Nepal Travel Guide
Whether you want to hike, eat amazing street food or just visit the blissful temples – Nepal is a magnificent country.
From Mo;Mo to the famous Dal Bhat, foodies will feel right at home in Nepal. Much like its Indian neighbour, Nepal has manu hectic little streets, great hidden temples and welcoming and kind people wanting to share their culture with visitors.
Nepal was one of our 2019 highlights and one of the countries we are willing/looking to move to!
Nepal Travel Information
CURRENCY: Nepalese Rupee
TIME ZONE: GMT +5:45
NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES: China, India
INHABITANTS: + – 29 million
MAIN AIRPORTS: Tribhuvan International Airport, Pokhara Airport
SAFETY RANKING: 130th out of 162
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When we booked our trip to Nepal, we originally wanted to divide our time between Kathmandu and Pokhara. Because our plans to go to Pokhara fell through – no more plane tickets, we decided to spend the complete week in
Joshua and I are massive foodies. We travel to eat. Literally. We choose our destinations depending on the food we like and food we would love to try. And in all honesty: Nepal was no different! When I was living