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Best time to visit

Springs (early April to May) and autumn (early October to late November) are best time to visit Nepal.  Late monsoon (September) and early December are equally nice depending upon the trek regions.

Except summer when it is wet and rain all seasons are good for short trek or a day hike on the foothill of the Annapurna, around the rim of Kathmandu valley and, Langtang and Helambu (north east of Kathmandu). If priority is the question; autumn comes first, second is spring and third is winter. Statistics shows autumn has more trekkers than in spring and winter respectively. To avoid crowd and to get better facilities, if lodge trek is chosen, it is best to travel either in spring or in winter. But winter is not so nice for trek in higher elevation above 4000 meters.

 Because of the word Himalaya associated with trek it is most often asked if snow is encountered during the trek: The answer is “no” if you are trekking in summer and spring below 4500 meter elevation. High areas and passes in the mountain above 5000 meters are generally covered with snow during early spring. 

 Autumn: Monsoon rain normally ends by middle of September. Sometime it drags on to first week of October. The weather in October and November is cold and dry. Sky is clear and views of the mountain are fantastic. Major festivals happen during this season. In the beginning or middle of November weather changes with snowfall in the mountain above 2500 meter and rain in the lower region; this last for a week only and it improves. Temperature in later part of November much colder than in October. This sort of weather continues until middle of December. Generally sky remains clear in the morning and evening; during daytime it is cloudy.

 Average temperature above 900 to 2000 meters is around 7 to 25 degree Celsius. Above 2000 to 3000 meter the temperature usually remains around 4 to 17 degree Celsius. Nighttime is cold and day is quite hot at the above altitude.

 Spring: It is the time when wild flowers are in full bloom. Rhododendron of varieties of colours covers forest on the mountain slopes. Early March is cold with lots of snow on higher elevation above 4000 meter; there would be no snow on lower elevation. Morning and evening are clear with blue sky. Daytime is cloudy. As the season approaches end of April the weather becomes warmer and hot as it gets into May.

 Summer: Short trek is still nice until first week of May. After first week the temperature gets very hot during the day. Nighttime is pleasant. Views of the Himalayan range are visible though it is cloudy during the day. This condition remains until end of June. Rain starts pouring from the beginning of July and remain until middle of September. However this is the best time to visit higher plateau of the Himalayas like Mustang, Kailas and Tibet where the sky remains blue throughout.

 Winter: Mid-December until end of February is usually considered as winter. It is coldest of all the season.  Temperature drops to minus 2 to 6 Celsius in the night. Daytime temperature remains between 12 to 18 degree Celsius; it is warm. Snow covered mountain appear brilliant during the daytime. Nice time to do short trek on the foothills of the mountain.  

What are the Best short treks?

Kathmandu and Pokhara valley offers some of the best short treks. There are several good hotels and accommodation in these two valleys and the road network are much better than any other areas. At the most you can drive an hour or so to the nearest road head and start walking. Because of the proximity of road the selected destination are best for short trek. Most of the short treks do not involve flight. A day hike up to the ridge can be extended to 7 days.

  The brief description of the area generally represents what you would be seeing throughout the trek either it is a day hike or a week trek. In the longer trek you would see more in different form and varieties. But it provides more opportunities to experience nature and culture. The difference is like taking a glimpse and stare. 

  The selected treks in Annapurna Foothill are planned with overnight stay in Pokhara either in the beginning or at the end of the trek. If you want to make it easier, especially with family trek, you can also add hotel in Pokhara at either end of the trek. The selected trek in the rim of Kathmandu valley is based on your stay in Kathmandu..

Safety situation

The tourists visiting Nepal in the aftermath of the massive earthquake have opined that Nepal’s pristine beauty has remained intact while the tourist destinations are safe for travel. 

Travel documents

Trek permit

Trek permit is not required to trek in normal route in  Everest, Langtang and Annapurna region. However you should pay park fees (ACAP) in Kathmandu or Pokhara before trek. Park fees for Everest and Langtang can be paid at the park entrance, but it is best paid before your trek departure.

Trek Permit from Department of Immigration is required to visit Makalu, Kanchanjunga, Dolpa and newly opened areas like Olangchunggola, Hatia, Nanagpala, Rasuwa, Nar – Phu valley, Mugu and Darchula areas.

