What $35 a night gets you in Nepal

October 12, 2016 1 min read 0 Comments

What $35 a night gets you in Nepal | A Map to Anywhere

costs in nepal

costs in nepal

Costs in Nepal

I’ve stayed in hostels almost the entire time I’ve been in Nepal. The costs in Nepal are incredibly low. A well-rated hostel will put you back about $3.50/night for a dorm room.

I know! It’s crazy.

My first hostel was great. I got my own room in the hostel which cost me around $10/night. The owner was great. I loved the free breakfast and the owner was really friendly.

But then I hit my run of bad luck. Since then, I’ve had to cancel my plane ticket to India because I couldn’t get my visa in time, had a weird deal happen with my Annapurna hike where I thought I was paying for 9 days but got 6 and my next hostel put me into a tiny room under the stairs (much like Harry Potter’s cupboard) that smelled like gasoline.

Yet, I love Nepal

That being said, I love Nepal. Sometimes with travel, you just hit a run of bad luck.

And a room that smells like gasoline.

Since I couldn’t get my visa and I would be stuck in Kathmandu an extra 5 days, missing learning yoga in India, I decided I had to make the best of it.

I splurged big time, I went all out. I spent $35/day on lodging alone!

What did I get for $35?

Two queen sized beds overlooking a beautiful little garden, a huge, modern bathroom, in-room wifi and air conditioning.

 

 

 

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