Travel Guides

  • Getting to Nepal

    By Land

    It is possible to enter Nepal by land via India or Tibet. Coming from Tibet, you must enter from Kodari and take a 7-8 hour bus ride from there to Kathmandu. There are several entry points from India. You can take a bus/train to any of the entry points on the Nepal border (Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Dhangadhi, etc.) and then ...

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  • Nepal Visa Information

    Tourist visas can be acquired upon arrival in Nepal, whether you are entering by land or by air. Visas can be obtained from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, or at the immigration offices along the Nepal-Indian border. You can renew your visa at the Department of Immigration in Kalikasthan, Kathmandu, or in Pokhara.

    Requirements for a Tourist Visa:

    a) Visa application form

    b) ...

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  • Communication in Nepal

    Communication within and beyond Nepal’s borders is easy and convenient because of widespread telecommunication coverage and accessible WiFi services. Two main companies (NTC and Ncell) are operating in Nepal and their coverage includes most cities and villages, though in more remote areas, coverage is still lacking. The country code for Nepal is +977 and 01 for landlines in the city ...

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  • Currency of Nepal

    The currency of Nepal is the Nepali rupee (Rs). Commonly used coin denominations are the one and two-rupee coins, and banknotes come in denominations of five, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees.

     The United States Dollar and a few other currencies are accepted by some hotels, travel agencies, restaurants, and shops. To exchange your home currencies for Nepal ...

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  • Weather in Nepal

    Nepal is a pleasant country to visit throughout the year. That being said, there are benefits and drawbacks to visiting during each season. Typically, the best weather happens before and after the monsoon, when the skies are clear and the temperature is moderate to warm.

    Autumn (September until mid-December)

    Enjoy clear skies and glorious mountain views during Autumn. Temperatures in the mountain ...

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  • Responsible Tourism

    We take the concept of Responsible Tourism seriously. It is necessary to respect nature and local culture so that we can revisit the Himalayas for years to come. All our activities abide by eco-friendly standards. We follow the principles of leaving no trace where we trek, and we treat locals with care and respect. It is your duty to do ...

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  • Safety in Nepal

    In general, Nepal is one of the safest countries to travel. The crime rate in Nepal is exceptionally low, though tourists do occasionally get valuables stolen from them. Be smart and keep your valuables safe and unexposed while you are traveling.

    Breeze Adventure takes your safety seriously and we manage all aspects of safety for our clients. It is necessary to ...

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  • Accommodation in Nepal

    In most of the popular treks in Nepal, there are tea houses, guest houses, and lodges for accommodation. The most popular treks in Nepal like the Everest Base Camp Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Langtang Valley Trek, etc are teahouse treks. While trekking on these routes, you will find teahouses at the stop points en route.

    The accommodation facilities provided by ...

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  • Culture and religion of Nepal

    Nepal is a multi-culture country. Customs and traditions in Nepal are different as you move from one place to the other. The diverse culture in Nepal makes the country unique and beautiful. The culture and traditions add joy and reasons for celebrations.

    There is a large number of people living in different regions. The diverse ethnic groups follow their own cultural ...

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  • Geography of Nepal

    Nepal is a small landlocked country that lies between two big nations India and China. Nepal is the country of the Himalayas. Spread over an area of 147181 SqKm, it integrates three different regions: the Himalayan, Hilly, and Terai regions. These regions are different because of their geographical structure.

    The Himalayan region is the region of high Himalayan ranges. It comprises ...

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  • History of Nepal

    The history of Nepal is interesting. ‘Nepal’ wasn’t a single country before King Prithvi Narayan Shah of Gorkha unified the country in 1786. Nepal was never colonized by any country in history. The meaning of NEPAL is:

    N: NEVER


    P: PEACE

    A: AND

    L: LOVE

    Well, before the unification, the Kirats, Lichchavis, Thakuris, and Mallas ruled different parts of the countries. Nepal, in the ...

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  • People and Language of Nepal

    Nepal is a colorful garden of “ Char Jat Chattis Barna”, they say. This means In Nepal, there are 4 major castes and 36 different ethnic groups that are living in mutual harmony with each other.

    Visiting Nepal means you will be visiting different people of different castes and ethnicities. Here, you will see people of different races as well. Bahun ...

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  • Festivals in Nepal

    People in Nepal celebrate different festivals. Festivals here are colorful and vibrant. Most of the festivals celebrated in Nepal have associations with culture and religion. Some of the festivals are also related to ancient mythology and literature.

    Nepal encircles people of different ethnicity, religion, and caste with a strong bonding of love and respect. There are some of the major festivals ...

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