Nepal is a Beautiful place full of Natural resources with varieties of flora and fauna to be viewed with beautiful scenarios, antique and historical cultures and unique traditions. Different adventures and breathtaking activities like trekking, mountaineering, hiking and more which can be experienced in most of the places. You can explore more when you are present here yourself.
Nepal is connected with air route from most of the countries all over the world along with air transport and road connections in whole part of the country. Easy communication facilities are also available in the country to connect each other and share information.
Due to drastic variation in elevation and High and low terrains, flood and landslides occur occasionally during the monsoon i.e in rainy season from June to August.
Nepal is rich in water resources and electricity generation potential is maximum and new projects are in rapid process though load shedding and power cuts may be faced sometimes. Energy demands during the scarcity are managed by alternate means of sources in hotels and restaurants by the help of generators, solar,etc even in the remote places of the country.
As Nepal has prepared the New Constitution with new rules and regulations to be implied, which means more stability in political situation resulting in less strikes and bandhs. And for information, Tourist bus are allowed to travel freely and sometimes even with the security systems.
It’s the best to be equipped with all the gadgets and equipments prior to climbing adventures. Some of the important equipments are listed below: Woolen gloves, Gloves(gore tex fabrics), Woolen hat, Woolen socks Windproof jacket, Windproof pant, Snow bar, Snow goggles(UV factor) Sun cream(UV protection), Head lamp, Tent, Mattresses, Rope Rain gear ice hammer, Seat Harness, Jumar, Helmet, Altimeter, Ice Axe, Crampons, Ice-screw Gaiters, Locked and unlocked carabineer, Climbing boots, Pocket knife.
Everyone may not face altitude sickness as it is just an illness which can occur to trekkers and travelers due to extreme exposure to low pressure of oxygen while trekking or hiking in high Himalayas and it results due to less availability of oxygen at high altitudes, dehydration and it is also related to the immune system of an individual. Some of the visible primary symptoms that can be seen are: - Lack of appetite, nausea or vomiting - Fatigue or weakness - Dizziness or light-headedness - Insomnia - Needles and Pins Sensation - Shortness of breath - Nose bleed - Persistent rapid pulse - Diarrhea - Peripheral edema (swelling of hands, feet and face) Travelers can prevent from HAS by following some of the following precautionary: - Previous experiences can also help in minimizing HAS. - Increasing the intake of water or liquid - Taking enough rest - Taking medical precautions and advices from medical personal - Ascending slowly in high variations in elevations - Avoiding alcohol consumption - Taking help from the local people at the places you visit
Though Personal guides are available to help during the trips, difficulty in communication due to language may somewhat effect. We would recommend learning and having some basic ideas for communicating with the local people. Travelers may also have somewhat difficulty in coping up with the health issues which can be minimized by travelers being conscious and take help from the medical personals before taking part in any trips.
Nepali currency is the main currency used in Nepal and you can find many currency exchange locations to exchange the currency of any country with the standard available rate.
We recommend the travelers to bring personal prescribed medicines if any though you can get the medical supplies in drug stores. Some basic supplies to be brought along for emergencies can be; Aspirin, Moleskin and blister kits, Diamox, Imodium for diarrhea, Knee support, Band- Aids for minor cuts and burns, Feminine hygiene materials, Insect repellant.