Ruby Valley Trek

Trip Duration 12
Max Altitude 3842M
Group Size 2 to 20
Best Time for Visit March to May, Sep to February

Trip Overview


Embark on an unforgettable trek to the enchanting Ruby Valley, a hidden gem also nestled in the heart of natural splendor. Located in the picturesque landscape of Nepal, this valley also promises a harmonious blend of breathtaking vistas, rich culture, and captivating adventures. Situated northwest of Kathmandu, the Ruby Valley is also a pristine haven for nature enthusiasts and trekkers alike. The valley gets its name from the precious red and pink rubies that metaphorically adorn its trails, symbolizing the vibrant flora and fauna that thrive in its serene surroundings. The trekking trails also meander through lush forests, terraced fields, and charming local villages, offering a glimpse into the traditional lifestyle of the Tamang and Gurung communities. The journey also begins in Syabrubesi, a quaint village that serves as the gateway to the Ruby Valley. The trail leads trekkers through terraced farmlands, dense rhododendron forests, and alpine meadows adorned with a spectrum of wildflowers. Along the way, encounter warm-hearted locals, known for their hospitality and unique cultural practices. Traditional villages like Gatlang, Goljung, and Parvati Kunda offer insights into the ancient ways of life, with intricately designed houses and age-old rituals that continue to thrive.

Gazing Beyond Horizons: The Paldor Peak Viewpoint and More on the Ruby Valley Trek

One of the highlights of the Ruby Valley trek is the stunning viewpoint of Paldor Peak, which offers panoramic vistas of majestic Himalayan ranges, including Langtang Lirung, Ganesh Himal, and Manaslu. Trekkers can choose varying routes depending on their preferences, from a moderate journey that delves into local culture to more challenging paths that venture into higher altitudes. The Ruby Valley isn't just about trekking; it's a holistic experience that connects travelers to nature, culture, and self-discovery. The valley's serene ambiance provides ample opportunities for meditation and introspection, making it an ideal destination for those seeking spiritual rejuvenation. As the sun sets behind the rugged mountains, indulge in authentic Nepali cuisine prepared with local ingredients. Savor dhal bhat, momo, and other traditional dishes, as you share stories around the fire with fellow trekkers and local guides.

Conclusion and Summary

In a world saturated with tourist destinations, the Ruby Valley stands as a testament to untouched beauty and cultural authenticity. Whether you're a seasoned trekker or an adventurer at heart, this valley promises an experience that will forever be etched in your memory – a true rendezvous with nature's splendor and the essence of Nepal's soul.

 Trip Highlight

  • Newly opened and unexplored trekking destination close to the capital city of Kathmandu
  • Relaxing natural hot springs
  • Panoramic closeup view of Ganesh Himal, Langtang Himal, and Manaslu Himal
  • Pangsang La Pass (3,842 m /12,604ft)
  • Diverse terrain farmland, green meadow, and rocky hills
  • Home to the domestic animals like sheep, yak, goat, and ox and exotic animals like musk deer, leopards.
  • Dense rhododendron, pine, oak, and bamboo forests
  • Raging rivers with suspension bridges, gorges, waterfalls, and stone-driven mills
  • Unique, rich, culture and traditions of Tamang, Gurung, Brahmin, and Dalits


Upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, travelers are greeted by the bustling energy of Nepal’s capital city. After completing the necessary arrival procedures, including customs and immigration, adventurers are transferred to their designated hotel, where they can unwind and settle in after their journey. Depending on the time of arrival, visitors may find themselves with some free time to begin acquainting themselves with the vibrant streets and rich cultural tapestry of Kathmandu. Whether it’s strolling through bustling markets, sampling local cuisine, or visiting iconic landmarks such as Durbar Square or Swayambhunath Stupa, this initial period offers a tantalizing glimpse into the enchanting allure of Kathmandu Valley. It sets the stage for the adventure to come, sparking anticipation and excitement for the trekking expedition ahead.

Embarking on a cultural odyssey, travelers devote an entire day to immersing themselves in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites scattered across Kathmandu Valley. Beginning with the mystical ambiance of Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple, adventurers ascend its ancient steps, enveloped in the fragrance of incense and the echoes of chanting monks. Here, atop a hill, they marvel at the panoramic views of the city below while admiring the timeless beauty of the stupa and its intricate architecture.

