NEPAL OPEN FOR TOURISM ACTIVITIES, FLIGHTS RESUME FROM AUGUST 17, 2020

Small Himalayan country of Nepal is affected by COVID-19 as well unlike other countries in the world, with all international flight since 22 March and lockdown since 24th March 2020. The Government of Nepal has decided to end the 120 days nation-wide coronavirus lockdown. The decision will come into effect from Tuesday (today) midnight, 21 July …

Travel Update on CoronaVirus (COVID-19) and Tourism in Nepal

Dear Travelers, The Government of Nepal has stopped issuing visas on arrival from 14th March 2020 to 30th April 2020 to travelers from all around the globe. However, travelers willing to visit Nepal can contact the Embassy of Nepal or the Consulate office of Nepal in their country. A recent PCR Swab test certificate issued …

Tipping in Nepal: How Much to Tip Guides, Porters and Drivers

Tipping is not a universal custom but it is important and super confusing, as well. There is no fixed criteria or pattern for tipping. It is confusing that when and how much to tip, including the specific service, station, or place. Tipping is about showing appreciation for good services. But, these days, tipping has become …

Solo Trekking in Nepal – The Ultimate Guide

Trekking in Nepal is something different thing that you can’t experience in any other part of the world. You will explore the lush green landscape, flora and fauna, panoramic mountain view and many more. Besides the wonder of nature, Nepal also offers cultural diversity, festivals, tradition, welcoming and humble people.  If you are planning to …

Trekking in Nepal in July

Trekking in Nepal means there are no seasonal constraints throughout the year. Nepal is truly famous for its amazing places and for adventurous activities like hiking, paragliding, trekking, and mountaineering in the Himalayas.  Many trekkers have many questions that frequently strikes in their mind about the trekking during the monsoon months. But still Trekking in …