Situated between two Asian giants China and India, Nepal is a tiny Himalayan nation offering a peerless natural beauty and cultural diversity. Nepal is popular among the world's community as the birthplace of Gautama Buddha and land of world's highest peak—Mount Everest. Bestowed by nature with incredible topography resulting in a wide array of flora and fauna, Nepal is a small but beautiful country to visit, making you feel the thrill of Himalayas along rich cultural heritage.
There are over 12 major international airlines connecting to Kathmandu. Nepal Airlines is the only national flag carrier of Nepal with the flight connections to Delhi and Mumbai in India, Dubai in UAE, Hong Kong and Shanghai in China, Osaka in Japan, Bangkok in Thailand, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, and Singapore. While the major international airlines connecting to Kathmandu are: Biman Bangladesh, Indian Airlines, FlyDubai, Oman Air, Air Arabia, Thai Air, China Airlines, Druk Air, Qatar Airways, Gulf Air, Turkish Airways, among many others.
As Nepal is a landlocked country, wedged between India and China, getting into Nepal by land requires you to pass through India or China. Nepal has India in three sides and China in the north. There are seven entry points to Nepal via India which are as follows:
While Kodari Pass is the only entry point to enter Nepal from China. Tourists who enter Nepal by land must hold an International Passport. For getting around different parts of Nepal, there is a good network of domestic airlines and if needed helicopter charter services as well as deluxe tourist coaches are available. Swiss Nepal Family Trekking will help you with all domestic air-ticketing and tourist coach booking for you.