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Taking a flight to Mount Everest
Most local airlines offer flights between 7 AM to 9 AM, and they all depart from Kathmandu. It is a must-try activity during your visit since it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. You’ll drift above the clouds and enjoy Mount Everest without feeling exhausted from climbing it. The local airlines have ensured that the windows on the plane are non-tinted so that tourists can fully capture its beauty.
Not everyone knows you cannot hike to Everest Base Camp if you don’t want to. That’s why this is one of the top tips for Nepal that you should learn before planning your trip.
The local Nepali food is also known as Dal Bhat, made of lentils, rice and soup. The side dishes consist of fresh vegetables like cauliflower and potato. It’s a vegetarian meal, but you can also request to add chicken or mutton.
Local and International Flavors
During your visit, you will be amazed by the variety of meals you can choose from on the menu. You’ll be able to have a taste of local cuisine as well as international flavours. Nepal’s people enjoy spicy food; however, if you’re not a fan of spicy food, you can request a milder version of the dishes they offer.
• Their traditional cuisine is numerous around the city, so you can experience it at just about any local restaurant.
• Nepali food has been strongly influenced by Indian cuisine, which makes it delicious.
Nepal should be part of your bucket list if you’re an adventure seeker or adrenaline. Its impeccable terrain makes it a top destination for adventure tourism.
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• If you plan a trek to Everest Base Camp, you must prepare for high altitude sickness.
• Make sure to dress appropriately and only bring things that you’re sure you can carry during the entirety of your hike.
Travelling in Nepal requires a good understanding of the country’s social etiquette. It is an important step for your travel since you have to ensure that you respect their culture.
First, you have to learn how the locals greet each other. The traditional way involves placing your palms together in prayer and then saying “Namaste”.
-Showing Respect to Elders
Second, speaking with someone older, you can use “Dai” for men or “Didi” for women.
Third, it’s important to ensure you’re not stepping on another person’s outstretched legs since it’s considered very impolite in Nepali culture. You should also avoid touching another person with your feet. As long as you obey the local culture of Nepal, you won’t encounter any issues during your visit. Public display of affection is also considered rude in the country.
• If you are-
invited to the home of a Nepali person, make sure to remove your shoes before entering as a sign of respect.
It’s best to wear a one-piece swimsuit instead of a bikini for swimming.
• Make sure to wear appropriate clothing while visiting all the tourist spots. This is because wearing revealing clothing is frowned upon in Nepali culture.