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FAQ Nepal

Please check here for the most frequently asked questions about traveling to Nepal (FAQ Nepal)

How do I get to Nepal?

In order to fly directly to Nepal from your home country, Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) in Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal. Thai Airways, Gulf Air, Qatar, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Korean Air, Etihad Air, Silk Air, Air Arabia, Druk Air, Jet lite, Dragon Air, Air China and Cathay Pacific carry most of the foreign travelers to Kathmandu. If you buy tickets from any other airlines, you will probably connect with one of these airlines for the final leg of your flight. Alternatively, if you have valid visa, you can also travel to Nepal via India and Tibet (China).

When is the best time to visit Nepal?

October and November is considered the best time of the year. The main festivals of Dashain and Tihar (greatest Hindu festivals) fall during these months. The sky will remain clear and the temperature is pleasant. February-May are also months for travel, as you will see rhododendrons blooming in the mountains while you are on trek. December and mid-February will be snowy and cold in the mountains, still very good times to come.

What are my options to come to Nepal from India?

You can fly between Delhi and Kathmandu as there are many flights available in this sector. There are a number of overland entry points for travel by road and you could come by train to Ghorakpur, travelling the rest of the way by road (see below).

Do I need visa to enter Nepal?

All foreign nationals, except Indian citizens, need visa to enter Nepal.

What do I need to get my visa?

You need a valid passport, two passport size photos and money.

Where do I apply to get my visa?

The best way to apply for visa is from the Royal Nepalese diplomatic missions in your home country. The other choice is to get it from Immigration Office at the entry points of Nepal. You can get a visa on arrival at Tribhuvan Airport.

How to book the trip?

To book any of our trips, you are requested to fill our online booking form or just send us a simple e-mail with your requirements. We charge 5% of the total trip cost, which is a non-refundable deposit. We will send you a comprehensive trip itinerary after booking.

What are the entry points of Nepal?

They are:

  •  Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu
  •  Kakarvitta(Jhapa)- Eastern part of Nepal that has border with India
  •  Birgunj, (Parsa)- Central part of Nepal that has border with India
  •  Jamunaha (Nepalgunj)( Banke, mid-western part that has border with India)
  •  Mohana(Dhangadi)(Kailali, Far western part that has border with India)
  •  Gadda Chauki (Mahendranagar)(Kanchanpur, Far western part that has border with India)

What are my options to come to Nepal from India?

Please note that Delhi-Kathmandu-Delhi flight is very busy and without proper reservations in advance it can be difficult to get seats.

Alternatively, you can travel overland to Nepal from India by bus. There are three main entry points: Sunauli-Bhairahawa, Birgung-Raxual and Kakarvita. The Sunauli border crossing is the best option to make your entry into Nepal from Varanasi; the Birgunj crossing is the easiest from Calcutta and Kakarbhitta is the best crossing point from Darjeeling and Sikkim. These overland trips from India can be quite long and stressful and are not recommended for those people who want to have stress-free travelling.

What is the payment method?

You can pay us by cash/travelers check/visa or master card while booking the trip with us. There will be certain bank charges if you pay by credit card.

Do we need to cover travel insurance?

Yes, we advise you to get your insurance cover from your home country.

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