrains. Crampons are essential for traversing icy surfaces, and an ice axe will come in handy for stability and self-arrest in case of a slip or fall. Additionally, a harness and helmet are vital for protection during steep ascents and potential rockfall.

Layered clothing is crucial to handle the fluctuating temperatures and weather conditions in the Himalayas. Opt for moisture-wicking and insulating materials to keep you warm and dry. A durable backpack is necessary to carry your gear, food, and water throughout the trek.

Remember, it's essential to receive proper training on how to use all of this equipment and consult with local experts or guides who can provide specific recommendations based on the current conditions. Safety should always be your top priority when undertaking a climbing expedition like Yala Peak.


Yala Peak Climbing Accommodation and Meals

During your Yala Peak Climbing adventure, you will have the opportunity to stay in local tea houses that offer basic facilities for meals and accommodations. While these stays may not be luxurious, they do provide enough amenities to ensure your comfort throughout the trek. Toilet facilities are usually located outside the teahouses, so remember to carry your toiletries with you. The rooms in these tea houses are equipped with essential features such as beds, mattresses, clean sheets, pillows, and blankets. In cases where beds are unavailable, you may need to share a room with others or sleep in the common hall.

Meals at the tea houses typically consist of traditional Nepalese dishes, with "Dal Bhaat" being a common dinner option. Alongside, you can enjoy coffee and various hot beverages, as well as bread, toast, eggs, and porridge. Additionally, a variety of other meals like noodles, garlic soup, and dumplings are available. You can also savor different types of tea, including mint tea, rhododendron tea, and lemon tea. It's a good idea to carry snacks such as chocolates and protein bars to munch on while trekking. These snacks provide you with extra energy during the journey. It's also essential to have an ample supply of water to stay hydrated along the way. 

During the climbing period, Accessible Adventure will supply all camping equipment and meals. Three hot meals per day will be served; breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea/coffee and boiled water. The meals will be tasty and hygienic. On summit day we provide a packed lunch of high calorie foods that are easily eaten at high altitude. In addition to your knowledgeable Sherpa guide, a team of experienced porters will be available to handle the transportation of camping gear and the setup of tents. Moreover, a skilled and well-trained cook will be present to cater to your culinary needs during the journey.



Altitude sickness is a common issue in high-altitude treks, but it can be prevented and treated if addressed promptly. Symptoms should not be ignored, as they can escalate if not properly addressed. Our experienced trekking leaders and guides closely monitor your oxygen levels using oximeters to detect signs of altitude sickness early.

Our itineraries are designed with acclimatization in mind, allowing for a gradual ascent and providing sufficient time for your body to adjust to the altitude. We also encourage you to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Rest assured that our team prioritizes your health and offers guidance on precautions to take. In the event of severe sickness, immediate descent is the most effective remedy.

The decision to halt the ascent is made by your group leader, who considers the overall condition of each team member, as susceptibility to altitude sickness can vary. With proper acclimatization measures in place and our team's expertise, you can focus on enjoying the Yala Peak climbing experience while minimizing the risks associated with altitude sickness.


A typical day on the Yala Peak Climbing Trek

Each day of the trek will offer you a unique and memorable experience as you immerse yourself in the stunning scenery, capture breathtaking photos, and discover the charm of local villages. Throughout the expedition, knowledgeable and experienced Sherpas will accompany you, sharing insightful information and historical facts about the places you traverse.

Our dedicated porters will handle the majority of your luggage, allowing you to carry only a small regular bag for your valuables, ensuring your comfort and convenience on the trek.

Typically, we start our day's walk after breakfast, commencing around 7 AM to 8 AM, depending on the specific duration and nature of the trek. After trekking for approximately three to four hours, we will pause for a refreshing lunch and a well-deserved hour of rest before resuming our journey.

The afternoon walk tends to be shorter, lasting about two to three hours. Upon reaching our designated overnight lodge, tea house, or tent, you can indulge in snacks and take the opportunity to explore the nearby surroundings, adding to the richness of your experience.

We serve dinner around 6 PM to 7 PM, allowing you to savor a satisfying meal. Following dinner, you have the chance to engage in friendly conversations with your fellow trekkers. The expedition leader or guide will provide a briefing on the plan for the following day, keeping you well-informed and prepared. 


Camping Days:

In the morning, after a nourishing breakfast, we embark on the day's climb, usually starting early to take advantage of the best weather conditions. Throughout the ascent, our expert climbing Sherpas will guide you, ensuring your safety and providing valuable guidance on the technical aspects of the climb.

During the climbing days, we have planned designated rest points and acclimatization stops to allow your body to adjust to the increasing altitude. These breaks are essential for your well-being and to enhance your chances of a successful summit attempt.

When you reach the predetermined campsite for the night, our support team will set up comfortable and secure tents for your accommodation. Inside the tents, you will find cozy sleeping bags and sleeping pads to ensure a restful night's sleep in the challenging mountain environment.

