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  • Trekking

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    Once you think about Nepal, you shouldn't miss trekking. No matter which part you go for trekking you will always find traveler just like you. Either you can go for Everest Base camp trek or heading for Annnapurna Circuit, the world highest trekking pass around 5600 m. When it comes to trek in himalayas in Nepal people always get mistaken as...

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  • Kathmandu

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    Nepali peoples are very bad and cheap,they have no characters,very very bad,and cheater.yes Nepali peoples are cheater. Nepali peoples are very bad and cheap,they have no characters,very very bad,and cheater.yes Nepali peoples are cheater.

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  • The People

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    POLICE Police (in emergency) – 100 Tourist Police – 4211293/4247041 AMBULANCE First choice Kathmandu – CIWEC – 4228531/4241732 call Doctor Will (English GP) – 9849257853 First Choice Pokhara - Manipal Hospital, Nepal,
Telephone: 00 977 61 526416 – 20 Second choice Kathmandu Norvic Hospital 4258554 ext 1000 for ambulance Sewa Hospital...

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  • Pokhara

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    August in Pokhara will be a tropical experience, hot, muggy, mosquitos and leeches in the brush and grass country. However, it is a good time to visit the rainshadow areas of Nepal, such as behind the Annapurnas near Pokhara; a short flight will take you to Humde in Manang or Jomsom in Mustang. Should be ok weather back there. Kathmandu's climate...

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  • Royal Chitwan

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    Royal Chitwan National Park is one of the most interesting place in Nepal. In here, you find yourself surrounding by beautiful wildlife as well as village. Elephant ride is a must activity in Chitwan. Each mature elephant could carry up to 4 passengers. When you ride on him/her, you are moving among the top of the trees. Elephant is smart guy and...

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  • Buddhist/Hindu

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    Dakshin Kali Temple is definitely a must-see but non-Hindus are not allowed to enter in to the compound where the image of Kali is actually located. Dakshinkali is regarded as one of most important Hindu goddesses. Pilgrims visits this temple to offer their prayer and animal sacrifices to the goddess. Here, the animal are sacrificed such as goat,...

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  • Meals

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    Maybe it's nothing new for most of you, but two different price lists in restaurants, for foreigners and for Nepali people, are the common practice in Nepal. What interesting I experienced in KTM was that meals for me and my Nepali friend paid by my friend were much more cheaper than if they were paid by me. That's why my friend insisted to pay...

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  • Patan

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    A short trip from Kathmandu, only 5km (3mi) from Thamel in Kathmandu to Patan; you can get there by bicyle, taxi, bus... Patan, the second-largest city in the valley, is a much quieter and less frenetic place to visit. The center of the city is the stunning Durbar Square (see Photo). It includes the Royal Palace, which contains a richly decorated...

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  • Bhaktapur

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    Sightseeing is a must. The temples Hindus or buddhist are magnificent. Visit Bhaktapur, a small village and I quote E.A. Powell 'Were there nothing else in Nepal, save the Durbar Square of Bhaktapur, it would still be amply worth making a journey halfway round the globe to see' People were so friendly and beautiful.

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  • Bodnath

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    The best thing with visiting Nepal was getting close to the Nepalese religious life. Nepal is the only official hindu state in the world, yet, the country is very tolerant. Most people, when asked if they are hindu or buddhist, will reply 'both' or just look at you. It is forbidden by law to try to change somebody's religion, you can convert if you...

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  • Rafting

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    go rafting in the trusuri river - you will get wet all over, no chance to escape when your rubber boat bump into a huge tide from time to time, but it's really fun fun fun ! after that we ride on top of a truck heading for pokhara, on the road built along waist of the cliff. hearing the trusuri river roaring down under on our right hand side,...

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  • Pashupatinath

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    The most important Hindu Temple, many colourful sadhus. Pashupatinath is a place to be cremated. The burning ghats are in front of the temple. Non-Hindus are not allowed inside of the temple. You can look down into the temple from the terraced hillside on the oppsite river bank.

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  • One of the bloodiest temples in South...

    Dakshin Kali Temple is definitely a must-see but non-Hindus are not allowed to enter in to the compound where the image of Kali is actually located. Dakshinkali is regarded as one of most important Hindu goddesses. Pilgrims visits this temple to offer their prayer and animal sacrifices to the goddess. Here, the animal are sacrificed such as goat,...

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  • Important numbers Nepal!

    POLICEPolice (in emergency) – 100Tourist Police – 4211293/4247041AMBULANCEFirst choice Kathmandu – CIWEC – 4228531/4241732 call Doctor Will (English GP) – 9849257853First Choice Pokhara - Manipal Hospital, Nepal,
Telephone: 00 977 61 526416 – 20Second choice Kathmandu Norvic Hospital 4258554 ext 1000 for ambulanceSewa Hospital Pokhara +977 61...

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  • "Manakamna Temple!!!"