Special Trek permit is required to visit Mustang, Manaslu, Upper (Inner) Dolpa, Humla (Simikot),Olanghunggola, Hatia and Mugu region

Park Fees:

National Park Fees - ACAP Permit (ACAP)-(MCAP), TIMS

Mustang, Annapurna and Manaslu are under ACAP  (Annapurna Conservation Area Project). Kanchanjunga, Everest, Langtang and Dolpa are under national park.

Trek Permit Fees

Mustang and Upper (Inner) Dolpa of Western Nepal. -  US$500 per person for 10 days and after that $70 per person per day. Government appointed liaison officer is required for Mustang.

Manaslu of Central Nepal - US$90 per person per week in autumn and $75 per person per week in the spring. Minimum 2 weeks is required.

Taplegung and Hatia of Eastern Nepal - US$ 10 per week per person for first 4 weeks, and after that US$ 20 per person per week.  Taplejung and Hatia includes Olangchungola, Lelep, Papung and Yamphudin and Sankuwashava - Kimathanaka, Chepuwa ,Hatiyagola, Pawakhola 

Nanagpala of Everest and Rasuwa of Langtang region - US$10 per person per week. Rasuwa includes – Thuman and Timure.

Nar-Phu and Tilche and Thoche of Annapurna – Manang Region - US$ 90 per person per week for the period September to November, and US$ 75 per person per week for the period December to August.

Mugu, Humla,  Bajhang and Darchula  of Far Western region - US$ 90 per person per week. Mugu area includes Mugu,  Dolpu, Pulu, Bhangri and Humla area includes Limi, Tangekhola and Darma. Bajhang area includes Kanda, Saipal, Dhuli, Darchulla and Vyas. A government appointed liaison is required

In this trek.

Note: Trek permit and visa regulation and fees may change without advance notice. Cost of the permit is not included in the land price unless it is specifically mentioned.

Transportation used in the trek

For long distance travel there are several bus-companies and transport syndicate that operates bus on daily basis. They operate day as well as evening bus.

 To reach road head of trek starting point normally nor aircondition Indian made bus or old german made Mercedez bus are used. For trek that starts at Pokhara there are several companies that operates luxury aircondition or non aircondition bus. Check with us for detail.

 To carry your personal baggage, provision, camping equipment etc depending upon the area yaks, mules and most commonly porters are used..

Communication and mail in the trek

Even remote villages are now connected by telephone. It is has become quite convenient to connect with Kathmandu and in from several places it is possible to contact your home. Telephone in remote villages where electricity is not available they are powered by solar power so the best time to use the phone is during the day only.

 It is best to post your mail in Kathmandu. The post al system in Nepal is pretty chaotic and time consuming.

 In Kathmandu Foreign post office is located next to general post office; it sends and receives foreign parcels. Do not send document by parcel to Kathmandu, because such parcel must be cleared by the customoffice located in the post office. It sometime turn out expensive at this end to clear the parcel. So, It is best to send documents by international courier service..

Language and culture tips in the trail

Nepali is widely spoken in Nepal but in remote villages they may not understand Nepali nor English. In cities if you speak in English you will have no problem in getting help and advice. Either in village or cities you might always get wide smiles for yes or no answers. Whenever you ask for direction make sure to double-check the information because you get answer anyway. While on trek don't take the answer at face value because local people as well as trek staff answer your question for 'how long' in their own time frame work. "Namaste" is greeting and "Dhanyabad" is thank you. Regarding photography always maintain discretion while taking photo of women, religious festival, cremation ground, inside of temple, etc. Always ask for permission..

What to wear in trek

Weather From March to May (spring) is warm during the day and cool in the evening, dusty, rain shower (sometime). May is the hottest of all month. High mountain area has pleasant temperature.

June to August (Monsoon) is lush green and wet. Rain start from beginning of July. Heavy rain- fall is in August. Rain doe not fall throughout day and night. There are several dry days with sun in between. 

September to November (autumn) is warm during the day and cool in the evening. The sky is clear. It is normally regarded as the best time for trekking, tour, festival and other cultural activities.

December to February (winter) is cold and snow in the mountain. End of December and January is very cold. In the mountain daytime is pleasant.   

So bring clothes according to the season and place you would want to visit. 

