Trekking Info


Please ensure  you bring  your  own emergency  travel  insurance  policy  from  you  home country. we request  you to provide  a copy  of  your  policy  before  your  trip  starts. policies must  cover  for  potential  helicopter  evection the eventuality of a serious  illness loss of  baggage, Accidental  injury, inability  to  walk at high altitude etc, insurance  should  also  cover  for  possible evacuation  incase of  getting  stranded in any  remote  areas  due  to  un expected bad weather  conditions.


Ecological   diversities  prove that  Nepal  is ‘All  SEASONS  COUNTRY ”  for   tourism. It is possible to travel at any time throughout the year.  The main season to trek in Nepal is  during  spring  season (March  to May ) and autumn season (September to mid-December ).  During this season, days are warm  and skies are clear, making this season  favorable for trekking.  Even during  the monsoon  season (June, July  and  August) trekking is possible in the  rain -shadow areas  north  of the  Himalaya  like  Mustang, Dolpa, Humla, Jumla,  Rara  lake and Mt. Kailash and Manasarovar  lake  tour  are  best  in  this  season and  other region of Tibet  as well.

Reservation and  cancellation

One  can book  the trekking  by mail or call us  directly  at Good Day Nepal Escursion in  Kathmandu, Nepal  or  through  any  local  travel  agent  in your home country. In order to  confirm  the  booking, 25% deposit of the total  trekking  cost  is required  at  least  eight  weeks  in advance and rest of the amount upon arrival in Kathmandu before starting trek. No refund will be made if cancellation is  made  within  a month and also, if  you  decide to  leave  the  trek after starting.

Trekking  Grades: 

Trek   Grade1-Easy

Experience  is  not  necessary  for  taking  part at this  grade: anyone who  is in  good  health  and  fit  enough  to  walk  for 4-6 hours  a day  can manage  easy  treks.  These  treks always  involve  some  effort: trails  are  seldom  flat and you  must  still  expect  to  have  a reasonable  amount of ascend and  descent .Elevation is  around 3000m.

 Trek Grade2- moderate

most of the people who want to enjoy vacation in the  Himalayas  are  capable  of  undertaking a trek  at  this  Grade :  you need to be  in good health  and fit . you are likely  to walk  for 4-6 hours  each day two or more days  over steep  hills and usually  rough  trails. Altitude  is  above  3100m.


Trek Grade 3 : strenuous 

for  any  trek at  this Grade  fitness is  most important  and  you have to  improve  your fitness  before  starting this grade.  You must be  confident about  your  physical as well as mental conditions. Altitude, climate and remote wild environment  plays an important part in  this  grade.  you will walk  for  5 and  7 hours. Elevation is around  4100m

Trek Grade 4-Though

for  this  grade, we  recommend prior experience of trekking. you  need to take  part at altitude and be confident  in  your  physical  condition  and  your  ability to trek  for many  days  without a break and be able to  cope with  different weather conditions and difficult  paths.  Extremes  of  altitude  and  weather  may  also  encounter and on some  trekking, it may  be  necessary  to use ice  axe, rope  and crampons. you  may walk  from 5 to 9 hours  and elevation of  over 5000m.

Trek  Grade 5- very  Tough

this  grade  is very  difficult and tricky like river crossing, very  high  or difficult  passes, glaciers  or trekking  peaks  where  basic  climbing  skills may  be required. often  some special  equipments such as ice axe, rope  and crampons  will be  needed. You might face difficult weather conditions and climbing experiences.  You will walk  for  7 to  9 hours a day. Altitudes of over 6000m.