Though a lot of that percentage is relegated to working for sustenance rather than profit or export.Most agricultural produce is rice, corn, sugarcane, tea, dairy and buffalo.When in Nepal, visitors should be vigilant as to where their belongings are and not have valuables on display.
One way of breaking the scam is to open the bottle for the child, which will then benefit the children.
There are some dance bars in Nepal, particularly in Kathmandu, where tourists are charged large amounts for drinks and harassed.
It is also advisable not to leave any drinks unattended because drink spiking, leading to robbery, does happen.
Theft is becoming a big problem in Nepal and there have been incidents of trekkers being confronted by groups of men demanding money, as well as muggings and robbery in the cities.
However unless you are from India this can by quite difficult to achieve legally.
Tourist and business visas are quite easily available for many people.Another increasing problem are the attempts to set up partnerships with foreign visitors.These typically involve financial assistance exporting goods or establishing shipping routes and promise large returns which never materialise.Nepal still has some challenges with child labour, where small children can be seen on building sites and factories.Nepal is a beautiful country, but also one of the poorest in the world.Another common scam in Nepal is that a child approaches tourists and asks them to buy some milk for a baby.