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By Land

There are just eight entry points into Nepal by land open to foreigners, from which six are from India and two from Tibet.Traveling by bus is recommended if you can cope with long hours ride in return for fascinating views of valleys, mountains and snail-tail roads. The easiest and hassle free overland route to Nepal from India is via Gorakhpur using train and the Sunauli/Belahiya border post.  All visitors coming to Nepal by land must enter only through one of these entry points

1.    Nepal –India border

·         Kakarbhitta

·         Birgunj

·         Belhiya, Bhairahwa

·         Nepalgunj

·         Dhangadi

·         Mahendra Nagar

2.    Nepal-China Border

·         Kodari


The tourists arriving the country with their vehicles must acquire an international carnet or complete customs formalities.

Via India
The crossing points from India include Mahendranagar, Dhangadhi and Nepalgunj in the west, Sunali, Birganj and Kakarbhitta in the east. It’s very necessary that you book your tickets from a reputed and trusty agency to avoid deceive. Another important thing to mind is that there is no tourist bus in either side of the borders and everyone has to change buses at the border whether they book a through ticket or not. You can board direct buses to the Nepal border from Delhi, Varanasi, Calcutta, Patna and Darjeeling. From the border, you can board Nepali buses to Kathmandu.

Via Tibet
You can cross the border into Nepal from Tibet via Kodari.

Leaving Nepal
Always, but always, reconfirm reservations, or chances are the airlines will cancel them. Take time before your trek or river rafting tour to reconfirm your flight out of Nepal.

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