The government of Nepal has imposed stringent restrictions on international tourists entering certain hiking regions. Some specific restrictions and regulations must be followed when organizing restricted area tours and trekking in Nepal. Most of the restricted area is located behind the Himalayan rain shadow. Every year, only a few trekkers visit the area.
Only registered Nepalese trekking businesses are permitted to operate in certain locations. This requires every visitor to establish a link with a licensed Nepalese trekking company. The Department of Immigration of the Nepalese government issues specific permits to trekking firms. A minimum of two pax trekkers are required to organize the restricted area tour and trekking in Nepal.
To offer food, some of the restricted trekking locations have established minimum lodging and eateries. Basic tea houses may be found in Upper Mustang, Manaslu, and Tsum valleys. The rest of the valleys, including Upper Dolpo, Kanchenjunga, Rara Lake, Dhaulagiri, Makalu, and SimikotLimi, are still trekked with organized trekking. We at Happyland treks take you to the untouched restricted areas to witness the mesmerizing landscapes. Come, join us and enjoy the remote areas of Nepal trekking and tours. Experience with a difference with adventure expert and Sherpa’s guide.