Know Before a Nepal Trip

  • Adventure Trekking in Nepal

    Being a mountainous country it is obvious that it attracts a lot of trekkers and thus is also known to be the "Trekkers Paradise". This is a perfect spot for those who want to have an adventure but at an affordable price. The best part about Trekking in Nepal is that one can choose the difficulty…

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  • Festivals and Events in Nepal

    There is an uncountable number of festivals that are celebrated in Nepal. All around the year one can celebrate festivals. Every community and region has different festivals with Dashain and Tihar begin common. There are several jatras like Indra Jata, Bisket Jatra, Ghode Jatra are celebrated inside Kathmandu valley. Similarly, the western part of Nepal, Dolpo is highly influenced…

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  • Mt. Everest Flight

    Mt. Everest flight will allow you to see the 360-degree bird-eye view of the Everest. This is one of the best and easiest ways to come across the Himalayas within a short period of time. This tour is also known as luxury heli tour. If you are someone with limited time on your hand and still craving to…

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  • Nepal Visa and Customs

    Nepal has made visa and customs process so much easier and straight forward for most nationalities. Moreover, one doesn't need to pay any visa fee if he/she holds the passport of a member state of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) for 30 days. You can get a visa on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport…

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  • Social Values in Nepal

    Nepal is a secular nation, but a majority of the population are either Hindus or Buddhists. Apart from these, there are people who follow other religions like Islam, Jainism, Christianity, Sikhism extra, but they are the minority. Nepal is a very harmonious country when it comes to religion and tradition. The country can be said as a place…

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  • Things to know before getting Nepal visa

      You must have a valid and clean passport. If your visa crosses the limited stay period you can arrange an extension to stay in Nepal at the Department of Immigration, before your departure. Your valid passport must be valid for at least 6 months while you submit an application for…

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  • Travel Insurance

    Travel insurance is a must to have while traveling in any place in the world. Especially, when you are planning to explore isolated regions as well as high altitude places. At this time, travel insurance will play a very important role and act as a backup plan in case of emergency situations. Likewise, depending upon the type of…

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  • Trekking Permits and TIMS

    Many areas of Nepal is either comes under restricted region or conservational region. Remote rural areas, particularly close to the Tibet border, require a restricted area permit from the government of Nepal. This applies to those trekking in the Manaslu, Mustang, Nar-Phu, Tsum Valley, Dolpo, Humla, and Kanchenjunga regions.  Permits range from US$10 to…

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  • World heritage sites in Nepal

    There are several UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Nepal and among them, seven are situated in Kathmandu itself. Kathmandu Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Patna Durbar Square are the three durbar square of Kathmandu valley. You will get to know the decades-old history and historical events in this place. Likewise, the durbar squares are capped…

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