Nepal: A Tourist's Manual
Taking a vacation to Nepal just got a lot easier with the new eBook, Nepal: A Tourist’s Manual. There are over 1,000 tips and tricks to dealing with Nepal as a tourist. Face it; you don’t have the time or money to waste with the limited time you have to be here. More
Coming to Nepal?
You’ve got your passport, airline ticket and a copy of the Lonely Planet or Rough Guide. Now what? Our easy to read ‘everything you need to know’ guide will tell you everything else you need to know to have an incredible time in this amazing Himalayan country. Very little in this book is what you find in traditional guidebooks. For example, Lonely Planet will tell you to try Ju Ju Dau if you get to Bhaktapur, but fails to tell you what it is. Not only does Nepal: A Tourist’s Manual tell you what it is, but it will tell you how to score some of this delicious curd for half of what other tourists spend for it. Nepali society is very interesting yet extremely difficult to understand, but you won’t even know you don’t understand it. Nepali are so polite they won’t tell you what they are really thinking, and, yes, they are as lovely as their worldwide reputation. Our eBook, Nepal: A Tourist’s Manual, is packed with tips and tricks to dealing with your time here, everything from getting the most for your souvenir rupee, staying safe and getting the most out of your vacation in Nepal.
What kinds of things are in the book that you couldn’t learn elsewhere or figure out on your own?
-How to save 400 NRs. with each ATM draw and 762 other money saving tips
-Don’t waste a single day with illness-Our readers do not need to get the Kathmandu Quick Step. We have devoted an entire chapter on health and safety.
-Transportation tips-Taxis are not metered and the standard charge is 1,500 NRs. to go less than 5 KM if you do not know how much it should cost.
-Know when to take a public bus and when not to-yes you can take a bus ride. Other guide books tell you it is too complicated to use
-Over 100 tips for fun, unique things to do during your ‘off’ days in-between your major activities
-What to take home from Nepal. Some things in Nepal cost less that $2 here that would cost over $50 in the West.
-Our checklist on what to bring and what to leave at home will get your vacation off to a great start.
-Should you purchase an electric adaptor for you mobile phone or computer?
-Should you bring trekking equipment or buy it here? Maybe you should rent some items. You will learn what you need to know about this issue.
-What should you expect from a trekking guide and do you really need one?
-How to keep from making the same mistakes Western tourists tend to make.
You will be able to hold it together while other tourists and complaining and having total meltdowns because you will understand what’s actually going on and what to expect. You will be prepared for the unexpected because not every contingency is predictable. A few tips will give you all the insight you need. Everyday tourists come here and do completely inappropriate things and they never even know it. The Nepali people are just too polite to tell you. I wrote this book because I was so confused for the first year I was here. I did everything wrong; I paid too much for everything I purchased, I insulted people without knowing it and I got so sick and went to an unsafe, local hospital. But all through this time I never stopped loving Nepal and I never regretted my decision to live in this amazing country. I finally got ahead of the learning curve. Unless you have a year to stay in Nepal or unlimited money to spend here this eBook is guaranteed to make your vacation to Nepal not just better, but amazing. If it doesn’t help you as much as you hoped please ask for your money back-even if your travel plans change and you decide not to come to Nepal. Just let me know and I will happily, quickly send you a full refund. Our eBook is guaranteed to help you deal with a host of topics regarding your next trip to Nepal.