Our dedicated cooks will prepare hot and nutritious meals to replenish your energy after a strenuous day of climbing. You can savor delicious meals served in the dining tent, enjoying a sense of camaraderie with your fellow climbers. Evenings at the high-altitude camps provide an opportunity for relaxation and bonding with your team. You can share stories, experiences, and laughter while enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks under the starlit sky.


How to Communicate during the trek?

During your trek, you'll have the option to use the internet services available at the lodges for a small fee. However, as you ascend to higher altitudes, communication primarily relies on phone networks.

Accessible Adventure ensures regular communication with our clients through our trek leader. Our team will connect with you at least once a day using platforms like Signal, WhatsApp, phone calls, and Messenger to ensure your well-being and safety.

While there may be some network signals along the way, they are generally weaker at higher altitudes. To enhance communication, you can easily purchase a local SIM card in Kathmandu, which will provide you with a reliable mobile network connection in areas with coverage.

Most lodges and hotels along the trekking route offer Wi-Fi connectivity. However, please note that Wi-Fi services usually come at an additional cost. You'll have the opportunity to access Wi-Fi in most parts of the trek, allowing you to stay connected.

At Accessible Adventure, we understand the importance of communication during your trek. We provide options for internet and phone communication, ensuring that you can connect with your loved ones and stay informed throughout your journey.


Trek Travel Insurance

It is mandatory for all trekkers to have comprehensive travel insurance and provide a copy of their insurance policy certificate to Accessible Adventure. The insurance policy should include coverage for medical expenses, emergency repatriation, and helicopter rescue and evacuation costs at altitudes of up to 6000m.

While we can provide recommendations for insurance companies based on feedback from previous clients and our own experience, we do not sell insurance policies directly.

Once you have booked the trek, we kindly request that trekking members send us their detailed insurance information. In case of emergencies, we will utilize the insurance policy and information you provided to facilitate a prompt and efficient rescue operation, arrange emergency medical assistance, and more. Please ensure that your insurance coverage includes all costs associated with mountain rescue services.

Before purchasing travel insurance, it is important to contact the insurance company and confirm that they offer helicopter rescue services up to 6000m.


Trek Safety

At Accessible Adventure, the safety, security, and satisfaction of our clients are our top priorities. We go above and beyond to ensure that you have a safe and memorable trekking experience. Our commitment to your safety starts with the necessary gears, equipment, and first aid kits that we carry for each trip. We understand the challenges of trekking in the Himalayas, and our team is well-prepared with all the essential supplies to handle any situation that may arise.

Moreover, our leaders and guides have undergone extensive First Aid Training, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to address common trekking-related medical issues promptly and effectively. Their expertise allows them to assess situations and make informed decisions to keep everyone safe. If a trekker falls ill due to altitude sickness, our team will carefully evaluate the situation and take appropriate measures, such as acclimatization breaks or adjusting the itinerary, to ensure the well-being of all participants.

In the event of an emergency, we have arrangements in place for rescue helicopter services. Your safety is paramount, and if immediate medical attention is required or if it becomes necessary to evacuate a trekker from higher elevations, we have quick and efficient means to facilitate their return. We understand that emergencies can happen, and we are fully prepared to handle them with the utmost care and urgency.


Can I extend my trip?

Upon finishing the trek, you might consider extending your stay by a few days to explore the captivating and thrilling destinations Nepal has to offer. There is an abundance of scenic and adventurous places waiting to be discovered. You can utilize your extra time in a variety of ways, including engaging in sightseeing activities in Kathmandu, embarking on a Nagarkot View Trip, experiencing the excitement of a Chitwan Jungle safari, indulging in thrilling paragliding adventures, and enjoying the exhilaration of rafting and canoeing before your return flight.


100% Guaranteed Trek Booking

Accessible Adventure is a government-authorized, registered, and licensed trekking and touring operator in Nepal. We are also members of the Trekking Agency Association of Nepal (TAAN), and Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA).

We require 10 percent of payment in advance. You can send us necessary documents like passport copy, passport size photos, travel insurance policy, arrival and departure flight details later, but it should not exceed one week from the booking date.

Payment is to be made by bank transfer, western union, and online payment directly from our website. The remaining cost can be paid in cash or by bank transfer and credit card when you arrive in Nepal. Furthermore, we forward available payment modes and details to your email.


All foreigners, except Indians, require a visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at the Tribhuvan international airport, and you can extend your visa at the central immigration office. Visit to know more. The visa application will require a passport valid for at least 6- months and a passport-size photo. The current visa fee costs USD 50 for 30 days, which you need to pay in cash on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport. Citizens of China and the SAARC countries will receive a free visa. Some countries - Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan- may not receive an on-arrival visa. If you are from these countries, you may need to contact your local Nepalese embassy.

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