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Népal : When to go ?

The high tourist season extends between October and April when the climate is dry and sunny. In this long period, we will focus on the months of October and November (fall) and March and April (spring).The low season therefore stretches from the end of April to the beginning of September: this is the time of the monsoon. While this time is not a particular brake on activities, your mountain view may be reduced due to clouds.

Népal : Go with a local agency

The paradise of trekkeursNestled in the Creux of the Himalayas, Nepal is one of the world's trekking paradise. The world's rooftop houses the most prestigious peaks, including the most famous and highest of all, Mount Everest. Eight mountains among the ten highest in the world are on Nepalese territory and draw a natural border separating it from Tibet. These mountains have long been the playground of renowned mountaineers, pushing beyond the limits of the impossible during heavy expeditions. Today, mountaineers are no longer legion and the trekkeurs are affluent around the world to walk through the Nepalese trails and approaching these mythical mountains.Breathtaking landscapesDespite moderate proportions (it is a tiny country compared to its huge neighbours), Nepal has a variety of grandiose landscapes. Only minutes of plane is enough to move from one decoration to another. The giants of rock and ice lead to terraces, arid lands swept by winds, large meadows and tropical forests. Terre d'exception, Nepal will allow you to walk on the Himalayan trails on Monday and take a éléphant walk on Tuesday (and we don't taste...). Thanks to a local agency, you can set up a tailor-made programme of activities with experienced guides to discover Nepal in an authentic and safe way.NepalIt's a cheap destination, which makes it a very busy destination for backpackers.Here is an idea of some prices:A bed in a youth hostel: 450 Rs.A simple meal (drinks not included): 250 Rs.One litre of water: 20 Rs.A bottle of beer (75 cl): 250 Rs.A packet of cigarettes (Western mark): 110 Rs.A T-shirt: 70 Rs.BhutanThe Kingdom of Bhutan is an expensive destination due to its visa policy. However, since everything is understood, let's know that, in general, foreign visitors only add $ 150 in addition to their total budget for the few "folies" they would like to bring back.One litre of water: 20 Nu.A bottle of beer: 200 Nu.A T-shirt: 130 Nu.FormalitésIn NepalObtaining the Nepalese visa is compulsory for tourists. This does not pose any problem either before your departure in your country of origin from the Embassy of Nepal or arriving at Kathmandu Airport (15 days: US $ 25; 30 days: US $ 40; 45 days: US $ 70). Plan an identity photograph.In BhutanObtaining the Bhutanese visa is compulsory for tourists. You will need to contact a travel agency that will arrange for you and make the amount requested (USD 250/day/person) via bank transfer or cash on arrival.

Spoken languages

Learning language: There are different ways to learn a few basics of language and the offer for self-learning can be done on different media (Cds, videos, exercise books or even directly on the Internet).

Currency

The Nepalese rupee (Rs) is the official currency of Nepal. There are rare pieces of 1 and 2 rupees; the bulk of the currency is presented in banknotes (5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1 000 rupees). Be aware that Nepal's currency is not convertible, so you cannot find it outside the country's borders.For the small history, the Nepalese rupee was introduced in 1932 to replace the silver mohar.In BhutanThe national currency of the Kingdom of Bhutan is the Ngultrum (Nu). There are 1 000, 500, 100, 20, 10, 5 and 1 ngultrum notes. This currency is parity with the Indian currency, which is also taking place in Bhutan.

Weather

Nepal's climate allows for stays in all seasons. During the months of June and July, the Gulf of Bengal moist air masses meet the Himalayan chain. They are then cooling up and forming condensation that falls in the form of rain. It's the monsoon.

Why choose a local agency ?

  • Each local agent lives in the place and is an expert of the destination.
  • Your trip will be 100% tailor-made and will fit all your wishes.
  • Your local agent will always be available to ensure your trip fulfills your requirements.
  • Enjoy the best prices being constantly in touch with the local organisation.
  • This is a win-win deal without intermediaries, especially for you !

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Why travel with a local agency ?

  • Each local agent lives in the place and is an expert of the destination.
  • Your trip will be 100% tailor-made and will fit all your wishes.
  • Your local agent will always be available to ensure your trip fulfills your requirements.
  • Enjoy the best prices being constantly in touch with the local organisation.

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