Nepal General Information
The best way to experience Nepal’s is to walk through them. Nepal offers some of the unbeatable combinations of natural beauty and cultural riches. The immense contrasts in altitudes and climates support a spectacular mix of lifestyles. We also get to see a different type of vegetation, and wildlife. The entire length and breadth of the kingdom is a paradise for trekkers.
Below is the list of Nepal general Information that everyone should know. Check them out before traveling to Nepal.
You do not need to be a mountaineer with rippling muscles to enjoy trekking. What you need is to collect Nepal General information and know about it. Nepal has different kinds of trekking zone. Some areas are popular and have lots of tea houses to choose from. While some need to have full camping equipment. Always get the full details about the thing that you need to carry from your trusted travel agent. Parikrama Treks will take care of all the details.
Parikrama Treks always let travelers know about the trekking equipment to have. While on the camping trek, Parikrama Trek will arrange all the basic equipment. Our staff will also carry emergency first aid kits. You can collect the list of equipment that you need to carry from us.
The best time for Climbing & trekking in Nepal is during spring and autumn. Spring lies from February through May and autumn from September through November. Warm days and clear skies make this season favorable for trekking. Through December and January is also ideal for trekking, the air can be quite cold at high altitudes. During this period, trekking is possible in the rain-shadow regions of Nepal. Most of them lie in the north of the Himalaya – like Mustang, Dolpa, Humla, and Jumla-Rara Lake.
You trek to enjoy the scenery on the trail, not to get on any place in a hurry. The main precaution while trekking is not to go up too high too fast. So walk like a turtle and enjoy the view so you can reach the summit of your destination.
Be sure to make comprehensive travel and medical insurance. This insurance should cover natural and medical emergency rescue. Most of the rescue is from a helicopter as no transport is available on trekking trails. The policy should cover theft, loss & medical treatment including emergency evacuation.
You need to pay a National park fee as per the rules of the Nepal Government. The fee is payable at the park entrance. Trekkers going to the Annapurna Region must pay a fee of RS. 2000 (RS 100 for SAARC nationals) which is payable only in Kathmandu or in Pokhara.
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