Duration
5 Days
Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Mountain View
Accommodation
  • 3-star hotel in Kathmandu and Nagarkot
Meals
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Farewell Dinner

Price

Reduced

$630 USD

$580 USD

10% Discount for Group
Destination Destination
Nepal
Difficulty Difficulty
Easy
Max. Altitude Max. Altitude
2175 M, Nagarkot
Activities Activity
Tour
Start and Point Start/End Point
Kathmandu/Kathmandu
Best Season Best Season
Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
Group Size Group Size
2-20 people
Transportation Transportation
Private Car
Activity Per Day Activity Per Day
3-4 Hour drive and sightseeing

Overview & Highlights

Honeymoon Tour in Nepal Highlights


  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Sunrise and Sunset view from Nagarkot
  • Short and Sweet tour package for Honeymoon
  • Explore the rich Nepalese Culture

Overview of Honeymoon Tour in Nepal


Honeymoon Tour in Nepal package is for the married couple, and If you are looking for the Best Honeymoon Destinations, we offer an exciting honeymoon package tour. Nepal is the paradise destination for romantic holiday seekers. The presence of a plethora of natural and cultural attractions amidst the most polite and courteous people make Nepal the perfect place to start your marital life with the best memories together. Peregrine understands the essence of love and togetherness between couples. Therefore, we have designed this magnificent honeymoon tour in Nepal. Itinerary for the couple to start their married life in the most romantic atmosphere.

Imagine the evening with your partner in the bank of the lake overlooking the mountain ranges, forests, and hills where the sun starts to hide upon the casement of the Himalayas, which would be the most craved for a moment in your life. The ancient century-old architectural landmark heritage sites listed in UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE sites as well. Together in the mountains and hills beside the glacial river getting wet in the magnificent waterfalls, eating together in the authentic local eateries observing the unique cultural shows together. Imagine the jungle safari and majestic helicopter tour in the Everest region and other places of Nepal. Yes, these activities can be encompassed in the Honeymoon tour package. Honeymoon Tour in Nepal program will find the best honeymoon destinations for you.

Why with Peregrine Tours

Most of the crew members of the Peregrine Treks & Expedition are married and we highly recommend you to start your new phase in life on a lap of the Himalayas. We can tailor-make, as per your request, your honeymoon tour in Nepal. We will expertly arrange your travel plans in mountains, lakes, waterfalls, temples, palaces and much more naturally as well as culturally attractive places of Nepal.

Come and book honeymoon tour in Nepal package with us and witness the start of your spiritual bonding with your partner in the beautiful naturally Nepal.

Honeymoon Tour in Nepal Itinerary

Our company representative hearty welcomes you at Tribhuvan International Airport or Bus Park and departs you at your pre-booked hotel. If you arrived before 6 PM at your hotel, our tour guide provides little information about tomorrow’s program. Otherwise, Tour guide provides information at the time of breakfast.

Meals: Not Included

Patan:

The ancient city of Patan is the city of beauty. It is indeed a city of beauty and grace and is planned on a circular format with Buddhist Stupas at each of the four points of the compass. The city is 3 KM south-east from Kathmandu across the Bagmati River. The city is full of Buddhist monuments and Hindu Temples with the fine bronze gateway, guardian goddesses and magnificent carving. The city is believed to build during the reign of Vira Dev in A.D 299.
Patan Durbar Square, Krishna Temple, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Kumbeheshwar, Jagate Narayan, Mahaboudda, Rudra Varna Mahavihar, Ashoka Stupas, Machhendranat Temple are main attraction of Patan city.

Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur is a museum of medieval art and architecture with many fine examples of sculpture, woodcarving, and colossal pagoda shrines consecrated to diverse gods and goddesses. The city is shaped like a conch shell one of the emblems of the god Vishnu and was founded by Kind Ananda Deva in A.D. 889. The city is 1402m above sea level. Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries. The city lies fifteen kilometres to the east of Kathmandu.

Siddha Pokhari (lake), Royal Palace, The lion gate, The golden gate, The Palace of Fifty-Five Windows, The picture gallery, The statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Bastila Temple, The Pashupati Tempe, Nyatapola Temple, Bhairab Nath Temple, Dattatreya Temple, Mayur Jhyal (Peacock windows) etc are main attraction here.

