18th October, 2022

Things to do and not to do during trekking in Himalayas

Things to do and not to do during trekking in Himalayas

Nepal is a beautiful country located between china and India where we can find lots of reflections of this giant country that all are on the base culture, fashion, entertainment, and so on. Nepal is a land of mountains with beautiful seen and scenarios and has long treks and trails as well as a deep down gorge, beautiful rivers, hilly regions, and snow-covered mountain regions. So nowadays Nepal become an ultimate touristic destination for different purposes. As we know that tourism will coverts transforms and translate every aspect of the different human community such as the behavior, interest, passion, choice, thinking, and vows between individual elements of a different society. We think that these above transformations have significant impacts on our life. Alternatively, we mean after any means of tourism will keep a remarkable impact on our entire life. Here we are going to list the actions and behavior that you shouldn’t do while visiting Nepal.  

  • Trekking in a group is far better and more secure rather than trekking alone.
  • Greeting everyone Nepalese with Namaste is more fruitful rather than saying hello.
  • Don’t give money to any street beggar and homeless people and females.
  • While in the Himalayan range use almost boil water if not possible you can use natural spring water by mixing water purifying tablets.
  •  Don’t follow the street broker guide city guide while roaming around the city.
  •  To avoid altitude sickness drink more water (about 5 liters) and sleep less, work less, and climb less height in a day.
  •  You can taste the street food with local Newari tests like bara which is made from lentils and another testy food is momo (buff, chicken, pork, veg) which you can test in thamel local street.
  • Do not go to the more cheap and more risky bars as well as massage and spa in Thamel.
  • Wearing shoes and leather belts around the religious temple is strictly not allowed in Nepal.
  • Kissing and hugging in public places usually seem uneven but Nowadays in special functions and celebrations, it is emerging as used to in next-gen Nepalese youth.
  • Avoid the unwanted crowd where you may be suffered from unwanted chaos and there may be the risk of theft.
  • Smoking in Public transport and using foul language in public shouldn’t accept.
  • While using data on the internet do not aspect fast and reliable services also Atm services for cash transaction is not available redundantly in the high Himalayan region.
  • If you are not a big fan of spicy food then avoid street food made from spicy ingredients.
  • Don’t use the mentality of right-handed driving rules means while driving on roads you must navigate through the left side.
  • You must avoid the left hand while giving something to others and also do not use it while feeding.
  • Don’t use taxis which have no any meter fitted and nowadays in spite of this vehicle you can use a number of transport applications like Pathao, In driver, tootle viz.