Welcome to Nepal, a country that provides an unforgettable experience to tourists with even the most diverse interests. Nepal is a natural and cultural heritage, a living museum and abode of gods. From the majestic heights of the Himalayas to the tropical jungles of the Terai, strong hold of Royal Bengal tiger and the Greater One Horned rhinoceros, Nepal is a land of breathtaking diversity, superlatives, myths and legends.
Foremost in this character is the tradition of hospitality that touches the heart of every visitor. And accompanying this is a ubiquitous cheerfulness and enjoyment of festivities: whenever you visit this land of festivals you are likely to be caught up in one of the celebrations that throng the Nepalese calendar.
There is something for everyone from around the globe…. Come and share with us the Ultimate Nepal Experience
147,181 sq. km
Situated between China in the North and India in East, West and South
23.2 m (as of 2006)
Nepali is the national language. However People understand and speak English and other languages
Nepalese Rupee (NRP)
Nepal has four seasons, namely, (1) Winter (Dec-Feb), (2) Spring (Mar-May), (3) Summer (June-Aug) and (4) Autumn (Sept-Nov). Nepal can be visited whole the year round.
Nepal has more than 40 ethnic groups and 70 spoken languages.
What to wear:
Light weight clothing is recommended for May through October. Warm garments are required during October-March. An Umbrella or a raincoat is a must for rainy season.
Tourist entry visa (Download Visa Application Form) can be obtained for from Nepal Embassy / Consulate or Mission offices abroad, or at the following immigration offices in Nepal:
For more information on immigration, please visit http://www.nepalimmigration.
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