Drive to Nagarkot for Mountain views

Nagarkot lies 32 kilometer east of Kathmandu is one of the most attractive spots in Bhaktapur district and is renowned for its remarkable sunrise view of the Himalayas when the weather is clear. Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night so that they can be there for the mind-blowing sunrise. Nagarkot has acquired recognized as one of the best spots to view Mount Everest as well as other snow-topped peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. It also offers an outstanding observation of the Indrawati river valley to the east. With an elevation of 2195 meters, Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley and is explained by visitors as a place whose beauty endures year around.

Meals: Breakfast

Changu Narayan (2075M) is a pagoda-style Hindu temple devoted to Vishnu in his avatar as Narayan. It is one of the oldest temples in Nepal, but because it is a bit off the beaten track, tourists seldom visit it. This temple is pretty beautiful, especially the repose doors and front smokescreen, Changu Narayan is not known for its temple but for the stone statues, carvings, and carvings that are dispersed around the temple courtyard.

It is initially constructed in the early 4th century during the Licchavi dynasty; Changu Narayan was reconstructed around 1700AD after a fire destroyed the temple. All of the pebble statues in the temple square were done around the 5th and 13th century, which makes this one of the single-greatest meditations of antique art in Nepal. Facing the entrance to the main temple is a large stone statue of a genuflection Garuda, upon whom Vishnu is said to ride. This statue dates from the 5th century. Behind the statue is legend stone from the fifth century that has provided a great deal of evidence about the Licchavi period in the Kathmandu Valley’s history. Also in front of the temple’s main entrance, in an ornate little cage, are small statues of King Bupathindra Malla and his queen.

To the right of the temple appearance, there are several smaller monuments and a platform with only a carved stone atop it. This bas-relief carving, which has had its upper-right corner broken off, depicts two different personifications of Vishnu. At the bottom of the stone, Vishnu is shown resting on a bed of snakes, the same pose that is portrayed in the large statue of Budhanilkantha. Above this, a 10-headed vertical Vishnu is showed. The detail in this fifth or sixth century stone carving is surprising.

Near the famous double Vishnu is a stone depicting additional incarnation of Vishnu, the half-man, half lion Narasimha. In the northeast angle of the courtyard is an important bas-relief that you might distinguish. It shows Vishnu riding on the back of Garuda and is the typical for the image on the back of the Ten Rupees note of Nepal.

Meals: Breakfast

Pashupatinath Temple:
After breakfast drive to Pashupatinath Hindu Temple, 28 kilometre North-west from Nagarkot is the holiest of all the Shiva shrines in Nepal and is the abode of Lord Pashupatinath, the guardian spirit of Nepal. The temple of Pashupatinath is a large double-roofed pagoda of brass and gilt; the gateway is plated with silver. It stands on the western bank of the Bagmati about five-kilometre northeast of Kathmandu and contains the sacred Linga of Lord Shiva. Before the temple stands an enormous gift figure of the bull Nandi, the mount of Shiva, flanked by a golden trident. There is a crematorium outside the temple by the side of the wide but narrow river and the wood environments are dotted with small monuments. On the occurrence of the yearly festival of Maha Shivaratri (February/March), the temple is visited by thousands of believers including a large number of pilgrims from Nepal and India. The temple is also the site of a number of other festival and ritual taking place throughout the year.

Bouddhanath:
This Colossal Stupa, one of the biggest in the world, is situated 2 kilometres north of Pashupatinath. The splendid some of Bouddhanath Stupa is approximately 120 ft in diameter, 1hec in width and 43m in height. Its straightforwardness of form is its principal feature, unique amongst massive Stupas in the valley in its lack of the attached five shrines of the Buddha. Some believe it characterises fat Adibuddha (Half Buddha), the first or Primitive Buddha, free of conceptual releases. Only the steps built into it on the north side, seemingly the ladder that Sakyamuni ascended into Tushita heaven, berks its regularity. A thick layer of whitewash coats the dome and the form of a double lotus depicted in saffron water paints it. This can be supported on various promising dates and is also done annually on Dashain Purne (Full Moon at the time of Dashain) occurring on the Full Moon in September by the Bouddhanath Area Development Committee. Bouddhanath the dome, is an adds terrace with a remarkable 108 niches filled with stone sculptured deities of the Nyingmapa School’s pantheon. They replace the usual five Buddha shrines in defining the content of the Stupa-Mandala, these images were almost certainly commissioned all at once by Sakya Zangpo in the 16th century when the present Stupa was built or thereafter. On top of the Stupa, there are five symbols of Water, Ether, air, fire, and earth.

