Trip Grade:Strenuous (****)
Meals:Breakfast + Lunch + Dinner
Transportation:Private Vehicle / Aeroplane
Trip Route:Kathmandu – Nepalgunj – Juphal – Dho Tarap – Numa La/Baga La – Yak Kharka - Juphal - NepalgunjShow All
Phoksundo Lake Trekking is the unique trekking region, the another world for the visitors in terms of its topography and the amazing life style. It is the land of Bon-Po faith. This is the religion originally from western Tibet and later adapted by Buddhist teachings and religious practices. There are some dissimilarity between the Bon-Po and the Buddhist practices. The Bon-Pos walks around counter clockwise whereas the Buddhists circumambulate clockwise. So, Phoksundo Lake Trek offers golden opportunity to be familiar with the special aspect of their culture, ancient and rather animistic rites of Bon - the old pre Buddhist premitive religion of Tibet are still alive, with their partly shamanistic ceremonies.
People in Dolpo are found in their own religious costumes and treading along with yaks. There is no any effect of modernism yet and the place is found unspoiled, hidden heaven. Dolpa is one of the last sanctuaries of medicinal plants in western Nepal. 407 species of medicinal plants grow in Dolpa and are used by Aamchis (traditional healer). We can see the famous blue sheep (Bharal) and snow grouse in the trek Lower Dolpo. Another destination in Lower Dolpo Trek is the Phoksundo Lake passing through eroded landscape and waterfall from Ringmo. The blue-deep Lake, located directly below Ringmo, is surrounded by high, glaciated mountains and shelters.
Day 01:Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350 m) and Transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel
Day 02:Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley and Trek Preparation. O/N at Hotel
Day 03:Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (150 m), 45 min. O/N at Hotel
Day 04:Fly to Juphal (2,475 m) and Trek to Dunai (2,140 m), 4 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 05:Trek from Dunai to Shahar Tara (2,730 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 06:Trek from Shahar Tara to Laina Odar (3,370 m), 8 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 07:Trek from Laina Odar to Toltol (3,523 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 08:Trek from Toltol to Dho Tarap (3,945 m), 5 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 09:Rest day, explore Bon Monasteries, Visit local village & School. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 10:Trek from Dho Tarap to Namu-La Base Camp (4,440 m). O/N at Tented Camp
Day 11:Trek to Numa-La (5,310 m) and to Danigar (Baga La Base Camp - 4,512 m), 9 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 12:Trek from Danigar to Baga-La (5,170 m) and to Yak-Kharka (3,860 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 13:Trek from Yak Kharka to Ringmo (Phoksundo Lake), (3,641 m), 4 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 14:Trek from Ringmo to Chepka (2838 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 15:Trek from Chhepka to Juphal (2,475 m), 5 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp
Day 16:Morning flight from Juphal to Nepalgunj and from Nepalgunj to Kathmandu. O/N at Hotel
Day 17:Leisure time in Kathmandu, Shopping and Farewell Dinner
Day 18:Departure to the International Airport
Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu (1,350 m) and Transfer to Hotel. Overnight at HotelUpon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, in Kathmandu, our representative from Himkala Adventure heartily welcomes you and transfers to the hotel. You could feel the jet lag so that it is time to take rest after check in hotel and you could explore Thamel market in your leisure. Overnight in Kathmandu
Day 02Sightseeing around Kathmandu Valley and Trek Preparation. O/N at Hotel After breakfast, we get ready for the guided city tour to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. First we head towards the Monkey Temple. It is called lovingly because there are about 460 monkeys living in this conical shaped hill. This is in fact very old stupa built in Tibetan architecture. The view to the adjacent hills and the valley view seem gorgeous if it is not hazy. After this, we visit to Kathmandu Durbar Square where there we visit the Kumari House, Palace, courtyards, many Hindu Temples stone inscriptions and the museum. The third place, we drive from Kathmandu Durbar Square takes 8 km to the Boudha Stupa, the biggest stupa, in southern Asia, is full of spiritual vibration. The fourth place the famous Shiva Temple is about 2 km far from here. There we can see the cremation Ghats and many Hindu temples which have occupied 264 hectors of land and are really spacious. After the day tour, we return back to hotel and give you briefing about the Lower Dolpo trekking that we begin from the next day. Overnight in Kathmandu
