Nepal is a blend of ancient history, vibrant, cultures and scenic grandeur. Located between China and India, Nepal’s main geographical feature includes snow-capped peaks, lower mountains, mid hills and fertile Terai plains of tropical jungles. Nepal is the ultimate destination for the trekking which help people for enthusiastic feelings-offering a myriad of possibilities from the short and easy to the demanding challenging of snowy peaks. Nepal has the largest share of the highest peaks in the world. Out of 14 peaks above 8000 m. There are a lots of place to travel and trek but wherever you travel you need to pay some certain charge for entry. A trekking entry fee is required to trek in any part of Nepal. Most of the area in Nepal takes certain entry charge. If you want to trek two areas, you will need two permits or have to pay entry fee twice. Each permit requires details for the route and region. Police checkpoints are set up in several areas so do not try to take risk, which might lead you to the punishment.