Sampurna Adventure

Notes and Information of Interest


In our trips, as per our experiences, and emotions, is why we prioritize the choice of destination, of the place, and then we see what accommodations are best available. We choose between the possible offers for different reasons: kindness, warmth, proximity, quality and quantity of breakfast, and of course the value for money; if there are any places with not much to choose from, the quality could be variable.

We follow the best standard so we should have some category of the hotel – standard, medium, and luxury – but we like to project ourselves in our trips to accommodate our guests in the places where we feel comfortable with our philosophy. That is why we have other options as well, but sometimes we don’t. 

Our standard option is not necessarily the average price, it is the one with which we identify the comfortable.

Always keep in mind that hotels described below would be provided, but if in case of not availability or any other cause it is not possible to stay in them, similar alternative accommodation will be sought.



The lodges along the trek are often made up of structures with modest double rooms but adequate and a common dining area, yet they are typically welcoming and cozy settings. The restroom is shared and mostly found outside the main structure. Most of the lodges have a hot shower and battery charging facilities but some lodges may charge a small fee. Considering the constraints of transportation, space, and fuel, the food is typically remarkably diverse. We recommend ordering meals at the same time as preparing the meals to avoid excessive fuel consumption in the kitchen. Breakfast is typically ordered the night before, along with dinner.


Laundry facilities are offered by all of our hotels for a charge. There will be times when you may want to or have to do your laundry so we suggest you bring non-polluting/biodegradable detergents/soap.


All major cities in Nepal are accessible by road. Despite high mountains, steep slopes, and the deepest valleys Nepal has a relatively well-developed network of roads. That said, rarely will one find a length of either straight or flat road. In some stretches, one can encounter 6 to 7 bends per kilometer. Steep ascents and descents are characteristic of road travel in the mountainous region of Nepal, and this can make travel much slower than one may be used to. Average speeds for road travel rarely exceed 40 km/h, with tourist buses making it even slower. One is however handsomely rewarded for the long and sometimes tiring car journey, but you will enjoy an experience of a lifetime with the spectacular views of the highest mountains on earth, lush green jungle, ancient villages, and majestic monasteries. 


All local flights are included in your tour unless otherwise specified. As you have provided your passport copy at the time of booking to process those flights which will be issued locally and it will be given to you upon arrival or before the flight departure.


The local currency in Nepal is the Rupees. US dollars, euros, British pounds, etc. accepts in all tourist places or you may exchange them easily. Currency exchange rates fluctuate often so you may check rates at: 

ATMs are available out of the hotel and on every corner in the city that accepts both Visa and MasterCard. 

Most of the shops and big business houses in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan accept major credit cards such as Visa, Master, American Express, Diners Club, and JCB but they may charge a 2-4% transaction fee.


Nepal time


Tipping is a part of maintaining and it is also our cultural aspect, or nobody could avoid it on a trip. Tourism services are linked to the concept of tips in many parts of Asia and Nepal is no exception. 

The tip to our guide, to give or not which will be your criteria, but normally tipping guidance is usually about $ 5 or $ 6 per day, to the drivers a little less, same as the porters in the hotels.

The restaurants, tend to round up or leave a bit of the change. In addition, the bill usually carries the concept of “service charge” or “tip”, if this charge is included in the bill no need tipping otherwise it is normal to tip 10%, for the taxis it is not necessary to tip whereas you will have already negotiated the price.


Travel and trekking in Nepal are possible throughout the year depending on where you go. 

The monsoon season starts from June until mid-September, during this time the sky is normally covered and it rains abundantly with an interval of an hour, for the city tour it doesn’t bother if one knows to enjoy it in a different perspective. Apart from that monsoon time, it starts the colorful festivals in Nepal. June is the hottest month of the year. October to May is the best season for all activities of cultural & historical tours, trekking in the regions of Annapurna, Manaslu, Langtang, and Everest Base Camp Trek. During this season the weather is sunny, outstanding clear Himalayan views with cool and dry, and warm with outstanding vegetation views. 

There is a difference of 497 mm of precipitation between the driest and wettest months. The average temperatures vary during the year by 12.6 °C.

Between the driest and wettest months, the difference in precipitation is 519 mm. The variation in annual temperature is around 13.5 °C.

ELECTRICITY: 220 V / 50 Hz. During the trip, you may recharge the batteries of your digital items at hotels.

There are 3 types of plugs in Nepal/China/Bhutan:

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