Next on the itinerary is Boudhanath Stupa, a revered symbol of Tibetan Buddhism and a sanctuary of serenity amidst the urban bustle. Encircled by prayer flags and the mesmerizing gaze of Buddha’s eyes, travelers circumambulate the colossal stupa, soaking in the spiritual atmosphere and observing devotees engaged in prayer and meditation.

Journeying onward, visitors arrive at the sacred banks of the Bagmati River, home to the sacred Pashupatinath Temple. Here, amidst the ancient temples and cremation ghats, pilgrims and Sadhus congregate to pay homage to Lord Shiva, the patron deity of Nepal. Witnessing the rituals of life and death along the riverbanks, travelers gain profound insights into the spiritual essence of Nepalese culture.

Concluding the day’s explorations, adventurers venture into the heart of Kathmandu’s historic center, Kathmandu Durbar Square. Amidst a labyrinth of palaces, courtyards, and intricately carved temples, they traverse through centuries of history and marvel at the architectural splendor of Newari craftsmanship. From the majestic Hanuman Dhoka Palace to the intricately carved wooden facade of Kumari Bahal, the living goddess’s abode, each corner reveals a tale of royalty, tradition, and cultural heritage.

As the day draws to a close, travelers depart from these timeless landmarks, enriched by their encounters with Nepal’s living history and cultural treasures, preparing for the adventures that lie ahead on their journey through the Himalayan foothills.

Driving Hours (122 km/75.8 miles) –7- 9 hrs.

After early morning breakfast, the drive to Syabrubesi begins. You head out of Kathmandu to the highway, slowly heading towards the north along the main valley road. You will come across many beautiful views of the river, terraced fields, small villages, and snowcapped mountains if the sky is clear. The road takes you to a little busy town called Dhunche. While passing along the road at the bank of Trishuli river, you will catch glimpse of Ganesh Himal, terraces, and green hills. Passing through Dhunche will make you feel as though you are heading towards deep land. Then continue the drive, we will arrive at Syabrubesi with many things to explore and a riverside hot spring.

  • overnight at lodge
  • Included meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Highest Altitude 2240 m/7355 ft

Trek Duration 6 hrs

Syabrubensi being our start point, we inaugurate our first day on the trail. Climbing to the west and passing through rural villages and terraced fields we get great scenic views of nature. Trekking at the off beaten path, with our pace, the scenery is indeed peaceful and spectacular. Gatlang is an idyllic settlement inhabited mainly by people of the Tamang and Gurung ethnicity. The homes are closely connected. Above the village, we can take a side-tour to visit a cheese production center and nearby pond that is considered sacred by locals and a festival site for Hindu pilgrims and the location offers a marvelous panorama.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Highest Altitude 3,270 m/10,765 ft

Trek Duration 6-7hrs

From the royal Gatlang, we lead above the village to a pilgrimage area with a pond and Hindu shrine. This sacred area is known as Parvati Kund and is especially busy during festivals. Our serene trail then passes through rhododendron (Nepal’s national flower) and pine forest with occasional open pastures. The forests are often seen to be more colorful and scenic during spring and summer. We then further trek to Khurpu Bhanjyang pass where the views are truly spectacular. Descending down into the valley to the west, through a more serene and remote forested area, we eventually cross the Somdang River which is the border between the Dhadingand Rasuwa districts. We finally reach Dhading. Up the valley is a former mining compound that is no longer in operation. The collection of riverside lodges a few minutes down from the bridge is our destination.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Highest Altitude 3,845 m/12,645 ft

Trek Duration 8-9 hrs

From the small settlement of Somdang, we have a climb through more scenic terrain with dense jungle on the way up to a large pasture that is known as Pangsang Kharka. This pass has a wide-open meadow and affords great views of the surrounding territory including the Annapurnas, Manaslu and mighty Ganesh Himal, and more. We then make our way down through more thick jungle as we descend with a broad perspective of the lush valley that we are entering. Eventually, we reach Tipliing, a large settlement of mostly Tamang people with Buddhist monasteries and Christian churches as well. The locals are very friendly and we will get an insight into their Tibetan influenced culture.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Highest Altitude 1,875 m/6,190 ft

