Nepal Bhutan Tour

11 Days

Nepal Bhutan tour is discovering the two beautiful countries tucked high up in the Himalayas. Witness the culture & tradition, art & architecture, landscape & daily lives, sights & sounds somewhat similar but a bit different of both of the countries. Bhutan is a world’s only officially Buddhist country whereas Nepal is the amalgamation of both Buddhist and Hindu religions. Many Buddhist monasteries and temples, new and old, are scattered all over Bhutan whereas in Nepal, you can find both Buddhist monasteries & stupas and ancient Hindu temples & shrines, old palaces. Nepal and Bhutan tour starts with Kathmandu sightseeing with visiting the 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu City tour namely Kathmandu Durbar Square with ancient palaces & temples, Swayambhunath ‘Monkey Temple’ (Buddhist stupa atop hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley), Pashupatinath (Hindu temple) located at the holy Bagmati River & Boudhanath (the largest Buddhist stupa inside the Kathmandu City). Explore the serene beauty of Pokhara, the lakeside beautiful town of Nepal. Witness Himalayan sunrise from Sarangkot, go for Pokhara city tour, boating at the Phewa Lake.

Nepal Bhutan tour then proceeds towards Bhutan with flying to Paro from Kathmandu en-route witness the world’s tallest mountains including Mt. Everest. Shortly landing at the Paro International Airport, you will be greeted by a clean and fresh air of the land of the thunder dragon. The tiny capital of Thimphu has many interesting places to visit like Buddha point atop hill with the view of the Thimphu valley, Tashi Choe Dzong, Folk Heritage Museum, Centenary Farmers Market, the new authentic craft bazaar, King’s Memorial Chorten. Visit Punakha Dzong in Punakha located at the confluence of Po-chu & Mo-chu (male & female rivers) is agreeably the most beautiful dzongs in Bhutan. En-route Thimphu to Punakha is the Dochula pass (3140m) with 108 chortens is the viewpoint from where spectacular Himalayan view of the eastern mountains can be observed in a clear day. Closer to Punakha is the Chimi Lhakhang ‘the temple of fertility’ dedicated to Drukpa Kunley. Explore the Phobijikha Valley, one of the beautiful valleys in Bhutan, at Gangtey. In Paro visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong and Kichu Lhakhang – the oldest temple in Bhutan then go for the ever popular hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ (3120m) located at the vertical cliff defying all engineering logics which is located outskirts of Paro town. It’s believe Guru Padmasambhava flew on a back of a tigress and meditated here in the 8th century. Nepal and Bhutan tour ends in Paro with flying back to your onward destination from Paro International Airport.

Highlights of Nepal Bhutan Tour:

• Visit the 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu namely Kathmandu Durbar Square, Swayambhunath ‘Monkey Temple’, Pashupatinath & Boudhanath.
• Discover Urban lifestyle of people living in Kathmandu.
• Enjoy sightseeing tour of the natural wonder and lakeside city of Pokhara.
• Witness panoramic views of the Himalayan range, sunrise and Pokhara city from Sarangkot.
• Pokhara city tour with visit to Davis fall, Gupteshwor cave, World Peace Pagoda, Bindhyabasini temple, boating at Phewa lake.
• Witness spectacular bird’s eye view of the Himalayas while flying in/out from Paro.
• Explore Paro exploding with colors and tradition.
• Guided city tour of the tiny capital Thimphu.
• Hike to Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ (3120 meters).
• Punakha Dzong – the most beautiful monastery in Bhutan.
• Explore the Phobjikha Valley in Gangtey, the most beautiful valleys in Bhutan.
• Witness unique culture, tradition, and lifestyles of Bhutan.

Day to Day Itinerary
Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1400m)
Day 02: In Kathmandu – Sightseeing (4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
Day 03: Drive to Pokhara by Tourist Bus
Day 04: In Pokhara – Sarangkot Sunrise tour & Pokhara Sightseeing
Day 05: Pokhara to Kathmandu by Tourist Bus
Day 06: Fly to Paro from Kathmandu & transfer to Thimphu (2350m)
Day 07: Thimphu – Punakha (1310m)
Day 08: Punakha – Gangtey (2320m)
Day 09: Gangtey – Thimphu (2350m)
Day 10: Thimphu – Paro & Hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ (3120m)
Day 11: Paro – Depart

What to expect:
The typical itinerary for this tour basically visits the following locations/landmarks.

