Cheap Flights to Nepal
Flights to Nepal
Flights to Nepal
The main airport in Nepal is Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, the only international airport in the country. Most of the flight routes at the airport are to and from destinations around Asia and the Middle East as well as domestic flights to some of the smaller airports around Nepal. Almost all visitors to Nepal will require a tourist visa which can be arranged on arrival except nationals of India who will not require a visa. Cheap tickets to Nepal can be found at most times of the year from destinations in Asia and the Middle East. From the UAE you will be able to travel direct to Kathmandu out of Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah with a few airlines. Find more information about airlines that fly to Nepal.
* This information is correct as of June 2019
Reasons to Visit Nepal
The iconic Himalayan peaks and serene valleys of Nepal make it the ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers. Home to eight of the world’s ten highest mountain peaks, hiking and trekking are incredibly popular with both locals and travelers alike. Alongside its stunning natural landscape, Nepal is also a deeply spiritual and cultural place boasting many unique religious temples that draw in pilgrims from all around the world.
Nepal’s many winding mountain trails and trekking paths are perhaps the most popular attractions in the country, with over 100,000 trekkers visiting the country each year. There are a huge variety of trails ranging in difficulty so people of all levels of experience can feel at home, while many quaint tea-houses and lodges have sprung up along trails to enjoy a hot drink and a meal along the way. More advanced mountain climbers tend to take on Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain and perhaps Nepal’s most famous icon.
Those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the region will enjoy exploring some of the country’s many ancient temples and religious sites. The Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a Hindu sacred temple, while the Janaki Mandir and its white marble and stone is perhaps Nepal’s most visually striking man-made attraction.
Nepal Travel Information
There are numerous ways to get around Nepal whether it is in the local area or to other regions of the country. Domestic flights run to various airports across the country and may be a more convenient mode of transportation compared to a bus or taxi. Local buses and taxi services are easy to find in the country, while many car rental firms are able to hire cars with personal drivers to get around. The main season for trekking is between September and December and some airlines can provide cheap flights to Nepal during this period.
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