Access to Nepal
Trivhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu is the only international airport in Nepal. There are direct flights to Kathmandu from Amsterdam, London, Vienna., Moscow, Munich, Vienna, Abu Dhabi, Dha, Dubai, Karachi, Islambad, New Delhi, Mumbai, Patna, Varanasi, Kolkata, Paro, Dhaka, Lhasa, Bankok, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Osaka. Charter flights can also be arranged for large movements. All flights feature business class and amenities of international standards. Many a time, the Captain offers a guided sight-seeing of the Himalayas for no extra charge !
Airfares fluctuate with the changes in exchange rates and are to be paid in foreign currency by foreign national. Only Nepalese and Indian national are permitted to pay in rupees for air passage between Nepal and India.
Departure flight tickets should be reconfirmed three days in advance to avoid inconveniences by possible flight cancellation or changes in the flight schedule. Overweight luggage charges are levied in foreign exchange.
Traveling by Road
Besides the Tribhuvan International Airport in kathmandu, there are five official entry points to Nepal: Biratnagar, Birgunj, Kodari (on the Chinese border), Bhairahawa ( near Sunauli), and Kakarbhitta which connects Nepal with Darjeeling, Sikkim and Siliguri, Birgunj in the most popular entry point for visitors. Entry into Lhasa through Kodari is possible for visitors who possess a special visa for Tibet from the Chinese Embassy.
In Nepal motor vehicles are driven on the left side of the road. All driven should possess a license.