Lodging and Transportation in Nepal 2016

Most of the hotels in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Pokhara were not seriously damaged by the earthquakes. When the fuel shortage abates the level of comfort and services in these areas should return to the previous standards. The major roads in the Kathmandu valley and to Pokhara and Chitwan are also in good shape with buses running on limited schedules.

All domestic flights are on their regular schedules. If you are planning to arrive in Nepal this year you can check with us on the current fuel and transportation situation.

View from Bhaktapur Paradise

View from Bhaktapur Paradise

Our guests who have already completed treks with us this fall have enjoyed the traffic-free cities and peaceful solitude in the mountains. In many ways this is the best time ever to visit Nepal.

Please feel free to contact Andrew or Shree by email, skype: itreknepal or andrew-itreknepal or phone any time if you have any questions or would like to have us arrange a Nepal trek, volunteer assignment or tour.

The new Heritage Hotel in Bhaktapur!

I saw a fantastic new hotel in Bhaktapur called the Heritage Hotel. It is decorated with ancient carvings and all the furniture is handmade and local! A true gem and the only one of it’s kind in Bhaktapur. There are beautiful dining areas, views of Bhaktapur, and a terrace on the top floor where they will soon be serving breakfast.  Each room is unique and it is a family owned business with a friendly staff; a perfect addition to the amazing city of Bhaktapur.

For more information about hotels in Nepal visit the iTrekNepal website.