Nitihello Namaste, I am Niti from Nepal. would you like to meet upand explore Pokhara and outskrit then let me know 😊
PrashmiHello, I'm Prashmi and I'm interested in books, animals, nature and sightseeing
PrasunDance lover, communication professional, lawyer graduate, handicrafts and jewellery designer, mom, multipotentialite, beautiful, sexy, confident, badass, amateur boxer, no nonsense strong independent woman!!
Can host for 1 dayRoshmita Baral
Can host for 2 daysHi!, I'm Nirmala and I'm interested in cycling, animals, books, languages, hiking, solo travel, shopping and running
based on 3 experiences
I spent 3 months in Nepal as a start of a bigger solo trip. It was not my first solo trip and not my first "developing" destination, but it was still a bit of a culture shock. Nature is beautiful beyond words and I would always recommend a trek (according to the physical level and time constraints). But even without one, there's plenty to see. It is a very safe country for solo female travelers and people are, generally speaking, very friendly. The biggest nuisance for me was the constant hassle from people trying to sell me something - trinkets, taxi, or guide service. On top, even genuine contacts with locals ended up with a request for money in 90% of the cases.Posted: February 15, 2023
I just came back from a solo trip to Nepal: Kathmandu, Patan, Bhaktapur, Sauraha / Chitwan National Park, Lumbini, Pokhara, Gurung villages, Bandipur and Ramkot. I just loved it. I hired local guides sometimes, sometimes joined a group of other solo travellers but it was fine to go around by myself, too.Posted: February 15, 2023
Was twice in Nepal, first time with a G Adventures with a wide range from exploring Kathmandu Valley to a 3 day trek in the Annapurna region and finally Chitwan. The second time I hiked the Annapurna circuit individually. Both were great experiences.Posted: December 18, 2022
Yes, Nepal is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other country. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and dress modestly. Additionally, it is recommended to travel with a reputable tour company or guide.
Yes, Nepal is a great destination for solo travelers. Nepal is a safe and welcoming country, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore.
No, Nepal is not expensive for solo travelers. Nepal is a budget-friendly destination, with plenty of affordable accommodation, food, and transportation options. Solo travelers can find plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy, such as trekking, rafting, and sightseeing.
All visitors to Nepal must obtain a visa prior to arrival. Visas can be obtained from Nepalese embassies and consulates abroad or upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
The official currency of Nepal is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). US Dollars are widely accepted in Nepal, but it is best to have some local currency on hand for smaller purchases.
Nepali is the official language of Nepal, but English is widely spoken in the major cities.
Health and Safety
Vaccinations are recommended for travelers to Nepal, including those for hepatitis A and B, typhoid, and rabies. It is also important to take precautions against mosquito-borne illnesses such as malaria and dengue fever.
The most common form of transportation in Nepal is by bus or taxi. There are also domestic flights available between major cities.
Nepal has a diverse climate, ranging from subtropical in the south to alpine in the north. The best time to visit is during the dry season.
The best time to travel to Nepal is between October and December. This is when the weather is mild and the skies are clear, making it ideal for trekking and sightseeing.
Yes, Nepal is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of any potential scams. Additionally, it is important to research the areas you plan to visit and to be aware of any potential safety risks.