TIMS Card

Trekkers Information Management System Card (TIMS Card)

What is a Trekkers Information Management System Card (TIMS Card)?

A Trekkers Information Management System Card (TIMS Card) is to guarantee your wellbeing and security. Immeasurably vital insights with respect to all trekkers and trekking courses should be kept up in an electronic Database Management System which can be utilized for the trekkers’ wellbeing and security. Keeping in mind the end goal to complete hunt and save operations down trekkers if there should be an occurrence of characteristic catastrophes and different mischances, this database incorporates individual points of interest of trekkers, dates, the trekking territory, trekking courses, taking care of offices, term, and so forth. The information produced from the framework will likewise be helpful to every single concerned partner, for example, tourism associations, Government organizations, political missions, visit administrators, research establishment, and so on.

Unapproved trekking operations will be controlled, therefore, bringing about better administration of trekking administrations, which won’t just advantage trekkers and field staff, additionally trekking organizations and Government offices. Intermittent untoward episodes will likewise be better avoided. Additionally, TIMS adds to better administration of practical mountain tourism improvement in Nepal.

How to get a TIMS card?

Trekking organizations will gather your information and enter it in the focal database and afterward give trekkers a TIMS card subsequent to paying the license for that trek.

A TIMS Card is obligatory for trekking in every one of the ranges in the nation. Be that as it may, TIMS cards aren’t required for the accompanying:

To whom it may not be required

Endeavor individuals with mountaineering licenses issued by the legislature and Nepal Mountaineering Association.

Guests to controlled zones having grants issued by the Department of Immigration.

Remote visitors welcomed by the Government of Nepal.

Powers from the different discretionary missions present in the nation, who hold official letters and go at their own danger.

Guests on specific missions prescribed by concerned Governmental Department(s).

Outside Nationals having a private visa.