How long is a day walk

 This is a frequently asked question about trek (long as well as short trek). In an average you walk about 7 to 8 hours a day. Suitable camping site and availability of water determines duration of walk in tented trek. As for lodge trek lodging and eating facility (tea house) determines where and when to stop. At higher elevation above 4000 meter your pace of walking is slower, so in a day you would cover about 5 to 6 hours of walk..

Flight delay in the trek 

Flight to remote airstrip like Lukla, Taplejung, Manang, Jomsom, Jumla, Juphal and Simikot may be delayed because of weather or technical reason. Often in the fall and winter season delay is due to early morning fog that would delay take off until 10am. The delay in the spring could be because of wind and in the summer cloud and wet airstrip. This delay disrupts subsequent flights to this remote STOL airstrip. However you must be at the airport at least 1 hour before departure and do not leave airport until your flight departure is announced.

  Note: Chronic flight delays to and from Lukla and Jomsom have been greatly reduced due to the operation of new airlines in this sector. Since October 1992 flight frequency have been increased. The shortage of aircraft used to be deterrent factor even when the weather conditions permit flights at late hour. Instead of maximum 4 to 6 flight a day in peak season now there are as many as 10 to 15 flights a day. if the delay continues on for several days the only possibility is to charter helicopter; the cost is very high.

Emergency handling in the trek

In the event of illness or injury, either the Sirdar / trek guide with the approval of leader (if there is a trek leader) will arrange to send someone for assistance or transport the ill person to a nearest hospital, airstrip, or road head for evacuation to Kathmandu. The Sirdar and tour leader has complete authority and responsibility in such a situation. It is up to the individual member to decide whether his assistance is required or continues the journey depending upon the situation. The only guideline in such condition is common sense. In some situation if you are not able to make any decision the guide / sardar/ leader would make final decision for your safety. The person who delivers the rescue message should be given full name with sex, passport number and nationality of the sick person including the name of the leader and sardar of the group. This would help the rescue workers to identify the sick person and act accordingly. If ambulance is required at the airport it should also be included in the request.

There are private helicopter services beside the military helicopter. Their priority is rescue request. After the request has been placed the helicopter will be at the rescue spot within 24 hours. If the weather is good and if it has sufficient time to pick up the sick person rescue request would be carried immediately. Once you send for rescue request there is no way you can cancel it. You must wait for the helicopter at the place or point from where you have asked to be rescued. You will end up paying the full charge even if the pilot failed to get you incase if you have moved from the place. Helicopter rescue charge is US$1000 per hour. Normally the helicopter operators including the military helicopter service require advance deposit to fly. However full payment must be made soon after the job is done.  

Highaltitude Sickness

If you have not experienced walking in high altitude region before you may feel uncomfortable with headache, nausea, and lethargy. Even if you have previous experience it is not a guarantee that you are immune. If you are in good physical shape you should slow down your walking pace as you trek above 4000 meters. Experience and statistics has shown that this measure has reduced likelihood of getting altitude sickness. This is neither an assurance nor a guarantee but caution to ask you to be prepared emotionally. In such situation you should be prepared to retreat to lower camp.

The average altitude during a long trek or overland Tibet Tour is 2300 meters (7,500 ft) but on a strenuous trek it may reach as high as 5,400 meters (17,500ft). It is advisable to drink considerably more liquids at high altitudes than at sea level as dehydration is common. If you have heart problems or high blood pressure, you should consult your own doctor before undertaking such a trip. Headaches are common during the first days of a trip, it is best to keep away from any alcoholic drinks until you are acclimatized.

Most fatal cases of altitude sickness (pulmonary edema) resulted from people pushing themselves beyond their capabilities when they were severally affected by altitude problems. Usually altitude problem does not occur below 3600 meter, however at least one extra day should be allowed if you have flown direct to that altitude.

There are Himalayan Rescue Association (HRA) health post in Pheriche (Everest area), and Manang (Annapurna) where maximum number of trekkers pass through. This health post has foreign medical doctors (volunteers), emergency medical instrument and medicine to treat sick trekkers especially when they are affected by high altitude sickness. These post has radio to communicate with its Kathmandu office.Information technology has also arrived in Nepal. Even remote villages are now connected by phone. It is easy as anywhere in the world to get connected.

It is best to post your mail at the hotel. The post office is pretty chaotic and time consuming.

Foreign post office is located next to general post office; it sends and receives foreign parcels. Please not parcel sent to Kathmandu must be cleared by the custom located in the post office..

