Warm and welcoming, enchanting Nepal will take your breath away. Visit Chitwan National Park home to Bengal tigers, explore bustling Kathmandu or of course trek to Annapurna if you are feeling adventurous. Nepal is as it happens one of the cheapest places to mountain climb in the world. Average daily cost per person: 2,901 Nepalese Rupees or £20 ($24).
Past travelers have spent, in average £6 ($7) on meals for one day. Some of the typical dishes to try are the Dal Bhat (rice with lentil soup and vegetable curry or chicken), Momo (Nepalese dumplings), Pulao (fried rice with turmeric and cumin) and Thukpa (noodle soup).
Hostels and Hotels are really cheap in Nepal. You can stay in most dorms for £2-£3 a night and in hotels rooms for about £10 a night. Homestay is also an option if you want an authentic experience.
Nepal is a beautiful country and you won’t spend much money as there is so much to see outdoors.
– Hike in Kathmandu Valley – You must hike around Kathmandu if you go to Nepal. The landscapes will take your breath away and you’ll be able to see how locals live.
– Visit Swayambhu Temple – The temple overlooks most parts of the valley giving visitors a panoramic view of the city. If you’re lucky you might spot some monkeys around. There are many other beautiful temples you can see around Kathmandu.
– Explore Pokhara Valley – This is the spot to see the Himalayan range and lakes.
– Go to Chitwan National Park – Go cycling to 20 Thousand Lake (Bis Hajar Tal) to spot wild crocodiles, monkeys, varieties of birds, deer, and perhaps rhinos.