- Website : https://www.himalayanadventuretreks.com/
- Contact Person : Bhagwat Simkhada
- WhatsApp : +977- 9851138875
- Address : Thamel, Marg Kathmandu
- Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Max Altitude:2550 m
Group Size :2-16
Tour Customize :On Request
Trip Grade :Easy
Meals :6 Breakfast, 2 Dinner
Best Season:Feb-May/ Aug- Nov
- Enjoy a fantastic sightseeing tour of Kathmandu valley.
- Visit Patan & Bhaktapur Durbar Square, the living museum of the Newari culture.
- Witness an amazing sunrise view over the Annapurna range.
- Relax as your boat in the beautiful Phewa Lake.
Travelling is something that people of all age, race, caste, and creed desire. However, as people get older, the physical condition restricts extensive stress to the human body. For travellers in such a stage of life, we bring the Luxury package tour for Above 50 Years. This trip is a mix of tours and sightseeing to some of the most popular destinations in Nepal. Also, the tour also offers beautiful sceneries of the Himalayas and diverse landscapes.
Firstly, the tour starts in Kathmandu and includes various exciting activities. From short tours to Everest mountain flights, there are various ways to enjoy your stay in the valley. The Everest mountain flight takes you to the company of the mountain vistas including Langtang, Jugal, and Mount Everest ranges. Then, you can also enjoy visiting world heritage sites like Pashupatinath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, and Boudhanath. Later, the trip heads to Patan and Bhaktapur where you explore the ancient city and drive to Nagarkot. The viewpoint offers beautiful views of the mountains in the Rolwaling and Jugal Mountain ranges.
From Nagarkot, the trip heads west to Pokhara. The city is one of the tourist hotspots in the country and houses various popular locations. Some famous areas are Tal Barahi Temple (Island temple), Phewa Lake, Bat Cave, and Davis Falls. Likewise, Sarangkot is a hiking spot near Pokhara. The viewpoint offers a surreal panorama of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Also, the view of Mt. Machhapuchhre (6997m) is quite sublime. After exploring the valley for the rest of the day, you prepare to head back to Kathmandu.
This tour is designed for senior people, especially for elder citizen. Thus, Luxury Tour for the above 50 Years is easy and anyone can do it. Also, travellers can do the trip all around the year.
- Detail Itinerary
- Trip Dates
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu Airport.
Day 02: Everest Mountain flight & Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley. (B)
Day 03: Bhaktapur, Patan Sightseeing & Overnight at Nagarkot. (B/D)
Day 04: Drive from Nagarkot to Pokhara. (B)
Day 05: Annapurna Sunrise view and Sightseeing. (B)
Day 06: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. (B/D)
Day 07: Departure to Airport. (B)
- Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu Airport.
- Day 02: Everest Mountain flight and Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley. (B)
- Day 03: Bhaktapur, Patan Sightseeing & Overnight at Nagarkot. (B/D)
- Day 04: Drive from Nagarkot to Pokhara. (B)
- Day 05: Annapurna Sunrise view and Sightseeing. (B)
- Day 06: Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. (B/D)
- Day 07: Departure to Airport. (B)
Your arrival in Kathmandu will be marked by landing at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). A company representative of Himalayan Adventure Treks & Tours will receive you and transfer you to your hotel. Evening you can meet the participants and the tour members. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.
Early morning we will go to the domestic airport for a scenic Everest mountain flight. The one-hour flight offers a spectacular panorama of Mt. Everest (8848.86m) and other neighboring mountains. Some of them are Kanchenjunga (8586m), Makalu (8485m), Cho Oyu (8201m), Nuptse (7861m), and Ama Dablam (6856m) among others. Also, you can relish the aerial views of the Sagarmatha National Park and the Khumbu Valley on the flight.
After getting back mountain flight we will have breakfast at the hotel and take some rest then we start the city tour which includes the four of the UNESCO world heritage site in the Kathmandu valley.
After breakfast, we start for the Kathmandu city tour which includes four of the UNESCO heritage site in the valley.
