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Weather and Climates of Nepal

The climate in Nepal varies with its topography, from tropical to arctic depending upon the altitude. Terai, the plain land area, which lies in the tropical southern part of the country, for instance, is hot, humid weather. In terms of weather and climate, the middle part of country, the hilly regions are pleasant enough almost all year around, even…

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Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness (acute mountain sickness) is difficult to sleep, dizziness, headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, rapid pulse, nausea and vomiting etc. It affects mountains climbers, hikers and skiers are caused of lower air pressure and lower oxygen levels. It occurs as the result of failure to adapt to a higher altitude. It happens most often in the brains or…

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Trekking Permit and Entry Fee

Cost of trekking permits for Conservation Areas and National Parks Conservation Area Project. 1, Annapunarna conservation Area project (Double fee levied if permit issued from field checkpoints) Trekking entry fee (per person per entry) Foreign Nationals: NRs 2000 SAARC Nationals: NRs 200 2) Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Trekking entry…

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Travel Insurance

The travel insurance policy of your origin country is very much essential in the events of baggage lost, accidental injury, sickness or death. Trekking company or your guide is not the responsible for any damage while trekking or climbing caused due to natural calamities. Rescue insurance and health insurance are particularly important while making trips in…

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Visa Information

Visa as well as entry and exit requirements All the travelers or foreigners intend to visit Nepal must hold a valid passport and visa. Travelers may obtain visas prior to travel or purchase fifteen-day multiple-entry visas ($25), one-month multiple-entry visas ($40), or three-month multiple-entry visas ($100) at the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate or other mission offices situated in…

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Some Do and Don't

The form of greeting in Nepal is "NAMASTE" and is performed by joining the palms together. Develop a genuine interest attitude and respect their local custom Before entering a Nepalese home, temple, and stupa remember to remove your shoes. Never touch anything with your feet. This is considered an offence among Nepalese. Dress appropriately…

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