Trekking in Himalaya

Trekking is the main attraction for adventure lovers in the region. The trekking season is roughly from September to mid June with the winter months constituting a relatively lean period. The monsoon season is not the best time to trek due to excessive rainfall and cold.

Trekkers with a reasonable degree of physical fitness, without any prior experience, can manage the altitude that ranges from 6000 to 16000 feet above sea level. The Himalayan foothills are ideal for jungle treks and camps throughout the year.

Safety and Insurance

Our programs' leaders will be ensuring your safety and security. Extensive and painstaking preparations go into the planning of each trek route keeping safety in mind. Our experienced trek leaders have been constantly visiting the area to check all the details. Stringent safety standards are adhered to and only quality equipments are used. Travel insurance should be made by the participants themselves.

Trekking permit and entry formalities

Travelling to many parts of Eastern Himalaya requires protected area permit (PAP) and Inner Line Permit (ILP) and Restricted area permit (RAP). The permits are applicable to foreign national and some cases to Indian national as well. You are requested to confirm with our travel executive about the permit related issues applicable to the area where you are travelling. In most cases naturebeyond makes necessary arrangement for permits which may require your photograph, ID proof, visa, passport photocopy etc. In case you need to arrange for the permits directly, we would still be providing you with necessary guidelines and assistance in this matter.


All the trekking gears and adventure sports equipments are tested by experts before use.

Medical Facilities

First aid kit and basic medication is carried by program leaders during the trek. Those on special medication or with known drug allergies should bring their own necessary medicines.

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