    Manakamna Temple is in Nepal, in Gorkha district and lies in the lap of mountains. Manakamana Temple is one of the most visited Temple in Nepal. It is one of the famous temples of Nepal because it carries a historical and cultural belief too. Manakamana meaning wishes fulfilling goddess. It’s situated on the top area on the plane land with tiny...

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  • Fees For Kathmandu Valley visitor...

    Latest Entry Fees for main attractions Here

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  • Snow Capped Mountains and Nature

    Once you think about Nepal, you shouldn't miss trekking. No matter which part you go for trekking you will always find traveler just like you. Either you can go for Everest Base camp trek or heading for Annnapurna Circuit, the world highest trekking pass around 5600 m.When it comes to trek in himalayas in Nepal people always get mistaken as...

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  • A wonderful trip to Nepal

    My favorite thing about Nepal is probably the people, so helpful and nice every single time we ask someone for something. The view of the Phewa Lake from the World Peace Pagoda and waking up in Gandruk and saw Fishtail mountain just in front of us.

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  • Why I now take a Porter/Guide on trek

    First of all, I trekked AC, EBC from Jiri including Gokyo, Langtang and ABC including Poon Hill and then back up to Muktinath and flight out of Jomsom as an independent trekker without any trekking staff and thoroughly enjoyed my experiences.Then I trekked Upper Mustang and my only alternatives were to join a group, which had No Appeal or organise...

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  • Latest prices for National Park Entry

    My friend Nirmal sent me this word-doc with all the latest entry fees, I have converted it to a photo, so I hope you can read it, if not and you want to know the price of an entry to a particular national park then feel free to send me a PMBest RegardsRob

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  • Kathmandu or Pokhara first...

    Starting in Sanuali, it Makes sense to travel to Kathmandu first then to Pokhara then onto Nainital in India, at least you will be heading west all the time after leaving Kathmandu. It's easier to go to Chitwan N.P. on the way to Kathmandu or use Kathmandu as a base for a trip to Chitwan N.P. that's what most people do.

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  • Typical "Nepal activities" on a budget

    Travelling on a budget I would surf the net to get an idea of my options, and realistically mapping my days and places I'd like to visit. Then I would again prioritize upon arrival in Kathmandu when I know the pricing of the chosen activities. Some costs are more or less fixed, like bungee jump, paragliding, mountain flight, flights etc, but all...

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  • Mt Everest

    Hi During the mid April, you can directly can go to Syangboche from Kathmandu. Many people do not know and most of the people insist to take the helicopter flight from Kathmandu but is really expensive to charter the flight.If you are really looking forward to see the Mt Everest closely the best option is just take a regular flight by Tara air to...

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  • nepali peoples are cheater

    Nepali peoples are very bad and cheap,they have no characters,very very bad,and cheater.yes Nepali peoples are cheater. Nepali peoples are very bad and cheap,they have no characters,very very bad,and cheater.yes Nepali peoples are cheater.

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  • Price lists in restaurants

    Maybe it's nothing new for most of you, but two different price lists in restaurants, for foreigners and for Nepali people, are the common practice in Nepal. What interesting I experienced in KTM was that meals for me and my Nepali friend paid by my friend were much more cheaper than if they were paid by me. That's why my friend insisted to pay for...

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  • reliable guide in Kathmandu

    HI,I just returned from Nepal two weeks ago. We did the Manaslu 20 days tenttrekking and it was fantastic. We had everything organized by a Nepali guide from Kathmandu, Palsang Tamang, and he was very friendly, helpfull, honest and reliable. I would certainly recommend him. (Palsang Tamang, e-mail: palsangtamang2003@yahoo.com, cellphone:...

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  • reliable guide in Kathmandu

    HI,I just returned from Nepal two weeks ago. We did the Manaslu 20 days tenttrekking and it was fantastic. We had everything organized by a Nepali guide from Kathmandu, Palsang Tamang, and he was very friendly, helpfull, honest and reliable. I would certainly recommend him. (Palsang Tamang, e-mail: palsangtamang2003@yahoo.com, cellphone:...

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  • VISAS ON ARRIVAL

    Visas are available on arrival for citizens of most countries, and one passport-sized photograph is required. You can save time by completing the visa application form before arrival. To complete the process, you must pay a fee: 15 day ($25). You will also complete an arrival/departure form and make sure that you keep your departure card for when...

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  • The Travel Agency I Used

    Some travelers may disagree, but for me - traveling to Nepal for the first time, with limited time - it was important to have the structure of some type of tour. We were a small group of 4 and fortunate to work with Rhino Travel Agency. We came up with the areas that we wanted to visit in Nepal, and Rhino made additional itinerary suggestions,...

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  • Camera, Batteries, memory

    Hi,I did the Gokyo trek in 2004...near Everest...the scenery was the most beautiful I have ever seen....be sure to take a good camera and lots of memory (if digital), and batteries. Will you have a guide? Ron I loved being in the mountains...so beautiful. Walking through those ancient trails was a fantastic experience. These were the life lines of...

