There is nowhere else like Nepal on earth- uncountable numbers of high mountains, stunning lakes, rich culture, mystical temples, alluring history, precise art & architecture, dense forests, abundant wildlife, distinct flora, and welcoming residents.”

Nepal is one of the most highlighted names in the entire world's tourism industry. Designated as the "must visit" place by several highly recognized portals, Nepal has stood as one of the best countries for adventure, getaway, and heritage experiences. To tell frankly, Nepal is a tourist-friendly nation that anyone can visit without any concern. Either you are thinking to travel Nepal to traverse back in time while exploring several historical sites, or if your soul is on the quest to walk into the Himalayas and spend some quality time close to nature, this nation has got both.  


Nepal has a diverse geography that extends from the Terai region, the plain land, to the Mountain region, the world's highest point. This diversity of geology has blessed Nepal with distinct vegetation and wildlife. You will find here some of the world's rarest flora and fauna. Likewise, Nepal is home to 8 of the world's highest mountains, including Mt. Everest (8,848 m). Besides this, there are hundreds of mountains, peaks, and hills here. The Himalayas have become one of Nepal's primary sources of rivers and lakes. There are many things to do in Nepal, and a single visit is undoubtedly not enough.


  • Food and Accommodation on Trek

    There are many types of western and Asian food dishes or a mixture of both in Nepal's major trekking routes and tourist destinations. During your stay in Kathmandu, Pokhara, and Chitwan, You could choose food from the menu, such as Nepali food, Indian food, and western food, as you wish. ...

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  • High Altitude Sickness

    Acclimatization is very important to do a trekking on high altitude area. Nepal Trekking routes planned especially a gradual to get used in altitude with many of our trekking trails having extra days to allow time for acclimatization. Mountain RockTreks advice about acclimatization and with the sensible approach we take ...

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  • Local trekking company in Nepal

    Are you willing to trek in Nepal? If the answer is yes, then obviously, your priority will be to choose the best trekking company in Nepal which meets your needs and expectation?  Undoubtedly you would prefer to embark on your journey with a trustworthy travel company that meets your financial plan ...

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  • Nepal Trekking Permit

    A trekking permit is required to trek in any part of Nepal covered by national parks and conservation. You must get two licenses to hike two different areas, such as Annapurna and Everest. Each access requires details for the trekking route and region. Police check points are set up in ...

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  • Nepal Visa and Customs

    Nepal has made the visa and customs process easier and straightforward for most nationalities. Moreover, one doesn't need to pay any visa fee if they hold the passport of a member state of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) for 30 days. You can get a visa on ...

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  • Price Differences Than other

    Following are the determinants for the priceAccommodations in Kathmandu and other citiesMode of Transportation (car/van/bus/flights)Number of crews(Guides & porters, Sherpas, Cook(s)Traveling time(Season)Extra servicesNote: The trek can be operated in both teahouse and camping (tented camp) at your request. The itinerary can be customized according to the duration of the holiday. ...

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  • Social Values in Nepal

    Nepal is a secular nation, but most of the population is either Hindus or Buddhists. Apart from these, some people follow other religions like Islam, Jainism, Christianity, and Sand Sikhism extra, but they are the minority. Nepal is a very harmonious country when it comes to religion and tradition. The ...

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  • Things to know before getting Nepal visa

    You must have a valid and clean passport. If your visa crosses the limited stay period, you can arrange an extension to stay in Nepal at the Department of Immigration before your departure.Your valid passport must be valid for at least six months while you apply for a visa for ...

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  • Trekking Equipment for Nepal

    Equipment list for trekking in NepalMountain Rock Treks provides luggage (for your goods to be carried by a porter), and at teahouses, you will have foam mattresses. If you are on a camping trek, Mountain Rock Treks provides mattresses, tents, etc. You may bring your down jacket and sleeping bag, ...

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  • Trekking Permits and TIMS

    Many areas of Nepal either come under restricted regions or conservational regions. Remote rural areas, particularly close to the Tibet border, require a restricted area permit from the government of Nepal. This applies to those trekking in the Manaslu, Mustang, Nar-Phu, Tsum Valley, Dolpo, Humla, and Kanchenjunga regions. Permits range from ...

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  • Trekking Season in Nepal

    Nepal Trekking Season is generally known the best as two seasons’ spring and autumn. The best trekking season in Nepal is autumn (September – November) and spring (March-May). The following month mid of September to the middle of December consider the best trekking season ever in the Himalayas. Nepal's best ...

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