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The Federal Democratic Republic referred to as landlocked country geographically pointed in South Asia. It is home to the highest mountain ranges and the tallest mountain of the world – the Himalayas and the Everest respectively. The country comprises of lowland plains stretching in the south. Nepal provides shelter to approx 26 million people on a rough scale. The country dots its official capital at Kathmandu. Nepal shares geographical borders with China/Tibet on the northern side and India on the south, east and west precisely.

Nepali is spoken across the country on the largest scale. Besides, English is majorly used in official work estate and in tourism domains. 


 The season wheel of Nepal is categorized into four major divisions revolving around the background of the summer monsoon. Late September – late November is counted as prime time for traveling Nepal. The mountains in the country are the eye-catching part. People across the globe pour down in great numbers to catch a clear glimpse of snowy peaks. Therefore clear and dry weather with clean air is the most favorable condition for visiting Nepal. Spring is the second option for visiting Nepal. It is a perfect time for Annapurna trek. During this period the days are comparatively longer making it convenient for the trek. Visiting in late May ensures early morning showers every afternoon. However, the rest of the day remains clean and comfortable for exploring the country.


There is some important information for tourists while visiting Nepal.

  1. You will get the Nepal tourist visas on your arrival at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International airport and all land border crossings.  If you excessively tensed about your visas you can apply for it online fifteen days prior to your arrival. Nepal visas are purchased based on the number of days stayed.
  1. 15 day Nepal single- entry visa | US$30
  2. 30 day Nepal single- entry visa |US$50
  3. 90 day Nepal single- entry visa | US$125
  1. The transport system in Nepal is not comfortable. The poor infrastructure results in uncomfortable bus rides. Majority of the time you need to make bipedal locomotion or else jeep. You do have the alternate option of domestic flights restricted to Lukhla, Jomson/Pokhara. It is advised to avoid flying because of poor aviation safety records. 
  2. Nepal possesses a good number of border crossings between India in the southern area respectively. However, navigation of the borders is fairly easy when having a trip with traveling agencies. The most common border between Nepal and India include-
  1. Sonauli /Belahiya reachable from north India
  2. Raxaul/Birgunj reachable from Bodhgaya, Kolkata, and Patna 
  3. Kakarbhita, accessible from Darjeeling.

Nepal is a treasure of adventures and nature loaded beauties. It is ranked as one of the safer countries in terms of traveling. The political pillar of the country was wretched once with the Maoist turmoil. However, over years passing the country has gained political stability. People over here are warm and generous. Tourism plays a great role in the upliftment of the economy of the country. If you are an adventure lover and awaiting for a Himalaya trek, look for the best Nepal travel guide. Get your ticket and fly down Nepal for having one of the best experiences of your life.