Swyambhunath (Monkey Temple)
It lies on 10 KM west from Bouddhanath Stupa. It is said to be two thousand years old, making it one of the world’s oldest and glorious Buddhist charities. The Chaitys (Stupa) which forms the main structure is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a lofty conical spire capped by panicle of gilt copper. Painted on the four-sided base of the spire are the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It stands a hill as Stupa style.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast, you will be transported from the hotel for your destination.

Meals: Breakfast

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Essential Information

Passport Validity

Must have six months remaining validity or more at the time of entry. Passport is not mandatory for Indian nationals however they must show Voter’s Card or Citizenship to enter Nepal and birth certificate for children.

Blank Passport pages

At least one blank visa page (not endorsements page) required for entry visa

Tourist Visa Required:

Yes, Upon arrival

Vaccinations:

No requirements

Currency Restrictions for Entry:

US$5,000; no pure, unworked gold up to 50 grams of gold jewellery, or 500 grams of silver

Currency Restrictions for Exit:

USD 5,000

Tourist Visa Fee

15 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 25

30 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 50

90 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 125

Visa Extension (Within Valid Visa Period) USD 3 per Day

Visa Extension (With Multiple Entry) Additional USD 25

Visa Extension (After Visa Expiration) Late fee USD 5 per Day

Notice: The Government of Nepal has increased Visa Fees effective from July 17, 2019. Along with that, Nepal is providing five-year multiple-entry tourist visas to U.S citizens. Please check on http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np for more information.

Requirements for Entry:
  • A minimum of six months of passport validity is required at the time of entry.
  • One blank page for a visa should be available for a visa in passport (not endorsement page)
  • Entrance is allowed generally by Nepalese authorities on an emergency passport printed overseas.
  • Visa should be appropriate for travel.
Regular Tourist Visas:
  • Those who arrive by air; visa should either be applied at The Nepalese Embassy or consulate before entry or purchase directly upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. Note: Obtaining permission upon arrival may take time.
  • You can also apply for a visa online at https://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa.
  • Those who arrive by land; both the visa obtaining and necessary immigration formalities should be completed.
  • During the entrance of Foreign citizens by land into Nepal via Belahia Indian border, one should pay The Nepalese visa fee in the U.S dollar. The original bill no older than 2003, in good condition, should be shown at checkpoints before entering Nepal. Twenty-four hours of services are provided at the border to individuals on foot.
  • Entry to Nepal without a visa and proper entry stamp from an immigration officer is restricted, resulting in additional consequences.

 

You can purchase a tourist visa at the following land border points of entry:

RegionDistrictBorder
EasternJhapaKakardbhitta
CentralParsaBirgunj
North(for group tourists only)SindhupalchowkKodari
West (pay in dollars)RupandehiBelahia, Bhairahawa
Mid-westBankeJamunaha, Nepalgunj
Far- WestKailaliMohana, Dhangadi
Far-WestKanchanpurGadda Chauki, Mahendranagar
Road Conditions and Safety:

In most of Nepal’s area, roads are poorly maintained and lack safety features. Especially, hill roads are vulnerable to monsoon season resulting in blockade due to landslide and erosions. Such conditions cause significant numbers of accidents and fatalities. Traffic jam is a big problem faced by people in major cities. Various incidents of violation of traffic laws have been registered in Kathmandu and other major cities. Many drivers are not adequately trained and licensed, yet they drive in the streets. Be aware and avoid getting into such a vehicle.