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu & meet at the airport then transfer to your hotel.

Day 02: In Kathmandu – Cultural sightseeing at the 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely Kathmandu Durbar Square with ancient palaces & temples, Swayambhunath ‘Monkey Temple’ atop hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley, Pashupatinath ‘Hindu temple of Lord Shiva’ on the banks of the holy Bagmati River and Boudhanath Stupa – the largest Buddhist stupa inside the Kathmandu Valley.

Day 03: Kathmandu to Pokhara by tourist bus (7-8 hour drive) PM: At leisure/Free to explore.

Day 04: In Pokhara – At the break of the dawn, drive to Sarangkot from Pokhara (30 min) & witness spectacular sunrise over the Himalayas. Then back to hotel for breakfast & proceed with Pokhara sightseeing visiting interesting places like Davis Fall, Gupteshor Cave, Tibetan Refugee Camp, World Peace Pagoda, International Mountain Museum, Bindabasini temple, suspension bridge.

Day 05: Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus. PM: At leisure/Free to explore.

Day 06: Fly to Paro from Kathmandu (1 & half hour flight approx.) then transfer to Paro town for lunch and visit Paro Ringpung Dzong. Afterwards, drive to Thimphu (1 hr) for overnight stay.

Day 07: Sightseeing in Thimphu visiting several important landmarks like National Memorial Chorten, Institute of Traditional Medicine, Folk Heritage Museum, Textile Museum, Buddha’s point overlooking the Thimphu Valley. Then drive to Punakha crossing over the Dochula pass (3050m) with 108 chortens from where spectacular Himalayan panorama can be seen in a clear day.

Day 08: Drive from Punakha to Gangtey & into the Phobijikha Valley, one of the most beautiful valleys in Bhutan. Visit the Gangtey monastery and take the Gangtey natural trail hike just down from the monastery.

Day 09: Drive from Gangtey to Thimphu. En-route take a short hike just above the rice fields to Chimi Lhakhang ‘the temple of fertility’ dedicated to Drukpa Kunley.

Day 10: Drive to Paro from Thimphu then further drive to the base of Taktsang and take hike up to the monastery. It’s about 2 hours hike up the cafeteria from where enjoy the spectacular view of the monastery. Further walking up will reach the monastery. Afterwards, hike back to road head & drive/visit Kiyhu Lhakhang – one of the oldest temples in Bhutan, en-route to Paro town.

Day 11: Bid farewell to the land of the thunder dragon & transfer to the Paro International Airport to catch your onward flight.

Nepal Bhutan Tour Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1400m)
Upon arrival at the Kathmandu airport, our representatives will meet/greet you then transfer to your hotel. Afterwards, you can rest at your hotel or free to explore around town. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu (Breakfast only)

Day 02: In Kathmandu – Sightseeing (4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites)
After breakfast, you will meet your city guide and the driver and take you for the Kathmandu Sightseeing tour at the 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites highlighting the culture & traditions, art & architecture of Nepal including witnessing the daily lives of Kathmanduties. UNESCO World Heritage Sites include Kathmandu Durbar Square (ith age-old palaces, Hindu temples, shrines), Swayambhunath ‘Monkey Temple’ atop hill overlooking the Kathmandu Valley, Pashupatinath – a Hindi temple located at the holy Bagmati River and finally Boudhanath – the largest Buddhist Stupa inside the Kathmandu Valley. Afterwards, back at the hotel. . Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu (Breakfast Only)

Day 03: Kathmandu to Pokhara by toutist bus.
Drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (7-8 hours), you will come across Nepalese countryside passing along small towns, rivers, fields, highway teashops & restaurants. (Driving hours depends upon the traffic conditions/season of travel). In the evening, you’ll have free time to explore around the beautiful lakeside city of Pokhara. Overnight at Hotel in Pokhara (Breakfast Only)