Day 03Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj (150 m), 45 min. O/N at Hotel We fly early in the morning from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. It is 45 minutes flight. The scenic flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj gives us thrilling experience. After we land, we transfer to the hotel. Overnight at Nepalgunj
Day 04Fly to Juphal (2,475 m) and Trek to Dunai (2,140 m), 4 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp It is 35 minutes flight from Nepalgunj to Juphal, then we start trek to Dunai which takes about 3 hours. After taking lunch at Dunai, we visit central gumba and the local people and try to understand their way of living, about their culture. Overnight at Dunai
Day 05Trek from Dunai to Shahar Tara (2,730 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp After breakfast, we follow the track through Thulo Bheri River. The trail is busy with the load carrying mules to the upper Dolpo. The trail is flat and we easily reach to Shahar Tara. Overnight at Hotel
Day 06Trek from Shahar Tara to Laina Odar (3,370 m), 8 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp After Shahar Tara, we won’t be able to find the settlement until and unless we reach to Dho Tarap. The trail fluctuates and finally reaches to Laina Odar. Overnight at tented camp
Day 07Trek from Laina Odar to Toltol (3,523 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp After breakfast, we set out for Laina early for Toltol. The trail rises up and goes down to Dho Khola, the beginning of Thuli River. There we find the fascinating landscape of Dolpo region with rocky hills, flora and fauna. Overnight at Tented camp
Day 08Trek from Toltol to Dho Tarap (3,945 m), 5 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp We are completely in the dry region of mountain beyond the tree lines. We hardly can see the bushes, wild roses and wild flowers. We ascend to Dho Valley where the valley gets wider and we can succinctly see the Dho Valley with crops on the field. The monastery from the distance can be seen with its colorful prayer flags in the upper ridge of the valley. Overnight at Hotel
Day 09Rest day, explore Bon Monasteries, Visit local village & School. O/N at Tented Camp It is the day to take rest and acclimatize with the high altitude. So, we better can walk around and gain some height today. Dho valley is long and lies on east to the west. We can visit the Bon Monastery on the eastern part of the valley. We can hike to the hill. Another place we can visit the Crystal Mountain School. Overnight at Hotel
Day 10Trek from Dho Tarap to Namu-La Base Camp (4,440 m). O/N at Tented Camp Today, after breakfast, we continue our trip to Tokyu, a village similar to the Dho Tarap.We cross the small river and visit a newly built monastery and goes ahead to Numa-La Base Camp.In this elevation, we find the crowd searching for the Yarsha Gumba (half insect , half plant). Overnight in tented camp
Day 11Trek to Numa-La (5,310 m) and to Danigar (Baga La Base Camp - 4,512 m), 9 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp After breakfast, we begin our trek to Numa La early in the morning. We climb steeply up about an hour and about 3 hours gradually upward. It looks like the mountain desert. We step down to Baga-La Base Camp and another 4 hours take to get down to Danigar. Overnight at Tented camp
Day 12Trek from Danigar to Baga-La (5,170 m) and to Yak-Kharka (3,860 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp Danigar is located on the bank of Panklanga Khola. We cross the bridge over this river and climb vertically up to the Baga La. It takes about 3 hours to reach to the top. From the top, we can view the panoramic landscape of mountain peaks.We trek down to Yak Kharka which takes further 3 hours. Overnight at tented camp
Day 13Trek from Yak Kharka to Ringmo (Phoksundo Lake), (3,641 m), 4 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp This is the region of bushy area. We walk about an hour through such vegetation and another 2 hours take to cross the cliff and narrow rocky path but the view from there seems very unusual.After we reach to Ringmo Village, we explore the village and further climb to the Phoksundo Lake. There is a monastery on the north corner of the lake. The lake view from the courtyard is awesome. We retrace back to Ringmo nad spend night over there. Overnight at Hotel
Day 14Trek from Ringmo to Chepka (2838 m), 7 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp Today, we trek down to Chhepka. It is the easy way down through the forest. We can see the beautiful waterfall running out from Shey-Phoksundo Lake. The trail is craggy and dusty which descend down to Amchi Hospital. We can visit the Amchy Hospital and the Amchy monks. The monks are found collecting herbs, grind the herbs and distributed to the needy people. Overnight at Hotel
