5 Tips For Traveling To Nepal On A Budget

5 tips for traveling to Nepal on a budget

5 tips for traveling to Nepal on a budget. Whether you’re heading out for a challenging Langtang Tilman Pass Trek, trekking in the Everest region, or just going for a jaunt in the tourist spots of Nepal, every trekker thinks of seriously lowering their bank balance. But that’s not true when you find some travel advice.

Visiting the tourist place of Nepal on a budget is not a difficult task when you find cheap accommodation and place for food. However, budget travel is not only about cheap food and accommodation, it is also about spending less money. So if you want a successful budget trip in Nepal while taking care of your bank balance, we have got some tips for you:

1) Learn to haggle

Haggling is something that is sure to come in handy on your travels. Whether you’re going street shopping or dealing with your stay, you should bargain to pay less. The first rule of the deal is that you never accept the raw prices quoted. Nepalese have great bargaining skills and don’t let it go to waste.

2) Find a cheap place to stay and shop

If you are traveling to Nepal on a budget but want to sample local delicacies and shop for souvenirs, always look for somewhere cheap. Most tourist places charge high prices, but you can get it cheaper in another part of town or town. Find the best place and save money.

The same applies when you are trekking in the mountainous part of Nepal. Ex: When you head out for the 3 Everest Trek, stay at a local’s home rather than finding an expensive luxury hotel.

3) Stay away from the main market

The main market area is always very expensive and crowded on that street in Nepal. You can save some color if you stay in a less popular area rather than the main market. Make sure you have access to local transportation or rent a private car to get around town with ease.

4) Local benefit

You can access more local information about the place than any travel guide or guidebook can offer you. They used to live here and they know the place right. You can ask the locals about the price of the hotel and the foods and find out which is best. Being friends or simply talking with them can save you money and also add a unique travel experience.

5) Buy a budget travel package

If you want to buy the premium travel package, we suggest you to choose the budget travel package. There are many travel and tour packages that offer an attractive travel package on a budget to their customers. Find the best travel package, bargain and find the best price for your adventure.

If you want to travel Nepal independently, we suggest that you hire a guide in Kathmandu which can be much cheaper than the budget travel package.

Please be aware to book hotel and plane ticket in advance in high season to secure your travel.