getting ke Nepal

Access to Nepal

Flights: Getting there by air is the simplest and easiest way because the land access to Nepal is not recommended. By air, different air channels right from Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo- Japan, Korea, and from Shanghai- China from the Asia-pacific. You can also enter from Indian states like Delhi, Mumbai, Banarashi, Banglore, Calcutta as many flights has been operated by Indian Airlines and newly launched two private air company Jet Airways and Sahara Air. Getting here is also possible from Islamabad, Pakistan and Dhaka of Bangladesh. This is the access point from SAARC countries. Also, lot more tourists in Nepal arrive from the Gulf Nations, Doha of Qatar via Qatar Airways and Abudhabi of UAE via Gulf Air/air arabia/ethiad air. The access point from Europe, Vienna Austria, the Austrian Airlines and Transavia Air operates their flights in the high seasons only. Nepal's only one International Airlines, RNAC (Royal Nepal Airlines Corporation) operates linked flights in different destinations. 
Nepal's only international airport is Kathmandu's Tribhuvan Airport. If you want to see the mountains as you fly into Kathmandu, make sure you sit on the right-hand side of the plane. The departure tax plus tourism service fee for international flights is US$25, or US$20 to destinations on the Indian subcontinent.

Overland: The classic overland routes between Nepal and India are still popular. There are three main crossing points: Sunauli-Bhairawa, Birganj-Raxaul Bazaar and Kakarbhitta-Siliguri. The Sunauli border crossing is the best one from Varanasi, the Birganj crossing is the easiest from Kolkata, and Kakarbhitta is the obvious choice from Darjeeling. North of Nepal, there is only one entry from china. Tatopani (khasa) border is one extry and exit point which road connect Lhasa.

Getting Around 
Nepal Airlines and several private companies offer domestic air services. Public buses play almost every paved road and some unpaved ones too but they are incredibly uncomfortable, tediously slow and sometimes among others chicken and goats may be your co-passenger. There are however, few services between Kathmandu and Pokhara, Chitwan aimed specifically at tourists, which has acceptable comfort & timely. There are no trains and no drive-yourself rental cars in Nepal. Cars with drivers can be hired. 
Local transport in the Kathmandu Valley and around Pokhara includes metered and un metered taxis, buses, auto-rickshaws, bicycle rickshaws and bicycles. 
When to Go It is difficult to generalize the climate and best time to visit Nepal due to altitude variation. In the main October-November is the start of the dry season and is in many ways the best time of year: the weather is balmy, the air is clean, visibility is perfect and the country is lush following the monsoon. February-April, the tail end of the dry season, is the second-best period: visibility is not so good because of dust, but the weather is warm and many of Nepal's wonderful wild flowers are in bloom. In December and January the climate and visibility are good but it can be chilly and discouraged from trekking. The rest of the year is fairly unpleasant for traveling: May and early June are generally too hot and dusty for comfort, and the monsoon from mid-June to September obscures the mountains in cloud and turns trails and roads to mud.


  • EXOTIC Kathmandu Valley - 6 Days 5 nights Day 1 : Arrival Kathamandu Transfer to Hotel , sightseeing some places if have enough time & Dinner.Day 2 : After breakfast Morning visit Dakshinkali Temple , Chovar gorge, Kirtipur old city. / Lunch / Afternoon ...
    Posted Jun 8, 2015, 9:08 PM by Vietnam Travel Tour
  • Nepal & Bhutan 8 Hari Kathmandu - Phokara - Nagarkot - Sharankot - Paro - Thimphu Bhutan is the happiest country in Asia, and 8th happiest countries in the worldDAY 1: ARRIVE – KATHMANDU-NAGARKOT (L/D)Upon arrival, you ...
    Posted May 20, 2015, 9:32 PM by Vietnam Travel Tour
Showing posts 1 - 2 of 2. View more »