When is the best time to visit Nepal?
March-April and October-November are the best seasons for Nepal tourism, during these months, the temperature is suitable, the probability of good weather is high, and the transportation is convenient, which is a veritable tourist season in Nepal. If you want to feel the liveliest and most beautiful Nepal, these months are the right place to go.
How to get Nepal visa?
Most foreign nationalities, including Chinese, can obtain a visa on arrival at Kathmandu International Airport. The whole process can take about 15-45 minutes, which is the most convenient way to get a visa. If you want to arrange everything in advance, you can also apply for a visa in advance from the local Nepalese consulate in your home country.
Nepal tourism budget?
For Nepal's tourism budget, it is necessary to fully consider the local off-peak season and attractions projects. The price quoted for guided tours generally only includes the cost of driving, driver's guide, attraction entrance fees and accommodation costs in Nepal. The cost of food and beverage, the cost of the play project needs to be paid by tourists according to their own needs and actual choices, and international air tickets to and from Nepal are generally purchased by tourists themselves, and we can also provide ticket purchase services for tourists.
If you want to travel to Nepal more cheaply and cost-effectively, independent travel is not necessarily the best way. If you want to travel to Nepal as a backpacker, independent travel is indeed the best way. If you are going to Nepal for a holiday and relaxation with friends and family, a group tour is the way to suit you.
How to get to Nepal?
Nepal Kathmandu Airport is currently the only international airport in Nepal, and most of the international flights that have been opened are Southeast Asian cities, and there are many cities in Chinese mainland that can fly directly to Kathmandu, such as Chengdu, Xi'an, Kunming, Lhasa, Guangzhou; Hong Kong also has daily flights to and from Kathmandu International Airport.
Moreover, major cities in Southeast Asia such as Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Dhaka, Delhi and other cities have direct international flights to Kathmandu. In addition, cities in other parts of Asia such as Seoul, Duha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Istanbul and other cities also have direct international flights to Kathmandu.
What foreign currencies can be used in Nepal?
In Nepal, in addition to the local currency, RMB, USD, EUR, etc. can be used. In Kathmandu's foreign tourist concentration area, there are more currency exchange points, in addition to the common three currencies, Hong Kong dollar, Taiwan dollar, Japanese yen, etc. can be directly exchanged, which is a legal exchange behavior allowed by the government, tourists can exchange with confidence. It's just that the exchange rate of each currency is different, and if you want to be more cost-effective, you must compare several and choose reasonably.
We recommend that you exchange a small amount of local currency before entering the country or at the arrivals hall after disembarking, airport exchange rates are generally not cost-effective, so try not to exchange large amounts.
Is it safe to travel in Nepal?
Since the 2015 earthquake, tourism in Nepal has regained momentum and the sights have been renovated. Although there is no guarantee that there will be no danger in traveling to Nepal, generally when traveling in Nepal, the tourist routes are relatively mature, and the living conditions of local residents along the way are becoming richer and richer with the rise of tourism activities, so there is less possibility of social security problems.
It is recommended that you travel in Nepal, preferably in a group. This is even safer, and local guides and drivers will assist you in communicating with the locals and dealing with any conflicts that may arise. In the face of religious taboos, the tour guide can also remind in time to avoid misunderstandings and unnecessary troubles.
What are the accommodation conditions like in Nepal?
In Nepal, the best hotels or guesthouses are mostly in the three cities of Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan. Whether staying in a traditional Nepalese hotel to a Western- and Chinese-style hotel, or a teahouse guest house on the walking journey, you can choose according to your budget.
Traveling in Nepal, what to eat?
When traveling in Nepal, breakfast is generally hotel Western or Nepali breakfast, while the main meal, the tour group is mainly Chinese, and self-service tourists can choose to eat in the hotel or the street restaurant. Nepali-style meals are mainly rice, chicken nuggets, fish pieces and bean bisque, so you can eat it full. If you prefer Chinese food, you can choose local Chinese restaurants, which are more convenient to find in Kathmandu, Pokhara and other places.