A completed digital booking form we will send you at your request and an advance payment must be forwarded to Nireka Adventures. The advance payment is an absolute minimum of 500 US Dollars and must be forwarded or deposited to the Nireka Adventures Bank Account around the same time of your booking.

The both of payment and booking should be done by 3 months prior to your departure and the remaining amount of the previously notified price must be paid after you arrived Nepal by cash or credit card.

If that $500.00 is not received by this date the booking will be deemed cancelled and $500.00 does not return.

In case, a cancellation occurs within 20 days before your departure on any reason, the maximum 75% of the whole package fee will be charged except the advance payment deposited due to covering the expenditurers already borne by the Nireka Adventures.

For booking your trip, fill a booking form that Nireka Adventures will send you via email on your request, and send it to us via email directly to our mail address given.

Payment, other than credit card, such as bank draft or wire transfer should be made to our Bank as follows:

Bank Account

Name of the company: Nireka Adventures (Pvt) Ltd. Name of the Bank: Laxmi Bank Limited
Address: Bhatbhateni, Kathmandu, Nepal
A/C Number: 00141020000047
Swift Code: LXBLNPKA

After we receive your booking and advance payment, you will receive the following via emails:
  • Confirmation of your trip booking and detail of itinerary
  • Copy of invoice
  • Formalities file to obtain your visa (if you requested)

Transfer and amendment to booking

If you wish to change any bookings made on the original booking or transfer to another trip you must advise Nireka Adventures by emails as soon as possible.

Changes/transfers incur fees as follows; Amendment to original requested bookings fee of $10.00 per person applies and it will be added to the balance you will pay after you arrived Nepal.

Cancellation fee

If you wish to cancel your booking you must notify Nireka Adventures as soon as possible and cancellation will be effected due time. Cancelling your booking anytime will forfeit your $500.00 deposit as early mentioned.

Fitness and health requirement

We recommend all participants take regular exercise before their trip. For trekking trips and expedition, we require that you undergo a medical examination with your doctors to ascertain adequate medical and physical fitness for the selected trekking and expedition. If you suffer from severe heart, chest, muscular or respiratory disorders, severe asthmatic or have high blood pressure, we strongly advise against joining a trekking.

Travel Insurance

You must have insurance which will cover you for rescue and repatriation when joining a High Places holiday. The best time to take it out is at the time of finalising your flights as it is normally calculated according to the number of days away from home. Please check with us before paying for your flights as occasionally trips are cancelled or dates are different to those published. We can recommend an insurance scheme suited to the location and level of difficulty of your trip on receipt of a copy of your proposed flight itinerary.

Modification of Itinerary and Trekking Route

It may be necessary due to weather, local transport or various other reasons to make changes to your itinerary/route. Nireka Adventures reserves the right to do so at the discretion of the group leader. No refunds will be considered on the basis of itinerary/route changes.

Postponement or Delay

We do not take any responsibility for any flight delays or schedule changes at any stage throughout the trip.

Airline Responsibility

This contract or booking form is not issued on behalf of any airline and does not make any commitment on their behalf in the course of the trip.

Trip Cost

The quoted trip cost is accurate at time of booking and we do our utmost to maintain fair costs. However, some matters are beyond our control and we reserve the right to increase our total trip cost up to time of departure as a result of major currency fluctuations, increased fuel costs, airport charges, increased airfares or increased local operator charges or flight cancellations at the domestic airports.