Cheap flights to Nepal

Cheap Flights To Nepal

Home to some of the tallest peaks in the world, including Mt. Everest, Nepal has been a must-see for trekkers worldwide for over 100 years. Despite experiencing a major earthquake in 2015 (with reconstruction efforts still underway), most of the country's main attractions remain fully open for tourism. With a wealth of stunning natural landscapes and historical sites, there has never been a better time to travel to Nepal. To compare cheap flights across a wide variety of airlines, try Skyscanner's search tool located above.

Getting to Nepal

Nepal is a small country with one international airport, located in Kathmandu (KTM). This airport is served by a variety of international airlines, including Jet Airways, Korean Air, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, and more. Cheap flights to Kathmandu can be found using Skyscanner's search tool, located above. To enter Nepal, you will need to bring a passport which is valid for at least 6 months after your date of entry. Canadians also require a tourist visa to enter Nepal, which can be purchased at any Nepalese embassy, or upon arrival at Kathmandu airport. You will need to bring one passport-sized photo and enough cash in USD to pay for the application. Application costs are $25, $40, and $100 USD respectively, for 15-day, 30-day, or 90-day visas.

The Best Time to Visit Nepal

In the months of June to September, cold and rainy weather deters all but the most dedicated of trekkers. Those who don't mind braving the cold are sure to find a great deal in one of Kathmandu's many hotels. Mild spring weather in March and April brings spectacular rhododendron blooms and ideal conditions for exploring on a budget. October and November are the peak months for Nepal's tourist industry, with clear blue skies and warm days that are perfect for hiking and climbing.

What to Do in Nepal

Nepal is well known for its vast Himalayan peaks and extraordinary views, making it a top destination for mountain climbers of all ages and skill levels. Nepal is also a hotbed of historical and religious significance, shared by both Buddhist and Hindu religions. It contains 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites and countless temples, with a unique architectural style that combines both Buddhist and Hindu influences. Travelers interested in experiencing some of Nepal's most spectacular traditions should aim for a trip during Dashain, a 15-day long festival season from late September to mid October, complete with feasts, public gatherings, and religious worship.

Travel Advisories for Canadians

As of April 22, 2017, the Government of Canada recommends exercising a high degree of caution during your stay in Nepal. Canadians should avoid large gatherings of people, especially during political protests which are common in Nepal. Petty crime, including pickpocketing, is common on public transportation and in tourist areas.

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