Pashupatinath: The Pashupatinath Temple is a revered Hindu temple located on the banks of the Bagmati River in the eastern part of Kathmandu, Nepal. It is one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus all over the world and is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the principal deities in Hinduism.
The temple complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is spread over an area of 264 hectares. The main temple is a pagoda-style structure with a gold-plated roof, four silver doors, and intricate carvings depicting various Hindu deities. Inside the temple, there is a Shiva lingam, which is a representation of Lord Shiva.
The Pashupatinath Temple is also home to many smaller temples and shrines dedicated to other Hindu deities, as well as several ghats or steps leading down to the Bagmati River. It is believed that the ghats are sacred and that bathing in the river can purify one's soul.
The temple is a popular destination for both tourists and locals, and it attracts thousands of visitors every year, especially during the Maha Shivaratri festival, which is one of the biggest festivals dedicated to Lord Shiva. During this festival, devotees from all over Nepal and India come to the temple to offer prayers and perform various rituals.
Boudhanath Stupa: It is also known as the Boudha Stupa, is a large Buddhist stupa located in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is one of the largest stupas in the world and is considered to be one of the most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites.
The stupa stands at a height of 36 meters (118 feet) and has a diameter of 120 meters (394 feet). It is built in a dome shape and is adorned with colorful prayer flags and intricate carvings. At the top of the stupa is a gilded spire, which is topped with a small umbrella-like structure and a golden pinnacle.
The Boudhanath Stupa is believed to have been built in the 14th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is surrounded by numerous monasteries, shops, and restaurants, making it a popular destination for both tourists and locals.
The stupa holds significant religious and cultural importance for the Tibetan Buddhist community, and it is believed that the stupa contains relics of the Buddha and other Buddhist masters. It is a common sight to see devotees circumambulating the stupa in a clockwise direction while reciting prayers and spinning prayer wheels.
The Boudhanath Stupa is also a center for Buddhist learning and practice, and many monasteries and schools have been established in the surrounding area. It is a symbol of Nepal's rich cultural heritage and is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Buddhism and Nepalese culture.
Kathmandu Durbar Square: It is also known as Hanuman Dhoka Durbar Square, is a historic plaza located in the heart of Kathmandu, Nepal. It is one of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The square was once the site of the royal palace of the Malla and Shah kings who ruled Nepal, and it is surrounded by many temples, shrines, and other important buildings. The most prominent structure in the square is the Hanuman Dhoka Palace, which is a complex of several buildings, including a museum that displays the artifacts and art of the Nepalese royalty.
The square is also home to the Kumari Ghar, a temple that houses the Kumari, the living goddess of Nepal. The Kumari is a young girl who is believed to be the incarnation of the Hindu goddess Taleju, and she is worshipped by both Hindus and Buddhists. The Kumari only appears in public during certain festivals and events, and it is considered a great honor to receive her blessings.
Other notable structures in the square include the Taleju Temple, the Jagannath Temple, and the Kasthamandap, which is a wooden temple believed to have been built from the timber of a single tree.
Kathmandu Durbar Square is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and it offers a glimpse into the rich history and culture of Nepal. The square is also a center for cultural and religious festivals, and many important events are held there throughout the year.
Swayambhunath (Monkey Temple): It is also known as the Monkey Temple, is a Buddhist stupa located on a hilltop in the western part of Kathmandu, Nepal. It is one of the oldest and most sacred Buddhist sites in Nepal and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The stupa is believed to have been built over 2,000 years ago and is said to contain relics of the Buddha himself. The stupa is adorned with colorful prayer flags and intricate carvings, and it is surrounded by many smaller shrines and temples.
The temple complex is also home to a large number of monkeys, which is how it got its nickname, the Monkey Temple. The monkeys are considered sacred and are revered by the locals, who feed them and take care of them.
To reach the top of the hill where the stupa is located, visitors must climb a long flight of steps. Once at the top, visitors are rewarded with panoramic views of the city and the surrounding hills. The hilltop location of the stupa also makes it a popular spot for watching the sunset or sunrise.
