Beyond trekking in Nepal there is so much to see and do in this amazing country and across the whole of South Asia region. Far too much to cover in this specific Nepal trekking website.
To help you find useful information about Nepal and surrounding countries, here are a few sites that we rely on for interesting and trustworthy information.
General Nepal Information
Lonely Planet – This country Lonely Planet guide for Nepal is a good online resource.
Rough Guides – Great series of helpful guides and info articles about travelling in Nepal.
Tripadvisor – 20 Important Tips for Travellers to Nepal.
Wikitravel – We love Wikitravel articles. This on for Nepal is particularly good.
National Geographic – Awesome series of articles and photos on Nepal.
Tripadvisor – Comprehensive and reviewed list of things to do in Kathmandu
1001 things to do in Kathmandu – This Facebook page is really good.
Cool list of 10 things to do in Kathmandu – If you are short of time in Kathmandu this list provides a really quick and focused guide of the key sites
The Roofs of Kathmandu – Ms Z., a Croatian expat now living in Kathmandu, shares her cool and inspiring stories of living in Nepal. Great read for expats!
Other Interesting Nepal Blogs
White Girl In A Sari – Super interesting blog by an Australian journalist called Casey and her insights on intercultural relationships, culture, Nepal and Australia, and how life is anything but ordinary when two cultures come together.
Taste of Nepal – This great blog, written by Jyoti, explores the flavors, cuisine, culture, and festivals of Nepal.
Nepali Australia – This cool blog by “M” follows a Nepalese born Australian living in Sydney, Australia and Nepali guy. The blog brings together the experiences of M living in the West with Eastern values, and is well worth visiting.
Nepal Mero Maya – For German readers this Nepal blog is fun and insightful!
With Love, From KTM – Poetic musings from a very talented writer in KTM.
Nepali Blogger – One of the first blogging communities in Nepal. Nepaliblogger.com comes from the idea of uniting bloggers of Nepal and developing blogging as an alternative media in the country.