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Kseniya
Nepal
You can go trekking completely by yourself on easy trek routes. Thus you will save on porters and the food will be also up to you – the prices are more or less the same in every tea house. It will allow you not to spend more than 10-15$ per day.
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Kseniya
Nepal
Don’t forget to bring passport-sized photos. You will need it for trekking permit. This permit is mandatory and you can get it at the Immigration department.
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Kseniya
Nepal
Annapurna, Everest, Langtang and Rara regions don’t require to have permits for climbing. Local authorities, however, charge different fees for routes organization. Depending on trek level difficulty you could be extra charged. Enquire about it before trekking.
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Kseniya
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You could be charged a fine for using wood to make meals.
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Kseniya
Nepal
Another long but cheap way to get to Nepal is from Moscow to Deli and then by trains and buses with overnight stay along the way.
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Kseniya
Nepal
If you are going from Sunauli to Kathmandu, take a seat on the left side of the bus. Thus you won’t miss any magnificent views.
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Kseniya
Nepal
Don’t purchase anything on Basantapur Square. It’s a local version of Russian Arbat with incredibly high prices.
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Kseniya
Nepal
Bargaining at exchange offices is acceptable. Especially if you are exchanging a large amount of money. 100$ bills are preferable.
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