Travel Guide

  • When to visit - Nepal

    Best times to visit Nepal – September, October and November Overall the months of mid of September, October through to November are the best time to visit Nepal. With clear blue skies, pleasant warm temperatures and an abundance of vegetation…

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  • Nepal Visa Information

    We recommend you to get your tourist visa on arrival as it is very easy. To get your visa on arrival, you must have a valid passport and one passport sized photo with a light background. A visa for Nepal can…

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  • Trekking Grades

    Nepal offers a wide range of trekking options around himalayas. Anyone with good physically fitness can go for trekking in Nepal. However, there are some trekking routes which require pre experience and knowledge to trek around that regions. All you…

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  • Travel Insurance

    It is important for foreign travelers to get insurance coverage while Trekking in Nepal. Although Nepal is generally a very safe country, trekking is a physically challenging and sometimes dangerous activity, especially at high altitudes trekking and adventures.  Altitude sickness is common…

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  • Equipment Checklist

    It's important to pack the right items when you are on adventure. Don't forget important things, and definitely don't bring too much as you and/or your porter won't be happy with a load that's too heavy. Here is a list…

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  • Volunteering in Nepal

    Trekking Plus offer the volunteering services to high school students and social workers who wish to stay in Nepal not as a tourist but as a friend and family member. Volunteering programs are one of the ways to support local people…

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  • Nepal Trekking FAQS

    Nepal is home paradise filled with natural beauty, the diversity of trekking in Nepal cannot be found in any other region of the world. In fact, the lowest point in Nepal is 59 m above sea-level in the Terai region…

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  • Altitude Sickness in Nepal Himalayas

    What is Altitude Sickness? Altitude sickness is a collection of nonspecific symptoms acquired at high altitude. It covers a spectrum of illnesses from acute mountain sickness that resembles a bad case of the “flu” or a “hangover,” swelling of the…

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