7 Tips for Travelling Around Nepal

Nepal may look small on a map, but its mountainous and hilly terrain, poor road quality and mountainous airstrips make getting around more of a challenge than many travellers realise. Here are a few important tips to remember when travelling around Nepal, whether by road or air.

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5 Accessible Treks in Nepal’s Pokhara Valley

Pokhara is the gateway to the Annapurna Himalaya, so many trekkers pass through the city on the way to expeditions further into the mountains. But, it’s not actually necessary to go so far into the high Himalaya to have a trekking adventure around Pokhara. The Pokhara Valley itself, and nearby areas, offer several short treks. These are ideal for first-time trekkers, or groups with children or members who aren’t too confident in their trekking abilities. The altitudes don’t climb too high, the weather conditions are unlikely to get extreme, and the trails stay fairly close to civilization. These are...

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The Top 5 Most Iconic Treks in Nepal

You know that Nepal is famous for its amazing multi-day treks, that its guides are friendly and reliable, that the accommodation and food along the way is enjoyable and that on the whole, you’ll pay a fraction of the cost of trekking in other mountainous regions of the world. But, you don’t know where to start narrowing down which trek you should try first. If you’re relatively fit and have been on long-distance treks in hilly or mountainous terrain before, stick one of the following on your to-do list.

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5 Remote Trekking Routes in Nepal’s Far West

Although Kathmandu doesn’t lie in the geographical centre of Nepal, everything west of the capital is considered to be Western Nepal; anything west of Pokhara is considered Far Western. And Far Western Nepal is very remote, wild, in large parts poor, and difficult to access. But all of that just adds to the adventure of trekking there!

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