Nepal, although a small country, has diverse places and sights of interests. Whether you are looking for history, culture, nature or adventure, Nepal has all destinations for you.View items...
Nepal is rich in festivals. If we say that there is a festival almost every other day, we are not exaggerating!View items...
Nepal offers all kinds of accommodation options from budget guesthouses to the high end deluxe properties with all modern aminities.View items...
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Thank you so much again for all of you help. My trip to India and Nepal was fantastic and absolutely flawless! Everything worked out perfectly and I will definitely use you again when I plan to return...which I will. I will definitely recommend you to anyone that wants to travel to that side of the world. Take Good Care and Good Luck!Warm Regards
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I met your nephew in Nepal, he did an excellent job. Our guide and driver in Bhutan were awesome, too. Our guide in north India was wonderful, it was great to have a Tibetan-Buddhist guide for us. I want to thank you for your service, you did a great job planning the trip and taking care of the problems that arose.I appreciate your help.Juan C. and Cynthia A.
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Like most other countries, Nepal also requires that the remaining validity of your passport must be a minimum of six months when you depart the country. You also need a dedicated blank visa page for visa stickers and some blank spaces for entry and departure seals. Except for Indian nationals, all foreign travelers need a visa for entry to Nepal.
Nepal's climate varies with its topography and altitude ranging from an arctic climate in the mountains to the tropical in the southern lowlands. The northern mountain region, around an altitude above 3,300m, has an alpine climate with considerably lower temperature in winter as can be expected.
Nepali currency is called Nepal Rupee and indicated as NRS or simply Rs. Nepalese Rupees exist in denominations of Rs 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. There are coins found in denominations of 5, 10, 25, 50 paise and Rs 1 and 2. One rupee equals 100 paise. Indian currency is also in circulation of Nepal except for the large bills of 500, 1000, and 2000.
Travelers are always on the lookout of less frequented, untrodden, and wilderness areas for their trip. We usually receive requests from our clients that they want to go off-the-beaten paths and want to avoid popular touristy areas. But those less frequented or un-trodden areas no longer remain pure.
Although you don't need to be an athlete to trek in the Nepal Himalaya, some degree of fitness level is required. The better shape you are in, the more you will enjoy the trip. Trekking is about taking your time, setting your own pace, and enjoying the experience to its fullest. Commonly, most first-time trekkers are concerned that they won't keep up but soon discover that a steady pace will have them in camp well before they would have expected.
Mountains, Mountaineering & Fiction
Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mount Everest Disaster by Jon Krakauer.
The Seven Mountain Travel Books published by Seattle.
Mountaineers, which contains Nepal Himalaya by H W Tilman. Describes the first treks in Nepal in 1949 and 1950.