The land of the Himalayas and the raw natural beauty awaits your visit. Nepal is one of the most unexplored and scenic countries in the world that should be travelled by every individual, at least once in their lifetime. If you are planning to visit this beautiful country and explore it in depth, then you have come to the right place. This informative guide will make you all prepared to visit Nepal, just like an insider and that too without causing a dent in your pocket.
Visit Nepal – The Halal Way
Nepal might be a little isolated, but there are a lot of options for you to visit it without any trouble.
Nepalese Rupee is the primary currency that is used in the country. 1 USD equals to 106 Nepalese Rupee, which makes the value of a dollar really significant in the country. This is one of the primary reasons why you can travel a country like Nepal in an extremely affordable manner.
Flying from a Middle Eastern country to Nepal will take only about 5 hours or so. There are a lot of flights from Dubai to Katmandu (the capital of Nepal) with a frequency of more than once a day. The airfare won’t cost you more than $800 if you plan your flight at least a few months before the trip.
Places to Visit
There are a plenty of places for a Halal travel to see in this beautiful country. Let’s take a look at a few of them:
The capital city has a scenic beauty that will amaze you. With plenty of gardens, meadows, highlands, and view of the Himalayan glacier, the capital will surely take you by surprise. It is not like any other metropolitan city that you might have visited.
Kathmandu has a peaceful aura around it that will certainly make your senses calm. When you are there, visit the Jame and the Kashmiri Mosque, which is an essential place to visit for every Halal traveller in the city.
You can stay in the city for 2-3 days, exploring it as a local. It won’t cost you more than $50 per day to roam around and eat the local cuisines (like Chicken Momos), which are a mix of Chinese and Indian food. Since it’s the largest city in the country it has a fairly good amount of Muslim population. Try to visit the old market, where you can get Halal food.
The centre of Kashi district, it is highly known for its scenic beauty and snow covered mountain ranges. Located almost 200 kilometres away from Katmandu, it is the gate to the trek that goes to the Annapurna ranges. Annapurna translates to the goddess of food in Hindi – without a doubt, the land is known for some of its delicious Indian dishes that one must try.
Though, while having these dishes, try to prefer the vegetarian meal, as the meat might not have been prepared in the Halal way. It is a gorgeous valley and has 7 lakes nearby. You can visit The Muslim settlement or the beautiful Jame Mosque, located in the area. One should stay for a day or two in the city, which won’t cost you more than $200 (including a little shopping).
After travelling for 140 kilometres away from Pokhara, you can visit the astonishing town of Chitwan. The town hosts the famous Royal Chitwan National Park, which is renowned for its flora and fauna, and is the home to animals like alligators and rhinos.
Participate in the various activities in the forest and get to know more about the local tribe that stays there. The visit will make you see a whole different side of the world. Your trip to the National Park and one night stay in this town won’t cost you more than $100-150.
Wild, beautiful, and natural – Nepal is one such country that has preserved its raw essence with time. Visit Nepal today and follow the above tips to have a great time!