Day 15Trek from Chhepka to Juphal (2,475 m), 5 hrs. O/N at Tented Camp After breakfast, we follow the Phoksundo River and gently ascend up and down to Sulighat where there is National Park Headquarters. Then, we join the trail that we started on the first day of our trekking. We climb uphill to arrive at Juphal. We can stroll around Juphal in the evening. Overnight at Hotel
Day 16Morning flight from Juphal to Nepalgunj and from Nepalgunj to Kathmandu. O/N at Hotel We fly from Juphal to Nepalgunj and take the second flight from Nepalgunj to Kathmandu. After arrival at the airport in Kathmandu, we then go the hotel and spend the rest of our time remembering those trekking days and. We get together in the dinner with Nepalese Cultural Show. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 17Leisure time in Kathmandu, Shopping and Farewell Dinner After the long trek to Lower Dolpo region, you could have the day spare to refresh yourself or manage your luggage before your departure. If you further like to do day tour around Kathmandu valley, Himkala is always ready to arrange your trip. We even can lead you for shopping in the typical local market in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur or in Patan (wherever you would want). In the evening, Himkala has arranged the dinner in the typical Nepali restaurant with Nepalese Cultural Show. Overnight at Kathmandu
Day 18Departure to the International Airport Your trip to Lower Dolpo from Himkala Adventure ends today with great exaltation. We escort you to the airport 3 hours before to your flight schedule. You could spend time for shopping in the local market if you have enough time before departure otherwise; we leave you on airport with gratitude that you joined Himkala Adventure for the Lower Dolpo trekking. We wish you have your safe journey to onward destination. Namaste!!!
Himkala Adventure would like to quench the thirst of all necessary questions answers about Phoksundo Lake Trekking for all curious travelers/trekkers in the world. As you are entirely from different geographical location, you could better to know everything about the treks from the beginning i.e. airport pick up till your departure like airport picks up, drops off, accommodation in city, in the trek, guide and porters, safety for the trekking, food and accommodation and some other things that you might face on the way. Hope our endeavor listing these questions answers will help you self informed.
This is simply the outlines of the services we offer but it may differ as per your requirement, number of trekkers. What we go through our conversation, we will manage the means of transportation, hotels in the city, accommodation in the trekking, numbers of porters etc. This is general idea about Phoksundo Lake Trekking before your trip and you become clearer about the trek. Please feel free to contact us to get more information about the trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal.
1) How is Phoksundo Lake Trekking in Nepal?
Phoksundo Lake Trek offers an outstanding trekking experience in the remote western region of Nepal. The Phoksundo Lake Trekking goes through remote locations admiring the beautiful rain shadow landscape of the Himalayas, the fresh water Phoksunda Lake, reflected in the colorful barren slopes of the mountains. This is also one of the few areas where the pre-Buddhist Bon Po religion is still practiced. While on the trek, we get to muse at the yak caravans that maintain the traditional salt trade with Tibet. We also cross two high passes- Numa La and Baga La-and reflect on life amidst the tranquil waters of Phoksundo Lake.
2) What physical fitness do I need to book this trip?
Every trekking in the Himalayas of Nepal require the certain level of physical and mental fitness.So, we advise you to be in good physical shape and able to feel comfortable while hiking up and down 7 to 12 miles per day on a trail carrying a day pack of about 10 pounds. Three things could make you confident enough for any trek you would like to do: aerobic, strength and mental.
Aerobic conditioning is important primarily because you will be trekking in thinner air, up to 40% less than at sea level. With good aerobic conditioning, you will be able to better metabolize whatever oxygen is available to you. You should plan on doing at least one hour of aerobic 3 /4 times per week for 1 month or more before your arrival in Nepal. Walking, jogging, cycling, hiking on valley floor to ridge line ascents with day back are some of the excellent forms of exercise, so long as you are strengthening leg muscles and building stamina. Speed is not the essence; stamina, confidence and continuity are.
