Nepal is squeezed and landlocked with India in the southern, eastern, and western and Tibet (china) in northern frontier. Nepal, a paradise on the earth for all types of traveler. It has numerous variations of languages, (70 spoken), religions, cultures, more than 61 ethnic groups, geographic structures (flat land of Terai 50 meters from sea level to 8848 meters roof of the world Mount Everest), flora and fauna. Eight highest Mountain including Mount Everest from 14 mountains higher than 8000 meters in the world. The country has many ever flowing glacier rivers, thick tropical jungles, greatest mountain ranges and different climatic conditions. Owing to its diversity, you will find a special eco-system here. Various species of animals, rare in the world such as the one horned rhinoceros, red pandas are also found here. Nepal has an astonishing collection of sightseeing and adventurous opportunities. The country is home to different kinds of butterflies & of course birds.
Nepal has a rich culture, tradition and numerous festivals. Different kinds of festivals are celebrated throughout the year, based on the customs & beliefs in a particular area. The country is 1, 47,181sq. km in area and the capital city is Kathmandu.
Agriculture is the primary economic backbone of Nepal. Farming is the occupation of more than 70% people in Nepal. Tourism is major industry and since a decade remittance from Golf countries, Europe and US. Agriculture is the primary economic backbone of Nepal. Farming is the occupation of more than 70% people in Nepal.
Nepal has four major seasons, namely:
- Winter (December-February),
- Spring (March-May),
- Summer (June-august),
- Autumn (September November).
Nepal has unique geography which is unbelievable ever. Within it’s narrow border you will find complete climatic range, tropical to temperate, alpine to arctic. It’s culturally fascinated and geographically spectacular. The Himalayas extended from Assam, eastern India, north lies Tibet and remain share the flat border with India. Nepal divided into three geographical zones. Such as: Mountain zone, Hilly zone and flat land terai zone. Going from north to south are the summit laden Himalayas, the middle hills of the Shiwalik and Mahabharat ranges, and to the south the lush plains of the Terrain.
There are four seasons in Nepal. The winter is from December - February. Spring is from March to May. The summer from June - August and Autumn is September - November.
Nepal can be visited throughout the year, although activities as as safari excursion, rafting, trekking. Mountaineering, scenic Mountain flights are best from September to May (autumn, Winter & Spring)
Nepal Standard Time is 5 hours 45 minutes ahead of GMT and 15 minutes ahead of Indian Standard Time.
Kathmandu, the capital city is linked by both air and road. Flights link it with Delhi, Kolkata, Varanasi and Mumbai in India, Dhaka in Bangladesh, Karachi (Pakistan), Paro (Bhutan), Bangkok (Thailand), Singapore, Honking, Dubai, Frankfurt, London, Pairs, Osaka,Dhoha(Qatar) and Lhasa.
By road there are 15 entry points, the major ones being Birgun, Bhairahawa (Sunauli), Kakarbhita, Nepalgunj (from India) and at Kodari (friendship bridge) from Tibet.
No International certificates of vaccination regarding current inoculation against Cholera, Typhoid or Yellow fever are required.
It is advisable to bring along warm clothing while traveling from November to February and tropical wear from March to October.
Nepal is a religious melting pot and the major religions are Hinduism (90%) , Buddhism (6%) , Islam (3%) and the rest (1%) comprise of Catholics and others. But there is a harmony among the religions.
Nepal has almost 28 million people comprising of a variety of races and tribes, speaking different language and dialects.
There are more than 30 languages and dialects and as many distinct ethnic groups. Nepali is the official language and English is understood and spoken by educated people in Kathmandu valley and other major cities.
A visa is required to enter Nepal except for Indian Nationals. Indians must, however, keep identification papers while in Nepal. Visitors from SAARC countries and China most have to pay visa fees. Visitors can get visas at the major entry points mentioned beore upon arrival. Re-entry visas are granted free of cost to any visitor who has stayed for at least 15 days in Nepal in a visa year (January - December). Children under 10 are not charged for a visa unless they have individual passport. Visa fee payable only in USD cash. Minimum for 15 days USD $ 30.00, 30 days USD $ 40 and 90 days is USD $ 100.00 Visa can be extended from central immigration office Kathmandu and Regional office Pokhara. A visitor can stay 150 days on tourist visa in same visa year.
Visa fee is subject to change as per government rules and regulations.
No airport tax will be charge since from year 2008. It’s included in Ticket price.
A valid passport is required for all nationals except Indians. Indians must, however, posess valid identification papers issued from the govt. authority.
All baggage must be declared and cleared through the customs on arrival at the entry. Personal effects are permitted free entry. A tourist may bring in dutiable goods, such as tobacco and liquor, within the prescribed quantity free of duty. Carrying narcotics, arms and ammunition are strictly prohibited. Visitors can export souvenirs to their respective countries. The export of antiques requires special certificate from the Department of Archaelogy.
Import of Indian Currency by foreigners other than Indian nationals is strictly prohibited. All visitors should obtain a receipt for all currency exchange. The same should be handed over at the airport at the departure and generally 10 % of the amount exchanged can be reconverted from Nepalese Rupees into US Dollars.
The Nepalese Rupees is the local currency and is subdivided into 100 paises. The denomination of currency notes available are in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000 and coins in 50 paisa, 1, 2, 5 Rupee currently in circulation.
The country has many ever flowing rivers, thick tropical jungles, greatest mountain ranges and different climatic conditions. Owing to its diversity, we find a special eco-system here. Various species of animals, rare in the world such as the one horned, rhino are also found here. Nepal has an astonishing collection of sightseeing and adventurous opportunities. The country is home to different kinds of butterflies & of birds also.
Trekking tour is popular tourist activity in Nepal and every year thousands of foreigners come here for hiking, trekking and peak climbing in Nepal. Very few counties in the world can offer as many varieties of adventure trekking packages as Nepal. click YouTube
Nepal is well-known for mountaineering and peak climbing all over the world. It is the homeland of world's eight highest peaks out of fourteen peaks above 8000 meters. No doubt, Nepal has been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of mountaineering. Nepal Himalaya has always remained a source of fascination and inspiration for people from all walks of life in the world.
Sightseeing tour in Nepal. visit popular places of Kathmandu which are listed in world heritage sites. Kathmandu darbar square, swyambhunat, boudhanath, patan and other places tour
Nepal’s river systems fall into three categories as a result of the formation of its geography
Nepal’s jungle safari tours are almost as famous as its trekking tours and deservedly so. There are nine National Parks, three Wildlife Reserves, and three Conservation Areas
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