Trek Duration 2 hrs

The trek today will be a short and relaxed day as we trek our way to the sister villages of Shertung and Chalis Gaon. First, we descend down through the serene jungle and cross a tributary and then make a contour to the splendid village of Chalish Gaon which is an idyllic setting. About 100 m above Chailsh Gaon is Shertung village and both magnificent settlements leave a lot to explore, or just relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery of surrounding fields and lush valley below. Shertung and Chalish Gaon are inhabited mainly by Gurung, Tamang and Dalit people.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Today, we take a day away from trekking to acclimatize and also to truly relax and enjoy the surroundings. We have optional hikes to nearby natural hot springs across the valley with built-up, riverside pools where we can soak our cares away. Another option is a hike up to a spectacular viewpoint above the villages. Or, just sit back and take in the village life, perhaps interacting with the local people and observing their typical daily schedule. The local people will perform their traditional and cultural dances as a form of entertainment for us.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Highest Altitude 1,800m/5,960 ft

Trek Duration 2 hrs.

Driving Hours 7 to 8 hrs.

A final day before we leave back to Kathmandu, we enjoy all the wonderments of this trail. After a pleasant breakfast, We hike further ahead to Bortang village then descend to Lishne Khola from Borang. where we will find a local jeep to take us back. Through a curvy road, we head towards Dhading Besi. Traversing through Ankhu Khola and Kimdang Phedi Village, we will enjoy the drive back home. As we return, we see the increasing settlements, which will make us nostalgic for the peace we immersed in the trail.

  • Overnight at Local lodge/home Stay
  • Included Local meals (Breakfast+Lunch+Dinner).

Driving Hours 3 to 4 hrs.

We take another bus from Dhading to Kathmandu from where we will escort you back to your hotel. We can manage a tour around the city as per your request. You can visit several world heritage sites around the city. As beautiful as the mountains, the culture around the city is a must-see before you call it an end to your vacation.

  • Overnight at your own selected hotel at Kathmandu.
  • Included meals (Breakfast+Lunch).

With departure day in Kathmandu, travelers may find themselves with a window of free time before their flight, contingent upon their individual schedules. This spare time presents an opportunity for last-minute indulgences in the vibrant tapestry of Nepalese culture. Whether it’s perusing bustling markets for unique handicrafts, sampling local delicacies at street stalls, or simply soaking in the ambiance of Kathmandu’s bustling streets, visitors have the chance to savor their final moments in this enchanting city.

As the time to bid farewell draws near, travelers make their way to Tribhuvan International Airport, the gateway to their onward journey or departure. Accompanied by the memories of their adventures in Nepal, they navigate through the airport’s bustling terminals, perhaps pausing for a moment to reflect on the experiences that have enriched their journey. With hearts filled with gratitude and anticipation for the adventures yet to come, they embark on the next leg of their voyage, carrying with them the spirit of Nepal and the promise of new horizons awaiting beyond the clouds.

Departures & Availability

The set departure dates listed are specially quoted and specified for group joining option. Let us know if the set departure dates are not suitable for you- another dates which are suitable for you can certainly be added by us.

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Start Date Price Availability

All trip prices are per person based on double occupancy, are subject to change without notice and do not include airfare. All prices and fares are quoted in U.S. dollars.

Price include

  • Kathmandu to Syabrubesi (trek start) and Borang (trek end) to Dhading Bensi to Kathmandu by local bus.
  • Accommodation: Local lodge/Home stay -7 Nights
  • All Local Meals ( 8 Lunches, 7 Dinners and 8 Breakfasts) during the trek.
  • Government License holder English Speaking Friendship World Treks experienced and qualified trek leader guide and porter to help trekkers luggage. (2 trekkers:1 porter “9 kg per trekker max limit”)
  • Coverage of guides and porters meals, insurance, salary, lodging, transportation and other necessary equipment.
  • Langtang National Park entry permit fee.
  • Trekkers Information Management System (TIMS) card fee.
  • Snacks (cookies) and Seasonal fresh fruits every day
  • All government, Local taxes and official Expenses
  • Water purification tablets for safe drinking water
  • Assistance in arranging rescue operation in case of complicated health condition (funded by travel insurance).
  • Souvenir – A company’s T-shirt & Cap
  • Friendship World Trek’s appreciation of certificate after over the successfully trek.
  • Farewell Dinner at the end of the trek

