According to Timatic, the resource used by airport staff, yes you need to have a minimum of 6 months.
Document validity rules: Passports and other documents accepted for
entry must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date.
The Tatkaal Passport Service can be used to get passports urgently out-of-turn. They ...
In the end, I took Ergo Direkt (going by averells answer). And I needed a helicopter rescue, although having had several acclimatization days and a guide. Insurance-wise, everything worked fine.
How it worked
I signed the contract (online, no real "signature")
They send me lots of paperwork, including my insurance number.
I wrote down the insurance number ...
Well visiting the snowy place and play with the lighting snow is everyone's dream. Some of the easily accessible Snowy place in Nepal on Winter Season are:
Tistung, Palung, Daman
You can easily reach there with almost hours of ride from athmandu
Kalinchok can be reached with almost 9 hours of ride from Kathmandu
Ghorepani can be reached ...
You are allowed to bring your own car, after paying a small amount of fees
Documents required entering Nepal with own vehicle
Registration Certificate of vehicle
Customs permit (called Bhansar in Nepali)
Vehicle Permit (called yaatayaat anumati in Nepali)
More details and fees at: https://www.touristhelpline.com/documents-required-for-...
It is strange that the online application system asks your for a proof of relationship, if the person you are visiting is a friend and not a family member nor a spouse. Double check that you have selected the right relationship during the process. In should be this Question 4 on this part of the application:
Otherwise, as you mention, there should be an ...
Yes it is possible with e-visa to travel out and back in to India through Banbasa border crossing. I just tried today :). But you can not return same day (as I wanted). You need to stay in Nepal for 1 night and return next day. You need to pay 2400 Inr at Nepali border and they give you 15 days Nepali Visa. They also need 1 passport photo.
Basically you ...
You don't need an entry stamp to enter Nepal since you're an indian citizen. The people checking your passport when exiting Nepal will know this and also know why the first stamp was cancelled (since it was invalid).
You could ask for a cancelled exit stamp though!