Nepal Travel Hacks and Tips

Before you leave:

  1. Packing: Roll your clothes when packing. Instead of creating a folded pile in your suitcase, rolling allows you to fit more things in. Plus, you can even roll underwear and socks within your clothes for optimal space-saving.

  2. Take a picture of  your passport, identification card, and itinerary and email them to yourself.

  3. Download the necessary travel apps (we’ve recommended some here)

  4. Make sure your playlist is updated including some famous Nepali songs.

  5. Money:  Look up the monetary conversion before you go.

  6. Carry a List of Emergency Contacts and also share it with your travel partner.

  7. Plan your trip. (here)

  8. Read Before You Go.

  9. Go through the health check up. Also share it with your travel partner.


  11. Research events going on while you’re there

For departure:

  1. Bring your own water bottle.

  2. Make sure you have a pen with you. This can help you to fill up the forms (including immigration forms) to fasten the process.  (also you’ll thank us with this once you reach Tribhuwan International Airport)

When you arrive:

  1. TIA is not the best airport as you’ve experienced before. Luggage claim can take time but don't panic. Just relax and be informed. (trust me, sometimes it can take quite a time but use that time to inform the person who’s there to pick you up)

Exploring Nepal

  1. Use GuideBook or find ‘Enhance your Experience’ tool. It include maps, local phrases you need to know, and challenges to ensure your experience is diverse.

  2. Use local language as much as possible.  It shows your gratitude and reflects your effort which is always nice.

  3. Have a souvenir list prepared, and stick to it.

  4. Research events going on while you’re there

  5. On the last day of your trip to a foreign country, collect all of your loose change and give it to the homeless.

Apps to Download

Skyscanner is travel fare aggregator website and travel metasearch engine

Packing Pro takes away your pre-traveling blues by helping you remember everything you need.

Wifi Finder reduces worries on not finding a Wi-Fi internet connection and helps you find free or paid public Wi-Fi hotspots online

Google Translate: If you’re traveling somewhere you don’t speak the language, you’ll find Google’s free translation app very useful. Most usefully, you can download a language pack ahead of time.

XE Currency helps you calculate live currency and foreign exchange rates.

TripAdvisor  provides almost all of the information available on the site, including access to the forums and syncing of bookmarked pages between the web and app versions.

Camera+ provides the most professional camera features and is very easy to operate.

Google Maps makes navigating your world faster and easier to find the best places in town and the information you need to get there.

Kindle puts millions of books at your fingertips and is for everyone, whether you're a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader

Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn a language.

Nepali Language Guide helps you with Nepali language

Music to Listen to:

  1. Travel songs

    1. CNN 12 best travel songs:

  2. Famous Nepalese songs

    1. Resham Firiri

    2. Taal ko Pani

    3. Resham

    4. Paan ko Paat

    5. You can google on more trending songs

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  • associated with Trekking agencies association of Nepal
  • associated with VITOF
  • associated with Nepal Association of Tour & Travel Agents
  • associated with Tourism Board of Nepal

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