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  Trekking Permits

The Himalayas - where earth meets sky

Trekking Permits / Permission
There are certain border areas adjoining Tibet which have been declared as a inner line and needs special permits. Restriction of movement is imposed by the governments of India as well as Nepal and Bhutan. Foreigners are not permitted to visit these places. For Nepal regular trekking permits are issued to foreign trekkers on payment of charges. But Indian and Nepalese are usually exempted from payment of trekking fees. In India there is no trekking permit system and no trekking fee is charged. But inner line permits are issued for foreigners as well as Indians for entry into the inner line area. Inner line permits are generally issued by the either by the courts in the district or directly from the governments.

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