Nepal

Nepal Trip

Discover the wide diversity of attractions of Nepal. A lot of fascinating archaeological sites, old cities historic monuments and every variation of climate and terrain from snow capped mountains, evergreen hills and valleys to jungle and last but not least, very friendly people, whose attitude make you feel at home away from home.

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Rough Travel Guide

About Nepal

Nepal is the tourist’s heaven with its rich culture and a vast heritage, Nepal is blessed with such astonishing and unique sites that it holds its significant position in naming itself as a best destination for a Unique World heritage tour. The culture of Nepal is a combination of tradition and novelty. A Tour to Nepal will enable you to get the glimpse of its beauty and lifestyle.

Nepal is a country with diverse topography, culture & ethnicity. Out of 14 world highest 8000m peaks in the world, Nepal has 8 peaks located inside its boundary which includes Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchangunja, Mt. Lhotse, Mt. Makalu, Mt. Cho-Oye, Mt. Dhulagairi, Mt. Mansalu & Mt. Annapurna. Ranging Topography from flat southern region to the snow capped Himalayas the climate also varies with its altitude from Tropical to Alpine climate. With population of over 25.8 million Nepal is a multi cultural, linguistic and ethnic country.

Visa and Entry Formalities

Nepal makes things easy for foreign travelers. Nepal visa is available on arrival at the international airport in Kathmandu and at all land border crossings that are open to foreigners, as long as you have passport photos on hand and can pay the visa fee in foreign currency (some crossings insist on payment in US dollars). Please be sure to have visa fees in cash, some time ATM may be out of order or may not work with different credit cards. Your passport must be valid for at least six months and you will need a whole free page for your visa. Online Nepal Visa application

Nepalese Food

Nepal comprises a variety of cuisines based upon ethnicity, soil and climate relating to Nepal’s cultural diversity and geography. Much of the cuisine is variation on Asian themes. Other foods have hybrid Tibetan, Indian and Thai origins. Momo—Tibetan style dumplings with Nepalese spices—are one of the most popular foods in Nepal. Special foods such as Sel Roti and Pater are eaten during festivals such as Tihar (festival of lights).

Chowmein is a Nepali favorite in modern times based on Chinese-style stir fried noodles. Nepalese milk tea with spices is favorite soft drinks. Rakshi home brewed wine from millet or rice or wheat is favorite drink for any occasion in Nepal. It is known as Wasa in Newari community or in Kathmandu valley.

Climate

Nepal has four seasons.
(1) Winter: December-February
(2) Spring: March-May
(3) Summer: June-August
(4) Autumn: September-November.
In the winter the average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius during the day and 4 degrees during the night. During the warmer months the temperature varies between 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. Pokhara and Royal Chitwan National Park and the Southern plains are 5 – 10 degrees hotter than in Kathmandu. The climate of Nepal varies from area depending upon the altitude of the place. Nepal can be visited all the year round.

People

The population of Nepal was recorded to be about 26.62 million according to a recent survey done by the Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal. The population comprises of about a 101 ethnic groups speaking over 92 languages.
The people of Nepal are as variable and intriguing as the country’s geography. Through the country is an unfolding tapestry of ethnic groups, such as Newars, Tharu and Sherpa’s each with its own distinct language, customs, houses and dress.

Religion

The Hindu Temples and Buddhist Shrines are scattered all over the country In fact, Hinduism and Buddhist are so intertwined that their temples often share the same location and rites of both faiths may be practiced by a single family. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and Christians live together in harmony. And other nature worshipers, too, exist here.

Currency and Credit Cards

Most of hotels, shops, airlines, and tourism companies accept credit cards however bank fees up to 5% is additional. ATM are available in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan and urban cities. But you need to carry enough cash in Nepalese rupees while you are in trekking or rural area. Foreign currencies can be exchanged in the Banks and authorized money changers.

Best Reasons to visit Nepal

1. It’s easy to get there

There are several airlines with connecting flights to Nepal from Europe, USA and Asia. Qatar Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Oman Air, Turkish Airlines, Air India, and Jet Airways all have connecting flights to Kathmandu from Europe and the USA. Korean Air, Thai Aiways, Singapore Airlines, and Cathay Pacific have connecting flights from the west coast of the USA and from Asia to Nepal. Tourists from most countries can obtain a Nepal visa on arrival. To facilitate matters complete a Nepal Visa online application.

2. Tons of Hills and Himalayan Mountains

68% of the country’s area is hilly. The geographical region lying between 4,500 m and 8,848 m in the northern part covers about 15% of the total land area of the country. You can visit the major cities and attractions of Nepal such as Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, but there are many lesser-known places that don’t get the attention they deserve. The hilly regions have some of the best climate. And there are over 3000 villages in the hilly region. Traveling through villages provides the best experience of the diverse culture of different ethnic groups.annapurna range from kalsee eco lodge nepal

3. You can’t beat the magnificent views

With all the diverse landscapes across the country, magnificent views abound. You’ll find high Himalayan ranges, rolling hills, green forests and rice paddy fields. There are brilliant blue skies, vibrant greenery, and turquoise rivers. No matter where you go in the Nepal, there is a view you’ll want to capture as the backdrop for your selfie.
annapurna-himchuli, kalsee eco-lodge, nepal

4. Friendly People

The Nepalese love having people visit their country. Tourism is major source of income for Nepalese people. Nepal has colorful people and over123 different ethnic groups – each with their own dialect and culture. Where ever you visit in Nepal, people communicate with tourists saying“Namaste !”
gurung girls kurikha, Nepal

5. Variation of foods

Local specialties include dal bhat and mo mo. But there are tremendous varieties of food and cuisine available in most tourist destinations. You can choose from pasta to pizza, Chinese to Japanese foods, Mexican, Irish, Korean and Asian and Continental foods. If you are keen to try some authentic ethnic cuisine we can arrange a home-stay in a rural area.

6. Affordable

You can visit several unique attractions and stay in some of the luxurious accommodations for a fraction of the price of other parts of the world. A 10-day visit to Nepal that includes some of the most famous world heritage attractions-Kathmandu Durbar Square, Living goddess, Chitwan National Park, Hiking in Pokhara– can cost as little as $1645 per person. This price includes accommodations, transfers, guided tours, meals and excursions.

You have several options of accommodations: from home-stay, eco-lodges, standard, first class and luxury accommodations. We can arrange it all for you.

 

7. Family Friendly

Many people think that Nepal is just a mountainous country and a destination for trekkers and climbers only. That is not true! Nepal is a family-friendly destination as well. Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara, and Chitwan are wonderful places for families. There is short hiking around Kathmandu and Pokhara to rural villages – providing the experience of a lifetime for parents with children. Home-stays, eco-lodges, budget to luxury hotels – all are available, according to your budget and interests. We can include plenty of options to ensure  your family’s needs and comfort are met. There are activities for all ages and activity levels: hiking, rafting, zip flying, paragliding, boating, walking tours – just to name a few.

 

tourist-in-lumle, Nepal

8. Climate, Flora and Fauna

Nepal has one of the best climates! There are over 400 species of birds, and thousand of colorful flowers and plants. You have the opportunity to see black rhino, crocodile, peacocks and more! Vegetables are fruits are widely available.

9. Safety

Nepal is considered one of the safest countries in south Asia! This is in part due to the religious nature of the Nepalese people and their general kindness to tourists. Of course, it’s important to take precautions with valuables.