Day 04: In Pokhara – Sarangkot Sunrise tour & Pokhara Sightseeing
At the break of the dawn (around 4.30 am), drive to Sarangkot to witness eye popping view of sunrise from its ridge. From the parking lot, we need to walk for a couple of minutes to reach its vantage point. Sarangkot offers a great view of some of the highest mountains of Nepal like the Annapurna Range including Machhapuchhre ‘Fishtail’. Later on drive back to hotel for breakfast and continue with our city tour. Pokhara Sightseeing tour takes you to the famous Bindabasini Temple dedicated to goddess Durga, Seti River Gorge, Davis Falls, The longest cave in south Asia – Gupteshwor Cave etc. We will then drive to World peace Stupa situated in the hilltop just above the Phewa Lake providing great view of Fewa Lake and magnificent Himalayas from its vantage point. We will also visit the Tibetan Refugee Camp which is a habitat for numerous exiled Tibetans. Hanging around the lakeside in the evening and boating in the Fewa Lake for some time is indeed a great fun. Overnight at Hotel in Pokhara (Breakfast Only)

Day 05: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1400m) by toutist bus.
After breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu. Upon reaching Kathmandu, check-in hotel and the rest of the time is at leisure or free for shopping. Driving from Pokhara to Kathmandu is 7-8 hours approx depending upon the highway road conditions. Overnight at Hotel in Kathmandu (Breakfast Only)

Day 06: Fly to Paro from Kathmandu & transfer to Thimphu (2350m)
Transfer to the airport in Kathmandu and fly to Paro witnessing world’s highest mountain series including Mt. Everest. Upon arrival at the Paro International Airport and as you step down from the plane, a cool and clean fresh air greets the visitor, the first gift of Bhutan. After clearing customs and visa formalities, meet the representatives and the Bhutanese guide, head out to Paro town for lunch. Visit the Paro Rignpung Dzong in 1646 by Shabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, the first spiritual and temporal ruler of Bhutan. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Then drive to Thimphu (1 hour drive) & sightseeing round Thimphu visiting many landmarks like Buddha Terrance, Takin Preserve to see Takin – Bhutan’s national animal, Tashichoe Dzong, Memorial Chorten – a monument erected in memory of Bhutan’s third king H.M. Jigme Dorji Wangchu, Centenary Farmers Market, the new authentic craft bazaar, National Institute of Traditional Medicine, Folk Heritage Museum – a 300 year old traditional house converted into a museum. Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Day 07: Thimphu – Punakha (1310m)
After breakfast, drive to Punakha from Thimphu for about 2-3 hours. After steeply climbing through the pine & cedar forests come Dochula pass (3,050 m). The pass commands panoramic Himalayan views of the eastern mountains in a clear day. After stopping here for tea and witnessing spectacular Himalayan panorama, the road descends along a series of hairpin bends to the fertile valley of Punakha. En-route Punakha, take a short hike to Chimi Lhakhang ‘the fertility temple’ built in 1499 dedicated to Drukpa Kunley. Today mostly visited by the women who couldn’t bear Children, thus also known as the temple of fertility. In Punakha, visit Punakha Dzong crossing the bridge. It’s the ancient capital of Bhutan connecting the Mo Chu & Pho Chu Rivers. It is also the winter capital for the monks and the Je Khenpo (chief abbot) Overnight at Hotel in Punakha (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Day 08: Punakha – Gangtey (2320m)
After breakfast, drive to Gangtey via Wangdue. The drive is through winding mountain road passing along oak and rhododendron forests, over the high pass and down to the Phobijikha Valley considered one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Bhutan. Phobijikha Valley is also the chosen home for the black necked cranes that migrate from Tibetan plateau during winter. Visit the Gangtey Monastery and just down below the monastery, go for the Gangtey nature trail hike for about 1 & half hour through the jungle before emerging to the valley floor. Overnight at Hotel in Gangtey (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Day 09: Gangtey – Thimphu (2350m)
Drive back to Thimphu retracing the same route for about 4 hours’ overland drive. Ascend back to the pass from Phobijikha Valley rejoin the main east-west highway just beneath the Pele La pass. Then descend to Wangdu town with changing vegetation and continue west again climbing up to Dochula pass with another opportunity to witness the spectacular eastern Himalayas and finally descend to the Thimphu Valley. Overnight at Hotel in Thimphu (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Day 10: Thimphu – Paro & Hike to the Taktsang Monastery ‘Tiger’s Nest’ (3120m)
Early in the morning, drive to Thimphu and further drive to the base of Taktsang for the hike up to the monastery. Start the hike up until reaching the cafeteria which takes about 2 hours. From here enjoy spectacular view of the Taktsang Monastery. Further hike from the cafeteria (the half-way point) will reach the monastery where it’s believed that Guru Padmasambhava landed on the back of a tigress in 8th century.

