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Travel Tips

Business Hours of Nepal

Nepal Government office working hours are 9 am to 5 pm except for Saturdays and other government holidays. We have many festival and other religious days, during the time all the Government office will be closed. The working hours for companies, schools, governments, and shopping centers varies from each region, depends on local people's interests and customs. …

Embassy and Consulates in Nepal

When traveling in a foreign country, you should register with your embassy, especially if you are planning on undertaking a long trek in remote areas of Nepal. You should at least have your embassies contact details so that, should you get into trouble they, you will be able to contact them and seek assistance. Your embassy can…

Foreign Exchange and Banks

The unit of currency in Nepal is the Nepali Rupee. One Nepali Rupee is made up of 100 paisa. Nepali rupee notes come in 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1,000 denominations while 1 and 2 Rupees are coins. Foreign visitors other than Indian nationals are required to pay their hotel bills and air tickets in foreign currency.…

Medical Matters and Advice

While trekking in Nepal, one does not need to overly worry about hazards as far as your health is concerned. However, preventive measures such as a thorough medical check up and inoculations before you start trekking can save you from unexpected risks. Since the more remote places of Nepal are not supplied with the necessities that are essential for…

Nepal Travel Guide

Amazingly wonderful Nepal stood glad as the planets top trekking and mountaineering goal.  With a political disturbance, at that point came the Maoist defiance – and vacationers abandoned by the thousand. Since the 2006 peace settlement finished ten years of savagery Nepal is presently immovably again on the travel plan. Kathmandu, the capital, is an exceptionally livable city, with…

Tibet Travel Information

All travelers who are traveling in Tibet are requested to bear in mind that Tibet is extremely remote and isolated.  The Himalayan ranges remains still one of the most fascinating but least developed parts in the world. On top of that, with its very short history of tourism (just about 15 years), the facilities for tourist, although being widely…

Tips for first time travelers in Nepal

While you’re travelling to Nepal, best to know about some important code and conduct. We at Nepal Mother House often update travel information which will be great support for Nepal traveler especially first time traveler. These practical tips will useful to make your enjoyable trip. Nepal is one of the best travel destinations in the World. Here are remaining…

Communication Access in Nepal

While you are a way from your home town, you need deliver massage to your, family, friend and relatives.  Email, telephone and post office are main means for communication. Trekking in Nepal often involves travelling to the remote countryside, where internet and phone services are extremely limited. Treks often take longer than expected by several days, so your family…

Electricity in Nepal

As Nepal is rich is running rivers, mostly the electricity generate from hydro power. Electricity is scarce in Nepal and there are many load-shedding periods during dry season. The power is an unstable 230 Volts, 50 Hz. and can easily vary between 190 Volts and 240 Volts. For modern equipments this is normally not a big issue. Most of…

Nepali Time Zone

Nepal is 5 hours 45 munities ahead (+5:45) of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). Nepal, India and Sri Lanka all are lie in nearly same longitudinal line. But still Nepal time is 15 munities difference with India, whereas Sri Lanka doesn't. Mt Gaurishanker is Nepali timeline standard, it situated in Dolakha Districts. While traveling in Nepal through the India,…

Nepal Visa Information

Nepal visas are available at Nepalese Embassies and Nepalese Consulates abroad or upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu. You need to present a valid passport and payment of the visa fee. Tourists can extend their visas at the Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu. You can get Nepal Visa without hassle free. Entry visas to Nepal…

Why Travel with Us?

Why Travel with Us? Nepal Mother House Treks has always considered the effect on the local community and environment in the areas in which we operate. We aim to support the local economy by using…

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