Kathmandu is a smorgasbord of sights, sounds and cultures. PhotoKTM is a great excuse to discover the city, seek inspiration, and make new friends. Late February – early March offers beautiful spring weather!
Below is some practical information to help you start preparing 🙂
You can get a tourist visa on arrival. To avoid queuing at the immigration desk at the airport, you can get a visa online.
Tip: Unless you know your hotel’s address, you can use photo.circle’s ADDRESS for the mandatory section “Address in Nepal”: House Nr: (not mandatory) – Street: Arun Thapa Chowk – Ward Nr: 3 – VDC/Municipality: Lalitpur – District: Lalitpur.
For further information check Nepal’s Immigration website. Indian visitors don’t need a visa to enter Nepal, but please bring your passport.
To help prepare for your trip, we have compiled some information on practicalities such as visa procedures, how to get a local sim card, things to pack … along with some suggestions on places to eat and what not to miss while in Nepal.
Please note that this guide is slightly outdated – a new version is being prepared and will be available for 2023 soon!
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