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.
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.
A. Thamel, Freak Street, Lazimpat, Patan, Boudha are some famous places where foreigners and tourists stay when in Kathmandu.
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.
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.
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.
A. All tourists can stay up to a maximum of 150 days in Nepal and for all non-Indian visitors to Nepal, a visa is a must to enter the country.
A. Visitors under 15 years of age and over 65 years of age can carry this document as age proof. The Aadhaar card is not a valid document or accepted document in Nepal. You have to take passport or elector voter ID card to prove documents.
A. Yes you can use ATM Debit card and there are also Indian banks too.
A. There are many top attractions in Nepal for a great sightseeing tour.
A. Nature lovers, devotees and adventure enthusiasts will find many top activities to do in Nepal.
A. There are 2 bungee jumping places – Bhote Koshi and Pokhara. It follows Swiss 4 X safety measures for the bungee bridge so that safety is assured on this 3rd highest bungee jump point in Asia. There are different prices for Nepalese people, visitors or tourists from SAARC countries and other country citizens. So, prices also differ even on activities with bungee jump. It ranges from Rs. -2000 /- (for day trip only seeing) upward goes to Rs. 10000/- and charges separate for camera fee.
A.Yes, you need a Visa to enter Nepal if you are foreigner other than Indian visitor to enter into Nepal.
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.
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.
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.
A. So many reasons to visit Nepal – Bio-diversity, lowlands and high lands, mountains and greenery, oldest monasteries and the country hosts the highest peak in the world – Mt. Everest. It is also home to the place called Lumbini where Buddha was born.
A. Although the climate is slightly colder side, Nepal has diverse seasons and climatic conditions. This is because it has tropical climate. There is not any best time to visit as you can visit throughout the year. Each time period in the year is good for some trekkers, nature lovers, or the tourists or mountaineers.
A. Best Places to Visit in Pokhara are:
A. Best Tourist Spots of natural beauty in Nepal are:
A. From all the beautiful places in Nepal to visit in December, the best place advisable is Lumbini gardens as it gives inner peace and mental peace for well being.
A. The greenery is lush when it rains and there are beautiful rivers, lakes, and streams with highest flowng water. Moreover the mountains also become green with the grass growing over them. It is summer as well as rainy season during the months of June to late August but this time has all the greenery around.
A. . There are innumerable places to visit in Nepal near Kathmandu. These are the top 8 places.
A. Good places to visit in Nepal to celebrate New Year with family