When you trek Nepal, you’ll want to feel well prepared. I’ve trekked in Nepal several times and have learnt some things the hard way. I’m sharing my top tips with you now, so you don’t have to! I have plenty more which I’ll share another time, but I believe these 8 tips are the most important things you need to
If you’re looking for some great reasons to trek in Nepal – read on! Last time I trekked in the Everest region, I was lucky enough to capture some great shots. But having spent so much time in Nepal, I was interested to see this beautiful country through fresh eyes! I met Bernd Scheerer from Germany and his lovely wife
Is ‘getting fit’ on your resolution list for the New Year? Give yourself a great incentive. Get fit to trek Nepal! Home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world – you don’t need any more reasons to visit this incredible country! Yet there are more, many more and it still costs less than most adventure holiday destinations.
In this short Nepalorama client interview, we asked Ellie and Jan from the UK what they thought about their trek in Nepal. They trekked with our founder Krishna in the Langtang Valley in September 2018. They didn’t quite make it all the way to the holy lakes of Gosaikunda due to heavy rain – but it didn’t dampen their spirits!
My decision to trek Nepal the first time around happened fast. I bought the ticket from a friend spur of the moment. It was a good price and Nepal sounded appealing. I was already used to travelling alone. Then it hit me. I’d just booked a trek in Nepal!!! I knew NOTHING about trekking Nepal. I had no idea what
A huge 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal in April 2015, killing nearly 9,000 people and destroying many more homes. The village of Langtang was completely destroyed by a massive landslide. 243 people lost their lives. Trekking in the Langtang region was always next on my list – that was before the earthquake. It turned out I had to wait a while
People who’ve traveled by bus in Nepal just know. Until you’ve experienced it, you can only guess what it’s like. Bus travel in Nepal is part of the adventure and you’re guaranteed to have a story to tell after every single journey. It’s fascinating, scary, incredible and fun all at the same time! All Aboard! Every driver has a co-pilot
Updated 26 December 2018 If you’ve never been to Nepal, it can be a bit daunting when you arrive in Kathmandu! After a long journey it’s helpful to know exactly what to expect, so that you can be prepared! Before You Leave Home Before you leave home, (within 15 days before your arrival in Kathmandu), complete the Online Tourist Visa