10 days, June
Things to do:
-Swim in a Cenote. I don't have recommendations as to which one. This gal does
-Visit Tulum Ruins and make sure to swim in the ocean. The view of the ruins from Tulum beach was spectacular and the water was ridiculously blue. 
-Eat at Posada Mergherita. Yes, counter intuitive to recommend an Italian Restaurant in Mexico but the ambience and food was delicious. Enjoyed a two hour lunch here after a morning at Tulum.

I was pretty young when I visited so I don't remember any specific tips. 

1.5 months, April & May 
Things to do:
-If your cash allows, I highly recommend doing either the Everest Base Camp Trek or Annapurna Circuit. Getting into the Himalayas is one of the best decisions I've made.
-If you are wanting to do some kind of volunteer work, let me know and I can get you in contact with Ram Chandra who works with the NHHO. I had a very positive experience working for him. 
-Explore Kathmandu and Pokhara, both are very diverse cities, full of culture and life. 

-Make sure you have all of the required documentation for getting a visa once you enter Nepal. It will make your trip through customs much quicker. 
-Learn how to bargain, you will need it to get around the country. 
-Busses break down, people don’t arrive on time, flights get changed, and no one really cares. Once you adapt the hakuna matata attitude, you will fit right in.

To ask me any advice or questions, contact me here. I would love to hear from you!