Is it safe to travel in Nepal?
How do I sign up with Wild Heights?
Who can participate?
How fit do I need to be or is previous hiking experience required to go on a trek?
What is the best time for trekking?
What are your payment terms?
How can I pay Wild Heights?
Does Wild Heights accept credit cards?
How can I make advance payment?
Please do not mail cheques to Nepal as they can get lost or stolen in the mail.
Does Wild Heights have a brochure?
Are the trekking crew insured?
Do I need a visa?
How do I confirm my return flight?
What happens to my belongings which I don’t want to take on the trek?
Will my valuables be safe?
What should I do if I think I will need to make a claim for loss or damage to my possessions?
What is the maximum weight allowed on domestic flights?
Is it necessary to take precautions against Malaria?
What other immunisations are required?
What is altitude sickness?
-Loss of appetite
-Mild shortness of breath with minimal exertion
-Sleep disturbance (difficulty sleeping)
-Dizziness or light-headedness
-Mild weakness slight swelling of hands and face
Will I be at risk from altitude sickness?
Who will be leading the group?
Is it possible/easy to purchase equipments or hire them in Kathmandu?
Do we need to take our own sleeping bags and mats?
What should I bring with me?
How much money should I bring?
Is tipping essential?
What’s the luggage allowance on trek?
What do I carry on the trek?
Is communication to home possible while on trek?
What do you do to protect the environment?
What arrangements for drinking water are made while on trek?
What are the washing/toilet facilities like?
How often are the domestic flights cancelled?
What happens if I can’t keep up?
What happens if I fall ill or there is an emergency?
Do I have to take out a Travel Insurance Policy?
What is Wild Heights address and contact details?
Wild Heights (P) Ltd
PO Box: 19101
Block No. 10, Langtang Marg, Kuleshwor-14
Tel: 977- 1- 4301330
Note that Wild Heights is the trade name adopted by Wild Heights (P) Ltd, duly registered with the Nepal Government