1)Which is the best time to travel to Nepal?
The months of October and November are said to be the best time to travel to Nepal because the skies are clear and sunny, especially if you want to go trekking.
2)Is visa on arrival available for Indian nationals in Nepal?
Indian nationals get a single-entry visa on arrival for 150 days when they arrive in Nepal. However, visa is not required for Indians who want to visit Nepal.
3)How many days can I stay in Nepal on a tourist visa?
Tourists can stay in Nepal for a maximum of 150 days. Do remember that passports must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival.
4)How many days are required for a vacation to Nepal?
It depends on what you want to see. If you want to visit just Kathmandu, then even 2 days should suffice. But for a completely immersive experience including other cities like Pokhara, Lumbini and Chitwan, then you need to be here for at least 10 to 12 days.
5)What is the minimum budget required for a Nepal holiday?
This depends on the number of days you intend to stay in Nepal. All things considered, such as accommodation, food and sightseeing, a 5-day holiday to Nepal will cost you approximately INR 25000 per person.
6)What is the distance from Delhi to Kathmandu by road?
The distance between Delhi and Kathmandu is 800kms by road.
7)Can I take a train to Nepal?
No, as there are no trains to Nepal.
8)Can I use Indian rupees in Nepal?
While Indian currency used to be accepted in Nepal earlier, now it’s preferable to get it exchanged for Nepali Rupee in Kathmandu.
9)Is Nepal a family friendly destination?
Yes. It’s a great place for the entire family and perfect to teach children about nature by showing it to them directly.
10)What vaccinations are required before visiting Nepal?
Before visiting Nepal, it’s a good idea to get vaccinations for Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Meningitis. If possible, get vaccinations for polio, mumps, measles, Japanese Encephalitis, Hepatitis B, and Rabies as well just in case.