Nepal Tours and Trips 2024/2025

Home to the majestic Himalayas, religious landmarks, gorgeous nature and amazing wildlife, Nepal is a perfect holiday destination for all. Go on Nepal group tours and learn about the culture and history of its cities. Explore the unfamiliar Himalayan terrain, scenic valleys and lush plains with a guide on Nepal escorted tours. And if you want to discover the country’s beauty on your own, book a Nepal private tour. Stay at the top hotels and experience exhilarating safaris on a Nepal luxury tour.

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Manaslu Trek - 12 Days

of 6 reviews
  • Free cancellation
  • Trip customizable
My bucket list item is now crossed off! The trek itself was incredible. The Manaslu region was dive ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Jeep
  • Age Range 11-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days12 From US$ 900 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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8 Days Annapurna Panorama with Poonhill Trek

of 1 review
  • Free cancellation
  • Trip customizable
The tour package was well-organized, and the guides were knowledgeable. Highly recommended
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Private Vehicle & Bus
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days08 From US$ 650 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Island Peak Climb With Three Passes Trek

of 1 review
  • Free cancellation
  • Trip customizable
Trek takes around 3 weeks if you want to do some short side hikes, recommend to do it this way
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Climbing & Trekking and Hiking +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Guest House & Camping
  • Transport Flight & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 16-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days24 From US$ 2,270 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Everest Base Camp Leisurely Trek (16 Days)

of 26 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
This is my sixth trek in the Himalayas. I can say this is my hardest trek but also my most
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Mountains
  • Accommodation Hotel, Hut & Guest House
  • Transport Flight, Private Vehicle, 4WD Jeep & Bus
  • Age Range 12-85 yrs
  • Operated in English
days16 From US$ 1,399 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Langtang Trek with Chopper Return

of 1 review
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  • Trip customizable
The langtang trek is my favorite trek in nepal! You get the feeling of being in the mountains from d ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Private Vehicle, Helicopter & Bus
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
  • Operated in English, Japanese
days05 From US$ 1,690 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Annapurna Circuit Trek

of 9 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
My trek on the Annapurna circuit is one of the few trips I have done that did not seem ages
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Guest House & Hotel
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 16-79 yrs
  • Operated in English, Nepali
days14 From US$ 775 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Everest Base Camp Trek - Expedition Departures

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  • No booking fees
Great trek with fantastic leaders & an amazing group of people
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Adventure
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping, Tent & Lodge
  • Transport Flight & Bus
  • Age Range 16-95 yrs
  • Operated in English
days18 From US$ 4,195 View Tour
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  • Apr 03 Only 8 seats left
  • Apr 10 Only 8 seats left
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Annapurna & Dhaulagiri Trek

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  • Trip customizable
We went on a 8 day trek to Jomsom/Muktinath. This trek has lost its popularity over the years becaus ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Mountains
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Jeep, Bus & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 10-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days10 From US$ 400 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Gokyo and Everest Base Camp trek

of 2 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
I did the Everest Base Camp/Gokyo trek with this local operator. Booking our small group (4) with Ba ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Guest House & Hotel
  • Transport Flight & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 16-79 yrs
  • Operated in English, Nepali
days15 From US$ 945 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Everest Panorama View Trek - 6 Days

of 4 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
Dear Sir or Madam, If you decide to go for trekking, exploring the Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan N ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Private Vehicle & Flight
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
  • Operated in Chinese, English, Hindi, South Korean
days06 From US$ 820 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Mardi Himal Trek

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  • Trip customizable
Me and my daughter traveled to Nepal and chose Mardi Himal trek. I’m an active 60 years lady. Thi ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Mountains
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Bus, Jeep & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 10-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days07 From US$ 300 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Upper Mustang Trek

of 1 review
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  • Trip customizable
I am very happy with the overall experience.
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Natural landmarks sightseeing
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Private Vehicle, Flight, Bus & Jeep
  • Age Range 10-79 yrs
  • Operated in English
days14 From US$ 1,700 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 26
  • Apr 27
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Langtang Trek

of 1 review
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My sister and I went on a trek with this travel operator in January. We went to the Langtang Valley
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking & Adventure
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Bus
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
  • Operated in English, Nepali
days08 From US$ 575 View Tour
Next Departures
  • Apr 24
  • Apr 25
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek

