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Privacy Policy

Dream Nepal is a socially aware travel company, dedicated to serving both society and travelers with equal fervor. We are committed to promoting responsible travel to natural areas that conserve the environment and enhance the well-being of local people.

To preserve the beauty of our country and ensure that local communities benefit as much as possible from your presence, we have formulated the following Responsible Tourist Policy. These guidelines are designed to help you feel comfortable and fully enjoy Nepal:

General Information

  • Before entering a Nepali home, temple, stupa, or any other religious site, please take off your shoes.
  • Leather articles are prohibited within temple precincts.
  • Please dress appropriately; for women, it is recommended to cover knees and shoulders.
  • When taking photographs of people, ask for permission and respect their answer.
  • Encourage buying locally produced souvenirs to support the local economy and promote local craftsmanship.

Ecotourism Guidelines

  • Keep water sources clean and avoid using detergents in streams and springs.
  • Respect social and cultural traditions and practices.
  • Express appreciation to local communities for preserving unspoiled nature, recognizing its economic value.
  • Respect laws prohibiting the removal of seeds and roots from the Himalayas.


  • Trekking should be undertaken for only one place or area at a time.
  • Trekkers should follow the route prescribed by the Department of Immigration; trekking along non-prescribed routes may create serious problems regarding security, food, and accommodation.
  • It is advised to arrange treks through registered trekking agencies to prevent any accidents that may occur during the trekking period.
  • It is advisable to take along an authorized guide and porter.
  • Be most economical with all fuel, especially local firewood. Use minimal fuel for showers and discourage campfires. Trekkers are strictly forbidden to cut any green forest resources or kill any wildlife. Give preference to lodges and trekking companies that do not use firewood and encourage their efforts to conserve the environment.

Health & Safety

  • Before your trek, thoroughly research the destination and familiarize yourself with the details of your trekking route.
  • Ensure you have appropriate clothing to suit all weather conditions throughout your journey.
  • Always carry essential items including warm clothes, a refillable water bottle, biodegradable soap, a first aid kit, a torch, and iodine with flavoring for safe drinking water (consider Vitamin C tablets to neutralize the iodine taste).
  • Be prepared for challenging weather conditions, especially at high altitudes (above 3,000m / 10,000 ft.), where the combined effects of high winds and cold air can significantly lower body temperature, posing a potential danger.
  • Confirm you have proper insurance coverage and carry insurance details including emergency contact numbers, leaving copies at home as well.
  • Carry a whistle for attracting attention if lost.
  • Carry a map, compass, and/or GPS and know how to use them, especially if trekking without a guide or porter.