Known as the land of snowy peaks, incredible landscapes, and impressive mountains. Nepal is a country that has culture, adventure, and adrenaline rolled into one.

Home to ten of the highest peaks in the world, it is no wonder that this place is frequented by adventure junkies from all over the world. However, during my trip to Nepal, what surprised me the most was the fact that beyond the mighty Himalayan mountains, the country itself is incredibly diverse and lush.

Here are the below Travel FAQs is designed and intended to provide the answer for many queries of the people who are planning to visit Nepal. The questions are listed here.


Travelers arrive from all over the world to begin our tours and it is not possible to include international airfare in our prices. We would be happy to help you arrange flights. Just ask for an air quote when making your booking.

Most of our tours are include airport transfers.

Travel FAQs

Generally speaking, Nepal is a safe country for women travellers. However, women should still be cautious. Some Nepali men may have peculiar ideas about the morality of Western women, given their exposure to Western films portraying women wearing ‘immodest’ clothing.

Dress modestly, which means wearing clothes that cover the shoulders and thighs – take your cue from the locals to gauge what’s acceptable in the area.

It is unsurpassed that the sheer diversity Nepal boasts, from steamy jungle and Terai to the icy peaks of the world’s highest mountains means that the range of activities on offer. Trekking, mountaineering, rafting in spectacular scenery are just three things Nepal is famous for.
Nepal lies between China and India in South Asia. The country is slightly larger than the state of Arkansas. Nepal has the greatest altitude change of any location on Earth. The lowlands are at sea level and the mountains of the Himalaya are the tallest in the world.

All foreign nationals, except Indians, are required to have a valid visa to enter Nepal. Requirements for tourist visa include: Valid passport with a minimum of six-month validity period at the time of entry into Nepal.  Visa fees at arrival points: 15 days=$30, 30 days=$50, 90 days=$125. If applicant wishes to obtain visa on arrival, two passport sized photographs should be presented.


The best time to visit Kathmandu is during the autumn season from September to November when temperature ranges from 9°C to 20°C. During this time, the weather in Kathmandu is absolutely perfect for a long vacation or a short trip.
Between October and December is the best time to visit Nepal as the skies are generally clear and the views spectacular.
The weather remains dry until about April. January and February can be very cold, especially at night, but will reward you with incredible panoramas and quieter trekking trails as there are fewer visitors.
Late spring is a beautiful time to travel as the rhododendrons burst into bloom. From May, heat and humidity levels build until the monsoon rains arrive in June and the clouds obscure the glorious mountain views.