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INTRODUCING NEPAL

Himalaya trekking. Holy sites. Hill villages that skim the clouds. Nepal is a country made for exploration – where one week you could be walking beside monkeys in the temples of Kathmandu, the next at Everest base camp. Whether you come here for white-water rafting, jungle trekking or spiritual awakening, Nepal is the ultimate place for unforgettable adventures. 

Base camp for unforgettable adventures

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

  • Capital city: Kathmandu.
  • Currency: The Nepali Rupee (divided into Paisa) in ₨5, ₨10, ₨25, ₨50, ₨100, ₨500, and ₨1000 notes.
  • Cuisine: You’ll likely see momos everywhere – these Nepalese dumplings are a street food staple, served with a dipping sauce and pickles. Delicious dal bhat is the ideal post-trek warmer. As are fried, sweet, doughnut-like sel roti.
  • Tipping etiquette: Feel free to tip in hotels and some restaurants – and also be aware that friendly bargaining is part of the culture here. 
  • Saying hello: “Namaste” – pronounced na-mah-stay.

WHEN TO GO

If you’re hoping to visit Chitwan, bear in mind the monsoon season is roughly mid-June until the last days of September. Trekkers should pencil in October to November for Everest and Annapurna routes – although first-timers will find the gentler routes pleasant in spring.   

Embark on an epic safari in Chitwan National Park where you could see sleepy sloths, Bengal Tigers and King Cobras slinking through the jungle and, if you’re lucky, the elusive rhinos.

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