Before You Go
Visa is the first requirement before you enter Nepal, which you can obtain at Kathmandu airport on arrival or you can also get it in your country of destination from Nepalese Embassy or consulate offices. Or you can apply online also from the website of immigration department of Nepal under the link. https://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa We would recommend you to obtain visa either online in advance to avoid long queue at the airport.
To obtain on arrival visa you required a valid passport and one passport -size photo with a light background. Credit cards are not accepted as payment of visa fee.
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Visa Facility Duration Fee:
Multiple entries 15 days - US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entries 30 days - US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entries 90 days - US$ 100 or equivalent convertible currency
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Travel insurance is necessary
Adequate security gives you therapeutic incorporation in case you turn out to be sick or break your leg for a mountain, your camera overflowing with epic ascending shots is hurt or stolen, your flights are dropped, or you end up included with a disastrous occasion. It's an assurance against potential issues that develop when you're all over the place, and can secure your life.
Your own adequate travel insurance ought to be purchased at the time your finalise your booking. This is a mandatory requirement for travel. Sufficient provision that covers personal accidents, death, medical costs and emergency repatriation should all be included under your policy. We would recommend a minimum coverage of 0,000 for each of the aforementioned categories. Your policy will also ideally cover you in cases of cancellations, curtailments, loss of luggage and any personal liabilities that may occur. It is a requirement that you provide proof of sufficient travel insurance.
Always Pack Toilet Paper
If you are planning to travel in Nepal, toilet paper is something which should not forget to pack. If your trip is in remote areas, or going for trek, it would be essential to be handy for toilet or to wipe dirty fingers previously nourishment, you'll be happy and praise the value whenever it's there each time.
Always Drink Bottle water
The water quality in Nepal isn't the best. Do not drink water anywhere in the restaurant or private houses which is served you, if it is not from the mineral bottle water.
Mostly westerners get infected not being careful on drinking water, and it would be very regretful, if you are infected and get sick during your holidays. Most trekking ways will have bottle water available, otherwise you can also drink normal water using water decontamination tablets.
Nepal is a Hindu dominated religious nation, when visiting its religious places, you should pay an attention. Because some holy hindu temples are strictly accessible for the Hindus only so, ensure you read the display board before you enter the site or ask near by some one and always explore clockwise around temples.
Always ask before you capture religious temples and peoples in your camera, so that you do not offend the peoples feeling and also in terms of respect to the peoples and their culture.
By the way expel your shoes when entering those sites or a neighbourhood's home. Shoes are supposed to be containing dirts and leather wears are not allowed inside the temple.
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Dal-bhat (lentil-based soup eaten with rice) is eaten throughout Nepal. Dal is a soup made of lentils and spices, served over boiled grain, bhat—usually rice but sometimes another vegetable curry. Condiments are usually small amounts of extremely spicy pickle which can be fresh or fermented.
This is a delightful customary supper found all through Nepal, local people will eat at any rate once every day. MC DONALD DOESN'T EXIST HERE! But MOMO (Steamed dumpling) is also one of the most popular among Nepali, we highly recommend you to taste once. But do not worry, in case you're longing for dishes of home, you will easily discover the western dishes at Thamel in Kathmandu and at Lake side in Pokhara, are set up to provide food for explorers.