In Nepal, living a very nice and friendly people. But you can feel it, only if they themselves will be completely sincere and friendly to them.
In general condescending attitude to tourists, to know some of the traditions of communication is necessary.
In Nepal, to greet each other clasped palm to palm of his hands and saying "Namaste." The word "Namaste" is also used instead of "Good morning, afternoon and evening, thank you, please, and be healthy."
When photographing people, be considerate and ask permission if the person clearly does not show the desire to be photographed.
In Nepal, there is not only its own system of chronology. Age is also considered to be different. Once the baby is born, he immediately "becomes" a year. So speaking of age, it is necessary to specify whether it is a normal age, or "Nepali".
Not to accidentally offend Nepalese do not step over a person lying, and even through his legs. With his left hand something to give or receive is not accepted, because the Nepalese consider it "evil."
- Tips are accepted but not required. In the restaurant you always bring change. If you liked the food and service, paying bills, give the waiter a sign that the deposit is not necessary. The same situation in the taxi.
- Bargaining: bargain – a sign of good manners, and with the right approach can reduce the price of 2, 2.5, 3, … times.
One should always remove their shoes before entering a temple or monastery.
Buddhist stupas and other religious buildings made to go around clockwise. Many Hindu temples are closed to visits are not Hindus. Signs state that the entry for "hindus only", but in practice, it turns an ordinary face-control, because outside of their religious beliefs are not visible, and national identity is obvious.
Marijuana and hashish are readily available, but their use, in addition to some reasonable cause, may be limited to imprisonment.