Trek Itinerary

The itinerary is suggested guideline only. It may change because of weather, physical condition and other circumstances and condition beyond human control. Brief description of the trek is supplied to you after your have booked the trip.

What a trek is like

You will be intimated departure time and flight number a day before your scheduled departure. If you’re traveling by surface you will be given pick up time.

Should you plan to travel Pokhara by local bus you will be given your bus ticket, location and time for reporting

 Life on the trek

You may have lunch or tea before you start to walk; it depends upon when you arrive at the trek start point. Your duffel baggage and camping equipment will be given to the porter to carry. Food will be in a wicker basket, it will also carried by the porters. In the Everest region, instead of porters, yaks are usually used. It will take about 45 minutes to organize all these. Sardar (chief guide) or none of the trek staff lead the way.

   - Camp staffs will always be available for any assistance you may need. They will ensure that you are always on correct trail.

   - When you arrive at the camp staff / Sherpas will set up the tents and lay out the mattress. On the first night choose your partner and tent, after that the they will always find your baggage put it in your tent. All tents are for two persons, unless you have requested a single tent.

   - After you arrive at the camp tea will be served. Drink a lot of fluid. Dinner will be served around 6 p.m. After dinner usually most trekkers retire to their tent. Give your water bottle to the kitchen staff; he will fill it and bring it to you. Candle will be provided in the tent. Extinguish the candle before you go to sleep or go out of the tent.

   - Usual pattern is to wake up at 6am, pack your duffel bag and have breakfast at 6.30am. While you are eating breakfast the Sherpas will brake the camp and make loads for the porters. By 7am everyone is ready to start walking. When weather is cold this schedule may be delayed. Sardar will inform you about this.

  - Lunch stop depends upon suitable spot for cooking spot for cooking as well as place where water is available. Usually you will stop for lunch around 11am. Meals are served in the open. A large ground sheet will be provided to sit around. If weather is cold or wet alternative arrangement will be done.

  -  In average you will be walking about 7 hours a day. If you are at higher elevation you will walk less. It is important to walk slowly and steadily. Because of mountain terrain which is up and down it is difficult to measure distance covered in each day. Usually you will be walking about 10 km a day or in average of 6-7 hours walk. For a family trek with children this schedule is adjusted. Your day to day schedule is arranged in such a way that you can easily cover the distance without taxing your body. Anyone in good health and sound physical condition can complete any trek that we organize. But you should be prepared to walk steep hills at times, or in hot weather or snow or rain.

   For those who choose lodge trek or combination of lodge and tented trek the schedule will be based on availability of lodges and suitable eating places on the way. The headman (Sirdar) takes care of all the expenses. He fix accommodation and plan stops accordingly.

 Clothing and equipment for trek

This are essential items you will need during the trek:

Sleeping bag - either down or fiber filled. (available for rent in Kathmandu)

Rucksack or backpack or daypack (Water proof)

Duffel bag (waterproof) without frame. This will be carried by the porter.

Sunglass or dark goggles-it is must for snow.

Hats- Sun hat and woolen hat.

Water bottle (1 liter) - with proper cap.

Down jackets, wool-shirts and sweater

Socks- Wool or wool/nylon.

Shorts and shirts (full sleeve).

Walking shoe: trekking boots are useful in all condition. It is must item if you’re going to snow, glacier and high altitude region. A pair of running shoe is useful anywhere.

Gaiter (if you are going to snow, glacier and high pass) This is not required for short treks.

Pocket- knife and flashlight.

Raingear- is always useful.

Umbrella- it is useful as a walking stick as well as to protect from the sun.

 The above list is only for suggestions. You should plan it according to your requirement and past experience. Remember not to make baggage more than 15 kg. It is possible to buy or rent equipment in Kathmandu. But for this you should plan some days to shop around. Shoes are usually most difficult items to rent or buy, so bring your own shoes.

Medical Supplies for trek                                                                                                   

  • These are standard items: 
  • Chip stick or glacier cream
  • Foot powder            
  • Bandage and tapes
  • Moleskin or blister tape  
  • Lomotil or medicine for diarrhea 
  • Decongestant medicine
  • Aspirin  
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Cough Syrup
  • Water purification tablets
  • Suntan Lotion                                                                                            

    The above list shows our suggestions. You should plan it according to your requirement and past experience.

