What to buy: In most of the larger trekking villages you will see lots of little stalls set up by the locals, selling a wide range of goods such as; jewellery,clothing, blankets, statues etc. You may also find that you will be followed by Tibetan refugees wanting to sell you there goods. If you are not interested, just be polite but firm.
What to buy: We then went on a shopping galore as Pokhara (and/or Katmandu) is full of good quality inexpensive trekking equipment. Just keep in mind that when you see a brand name it will be a fake so the quality will certainly not be the same as the original, but its good none-the-less. Stuff you can buy includes sandals, hiking boots, jackets, water purifying tablets, flashlights, first aid stuff, munchies/food, and just about any trekking related thing you will need. More on detailed tips below.
What to buy:
On trekking way are many shops. You buy wather,kokos biscuit,cola or fanta,snickers or mars sweet. If you go higher then price is groove up.Sometime you must pay for tumbler boild wather.
In biger vileges you can buy many another products not only eating things but everywere you drink Lemone tea for 10-20 RpN.
What to pay: For build wather I payd 5-10 RpN, for kokos biscuit 25 RpN, for cola bottles 25-35 RpN,for Snicers or Mars 26 RpN.
There are very different price but everywere is same products.
The only shopping you get here are the local handicrafts at the village bazaar, but they are something worth keeping for memories.
What to pay: Not much as the things are very cheap.