Cheap Flights to Nepal

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Cinema, international release, 1 seat USD 3.10
Mid-range restaurant USD 6.20
Local draught beer USD 2.07
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre USD 102.06
Potato (1kg) USD 0.47
Eggs (12) USD 1.14
Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre USD 46.55
Water bottle (1.5 liter) USD 0.35
Taxi 1km USD 0.41
Cappuccino USD 1.38
* All price are converted to USD

About Nepal

Nepal is located in South East Asia region. It’s characterized by clean air, high mountains peaks, crystal springs and serene natural environment. Buddhist temples can be found scattered in different places around the land, they often attract curious visitors from different places across the world. In this country one would find high pristine mountain peaks, pure cascading rivers and hundreds of picturesque landmarks. The nation’s rich history, blend of religions and pre-colonial British buildings have attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Taking cheap flights to Nepal is the secret to unlocking all that the country has on offer.

Katmandu is the official capital city of Nepal and has a population figure of roughly 500,000 people. During ancient times of between 9th-13th centuries, this city was a major stopover for traders plying the Tibetan route. The natives are also warm & charming, always ready to help visitors in whichever way they can. The city gets busy during daytime with sporadic traffic congestion experienced till mid-day. It’s therefore advisable for tourists to come during the weekend when roads are clear. Additionally, you can catch cheap flights to Nepal by signing for discount ticket deals.

The magnificent Katmandu Guesthouse offers tremendous accommodation opportunities for young adventurers, they have quality and affordable rooms that are fitted with all the luxury amenities you may need. Most people commute through biking, visitors should try out this convenient means of transport to explore the little known sections. Durbar Square is also known as the town’s heart, it offers visitors an opportunity of observing and sampling the oldest parts of Nepal. Two major Buddhist temples can be found in this place.

They were built during 5th century period and feature some of the most antique pilgrimage destinations. Though the city is considered a major adventure destination, there are also several shopping stores that sell various interesting items such as clothes, jewelry, traditional sandals and much more. The hotels in Nepal offer guests an opportunity of experiencing real-time living, they are very comfortable and come in different classes for one to pick from. There’s also a State Museum which showcases various relics highlighting the country’s history.

Information about travelling to Nepal

  • Age structure of Nepal
    0-14-years 31.6%
    15-24-years 22.6%
    25-54-years 35.7%
    55-64-years 4.5%
    65-years-and-over 4.5%
  • The capital city of Nepal
  • Energy generated from Nepal
    Fossil fuels 7%
    Nuclear fuels 0%
    Hydroelectricity 92%
    Other renewable sources 0%
  • Cellphone owners in Nepal
    18.138 million (54th)
  • Industries of Nepal
    textiles; small rice
  • Ethnic groups of Nepal
    Chhettri 16.6%
    Brahman-Hill 12.2%
    Magar 7.1%
    Tharu 6.6%
    Tamang 5.8%
    Newar 5%
    other 23%