Tidy Himalaya is a reliable and officially registered trekking company in Nepal, committed to offering the finest service to its customers. Our supreme priority is for you to be satisfied and enjoy your trip.
These booking terms and conditions confirm that Tidy Himalaya and you (the client) are legally blinded by this contract. Make sure you read these terms and conditions carefully before booking a trip.
General booking Condition
Booking a trip to Nepal is easier; you need a photocopy of your passport and a 20% deposit of the total trip cost. No matter when you cancel your trip, this 20% is non-refundable. Remember if you cancel any time after booking, you lose the 20% deposit. The final 80% payment can be paid when you arrive in Kathmandu before starting your trek or tour.
Booking a trip to Bhutan or Tibet, you need a Passport and a 50% deposit 20 days before your booking. If you cancel your trip, a 50% deposit is non-refundable.
For Nepal, Bhutan, or Tibet you need to pay the remaining balance of your trip cost 20 days before your departure date. If you don’t pay by then, we have the right to cancel your trip altogether.
In short: To lock in your spot, you pay 20% upfront, which you can’t get back if you cancel later. The rest you pay before your trip starts. Remember, canceling means losing the deposit depending on your destination. If your trip is outside Nepal, pay 20 days earlier. If you don’t pay by then, we have the right to cancel your trip altogether.
Mode of payments
Either Credit card or wire transfer
Pay to: Tidy Himalaya
Note: service charges related to the bank while submitting a deposit are the responsibility of the client.
Payment through credit card
There’s a 3.5% fee for using your credit card. This covers the processing cost. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express cards as well.
Last minute Booking
You can book a trip to Nepal with them even just 3 days before it starts. This “last-minute booking” option isn’t available for trips to Bhutan or Tibet. So, for those destinations book your trip 20 days ahead.
A formal written notice should be provided to us if you are unable to travel on the desired date, due to any reason.
Free Trip Postpone:
You can postpone your trip for free to any date that works for you, whenever you feel safe to travel again. There are no extra fees for this change.
If you are planning to cancel your trip remember, that the 20% deposit you made upon booking to trip to Nepal and 50% to Bhutan and Tibet will also be canceled as a trip cancellation fee. These have precisely informed you of the terms and conditions, right before you confirmed your booking with us. The deposit is non-refundable depending on your destination.
Note: You lose your deposit no matter when you cancel, even if it’s right after booking. If you’ve paid more than the deposit, they keep the 20% and refund the rest using your original payment method.
Risk and Liability
Peace of mind is key to enjoying your adventure. At tidy Himalaya, we take pride in developing the tourism regulations of Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet. However, there might be times when unforeseen circumstances necessitate changes to the itinerary. These could be due to sudden government restrictions, weather events, health issues, or natural disasters. Please understand that tidy Himalaya will not be responsible for such changes or any additional expenses they may incur. You can embark on your journey with confidence, knowing that we’re committed to responsible tourism while you, as the traveler, are responsible for managing unforeseen events and any associated expenses.
The company isn’t responsible for any personal reason, you won’t be refunded for the remaining days.
If your trip gets canceled because of something like bad weather or a natural disaster, we offer you another trip. You might not get your exact original trip, but your money won’t be wasted.
The Tidy Himalayan Team requires mandatory travel insurance for all their adventures. This means you must have insurance before booking any trip with us. Medical expenses, Personal accidents, Emergency evacuations, Trip cancellations, Loss of gear and natural calamity, Theft, or damage to baggage are covered by travel insurance.
Tidy Himalaya team wants you to be aware of the potential for flight delays and cancellations, especially in some remote areas like Everest, Annapurna, Dolpo, Simikot, and Jumla. These can happen due to bad weather conditions.
Pack some extra cash to cover food and accommodation if you get stuck. The company will not be responsible for this situation so, plan accordingly.
During the tour
If you committed any unlawful act or any harmful act your tour will be ended and you will be compelled to leave Nepal. The company will not be responsible for your act nor the funds be refundable.