“discover with local expert” Govt. Reged. No.: 61846/ 065/066  |  Tourism Reged. No.:  1111

  • Getting Into Nepal

    How to Get Nepal? BY LAND If you want to enter in Nepal by land, you can get into from India and Tibet. From Tibet, you have to cross the border at Kodari and take a bus to Kathmandu. It is about 7-8 hours drive to reach Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. From India, take a train from Gorakhpur…

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  • Country Information

    Nepal is a landlocked country, located between the giant countries: India and Tibet. It is a tiny country with stunning airborne peaks in its eastern and northern border. It is a paradise for travel leisure. They include trekking, tours, mountaineering and various other adventure activities. The geographical structure is diverse that has been divided into three parts: the Himalayan region,…

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  • Best Time to Travel Nepal

    The best seasons/Time to Travel Nepal are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). Days are warm enough and nights are cold in these seasons. As the weather gets cleared, the breathtaking views of the Himalayas, green hills, forests and the surroundings can be explored.  Beside this, if you want to travel in monsoon, there are some regions…

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  • Culture and Customs in Nepal

    There are variations in culture and customs in Nepal. Being a tiny country, there are people from different cultural background. They belong to different religions like: Hindu, Buddhists, Christians and Islam along with other religious groups. But the country is famous for its social harmony between different social and religious groups. Nepalese worship cow, so beef is not allowed publicly.…

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  • People and language in Nepal

    The population of Nepal was recorded to be about 26.62 million according to a recent survey done by the Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal. The population comprises of about 125 ethnic groups. They have their own origin and language, customs and festivals. Nepali is the official language in Nepal, however, the government is managing to pride the services in their…

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  • Currency and foreign exchange

    The Nepali rupee (Rs) is divided into 100 paisa (p). There are coins in denominations of one, two, five and 10 rupees, and banknotes in denominations of one, two, five, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000 rupees. You can exchange the foreign currencies at the authorized money exchange counters. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/nepal/money-costs#ixzz3LaJeiRcV 

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  • Visa and entry procedure

    All visitors except the Indian nationals must hold passport and valid visa to enter into Nepal. Visa can be obtained at the Nepalese embassies or consulates abroad. Visa is also issued at the entry points like Kathmandu International airport upon arrival. Children under 10 years need not pay any visa fee. People willing to get entry Visa required filling the…

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  • Health and Safety

    Owing to a sudden change in climate, altitude and other factors, it is obvious that there could arise some alterations in your health. It would be hard to know all aspects of Nepal's health problems. However, it would be useful to gather information on altitude sickness (AMS), diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, hepatitis rabies, typhoid, tetanus, meningitis diphtheria, malaria and HIV/AIDS. Common…

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  • Electricity in Nepal

    Electrical Plug/Outlet and Voltage Information for Nepal In many parts of Nepal, you will find electricity. Hydro-electricity is the main source of it along with solar power. Nepal use 220-240 volts to power their appliances. You have to know this information in order to save your electric devices. Some other countries use 110-120 volts of electricity, and accept very specific shaped…

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  • Travel Insurance and Awareness of Current Conditions

    Nepal, where our mighty Himalayas beckon the bold and the brave year in and year out, is one of the most popular trekking havens on the planet.  Kathmandu is both our capital and the primary base for backpackers, where anything and everything one would need for a trek in the outback can be found.  Nevertheless, like most countries in the…

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  • Customs Formalities

    All your baggage must be affirmed and cleared through the customs on arrival at the entry. Personal effects are permitted free entry. The green channel at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) is for the passengers without any dutiable goods and red channel for the passengers carrying dutiable goods for the customs clearance. Remember, you cannot export the ancient paintings, sculptures and…

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