Blue Flower

For my trip to Nepal in October 2019




"Learn from the mistakes or others, you can't live long enough to make them all yourself"



Get your vaccines done ;one of the first things I did was to get the appropriate vaccines for the country, especially given the fact that I was gonna spent a few days in a Monastery where one of the rules is "not to kill anything, even small insects", so you better be ready. Head to this link and see that they list for 'most travellers' three types of vaccinations, which is the ones I had:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Tetanus
  • Typhoid

You can get an appointment with your local GP and get all these 3 vaccines (it actually come in 2 shots only) done, but you are like me and can't be bother, you can visit this clinic in London where they'll give you all the required injections for a 'symbolic' price of £115

Travel insurance ;don't you dare to board a plane overseas without such an insurance. I got mine from the Post Office at the price of £57 (premier cover level) and for a coverage period of two weeks


Rather than online (who knows, I've heard there are many power cuts in Katmandhu) I obtained the visa on arrival: You need 30 US dollars, fill in your arrival card, of course 

Just before you travel, read thoroughly these websites full of great advice:

UK Government foreign travel advise to Nepal ;

Getting your visa for Nepal ;

General Advice, Dangerous & Annoyances ;

10 things you should avoid doing in Nepal ;

Useful tips too: 


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