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Health And Safety

Nepal does not formally require any vaccinations or any medical certificate for entering into the country, before preceding into journey it is very essential to take precautions. The major health concern is altitude- related illness or Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).  Thus record all vaccinations on an International Health Certificate, available from a doctor or government health department. Plan ahead and schedule your vaccinations. It is recommended that you seek medical advice at least three weeks before travelling. Be aware that there is a greater risk of all kinds of disease for children and during pregnancy. Discuss your requirements with your doctor, but vaccinations you should consider for this trip include the following:
• Diphtheria & tetanus Vaccinations
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis B
• Influenza
• Japanese B Encephalitis (JBE):
• Meningococcal Meningitis
• Polio
• Rabies
• Tuberculosis
• Typhoid
• Yellow fever
• Deep vein thrombosis (DVT)

A travel insurance policy that covers theft, loss & medical treatment is recommended. You should make sure that your insurance policies also cover soft adventure activities during your stay in Nepal. For high altitude trekkers and climbers, policies should also cover helicopter evacuation expenses in case of serious illness or accident or if clients are stranded in remote areas due to the unexpected.

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