of 20 reviews
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  • Trip customizable
Balaram as trek organizer was amazing. I couldn't have asked for better trip
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Trekking and Hiking
  • Accommodation Hotel & Guest House
  • Transport Bus, Private Vehicle & Taxi
  • Age Range 5-79 yrs
  • Operated in English, Nepali
days11 From US$ 960 View Tour
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  • Apr 24
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Awesome communication, flexibility, and trekking experience with Raju
5 - Excellent
  • Eric Hill
“Our group of three had a wonderful experience despite some weather difficulties. Our guide, Raju, did an amazing job leading us and his company worked the logistical angles well to ultimately get us to Everest Base Camp. It was an incredible experience and great working with this company that I recommend wholeheartedly!”
8 day trek to Jomsom/Muktinath
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“We went on a 8 day trek to Jomsom/Muktinath. This trek has lost its popularity over the years because of the jeep road, making it easy to cover the distance by car. But that made the experience less touristic and more authentic for us. With on average 6 hours of hiking every day, the views of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri (2 of the 10 highest mountains in the world) were stunning. The nature was blooming: Nepal's national flower Rhododendron was flowering in a beautiful dark red color, and we ate delicious, freshly picked Nepali oranges on the way. The culture was most interesting: some of the architecture of the old villages we passed through made you feel like you were going back in time. Most of the people still work by hand. We saw women next to the road smashing large rocks into smaller ones using a hammer! Special thanks to our guide Dev, who is very knowledgeable and caring, and porter/hero Nema, who saved my girlfriends hat which fell into a canyon after a strong wind caught it. We enjoyed every minute with them!”
Manaslu and Annapurna
5 - Excellent
  • Thomas J Henderson
“My wife and I highly recommend this experience. We have nothing but amazing things to say about the trek. Our guide Raju Kandel, his tour company and its owner and manager Khum Subedi. I will review all three here: I will start by describing our trek. We booked a 22 day trek of the Manaslu circuit followed by the Annapurna circuit, including Poon Hill and ending in Pokhara, from March 15 to April 5. We took a local bus from Kathmandu to Machhakhola to start the Manaslu circuit. It took us 11 days to complete this circuit to Dharapani, which is where we started the Annapurna circuit. We did not trek the Tsum Valley due to time constraints. The main Manaslu cuicuit was spectacular. Only one day comprised of Jeep road trekking for portions of the day. Many epic suspension bridges, many colourful villages along the way. We were impressed by the mission statement of the Manaslu Conservation Area Project in reducing environmental impact of trekking and supporting the local people. We met locals along the way, and where even invited into a local home for traditional Tibetan tea and Sisnu (nettle) soup that we collected on the trail. We got to partake in a local celebration including dancing and community Momo feast. We visiting the tranquil monastery in Lho, and passed by other monasteries with traditional music and ritual. The accommodations were satisfactory, we typically were able to pay for a hot shower expect at the highest elevation villages in the 2 night prior to Larke pass. The food was way beyond my expectations. We ate Dal Bhat every day, sometimes twice a day, and did not tire of this dish. Each restaurant had their own variation on the dish and the fresh vegetables were delicious. The day of the pass was difficult but the views are spectacular. Birendra lake was spectacular and worth a visit. The Annapurna section boasted more panoramic mountain views, different type of forest scenery and slightly more polished accommodations. It had more trekkers than Manaslu and more of the trek included the Jeep Road. At most we would see 5-10 cars per day on the road. Thorong La pass was also a memorable experience. We took a bus from Muktinath to Tatopani and I do not think we missed much skipping this portion of the trek (dry arid and dusty area). From Tatopani to Ghorepani was spectacular jungle and rhododendron forest trekking. Overall it was the most varied, beautiful, culturally immersive, and delicious trek I have done. Our guide Raju Kandel was fantastic and went beyond what I expected from a guide. He was a joy to trek with and very professional. He took our safety as top concern, regarding altitude symptom monitoring, and how to navigate around the animals that share the path for examples. We later learned he has experience in mountain search and rescue. He has done the Manaslu circuit for many years, and has a relationship with the locals in the guest houses and restaurants along the way. He was able to call ahead to reserve rooms at the best accommodations, pick the most delicious Dal Bhat restaurants, plan the days in order to see key sights along the way, network with locals we met along the path to translate our questions and even get an offer for a visit into a home for food and tea. He taught us Nepali trekking songs and key phrases. He learned what our interests and preferences where along the trek and was able to tailor the experience for us. He got us into the kitchen at most smaller Tea Houses on Manaslu circuit to witness the cooking our our meals. Without Raju as our guide, our experience would not have been as personal or immersive. This was a fantastic agency to book our trek with. Its owner and manager Khum Subedi was friendly, professional and went the extra mile. He personally picked us up at our hotel on the first day of the trek. He helped us navigate an issue we had with another agency (and luckily we ended up not booking with the other agency), again going the extra mile. He ensures a debrief meeting with his trekkers, demonstrating his commitment to providing the best experience for the trekkers that book through his organization. Overall very pleased with the entire experience. It was the adventure of a lifetime.”

