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Langtang Valley Trek

10 Days
Group, Private
3 Star Hotel, Hostel
If you are looking for a memorable Nepal holiday experience, this Langtang trek is a very rewarding choice. Langtang Valley Trek starts from Syabru Besi, the headquarters of Rasuwa district. After two days of a walk from there, we reach Langtang village. We move on from the village to Kyangjin Gompa. From Kyanjin Gompa, trek for a day to reach Tesku Ri (4984m). Climb this famous trekking peak of Nepal and enjoy the celestial view of the Langtang range and other Himalayan scenery of glaciers and peaks. Alternately, trek for about half a day from there to reach Yala, where you can visit the famous Yala Cheese Factory.
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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

9 Days
Group, Private
3 Star Hotel, Hostel
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek is one of the short and rewarding Annapurna treks. The trail makes basically a loop around Ghandruk; and Ghorepani will reach in two ways, starting either from Phedi or Nayapul. If you start from Phedi, you will trek to Landruk, cross the Modi River, reach Kyumi, and from there to Ghandruk. If starting from Nayapul, your trail will go through Syauli Bazar and Kilu and then ascend towards Ghandruk. It is worth spending a day in Ghandruk village, which is mainly inhabited by Gurungs. Visit the Gurung cultural museum in the village and enjoy fabulous views of Annapurna South peak. From there you will be following a forested path to Tadapani then head west to Ghorepani.
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Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek

10 Days
Small Group
3 Star Hotel
Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek lies in the famous Annapurna region of the Himalayas. One of the most popular treks in Nepal, it is also one of the best short Himalayan treks. A perfect blend of nature, culture, and views of mountains, this walking adventure offers you a wonderful trekking experience. As the trek doesn’t go too high in the elevation, it is perfectly an ideal trekking adventure even for the first-timers. This trek is popular as an easy trek but you still need to walk the meandering trail up and down the mountains. You need to traverse thousands of steps along the trail. But the adventure is truly worthy of going for it. And we bet this is the easy trekking adventure in Nepal. Famous for its pristine nature along the trail, view of the mountains, sunrise, and beautiful cultural villages, this adventure makes a perfect holiday.
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#Mardi Himal Trek

Mardi Himal Trek

9 Days
Small Group
3 Star Hotel
Mardi Himal Trek has certainly come up as one of the most picturesque walking adventures in Nepal. This Mardi Himal Trek is short but the excellent adventure takes you to the Annapurna region of the Himalayas. While you go on this adventure, you will get to experience one of the best nature walking adventures with the added bonus of views of the mountains. Although the Mardi Himal Base Camp trekking route is new, this Mardi Himal Trek has been attracting more people every year. It is an amazing thing to experience a huge elevation change within a short period of time without having to go through much effort. You will feel like you haven't gone that high but you definitely will. In addition to lush nature, you will enjoy a peaceful atmosphere throughout the adventure. Surrounding landscapes of valleys and mountains also take our breath away.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

13 Days
Group, Private
3 Star Hotel, Hostel
Annapurna Base Camp Trek covers Ghorepani Poonhill Trek as well. In springtime, the forest around this area is covered with blooming rhododendron. Poonhill offers fabulous views of the mountains in the Annapurna range, preparing you for the extreme beauty of the destination. Features of the trek include panoramic perspectives of mountain ranges and peaks, captivating sunrise and sunsets, terraced farmlands, adequate time to villages of various ethnic groups, and sufficient time to immerse yourself in the Himalayan lifestyle plus the warm hospitality of the local people.
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Nepal Travel Tips

💧 Tap Water

Drink enough water to prevent dehydration in Nepal, but watch out! Drinking tap water is usually unsafe. Travelers may drink bottled water or boiling water.


💰 Tipping

Tipping is not as much expected everywhere in Nepal (excluding expensive hotels and restaurants). 5-10% tipping on the total amount is acceptable for your satisfaction with good service.


🈯 Language

Nepali is the official language spoken in Nepal, previously named Khas-Kura, then Gorkhali. 78% of the people speak Nepali. Maithili is considered the second most spoken language.


💸 Cash

Nepali Rupee (NPR or Rs) is the official currency in Nepal. Local travel agencies, hotels, and some restaurants accept USD, but you’ll need local currency for daily use. International credit cards such as VISA and MasterCard are accepted by ATMs. There are “ATM Lounges” close to Thamel in Kathmandu and Lakeside in Pokhara.


👗 Dress

Bare knees and shoulders are viewed as rude and disrespectful in Nepal. So, take a modest dress code! Jeans, a long skirt, and normal shirts are the best.

Note: cover your upper legs and shoulders, and take off your shoes visiting ancient monuments, temples, or UNESCO World Heritage sites.


🧻 Toilet

Depending on how high-class the place is, you’ll find clean sit-down and western-style toilets. Unsurprisingly, you’ll see squat toilets with no toilet paper in rural areas. Friendly advice: always carry emergency toilet papers.


🌐 Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi service is offered in the main religious tourist centers. Also, access to free public Wi-Fi is almost available in hotels, public transport, airports, and restaurants, so on.


🔒 Banned Websites

Nepal government has banned thousands of pornographic websites to prevent sexual harassment and abuse. Rastra Bank has prohibited advertising on social media like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.


🔌 Adaptors

There are three types of plugs in Nepal including types C, D, and M. Type C is a two-rounded pin plug, type D is a triangular form with three round pins, and type M is a three-rounded pin plug. You can also use European plugs in Nepal, however, they are loose in the socket due to the different sizes. Nepal appliances run on 230 V.


👮 Safety

Nepal is almost a safe country for travelers. However, prevention is better than cure! Take intelligent precautions for bag-snatchers in public areas. Be careful walking around at night.


🚫 Don’ts in Nepal

💣 Take your shoes off before entering a home, temple, and monasteries in Nepal.

💣 Nepalese people are somewhat against the left hand: eating and offering gifts or money with the left hand are considered rude and disrespectful.

💣 Avoid touching a shared drinking vessel or eating from a shared pot.

💣 And one more thing: beef is strictly forbidden in Hindus.

Nepal Holiday Packages

Himalayas: Trek the Himalayas, one of Nepal’s most famous parts, Mount Everest, the Earth’s highest mountain above sea level.


Chitwan National Park: Go on a Safari in Chitwan National Park, a place where you can see Rhinos, Sloths, with a chance of spotting Bengal Tigers, while again, enjoying more aspects of the environment.


Pokhara: Enjoy the Beauties of Pokhara, the second most populated city in Nepal, the most scenic city in the country, and a gateway for adventures to visit and then enter nature.


Fly Over Everest: As much as it is one of the best things to do in Nepal, most people cannot climb Mount Everest because of the difficulty. But have no worries, as it is possible to book a flight over the highest mountain on the planet.

Nepal Vacation Packages

Lumbini: Visit a Sacred Site of the Buddhists at Lumbini, since it’s a UNESCO Listed Heritage Site, primarily because it is the birthplace of Buddha or Siddhartha Gautama.


Boudhanath Stupa: Marvel at the Beauty of Boudhanath Stupa, the largest of its kind, and it is considered the holiest Tibetan temple outside Tibet.


Swayambhunath Stupa: Climb the Stairs of Swayambhunath Stupa, also known as the Monkey Temple, another place of worship dedicated to Buddha, filled with temples, statues, and monkeys!


Pashupatinath Temple: Go on Another Spiritual Journey in the Hindu Pashupatinath Temple, dedicated to Shiva, and has been a sanctuary of the Hindus ever since the 4th century, known to be a masterpiece of architecture.

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