To drive to two-wheeler or four-wheeler motor vehicle in Nepal, you should have an appropriate license to the particular vehicle. Otherwise, you will be punished according to traffic laws. We suggest you to not expose yourself to any problems during your stay in Nepal.

Nighttime Travel:

The streets outside the Kathmandu valley lack proper lights, and road conditions are not in good condition. So it is safe if you avoid travelling during night time out of Kathmandu.

Motorcycle Travel:

Know the speed limit of riding bikes and apply safety measures while riding a motorcycle in Nepal. Fatalities from motorcycle accidents have risen dramatically all over Nepal in recent years. Never forget to wear helmet and safety gear and do not ride bikes carrying more than one person.

Buses:

If you need to travel via bus, we suggest you choose day travel rather than night buses due to abnormal road conditions in most of the rural areas. Long-distance travel could be exhausting, and you might want to hop on to the roofs of buses for some adventure. Never travel on the dangerous ceilings to avoid accidents and traffic police as roof travel is against the traffic laws.

Taxis:

Although taxi rides are much more expensive than buses, it could be safer and convenient. All taxis have a meter, but taxi drivers usually do not charge you based on the meter. You better negotiate taxi fare before you step onto their taxi; otherwise, you could be overcharged. In case if you feel like being cheated, contact freely to file a complaint to the traffic police on the street nearby or the local police station.

Pedestrian Travel:

You might not find a separate lane for pedestrians except a pedestrian bridge. Usually, a person should be careful enough to walk safely on the side of a road and follow zebra crossings and use a pedestrian bridge to cross a busy highway. Otherwise, there are several cases of pedestrians facing traffic fatalities in Nepal.

For an Additional Nepal Travel Information:

Ring us on +977 98510 52413 (Nepal) or New York (24/7) at +1 315-933-3212 or mail us at info@peregrinetreks.com

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We had an awesome time in Nepal. Thanks Peregrine Treks, you guys helped us lot to make us pleased with all arrangements. Our five-star rating is specially meant for Nabin and once again thanks a lot for making our Honeymoon Trip wonderful and cozy. We would highly recommend to our friends and relatives to travel with Peregrine Treks.

Honeymoon Tour in Nepal Highlights


  • UNESCO World Heritage Sites
  • Sunrise and Sunset view from Nagarkot
  • Short and Sweet tour package for Honeymoon
  • Explore the rich Nepalese Culture

Overview of Honeymoon Tour in Nepal


Honeymoon Tour in Nepal package is for the married couple, and If you are looking for the Best Honeymoon Destinations, we offer an exciting honeymoon package tour. Nepal is the paradise destination for romantic holiday seekers. The presence of a plethora of natural and cultural attractions amidst the most polite and courteous people make Nepal the perfect place to start your marital life with the best memories together. Peregrine understands the essence of love and togetherness between couples. Therefore, we have designed this magnificent honeymoon tour in Nepal. Itinerary for the couple to start their married life in the most romantic atmosphere.

Imagine the evening with your partner in the bank of the lake overlooking the mountain ranges, forests, and hills where the sun starts to hide upon the casement of the Himalayas, which would be the most craved for a moment in your life. The ancient century-old architectural landmark heritage sites listed in UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE sites as well. Together in the mountains and hills beside the glacial river getting wet in the magnificent waterfalls, eating together in the authentic local eateries observing the unique cultural shows together. Imagine the jungle safari and majestic helicopter tour in the Everest region and other places of Nepal. Yes, these activities can be encompassed in the Honeymoon tour package. Honeymoon Tour in Nepal program will find the best honeymoon destinations for you.

Why with Peregrine Tours

Most of the crew members of the Peregrine Treks & Expedition are married and we highly recommend you to start your new phase in life on a lap of the Himalayas. We can tailor-make, as per your request, your honeymoon tour in Nepal. We will expertly arrange your travel plans in mountains, lakes, waterfalls, temples, palaces and much more naturally as well as culturally attractive places of Nepal.

Come and book honeymoon tour in Nepal package with us and witness the start of your spiritual bonding with your partner in the beautiful naturally Nepal.

Our company representative hearty welcomes you at Tribhuvan International Airport or Bus Park and departs you at your pre-booked hotel. If you arrived before 6 PM at your hotel, our tour guide provides little information about tomorrow’s program. Otherwise, Tour guide provides information at the time of breakfast.