Tours and Holidays in Nepal

Below we are highlighting some of the most famous tours and holidays in Nepal. Due to its mountainous terrain, Nepal offers excellent tour opportunities for trekking and climbing, kayaking, river rafting, and mountain biking, all activities where Nepal excels compared with other destinations around the world.

Tour Highlights

  • Go on a jeep safari to spot tigers, leopards and rhinos and see crocodiles and gharials on a boat safari in Chitwan National Park.
  • See the Royal Palace and Hindu and Buddhist temples at Basantapur Durbar Square.
  • Admire the temple courtyard architecture at Patan.
  • Do the iconic Everest Base Camp trek, one of the world’s greatest outdoor adventures.
  • Go paragliding above the tranquil lakes in Pokhara.

Travel Tips

  • Remove your shoes when entering a temple or someone’s home.
  • Use both hands while accepting or giving things.
  • Use ‘namaste’ to greet others; ‘namaskar’ is preferred when greeting someone older than you.
  • Carry a power bank to charge your devices as power outage is common in some parts of Nepal.

Popular tour types in Nepal

  • Nepal private tours: Visit the pretty tea gardens of Ilam in the far east of Nepal; visit Asia’s largest dome-shaped Buddhist stupa, Boudhanath; or see the ancient temples of Panauti on one of our Nepal private tours. Explore this remarkable land at your pace on these tours.
  • Nepal guided tours: Experience the best that Nepal has to offer on guided treks to the spectacular and untamed Nar Phu Valley or take a biking trip through Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park. Guided trips in Nepal are best for navigating your way through challenging and unfamiliar routes.
  • Nepal luxury tours: Taste the finest Nepali cuisines, rejuvenate your body and mind in uber-luxurious spas and enjoy a stay at the most exclusive hotels on your higher-end tours in Nepal. These tours could include stays at stunning resorts near Chitwan National Park, breathtaking views of the Himalayas including Mount Everest in a mountain flight and personalized exploration of Kathmandu’s fabulously rich culture.
  • Nepal group tours: See the architecture and religious art on display in the Patan Museum, visit Swayambhunath, located atop a hill, for great views of Kathmandu Valley, or go boating on the charming Phewa Lake in Pokhara on our top-rated Nepal group tours.
  • Nepal budget tours: For an easy-on-the-wallet but comprehensive exploration of the country, choose from one of our many expertly designed Nepal budget tours. Visit Kathmandu’s famous Pashupatinath temple, enjoy Bandipur’s beautiful village architecture and serene countryside walks, and see elephants and crocodiles at Bardiya National Park on these low-priced Nepal tours.
  • Nepal customized trips: If you are looking to design your own tour and craft your itinerary, our local experts will help you do that through our innovative Nepal customized trips. Whether you want to taste the best local cuisine in Kathmandu Valley, catch a glimpse of Nepal’s little living goddess, or go river rafting in Trishuli River, we have got you covered.