Price Excludes

  • International Flight.
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees for multiple Entries on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport- (15 days – $25-30, 30 days- $40-50 and 90 days- $100-110)
  • Excess baggage charges (Limit is 9kg per Person)
  • All Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu, before and after we start our journey
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to early arrival or late departure, early return from the trek.
  • Personal nature of expenses such as laundry, telephone call, battery recharge, shopping, laundry, extra porters, beverages etc.
  • Personal clothing and gear.
  • Travel insurance which has to cover emergency high-altitude rescue and evacuation compulsory
  • Tips for guide and porters (Recommended by the Culture)
  • Additional costs or delays caused by management out of control like landscape, bad weather condition, in case of itinerary modification with a view to safety concern, illness, change of government policy, political instability raises strike, moment etc.
  • All the costs and expenses which are not listed in “cost includes” will be counted as excludes

Gears And Equipment

Trip Information

Equipment Lists for Ruby Valley Trek


  • Sun hat or scarf

  • Winter hat or insulating hat or Wide brimmed hat

  • Headlight with extra batteries


  • Sunscreen

  • Sunglasses with UV protection

  • Face/body wipes


  • Lightweight gloves

  • Heavyweight winter gloves


  • Hiking shirts

  • Long sleeved shirt

  • Hooded rain jacket

  • Fleece jacket

  • Lightweight cotton pants

  • T-Shirt (bring lightweight wool)

  • Polypropylene underwear

  • Down jacket (available in rent in Kathmandu)

  • Sweater

  • Waterproof jacket and pants


  • Hiking Boots

  • Thick wool socks (Take an extra pair of thick light socks)

Essential gear

  • Backpack or daypack (Size depends on whether you take porter or not)

  • Thermal bottle

  • Water purification

  • Trekking pole

  • Sleeping bag (-15 degree bag is best in the high altitude trekking)


  • Medium size drying towel

  • Toothbrush

  • Toothpaste

  • Deodorant floss

  • Biodegradable bar soap

  • Nail clippers

  • Small mirror

Personal accessories

  • Money

  • Watch

  • Cell phone

  • Camera

Extra items

  • First aid kit

  • Extra passport photos and photocopies of passport

  • Notebook and pen

  • Binoculars

Accommodation Details During The Trek

8 Days Ruby Valley trek includes Seven nights home stay/ Local lodge to lodge stay at a mountain where we use the local lodges that provide basic facility and will make you feel homely with the warm hospitality of the local people.
Two nights of Hotels in Kathmandu before and after the trek is required which is not included in the package. Kathmandu has a wide range of hotels for all budgets and your interest. We prefer your choice.

Hot showers, Wi-Fi will be available at an extra cost in possible places

The Meals

The trek is over higher elevations, which means your body needs enough carbohydrates, protein, nutrition for the body to hike on such humongous Himalayan trails. The meal in this trek is very convenient, not like that in cities, but we make sure you get the entire supplements through your complete trek.
We will be providing you with 8 Breakfasts, 8 Lunch, and 7 Dinners during the trek.

The local food will usually be fresh, hygienic, tasty, and nutritious. We highly recommend consuming enough liquids, green tea, lemon tea, hot lemon, ginger tea, and garlic soup (must) at high altitude and fresh vegetables for health benefit. Though plenty of non-veg items will be available, we won’t recommend any of them because the meat in such places may not be healthy during the trek. As suggested by experts, it is best to avoid alcohol, caffeinated drinks, hot chocolate, dairy, and cheesy items in such high elevation treks.

All personal bills (Alcoholic Drinks, Hot and Cold Drinks) in tea houses/ lodges or in cafe except standard meals mentioned (including Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with seasonal fruits) are excluded from the package.

Best Time to Trek

The weather is one of the most important factors to look at when deciding to trek to The Ruby Valley Trek. It is best suited to trek during the spring, summer, and autumn. During the winters and monsoon, it becomes difficult to trek due to strong winds, storms, and slippery trails.

January – February

This time is the coldest, especially from early January to early February. The temperature can be extremely cold. Though the day time may be warm and admirable with clear skies, the night time would be extremely cold. It would not be suggested to trek during this time.