Meals on the trek

Standard menu items:

  • Breakfast -Tea and coffee
  • Eggs (fried, boiled or posed)
  • Bread
  • Cereals (porridge-oats, rice, granola, and corn flake)
  • Butter, jam, honey and  peanut butter


  • Tea and coffee
  • Fried potatoes or vegetables
  • Sandwich or Chapati (cooked bread) - with can fish or meat
  • Peanut butter, jam and tomato ketchup
  • Vegetable salads
  • Fruits


  • Soup (mixed, vegetable, or chicken)
  • Noodle (spaggati or chowmein),  Nepales dinner- dal (lintel) bhat with meat or vegetable,  bread (chapati) with meat or vegetable curry, fried rice or meat dumpling (momo)
  • Fruits cocktail (mango, pears, mixed), jelly, or pudding
  • Tea, coffee, and hot chocolate


Before breakfast it is tradition to give wake up tea or coffee and a bowl luke warm water for washing. On arrival at lunch stop orange /lemon squash or lemon tea with biscuits is given. Same is repeated upon arrival at camp site. A bowl or water is provided for washing at the camp site.

   Cook try to prepare different menu every day. Usually after a week the menu is repeated depending upon what is available. Vegetable, fruits and kerosene are bought at Kathmandu, Pokhara, Jomsom, Namche Bazar, and at various places on the way depending upon situation and availability. Usually potatoes and wheat flour are available in some of major villages but rice are bought at major cities and villages only.

  Meat (chicken, buffalo, goat, yak or sheep) are bought at villages on the way.

We use soybean / vegetable oil for cooking meals. Kerosene is used for lighting and cooking.

  Cook is assisted by kitchen assistants. Camp site and lunch stop are chosen by the sardar (guide) with approval from the cook. For him  availability of water and

not so windy place is important and for guide good view and clean camp site          wide enough to accommodate all tents is important.  .

Cleanliness and hygiene 

It is a routine job of our trek staffs to clean tents and kitchen equipment immediately after each trek before it is handed over to the store. All members shall get clean tent. Cooks and kitchen staffs are trained in cooking food and maintaining hygiene. They use potassium permanganate to treat water for washing vegetable and cleaning. Different soaps are provided for washing hands and kitchen utensils. They are trained to prepare clean and hygienic food; this is the priority. Their past experience in trek have thought them to prepare excellent meals.

Accommodation during trek

This is a frequently asked question about trek (long as well as short trek). In an average you walk about 7 to 8 hours a day. Suitable camping site and availability of water determines duration of walk in tented trek. As for lodge trek lodging and eating facility (tea house) determines where and when to stop. At higher elevation above 4000 meter your pace of walking is slower, so in a day you would cover about 5 to 6 hours of walk. With family the pace of walking is slower.

Tour Guide in the trek

English speaking guide would accompany during sightseeing tour. Tour guides are trained and licensed by the government. It is possible to engage tour guide proficient in other international language. Advance notice is required in this case.

Special tour guide like resource person in particular subject are also available. Though they are expensive. Their charge ranges from US$60 to US$100 per day.

Camp Staffs, porters, and yaks

It is very important that you try to grasp a few of the principals of the Buddhist, Lama and Hindu Religions. There is such a wealth of religious artifacts displayed in the monasteries that at least you will get to understand some of what you see. In order to appreciate the trek and stopping points etc. and also to get idea of the mountains the books would be helpful. It is possible to purchase panoramic views of the mountains with written identification while in Kathmandu.

There has been a great explosion of new material written about Tibet and Nepal and just about every place on earth these last five years. The book list has tentative titles. Lonely Planet Guides, Rough Guides, Insight Guides, Moon Handbook to Nepal. Various guides to Kathmandu and the art, people, etc.

Helpful tips before starting your tour

Airticket Reconfirmation: You should reconfirm your onward journey. You should do this yourself or ask your representative to do this for you. Do not changed your confirmed schedule of your onward journey, if you do, it will be at your own risk.


Shopping can be fun if you just know how to do it. General rule is not to start asking price if you do not want the item. If you think it is good you may start bargaining but make sure you don't start with the price the sellers takes it. Normally it is good to start at 50% less than offered price. If it is expensive items, best to compare prices. Remember that it is prohibited by law to export antique items. But there are several items like jewelry, semi precious stones, Tibetan and Nepali style Thanka painting, wool carpets, woolen sweater and jacket, pasmina shawls, handicrafts, wooden and metal crafts etc. Normally shopkeepers do not give receipt of the payment.  All these items are best available in Kathmandu.



