Beyond being a renowned Cultural and Heritage destination, Nepal boasts a rich array of delectable cuisines that showcase its cultural uniqueness. Nepali food stands distinct from Western fast food, with its centerpiece being the traditional national dish "Dal Bhat" – a comforting combination of lentil soup (dal) and white rice, accompanied by flavorful vegetables and meats. But the culinary journey doesn't stop there; you can also savor Newari specialties, Thakali cuisine, Tibetan-inspired dishes, and more.
Throughout your tour, dining options will be plentiful at restaurants. However, during longer drives or on highways, finding suitable eateries might be challenging. It's wise to consider bringing energy bars, dried fruits, nuts, or chocolates from your home country or from Kathmandu to ensure you have the necessary sustenance.
Important Note: If you have specific dietary needs, restrictions, or allergies, please inform us when booking your trip. Our on-site teams will make every effort to accommodate your requests, although local limitations might hinder offering an extensive array of alternative menus. For trips involving high energy expenditure, it's advisable to plan ahead by stocking up on essentials like energy bars, dried fruits, chocolates, etc., to ensure you maintain adequate calorie intake.