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1. Is Nepal Safe to Travel?

Nepal is considered one of the safest countries for travelers around the world. The people in this Himalayan country are warm and welcoming; their hospitality is even popular across the world.

2. Recommended Flights

Flight services in and out of Nepal are convenient and easy. This country, nestled in the Himalayas, is well connected with the major cities and transit points across Asia, the Middle East, and Europe.

3. Recommended Medical Kit

While doing high-altitude trekking adventures, unexpected emergencies can arise at any moment during your trip. That’s why having the right tools at your disposal makes a lot of difference.

4. Travel Insurance In Nepal

Travel insurance is mandatory for adventurers looking forward to exploring this beautiful Himalayan country with Exciting Nepal. We recommend travel insurance that covers both your medical and emergency evacuation costs for high-altitude adventures.

5. Trip Grade

We have primarily allocated our adventure packages into five main categories: easy, easy to moderate, moderate, strenuous, and challenging grades.

6. Best Trekking Season In Nepal

The seasons for trekking in Nepal are divided into four major segments: winter (December, January, and February), spring (March, April, and May), monsoon (June, July, and August),  and autumn (September, October, and November).

7. Flight Cancellation

Nepal, a landlocked country nestled in the Himalayas, has a unique topography and geographical location. So in most general cases, flight cancellations and delays will depend on the weather conditions and their aftermath, which might affect the runway.

8. Nepal at Glance

Nepal is an incredible Himalayan country that is known all around the world for its natural marvels. Besides its fascinating natural beauty, the spiritual serenity, rich history, magnificent art, and culture have made this charming country; one of the most popular destinations in the world.

9. Nepal Visa Information

The Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) is the only international airport in the country. The Immigration Office under the Department of Immigration has been issuing Nepali Tourist Visas to travelers upon their arrival.

10. Equipment Checklist

Packing efficiently without missing out on the essentials is the balance you should look for during your trip. Here are some of our recommended pack lists that you can cross-reference with your checklist.

11. Terms & Conditions

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12. Booking Details

Please write us an e-mail with your details of the tour which you wish to do, no matter that is in Nepal, Tibet or Bhutan, we’ll come with details cost within next 08 hours.

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