Nepal Travel Information
Nepal nestled between Tibet and India, although small in size, has never failed to amaze people for what it offers to the world. Of the world's 14 peaks higher than 8,000m, 8 of the highest 10 are in Nepal including Mount Everest (8,848m). Gautama Buddha, 'the light of Asia' was born in Nepal and it the land of peace.
Nepal is a land full of promises to all kinds of adventurers, trekkers and mountaineers who wish to challenge themselves to reach a higher level. To become one with the Himalayan is an honor one can only dream of during a lifetime, and while you are here, there's no better way to fulfill this dream than trekking in Nepal.
Nepal is a dream destination where you can gaze at the snow capped peaks of the world's highest mountains, trek from alpine meadows to jungle forests in a day, and enjoy the beautiful sunrise and sunset views. The tropical forest in the south part of Nepal is homeland of elephants, tigers, rhinos and exotic birds and the northern part with alpine forest are the home of rare birds, leopards, deer and alpine animals. The middle part between the tropical lowland and alpine snowline, mid hill area offers great geographical diversity. The middle hill area offers you the best adventure options for trekking, hiking, rafting, mountain biking and other lifelong adventure memories.
Nepal offers wonderful adventure, culture and nature tours / treks, that is not found anywhere in the world. Come and enjoy in the beautiful country and gather awesome memories in your mind.
Nepal VISA is compulsory for all foreign nationality to enter Nepal except Indian. Nepal Visa can easily be obtained from the Nepalese Embassy or Consulate office located near by you. If you have left your home country and/or you don't have time to visit the Embassy, you don't need to worry for Nepalese Visa. You can obtain visa from Tibhuvan International Airport Immigration office from any other entry point in Nepal.