In this Nepal Travel Guide And Tips, we will be giving you the best tips of how to travel the country and what are the most important things to do, and also, some of the things you must avoid.
For many, Nepal is characterized by the presence of the Himalaya and the amazing opportunity they present to walkers and trekkers. Our knowledge extends beyond the mountains and into the lowland Terai, the terraced foothills of the Kathmandu Valley and the jungles of Chitwan National Park, home to an array of wildlife.
Trekking in Nepal
A stay of two weeks is perfect for sightseeing though trekkers may prefer extra time to undertake longer routes. Alternatively, we can arrange four or five-day trips from India, the overland route from Tibet or include Nepal en route to Bhutan.
Accommodation (Nepal Travel Guide And Tips)
In Kathmandu you will find an extensive range of accommodation, from international five-star hotels offering a wide range of facilities to small and intimately run local guest houses.
The traditional tea houses in the Annapurna and Everest regions provide simple yet very hospitable accommodation for trekkers, offering fresh and revitalising Nepalese food for a day on the trail, while more luxurious options are on hand for those seeking a more pampered stay.
In the national parks there are lodges of varying standards where you can enjoy jungle living with the local naturalists.