Nepal Travel Guide
I love Nepal, why? This is a beautiful country offers thousands of travelers in search of amazing vistas, adventure trekking, outdoor activities, cultural experiences, awesome Himalayan views, and fascinating cities. Nepal offers some of the best trekking destination in the planet. Here are over 35 trekking routes, offering different Himalayan vistas and local ethnic cultural. Trekking like Everest base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp, Langtang, Upper Mustang are the most popular destination for the trekkers.
If you are a non-trekker or unable to do trekking in Nepal then what to do? Nepal is not only for trekkers, it is the place for any one. For non-trekkers here are so Many thing to do in Kathmandu, Pokhara chitwan Lumbini, nagarkot and other places. Kathmansu is a home to one of the densest concentrations of UNESCO world heritage sites. A 6 hours drive or 25 minutes flight to Pokhara is the adventure city of Nepal offers beautiful lakes, awesome snow-capped Peaks, caves museum and mores. If you are an adventure lovers, pokhara is always in your favor for Paragliding, Zip flyer, Ultra light flight, and Bungee Jumping.
Furthermore if your holiday is more than a week you can experience the wildlife activities in Chitwan National park, visit Birthplace of Lord Buddha, Lumbini, and nagarkot, Janakpur etc.
Still you are a mountain lover and see the world highest peak but unable to do trekking then you can take helicopter tour to Everest base camp and other mountain region.
Things to Know
Language: - Nepali is official language, although English is widely spoken.
Currency: Nepali rupees, roughly $1quals RS. 110.
Power: 220V 50Hz Power adaptors C, D, & M.
All travelers except Indian Nationality are require to have visa to enter Nepal. Visa are available upon arrival at Nepal ( Tribhuwan international airport or any border ).
Tourist multiple Visa – 15 days = USD $ 25.00
Tourist multiple Visa – 30 days = USD $ 40.00
Tourist multiple Visa – 90 days = USD $ 100.00
Required documents:- Travelers required six months valid passport and 2 copy of passport size phone and required visa fee in USD dollar.
When to go Visa Fees:
High seasons are October- November and March- May. During the October November skies are clear and the weather is relatively warm. This is when trekkers hike to Himalaya to see the gigantic Himalayan views. March April is blooming season where you can see verities of flowers during your trekking. If you trek Everest base camp during this season you can see the tents of Everest climber at base camp. June to September is monsoon season where trekking is difficult and views are closed because of thick cloud. Winter is also good season for trekking but you have to prepare for cold and snow in your trail.
If you are planning to visit Nepal by car or Bus then take extra time into your schedule. Road travel is slow in Nepal because of mountain roads. A 200 Km journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara took 6/7 hours. Yes it is long drive but it is an eye opening experiences.
Trekking to Everest base camp: This is One of the main region people come to visit Nepal. This is an epic journey, a multiday trekking takes you to the world famous Everest base camp and Kalapattar. You can do it with your kids if you’re travelling in Nepal with family.
Kathmandu tour: A full day sightseeing of Katmandu valley with a professional tour guide gives more knowledge and experiences of cultural variation.
Annapurna Circuit Trek: Believe me or not this is the most popular trekking in Nepal. Some of my clients says the views are better than Everest.
Pokhara: Great spot for relax and adventure activities like paragliding.