How to Visit Nepal

Air : There is just one International Airport at Kathmandu: Tribuvan International Airport. It is becoming increasingly more difficult to get direct flights to Kathmandu; recently RNAC and Aeroflot cancelled flights from Europe and Singapore Airlines will soon drop its flights to Kathmandu. One good piece of news: Malaysian Airlines is likely to start operating a flight to Kathmandu. However, Lauda, Biman, China Southwest, Condor, Druk, Indian Airlines, Necon, Pakistan International, Qatar, Thai and Transavia Airlines fly into Kathmandu. Visas can be obtained on arrival at the airport, see below. Departure tax is R600 to SAARC nations, R1100 for all other international flights and R165 for internal flights. Air services to the interior of Nepal are very popular and it is often necessary to book your ticket well in advance. Foreigners must pay a higher price for all internal flights.

Land : Other than Indian and Nepali citizens, all visitors entering Nepal by land must use the following crossing points: Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Belhiya, Bhairahawa, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi and Mahendra Nagar (all Indian/Nepal) and Kodari (Tibet/Nepal). If you are travelling overland with a vehicle, you must have an international driver's licence.

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