March – April

This is the best time of the season to trek in the Ruby Valley Trek. The weather is very favorable through the trek. Stunning views of the central Himalayan range will be seen. Temperatures may start increasing from the mid of March and with clear skies, snow mountains will be seen at their best. Many trekkers often succeed in their expedition at this time. On the journey, the rhododendron flowers will be blooming at its best with a variety of colors.

May – June

This is also the perfect time for trekking right before the rainfall. Nepal starts its rainfall from the end of June till mid-August. The season of spring and summer makes the trek much more enjoyable.

July – August

The rainfall hits its peak during this time. Due to rainfall, it would not be advisable to trek during this season as the difficulty would arise. The trails would be very slippery. Having to trek by ridges and descending down the trails would make it risky.

September – October

This is also one of the perfect seasons for the Ruby Valley trek. This season is the peak of tourists due to the favorable weather. As the monsoon slowly ends, a perfect trekking climate sets itself.
The temperature goes up to 25 degrees in the day time and falls down to 5 degrees during the night time. This season is when trekkers enjoy trekking the most, with a clear sky, and an amazing view of the mountains. It is highly recommended as it’s the best time for the Ruby Valley trek, usually between mid-September to end. Tourists in this season are also attracted by the main festival of Nepal; Dashain and Tihar.

November – December

As winter slowly begins, snow falls begin in the Ganesh Himal Region and it eventually tough to trek. Nights will start to get colder. November is the busy season as it is the clearest month with sparkling days. The daytime temperatures are very stable and constant and due to this, the view of the clear blue sky and the mountain is phenomenal. From December, the temperature starts to get cold, and begins to snow.

All Personal Bills (Alcoholic Drinks, Hot and Cold Drinks) in tea house/ Lodges or in cafe except Standard Meals(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with seasonal fruits) are excluded from Package


In this trek, we will be acclimatizing at Chalish Gaon. During this extra rest day, we have options for hiking, exploring the village, and learning the culture and lifestyle of the locals. Altitude sickness is commonly faced by many trekkers and will need immediate treatment and shouldn’t be left ignored. Our trekking leader and guide have extensive first aid training and well -experienced in the Himalaya we urge to inform your group leader and guide at first signs of the symptoms,
we guarantee your health will be at reliable hands. Your trek leader or guide will suggest precautions. The best way is to take your time and drink plenty of water at least 4 liters a day. If it is severe the only cure for altitude sickness is to descend immediately. Please note that your group leader has the ultimate responsibility to decide or stop your ascent based on your overall condition. It is essential to keep in mind that some are more vulnerable than others.

Trip Grade: Fitness level, Medical and Health

The Ruby Valley Trek is a slightly challenging yet rewarding trek. The hiking will be from 5 to 7 hours a day depending on the destination, taking regular breaks where we admire the mountain views. The trek routes involve long climbs, steep descents, and a steep forward trail in the rocky paths and the forests as well. To go on such treks, the fitter, the more comfortable and enjoyable the journey will be. If you have experience or enjoy trekking, this may be an advantage for you. This trek is not recommended to those who suffer from sensitive medical conditions such as heart or lung disease.

Trekking group/single

We organize a group as well as a private trek. The price of group discount is applied with having your own paxes at your group and price will be the same whether group joining or private touring. We are able to lead and handle any size of the participants in a group. There will be a group leader Guide, a porter for every two trekkers, and an assistant guide for a group of 12 or above trekking members.

A typical day on trek

A day of trekking will be rewarded with a unique experience providing to trek leisurely with plenty of time to enjoy the scenery, take photos, and explore the local village. During the trek, you are accompanied by an experienced, friendly, and qualified expert guide along with porters to carry out your baggage. You need to take your small regular day pack on hiking days. The day starts with an early morning cup of tea.

Each morning after packing our bags and having a wholesome breakfast, we set off on the day’s walk around 7 am -8 am, depending on the duration and nature of the day’s walk. after trekking 3 to 4 hours, lunch will be served around midday on the route to the next destination and we continue after an hour rest. The afternoon walk is generally shorter being only 2 to 3 hours when we read our overnight lodge we snack on the prepared extra dietary snacks, then after dinner, we will have free time to explore nearby places. Dinner is provided around 6 to 7 pm.

