Getting Nepal

Getting in Nepal

Getting to Nepal is very easy. There is only one entry point to Nepal if you are getting here by flight from your country—Tribhuvan International Airport. The airport is located in Kathmandu. But if you want to travel by land/road then you can get into Nepal from India & Tibet. Getting around Nepal in the tourist high season i.e. in the autumn & spring (late Sept to mid-Nov and late Feb to late March) is a tough task to book your tickets to Nepal as you need to pre-book your air tickets a month ago because flights to Kathmandu – Nepal’s only international airport – often fill up months ahead.

The immigration office at the airport issues Nepal Visa on arrival if you are from the country that is defined by Nepal Government. For Examples are, European Union, the US, and Oceana Region.

The almost same rule is applied to the people of South Asia.

Does a common question rise to every people who are traveling to Nepal i.e. how much is a tourist visa for Nepal? So here Regulus solves your query. You need to pay the amount as listed below for the visa.

  • The U.S.A $ 25 for 15 days
  • The U.S.A $ 40 for 30 days and
  • The U.S.A $ 100 for 90 days

You need to provide two passport-size photos to get the visa at the airport. If you do not have a photo then you can click it there only. There is also a facility for currency exchange at the airport.

Entry points to Nepal through a road connecting India

  1. Sunauli-Bhairawa Border
  2. Nepalgunj
  3. Birgunj
  4. Mahendranagar
  5. Kakarvitta
  6. Banbasa

If you are in Tibet then you can get to Nepal through Kodari by taking a 7/12 hrs bus drive to Kathmandu.