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Nepal travel FAQs

Nepal travel FAQs:

Where is Nepal located? 

Nepal is a small country located in southern Asia hidden between China & India, Nepal is a small landlocked country but it is Geographically, Linguistically & Culturally Diverse. Kathmandu is the name of the capital city of Nepal which is 668 sq. km big and about 40,00,000 people live here. It is also known as a city of temples. It is also the country with the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest and many over 8000 m high mountains, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, and the world’s top best trekking routes such as Everest base camp, Annapurna Circuit, Upper Mustang, etc.

Is Nepal politically safe to travel & also it is a safe country?

Nepal is a new Federal democratic Asian country for few years with ideal few political parties, their concept, ideas & commanding leadership. There are still some very tiny % of people who are not happy with the new government otherwise about 90 % of people are happy all to have this democratic country with political stabilities. So, the daily life, trekking regions are completely safe to travel.

I am going to Nepal for a tea house trek so what can I expect?

Tea house trekking in Nepal being a common traveling way as it is a cheaper way to explore the country and also safe. For few years camping treks from Nepal is almost disappears tea house trek means you going to stay in local lodges which are wooden-made local buildings but clean and also you can get private buildings. Tea houses generally opened by local people but each year the quality of accommodations and foods are unbelievable because they can make all types of food if you are traveling by Oct, Nov & March to June. Generally, you can get private rooms with clean beds and mattresses, Most of the lodges have Wi-Fi service but payable, hot shower, heating system in the dining hall, some lodges even provides laundry service and all kind of drinks. Tea house trekking in Nepal is the best way to know the country within a limited budget as it is safe, cheap, and natural.

Why many travelers go to Nepal?

Nepal is a small country but there are so many touring and trekking attractions for travelers such as the world’s highest peak Mt. Everest, the birthplace of Buddha, and many water resources. There are 14 mountain over 8000m in the world, among them 8 mountains lies already in Nepal beside that there are more than hundreds of mountains over 5500 m. in 21 of century people are advanced and they love to walk into nature which is all available here in Nepal this is why many travelers would love to go to Nepal.

How can I get a visa for Nepal?

It is really easy to get a Nepali visa for travelers when they arrive in Kathmandu. All you have to do is fill up the form when you arrive at Kathmandu airport then you need two p.p size photographs than within a few minutes you will have your visa stamp. Here is the price list of visas:

15 days Nepal visa cost: 25 USD
30 days Nepal visa cost: 30 USD
3 month Nepal visa cost: 100 USD

Which is the best month to travel to Nepal?

If you are able to make your holiday in winter and spring that would awesome because the winter season means Sep to Nov, and spring means to march to June, if you travel in these months you will have clear weather, no rain, no snowfall, and also We don’t get natural disaster so for many prospective winter season and spring season is the best to travel in Nepal.

How long does it take to Thamel from Kathmandu TIA airport?

It is not so far to go to the Thamel area which is the center of the tourist area and it has many hotels, restaurants, lodges, homestay, and hostels so no. this is the reason why many travelers used to go to Thamel instead of other parts of Kathmandu. It is a 30-minute drive by private transport to Thamel.

What kind of food can I have in Nepal?

There are many restaurants in Nepal as per your interest either the local typical restaurant or western-style restaurant all type of foods you can get in Kathmandu. Even you can try KFC Which is located in Durbar Marg. Especially if you visit the Thamel area you can have easily Nepali authentic food, continental food, western, Indian, Thai almost all types of food you can have within a small area boundary which is Thamel.

What kind of trekking equipment do I need to bring?

You can bring your equipment from your own country if you have already otherwise you can buy or rest in Nepal which is much cheaper than your country as well as you don’t have to carry all the way where ever you travel so try to bring what is just essential.
Trekking equipment list:

  • Sleeping bag, Down Jacket,
  • Rucksack, day bag, camel bag,
  • Headlight, Gloves, medicine
  • Pair of socks, windproof pants, sandal
  • Walking boots, windproof jacket, t-shirt
  • Sun-glass, Sun cream, warm hat, lip balm
  • lighter, waterproof cover for your bag, raincoat

Generally, if you bring that equipment you can make your trek easily but if you want to check-in details click here..

What kind of accommodation do I get during the trek?

During your trip to the mountain in Nepal, you will get twin sharing bedrooms privately and most of the tea houses have a comfortable beds, pillows,s and hot water for showers but the shower room will be sharing with all guests whoever staying in the lodge.

How much does it cost for an Everest base camp trek?

Everest base camp trekking is a popular trekking destination in Nepal takes 12 days from Kathmandu go and back including both way flight to Lukla. Generally, it takes 12 days and it cost 1150 USD per person which includes both way flight, porter, guide, their all expenses, permit, grounded transport, 3-night hotel in Kathmandu. Airport picks up and drops.

How much for the Annapurna base camp trek?

Annapurna base camp has few options for the price if you follow the trail to ABC through Ghorepani it takes 10 days to go and back it cost 750 USD per person. And you will get all the essential services regarding your trip. More details of this trip are here.

Follows this instruction to respect the Country:

  • Please respect traditions, customs, values, and sentiments to help protect local culture and maintain local pride
  • ask with locals when taking photographs.
  • Respect holy places such as temples, Gompa, and stupa.
  • Don’t give money to the street kids instead you can give food or stationary things,
  • Don’t do anything against nature and Himalaya
  • Protect nature, flora, and fauna,
  • Clean your camp before you leave and pickups all your garbage with you,
  • Try to use local fresh water and don’t drop your plastic bottle during your trip
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