Meals: Not Included

Patan:

The ancient city of Patan is the city of beauty. It is indeed a city of beauty and grace and is planned on a circular format with Buddhist Stupas at each of the four points of the compass. The city is 3 KM south-east from Kathmandu across the Bagmati River. The city is full of Buddhist monuments and Hindu Temples with the fine bronze gateway, guardian goddesses and magnificent carving. The city is believed to build during the reign of Vira Dev in A.D 299.
Patan Durbar Square, Krishna Temple, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Kumbeheshwar, Jagate Narayan, Mahaboudda, Rudra Varna Mahavihar, Ashoka Stupas, Machhendranat Temple are main attraction of Patan city.

Bhaktapur

Bhaktapur is a museum of medieval art and architecture with many fine examples of sculpture, woodcarving, and colossal pagoda shrines consecrated to diverse gods and goddesses. The city is shaped like a conch shell one of the emblems of the god Vishnu and was founded by Kind Ananda Deva in A.D. 889. The city is 1402m above sea level. Pottery and weaving are its major traditional industries. The city lies fifteen kilometres to the east of Kathmandu.

Siddha Pokhari (lake), Royal Palace, The lion gate, The golden gate, The Palace of Fifty-Five Windows, The picture gallery, The statue of King Bhupatindra Malla, Bastila Temple, The Pashupati Tempe, Nyatapola Temple, Bhairab Nath Temple, Dattatreya Temple, Mayur Jhyal (Peacock windows) etc are main attraction here.

Drive to Nagarkot for Mountain views

Nagarkot lies 32 kilometer east of Kathmandu is one of the most attractive spots in Bhaktapur district and is renowned for its remarkable sunrise view of the Himalayas when the weather is clear. Visitors often travel to Nagarkot from Kathmandu to spend the night so that they can be there for the mind-blowing sunrise. Nagarkot has acquired recognized as one of the best spots to view Mount Everest as well as other snow-topped peaks of the Himalayan range of eastern Nepal. It also offers an outstanding observation of the Indrawati river valley to the east. With an elevation of 2195 meters, Nagarkot also offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley and is explained by visitors as a place whose beauty endures year around.

Meals: Breakfast

Changu Narayan (2075M) is a pagoda-style Hindu temple devoted to Vishnu in his avatar as Narayan. It is one of the oldest temples in Nepal, but because it is a bit off the beaten track, tourists seldom visit it. This temple is pretty beautiful, especially the repose doors and front smokescreen, Changu Narayan is not known for its temple but for the stone statues, carvings, and carvings that are dispersed around the temple courtyard.

It is initially constructed in the early 4th century during the Licchavi dynasty; Changu Narayan was reconstructed around 1700AD after a fire destroyed the temple. All of the pebble statues in the temple square were done around the 5th and 13th century, which makes this one of the single-greatest meditations of antique art in Nepal. Facing the entrance to the main temple is a large stone statue of a genuflection Garuda, upon whom Vishnu is said to ride. This statue dates from the 5th century. Behind the statue is legend stone from the fifth century that has provided a great deal of evidence about the Licchavi period in the Kathmandu Valley’s history. Also in front of the temple’s main entrance, in an ornate little cage, are small statues of King Bupathindra Malla and his queen.

To the right of the temple appearance, there are several smaller monuments and a platform with only a carved stone atop it. This bas-relief carving, which has had its upper-right corner broken off, depicts two different personifications of Vishnu. At the bottom of the stone, Vishnu is shown resting on a bed of snakes, the same pose that is portrayed in the large statue of Budhanilkantha. Above this, a 10-headed vertical Vishnu is showed. The detail in this fifth or sixth century stone carving is surprising.

Near the famous double Vishnu is a stone depicting additional incarnation of Vishnu, the half-man, half lion Narasimha. In the northeast angle of the courtyard is an important bas-relief that you might distinguish. It shows Vishnu riding on the back of Garuda and is the typical for the image on the back of the Ten Rupees note of Nepal.