After breakfast drive towards the base camp of Taktsang for the hike up to the Taktsang Monastery-Tiger’s Nest. It’s about two hours hike up the cafeteria. From this point, enjoy the spectacular view of the monastery, where Guru Padmasambhava landed on the back of a tigress in 8th century. Then visit the Taktsang Monastery and hike back to the road point then drive to Kyichu Lhakhang, one of the oldest and most sacred shrines in Bhutan. Afterwards, back to hotel. Overnight at Hotel in Paro (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner included)

Day 11: Paro – Depart
After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your onward flight. Bid farewell to the remote and legendary Dragon Kingdom disappearing again behind its guardian mountains. (Breakfast only)

Cost Details:

Includes the following service during Nepal Bhutan tour:
• Airport pick-up and drop-off.
• 3-star accommodation (4 & 5 stars may require an additional premium).
• Bhutan visa fee – including all necessary processing
• Route Permit
• Three meals per day during your stay in Bhutan
• A licensed Bhutanese tour guide
• All land transportation by van/bus
• Kathmandu – Pokhara – Kathmandu by tourist bus.
• Sightseeing as per itinerary
• Drinking water
• All internal taxes and charges
• A sustainable development fee of $200 per person per night.. (This sustainable development fee goes towards free education, free healthcare, poverty alleviation, along with the building of infrastructure.)

Excludes in the package cost for Bhutan:

• Monuments entrance fees where applicable as per the itinerary
• Airfare & Travel Insurance
• Expenses of personal nature, Tips to guides and drivers
• Expenses occurred due to unavoidable events i.e. road wrecks, flight delays etc.
• Lunch/dinner in Nepal

Trip Note (Bhutan)
Visas to Bhutan
All citizens except India, Bangladesh and Maldives require visa to enter Bhutan. It requires a readable color copy of your passport and the passport should have at least six months of validity from your Bhutan exit date. Visa fee is US$40 per person. Tour’s full payment must be made before your arrival in Bhutan as per the tourism council of Bhutan – TCB.

Visa procedures
To apply for the visa, you need to send a clear copies of your passports to your travel agent in JPEG or PDF formats via mail. Upon full tour payment receipt, the tourism council of Bhutan then issues the visa clearance letter to your travel agent which in turn will send it to you. Please bring this letter and show at the Paro International Airport in order to get your passport stamped with the actual Bhutan visa. Please note that the VISA service is not offered in Bhutan, travelers have to buy full service package from the local tour operator. Printed copy of visa letter also needs to be shown during the check-in at the Druk Air counter. Entering Bhutan overland via Phuentsholing or Samdrup Jokhar, one needs to produce the visa letter at the immigration office.

There’s a wide selection of hotels in Bhutan from 3 star to world-class 5 star hotels at the prominent places like Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Gangtey etc. 3-5 star hotel are officially government approved hotels. Besides, there’s hundreds of standard and budget hotel scattered throughout Bhutan including homestays, farm house stays. Travelers daily cost includes stays at the 3 star hotels and using 4 star or 5 star will require additional premium. Top 5 star hotels in Bhutan include Le-meridian, Taj Tashi, Como Uma etc.

