Nepal Entry FAQs

How would I get to Nepal?

So as to fly specifically to Nepal from your nation of origin, Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu is the main worldwide air terminal. Numerous universal aerial transports work their flight to/from Kathmandu, which incorporate Thai Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar Airways, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Korean Air, Etihad Air, Silk Air, Air Arabia, Druk Air, Jet lite, Dragon Air, Air China and Cathay Pacific. On the off chance that you purchase tickets from whatever other aerial shuttles, you will likely associate with one of these carriers for the last leg of your flight. Then again, if you have valid visa, you can likewise go through India and Tibet (China).

While coming by land, what are the entry points?

  • Pani Tanki/Kakarbhitta (Jhapa, Eastern border with India)
  • Raxual/Birgunj (Parsa, Central border with India)
  • Sunauli/Belahiya (Bhairahawa, Rupandehi, Western border with India)
  • Rupaidiya/ Nepalgunj (Banke, Mid-western border with India)
  • Mohana/Dhangadi (Kailali, Far-western border with India)
  • Banbasa/Mahendranagar, Gaddachauki (Kanchanpur, Far-western border with India)
  • Khasa, Liping/ Tatopani on the Tibet, China-Nepal border respectively.

What are my alternatives to come to Nepal from India?

You can fly in the between of Delhi and Kathmandu as there are numerous flights accessible in this segment. There are various overland entrance focuses for go by road too and you could travel via train to Gorakhpur, venturing to every part of whatever is left of the route by road as said above.

When is the best time to travel?

In the view of rise, Nepal is partitioned into three zones – the high mountains, the mid-slopes and the level fields called the Terai.The Mount Everest region, Langtang and Annapurna trekking destinations in the mountains are cool as the year progressed. So, if you are going trekking, the best months for walking are September to December and February to May. At the time, the sky will remain clear and the temperature is pleasant.The mid-slopes, including Kathmandu and Pokhara, are cool with the exception of in the late spring months from May to July.Temperatures in these urban areas amid the mid-year stay much cooler than in numerous urban communities of the district. Lumbini and Chitwan in the Terai plains are hot in summer (March –July) but cold in winter (December-February). Still, very good times to come throughout the Year in summer and in winter as well.

How safe is Nepal to travel?

It is safe to stroll around the city from morning to late night until the shops are shut down. Be that as it may, you are advised not to trek alone. Trekking with a guide from a registered agency is the best security. Try not to show your money or lavish things. Continuously lock your room and things.

Do I need a visa to enter into Nepal?

Every single remote national, with the exception of Indians, need visa to enter into Nepal. Multiple entry visas for 15 days (US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency), 30 days (US$ 40) or 90 days (US$ 100) can be obtained from any Nepalese embassy or consulate office abroad. You can likewise get a visa on landing in the Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu or at the Immigration Office at the entry point of Nepal.

Traveler visas can be extended for a time of 120 days at the Immigration Department in Kathmandu or Pokhara.
What do I need to get my visa?

A substantial identification (a valid passport) and one visa size photograph with a light background is needed. Immigration Department has not indicated the size of the international ID size photograph. Visa can be acquired just through payment of cash in the following currency: Euro, Swiss Franc, Pound Sterling, US dollar, Australian dollar, Canadian dollar, Hong-Kong dollar, Singapore dollar and Japanese Yen.

MasterCard/Credit Card, Indian money or Nepalese currency are not acknowledged for installment of Visa fee.
Do we need to cover travel insurance?

Yes, we advise you to get your insurance cover from your home country.Your Travel insurance must cover against personal accident, medical expenses, emergency evacuation (Helicopter rescue) and personal liability (theft of items and materials). We also recommend that it covers trip cancellations, loss of luggage and personal effects.

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