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The beautiful country in the South Asia with the most diverse vegetation and culture. The Himalayan ranges, abundant hills, the wilds and the rich culture will spellbound your true travel.

Nepal has many customs and beliefs that might be difficult to understand and rules and regulations that might not be so easy to obey but this is the way of life to them and you are requested to respect these norms when you are in the country.

Do not feel offended if any Nepali person hesitates to shake hands with you because it hasn’t been too long since western traditions were introduced to the people here. Most Nepalese greet one another by a “Namaste”, a common act done by putting the palms together at chest height in a prayer like gesture.

 It is customary to eat and deal with food with your right hand. They use their left hand to wash themselves after using the toilet and hence the left hand is considered impure and is also not used in puja (worship) ceremonies. Note that most Nepalese eat with their hands and forks and spoons are common only in urban areas.

Men and woman should always dress appropriately. Men should not walk or trek bare-chested. Shorts are acceptable but full length trousers are more preferable. Women are recommended to either wear full length trousers or long skirts that at least reach the ankles. These basic precautions are recommended to avoid unwanted attention from locals.

Showing affection between men and woman in public is not acceptable, especially in rural areas of the country. Please avoid kissing, hugging, cuddling or even holding hands in public.We are glad to have you peoples as a client who needs our help and we serve peoples very well. 

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