3) How do I find Himkala Adventure for my pick up at the airport?
Our representative from Himkala Adventure will display a small board of company or with your name outside the airport terminal. You will be driven to the hotel by our tourist vehicle.
4) What sort of accommodation do I get in Kathmandu?
Normally we provide standard rooms with twin sharing accommodations at three star or similar category hotels in Kathmandu including breakfast. Accommodation in these cities can be upgraded as per your request. But some of our packages are sold without accommodation in the city.
5) How is camping trek during Phoksundo Lake Trekking?
Camping trek to Phoksundo Lake is fully organized and supported, with a team of guides, cooks, and porters to accompany you. Our porters carry all the trekking gear, food, fuel and personal belongings. Our cooks prepare hot meals. Trekkers need only carry a small bag as required for the day. At night, tents for dining, sleeping and ablutions tents are provided and set up, also mattresses and down-filled sleeping bags, tables and seating.
In a typical camping trek, we start the day around 6 a.m. with a cup of hot tea. You are then provided with a bowl of warm water for washing. Then trekkers enjoy breakfast before leaving camp. The trek begins around 7.30 - 8 a.m.Trekkers can set their pace for pausing and sightseeing and the walk to the lunch spot will normally take 3 hours. On arrival, you are served hot lunch. In the afternoon, after walking for another 3 to 4 hours, you arrive at the next camp around 5 p.m. Tea & snacks are served while our staff readies the camp. Dinner time is around 6/7 p.m. in the dining tent, lit with lanterns and comfortably furnished. The food is healthy, wholesome and hygienically prepared.
6) What mode of transportation do I use?
We will provide the private transportation for Airport/Hotel/Airport pick up and drop and sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley. We use transportation as based on our cost inclusion section. The transportation varies depending on your requirements at the time of booking the trip.
7) What is the best season for this trekking?
The best season for Phoksundo Lake Trekking is spring (March to May) and autumn (September to December). These are the perfect time of the year for the breathtaking views of Himalayas with clear and sunny days. But the weather in the mountains is unpredictable.
8) What is the weather and temperature like during the trekking?
The climate in Nepal varies from place to place which can be categorized in different four main seasons. The main seasons in Nepal are spring (March to May), summer (June to August), autumn (September to November) & winter (December to February). The best season to travel in Nepal is autumn (September, October & November) & spring (March, April & May). Weather in the mountains is unpredictable. But the day temperature in Phoksundo Lake Trekking is comfortable.
9) Who will be guiding me during this trip?
We provide the professional government license holder English speaking trekking guides for our entire trekking trip. We can also provide French, Spanish, Japanese, German or Italian speaking guides as per your preference with extra payment but not guaranteed. All guides will be Nepali people who are carefully selected on the basis of their appropriate experience, leadership skills and personality. They are all trained from Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management, certified and approved by the Tourism Department of Nepal government. We provide a different city tour guide to guide you in UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu. They are the professional license holder guide specialized in culture, history, geography, iconography, archeology and religion with good command over English. Tour guides are specialized in city tour and trekking guides are more in the hiking and trekking in the Himalayas.
10) What sort of experience do your guides have?
Our entire city tour guides have bachelors to Master Degree academic education along with many months tour guiding training from Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management, Rabi Bhawan, Kathmandu, Nepal. They are fluent in spoken languages and informative about the sites in many aspects. They are quite experienced and dedicated to their job and responsibilities.
Our entire trekking guides have minimum Intermediate to Master Degree academic education with trekking guide training from Nepal Academy of Tourism and Hotel Management, Rabi Bhawan, Kathmandu, Nepal. Many of them are from villages. As they are local, they know more about the routes, necessary precaution to be taken and so on. They have spent many years exploring many parts of the country. They are trained in first aid and able to handle any situation easily. They speak good English and make you know about the places you visit.
11) May I charge my electronic devices during Phoksundo Lake Trekking?
This is fully camping trek, so we may not be nearby any settlements. You could better manange extra battery or any other alternatives.
