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Dear Birendra,
We are back and missing Nepal desperately! Our trip was wonderful, thanks to your careful planning. We did all that we hoped to, and more. What makes Nepal so special is that is has so many different facets – nature, wildlife, history and culture.

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Contact Address

Visit Nepal-Tibet Treks & Expedition (P). Ltd.
Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel: + 977-1-4700085, 4700234,
Fax: + 977-1-4700234
Mobile: + 977-98510 25466 (Birendra)

Mountain Flight in Nepal

Rent a Car

Throughout The Country

Meter taxis can be hired off the street in Kathmandu and some of the other major cities. Private vehicles give the maximum freedom to visit remote places at your own pace with a minimum of time and hassle. “Visit Nepal Tibet Treks and Expedition (P). Ltd.” provide the service to hire or on packege service of  private Cars, Vans, Jeeps, Buses and 4 WDs for sightseeing and traveling outside the city. It will come with driver and parking fees and fuel.It is more comfortable and much better service then taxis.
 

 

 

 

 Buses:
A number of buses, mini buses set out after regular interval of time to different places of the city. Long-distance buses to different parts of Nepal leave from Central Bus Station (Gongobu). There are regular tourist bus services for certain cities such as Pokhara, Royal Chitwan National Park, Lumbini. Your seats can be reserved or if you in big group then you can book or hire the private bus through your agent “Visit Nepal Tibet Treks and Expedition (P). Ltd.”.

 

Rickshaws:
Rickshaws (two-seater tricycles) can be a fun way to see the city. The fare should be negotiated beforehand. Mostly Rickshaws are quite popular in Kathmandu city for short tour.

Motorbikes:
Bikes are available for rent at several shops located in different parts of the city. You may be asked for your passport as a security deposit to hire a bike and you are responsible for returning the bike in the same condition as you received it. The roads are rough, and long journeys are more tiring than you might expect. It's best to go slowly and stop for lots of tea breaks.

 



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