Nepal at a Glance

Nepal is one of the most beautiful country in the world. It is a sandwich country between INDIA and CHINA. Nepal doesn’t have any seaport and the third country economic activities are being operating by using INDIAN seaport. It is the richest country for its own typical culture and having multi-caste system. It is also richest in natural resources and a perfect combination of bio-diversity through the plain Terai to the Top of the World, Mt. Everest. It is also homeland for more than 850 species of Birds, 650 species of Butterfly, 137 species of Mammals, more than 30 species of Rhododendron, 319 species of Orchids are reported in Nepal. More over Nepal has more than 6000 species of plants and about 245 species of plants founds only in Nepal.

Facts about Nepal:

Motto: “Mother and Motherland are greater than Heaven”

Area: 1, 47, 181 KM2 (93rd), 800 Km length from east to west and 200 km wide from north to south. Total area occupancy of globe is 0.03% and 0.3% of Asia Continent.
Situated: Surrounded by People’s Republic of China to the North and rest side by Republic of India.

Capital City: Kathmandu

Population: 29.3 Million (WB-2017)

Literacy rate: 66%

National Anthem: Sayeu Thunga Fulka haami eutai maala Nepali…

”We all Nepali are one garland made of hundreds of flowers”

Language: Nepali and widely speaks English in tourism trade

Religion: Known as one and only Hindu (82%) country in the Globe but they have good brotherhood with Buddhist, Christian and Islamic as well.

Political system: Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal

Province: 7


Water: 2.8 %

Currency: Nepalese Rupees (NPR) Available denomination is Re 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100, 500 and 1000. Re 1, 2 and 5 are also available in coin.

Driving Lane: on the left hand side

Overland tourists entering Nepal with their vehicles must possess an international carnet. International driving license is acceptable in Nepal.

International calling code: +977

Best Travel Season in Nepal:

Nepal has four travel seasons and the very best season is ranked as first and respectively to others

  • Autumn: September – October – November
  • Spring: March – April – May (Spring is best for both normal touring and high altitude and climbing as well.)
  • Winter: December – January – February (Good for normal touring and low altitude trekking)
  • Summer: June – July – August (Monsoon season in Nepal and you can make some city tour, less views can be enjoyed due to the cloud)