Best Resources for Things To Do in Nepal

by Anders Bruihler / Jan 15, 2013 / 0 comments

When I was in Nepal, I had a fantastic time. It's a wonderful country with great people, and the landscape of the Himalayas is amazing. Check out my really interesting Video of Nepal to find out what my family did. I’ve collected a few links of websites with different things to do in Nepal, and I hope these help you if you’re planning a trip, or even if you’re just curious. We had a lot of fun, and I hope you do too!


Things to do in Nepal



This Nepal Travel Guide has answers to some of the questions you might have, including whether if there is good Internet or how easy it will be for vegetarians. The Kathmandu and Pokhara travel guides at the top are also worth checking out if you are visiting either of those cities.


Travel With A's 7 Things To Do In Nepal On A Budget lists a few locations in Kathmandu and Pokhara, as well as some other more adventurous activities. This is a good place to start if you are looking for more low-cost things to do. Also on this list is an elephant breeding center and a jungle tour. 


Things You Can't Miss To Do In Nepal from My Holiday Nepal offers a short list of activities to do, including more adventurous ones like bungee jumping and paragliding.


If you’re heading to Kathmandu, be sure to look at these four Things To Do in Kathmandu. There are great pictures, and also short history and information on the locations. The Monkey Temple sounds interesting, and I wish we had visited it when we were there.


Look at this Trekking in Nepal on a Budget guide for lots of information about trekking, with information on what it’s like, guides and porters, tea houses, altitude, and packing for your trip.  Anyone planning on trekking should read this for all sorts of information. 


And last, check out The Longest Way Home's Nepal Travel Guide for all sorts of information on the country.  This includes history as well as to-dos.  This is a good resource for anyone who is traveling to Nepal, or even if you just want to learn more about the country. What makes this unique is that the writer has been traveling for 8 consecutive years, so he offers a unique perspective on the country.  This is the best resource of all on this page, and everyone should check this one out. And if you plan on trekking, also check out his How to prepare for a trek in Nepal for what you should, and should not, do when on or preparing for your trip. 


I hope these resources help you plan your trip!





Anders Bruihler
is a member of the Youth Travel Blogging Mentorship Program


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