Nepal, the land of Lord Pasupatinath and the
birthplace of lord Buddha, is a sovereign in independent kingdom situated on the southern
slopes of the mid-Himalayas. Her borders are contiguous with India in the East, West,
South and with the Tibetan autonomous region of P.R. China in the north, Nepal is endowed
with a wide variety of flora and fauna, meandering rivers, lakes, glaciers, mountains and
lush green valleys. Not surprisingly, Nepal offers something for everybody-a tourist,
trekker, river runner, wildlife enthusiast, poet, artist, writer or a scholar.
How to Enter:
By Air: Kathmandu-the
capital of Nepal is air-linked with Delhi, Bombay,
Calcutta and Varanasi of India, Bangkok, Hongkong, Singapore, Dhaka, Paro, Karachi, Dubai,
Abu Dhabi, London, Frankfurt, Patna, Paris Moscow, Lhasa and Osaka vis Shanghai.
By Land:Visitors can
enter Nepal from Kakarbhitta, Birgunj, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, Mahendra Nagar and Belhiya
(Bhairahawa) in Nepal with their vehicles must posses an international carnet.