Nepal

“The way to Everest is not a yellow brick road.”

- John Krakauer

about Nepal

Nepal is located between the high mountain peaks of Tibet and the tangled jungles of India.

Nepal, without a doubt, one of the countries that holds great promise for the adventurous traveler.This unique destination where mountaineering enthusiasts, spiritual hiking enthusiasts and hikers fulfill their dreams.

Even if you are looking for peaceful lakes or ancient architecture, cobbled streets and ancient temples, Nepal will offer it all.

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best time to visit Nepal

Nepal has 2 main seasons.

Mid-September to late November.
This season is characterized by excellent visibility and favorable weather for trekking. At the beginning of the season there may still be rains (end of the monsoon season), and at the end of the season it gets colder and colder.

Mid-March to late May.
This season is characterized by less good visibility and favorable weather for trekking.
The beginning of the season was cold and characterized by blizzards at the high mountain passes. Towards the end of the season it gets more and more rainy, with bad visibility.

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Nepal Quick Information

Currency: The currency in Nepal is the Nepalese rupee.

1 USD is equivalent to about 122 NPR.

Electricity: Nepal uses power outlets and plugs of type C, D and M.

All power sockets in Nepal provide a standard voltage of 230V with a standard frequency of 50Hz.

Safety: Nepal is one of the safest countries in the Asia.

Be sure to close and lock your bag when traveling, and do not leave valuables in it when it is not within sight of you (for example, on the roof of the bus).

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