During Bhutan stay all meals are included from breakfast to lunch and dinner. Breakfast and dinners will be at the hotels where travelers are staying and lunch might be at the restaurant during the sightseeing tour. However, on the last day of the tour the travel agent are oblige to provide breakfast only and any lunch/dinner will be traveler’s on own. Meals in Bhutan include mix of Indian, continental including Bhutan special cuisines such as Ema Datshi, Momos etc.

Traveling in Bhutan is easy nowadays with Bhutan rapidly developing it’s infrastructures on it’s road-system. Until 1961 traveling in Bhutan was quite difficult with no proper means of transportation in the country. One has to travel either on foot or on mule/horse back. After 1961 modern road construction began with most of the districts and towns getting interconnected via roadways. Nowadays comfortable ground transports and public vehicles are accessible in major cities. Different luxurious cars, SUVs, buses and coaster buses are available for tourists.

Every guide in Bhutan must complete a training course so that visitors get high quality professional service. Over 1000 licensed active tours guides are working in the country. Guides specialize either in cultural or adventure tours. All Bhutanese guides are helpful and friendly and proficient in English. Many guides have also learnt other languages like German, Japanes, Thai or others for better communication with travelers from these countries. All tour operators must employ only registered and certified guides.

How to get Bhutan
There are two options to get into Bhutan by air or by land. One can fly to Bhutan and land at the only international airport of Bhutan – the Paro International Airport. Alternatively, by land one can enter Bhutan via Phuentsholing from west connecting with Bagdogra Airport, Siliguri-West Bengal or Kakarbhitta-Nepal. Gelephu is the entry point if you are travelling from the central region and Samdrup Jongkhar from the east. Exiting through Samdrup Jongkhar in southeast Bhutan is to connect with Guwahati of India. From Guwahati, you may fly into other Indian cities like Delhi, Bombay or Kolkata. Even though Bhutan shares its border with Tibet, there are not treaties established yet to open the border crossing between these two countries.

Flights to Bhutan
Only two airlines connect Bhutan with the rest of the world, Druk Air (the national flag carrier) & Bhutan Airlines (Privately owned air). These airlines fly into the Paro International Airport in Paro – the only international airport in Bhutan. They too flies from certain cities only like Kathmandu, Delhi, Singapore, Bangkok, Kolkata, Bagdogra. Airlines flight schedules changes by season but there are several flights per week from Kathmandu, New Delhi, Singapore and Bangkok, either direct or via Dhaka, Kolkata or Bagdogra. Flights into Paro are dependent upon the weather conditions due to geographical location of Paro airport, so flight timings are subject to change. Therefore, all passengers are advised to maintain a minimum of 24 hours connection time to avoid disconnection.

Best time to visit Bhutan
Best time to visit Bhutan is spring (March-May) and Autumn/fall (September-November). Weather mostly remains clear during spring during when mystifying beauty of nature can be witnessed and varieties of flowers and plants bloom. June-August is the summer season and monsoon starts from June. Fall (Sep-Nov) is the another high season after spring during when tourist arrives Bhutan for festivals like Thimphu tshechu, Gangtey tshechu, Jambay Lhakhang drup. Winter season (Dec-Feb) isn’t crowded during when temperature level goes down (even below freezing point) and Bhutan may see snow fall. Trekking won’t be possible at high elevations in winter due to snow.

Trip Note (Nepal)
Best Time to Visit Nepal
Spring (Mar, Apr, May) & autumn (Sep, Oct, Nov) are the best seasons to visit Nepal. Weather will be pleasant for any activities during these months with skies being clear with un-obscured Himalayan views. These are the high tourist seasons in Nepal. Monsoon is Jun, July till August during when trek/tour will be difficult. In the rain-shadow areas like Mustang, Dolpo and Tibet, trek is possible as these areas receive less rainfall even in monsoon. Dec, Jan & Feb are the winter season during when trek can be possible in the hilly areas but higher elevations will be much colder with snow fall. Another thing to keep in mind is that due to global warming the regular climate worldwide isn’t the same and Nepal is also no exception. Please be open to unpredictable weather conditions.

