The followings are transportation services in Nepal:
- Car Rental
- Flight Domestic
- Tourist Bus
- Public transportation (inner city and intercity)
- Cable Car
Transportation is not a problem in Nepal. Different modes of transportation are available according to your budget and preferences. Professional transport entrepreneurs, tour operators, airlines, and transport companies are making their competent services available in the transportation sector of Nepal. Local transportation, including government airlines (Nepal Airlines), may come under the grip of disorganization and extreme weather conditions. But there are more reliable and responsible transport services devoted to getting you to your destinations.
Note: During festival times and peak tourist seasons, all means of transportation get overbooked.
Nebula Travels and Tours assist you in holding or book flight tickets, tourist buses, rent a car, van, etc., and also tickets to India Railways. We deliver tickets to your hotel or residence. You can book transportation or hold a seat without paying any advance. Payment should be made on the day of your arrival after issuing a ticket. This may not apply to all sectors, however.
Rent a Car
There are no ‘drive yourself’ rental cars available in Nepal, but you can easily hire cars with drivers.
It is quite popular to hire a car to Pokhara, Chitwan, and Lumbini. You can also rent a four-wheeler to get to trekking trail-heads such as Syaprubensi in Langtang and Besisahar in Annapurna and Jiri in Everest.
Nebula Travels with its own vehicular requisites and wide network throughout Nepal, Tibet, and India has been a reputed company to meet your needs. We are committed to providing problem-free vehicles to suit individuals as well as corporate as per the requirement of valued customers. We ensure that you have a good and reliable service experience during the whole term of the contract.
Hire a Car / Van / Bus
- Airport Pick Up / Drop
- Pokhara Drop
- Chitwan Drop
- Bardia Drop
- Bhairahawa Drop
- Nagarkot Drop
- Mountain Flight
- Lumbini Drop
- Car to Trail Head
- More other as per guest request
Domestic Air Ticket and Helicopters
Nepal has a fairly extensive domestic air network, served by half a dozen airlines, though only the flights to Pokhara, Meghauli (for Chitwan), Lukla, and Jomsom are much used by foreigners.
Residents and Nepali citizens pay approximately 35% of the tour price for domestic airfares. Airlines will accept payment from visitors only in hard currency.
All travelers are charged an insurance surcharge of US$2 per leg. Airfares quoted in this book include this surcharge. At the time of research, there was also a temporary fuel surcharge of between US$5 and US$9 per flight, which will continue as long as global fuel prices remain high.
The domestic terminal is the old Kathmandu airport, and its age shows. It can be a chaotic spot, mainly when flights are delayed and crowds of stressed tourists generate an escalating atmosphere of fear and loathing.
Check-in an hour early for domestic flights. Don’t carry pocketknives, gas cigarette lighters, matches, or even trekking poles in your carry-on luggage on any internal flights.
- Chandra Giri hills, Kathmandu
- Manakamana, Gorkha
In Kathmandu and Pokhara there are many bicycle-rental outlets, and this is a cheap and convenient way of getting around, particularly around the Kathmandu Valley. Regular bicycles cost around USD 8 per day to rent; an Indian or Chinese made mountain bike costs USD 10 from and an imported foreign bike costs around USD 15. Children’s bicycles can also be hired.
Transportation services in Nepal are widespread and less managed. Tourist bus services are one of the most preferred means of transportation for tourists. Tourist buses operate daily from Kathmandu to Pokhara and vice versa and Kathmandu to Chitwan and vice versa at a reasonable cost. Tourist bus services only transportation that operates on time in Nepal comparing to other public transportation.
There are two train lines from Janakpur, but only the service east to Jaynagar over the Indian border carries passenger traffic. They’re narrow-gauge trains and very slow, so they offer an interesting, if somewhat crowded, method of seeing the countryside. Note that tourists are not allowed to cross the border using the passenger train.