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  • Best Time to Travel Nepal

    There are numerous destinations that you can visit almost all the year. But there are some specific seasons that we recommend you to travel. The best time (seasons) to travel in Nepal are Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). Days are warm where the morning and evening are cold in Autumn. In mountain regions, night temperatures go…

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  • Climate and weather in Nepal

    Nepal is a geographically varied country. Being a tiny landlocked country, there are three specific regions. The Himalayan region, the hilly region and the plain land (Terai) region. Climatic conditions also vary according to the regions. The Himalayan region is cold all the year. Even in the summer, the temperature can fall into minus. But the weather is clear. Himalayan…

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  • Communication in Nepal

    With the development of mass media and technology, communications have gone easier in the current days. Telephone (landline and mobile) services are available throughout the country. Nepal Telecom, Ncell and Hello Nepal are some of the telecommunication provider in Nepal. You can use 3G internet services and mobile data. The country code of Nepal is 00977 and the city code…

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  • Cultural Etiquette in Nepal

    Here are some forms of cultural etiquette in Nepal: Namaste is the form of greeting in morning, day and evening. Take off your shoes before entering to the holy sites like temples and Gumba. Touching something by left hand is called impure. Things made from leather are not allowed in the temple. Skirts and short clothes for women are…

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  • Culture and Customs in Nepal

    Nepal is a secular country in terms of religion. The variation in culture and customs in Nepal can be found. There is a harmonious relationship between all the religious believers. Nepal is a melting pot of different religious groups. The main religion is Hindu among others like Buddsim, Christianity and Islam, and others. About 80% of the population follow Hinduism.…

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  • Festivals and Events in Nepal

    Festivals are next identity of Nepal. They celebrate seasonal festivals along with 3 major festivals. Here are some of the festivals and national events in Nepal. Buddha Jayanti-(Birth Day of Buddha) this event falls in the full moon night of May/June to celebrate the birthday of Lord Buddha. Janai Purnima-(Rakshya bandhan)- Full moon night (May/June). Hindu devotees put on holy…

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  • Food and Cuisines in Nepal

    Nepali foods are influenced by the Indian and Tibetan style cuisines. In the Himalayan region, Tibet style cuisines are popular, including mo:mo, Thukpa and soup type of foods. People from the hilly region eat Dal (lentil), Bhat (rice) and Achar (pickle). It is a national food set in Nepal. they also eat Dhindo (boiled flour) and Gunruk (dried spinach). It…

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  • Foreign Currency and Credit Cards

    Foreign currencies are accepted in the hotels, restaurants, travel agencies and shops. But you can also pay by exchanging the foreign currencies to Nepali rupees. You should not worry about banking facilities. In shops, restaurants, hotels and travel offices, they also accept credit cards. You can find money exchange counter in many places in Nepal. There are ATMs around the…

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  • Foreign Embassies and Consulates

    Australian Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal P.O Box 879 Bansbari, Kathmandu, Nepal City:Kathmandu Phone:977 437 1678 Fax:977 437 1533 Website: Austrian Consulate in Kathmandu, Nepal Consulate of Austria in Kathmandu, Nepal 22, Manakamana Marg, Nagpokhari, Naxal, Kathmandu, Nepal City:Kathmandu Phone:(+977) (1) 443 4648 (+977) (1) 443 4690 (+977) (1) 443 4860 (+977) (1) 443 4825 Fax:(+977) (1) 443 4515…

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  • Getting in Nepal

    There are different ways to enter in Nepal that include by Land and by air. As Nepal is a landlocked country, it doesn't have sea routes. BY LAND If you want to enter in Nepal by land, you can get into from India and Tibet. From Tibet, you have to cross the border at Kodari and take a bus to…

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  • High Altitude Sickness

    High Altitude Sickness (Acute Mountain Sickness) High Altitude Sickness is a sickness that appears as you are in the thin air region. The symptoms can appear from 2700 meters upwards. Where the oxygen level is low, the problem can get adverse. People can have different symptoms as a cause of acute mountain sickness. Severe cases of AMS may lead…

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  • Nepal Visa Information

    Embassy of Nepal issues tourist, diplomatic and official visa according to the Immigration rules and regulation of Nepal. The applicant must fill in the information requested in the application form. It is the right of the Government of Nepal to grant or not to grant visa to any foreigner. 1. Requirements for Tourist Visa: a. Duly filled in Visa Application…

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  • Trekking And Climbing Gears Checklist

    Trekking gears checklist Water proof tents (2 person accommodating)-for the camping trek. Foam mattresses, sleeping bag and all cooking and eating utensils along with kitchen staffs for camping trek. Trekking boots (waterproof, there can be raining in the mountains unpredictably. Also, in the snowy region, you should save you feet from frostbite). For walking, tennis shoes are also comfortable.…

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  • Trip Grade

    Trekking in Nepal can be categorized in different sections according to the level of difficulty. Lower altitude treks are regarded as easy and ideal where as higher altitude or alpine treks fall upon moderate, strenuous, very strenuous and technical or challenging. The more higher you go, the more physical fitness and acclimatization are required. Vertex Holiday explains you about different…

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