Meals: Breakfast

Pashupatinath Temple:
After breakfast drive to Pashupatinath Hindu Temple, 28 kilometre North-west from Nagarkot is the holiest of all the Shiva shrines in Nepal and is the abode of Lord Pashupatinath, the guardian spirit of Nepal. The temple of Pashupatinath is a large double-roofed pagoda of brass and gilt; the gateway is plated with silver. It stands on the western bank of the Bagmati about five-kilometre northeast of Kathmandu and contains the sacred Linga of Lord Shiva. Before the temple stands an enormous gift figure of the bull Nandi, the mount of Shiva, flanked by a golden trident. There is a crematorium outside the temple by the side of the wide but narrow river and the wood environments are dotted with small monuments. On the occurrence of the yearly festival of Maha Shivaratri (February/March), the temple is visited by thousands of believers including a large number of pilgrims from Nepal and India. The temple is also the site of a number of other festival and ritual taking place throughout the year.

Bouddhanath:
This Colossal Stupa, one of the biggest in the world, is situated 2 kilometres north of Pashupatinath. The splendid some of Bouddhanath Stupa is approximately 120 ft in diameter, 1hec in width and 43m in height. Its straightforwardness of form is its principal feature, unique amongst massive Stupas in the valley in its lack of the attached five shrines of the Buddha. Some believe it characterises fat Adibuddha (Half Buddha), the first or Primitive Buddha, free of conceptual releases. Only the steps built into it on the north side, seemingly the ladder that Sakyamuni ascended into Tushita heaven, berks its regularity. A thick layer of whitewash coats the dome and the form of a double lotus depicted in saffron water paints it. This can be supported on various promising dates and is also done annually on Dashain Purne (Full Moon at the time of Dashain) occurring on the Full Moon in September by the Bouddhanath Area Development Committee. Bouddhanath the dome, is an adds terrace with a remarkable 108 niches filled with stone sculptured deities of the Nyingmapa School’s pantheon. They replace the usual five Buddha shrines in defining the content of the Stupa-Mandala, these images were almost certainly commissioned all at once by Sakya Zangpo in the 16th century when the present Stupa was built or thereafter. On top of the Stupa, there are five symbols of Water, Ether, air, fire, and earth.

Swyambhunath (Monkey Temple)
It lies on 10 KM west from Bouddhanath Stupa. It is said to be two thousand years old, making it one of the world’s oldest and glorious Buddhist charities. The Chaitys (Stupa) which forms the main structure is composed of a solid hemisphere of brick and earth supporting a lofty conical spire capped by panicle of gilt copper. Painted on the four-sided base of the spire are the all-seeing eyes of Lord Buddha. It stands a hill as Stupa style.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast, you will be transported from the hotel for your destination.

Meals: Breakfast

  • Airport pickups and drops in a private vehicle
  • Bed and Breakfast in three-star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • All ground transportation in private vehicle as per itinerary
  • City tour with tour guide as per itinerary
  • All entrance fees during sightseeing
  • An experienced English or other Language speaking guide
  • All applicable government and local taxes
  • Company Service Charges

  • Nepalese visa fee and International airfare
  • Hotel accommodation, Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Nagarkot because of an early arrival in Nepal or late departure from Nepal, and any other reason than the scheduled itinerary.
  • Tipping for Tour Guide and Driver
  • All personal expenses, water, bar bill, cola and all other costs which is not included in cost includes part
Passport Validity

Must have six months remaining validity or more at the time of entry. Passport is not mandatory for Indian nationals however they must show Voter’s Card or Citizenship to enter Nepal and birth certificate for children.

Blank Passport pages

At least one blank visa page (not endorsements page) required for entry visa

Tourist Visa Required:

Yes, Upon arrival

Vaccinations:

No requirements

Currency Restrictions for Entry:

US$5,000; no pure, unworked gold up to 50 grams of gold jewellery, or 500 grams of silver

Currency Restrictions for Exit:

USD 5,000

Tourist Visa Fee

15 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 25

30 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 50

90 Days (Multiple Entry) USD 125

Visa Extension (Within Valid Visa Period) USD 3 per Day

Visa Extension (With Multiple Entry) Additional USD 25

Visa Extension (After Visa Expiration) Late fee USD 5 per Day

Notice: The Government of Nepal has increased Visa Fees effective from July 17, 2019. Along with that, Nepal is providing five-year multiple-entry tourist visas to U.S citizens. Please check on http://www.nepalimmigration.gov.np for more information.