The Swayambhunath Stupa is an important destination for both Buddhists and tourists, and it attracts visitors from all over the world. It is a symbol of Nepal's rich cultural heritage and is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Buddhism and Nepalese culture.
After breakfast, we start our tour to Patan and Bhaktapur Durbar Square which is another UNESCO heritage site in the valley.
Patan Durbar Square: It is a historic plaza located in the city of Lalitpur, which is also known as Patan, in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. It is one of the three Durbar Squares in the valley and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The square is home to many ancient temples, palaces, and other important buildings that date back to the Malla period of Nepalese history. The most prominent structure in the square is the Patan Royal Palace, which was once the residence of the Malla kings and is now a museum that houses artifacts and art of the Nepalese royalty.
Other notable structures in the square include the Krishna Temple, which is a stone temple built in the 17th century and is dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Bhimsen Temple, which is dedicated to the god of trade and commerce, and the Golden Temple, which is a Buddhist monastery that is famous for its intricate wood carvings and metalwork.
Patan Durbar Square is also home to many other temples, shrines, and courtyards, all of which offer a glimpse into the rich cultural and religious heritage of Nepal. The square is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and it is a center for cultural and religious festivals, many of which are held there throughout the year.
Patan Durbar Square is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Nepalese culture and history, and it is a reminder of the rich artistic and architectural traditions that have flourished in Nepal for centuries.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square: It is a historic plaza located in the city of Bhaktapur, also known as Bhadgaon, in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal. It is one of the three Durbar Squares in the valley and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The square is home to many ancient temples, palaces, and other important buildings that date back to the Malla period of Nepalese history. The most prominent structure in the square is the 55 Window Palace, which was once the residence of the Malla kings and is now a museum that houses artifacts and art of the Nepalese royalty.
Other notable structures in the square include the Nyatapola Temple, which is a five-story pagoda-style temple that is dedicated to the goddess of wealth and prosperity, the Bhairava Nath Temple, which is a stone temple dedicated to the god of death, and the Dattatreya Temple, which is a three-story temple that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square is also home to many other temples, shrines, and courtyards, all of which offer a glimpse into the rich cultural and religious heritage of Nepal. The square is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, and it is a center for cultural and religious festivals, many of which are held there throughout the year.
Bhaktapur Durbar Square is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Nepalese culture and history, and it is a reminder of the rich artistic and architectural traditions that have flourished in Nepal for centuries.
After visiting the Heritage site we drive to Nagarkot to see the amazing view of Sunset. Overnight in Nagarkot.
Morning witness sunrise at Nagarkot, small village seat at about 7500 Ft altitudes, offering fine views from Dhaulagiri in the west to Kanchenjunga in the east. On a fine day, one can even see the tip of Everest from here. After breakfast, we drive to Pokhara.
The serenity of Phewa Lake and the magnificence of the Fishtail Peak rising behind it create an ambiance of peace and tranquility. Pokhara is a perfect place to see a panoramic view of the Himalayan region including the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges. Evening you can visit the Lakeside in Pokhara.
Early morning, we will drive to the Sarangkot viewpoint for a great sunrise view over the Annapurna mountain range. Then we will drive back to the hotel and have breakfast. After breakfast, we will continue our sightseeing including Davis fall, Gupteshowar Mahadev & Peace pagoda stupa where you can see the amazing view of Annapurna ranges, Pokhara valley, and Phewa lake.
Evening you can enjoy the boating in Phewa lake and visit the Lakeside and Tal Barahai Temple (Island Temple).
After breakfast, we start our drive to Kathmandu which is the place of the remarkable natural beauty of the Trishuli river and deep valley. The serenity of Ganesh Himal and Manaslu ranges. Evening you can do shopping in Thamel for your friends & family.
In the evening we will have a farewell dinner at an authentic Nepalese restaurant with a cultural performance.
A representative from Himalayan Adventure Treks and Tours will take you to the airport, approximately 3 hours before your scheduled flight. On your way home you'll have plenty of time to plan your next adventure in the wonderful country of Nepal.
