TRAVEL ADVISE

  • Visa Information

    For most travelers, Nepal has an on-arrival visa available at the Tribhuvan International Airport. Likewise, if you are entering Nepal via one of its borders (from India or Tibet), then you can get a visa at the immigration entry point. *Note: If you are a citizen of Iraq, Ethiopia, Liberia, Palestine, Nigeria, Ghana, Afghanistan, Cameroon, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, or Somalia, then you ...

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  • Travel Insurance

    We have repeated time and again the importance of travel insurance, especially when joining adventurous features in Nepal. Nepal has all sorts of outdoor activities, from mountaineering and trekking to rafting, bungee jumping, paragliding, canoeing, etc. As thrilling as these activities are, they are equally dangerous if not done under the proper guidance. And sometimes, even with proper guidance, things can ...

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  • Nepal Trek Equipment List

    Below is the equipment/packing guideline that you can refer to while preparing for the trek. The item listed below may vary depending upon the region you are trekking to, season, and trek difficulty grade. You can take this packing guideline as a general overview. The luggage weight limit is 15 kg or 33 pounds. During the trek, our porter will carry ...

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  • Altitude Sickness

    Altitude sickness is a common condition that occurs if you travel at a high elevation (8,000 ft or 2,500 m above). It happens because of a shortage of oxygen in the body. Also known as acute mountain sickness, if a traveler is not used to high altitudes or does not acclimate properly can suffer from it.As most of our trekking ...

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  • Flight Cancellation

    Because of Nepal's distinctive geography and climatic variation, there is a high chance of domestic flights getting canceled in adverse weather conditions (heavy rain, strong winds, thick fog, etc). The spring and autumn have less chance of flight delays and a rare chance of flight cancelation thanks to stable weather. Besides those two seasons, the flight can get delayed or canceled ...

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  • Accommodation & Food

    Accommodation Facilities in NepalNepal has all kinds of accommodation facilities, either you prefer luxury or budget-friendly. Cities have five stars and boutique hotels where you can enjoy world-class hospitality and lavish stay. Likewise, there are many resorts (luxury to affordable) around Kathmandu, Chitwan, and Bardiya to enjoy nature at its best. You can find many budget-friendly hotels and traveler hostels ...

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  • Weather & Climate in Nepal

    Nepal has five seasons (winter, spring, summer/monsoon, and autumn), and weather/climate varies from one region to another as per the season. Winter(End of November to end of Feburary) Winter is, of course, the coldest time of the year. The heavy snowfall and snowstorms in the mountains and unclear visibility make trekking unpleasant. Kathmandu and the Terai region do not receive snowfall. ...

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  • How to be Responsible Tourist & Safety travelling in Nepal

    As much as we travel agencies put efforts into sustainable and responsible tourism, the role of travelers is equally significant. Do the following things to contribute and become a responsible tourist.Leave only footprints. Take only photographs!Before booking a trip, check how much the trekking company aligns with eco-friendly tourism and give back to society.Do not use other routes, campsites, or ...

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  • Transportation & Currency ,Banking in Nepal

    Kathmandu and other big cities have a good network of local buses and micro-buses. There is also the option of tourist buses and vans for travelers, however, you have to ask for them beforehand. Likewise, you can easily get a taxi service or book a private car.In Thamel, many shops offer mountain bikes and ordinary bikes for rent. The long-distance ...

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  • Operating Drone in Nepal

    No one shall operate an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or drone in Nepal without obtaining permission as follows:Tourists intending to fly UAV during their visit to Nepal shall obtain prior permission from the following agencies:Department of TourismMinistry of Home AffairsCivil Aviation Authority of Nepal (not necessary for UAV less than 2 kg and below 200 ft from ground level)For research ...

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  • COVID-19 UPDATES

    Latest Update 2022-June -12The whole world still suffers from the COVID19 pandemic and especially the last three years was the worst period for travel enthusiasm. Even in this bad situation, people travel with different travel protocols and advisory. Nepal's Government also changes the travel advisory with the current situation and COVID19 cases. Nepal has already faced two different waves of ...

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