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Himalayan Recreation Treks is The Government registered trekking company in Nepal, registered under Government of Nepal. Before your booking of any type of tours in Nepal with any trekking / travel agency, it is quite important to be gaining some information about the agency that you are taking. Be sure with their reputation even well management for every corner of Nepal. Is the company a genuine registered to government authorities with whom you are booking?

This is to be known at the time because there may be found such many companies running business without observing legal formalities imposed by the country act, so there will be trouble if incase of legalities things to check and you must be careful for those things before your Travel in the country and even not registered with the concerned office authority etc. Likewise, it has been known that some companies have been running business whose licenses have already expired and not noticed and punished in charge of the illegal act. In the same manner, we have seen many examples of so – called trekking / Tour agencies operated by individuals & freelancers unlawfully, and some on commission basis with other agencies by creating their own personal website or by contacting personally but HRT is well professional and qualified Travel Agency in Nepal. If anybody want to check the entire document’s with legalities as refers as on pages.

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