Welcome to your new adventure in Nepal. Immerse yourself in a world full of new impressions and let yourself be enchanted by the varied nature.

Why travel to Nepal?


Different kinds of vegetables or lentil and bean sauce are staple foods in Nepal. In general, the dishes vary in the different regions. In the Terai, for example, very little meat is eaten because Hindus live there for the most part. In the high mountains there are few cultivation possibilities, which is why meat is eaten predominantly there.


In Nepal, religion and everyday life are very closely linked. About 80% of the population profess Buddhism, about 10% Hinduism and 4% Islam. The remaining population consists of Christians and animists, among others. There is also a caste system.


In the multi-ethnic country of Nepal you will not only experience the beautiful nature, but also the people with their impressive ancient cultures and traditions. Immerse yourself in a mosaic of impressive people, faces, rituals and languages.


Did you know that in Nepal more than 40% of the country is above 3,000 meters in altitude, making it the highest country in the world? This is probably due to the fact that besides the Himalayan Mountains, 7 more of the 10 highest mountains in the world have their place there. But even if you are not drawn to the breathtaking high or low mountains, there are still impressive landscapes, small villages and much more to explore in the Terai.

National language of Nepal


Currency of Nepal

Nepalese Rupee (1€ ≈135 Rupees)

How do I say thank you in Nepal?

धन्यवाद (Dhan'yavāda)

Time zone of Nepal

The time difference from Central Europe is +5 hours 45 minutes

Best time to travel to Nepal

October till May

Secret places in Nepal

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