Accommodation in Nepal

Nepal facilities each aspect of hosting tourists visiting the country. In terms of accommodations also, it has a wide range, from five-star international hotels to budget lodges and tea houses.

To ensure a quality stay, we recommend using the facilities and services of government-registered hotels, lodges, and homestays. Most hotels provide you with a choice of bed and breakfast, bed, breakfast, and one other meal, or room and full board dishes. 

The bustling cities in Kathmandu, like Thamel, offer moderately facilitated accommodations, whose rates might not include toilets and showers as they are generally communal. However, heating may ask for additional cash. These types of small hostelries are mostly preferred by budget tourists.

The mountainous areas of Nepal are also facilitated by a variety of accommodations in your availability. While on some trekking routes, tenting might be the only alternative when the residential villages are scanty and a long way off the trail. Although most trekking paths provide lodges or tea houses to accommodate travelers. Yet, do stay on the safer side and look up the required information before embarking to make a journey on them.

During the high trekking and traveling seasons of Nepal ( Autumn and Spring), hotels work at their fullest capacity and are well booked in advance. Therefore, booking hotels as per your needs after doing proper background research would be an excellent idea in the peak season.