Things to Know Before Planning a Trip to Nepal

March 24, 2017 admin

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.”

Here, I shall be discussing about some general things for you to know before travelling to nepal and help make it easier for you to plan your trip to Nepal which even though of its small size holds various exotic outlandish regions for exploration purposes. So first and foremost let me tell you a little about Nepal. It is often considered that Nepal is a touristic haven for adventure seekers and travel enthusiasts from all around the globe so it’s not a surprise that Nepal receives thousands of tourists every year.

Over all let’s get into some initial important things such as Nepal’s Visa, so to let you know Nepal issues visas on entry for subjects of generally nations. These can be obtained for 15, 30, or 90 days and range from $25 to $100. You should bring a travel permit estimated photograph, or remain in line and pay for one when you arrive. Presently you may ponder about when should you make arrangements to visit Nepal and I can without much of a stretch disclose to you that you’ll have to arrange your visit around your desired adventure activity. In case you’re planning to trek in Nepal then the trails are shut amid storm season, which keeps running from June through August. Trekking season falls from September through May which presents all kinds of opportunity to enthusiastic travelers who wish to explore all hidden aspects of Nepal.

Additionally, the second thing to note is that Nepal has just a single International Airport (as of now) which is the Tribhuvan International Airport situated in Kathmandu (KTM). The currency of Nepal is called Nepalese Rupee (NPR) and the power voltage in Nepal for the most part keeps running at 220V/60Hz. By and large Kathmandu and Pokhara have broad access to web shops loaded with PCs. There are additional cafes and restaurants in both of these essential urban communities that offer free Wi-Fi for your convenience nowadays. In actuality the Wi-Fi is not too bad in both of these traveler overwhelming urban cities of Nepal.

Nepal is also exceptionally inviting and modest to travel as it has a colossal scope of alternatives. From substandard, essential spaces for hikers to much more pleasant inns/rooms. Furthermore, some eco-hotels accommodate their guests with fun things like tree houses. Vegans are bound to love going through Nepal in light of the fact that the national dish, dal bhat, is lentil soup which is generally presented with rice and veggies. The Tibetan momos or dumplings are phenomenal and a staple of any veggie lover slim down in Nepal. It’s exceptionally prescribed to travel with insurance to cover few hazardous situations as medicinal service quality is low and you likely should be transported out of Nepal if something genuine happens. Do take note of that the water is typically not sheltered to drink so it is very favored by tourists to drink filtered water. Another most regular issues confronting travelers is gastrointestinal issues. Due to the available poor sanitation of Nepal, tourists should be cautious with their nourishment and water utilization. It would be ideal if you generally sanitize your water and have a few oral rehydration salts.

I hope after reading these basic yet vital information, you will be able to plan a comfortable and uncomplicated trip in Nepal without a hitch.

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