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  • ATM's in Kathmandu

    I was in Kathmandu last year and there were plenty of ATM's that accept UK debit cards. We didn't use travelers cheques whilst we were there (mainly as we were traveling for quite some time and had them only for emergency funds). Indian Rupees can be spent in Nepal, although it is illegal to take Indian Rupees in and out of India. Not that anybody...

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  • Land border - Nepal / Tibet

    Hi,Im a citizen of UK - I was booked on to a tour with a uk based company which was due to cross Nepal / tibet landborder in oct 08. The tour was ammended to a fly in / fly out basis due to the land border being closed. Now i'm not travelling due to this change fly in / fly out isn't what i want to do!Hope that helps good luckCookster247

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  • General travel in Nepal

    I was there in may with another female friend and it was safe enough. but there are strikes and you get held up. we had to wait 5 hours in a car on our way to Chitwan and managed to take a detour on the way back to avoid another one and there was one at the airport the day before we left. just need to make sure your travel insurance covers you if...

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  • which trek to choose, if you have 5-7...

    I have been to Namchi Bazaar near EBC. I also did Annapurna-Machhe Pucchare base camp. I liked Annapurna base camp trek much more. It is short, (5-7 days, depending upon your speed), popular and has plenty of place to take rest enroute. The landscape is beautiful and it is a moderate level trek. You have to start from Pokhara for Annapurna...

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  • Backpacking east out of Nepal

    The route opportunities east out of Nepal are fantastic, but depends on the time of your travel. The greatest two challenges to backpacking are the seasonal monsoon floods in the Ganges-Brahmaputra basin and the closed Burmese border. The monsoon floods may cause travel problems in North-Eastern India and Bangladesh and block some nice options...

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  • August in Pokhara

    August in Pokhara will be a tropical experience, hot, muggy, mosquitos and leeches in the brush and grass country. However, it is a good time to visit the rainshadow areas of Nepal, such as behind the Annapurnas near Pokhara; a short flight will take you to Humde in Manang or Jomsom in Mustang. Should be ok weather back there. Kathmandu's climate...

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  • Make sure to pack a few candles as Nepal...

    Take a bus from Pokhora to Kathmandu on a Saturday and you'll see most of Nepal doing their washing in the himalayan rivers.The Swayambunath Stupa in Kathmandu is an absolute must, but watch out for the cheeky monkeys - they'll have your lunch!

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  • test Blue Skies and Beaches

    Please enter the single most important activity or site you would take someone, if they had never been to Nepal before. Please share your best memory of Nepal or what you miss the most when you are away from Nepal.

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  • CIWEC clinic in Kathmandu

    CIWEC clinic is used by most foreign residents in Kathmandu and by foreign tourists. The clinic is staffed by foreigners and a doctor is on call on the clock. A consultation 45 USD, CCs accepted. I went there to get malaria pills (since i was going to the Chitwan for the weekend). however, the doctor said since its' winter time, there is no risk at...

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  • Newari people

    Out of the numerous ethnic groups in Nepal (Pahari, Sherpa, Tamang, Kiranti, Limbu, Gurung, etc), the Newari represent less than 5 %. The term Newar applies roughly to the people who inhabited Kathmandu valley and its peripheries before the unification of Nepal and speaking Nepal Bhasa ("Newari" according to Statistics Nepal) or the languages...

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  • Brilliant Guides

    Our trip was possible due to a great group of people including guides and porters. Joel who is apart of Project Himalaya has been in the trekking business in the Himalayas and India for years and his experience is invaluable. His Nepalese right hand man Lapka was my shadow and ensured that I was not only on the right track but warm and comfortable....

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  • Nepali coins & notes to be soon changed

    Nepal banknotes and coins, apart from being exotic with their Indian numerals (different from the Arabic ones used worldwide), have a nice design and change with the King, as his face is on every note, from the smallest to the highest. However, while writing these pages on Nepal, a news became available – Nepal will soon change all his banknotes...

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  • OM MANI PADME HUMN

    OM MANI PADME HUMN (hail to the flower in the lotus) – each prayer wheel contains dozens of such prayers, and each prayer flag hanging from the top of a stupa, has the prayer printed on it. Hence, when the pilgrim spins the prayer wheels while circumbulating the temple, thousands of prayers “are told” at the same time. The wind tells the same...

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  • Visa for Nepal

    Taking into consideration the time, hassle and expense of applying for a visa before you leave it is not worth it. You can buy your visa at the airport in Kathmandu on arrival. it costs 25 euro or $35 dollars, so it is nominally cheaper to pay in euros at $1.3000. Well, in any case, bring a passport photo along with your passport. Depending on the...

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  • water & electricity

    Nepal is a poor country. Income earned from tourism is important for the local economy. But visitors also mean related problems. Nepal is also a high, alpine country with almost one-third of the country what I would consider mountainous. Although technically there is no shortage of water there is a lack of water and sewage treatment infrastructure....

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