In the evening before going to bed, we discuss each group member’s hiking experience of that day. And the guide will brief the next day trip plan. After completing the trip briefing we enjoy fun and games and entertainment. Trekkers love learning the Nepalese language from our Friendship World Trek crews, playing cards, talking to and chatting with the crew members, reliving the day adventure, or reading books before heading off to bed for a well-deserved sleep.

Communication on Ruby Valley Trek

On the Ruby Valley Trek, the use of internet service will be available at the lodges with some extra service charge. You can contact your family and friends via the lodges, but once we reach high altitudes communication will be through the phone for safety proposes. We’ll communicate all our valuable clients through our leader at least once a day to make sure you’re fine, safe, feel right, and have everything up there.

You’ll always be connected to Kathmandu’s FWT office for any kind of help during the trek. Also, depending on the kind of network you use, there will be a signal but not very strong before the high altitude. At your request, we can provide you with a separate local sim card (Most of the places have wifi service available with an extra cost) for good access to connect.

Normally Wi-Fi works every part of the trek in lodge/lodges which will be provided with an extra cost.

Extra personal expenses on trekking

Friendship World Trek tries to provide all extra expenses excluded from the package. Meals and accommodations in Kathmandu will have to be arranged by self. Trekkers will have to bring personal spending money with them to cover costs of accommodations in Kathmandu, visa process, travel insurance policy purchase, beverages, snacks for the trek, tips to the trekking crew members, souvenirs, etc. We recommend bringing cash (dollars) which can be changed to rupees here.

Electricity and battery recharge, water on the trek

Throughout the lodges at The Ruby Valley trek, electricity for the camera and mobile battery recharge is available by paying at price at all lodges. Most lodges have hydroelectricity and some of them have used solar panels. Water during the trek, you can buy either packed mineral water from local lodges and en route shop or filling boiled water at an extra cost. A water purification pill is suggested for drinking water.

You shouldn’t drink water from the river, tap, well up there cause it might not be drinkable as it seems.

Travel insurance

This trip grade is ranked moderately difficult as it entails the risk of high altitude trekking, potential altitude sickness, and other unforeseen events including sudden climate changes.
Travel insurance is a significant part of our booking condition for The Ruby Valley Trek. All the members of trekking must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate to Friendship World Trek. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation inclusive of helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses at high altitude for trekking members.
We can recommend insurance companies to help you but we don’t directly get involved in the sale of an insurance policy. Members can be refused to be included in the trekking based on insufficient, improper, or absence of travel insurance policy.
Trekking members are kindly requested to send their detailed insurance information once they book for trekking. In case of emergency situations, we will be using the insurance policy and informational documents you sent us. This will help us arrange a quick and effective rescue operation, transfer for emergency medical help, etc. Please ensure that the insurance company includes the cost incurred for mountain rescue service at the highest elevation of the trekking.

Before you buy travel insurance (Don’t just believe them what they say on their website) make sure you call them and recheck if they have Helicopter-rescue and evacuation up to 6000m according to your trekking height.

Passport and visa

All foreigners except Indian nationals must have a valid visa to enter Nepal. Visa is available on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport upon entry in Kathmandu, Nepal, and at Nepal borders of India and Tibet. Visa can be easily extended to the central immigration office.; Visa application requires a passport with at least 6 months until expiration and one passport -size photo. The current cost of a visa for 30 days is US$50(to be paid in cash) for 30 days that is required to make in cash. Other currencies are also accepted although rates may differ. Other nationalities should check entry requirements. visitors are requested to specify return flight tickets, time intended to stay in Nepal. we recommended you schedule at least 1-2 days extra at the end of the trip just in case there is a delay. If no delay occurs we can arrange an additional activity for your time in Nepal To help calculate the exact dates of these crossings we have found the website to be very useful. The children under the age of 10 will get a free visa. Please be advised to check the current regulation. Visa regulation can change without prior notice. Citizens of China, as well as citizens of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation(SAARC) countries (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka), get a free visa. countries not entitled to get a visa upon arrival are Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine, and Afghanistan If you are a citizen of one of these countries, please contact your local Nepalese embassy.

Ruby Valley Trek Route Map

Ruby Valley Map


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