Activity-based Nepal tours

  • Trekking tours: Trekking is one of the most popular activities in Nepal. Home to Mount Everest, Island Peak, Mera Peak, Lobuche East, Chulu West, Pisang, Dhampus Peak and Mount Amadablam, Nepal is a trekkers paradise. A wide range of trekking difficulties means both amatuer and expert trekkers can get their fill. Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Base Camp and Manaslu are some of the most sought-after trekking routes in Nepal.
  • Rafting tours: With many great white water rivers, rafting is one of the most popular water sports in Nepal. Here, you can get your dose of adrenaline whether you are a novice or an experienced rafter. Bhote Koshi, Sun Koshi, Trishuli, Karnali and the Kali Gandaki rivers are popular spots for rafting in Nepal.
  • Adventure tours: Adventure is almost synonymous with Pokhara. Due to its unique landscape, it is one of the best destinations in Nepal to go paragliding, bungee jumping, skydiving and more. Try out these adventure tours in Nepal for an experience of a lifetime.
  • Mountain bike tours: There are many mountain biking routes in Nepal including in Kathmandu and Pokhara. But if you are looking for a challenging trail, then you should try the magical routes in Annapurna Circuit trek and Upper Mustang.
  • Wildlife tours: The grasslands of Nepal’s lowlands are natural habitats of endangered animals and unique plants—ideal for thrilling wildlife tours. See rare orchids and dozens of exotic species of birds at Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, or spot the delightful Ganges river dolphins and red-crowned roof turtles at the Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve. These wildlife tours in Nepal are great for getting a taste of the wonderful natural diversity in the country.
  • Sightseeing tours: Hindu and Buddhist temples, Newari architecture and medieval palaces make it a dream destination for sightseeing tours in Nepal. Stroll through the city square of Bhaktapur, see the stunning World Peace Pagoda at Lumbini, explore the impressive 16th-century palace and temples in Gorkha, and visit the important Hindu Janaki temple in Janakpur.

Popular durations for a Nepal trip

To cover the key cultural landmarks in the Kathmandu Valley, see Pokhara and do one wildlife safari, you will need at least five to seven days. In 10 days, you can add sites like Bandipur and Lumbini. You will need at least 12 days for treks like Everest Base Camp. We highly recommend a two-week itinerary while traveling in Nepal.

Nepal tours — Top destinations to visit

  • Trek the amazing Everest Base Camp: The trek to Everest Base Camp is one of the world’s most exciting adventures one could have. The Everest Base Camp is situated at the height of 5,364 meters. The 15-day traditional or classic trek is the most popular route starting from Lukla. But you can also start the trek from Jiri or try the more challenging Three Passes route. The best time to trek to the region is from March to May and September to November.
  • Follow the trail to Annapurna Base Camp: The 13-day Annapurna Base Camp trek is less intense than the Everest Base Camp trek but offers equally incredible views of the Himalayan peaks. You will cross ancient kingdoms, breathtaking mountain vistas, stunning glaciers, pristine rivers, and natural hot springs in this trek. September to November is the best season to do this trek. Chances of rain are less, the skies are mostly clear and temperatures are moderate. March to May is also a good time for the trek, but be careful of avalanches.
  • View the wildlife in Chitwan National Park: Nepal’s oldest wildlife sanctuary, Chitwan National Park is home to many wild animals and Unesco World Heritage Site. Discover the Royal Bengal tiger, one-horned rhinoceros and Gharial crocodile on a safari trip. If you are planning to spend multiple days here, you can spend the night in watchtowers called Machans to spot the park’s inhabitants at night.
  • Visit the popular sites in Lumbini: A Unesco World Heritage Site, Lumbini holds immense spiritual importance as it is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha. A large number of Buddhist devotees travel here every year. But even people of different faiths can enjoy the artistic treasures here, including the beautiful stupas, temples and sculptures.
  • Explore the ancient landmarks in Kathmandu: A holiday to Kathmandu valley is bound to be a great one as it has seven UN World Heritage Sites. The Durbar squares in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur will give you a taste of the history, art and culture of the three cities that together make the Kathmandu Valley. The holy sites such as Pashupatinath and Boudhanath are perfect for the religiously inclined. Another famous Buddhist site to visit is the Swayambhunath Stupa or the ‘Monkey Temple,’ which sits atop a hill. From here, you can get a sweeping panorama of the valley.
  • Try adventure sports in Pokhara: Home to many lakes, caves and extensive water system, Pokhara is a haven for nature lovers. Add adventure sports and you have a recipe for an ideal holiday destination. Whether you want to take a stroll around Fewa Lake, visit Peace Pagoda, go on a mountain bike ride or head down a river on a paddle boat, you are bound to have a great time in the lake city.

