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TIPPING

Tips is quite common in service industry. It is extra expenses from your pocket. You would like to give to the service provider when you are happy/satisfy with their services. Like other country; in Nepal also tips are taken as a token of love and as a gesture of satisfaction from the guests. Nepali people are quite friendly by nature. Most of the clients return with satisfaction and promise to come back again. Because of the friendly nature of guides, driver, porter and hotel crews, your travel become quite enjoyable. Due to all these factors the service providers get good tips from the clients.

However, tips are not the mandatory and nobody can force you to give tips. The service providers never ask for the tips because it is the only clients who decide whether to give or not to give tips to them. But in most instances the service providers expect tips from the clients though they do not ask verbally from the client.

Usually tips are given to those persons who are directly involved in your service. To name; guide, driver, porter and may be hotel bell boy are supposed to get tips.  

How much shall I give for a tips?

Aarya Village Travel recommends to all of our guests to provide Tips on the basis of following guidelines. This is just a recommendation though tipping is not mandatory but it’s our culture as important gesture of thanking to your guides, porter and drivers who work hard to make your vacation worry free and lifetime memorable.

All Tips are indicated in USD.

 

Group Size

Per Day Guide

Per day Driver

Per Day Porter if you are on trekking

1-3 persons

20

10

15

4-8 persons

30

15

20

9-15 persons

50

25

30

16-25 persons

70

30

40

 

* All the indicated amounts that are getting by guide, porter, and driver are the total amount from the whole group.
* You can give the Tips either in your currency or Nepali Rupees.
* All the above amounts are tentative and minimum recommended by Aarya Village Travel to it’s valued guests.