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Nepal tour entry from Australia, India or Tibet

 

Nepal holiday tour entry point to Kathmandu, Nepal from Australia: 

Asia: Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, China-Gonjau, Malaysia, India, Pakistan, Japan and Korea.

 

Among the European cities, flights are available from Paris, London, Berlin, Berne, Frankfurt, Vienna, Munich, Moscow and Amsterdam. Apart from that, regular flights are available from New York, Los Angeles and Tel Aviv too.

 

Top airlines for your Nepal holiday travel and tour:

Some of the major International airlines operating scheduled services to Nepal are Royal Nepal Airlines, British Airways, Biman Bangladesh, China South West Airlines, Druk Air, Gulf Air, India Air, Thai Airways, Qatar, Pakistan Air and Singapore Airlines. By air, you will arrive at the Trivuwan (Also spelt as Tribhuwan) International Airport in Kathmandu.

 

 

Nepal Tour departing from Australia including major cities of Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth

Airport

Airlines

Sydney Kingsford Smith

China Southern, Singapore  airlines, Koreann Air, Thai Airways

Flight from Perth to Nepal

Jet Airways, Singaporre Airlines, Thai Airways, Cathay Pacific

Flight from Melbourne Tullamarine to Nepal

Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, Qatar Airways, China Southern, Cathay Pacifiic

Flight from Adelaide to Nepal

Jet Airways, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific

Flight from Brisbane to Nepal

Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, China Southern, Korean Air

Flight from Darwin to Nepal

Qantas

Flight from Gold Coast to Nepal

Etihad Airways

Melbourne Avalon

Qantas

Cairns

Cathay Pacific

 

As the tourism in Nepal is increasing, the connections to Nepal from different parts of the world are increasing.

 

By Road Travel - Nepal tour from India or Tibet

There are several entry points by land to Nepal from India at these borders- a) Kakarvita, b) Birgunj c) Bhairahawa d) Nepalganj e) Dhangadhi f) Mahendranagar  Scheduled public as well as tourist buses run to and from Kathmandu to these parts to enter to or travel from different parts of India. Travelling to Nepal by bus is recommended if you can cope with long hours ride in return for fascinating views of valleys, mountains and snail-tail roads. Road trips take longer to reach, can be less expensive if your choice of accommodation and mode of transpirations are kept cheap, but it allows you to explore other countries that are linked to Nepal.

When travelling to Nepal from Tibet on a road trip, you can enter from newly opened Kerung-Rasuwa boarder. Alternatively you can travel to Nepal from TIbet via a regularly scheduled flight.

 

 

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