Teej the Monsoon Festival in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Aug 16, 2018

Teej is a monsoon festival that is celebrated by women in Nepal and few parts of India. This festival is celebrated by women dressed in red and decorating themselves with heavy gold ornament, dancing


by Shaurab Lohani | Aug 09, 2018

Pashupatinath, meaning lord of all the living animal, is a highly regarded hindu pilgrimage site located in the heart of Kathmandu valley. Pashupatinath is located very close to the Tribhuvan internat

Shrawan is the fourth month in the Nepali Hindu calendar

by Shaurab Lohani | Aug 07, 2018

Shrawan is the fourth month in the Nepali Hindu calendar. The month is also observed as a Holy month amongst the Hindu all over the world. The month is considered highly auspicious as it is devoted to

Honeymoon Holiday in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Aug 01, 2018

Once the wedding is over, most couples look forward to their honeymoon—a week or two of unwinding, relaxing and spending quality time together in an exotic spot. Active newlyweds with an appetite fo

How to choose your trek?

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 31, 2018

There are several ways to chose a trek. Your trek depends on how much time you have in hand, how much funds you have, what kind of experience would you want to get and what intensity trek are you look

Bhoto Jatra 2017

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 30, 2018

What is Bhoto Jatra? Bhoto Jatra simply means vest festival. Although its meaning is simple, the festival is deeply rooted in the Newari culture and has a lot of deeper reasons of why it is celebrate

Is Nepal Safe for Women?

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 29, 2018

Despite our southern counterpart of India having a bad reputation as not a safe country for female travellers, Nepal is completely different when it come to travel safety of women on boots. We share s

Mobile Phone, Data and WIFI in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 28, 2018

Buying a sim card is not a problem in Nepal and there are 2 major carriers; Nepal telecom and Ncell. It's easier and more systematic to acquire Ncell sim card. You would require photocopy of your pass

Currency in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 27, 2018

The currency of Nepal is called Rupees or Rupiya and is different than the rupees in India. The smallest denomination of the currency rupees 5 and the biggest is 1000. The bills of almost all denomina

About Tribhuvan International Airport

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 26, 2018

Tribhuvan international airport was built in the 1950’s and since then not much has changed in terms of the runway and the facility. There are no terminals in the airport or let us say it is a singl

Nepal Visa

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 25, 2018

Acquiring tourist visa is not very difficult for tourists. For many first world countries and neighboring countries the visa is on arrival. The visa process is manual and you will have to fill up a fo

Nepal After The 2015 Earthquake

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 24, 2018

Nepal was struck by one of the biggest earthquakes after the 1934 Bihar earthquake on 25th April, 2015. The disaster took lives of around 8500 people and lefter thousands of homeless, hurt and disable

Everest Heli Tour

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 23, 2018

Everest Heli tour is one of the most sought tour as it saves your time as well as makes your dream come true. Let it be any reason, may be you long to see the highest peak or want to gift someone a pe

Culturally accepted behavior in the mountains

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 22, 2018

You are a guest in Nepal and it is well appreciated by people if you adapt to the culture and respect in return. Dress decently (no revealing clothes) Do not show affection in public (no kis

Is Nepal Safe to Travel ?

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 21, 2018

There is a big question pondering in every traveller who has thoughts of visiting Nepal and that is is Nepal safe to visit after the 2015 earthquake. No doubt the earthquake was a devastating one - th

Why Budget Trekking Private Limited

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 20, 2018

We would not love to boast about ourselves as a successful trekking agency in Nepal but as a trekking agency who has created memorable holidays for our guests. Here are few reason why you should trave

Things to do in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 19, 2018

There are variety of things one can do in Nepal and the country does not just mean for mountain climbing or trekking. To begin with, when you are in Nepal you may not want to miss the opportunity to i

Accommodation and Food in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 18, 2018

Nepal is a very diverse country even when it comes to accommodation and food options. There are over 9 five star accommodation in Kathmandu and around 5 in Pokhara. Besides these highest regarded hote

Banks and ATM’s in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 17, 2018

Nepal is a tourism oriented country and changing your cash and getting Nepali currency would not be difficult. Right from the airport to the banks throughout the country and money exchanges located in

Foreign Embassies in Nepal

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 16, 2018

Kathmandu hosts 25 foreign embassies and the detail of the embassies are as follows with their contact details. Please notify us if the contact details are outdated and we will update it as soon as po

Health hazards in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 15, 2018

The dictionary meaning of Health hazard is a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; For example : "drinking alcohol is a health hazard". In developing countries like Nepal, a

Nepal Travel for Women

by Shaurab Lohani | Jul 14, 2018

Nepal by far is very safe destination for travel for lone female travellers. There are very few cases or no cases at of of sexual harassment of any kind but however it is always advised to take some s

Newari Cuisine

by Suraj KC | Jul 13, 2018

Newari people are those who are the inhabitants of Kathmandu Valley mainly. They are considered as one of the group of people who are very rich in traditions , religions, cultures ad festivals. In eve

