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Mardi Himal Type of Trekking Permit

Mardi Himal Type of Trekking Permit

Mardi Himal Trek is one of the popular trekking routes in the Annapurna region which is the less touristy area, eco-tourism and hidden natural trekking trail in the popular Annapurna region. The tea house and homestay are traditional and beautiful and they offer the best possible services and facilities. But it is still one of the trails that don’t get overcrowded which are also one of the most affordable treks in Nepal. The trekking route is newly opened trekking in the Annapurna region and the trek further provides a great opportunity to explore rural villages and rural community that are yet untouched by modernization. Majority of the people still love to trek independently and the need to obtain Mardi Himal trekking permit on their own and trekkers who are not taking any service from registered trekking company they are individual trekkers. If you are looking to trek to the base camp where there are various kinds of costs that are involved and a majority of the cost is involved in the list of items you pack. It is really peace trekking trails due to no villages and less tourist. The route you plan to take one of the major aspects and allow us to break down the cost so that you know what you will be spending on and how you and manage it.

The Mardi Himal Permit is only two types of Permit as Annapurna Conservation Project (ACAP) and Trekking Information Management Systems (TIMS)

It is a really interesting and enjoyable trek to compare too many other popular trekking destinations in the Annapurna region. The trekking is also regarded as eco-tourism based trail passing through the lush forest filled with oak, rhododendron, and other vegetation. With lots of controversy and dispute, the new local entry permit has completely replaced the old trek permit in the Annapurna region. The trek also involves a certain degree of physical risk owing to the rugged topography. This trekking route is one of the newly opened trekking routes in the Annapurna region which is restricted by the Nepal government that’s why you need a permit and without trekking permit; you cannot enter the trekking route. You will get trekking permit in the Kathmandu valley in Nepal tourism board which is located 2 kilometers away from Thamel.