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About Nepal

Nepal is located in the Himalayas and is famous as a trekkers’ paradise. It combines the magnificent Himalayan views, captivating hill villages, beautiful golden temples, lush jungles, and diverse wildlife to make one of the most interesting destinations in the world. Besides its incredible natural scenery, Nepal has also been attracting international visitors for its healthcare. Due to the availability of high-quality medical facilities, skilled medical professionals, and relatively more affordable medical treatments, international medical tourists travel to this country to receive excellent medical care, particularly eye treatments. Other sought-after procedures include dental works, kidney and lung transplants, orthopedics, and gastroenterology. Medical tourists choose Nepal as their destination is the chance to recover in a beautiful environment.

Popular Cities and Regions in Nepal

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is situated in a hilly region near the confluence of the Vishnumati and Bagmati rivers. This city is historic and full of spiritual energy. It is truly unique and different from anywhere else in the world. In Kathmandu, visitors can visit Hanuman Dhoka (the royal palace), see the Itum Bahal, admire the Garden of Dreams (Swapna Bagaicha), or explore Asan Tole. Another popular destination is Pokhara. Stretched along the shores of Phewa Lake, it offers visitors a chance to unwind and amazing mountain adventures. This lakeside town is the perfect destination for those who want to escape the chaotic Kathmandu or simply to relax after trekking the Himalayas. Some of the more popular things to do in this city are to watch the sunrise from Sarangkot Viewpoint, admire the picturesque shores of Phewa Lake, hike the Annapurna Circuit, or paraglide to get beautiful views of the city.

Transport in Nepal

Tribhuvan International Airport is the main and only international airport in Nepal. It connects the country to more than 40 destinations in 17 countries, including Delhi, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Dubai. Regular buses are available to get around the country, though they are not the most reliable or comfortable. The better alternatives are tourist buses and express buses, which are typically safer and more comfortable than regular buses. Inside cities, the options include local buses, 4WD vehicles, or taxis. Make sure to negotiate the fare before getting into a taxi.

Visas in Nepal

Nationals of India do not need a visa to visit Nepal. Citizens of all other countries, except for 12 countries, can apply for a visa on arrival. The 12 countries that need to apply for a visa beforehand include Palestine, Liberia, Ghana, Iraq, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Eswatini, Somalia, Zimbabwe, and Syria.

Weather in Nepal

There are four main seasons in Nepal. The summer, from June to September, is the hottest season, with an average temperature of 28°C. Winter brings cold weather, while spring and autumn are generally warm. 

Additional Info
  1. Local Currency: Nepalese Rupees (NPR) is the official currency, and the exchange rate from 1 USD is around 118.2 NPR. 
  2. Money & Payments: ATM machines are widespread in major cities, such as Kathmandu and Pokhara, but make sure to have cash before traveling to more rural areas. Credit cards are accepted in major hotels and restaurants, and tipping is expected.
  3. Local Language: Nepali is the official and most commonly spoken language in Nepal, followed by Maithili. Many people can speak Hindi and English. 
  4. Local Culture and Religion: More than 80% of Nepalese identify as Hindus. The rest of the population are Buddhists, Muslims, Kiratists, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, or follow no religion.
  5. Public holidays: Some of the most celebrated holidays in Nepal include Nepali New Year’s Day, Majdur Diwas, Buddha Jayanti, and Sambidhaan Diwas.