Nepal Visa Information
Visa for Nepal can be directly obtained upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. You need to fill up the application form or for swift process fill it online before arrival in Nepal. Indian nationals don’t require visa however they need to show a valid national identification like passport or other valid id issued by Indian government. Tourist VISA can also be obtained from Nepal Embassy or Consulate or at the office of immigration in Nepal as well. Visa fee is as follows:

Visa Fee/Duration/Type
1) Multiple entry (15 days) is USD30 or Equivalent Nepali Currency (NPR)
2) Multiple entry (30 days) is USD50 or Equivalent Nepali Currency (NPR)
3) Multiple entry (90 days) is USD125 or Equivalent Nepali Currency (NPR)

Visa Extension:
Visa extension fee for 15 days or less is USD 30 or Equivalent Nepali Currency (NPR) and visa extension fee for more than 15 days is USD 2 per day. Tourist visa can be extended for a maximum period of 150 days in a single VISA year (Jan – Dec)

How to Get to Nepal
Nepal can be entered either by air or via land.
By Air: Rest of the world is connected with Nepal by more than 15 major airlines. National Airlines (NA), the national flag carrier, flies into Delhi, Bangkok, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai. Other international airlines connects Kathmandu are Thai Airways from Bangkok, Gulf Air from Abu Dhabi, Indian Airlines from Delhi, Kolkata, and Varanasi in India, Qatar Airways from Doha, China Airlines to Lhasa, Druk Air to Paro in Bhutan and New Delhi in India etc.

By Land: Nepal is connected with India on three sides and with China on north. From China is at the Kodari-pass at Nepal China border. Entering from India are several entry points like Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belhiya, Bhairawa, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi and Mahendra Nagar. Tourists entering via land must carry their passports and visa is issued at the immigration office at the Nepal India border.

Flights to Nepal
‘Tribhuvan International Airport’ in Kathmandu is the only international airport of Nepal. It is linked by about 30 international airlines operating from Europe, Asia, Middle-east. These include China Airlines, Biman Bangladesh, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Thai Airlines etc. Nepal Airlines is the national carrier connecting Delhi, Bangkok, Shangai, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai etc. September to November and March to May is the peak tourist season during when flights are the most expensive, so it’s advisable to book in advance. All taxes are included in ticket prices for international flights. The drive from the Kathmandu central city to the airport is about 15 minutes but depending upon traffic which gets heavy during the day time and might take an hour in peek rush hour.
Money Exchange & Banks
NPR (Nepalese Rupees) is the currency denomination of Nepal. Banks and authorized exchange dealers exchanges foreign currencies. You can find many money exchange counters in Kathmandu and other cities.

Credit/Debit Cards:
Major hotels and shopping malls accept the major credit cards like VISA/MASTER/AMEX and Discover. Convertible currencies are Dollar (US, Australia, Hong Kong, Canadian and Singapore), Euro, Pound, Yen (Japan) etc. You have the privilege to exchange Nepalese rupees back to your currency at the airport before leaving Kathmandu for home.

Cash/ATM Machines:
ATM machines are available in Kathmandu and other cities of Nepal. ATM machines operates 24 hours a day. Using ATM machines during the office hours (10 am-5 pm) is recommend.

Kathmandu and other cities of Nepal has many banks. The normal banking hours are 9:30 AM till 5 PM but some banks opens evening and morning counters to facilitate the customers. Banks remain closed on Saturday and on public holidays. Money can also be sent or received from express services like Western Union and Money Gram.

Time and Business Hours:
The normal business hour is from 10 AM to 5 PM. Saturday is a government holiday in Nepal. Hospital and emergency services are open 24/7. Banks operate its services in the normal business hours. Restaurants, hotels and bars are open till late night. Shopping malls and stores open till 8 or 9 PM. Usually, it is safe to travel in odd hours in cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara but traveling in the odd hours in isolated area is not recommended.

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is recommended for Nepal which should cover loss, theft and medical problems. High altitude treks going over 4000 meters, travel insurance is highly recommended which should cover helicopter rescue and medical bills. Most of the medical treatments, rescues/hospitals required you to pay at the point of delivery of their services, so it’s wise to choose a policy that pays them directly rather than you having to pay on the spot and claim later.

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