Do’s and Don'ts in Nepal

  • Before taking pictures, make sure you have permission.
  • It is common practice in Nepal to greet a stranger or friend by saying "Namaste" by bringing your palms together.
  • The gesture of appreciation and respect must be conveyed with both hands while giving or receiving something.
  • Avoid discussing delicate subjects like religion or politics. There is a fine line between lighthearted conversation and heated discussion, which may lead to difficult situations and bad sentiments.
  • Be mindful of local traditions, customs, values, and sentiments while visiting a new country.
  • Involve yourself in cultural events. We all know that in Nepal, every day is a holiday. Involve yourself in cultural events. We all know that in Nepal, every day is a holiday. It is a great way to learn more about the cultures of the people who live in the area while also having fun.
  • Meet the people in the area and interact with them. The people are kind and accommodating to visitors. Tourists are well-liked and respected in a few nations in the world, like Nepal.
  • Try some of the local delicacies while being there. When you visit Nepal, you will have the opportunity to experience a variety of excellent local cuisine. Hike or trek in Nepal offers some of the world's top trekking routes.
  • When taking a taxi, you should insist on using meters to ensure you are paying a fair price.
  • None of these behaviors are acceptable: no drugs, no stealing, no physical fighting.
  • As a civilized human, please don't litter when camping, hiking, or trekking. After all, we all want to live in a clean environment.
  • Instead of drinking from the tap, use a sealed bottle.
  • Encouragement of beggars and street children should be avoided.
  • Use environmentally friendly or green methods.
  • Regarding the tourist visa, the maximum permitted stay is 150 days in one calendar year (Jan-Dec). It is illegal to remain in Nepal without an extension on visa( overstay), as per the law of Nepal
  • Beef is illegal and forbidden in Nepal.