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    It's never a good idea to leave valuables in plain sight while you're not around, but they're safer on a trek than while you're staying in Kathmandu. almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Ask Phil via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Thank you very very much for you infomation, Ask Phil ! :) almost 5 years ago

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    if you don't bring camera or iPad, how can you capture and share the wonderful Nepal.... As far as I know, bringing these stuff are safe in Nepal and sate to use during trek unless you forget these thing somewhere.... almost 5 years ago

    Answered by Radhika Khanal via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    It is 100% safe to bring these things , BUt only you can access the internet in City area like kathmandu & pokhara . almost 5 years ago

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    Human nature is planet-wide so no-one can give you absolute assurances. Getting that rider out of the way, I found the Nepalese to be amongst the most honest, least covetous and most courteous of all the peoples I have met anywhere. You should worry a lot more in Europe, the Americas or Australia. Just take the standard precautions. And how can you not take camera to Nepal? I took my Leica M9 and I'm so glad I did! almost 5 years ago

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    Thank you guys a lot for your information. I am in Nepal right now and just back to pokhara from annapurna base camp. I brought all the staff i need for taking photos and video.thanks again! almost 5 years ago

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