Planning your dream getaway to Nepal? Dive into our FAQ section.
Nepal is generally safe for tourists. However, it’s advisable to exercise common-sense precautions. The people in the countryside are known for their honesty and kindness.
Nepal is generally safe for solo travelers. Exercise usual precautions and travel smart.
Nepal can be a safe and enriching destination for school trips, provided proper supervision and planning are in place.
Nepal is a budget-friendly destination. Costs vary based on your preferences, but it’s known for being affordable.
Nepal is located in South Asia, between China (Tibet) to the north and India to the south, east, and west.
Familiarize yourself with the culture, obtain the necessary permits for trekking, and respect local customs and traditions.
It is recommended to drink bottled or purified water while trekking or traveling in Nepal. In major tourist destinations, bottled water is readily available for safe consumption
Look for reputable companies with experienced guides, positive reviews, and proper licenses.
Contact a reputable tour operator like Super Holiday Trip Nepal, discuss your preferences, and customize your itinerary.
The best package depends on your interests. Nepal offers trekking, cultural, adventure, and wildlife tours. Research and choose one that aligns with your preferences.
Popular options include Everest Base Camp, Annapurna Circuit, and Langtang Valley. The “best” route depends on your trekking experience and goals.
Contact Super Holiday Trip. We have over 15 years of experience planning best trekking and tour holiday in Nepal.
Nepal can be visited year-round, but Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November) provide the best weather conditions for trekking and touring.
Try momo (dumplings), dal bhat (lentil soup with rice), and Newari cuisine. Don’t miss tea and yak cheese on treks.
Accommodations are available at local tea houses along the trekking routes. They also serve meals.
Visa fees vary by duration. Visa upon arrival is available at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
In Nepal, it’s advisable to respect local customs and traditions, avoid littering, and refrain from engaging in illegal activities, while also being mindful of taking photos, offering food with the left hand, and using drones without permits.