Nepal is an ideal destination for tourists all through the year. The best season to visit Nepal is autumn (Oct-Dec) and spring (March-April). In autumn, the weather is usually clear with warm days and cold nights. In spring, the morning are usually clear but afternoons could invite some occasional showers. The days are warm with blossoming flowers and vegetation are spectacular at this time of the year. Trekking during the winter (Dec-Feb) is possible as the days will be…Read More
- Greet saying “Namaste” by joining the palms together with bowing your heads at the same time rather than saying “Hello”.
- Remove your shoes before entering a Nepali home, temple and monastery.
- Don’t touch anything with your feet and try not to step over or point your feet at another person or sacred place.
- Take permission before entering a Hindu Temple as many Hindu temples do not allow non-Hindu to enter.
If you are traveling to Nepal for the first time, there is plenty to experience and many diverse regions to explore. Situated between neighboring countries, India, China and Bhutan, Nepal is rich in natural beauty and cultural heritage. Nepal is a melting pot in the truest sense of the word, being home to people of many different ethnicities and religions. Travelers and trekkers alike continue to come to Nepal to experience the glorious landscapes the Himalayas provide. Apart from…Read More
There are different ways and terminals that links to Nepal. There are more than 15 international airlines linking to the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu. Nepal airlines (NA) is the national carrier of Nepal with flight connection to Delhi, Bangkok, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai etc. Other airlines connecting to Nepal are China Airlines, Biman Bangladesh, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, and Thai Airlines etc.
Since Nepal Shares its border with India and China coming to Nepal by land requires to…Read More
Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world filled with alluring natural beauty and cultural enigma. Nepal lies in between two economic giants India in the South and China in the North. Nepal shares its border with India and China and has open border with neighboring India.? Nepal is growing as an ideal travel hub and number of travelers visiting Nepal are increasing every year. Nepal is embodied with alluring Himalayan beauty, cultural and natural heritages,…Read More
How to Enter Nepal?
In order to fly directly to Nepal from your home country, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal. TIA has direct air link with Osaka, Shanghai, London, Frankfurt, Hongkong, Singapore, Bangkok, Delhi, Dubai, Bombay and Calcutta. Lufthansa, Royal Nepal Airlines (RNAC), Air India, Singapore Airlines, Thai are the airlines that carry most of the foreign travelers into Kathmandu; and if you buy tickets from any other airlines, you…
A visa is required to enter Nepal which can be issued at the Nepali embassy or Consulate or at the airport upon arrival.
Foreigners who intend to visit Nepal must hold valid passport or any travel document equivalent to passport issued by the govt. for visiting foreign country prior to applying for the visa. No foreigner is entitled to enter into or stay in the Kingdom of Nepal without valid visa. Tourist entry visa can be obtained for…Read More
Dal Bhaat Tarkari
Dal Bhaat Tarkari is the everyday meal of Nepali people. Dal is soup of lentils, Bhaat is the steamed or boiled rice and Tarkari is seasonable curry. Bhaat is served along with the dal and tarkari also pickle and yogurt can also be added with it.
Momo are dumplings which are filled with steamed vegetables or meat and accompanied by spicy dipping sauce. Momo is considered as a popular snack in Nepal.
Nepal is a land of non stop festivals country. For the Nepalese, festivals are not merely the annual spectacles, but also are a living part of their rich cultural heritage. Festivals effectively bind together the Nepalese people of diverse cultural backgrounds and beliefs into one nation. There are more than 50 major festivals in a year celebrated by Nepalese. Although most of these festivals are religious some have historical significance, while others are seasonal celebrations. Most Nepalese festivals are…Read More
Kathmandu Valley consist of three popular district: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur covering an area of 570 km2. 7 UNESCO world heritage sites are located at the Kathmandu valley within the radius of 15 km. Some famous places not to be missed in Kathmandu valley includes:
Kathmandu Durbar Square:
Kathmandu Durbar Square serves as the center of attraction for tourist as it reveals the history of…
We recommend you to get detail information on Nepal before you book your trip to Nepal. The travel check list may vary depending upon the month you are travelling. For example during the chilly winter you need to pack some warm clothing like heavy tweets and jackets. Summer is usually warm. If you are trekking in the Himalayas you need to carry some extra clothing.
Most of the trekking gears are available in Kathmandu. You can rent or…Read More
Hello, Greetings, I bless the divine in you
The more respectful version of Namaste
All purpose term meaning yes? Pardon, Excuse me?
(Tapaiilai) Kasto Cha?
How are you?
(Malai) Thik Cha
I am fine
Khana khannu bhaiyo?
Have you eaten? (used often as informal greeting)
Tapaiiko naam ke ho?
What is your name?
Mero naam ………. ho
We wanted to see Mt Everest close from the base camp without the 14 day trek. And this is the most exciting way to go, by helicopter. Early morning start from Kathmandu (1364m) to Lukla airport to refuel (altitude 2860m) and then to the Everest Base camp 5290m with…Read More