- Three Night 3* hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast.
- One Night 3* hotel in Nagarkot with Dinner & Breakfast.
- Two Night 3* hotel in Pokhara with Breakfast.
- Everest Mountain flight.
- Entrance fees.
- All overland transfers using the private vehicle.
- All Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Patan sightseeing tours accompanied by a local guide fluent in the English language.
- Last Night’s farewell dinner at an authentic Nepalese restaurant with a cultural performance.
- Lunch and Dinner.
- Beverages and alcoholic drinks.
- Extension of any other tours/accommodation.
- All kinds of personal expenses.
Entrance fees of Heritage Sites of Nepal:
Nepal is famous for world heritage sites, Tourist attractions places, and monuments areas. Tourism is the second income source of the country. Entrance fees, National park fees, climbing royalties are the backbone of the Nepalese economy. Foreigner tourists visiting heritage sites, attraction places, and monuments of the country and have to pay a certain entrance fee to get inside the area. The people of South Asian countries (SAARC) have to pay fewer entrance fees in comparison to tourists from other countries. Many tourists want to see the typical Nepalese art and cultural places, happily paying the entrance fee because it is worth paying to visit.
The 7 heritage sites of Kathmandu valley are amazing. Boudhanath, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, and Changunarayan have their own history. They are not only rich in art and architecture but also fountain spiritual places of Hinduism and Buddhism. Most of the constructions made have a tantric background and old history. Not only the Kathmandu valley but other parts of the country are also rich in nature and history. Lumbini (Birth Place of Gautam Buddha) Chitwan National park, Pokhara, Nagarkot, Trekking trails, Peak climbing, Expedition are the main tourist destination in Nepal and main income sources of the country. It is the government that keeps the price of priceless monuments and makes some money from tourists who visit them.
Please find the attached PDF file for the Entrance fees of World heritage and other attraction places in Nepal.
Popularly recognized worldwide for its majestic sky-dominating peaks, Nepal is one of the most sought-after nations for trekking and other adventure activities. This tiny Himalayan nation is home to eight of the world’s tallest peaks, including Mt. Everest (8848.86m)- the highest mountain in the world. Moreover, the rugged and rural trekking trails to the massifs along the dense forest which is filled with exotic floras and faunas instills excitement and adventures to the travelers. However, traveling to Nepal is not only about the mountains and natural beauty. Unraveling the beauty that lies in the old monuments, palaces, and temples. Nepal has a diverse array of cultures, traditions, languages, and history which are reflected in the lifestyle of the people.
Location: Nepal is located in South Asia; between two great giants the Republic of China to the north and India to the south, east, and west.
Geography: A landlocked country, Nepal is divided into three geographical regions, namely, the Himalayas, the Hills, and the Terai.
Capital: The capital city of Nepal is Kathmandu.
Area: The total area of Nepal is 147,181sq km.
Population: The current population of Nepal is 29 million.
Political system: Nepal is a federal republic country with a multi-party system.
Major religion: Nepal is a secular state but the majority of people follow Hinduism, followed by Buddhism and Christianity.
Time zone: The time zone of Nepal is GMT +5:45.
Official Language: The official language of Nepal is Nepali.
Working hours: The working hours in Nepal are from 10 am to 5 pm.
Electricity: Currently, all the major cities have electricity while electricity supply in some rural areas is limited. The standard voltage of electricity in Nepal is 220V.
All tourists visiting Nepal except tourists from India should have a valid passport and visa. An On-Arrival visa to enter can be obtained at the Tribhuvan International Airport or any other land entry/exit points at the Nepal-Tibet and Nepal-India border. During the peak season, there will be a long line of tourists here trying to get their visas. So, to avoid the endless waiting you should visit the nearest Nepalese diplomatic missions stationed in your country before your arrival.
An On-Arrival Tourist Visa costs USD 30 for 15 days, USD 50 for 30 days, and USD 125 for 90 days. Find more information regarding the updated visa fees at http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/post/notice-regarding-visa-fee-updates.
