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Nepal Travel Info

Currency & foreign exchange

The unit of Nepalese currency is NRs. Nepalese rupees comes in the denomination of 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 500, 1000. Coins equivalent to 1, 2 and 5 are also in use. You can exchange your currency, whether Dollars, Euro or Yen at the Airport, hotels, travel agencies or another foreign exchange counters available in…

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Electricity in Nepal

Nepal has 220-240 volts and 50 MHZ facility for electricity. Further Nepal electric Plugs have two or three pins.Often your plug adaptor may not match the socket, in such case you can easily buy a plug at local electric stores in Nepal. Better still buy a universal adapter easily found in Nepal which could be useful for you to…

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Getting into Nepal

There are two ways to get into Nepal, by flying and through land route. Tribhuvan International Airport located in the capital city of Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal. The airport operates 24 hours and many national and international airlines fly passengers from different parts of the world to the airport. There over two dozen…

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How to get Nepal visa?

Getting Nepal Visa is easy. You can apply for on-arrival visa at Tribhuvan International Airport or at any of the border points. Or you can also apply for Nepal visa through online. However, if you have a Nepalese embassy near where you live, you can visit the embassy and apply for Nepal visa. To apply for…

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Language, Culture and traditions

Language Nepali is the national language of Nepal spoken and used in administration. However, Nepal has over 100 ethnic groups and each of these groups have their own spoke language. There are communities who do not understand and speak Nepali well. In urban areas like Kathmandu and Pokhara, educated youngsters often speak and write in English.…

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Major festival's of Nepal

New Year According to Nepali calendar system, New Year (Naravarsha) is celebrated on the very first day of the first month Baisakh (mid April). New calendars are made and distributes by schools, organizations and other offices. It is given public holiday and all people have get together and picnics and wish one another by giving gifts,…

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Nepal Weather

Nepal basically has four seasons: winter, spring, summer and autumn. Autumn and Spring seasons are the best season since the weather is calm and balmy. It is not hot neither is it too cold. It is also a season when skies are clear and the views of snow capped Himalayas are brilliant. Moreover, the hills, valleys and the…

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Privacy Policy

Country Information Nepal is located in South Asia between India and China, the two most populous states on earth. The country is brick shaped, bounded by the Himalayas in the North and flat plains in the south. The country is diversely colorful in terms of language, culture, religion, ethnicity and geography. The total population is approximately 26…

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Travel Information

Foreigner who intends to visit Nepal must hold valid passport or any travel document equivalent to passport issued by the Govt. for visiting a foreign country prior to apply for visa. Entry: No foreigner is entitled to enter into and stay in the Kingdom of Nepal without valid visa. Tourist entry visa can be obtained for the…

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Travel Insurance in Nepal

There are many travel insurance companies that offer insurance package to tourists. If you haven't got one in your country, you can easily get one in Nepal. However, we recommend that you get insured in your home country. We also suggest you that a normal travel insurance covering medical, accident, cancellation is quite alright. But if…

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Trekking Permits

Nepal has categorized trekking into distinct areas: Normal or conventional trekking area and Restricted Area. Normal trekking areas such as Everest, Langtang and Annapurna region are waived of any trekking permits. This means that trekkers are not required to get any trekking permits while visiting this area. However there are restricted areas in the Himalayas such as…

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When to visit Nepal for trekking and tours

Autumn (September - November) Autumn is the one of the two best seasons to visit Nepal. You will have unobstructed clear views of snow capped mountains. The weather is calm and balmy and hills and Himalayas come alive with greenery and colorful flowers. Winter (December - February) Winter is not the best season to…

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Why Choose Us?

Nepal –Tibet Trekking (P) is a leading trekking and adventure outfitter in the Himalayas. We have highly qualified and professional team members, who are dedicated to customer service and satisfaction. We provide personalized tours and…

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