We strongly recommend that you are insured against accident, emergency evacuation, loss of or damage to baggage and personal effect, and trip cancellation due to personal or family health/illness, etc. Emergency and medical insurance are now available in Kathmandu.(for detail check with us), however it is best obtained at home.

Valuable and money

Do not take valuable and travelers check on the trek. Leave it behind at the safe deposit box. It is available in most hotels.

You need money for soft drink, beer etc and tips to porters and Sherpa staffs. In a short trek Nepalese rupees worth US$50 to $100 is sufficient, and on longer trek $150 to $200 on rupees of smaller denomination would be alright unless you want to buy some souvenirs.

You should take Nepalese rupees/local currency in the trek. If your trek is prepaid you need not worry about purchasing food on the trail. Take currency in small denomination of Rs 5 and Rs 10 and Rs 50, Credit Card, travelers check and large denomination notes are no good in the mountain.

Tourists, except Indian nationals, are not allowed to bring in Indian currency. There is no restriction in bringing cash or traveler's check. But the amount taken out at departure should not exceed the amount declared on arrival. The import or export of gold and silver is strictly prohibited and all travelers to Nepal are advised not to carry gold on behalf of others. Do not remit / export foreign currencies without permission of the National Bank. 

Nepalese Rupees fluctuates daily relative to international basket of currencies. Usually any change in international gold price and dollar rates affects the exchange rates.

For guideline current exchange rates as on Nepal Rastra Bank  

Credit Card: American express and Visa credit cards are widely accepted in all tourist places and banks.


It is one of the major source of stomach problem. While in Kathmandu you have choice to drink bottled mineral water but on the trek you should bring small bottle of iodine crystal to treat your drinking water. Or check with your chemist the best method to treat water. At camp you will get plenty of tea or coffee to supplement your water requirement; this is safe. Generally water provided in the hotel is safe. But we suggest not to drink water direct from the tap and pitcher kept in your bedroom. Food in the trek is treated with potassium permanganate (pink water) and water are boiled.

We advise you should drink only boiled water and eat freshly cooked food. Maintain basic hygiene while eating food. Do not get nervous if you get mild diarrhea of change in diet your system takes time to adapt.

Photography: Bring your own films and batteries. Video cameras are permitted but 16 mm. movie cameras are not allowed; this camera is considered as professional equipment therefore it is subject to very high custom duty. Photography inside the religious monuments and generally not allowed.

If you’re planning to bring movie camera, etc and need some one to carry, you should request a staff to carry this in advance. If you have not requested earlier your Sirdar will hire someone to carry for you. This cost is not included so you are expected to pay the cost direct to the Sirdar or the porter. Camera (even broken one) and valuable should not be but in the duffel bag.

National park charge fees for movie camera for taking the camera insie the national park. Special permit is required for professional movie camera to film 16 mm movie  or documentary. Please check with us for detail.  


Local Time and Office Hour

Nepal time is 5 hour and 45 minutes ahead of GMT. During summer the sun rises about 5am and sets at 7pm. During the shortest day in winter sunrises about 6.30am and by 6pm it is already dark. Saturday is official holiday. All government office closes on Sunday also.

So office and banks closes on Saturday and Sunday however foreign exchange counters are open for business. Most shops are closed on Saturday only. Summer office opening time is from 9am to 5pm and wintertime is 10am to 4pm. City life becomes quite by 8pm.


Metered taxis are widely available. Local buses and mini/micro buses are available to reach almost all the points in Kathmandu City. But the buses do not run according to schedule time. Whenever it is full it goes. You can also hire bicycle and motorbike. Rickshaws are available in some tourist places, but make sure to bargain price before taking a ride.

For long distance travel there are several bus-companies and transport syndicate that operates bus on daily basis. They operate day as well as night bus.

For tours, airport transfer and transportation to trip starting and end points depending upon the price luxury air condition or non-air condition bus or standard comfortable Indian bus are used. Comfortable private cars are also available for long distance travel.

Airport tax The airport tax for international flight is Rs 3000 and doemstic Rs 200 which will be included in the ticket hence purchased.


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