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This is a well-trod trail on the backpacker circuit, and Seat 61 has the full scoop, but here's the outline: Train from Delhi to the end of the line at Gorakhpur, overnight, US$10-50 depending on class of sleeper Bus to border at Sunauli, one and half hours, ~$2 Cross border on foot Bus to Kathmandu, 9-12 hours (overnight buses available), ~$6 So it's ...
I imagine the new bus service would follow the Narayanghat Mugling Highway to get into the higher valleys and onto Kathmandu or Pokhara. Without knowing where you went within Nepal 20 years back, I would hazard a guess that maybe you went up either the Siddharta Highway (to Pokhara) or the Tribhuvan Highway (to Kathmandu). Both of these roads are still ...
How do we determine whether or not it's important? Obviously if you know you're going to get sick, getting it is essential, but with something that's not guaranteed, just highly likely, you can't put a figure on 'really important' or not. However, we can listen to experts and see what they say. CDC (Center for Disease Control) - Hep A is recommended for ...
Where there's tourism there's likely to be beggars - especially in poorer countries. Sometimes these beggars will be "real" - people who are homeless and in need of help from others to survive. Sometimes they are simply trying to swindle money from tourists, often as part of a larger ring - especially when children are involved. Some people claim that the ...
Officially Nepal don't ask travelers any immunization to come inside country. But it may differ if you are travelling from the country where yellow fever is present. Reference from Lonelyplanet
You can take a direct bus from New Delhi to Kathmandu from Ambedkar stadium bus terminus and goes up to Swaymbhu bus terminal at Kathmandu. It is a 30 hour journey and is a daily bus service both ways. Ticket from New Delhi to Kathmandu costs INR 2300. This has only started 2-3 days ago.
Nagarkot sits up in the hills surrounding Kathmandu, about 25 kilometers away. You would be looking at an hour to an hour & a half on average to downtown Kathmandu (maybe more during peak traffic times).
I you see the trend of tourist coming to Nepal by land in 2013. It shows more than 200000 tourist come from land and obviously from India. There are different route for coming to the border of Nepal, Some people also take train also. There are different entering route from Delhi, some famous are Bhairahawa, Birgunj, Mahendranagar. But connecting point is ...
Nepal has Heli-skiing, but no downhill ski resorts. You can contact HHSG Heli Skiing (http://www.heliskinepal.com) for more details, but most of their offerings are multi-day packages for small groups. Cross country skiing is also possible, but don't know of any specific businesses that can get you equipped with rental gear and out onto the trails.
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