Gurung People

by Suraj KC | Jul 12, 2018

Gurung is one of the 59 indigenous nationalities in Nepal residing on the foothills of Annapurna, Machhapuchre mountain range. The name Gurung is derived from the Tibetan word ‘Grong’ which means

Basantapur Durbar square

by Suraj KC | Jul 11, 2018

Basantapur Durbar square is located in Kathmandu City and it is also called as Kathmadu Durbar square. Kathmandu Durbar Square in the heart of old Kathmandu city in Basantapur never fails to impress f

Plane Travel in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 10, 2018

Nepal is geographically difficult country. The different climatic variability and the wider range of natural heritages in different parts is not alike in any other country of the world . Considering t


Jul 09, 2018

Pokhara is a metropolitan city, and is the second largest city of Nepal in terms of population. A collective city was created after the merger of previously two separate cities of Pokhara and Lekhnath

Beers in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 08, 2018

Beers is the Plural form of word “Beer”. Beer is one of the oldest drink all over the world. To be precise Beer is the third most popular drink after water and tea. Beer has a very oldest history

Shopping in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 07, 2018

Remarkable handicrafts items of brilliant workmanship are made in Nepal. Many of these handicrafts also carry religious significance. Artistic works of stone and metal, silver and gold trinkets, and e

Nepalese Hospitality

by Suraj KC | Jul 06, 2018

Nepal is a rich country in natural resources and cultural heritages. Although being a small landlocked country situated in between two big countries and very diverse geography, Nepal has an ability to

Construction of Toilet Completes at Mera High Camp

Jul 05, 2018

Construction of toilet completes at Mera high camp. NMA in coordination with Mera Alpine Conservation Group built two toilets at the high camp, 5780m of Mera peak. Source : NMA

Eating in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 05, 2018

Nepal is a country that lies between two big countries in area and populations India and China. With its influence from both Indian and Tibetan dishes, Nepali cuisine is rich in flavours and aromas. E

Dressing in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 04, 2018

Nepal is home to various religions, ethnic groups and even climates. This has led to significant variations in Nepalese dress, both historically and in modern times. While the dress of Nepal has also

Cultural Shocks in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 03, 2018

Cultural shock is a sense of confusion and uncertainty sometimes with feelings of anxiety that may affect people exposed to an alien culture or environment without adequate preparation. Cultural shock

Banks and ATM’s in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jul 02, 2018

Banks are the institutions where the economic transaction happens. They are the places where sending and withdrawing of money takes place. In short Bank are medium of exchange consisting chiefly of ch

Newari Festival

by Suraj KC | Jun 28, 2018

Newar Festival are a subset of Nepalese Festivals that has developed over centuries among the Newars of Kathmandu (Kathmandu is called Yen in Nepal bhasa language), Nepal. Newar is the popu

The Formation of Nepalese Himalayas

Jun 27, 2018

All of the mountain summits taller than 7000 m are located in this part of our planet, and several large rivers, which rise in these highlands, provide fresh water for nearly three billion people in A

The significance of Bagmati River

by Suraj KC | Jun 26, 2018

Bagmati river is one of the most popular and sacred river of Nepal. It is believed to be the oldest river that also signifies the very old god stories and ancient civilization and social development o

Travellers Safety in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jun 25, 2018

Nepal is a small landlocked country lying between two big countries India and China. Geographically, Nepal is regarded as a sandwich between China and India. It is the mountainous country carrying mas

Risks of Solo Trekking in Nepal

by Yugantar Paudel | Jun 23, 2018

Trekking is always fun. When it is in the land of Himalayas and you are surrounded by forests and hills, and of course ever smiling people with great hearts and who treat guests like god, treating is


by Suraj KC | Jun 21, 2018

Yeti  or Abominable Snowman is an ape -like entity, taller than an average human, that is said to inhabit the Himalayan region of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. The names Yeti and Meh-Tehare commo

Top 5 Destinations to Travel in Nepal

by Suraj KC | Jun 19, 2018

Annapurna: If you are planning to visit Nepal , then to visit Annapurna region would be the first choice for the travelers. Annapurna region itself contains the fish tailed mauntain Macchapuchre and

Tharus: Gems on Southern Foothills of Himalayas

by Yugantar Paudel | Mar 13, 2018

If you ever get down from the hills or the highlands, up here in Nepal, you'll reach to the plains of Terai; the storehouse, the granary of Nepal. These southern plains, as the Himalayas are sure to f

Dress Code for Nepal

by Yugantar Paudel | Mar 13, 2018

When you land in Kathmandu, you'll tend to see all kind of people in all kind of clothes. If you plan your visit only to cities of Nepal, then any kind of clothes suiting the weather would do you good

Risks of Solo Trekking in Nepal

by Yugantar Paudel | Mar 13, 2018

Risks of Solo Trekking in Nepal Trekking is always fun. When it is in the land of Himalayas and you are surrounded by forests and hills, and of course ever smiling people with great hearts and who tr

The Blue Emerald: Shey Phoksundo

by Yugantar Paudel | Mar 08, 2018

Water always fascinates us (unless you are hydrophobic). And rather than static,
we like things calm, in a state of peace. And by peace, we relate it to blue-the blue
sky, serene and calm. What