You can also extend your visa within a valid period which will cost you USD 3 per day. However, if you are visiting Nepal from SAARC countries you don’t have to pay visa fees as gratis fee or free visa is applicable for 100 days. Regarding information about tourist visas, you can head to the information on the official website of the Department of Immigration at http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np/page/tourist-visa.
How to reach the country
Nepal is very well accessible via air, rail, and road. Tribhuvan International Airport is the only international airport and the entry point for those arriving by air. Nepal Airlines is the main operator in the nation. Other international airlines here are Air Arabia, Air Asia, Etihad airlines, Fly Dubai, Jet Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, Silk Air, and Thai air. The rail and road service can only be used by those arriving from India.
In terms of land transport, there are several land entry/exit points at the Nepal-Tibet and Nepal-India borders. Kerung and Kodari are the entry/exit points at the Nepal-Tibet border whereas
Janakpur-Jainagar railway is the sole railway that connects Nepal with India, several buses connect Delhi and Kathmandu.
Popular destinations to visit
There are many places you can visit in Nepal. Nepal is not only gifted with natural beauty but it is also culturally rich which means there are many heritages and sites you can visit. Kathmandu Valley is the first and foremost destination that you should not miss out on. The seven UNESCO world heritage sites in the valley, namely, Patan Durbar Square, Bhaktapur Durbar Square, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Changunarayan.
Other places you must visit while in Nepal are Pokhara, Chitwan, and Lumbini. Pokhara is a scenic lake city, located 6 hours’ drive away from Kathmandu city. There you will be able to enjoy the serene and peaceful nature with the Annapurna ranges in the backdrop. Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is a historic destination whereas the Chitwan National Park is a natural haven for exotic flora and fauna. Both of these are also enlisted as world heritage sites by UNESCO. Palpa, Bandipur, Bardia National Park, and Ilam are some of the popular destinations.
As for trekking and mountaineering activities, Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Manaslu, Upper Mustang, and Dolpo regions are some of the most popular ones in Nepal.
Internet and Communication in the country
You do not have to worry about not getting communication service or Internet service in Nepal. In recent years, the internet and communication services have drastically progressed and developed. While in the major cities and tourist destinations, you can use free Wi-Fi including many of the cafes and restaurants. Similarly, almost every hotel and some public areas provide Wi-Fi services. However, Wi-Fi is not always available in remote areas in the Himalayas and rural Hilly regions.
In such situations, a cellular connection is the best option for both Internet access and communication. NTC and Ncell at two of the biggest telecommunication corporations and offer sim cards with various packages at a reasonable price. These service providers have a wide reach over many parts of Nepal. You will easily be able to purchase any sim card with your passport or identity card.
Local currency and foreign exchange
While in Nepal, you should use Nepali rupees (NRs) which is also the official currency of Nepal. You can easily exchange your currency into the Nepalese Rupee at the Tribhuvan International Airport or the exchange counters and banks around the major cities. Also, the major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, and Lumbini have a great availability of banks and ATMs. However, their availability becomes quite scarce when you head to the Himalayas and remote areas.
So, it is best if the travelers perform all their money-related activities while they are in the major cities.
Weather and climate
The climate in Nepal varies according to altitude and the current season. The lowland of the Terai region in the southern part of the country is very hot and humid during the summer. The temperature there can get as high as 45 degrees Celsius. The middle part is also known as the hilly region has a pleasant and bearable climate all year long. However, in winter the nights and early mornings can get quite chilly. The Himalayan region is the northernmost part of the country and is above 3300m. This region usually has alpine climatic conditions and during the winter season, it experiences adverse weather conditions.
Nepal generally has four seasons, namely, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The spring here means every part of the country has flowers blooming and summer means a lot of humidity and rainfall. While the autumn is neither too hot nor too cold and the skies are always clear. The winter season brings snow in the Himalayan region and some parts of the hilly region as well. Finally, during the monsoon season, the entire country experiences heavy rainfall except in the rain shadow areas of Upper Dolpo and Mustang.
