Panoramic View of Fewa Lake, Pokhara

Pokhara city is situated in central Nepal and know as a most beautiful cities in Nepal, Pokhara valley is famed as a spectacular view of Himalayan ranges, beautiful lakes, rapid flowing rivers, caves, water falls, monasteries, temples, museum which make Pokhara a perfect holidays destination.

Fewa Lake
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Nepal Visa Information Fees

The cost of an Nepal Tourist Visa for foreigners is same expect SAARC Countries. All visitor must hold your passport and valid visa to enter Nepal. Visa can be obtained at the Nepali Embassy or Consulates aboard, also issued at the  entry point of Nepal.

Tourist Visa

Visa Facility
Multiple entry
15 Days
 US$ 25 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry
30 Days
 US$ 40 or equivalent convertible currency
Multiple entry
90 Days
US $ 100 or equivalent convertible currency 

Gratis (Free) Visa

Gratis visa for 30 days available only for nationals of SAARC countries.Visa can be  extended from Immigration Department on a payment of visa fee.

Indian nationals do not required visa to enter in to Nepal. Indian nationals who travelling to Nepal must carry any one of  following documents .
         1.     Passport
         2.     Driving License
         3.     Election Card
         4.     Ration Card
         5.     Photo identy card issued by Goverment
         6.     Identy Card issued by Embeassy of India in Kathmandu
Note :
Nepal goverment gives visa on arrival to all nationalities exepect the following country Negeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Cameroon, Somalia, Liberia, Ethiopia, Iraq, Palestine and Afghanistan.


For further information visit :Department Immigration Nepal 

Counting Stars in Himalayas - Guido

Counting StarsCounting Stars in Himalayas video by Guido Patrignani, song 'counting stars' by OneRepublic American band. 

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Top 7 Best River For White Water Rafting in Nepal

Nepal is river runner's paradise. The fact that you want to raft down Nepal's challenging rivers means that you have long ago graduated from the nursery school or " row row row your boat. "

Rafting in NepalThe many 'raft-able"rivers in Nepal meander between canyons,villages,and      virgin forests,wildlife, like needle through   thread, weaving the country's rich tapestry of ethno-culture cultural and bio-diversity. Originating  in the bowels of the Himalayas, these rivers  flow  across the length and breadth of Nepal and neighboring  India , before emptying mostly into the Bay of Bengal.

Rafting in Nepal is usually a 'wilderness' experience in that most rivers don't have highways alongside them - but it's a soft, tamed,wilderness with white beaches for camping clear blue rivers, friendly locals and few "nastiest someone described it's " blissful escapism." Now a days Nepal is a peaceful democratic country where rafters and kayakers  get a warm welcome.

Top 7 River For White Water Rafting in Nepal

1. Upper Seti (half day action)

Upper seti is one of the thriller short white water rafting trip among Himalayan Rivers, it's located just outside of beautiful city Pokhara. It's take 30 min up to there,this rivers offers non stop world class 4-/4+ rapids with amazing mountain views and small gorges which provide adventure of lifetime . 

2. Trishuli River ( easy access 1 day)

It's called Nepal's most popular rafting river with 3+ rapids , rises high in the Himalaya at Gosainkunda the God Shiva drone his trident in the ground to create thee spring the source of the river and hence its name Trisuli. It has impressive gorges and some moderate white water, few exiting rapids are balance by another easier section . Easily accessible for anyone who have short on time and fits perfectly in to other travel plans.

3. Lower Seti ( 2 days)

The Seti rivers rises on the south east slops of Machhapuchhre and passing through the two beautiful and contrasting areas with 4+ 5- rapids . Relatively small volume with straightforward gentle rapids it is truly a great fun trip perfectly designed for you to take your nearest and dearest ones on the raft. Plenty of chanes to swim in the crystal blue warm water. 

4. Marshyangdi  ( 2 days )

Marshyangdi rises on the northern slops of the Annapurna Mountains flows east through an arid valley around Manang an than swing south to join the Trisuli river at Mugling this raging river used to be one of the finest world class white water with massive volume water, technical and continue 4+/5 class demands your total dedications.

5. Kaligandaki ( 3 days)

One of the famous names around Himalayan rivers, named after the goddess Kali, raises high on the Tibetan Plateau in Mustang and cut of the world's deepest gorges between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Mountains. This largely un spoiled 'Holy' river provides lots of bumpy and exiting 60 set of fast and medium length white water rapids around 62 km. including spectacular views of Mountain Backdrops,green lush waterfalls,typical villages, Temples ,gorgeous sandy beach campsites.

6. Sunkoshi  ( 8 days )

Sunkoshi means river of gold name of the gold that sometime panned from the river gravels. This is one of the top ten best white water rafting river of the world. Big rapids warm water , beautiful scenery and great camping sites make this a classic multi-day's river trip, the river rises near Tibet and flows eastward Nepal through the great valley between the Mahabharata Mountain and the Himalaya.

7. Karnali ( 10 days )

The Nepal's longest and largest karnali river with tributaries feeding than any other river of Nepal. Its makes the largest river for commercial rafting trip. It is situated in the most remote western region in Nepal. So it becomes more than just a rafting trip. It is an expedition. This river rated grade 4+ to 5+ huge series of continuous wild rapids. The bank of rivers are lined with coniferous forest and along the low reaches pristine Rudyard Kipling style forest that has all but disappeatria from reason of the Himalayas. The river runner has reported sight seeing of much wildlife including the exclusive and mysterious 'Route' People. also any bond can enjoy the fishing of great Catfish and Golden Mahashahar.

For Best Deals & More Info Contact
1. Extreme River Rafting Pvt Ltd.
2. Paddle Nepal Pvt Ltd.

10 Things To Know Before Travelling To Nepal

With its diverse ethnicity and traditional beliefs, Nepal has numerous cultural practices that may appear unusual to a person on his, her first visit to the country. However, to enjoy your stay in this remarkable Himalayan Country. It is important to take into consideration of the varieties of the cultural aspects of the country. Here is a 10 things which may be helpful to you.
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10 Things To Know Before Travelling To Nepal

1. Avoid using Shoes

Before entering a Nepalese home, Temple (leather items in Hindu Temples), and monastery remember to remove your shoes, specially on village. Leather articles are prohibited in most religious places.

2. Always use Right Hand  
Avoid eating with your left hand and do not offer food from your plate, nor eat from a common pot, and avoid touching your lips to a shared drinking vessel. 

3.  Remember your Feet
Never touch anything with your feet, and try not to step over or point your feet at another person, a sacred place or a hearth. This is considered and offence among Nepalese.

4. Take Permission  
Seek permission first is good idea before entering a Hindu temple.  Many Hindu temples do not allow westerners to enter. 

5. Greeting  "Namaste " 
Among Hindus, avoid touching women and holy men instead the traditional palms-together "Namaste" greeting is preferable.

6. Ask Permission 
Take photographs only after receiving permission for the object or person being photographed. 

7.  None Vocal Communication
Different cultures assign different meanings to the none vocal communication, Remember, when a person shakes his head from left to right many times, he may mean “NO”

8. Respect Local Customs 
Develop a genuine interest to meet and talk to Nepalese people and respect their local customs. Observe what residents are wearing and dress accordingly

9. Use Both Hands
Use your both hands to show appreciation and respect rather than one while giving or accepting something from others.

10. Kissing and Hugging 
Kissing and hugging in public especially between men and women is social offence in Nepal. Also while traveling, dress appropriately. Women should especially avoid dressing in skimpy outfits.