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A huge variety of travel styles and activities

Can I find out who else will be on my trek? 
If you have booked a tour directly with Travel Bird Nepal you will be sent a personalized invitation to join Travel Bird Nepal Live – our dedicated Travel Bird Nepal social platform. Once you have done this, you can set up your Trek profile and then approximately four weeks before departure we will open up the group for your departure for you to connect with other registered Trekkers on the same trip. Don’t panic if you can’t find everyone booked on your trip – not everyone will use Travel Bird Nepal Live but you will meet everyone when you join your trip. You can also try our forum and Facebook page to connect with other Trekkers. 

How much luggage can I bring? 
One suitcase or rucksack with a maximum weight of 20 KG, plus your sleeping bag and one carryon bag for the van. Be sure to check the weight allowance of your luggage with your airline as well. 

Which is best to take, a rucksack, soft holdall or suitcase? 
For Mountain rucksack is generally better. There may be a few occasions where you will not need to carry your bag short distances and a soft bag or suitcase would be ok. So prefer rucksack.

Where can I charge things during my trip? 
For lodging tours your hotel room will have an electrical outlet (don’t forget your travel plug adaptor), as well as you having the van charging points. Although remember you will have to take it in turns to use these so it’s always worth bringing a spare camera battery! Generally in mountains there are not good electricity and fluctuate every time.  


Will there be Wi-Fi available? 
We have Wi-Fi available, in city. In mountain, camp sites, hotels and hostels will also have Wi-Fi but it may be charge some to use it. (Per 1-2 cent usd).

Will my mobile phone work whilst I am away? 
You’ll need to check with your network provider as to whether your mobile phone will work in Nepal (Rooming), , prepaid SIMs or international mobile handsets All Travel Bird Nepal travelers are eligible for a free SIM card. You may recharge for call or message as well internet by data. . 

Do I need a visa? 
You need to make sure you have a valid passport and any necessary visas for your tour. As a general rule you will need a passport with at least six months validity following the end of your trip. The visa requirements for your trip may vary depending on where you are going, and where you are from. It is important that you check which visas you will need, and apply for each of the necessary visas whilst in your home country. Normally, For Nepal travel you will get on arrival visa. However there are limited countries will not get on arrival visa. Traveler should be applied them embassy or tourism depart at the same country before travel to Nepal.  Here are the restricted countries.