Safety & Security: It is very natural to be exposed to the unseen circumstances in Nepal amidst of the adventure you are willing to seek. The main health concern in Nepal is to either the diarrhea or the respiratory infection. There are other factors like mountain sickness, rare but possible infectious disease, accidents while trekking or even death. Death rate due to falling rock or loose trail is very rare and 1 out in 7000. In the case of death it is something inevitable but for sickness there are some precautions to be taken on serious note. Nepalese government does not require any immunization from a traveler to enter the country. It is very important to consult it with your doctor for the vaccination but some recommended vaccination are Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Japanese encephalitis, meningococcal meningitis, Polio, rabies, tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis and typhoid.
With the advancement of urbanization it is obvious that the possibilities of criminal activities as well have gone up and it is important to be safe in any destinations in the world. Amidst of the mentioned fact, it is widely accepted as well as observed that majority of the population still are warm, humble and welcoming. Most of the people country around are protective of their belongings and are often protective of their guest’s goods but nevertheless it is utterly important to guard your personal belongings and avoid haphazard consequence. It is recommended to never carry something around town or village or on the trail exposed if you cannot afford to lose it. Also it is very important to be careful and not leave your cell phones, clothes, bags or any of your belongings out in the open unattended as in some part of the Himalayas the nomadic Tibetan consider unattended items as discarded ones.