Trekking Guide Salary in Nepal

Trekking guide salary in Nepal can differ depending on the trekking region, seasons the travelers choose, and Trekking guide category, according to guide experiences and their standards. normally the basic salary is between 25 to 35 United States dollars.

Mission Himalaya Treks and expeditions Every nearby guide are government permit holder, medical aid prepared, neighborhood and English spoken, useful for trekking visits or endeavors, splendid in the neighborhood culture, strict convention, and way of life of individuals. They are fare to deal with your convenience, security trip, and crisis departure help.

We offer the best cost to manage US$ 25-35 every day. This expense incorporates direct dinners convenience, protection, gear, government duty, and administration charges. Tips for direct, not mandatory but rather anticipated.

Having a foreign language as your mother tongue, when you visit Nepal can give you a hard time.  And there are so many diversities within the country that sometimes only the Nepali language can’t even guess the languages spoken. So, it’s great if you can hire a guide for your journey to Nepal.

There are many types of guides you can rely on for your vacation time. Fluctuating in their skills, talents, experience, and knowledge.  In Nepal, guides are mainly popular for Trekking, tours, and City tours.

Guest Give Tips in Pokhara after completing the Annapurna trek.

Trekking Guides in Nepal:

Unless you are a confident hiker or trekker I do not suggest you trek in Nepal alone. Especially, in the High altitudes treks like the EBC trek, Annapurna circuit trek, Manaslu Circuit trek, and Kanchenjunga base camp trek you shouldn’t think of going alone. Having a trekker by your side is sure of a boon to us on the trek. But let’s talk about what happens when we go without a trekking guide.

When it comes to Trekking in Nepal, it’s about mountains and the higher altitudes. The off-beaten paths, the lush vegetation, the diversified culture, and the varieties of language spoken make it difficult to travel alone.

First the language and then the routes nothing seems to be going according to your plan.  And wait, the worst scenarios haven’t come yet.

Probably, you would be trekking up at a higher altitude, and without a guide, you would be helpless. You or anyone in your group could suffer from Altitude Sickness and anyone could be fainted or could have a seizure. And most probably you would get lost and stuck without communication.

Besides all these risks, the trekking guide will provide you a knowledge of his prior treks. Along with that, you get to listen to stories, myths, and legends about the paths that you travel.

They are frequently walking the routes up and down. So, you can go for the shortcuts, the best spots in the trek, and the hidden viewpoints for just about $40 or $30 per day.

The guides know, what to do in case of emergencies, where the best foods are, and what are the safest routes.  Luckily, just a guide can give you so much confidence that you will be unbeatable for the trek. You will gain the courage to do that. Who doesn’t like stories? I am sure, the guides have tons of them.

Sometimes, the guides only take charge. If you are going without a trekking agency then maybe you have to pay for the trekker’s food and lodging too. But in some regions, the guides are given free food to bring the customers to their hotels. That’s only the case when you are traveling individually not through any trekking agency.

But if you are trekking through trekking agencies then everything is set up for you.  With a guide by your side, it will become much easier than without a guide.

The hassle of finding a way, then being not sure about it, and planning to accommodate after a day of trekking doesn’t sound like much of a vacation.  And only for just a few dollars, you won’t take that hassle and burden onto yourself, when you have come to enjoy right?

Besides, all that, I genuinely suggest you have a guide along with you when you trek. Even in the city areas, where the streets are themselves a maze. And, without a guide, your tour will be just a movie without audio.

I mean, I know you get to see those pretty pictures, monuments, crafts, and architecture and you will like it. But, without audio, I will say without the history, without its amazing tales, without its legends, the movie will not be quite interesting, right if you didn’t get the story?

So, I would say if it’s in the Himalayas, or the hurdles in the cities, I think a tour guide or a trekking guide will come to a handful.  If you are planning a trip to Nepal, why don’t you check out how the tour guides will help you and their rates?

Last time one of my friends visited Everest Base Camp, and he said budgeting a tour guide before was a good idea. Check out other packages as well, where you will have the guide details as well.

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