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This place is busy with heavy pollution, I would advise getting a face mask for walking around.
It is one of the main tourist areas and has a wide verity of shops. You should shop around for items as they are all priced differently at...More
This place is wonderful for tourists. There is everything one can need for trekking/climbing. Lots of restaurants, cafes, pubs & bars. People are very friendly. No vehicles allowed during rush hours. Secured & always guarded by police.
If you really an Adventurer and really wanted to disconnect from your day to day schedule take a Bike rideTo to stunning beauty of Nepal.
Let me share with you all my fellow travellers it’s been always a planning to go Nepal the nearest closest...More
You can really bargain here, so do it. There is so much to see and so much to buy. Just make sure you don’t over pay. Enjoy the Nepali experience. I went twice during my stay in Nepal as I loved it so much. Check...More
When researching my trip to Nepal I saw so many people speaking about Thamel and saying it’s the best place to stay. I have come to find that these people are liars. The locals just haggle you, scam you and try to sell you hash....More
We are staying in the heart of this district in Kathmandu. It’s great for shopping, cheap prescription glasses, eating and people watching. You do risk your life wondering around as there aren’t any pavements. Pedestrians, cars, motorbikes, traders & rickshaws all compete for the same...More
This is the tourist area in Kathmandu. There are plenty of areas to shop, eat and drink. It’s very central and an easy walking distance to many of the main attractions. For about $5 AUD you can catch a taxi to the Monkey Temple or...More
Thamel is where most tourists go when they are in Kathmandu. No motor vehicles are allowed in the main part of Thamel, so you can walk around safely without having to dodge traffic. There are plenty of places to stay at various price points as...More
Night life is enjoyed with many many discos,bar,cafe ,live musical club ,pobs .All kinds of delicious foods are there.Many many hotels,shops,treaking agencies are in Thamel. But smill and croudly market .
Yes, its better to have rain cover jacket and off course an umbrella if you just come to visit Kathmandu but if you want to do trekking then you need rain cover jacket, warm down jacket, wind proof taujar, trekking boot... More
Yes, its better to have rain cover jacket and off course an umbrella if you just come to visit Kathmandu but if you want to do trekking then you need rain cover jacket, warm down jacket, wind proof taujar, trekking boot, three pair of trekking socks, three tishirt, two highnack, drinking water bottle , sun glasses, gloves, hat, light etc..but which region will you visit
Response from mikefriedman | Reviewed this property |
Yes-Suggest plenty of Camping gear available ,but as we were already set up did not particularly take notice. Would be pretty certain you would have no problems- Also sure they are available in Pokara.