Peak season and low season tours in Nepal

  • Peak Season: October and November are the best time to visit Nepal. The dry weather and moderate temperatures in autumn make it ideal for trekking and mountaineering. This is also a great time to explore cultural sites like Patan and Bhaktapur, spend some lazy days by the lake in Pokhara, and go on a wild adventure in the jungle of Terai.
  • Low Season: July and August are the low season months for tourism in Nepal, typically coinciding with the peak monsoon season. You can consider traveling in the rainy season if you are on a budget, do not want to deal with crowds, or do not intend to embark on an ambitious Himalayan trek.

Popular Nepal trip travel guide

If you are planning a trip to Nepal, you will want to know about the best time to visit Nepal as well as check out all the available Nepal tours. You may also wish to learn more about the top things to do in Nepal. Once you are sure about some of the activities you wish to experience in Nepal, along with the destinations you want to visit, you may want to consider how many days to stay in Nepal. We generally recommend to stay at least 7 days in Nepal, but to get the most out of your trip to Nepal you can stay 10 days in Nepal or more.

Next, we recommend you start thinking about the money you can allocate to the trip to know whether you should be looking for a budget tour, a luxury tour, or perhaps a completely customized tour to Nepal. If you are in doubt, check all our Nepal tours at the top of this page.

Nepal is an amazing country to visit, and there may be other key factors that you wish to consider before traveling there. Please check our “Nepal travel guide” which will give you a lot of relevant information about traveling to Nepal.

Tours in Nepal - Questions and Answers

  • How much will a trip to Nepal cost?

    How much you spend in Nepal is largely decided by things you want to do in the country. A 5-day trekking trip in Nepal can start from as little at USD 400 per person. A weekend-long safari in Chitwan National Park is available at less than USD 200.

    On average, seven days in Nepal with accommodation and some or all meals included costs anywhere between USD 700 to USD 1500 per person. Good rooms at hotels in Nepal range from USD 25 to over USD 150 per person, per night, while around USD 1.5 a day can buy you three meals in decent restaurants. 

  • When is the best time to visit Nepal?

    The best time to visit Nepal is during the months of spring (March, April, and May) as well as in autumn (September, October, and early November) after the monsoon has ended. These months offer the most favorable climate for travelers, with mild temperatures and fewer chances of rainfall. Learn more.

  • How many days do you need in Nepal?

    The duration of your Nepal trip is determined by the activities you wish to engage in. For instance, if you plan to go on a hiking trip to the Langtang Valley or Pikey Peak, settling for a seven-day jaunt is enough. But if you are interested in trekking to Everest Base Camp, you will need around two weeks. Likewise, there are other treks available in Nepal, like the Manaslu Circuit trek, that can last as long as three weeks.

    Besides the popular treks, including a few days of safari, some cultural sightseeing trips or a yoga retreat to your itinerary will easily bring your Nepal vacation to 3 weeks or more. For more information check out our guide on how many days to spend in Nepal.

  • How much is a visa to Nepal?

    Nepal’s visa charges depend on the duration of your stay. If you plan to spend 15 days in the country, expect to pay USD 30 per person. However, a 30-day visit to the country would cost USD 50, while a 90-day visit would set you back by USD 125 per person. Learn more

  • What should I avoid in Nepal?

    There are a few things you should avoid during your stay in Nepal. If you are trekking to the Himalayas, stay clear of any area you have been warned not to visit. These areas may be prone to loose soil due to recent landslides. Also, if you encounter yaks on your trekking trips, steer clear of their paths. These high-altitude animals, averaging 400 kilos, can be hostile at the slightest hint of intimidation. 

    The Nepalese people are strict with their religion and culture. Do not walk into temples or monasteries without taking off your shoes, and avoid leather jackets, and belts, as these are considered irreverential. Finally, not all Nepalese feel comfortable being embraced or cuddled. However, a ‘namaste’ (a local form of greeting) with a warm smile on your face gets the job done.