12) What is the social and environmental responsibility of Himkala Adventure for this trip?
The situation of environment in Nepal is in considerable stage due to so many factors caused by global warming, human activities, and adverse effects of natural incidents. Nepal is in between two giant countries like China and Nepal. The ozone layer is depleting and the atmosphere is getting heated. So, its direct effect is to the Himalayas that the snow is melting day by day and the sea level is rising. It is due to population growth, people are clearing the forest and the soil is being eroded. As a part of society, and our trekking related activities are directly concerned with the social and environmental things. We are very conscious not litter in the open spaces, to manage garbage properly and make local people aware in this campaign. We are working together with other companies and taking these issues seriously.
13) What is the minimum number requirement for this trip?
We operate individual trip to the group joining trips for Phoksundo lake Trekking. If you want to do any private trip we are ready to organize for solo traveler as well with some additional charges.
14) Are there communication or internet services during Phoksundo Lake Trekking?
We highly recommend taking local SIM card for call and internet services during trekking. Local SIM cards are easily available in many stores and at airport as well. You need to provide two copies of your photographs and your passport copy to get local SIM CARDS of NCELL & NTC (only these two companies provide telephone services in Nepal
15) May I add extra days in trekking?
We are ready to operate your holidays as per your interest and requirements. You can spend extra days on your loving or favorable places or even can make it shorter. We will always do our best to manage your hotel bookings, flight booking and everything.
16) What happens in case of emergency?
Himkala Adventure has prepared for any emergency situation and knows how to handle it. Our guides are trained in first aid and can deal with most of the basic ailments that occur during the trek. Every client should have his own insurance before coming to Nepal for the case of emergency.
17) Do I need to have insurance for this trip?
We request you to have a travel-insurance policy to cover theft, loss, medical problem & emergency helicopter evacuation from high altitude places before coming Nepal. Choose a policy to cover your emergency high altitude helicopter evacuation with all medical insurances for trekking in high altitude in the Himalayas of Nepal. Your travel insurance is always needed before going in any high altitude trekking. Please check your travel insurance policy which doesn’t exclude mountaineering or alpinism. Although you will not be engaging in these activities in your trekking, you might have problem convincing the insurance company of this fact. Rescue insurance need to cover an emergency helicopter evacuation or a charted flight from remote mountain trails of Nepal as well as international medical evacuation. A helicopter evacuation might cost US$ 2500 to US$10000 depending on the places. So that travel insurance to cover all above is must to travel in the high Himalayas of Nepal
18) What type of shoes should I wear during Phoksundo Lake Trekking?
You could better have carefully chosen hiking boots with extra laces and camp shoes, which should be kind of strong, well-made but light boots for Phoksundo Lake Trekking. Shoes and boots are best to buy before arriving in Nepal. We advise you to wear your new shoes for sometime before trek so that you could feel well habituated on the newer trail for your feet.
19) Can I use credit cards in Phoksundo Lake Trekking?
Of course not, you can use only in the cities like Kathmandu but not in Phoksundo lake Trekking route. When you are out of city, all you need is cash, better to have small notes. Please change the currency in local Nepali rupees before you go to the mountains.
20) Do I need to tip my guide and porter? How much would that be?
Tipping is not mandatory, neither it is right to ask by anyone but it is a way of showing gratitude after taking service. The level of tip also shows how satisfy you are from the team that you had been during your tour/trek.However, we recommend you to spend minimum 10% of your total trip cost for tipping entire local staffs, the ratio of tipping guide and porter will be given to you at the pre-trip meeting in Kathmandu before starting the trek.
The cost of trip varies according to the number of travelers in the group, the category of the Hotel, mode of the transportation and any kind of changes (if there is). So, if you would let us know all of these above mentioned things, then we could quote you the exact price.
You are requested to send the following documents after you confirm or book the trip with Himkala Adventure:
A copy of your passport and travel/health insurance documents with contact details, three passport size photos.
It is advised to maintain a separate photocopy of all important documents including traveler’s cheques, bank/ATM card, contact numbers, international flight tickets, and emergency contact numbers.
