1. Is Nepal safe?
2. How to stay safe while travelling in Nepal
3. Why you need your own Travel Guide in Nepal
The last thing anyone wants when in the middle of enjoying their trip in an exotic location is finding themselves in risky or potentially unsafe situations.
Here at Pronepal Tours we understand that planning any big trip comes with a set of concerns and uncertainties which might make the overall process more stressful than what it actually needs to be. We have therefore put together a series of information concerning the topic of safety in Nepal which we hope you will find handy and useful while planning your journey.
Stay safe and see you in Nepal!
Is Nepal Safe?
According to the Global Peace Index (2018). It’s 3rd safest in South Asia, but middling in terms of the whole world. Nepal is currently enjoying the most political stability it has seen in decades. Generally speaking, Nepal is a safe place to travel for tourist travelling alone or in a group.
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How to stay safe while travelling in Nepal
The media might sometimes portray Nepal as a potentially dangerous country to travel. Aside from the various efforts that the government is placing on ensuring safety in tourist areas, common sense and a few insider tips will help you make the most out of your trip. It ultimately all boils down to taking a few precautions to minimize the chances of something going wrong.
Here are 15 ways how you can stay safe while travelling in Nepal >>
Why you need your own Travel Guide in Nepal
As marvellous and majestic the Himalaya is in rural Nepal, the cities are equally chaotic and disorganized. It is an overwhelming experience to be in the streets of Nepal for the first time for travellers coming from the west for the first time. There are no street numbers to find your hotel and the internet is one of the slowest you might have ever experienced. However, with an experienced guide, you will never get lost and will be perfectly safe everywhere you go.
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