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Nepal is a Himalayan landlocked country bordered by two great countries India and China. Nepal is renowned for being the birth place of Lord Gautam Buddha. Nepal is home for the world’s tallest peak Mount Everest and is the center for trekkers, travelers and mountaineers from all around the globe. The 2nd richest country in water resources, Nepal has over 220 peaks which stand more than 6000m high from the sea level. Apart from the natural beauties and extraordinary landscapes, Nepal has the highest density of world heritage site making it a culturally prosperous country. Nepal possess about 2.8%  plant species, 3.96% mammal species, 3.72% butterflies and 8.9% of bird species in the area of just 0.03% in world map.

The presence of more than 80 ethnic groups and over 120 languages makes this country one of the most diverse country culturally. The experience of travelling through the remote and unexplored villages in Nepal which are not connected with the basic facilities like road, water, electricity and the flawless culture of the people is like walking through the open museum for the travelers. The large diversity of flora, fauna, landscape and culture are the major reason for the Nepal being a traveler’s paradise.  

  • Nepal Visa Information

    All the foreign travelers except Indian require a visa to visit Nepal. Nepalese embassies and consulates abroad issue visa with ease. The visa is available at Tribhuwan International Airport at Kathmandu or at all land borders in Nepal. For visa upon arrival one must fill an application form with passport photos. For electronic passport holder, visa registration machine in immigration hall fills up the form after the passport is inserted…...

  • Nepalese Currency And Foreign Exchange

    Nepalese rupee is the currency of Nepal and the currency code is NPR. Nepalese rupee notes are available in the denomination of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. Coins are generally available in the denomination of 1 and 2.

    Foreign exchange can be made at most of the hotels, travel agencies, airlines, travel merchants and major tourist areas around the city. There is also abundance…...

  • Interesting Facts About Nepal

    • Nepal is the birth place of Lord Buddha.
    • World’s highest peak, Mount Everest (8848m) is located at Nepal.
    • Nepal has 8 of the world’s 10 tallest mountains.
    • Nepal has extraordinary landscape and consist highest lake, highest peak, deepest lake, highest valley, deepest gorge and many more.
    • Nepal has the densest concentration of the world heritage sites.
    • Nepali flag is the only triangular flag in the world.
    • Momo: is the…...

  • Cultural Behaviors in Nepal

    • Namaste (joining two palms of hand) is the form of greeting in Nepal.
    • Wearing shoes while entering someone’s house or religious and meditating sites might be regarded as disrespectful.
    • It is better to use right hand to give or take goods than using left hand.
    • Touching people or stuffs with feet is discourteous.
    • Walking around the monasteries, stupa and temple is done in clockwise direction.
    • It is more appropriate…...

  • Best time to travel Nepal

    There are four main seasons in Nepal, spring (February to April), summer (June to August), autumn (September to November; best time to travel) and winter (December to February). The activities like high hill trekking are best performed during autumn and spring. The wet weather clears the sky and nature offering the pleasurable view of Himalayas. Some sight-seeing tours, jungle safari, bungee jumping and low land hiking can be performed during…...

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