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32. Can I bring my medication with me?

Yes, you can absolutely bring your medications in Nepal. Although you can also find proper medication institutions and hospitals in Nepal, you need not be hesitant about your need for medication. The trekking and trip trails also have great availability of clinics and health posts to cater to your needs of health and related services.

Medications to some minor health issues like a headache and diarrhea can also be brought with you, and it is highly recommended that you carry a portable water purifier with you on the trips. You are also advised to consult with your doctor before heading to Nepal.

31. Is there any tourist police in Nepal?

You can easily find tourist police in Nepal who will communicate in proper English and provide basic information about Nepal. The headquarters of Tourist police is at Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu, near Nepal Tourism Board. They are spread throughout the country and will help any tourists provided necessary information and queries. You can learn more about these forces at https://cid.nepalpolice.gov.np/index.php/cid-wings/tourist-police and https://www.welcomenepal.com/plan-your-trip/tourist-police.html.

30. How to stay in good health when traveling Nepal?

While traveling in Nepal, you can maintain your health with the consumption of organic fruits and vegetables. In city areas, you are advised to put on masks to avoid air pollution. Moreover, you can drink bottled water and hygienic foods. You are also advised to carry portable water purifier with you at all times during your travel. One other factor that massively affects the health of an individual is the pace of travel. A trekker is advised to heed the instructions of the guide and maintain a steady pace, especially in high-altitude traversals so that they do not become victim to Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).

You can consult with your doctor before heading to Nepal. You are also requested to make any health-related information known to us so that appropriate precautions can be taken.

29. Are there ATM facilities in Nepal?

You can find many ATMs of numerous banks of Nepal in the major cities like Kathmandu, Pokhara Chitwan, Lumbini, Nepalgunj, Jhapa, and numerous other major cities. You can also withdraw money using credit cards and master cards. The trekking trails to have great availability of banks where money can easily be cashed. However, it does not go without saying that hand-cash is the most preferred approach to transactions.

28. What to wear in Nepal?

Nepal is somewhat conservative when it comes to clothing. While the majority of the populace are Hindus and Buddhists, the Nepalese society prohibits nudity and unnecessary body exposure. We advise the tourists visiting the country to be wary of such customs and have the courtesy to respect the existing social values.

Now, onto the clothing necessary for the trips, you can be light cotton clothes during the summer season. Thick jackets, trousers, and comfortable warm boots are a compulsion during the winter season. The clothing also varies as per the trips you undertake. Tours and hikes can be done with casual clothing; however, hiking requires slightly more attention. Treks and expeditions must be done after all the necessary supplies including clothing have been taken into account with great care.

27. For tourists, what is there to buy in Nepal to take back home?

There are a variety of souvenir options that can be bought in Nepal. You can buy handicrafts, Pashmina, and musical instruments such as Madals and Basuri. Also, Dhaka-a clothing material, Khukuri, Thangkha paintings, and the plethora of other materials can be easily bought at the local markets.  Besides these, you can find authentic goods all over the country as a token to remember the country.

26. What does grading (Easy, Moderate, Difficult, Strenuous) mean?

Basically, trips and treks in Nepal are divided into four grades as Easy, Moderate, Difficult, and Strenuous.  Grading measures the difficulty of trip and trekking trails technically and geographically. Easy and moderate trips are suitable for all the travelers while difficult and strenuous trips are suitable for seasoned travelers.

Easy trips

These trips are perfect for the first-timers. Here, you need to walk around four to five hours a day on average up to an altitude of 3000m.

Moderate trips

You need to walk six to seven hours on average daily up to an altitude of 4000m on trips of moderate grade.

Difficult trips

These trips are pretty hard, and one needs to have previous trekking experience and be mentally and physically prepared. Here, you’ll trek up to 5000m.

Strenuous trips

Here, you’ll travel above 5000m. You might also be using climbing gears such as crampons and ice axe. It is best suitable for those travelers who want to experience extreme adventure and enjoy the wilderness. These trips also require massive preparation prior to the beginning of the journey.

25. Are there electricity issues in Nepal?

There are no issues regarding electricity and power in Nepal. The major city areas provide an exceptional supply of electricity and even the lodges and tea houses in the trekking trails are properly equipped with ample electricity supply. The micro-hydroelectricity projects and solar-generated energy are prevalent sources of electricity in the remote areas. However, power cuts in the rare case can be observed. So, it is wise to keep a backup power supply with you in times of need.

24. Are your staffs fully equipped? What about their insurance?

Yes, we are careful to equip our staffs with the best possible equipment for any trip. The available equipment is of quality standard so that the safety and security of the clients are never at risk. They are aptly trained and have developed great decision-making abilities over the years.

 

We also take adequate care of our staffs who have taken Corporate Adventure Treks to the heights it is today. While traveling along with trekkers, their insurance will be covered by the company.

23. Are the foods & water in the lodges and camps hygienically standard?

Due to the increasing number foreigner every year, foods and waters in the lodges and camps are very hygienic. While trekking and expedition at high altitude, you can expect hygienic traditional food and pure water to drink. The teahouses, lodges, and hotels provide the best food and waters for the trip and also encourage the use of organic food products. However, it is best to take utmost precautions and carry medicines of minor health issues like nausea, diarrhea, and headaches. Also, it is highly recommended to not buy food and water at the local vendors in the country.