People, culture, and festivals
Nepalese are known to be one of the kindest people all over the world. With a smile on everyone’s face, you will be warmly welcomed and greeted. The word “Namaste” is used while they join their hands together which means a respectful greeting. Nepal is a culturally rich country with many different castes, languages, and traditions. The diverse culture and tradition result in many different festivals celebrated all around the nation. The major festivals celebrated are Dashain, Tihar, Holi, Sonam Losar, Gyalpo Losar, and many more. Especially in Newari settlements, people celebrate many colorful and radiant festivals. You will be able to experience wonderful and lifelong memory if you visit Nepal during the time of festivals.
Checklist for Tour in Nepal:
Nepal is not only famous for adventure trekking and expedition but also a popular destination for Cultural, Historical, and natural tours. Budget to luxury tours can be done in this beautiful Himalayan nation. Nepal’s towering great Himalayas range and ages of old temples monuments, it’s no surprise from any point of view that so many people have first choice, this small South Asian country on their travel bucket list. Dozens of best trekking trails in the world, Buddhist and Hindu famous religious sites, Natural, Cultural diversity, and delicious local food, travelers either young or old fall in love with Nepal every year. That’s what’s we can’t say that Nepal is not the best destination for the tourism hub. Either a short tour or long tour we always welcome the guest from all over the world.
Before you pop on the first plane to Kathmandu, Nepal, it’s important to think about what you’ll put on your backpack list for your amazing holiday. Any type of tour either private car tour, Luxury tour, Honeymoon tour, adventurous tour needs certain types of equipment to help you out, here’s a list of packing essentials for Nepal, as well as what you should buy or rent in Nepal.
What to Bring to Nepal for my Package Tour:
This may seem obvious important documents, but don’t lose your passport! This is your ticket in and out of Nepal with min 6 months valid passport required. Bring along some photocopies of your main passport page too, just in case, and bring few Passport sizes photos for a trekking permit or for a local SIM card.
Guidebook for Nepal:
Lonely Planet guidebook to Nepal provides an excellent overview of different places to explore in Nepal, as well as essays on social and cultural norms, a few useful and common Nepali phrases, and tons of hotels, restaurants, and Places recommendations. A guidebook is a great way to learn more about the particular country you’re visiting, and it can help orient you when you’re feeling lost.
Camera and charger:
Photos make your memory recall after many years of your holiday. It keeps your past fresh and unforgettable. During the tour in Nepal, there are so many things that you should keep on your camera. Chances are that you’ll get mountains, Landscape, wild Animals, River and so many attractive views during your visit and you’ll want to have a camera at the ready to make sure you capture the scenery. The Canon EOS Rebel Digital T5 is a good option for beginning photographers who still want quality photos. Alternatively, you can take some pretty great photos with high mega pictures iPhone these days use whatever you’re comfortable with. All hotels during the tour can charge your camera cell.
Cell phone and charger:
Bring your cell phone with you, especially if you know that it’s unlocked (Verizon phones, for example, are generally unlocked). SIM cards in Nepal cost less than $3.00, and a data package is also relatively inexpensive. If you think being able to make calls and have data will be useful, I definitely recommend that you purchase a Local SIM to contact your friends & family. Wi-Fi is also available in most of the places in Nepal.
Travel insurance is important for anyone going overseas. Package Tour in Nepal also required travel insurance and it can be purchased prior to arriving in Nepal. World Nomads and other insurance companies offer excellent, affordable, and flexible travel insurance.
Water bottle or Camelbak:
Water is essential for life, and clean water is imperative during holidays. When visiting less developed countries like Nepal it is a concern that all travelers should consider. Camelbak’s water sack has come in handy countless times during my travels in Nepal. It’s important to carry potable water with you. Bottle water is the main option during the tour and available to all the destinations.
Water purification tablets or water filter:
Nepal does not have potable drinking water (although it’s much worse in urban areas than up in the mountains), so it’s important that you bring along a water filter or purification pills for the trekking but bottled water is also available during the tour, but I would recommend avoiding creating all that plastic waste!