Requirements for Entry:
  • A minimum of six months of passport validity is required at the time of entry.
  • One blank page for a visa should be available for a visa in passport (not endorsement page)
  • Entrance is allowed generally by Nepalese authorities on an emergency passport printed overseas.
  • Visa should be appropriate for travel.
Regular Tourist Visas:
  • Those who arrive by air; visa should either be applied at The Nepalese Embassy or consulate before entry or purchase directly upon arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport, Kathmandu. Note: Obtaining permission upon arrival may take time.
  • You can also apply for a visa online at https://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa.
  • Those who arrive by land; both the visa obtaining and necessary immigration formalities should be completed.
  • During the entrance of Foreign citizens by land into Nepal via Belahia Indian border, one should pay The Nepalese visa fee in the U.S dollar. The original bill no older than 2003, in good condition, should be shown at checkpoints before entering Nepal. Twenty-four hours of services are provided at the border to individuals on foot.
  • Entry to Nepal without a visa and proper entry stamp from an immigration officer is restricted, resulting in additional consequences.

 

You can purchase a tourist visa at the following land border points of entry:

RegionDistrictBorder
EasternJhapaKakardbhitta
CentralParsaBirgunj
North(for group tourists only)SindhupalchowkKodari
West (pay in dollars)RupandehiBelahia, Bhairahawa
Mid-westBankeJamunaha, Nepalgunj
Far- WestKailaliMohana, Dhangadi
Far-WestKanchanpurGadda Chauki, Mahendranagar
Road Conditions and Safety:

In most of Nepal’s area, roads are poorly maintained and lack safety features. Especially, hill roads are vulnerable to monsoon season resulting in blockade due to landslide and erosions. Such conditions cause significant numbers of accidents and fatalities. Traffic jam is a big problem faced by people in major cities. Various incidents of violation of traffic laws have been registered in Kathmandu and other major cities. Many drivers are not adequately trained and licensed, yet they drive in the streets. Be aware and avoid getting into such a vehicle.

To drive to two-wheeler or four-wheeler motor vehicle in Nepal, you should have an appropriate license to the particular vehicle. Otherwise, you will be punished according to traffic laws. We suggest you to not expose yourself to any problems during your stay in Nepal.

Nighttime Travel:

The streets outside the Kathmandu valley lack proper lights, and road conditions are not in good condition. So it is safe if you avoid travelling during night time out of Kathmandu.

Motorcycle Travel:

Know the speed limit of riding bikes and apply safety measures while riding a motorcycle in Nepal. Fatalities from motorcycle accidents have risen dramatically all over Nepal in recent years. Never forget to wear helmet and safety gear and do not ride bikes carrying more than one person.

Buses:

If you need to travel via bus, we suggest you choose day travel rather than night buses due to abnormal road conditions in most of the rural areas. Long-distance travel could be exhausting, and you might want to hop on to the roofs of buses for some adventure. Never travel on the dangerous ceilings to avoid accidents and traffic police as roof travel is against the traffic laws.

Taxis:

Although taxi rides are much more expensive than buses, it could be safer and convenient. All taxis have a meter, but taxi drivers usually do not charge you based on the meter. You better negotiate taxi fare before you step onto their taxi; otherwise, you could be overcharged. In case if you feel like being cheated, contact freely to file a complaint to the traffic police on the street nearby or the local police station.

Pedestrian Travel:

You might not find a separate lane for pedestrians except a pedestrian bridge. Usually, a person should be careful enough to walk safely on the side of a road and follow zebra crossings and use a pedestrian bridge to cross a busy highway. Otherwise, there are several cases of pedestrians facing traffic fatalities in Nepal.

For an Additional Nepal Travel Information:

Ring us on +977 98510 52413 (Nepal) or New York (24/7) at +1 315-933-3212 or mail us at info@peregrinetreks.com

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