The main trekking season in Nepal is from October to December and March to May. The day temperature for walking to Phoksundo LakeTrekking is comfortable. The sky is clear although there is snow and rainfall occasionally. It is about 10 degree centigrade at the height of 3,600 m and increasingly lower, the higher we go.
Extreme Weather and Airport Closures:
Weather conditions in the Himalayas are unpredictable. Flights can be cancelled or delayed due to bad weather. Flights to and from Kathmandu/ Nepalgunj/Juphal may get cancelled or delayed. There is no other alternative except having patience for the good weather or have some optional trip around or chartering helicopters. You will be accommodated at your joining hotel at your own expense.
There is much more progress in the political scenario in Nepal and we assure you that travelling in Nepal is safe. But there may be Bandha (wide transport strikes) at a very short notice. The shuttle bus is in operation by Nepal Tourism Board and the Nepal Tourist Police in conjunction with the Himalayan Rescue Association from domestic and international terminal to the various hotels in Kathmandu. The service costs 300 rupees per person.
Himkala has thoughtfully designed all the itineraries but our itineraries are updated for the betterment on the basis of our past travelers’ comments and our own research. In case you find changes in the itinerary you printed and the upgraded one does not affect your trip. Please note that some changes may occur in our itineraries due to bad weather and common seasonal changes to timetables and transport routes.
Your trip will be meaningful if you could find yourself fit and fine. You will be walking up to 5,170 m from the sea level. As the geographical region varies, there is a temperature variation as well. So, we advise you to undertake regular physical exercise, jogging, hiking, riding, ascending and descending the long stairs etc.
Himkala Adventure organizes solo to group travelers. Our group trips are designed for sharing accommodation and there is no single supplement. Single travelers share with the same gender from twin to multi-share in an accommodation. You are requested to have mutual understanding in between the fellow travelers who have joined from the different parts of the world. Please remember that you have great responsibilities in the group. If you are requested to be at a particular place at a certain time, make sure that you have been there at a time. It is much more pleasing sharing experiences and traveling together.
Accommodation and Meals:
Accommodation and Foods in the Himalayan region of Nepal cannot be compared with any developed countries in the world. We know that you might not have experienced such things before but you should take it easy. Accommodations at local lodges are simple but clean and comfortable. The food is plain. Toilets and washing facilities are shared and rudimentary. In high altitude regions, there are very few tea houses and one has to be happy to share in simple dormitories without electricity, without running water. Hot shower means a bucket of hot water upon our request.
Please note that most establishments in Asia will not accept foreign currency notes that are old, torn or faded and they can be very difficult to exchange or extra fees added when exchanging at banks. Please ensure that you have new, clean notes.
The official currency of Nepal is the Nepali Rupee (NPR). ATMs can be found only in major cities of Nepal like Kathmandu, Pokhara, Chitwan, Bhaktapur etc. The government of Nepal has banned the import, export and use of 500 and 1000 Indian rupee notes in Nepal. You make sure that you won’t carry these notes upon arrival in Nepal, otherwise they are confiscated and you may be fined.
Please make sure that the foreign currency notes that you have are new and clean notes because old, torn or faded foreign currency notes in Nepal are very difficult to exchange or extra fees added when exchanging at banks.
While travelers cheques have security advantages exchanging them can be a lengthy process, commissions can be high (up to 10%) and they can be difficult to change in rural areas, on weekends and public holidays. If you choose to bring travelers’ cheques, make sure they are a major brand and major currency.
Tipping is not mandatory. It is not anyone’s right asking for tips but if you are happy with the service, you could tip the staffs. It is entirely a personal preference. Tipping could be significant to them who took take great care of you in your traveling period. Himkala recommends that you could tip any intended recipient by any member of the group than collected and passed on by the group leader.
Note: Please do not tip with coins or dirty and ripped notes. This is culturally taken as an insult.
Local Dress in Nepal:
Nudity is a sensitive issue in Nepal. Women should avoid wearing shorts and sleeveless tops in public places where this might be seen as inappropriate. Remove shoes before entering certain holy places. Non-Hindus are not permitted in some temples.
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