Although most of the time we travel by private car even we need comfortable sandals. Sports sandals definitely come in handy in Nepal, particularly if you’re traveling during hot weather or the monsoon. You’ll be doing a lot of walking during the tour time, so you want something comfortable; Kathmandu is also quite dusty, so something that can be cleaned easily is important.
You’re going to explore the sights and sounds of Pokhara, Kathmandu, Nagarkot, Lumbini, Chitwan, or whatever other places you’re visiting. Nepalis avoid dressing shabbily, and few wear athletic clothing on the street. You probably won’t need anything fancy, but I would highly recommend bringing one reasonably modest and nice outfit that you can wear out and the season-wise September to February winter clothes and March to August summer clothes.
Rain jacket/ Raincoat:
Bring a windbreaker/rain jacket to keep you warm and dry, particularly if you’re traveling between June to August when it rains more consistently. Monsoon season is more active these 2/3 months so a nice umbrella also works for the tour.
Credit and debit card:
While Nepal is a primarily cash-based society, ATM s are regularly available in Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, and other large towns. Bring a credit or debit card so you can withdraw cash when you’re in urban areas. I would recommend withdrawing some little expenses like water, entrance fee, souvenir, and meals amount in Kathmandu. Sometimes all the ATM doesn’t accept the international card. Max Rs 35000 per transaction and charge Rs 500 per transaction.
While petty thievery is not rampant in Nepal, it does happen but Protects yourself and your belongings by wearing a money belt, which you can use to conceal cash for your daily expenses and important documents like your passport. This particular belt also protects you from thieves who might try to scan your card electronically!
Shampoo and Soap:
Most of the hotels and resort provide the soap and shampoo during your tour but maybe less quality or you might have an allergy issue so highly recommend to bring your own and your favorite.
Nepal uses plugs from India, Europe, and the United States, so it’s a good idea to bring a converter along with you to make sure you’re able to charge all of your devices without any trouble.
It should go without saying that you should bring any prescription medication you use with you to Nepal. While certain pharmaceuticals are available at the small pharmacies commonly found in Kathmandu and other parts of the country.
Razor, razor blades, shaving cream, aftershave toothbrush, toothpaste, dental floss, sunscreen, toilet paper, small towel, and period pads (for women).
First Aid Medical Kit box also available on the tourist plate car/ jeep during the tour. Altitude Medicines (Diamox), Tylenol, aspirin, ibuprofen, Anti-diarrheic, Powerful antibiotics, and Nasal Spray or Drops can buy in Thamel or in Pokhara lakeside areas.
It’s likely that you’ll be spending a lot of time outdoors during your tour in Nepal, and it’s important to make sure that your skin doesn’t get burned. I like Neutrogena’s sunscreen because it’s creamy without being greasy, and at 85 SPF provides pretty strong protection. It is possible to buy sunscreen in Nepal tourist areas like Thamel, Pokhara, and Chitwan, but you may not be able to find higher-quality brands.
Until recently, power outages (referred to in Nepal as ‘load shedding’) were very common, particularly in Kathmandu and other parts of the country so it’s a good idea to keep your devices charged and to carry around a power bank just in case.
Other packing list items for Nepal:
- Sleep mask
- Travel-sized umbrella
- Flash drive
- Kindle or paperback novel
- Small lock
- Toiletry bag
- Sewing kit
- Travel pillow
- Travel sheet/sleeping bag liner
- Photos from home
- Feminine products
- Laundry detergent
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Booking your adventure trip with a local company always has its perks. When you book with third party travel companies, they impose a high commission for more benefits. Since we are a local company in Nepal, we assure you a best price out there.
We are concerned about our environment, it is deplorable to only do business and not care about our world. Our company focuses on sustainability, recycling of resources and making the visitor aware of environment friendly.
Our Guaranteed Departure dates make sure that you will go on that trip on the exact day. We are aware that you have planned your trip in tight schedules, so we make sure that all our departures are fixed.