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The most popular climbing peaks in Nepal are:
And other too, but the above listed peaks are most popular among the climbers.
Nepal is the only country in the world which is blessed with voluminous peaks which is the reason it is often considered as the home of the mountains. Well, there are 1,310 identified Himalayan peaks over 6000m including 8 out of 14 highest peaks in the world which makes it the ultimate destination for everyone to go for trekking, mountaineering and climbing activities. Till this date, there are 326 peaks open for peak climbing and mountaineering in Nepal with more than 30 famous trekking peaks.
The currencies which are authorized by the Government of Nepal and could be exchangeable with Nepalese Currency are:
Yes, you can make payment with the card and the cards acceptable in Nepal are: VISA, MasterCard, JCT, UniPay and SCT. The bank will charge 3.75% of the total amount as a service charge on your payment.
Yes, of course, if your short trek and tours itinerary includes those places then you can visit and explore traditional Nepali villages and interact with the inhabitants.
The foods provided during the trek are mostly the typical Nepalese food i.e. Dal Bhat and the accommodation are basic tea-houses. Except for trekking, you can choose the food and accommodation according to your requirement during your staying at major cities like Kathmandu and Pokhara.
“Namaste” is the common form of greeting in Nepal which is often spoken as Namaskar. It is a traditional Hindu greeting and it is used both for salutation and valediction. Namaste is usually spoken with a slight bow and hands pressed together, palms touching and fingers pointing upwards, thumbs close to the chest.
As the literacy rate of Nepal is constantly growing, the number of people who could write and speak English is also growing and most of the people in Nepal could understand English so there won’t be much trouble communicating with the Nepalese people except for some rural areas.
You can bring any of the currencies to Nepal authorized by Government of Nepal. Nepal Mountain Trekkers provide you with the facility of exchanging foreign currency at the market rate without any commissions and extra charge.
You can easily access to pharmacies and medicals but if your regular prescription is supposed to be unavailable then we recommend you to bring your regular medicines with you rather than buying in here.
It is unpredictable that natural disaster would occur or not but in our years of experience, natural disasters have not affected much on the trekking and tours fields except for some exceptional cases like Earthquake in 2015 and some minor landslides and floods. Though you can escape the risk if you trek during autumn and spring because the chances of such calamities are less during then.
The political instability of Nepal would somehow create hindrance while you are on the major cities but it won’t affect you in anyways while you are on your treks because the trekking trails are far away from the reach of political influences.
Unlike other countries, Nepal is still conserving Mother Nature and the ancient culture, norms and values. Whereas, this ancient kingdom holds and history which existed before the existence of Jesus i.e. B.C and the variation of languages, cultures, uniforms, foods, festivals, rituals, religions and even the calendar makes it the unique nation with “Unity in Diversity” which is the best part of visiting Nepal. Besides, the existence of Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world is a pride of Nepal and the birthplace of Gautam Buddha, the leader of Buddhism is also located in Nepal which is called Lumbini. Despite that, more than 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located within Kathmandu Valley only which is the capital city of Nepal and a range of National Parks and Conservation area, more than 10 highest peaks in the world, greenery, wildlife, herbs and vegetations, lakes, rivers, etc are the calling everyone to visit Nepal at least once in their life to discover heaven on Earth. Well, nowadays a variety of other fun and adventure activities like rafting, canyon swing, paragliding, bungee jumping and so on are also very popular in Nepal.
Yes, in most of the lodges and tea-houses, the telephone and internet facilities are available during your trek. But in some places, they might charge some amount for the service.
No doubt about that, the itinerary is all yours and you can customize or personalize it according to your requirements with Nepal Mountain Trekkers.
The physical fitness criteria and preparation is relevant to the difficulty of the trek you would like to embark upon. But it is preferred that you should be in at least moderate physical shape and to have a health check-up before making your way to short treks and tours in Nepal.
During your trekking, the tap water and well-water or even hand pumps are available abundantly but for safety purpose, you would need to carry water purifying pills or similar equipment or else you can buy bottle water/mineral-water as well.
Obviously, Nepal is mostly recovered from the pity of the devastating earthquake of 2015 and now safe for trekking and tours. Though some places are still under reconstruction, it won’t be affecting your short treks and tours in Nepal and almost all the places included in your trip are safe to travel.
There is not much difference between a private tour and group tour but the main difference is that while you are on a private trip you can enjoy the trip according to your choice and freedom whereas in a group tour you should be sharing accommodation and time with them. While on the other hand, a group tour would be safer comparing to the private tour and comparatively less expensive since the cost for guide and porters would be on sharing. And if you could be friendly and closer to the group, the trip would be more interesting and you could gather more memories and friends.