The choice of hotel will be largely determine the amount spent on basics, location and the grade of hotels. A double room with common bathroom bath room facilities goes for US$ 4 to 9 and with attached bathroom US$ 10 – 20 and a very clean pleasant one or 2 star room us$20-30. The 3 star around 30 to 70 US$ and the 4 to 5 star US$ 80 to 300. Food is of a more reasonable price. If you avoid the most expensive restaurants you can have a meal for US$ 2 to 6. US$ 10 to 12 a day is plenty. Soft drinks less than 1 US$ where big bottle of beer US$ 4 to 7. For the budget traveller US$ 150 a week for cheap hotels, good food but such as flight, rafting, souvenir, sightseeing by private vehicle and long tour that will large impact in your budget. With much less than 150 US$ per week budget traveller careful budgeting is required.
For the good food and accommodation luxurious trekkers can spent more than US$ 40 per day. While lodge charge under US$5 for double room common toilet. Some of attached toilets room charged US$ 6 to 20 by some hotels. Chocolate, beer, coke is not cheap in trekking. Like in Annapurna the price of coke US$ 4 to 5. So it best to take perhaps US$ 300 for 1 week. The trekking permits for individual trekkers US$ 42.6 for ACAP and TIMS. If you planning to planning to guided trek to hire guide and porter please feel free to contact Mission Himalaya Treks And Expeditions PVT Ltd.
in the trekking is so expensive so better hire guide and porter in Kathmanudu is better. Because if you hire staff from trekking company they are insured while those hired independently on the trail are not secure. Some tourist hired porterguide too. Their cost around UD$ 15 to 30. Total organised trek with guide porter food and accomodation transportation and insurance will be around US$ 70 to US$ 120 per day.