Nepal Travel Advice
Make sure you are up-to-date with the pre-departure essentials before your trip to Nepal.
Useful Tips for Nepal Tours
The currency in Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). We recommend you go to the city center to change your money.
ATMs are available in central locations, but access is difficult in rural areas. Credit cards are accepted in major cities like Kathmandu. But, we recommend carrying cash with you at all times.
The Food Scene
Try Nepal’s tasty specialties like Dal Bhat influenced by Indian and Tibet cuisine.
Drinking tap water is not safe in Nepal. Restaurants serve purified water, but we advise consuming bottled water at all times.
Kathmandu Valley’s ethnic diversity reflects on its food, with more than 200 dishes waiting to be tasted.
Solo and Safe Travel
Are you traveling alone? You can stay in a single room if your tour has the single supplement option.
You can also be roomed with a solo traveler of the same gender.
Same-sex relations are not illegal in Nepal. Sadly, displays of affection by LGBTQ+ couples may attract a negative reaction. We strongly advise using discretion.
Nepal is famous for its lofty trekking routes and the great outdoors. Come prepared to savor the best of it.
Long-sleeved thermal tops and bottoms are essentials for nighttime in the Himalayas.
The trekking begins in the 820-meter high Pokhara and ends in the 1700-meter high Dhampus.
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