Tourism Videos

Tourism Videos

Nepal

Tourism Videos

Sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know and when it comes to Nepal there is a lot to learn. Our library of over 100 videos will help to inspire you as well as to inform you about what you need to know about Nepal. For example, will you need to bring tablets for your water, buy water each day in a plastic bottle or how should you manage drinking water? We have a video for that. We explore the festivals, traditions, what to see and what to do. We even have a short video on simple vocabulary words you’ll want to use. We explore ATM and other money issues, medical values and options in Nepal, transportation and many, many other topics. You’ll definitely want to binge on the videos before you get to Nepal. It will help you with planning, what to bring, best ways to manage your time and money issues-just too many topics to list here. So check out What about Nepal on Youtube. Our affiliate links are about saving you money and providing some great introductions to some valuable links for traveling. Privacy.com, for example, will save you a lot of money each year and a lot of headaches if you buy things online that automatically renew. It’s free to use and I love it. It really isn’t an actual affiliate link; it’s more of a referral link because we both get $5 when you give it a try. I love the service and seldom need to pay the high charges of Paypal and other online processing sites; I use Privacy.com for free. CheapOAir is one of the best places to find bargain travel values. Just put in your home city and where you want to travel to and you’ll get some amazing deals in your email in the days to come. We always want to do things the environmentally friendly way, so you’ll find a link for moon cups, the environmentally friendly way for women during that time of the month.

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