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Nepal Tours

Nepal is located between the huge countries of India and China. This country is a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life making it one of the greatest tourist destinations for holiday in Asia. It is one of the diversified landscapes with low lands of Terai to housing the highest mountain peak in the world – Mt. Everest. Friendly and warm people with rich bio-diversity in ecosystem, culture, tradition, etc.

There are so many nature friendly locations that you have to explore in Nepal. One trip is not sufficient to cover it all. So, select your dates, time, and number of people traveling to this beautiful country earlier to avoid the last minute rush.

Visit the most ancient temples to the most urbanized towns, the amazing colors, taste, sounds, and nature of Nepal. There are various tourist experiences in the country all year around with rich culture and developing night life. This includes the famous "Dancing with the Gods" or "Lakhi dance festival" which is a treat to the culture enthusiasts. It is celebrated in September during the Indra Jatra Festival in Nepal. So, be there and celebrate one of the most colorful and joyous festivals in Nepal.

Visit Nepal in Year 2020 is one of the events to promote the Nepal Tourism to showcase the natural landscape, mountainside, and unexplored tourism regions around the country.

The Nepal tours offers excellent time to experience the essence of Nepal and Himalayan mountain ranges in a vivid and clear manner. We planned great tours that helps to make sure about the time planning, comfort and safety for environment and the most reasonable suitability with budget – friendly options to select from.

The region from Kanchanjunga to Saipal Himal is understood because of the Great Himalayan Trail. Kanchanjunga Conservation Area, Makalu Barun park, Sagarmatha park dwell the Eastern a part of this region.

In the middle part, there are Langtang Himal, Gosainkunda, Gaurisankar Himal and within the western part there lies Manang, Mustang, Mugu, and Dolpa. Tourist can observe sorts of flora and fauna during this region and is one among the main attraction for foreign tourists in Nepal.

Eight mountain peaks above the altitude of 8000m (Kanchanjunga, Lhoste, K2, Cho Oyu etc.) including the highest peak of the world Mt.Everest of height 8848m are in Nepal. These mountain peaks are suitable for mountaineering.

The Koshi, the Gandaki, the Karnali, and other rivers are suitable for rafting. For trekking, Annapurna Conservation Area, Solukhumbu, Langtang, Helambu are famous in the world.

The Bhotekoshi River is suitable for Bunjee Jumping and Sarangkoy of Pokhara is known for Paragliding. These prospects of adventure have increased the expansion of tourism in Nepal.

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Nepal Tour Packages

Ranthambhore Wildlife Tour From jaipur
15 Days / 14 Nights

Delhi- Varanasi - Kathmandu

14 N / 15 D
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Jungle Safari in Ranthambore National Park

Jaipur - Agra- Varanasi - Kathmandu

15 N / 16 D
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Kaziranga Wildlife Tour

Delhi - Bodhgaya - Kathmandu

13 N / 14 D
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Tadoba Tiger Safari Tour

Darjeeling - Kathmandu - Delhi

28 N / 29 D
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Spotting Tigers in Bahartpur, Rajasthan

Kathmandu - Patan - Pokhara

04 N / 05 D
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Wildlife Tourism in India

Delhi - Corbett - Bardia - Chitwan - Pokhra - Kathmandu

15 N / 16 D
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Wild Rhino in Kaziranga National Park

Delhi - Kathmandu - Chitwan - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Bharatpur - Agra

14 N / 15 D
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FAQs Related to Nepal Tours

Q. Is a passport required for Nepal?

A. For Indians they do not require Visa for entry to Nepal but you do require to have your Passport. For other foreigners they have to get a Visa on arrival at Nepal point of entry. Keep with yourself two passport sized photographs, downloaded and duly filled in visa application form, and USD cash.

Q. Does Indian currency work in Nepal?

A. In Nepal, Indian currency is widely accepted and used over the country’s own currency. Moreover, the maximum denomination is Rs. 100/- and below. The Nepal government has banned the usage of Rs. 200/- and above notes meaning Rs. 500/- and Rs. 2000/- denominations will not work there.

Q. Which part of Kathmandu should I stay in?

A. Thamel, Freak Street, Lazimpat, Patan, Boudha are some famous places where foreigners and tourists stay when in Kathmandu.

Q. What is the best time to go for a trek to the Everest Base Camp?

A. The temperatures at the Everest Base Camp can get low down to nearly -5OC during the stable summer months where climate is clearer with better visibility. This is during February to May months of the year. During the winter months such as mid - September to November is also okay but you have to avoid it in monsoon seasons especially during mid – May to mid September.

Q. Do the local Nepalese folk speak in English?

A. The official language of Nepal is Nepali and it is written in Devengari script. The people of Nepal understand English but may not be same in remote villages. There are various ethnicities that speak various dialects of languages.

Q. Is Nepal a safe country to travel to?

A. Although Nepal is considered safer due to the low rate of crime, you have to follow strict safety measures and avoid huge gatherings for public rallies, demonstrations, etc. try to travel with a friend. Check on which areas / towns are unsafe and be careful of pick-pocketing and scams. Also, watch luggage, belongings, valuables such as purse, wallet, credit cards, documents, cash, tickets, etc.

Q. How many days Indian can stay in Nepal?
Q. Is Aadhaar card valid for Nepal?
Q. Does Indian ATM card work in Nepal?
Q. What are the top attractions for a sightseeing tour in Nepal?
Q. What are the various activities that can be done in Nepal?
Q. Where can I do bungee jumping in Nepal? Is it safe and what is the cost?
Q. Do I need a visa to travel to Nepal?

A.Yes, you need a Visa to enter Nepal if you are foreigner other than Indian visitor to enter into Nepal.

Q. Can I travel to Nepal in the monsoon?

A. Many regions in the country get flooded with moderate to heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. It is also dangerous at times as there can be huge mudslides or even dangerous landslides, flooding and falling of rock, etc. So avoid a trip to Nepal during the monsoon season to be on a safer side.

Q. What can I buy in Nepal?

A. There are so many unique things to buy in Nepal. Such as Rice Paper items, Wooden Items, Thangka Paintings, Singing Bowls, Pashmina, Statues, Khukuri, Handicrafts, Jewellery, Masks and Arts.

Q. How much does a trip to Nepal cost?

A. For average traveler to Nepal, a trip also depends on the number of people and number of days you will trip to the country. So, most visitors to Nepal feel it costs less then USD $50.00 for a day for one person.

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Q. What are the best places to visit in Pokhara, Nepal?
Q. What are the best tourist spots of natural beauty in Nepal?
Q. Which place is best to visit in the month of December in Nepal?
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Q. What are some good places to visit in Nepal to celebrate New Year with family?
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