Restricated Treking

Nepal is the popular trekking destination in the world but there is some restricted trekking region in the country. All the restricted area of Nepal is in the Trans Himalayan border with China. These areas are strictly prohibited by the foreigners to travel under any circumstances by the immigration department to protect the environment, prevailing traditional cultures, to check illegal entry into China, and to preserve the natural and herbals products and endangered wild lives.

There are several restricted region trekking destinations in the country such as Upper Mustang Trekking,  Damodar Kunda trekking, Manaslu trekking, Kanchenjunga trekking, Dolpa trekking, Simikot- Hilsa trekking, Tsum valley trekking, and some others. Shikhar adventure can issue a special permit for restricted region trekking under the department of immigration of Nepal. These controlled trekking regions are very difficult and challenging. A permit is issued upon payment of permit fee to the group of a minimum of two people for this area by immigration of Nepal. The permit fee is US$500/person for ten days in Upper Mustang and Dolpo region and US$90/person for the other restricted region for ten days. If you wish to stay more than ten days you should pay US$50/day in the mustang and Dolpo region and US$10/day in the other region. Please feel free to contact us for more detailed information about the restricted region trekking. We are always ready to design your perfect holiday plan in the Himalayas of Nepal.