Nepal Travel Info

Welcome to the land of the myriad Tourism destinations. Nepal is known to the rest of the world as the land of mighty Everest and Lord Buddha, The symbol of Peace. That is not all, Nepal is the home of some largest peaks in the world Mt. Everest, a fast-flowing river, tranquil lakes, ancient monuments, and timeless culture and tradition among others.

Nepal is a tiny landlocked country between India and China. Nepal offers varied tourism activities, ranging from hardcore adventure activities in the Himalayas to refreshing trekking in the hilly areas. Very excited Bungy jumping, Zip flyers, Canyoning, fun-filled Jungle safari on elephant backs in the low land of Tarai, and informative cultural tour of some preserved ancient monuments in the world. Do not forget Nepalese pleasing and hospital people who served guests as Gods.

Nepal is known as a living museum as you can experience the unique lifestyle, culture, and tradition of more than 100 ethnic groups. Despite being a country with multiple religions and ethnicities, Nepal is a great example of religious tolerance and communal harmony.

In general, all-female guests are suggested to wear long skirts until their calf. Wearing very short Skirts and looking unusual is not accepted by Nepalese culture. Nepal is the common Garden of all types of visitors, Nepal is the perfect transit point to India/Tibet, and Bhutan to travel.

As for the visa see the Nepal immigration link

  • Entry Permit

    Entry Permit City / Temples / Monastery Nationality Fee Per Person Bhaktapur SAARC Others per entry Nrs. 100/- Per entry USD 1,500/- Patan SAARC Others per day Nrs. 100/- per day Nrs. 1,000/- Bouddhanath Others Per entry Nrs. 400/- Swayambhunath Others per day Nrs. ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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  • Sightseeing Tour in Nepal

    Kathmandu Durbar Square Kathmandu Durbar Square Durbar means Palaces in the heart of the old city Kathmandu in Basantapur. Kathmandu Valley was divided into 3 kingdoms ...

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  • Religion of Nepal

    Hinduism According to the 2011 census, Hinduism is the major religion of Nepal. Approximately 81.3 percent of the Nepalese people identified themselves as Hindus. It is also ...

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  • Getting Nepal

    Air: There is just one International Airport in Kathmandu: Kathmandu International Airport. It is becoming increasingly more difficult to get direct flights to Kathmandu; recently NA and ...

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  • Travel in Nepal

    Travel in Nepal Nepal lies between India and China (the Autonomous Region of Tibet). Nepal is the home of the mighty Himalayas and several different species ...

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  • Visa Procedures

    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 for SAARC National ...

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  • Geography of Nepal

    Nepal lies between China in the north and India in the south. It is spread over an area of 147,181 sq. km and geographically, divided ...

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  • History of Nepal

    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 ...

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