Nepal Travel Info

Nepal Travel Info

  • Entry Permit

    City / Temples / Monastery Nationality Fee Per Person Bhaktapur SAARC Others per entry Nrs. 100/- Per entry USD 15/- Patan SAARC Others per day Nrs. 100/-...

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  • Ticketing

    Global Adventure trekking is specializes in Ticketing to our all valued clients. Nepal is the paradise for the flight one place to another. Global adventure trekking offers you all domestic and international ticket in the following destination of Nepal. There are not too many flight schedule and air craft to make a frequent flight. National flag carrier Napal Air lines company does not have sufficient air craft....

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  • Hotel Reservation

    Global Adventure trekking offers you the Hotel booking in Nepal. GAT is sure to provide the best hotel/Resort and lodge/guest house in the best deal as we are the reputed trekking and travel company in Nepal. We have some suggested hotel in different part of Nepal. Kathamndu Hyattt Regency 5 Star...

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  • Flora & Fauna in Nepal

    Ranging from the subtropical forests of the Terai to the great peaks of the Himalayas in the north, Nepal abounds with some of the most spectacular sceneries in the whole of Asia, with a variety of fauna and flora also unparalleled elsewhere in the region. Between Nepal’s geographical extremes, one may find every vegetational type, from the treeless steppes of the Trans-Himalayan region in the extreme north and the...

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  • Museums & Libraries

    The National Museum The National Museum located on the way to Swayambhunath Hill is most popular among the Kathmandu people. It holds not only ancient artifacts, but also interesting mementos of recent kings and recently used firearms. A visitor to the museum will understand much about the way wars were fought in this part of the world and the type of firearms that were used to conquer Nepal...

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  • Sightseeing Tour in Nepal

    Kathmandu Durbar Square Kathmandu Durbar Square Durbar literally mean Palaces is in the heart of old city Kathmandu in Basantapur. . Kathmandu valley was divided into 03 kingdoms from 9th century onward till 1768 AD. The founding of the Palace dates back to Licchavi times. With considerable renovations by Malla rulers and later the Ranas, construction was accomplished progressively over many centuries. There are around 50 temples...

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  • Religion of Nepal

    Hinduism According to 2011 census Hindu is the major religion of Nepal. Approximately 81.3 percent of the Nepalese people identified themselves as Hindus. It is also believed, according to Nepalese theology that Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are the main God and Goddess in Hinduism. Also, the people of Nepal follow Buddhism and Hinduism together due to the existence of religious tolerance. The same person can follow...

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  • Getting Nepal

    Air: There is just one International Airport at Kathmandu: Tribuvan International Airport. It is becoming increasingly more difficult to get direct flights to Kathmandu; recently NA and Aeroflot cancelled flights from Europe and Singapore Airlines will soon drop its flights to Kathmandu. One good piece of news: Malaysian Singapore Airlines is start operating a flight to Kathmandu. However, Biman, China Southwest, Druk, Indian Airlines, Pakistan International, Qatar, Thai...

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  • Nepal Travel Information

    Welcome to the land of myriad of Tourism destination. Nepal is known to the rest of the world as the land of mighty Everest and loard Buddha, The symbol of Peace. It is not all, Nepal is the home of some largest peak in the world, fast flowing river, tranquil lakes, ancient monuments and timeless culture and tradition among others. Nepal is a tiny landlocked country between India...

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  • Travel in Nepal

    Nepal lies in between India and China (the Autonomous Region of Tibet). Nepal is the home of mighty Himalaya and several different spices of birds, mammals and reptiles. The total population of Nepal recoded to be about 26.62 Million according to the recent survey done my the central Bureau of statistics, Nepal. Nepal has 101 ethnic groups and 92 languages are spoken. Nepal is a landlocked country with...

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  • Visa Procedures

    Visa Procedures For Nepal Diplomatic Visa Official Visa Tourist Visa Non-tourist visa Study Visa Business Visa Residential Visa Non-residential Nepali Visa Transit Visa A visa is required to enter Nepal except Indian National. One can get a visa at the Royal Nepalese Embassy or consulate or at the airport upon arrival. Two copies passport sized photograph are required to...

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  • People of Nepal

    Nepal has a population of more than 25 million consisting of more than 70 ethnic groups having different cultures and spoken languages. The distribution of the different ethnic groups reflects the geographical diversity of the country. The majority of Nepal's population is of indo-Aryan origin, the remaining are of Tibetan and Bhotia, inhabitants of northern Nepal and Mongoloid inhabitants of the central belt. Some Major Ethnic Groups Of...

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  • Climate of Nepal

    The climate of Nepal varies extensively as you move from one region to the next. From facing the coldest and most bitter conditions on Earth to facing the sweltering heat of the plains, all happens in Nepal within a short distance. The extreme difference in temperature and climate are due to altitude variations. In general, the summers are cool in north and winters severe, while in south summers are...

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  • Geography of Nepal

    Nepal lies between China in the north and India to the south. It is spread over an area of 147,181 sq. kms and geographically, divided into three regions- the Himalayan, Hilly, and Terai with altitude varying from 70 to 8,848 meters. The Himalayan region occupies 15 percent of the total area of the country. The northernmost region of the country is divided into 16 districts. Covered with snow capped...

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  • History of Nepal

    The history of Nepal is believed to begin in the 7th century BC with the arrival of Kiratis from the east, considered to be the first inhabitants of Nepal, who also brought Buddhism to the country. Buddhism was replaced by Hinduism in the 3rd century, when the Licchavi kings from India defeated the Kiratis. Caste system was also introduced during this period. Nepal history is divided into three category-...

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