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Visa Info
Visa can be obtained either from the Embassy of Nepal or you can even take visa upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.

Visa Requirements


Valid passport with at least six months validity
Two passport size photograph

Tourist Visa Fees
Multiple entry visa 15 days $ 25
Multiple entry visa 30 days $ 40
Multiple entry visa for 90 days $ 100 or equivalent convertible currency
Free visa for 30 days for tourists of SAARC countries
Indians do not require visa to enter Nepal but they must have passport or any authentic identity card issued by Indian Government

Travel insurance
Your travel insurance must provide cover against personal accident, medical expenses, personal accident, trip cancellation, emergency evacuation, natural calamity, lost of gears, theft or damage to baggage and others. Further details can be obtained by visiting the links that are given below:
For Canadians and Americans:
http://www.travelguard.com
http://www.travelite.com
For Australians and New Zealanders:
http://www.bupa.com.au
http://www.1cover.com.au

For British:

http://www.thebmc.co.uk
http://www.essentialtravel.co.uk

For Europe:
http://www.europ-assistance.com/en

For South Africa:
http://www.tic.co.za
What to bring
Foot wear

Walking boots, socks and sandals

Clothing
Waterproof jacket and trousers, trekking trousers, long sleeve shirts, warm fleece jacket, sleeveless

Cold Weather
Fleece gloves, fleece hat, scarf, sweater, wool thermals

Accessories
Flash light, extra batteries, sunscreen, sunglasses, water bottles, camera and battery

Sleeping
Sleeping bag, Sleeping pad, silk liner, tent (for camp based trekking)

Extras
First Aid Kit, extra passport photos and photocopies of your passport

About Nepal
Nepal is a small and landlocked country located in South Asia that remains enclosed by Tibet- an autonomous region of China and India. Topography in Nepal varies from the world’s deepest Seti Gorge to Mount Everest which is the tallest mountain of the world. Nepal alone owns eight out of ten tallest mountains of the world. Nepal is the birthplace of Lord Buddha who is the founder of Buddhism- one of the major religions of the world. Nepal has been rightly named as the ‘Switzerland of Asia’.
Nepalese are popular all across the globe for their bravery, loyalty, peace keeping, helpfulness, hard working behavior and honesty.
Nepal is rich in flora and fauna. In fact, Nepal owns
2% of flowering plants in the world
8% (above 848 species) of birds in the world
4% (above 500species) of mammals in the world
11 families of butterflies out of 15 families that are found in the world
319 species of orchids
600 native plant families
8 out of 14 highest mountains in the world

Quick Facts

Size :                      885km (553mile) long, 145-241km (91-151mile) wide, 147181 sq.km. in area
Position :              6-300 north latitude, 80-880 east longitude, on the India subcontinent bounded on the north by Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s              Republic of China & on the west, south and east by the Republic of India
Terrain :                 Hilly and Mountains (77%), Terai (23%)
Latitude Range :  From 70m above sea level (230ft) in Terai to 8848m(29028ft) at
                                Mount Everest, Kathmandu Valley 853m (2798)
Weather :              Tropical in low lands, Arctic at higher altitudes
Seasons :             Summer (March- May) 22-36˚C
                                Monsoon (June- August) 18-32˚C
                                Autumn (September- November) 10-18˚C
                                Winter (December- February) 1-15˚C
Time :                     5hr45min ahead of GMT
Population :           2, 75, 00000 (approx.)
Language :            Nepali (National Language), Devnagari (National Script)
Capital :                  Kathmandu
                                Temperature and rainfall
                                Tropical temperature can be experienced in Plain land of Terai while the temperature drops down to sub zero temperature at higher elevation.
                                Monsoon in Nepal lasts from June to August. The average annual record of rainfall in Kathmandu is 200 to 375mm.